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Over the Monster Oct 19, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: Hanley Ramirez, Alex Cora, Craig Kimbrel

Daily Red Sox Links: Hanley Ramirez, Alex Cora, Craig Kimbrel

Today’s links look at Hanley Ramirez’ shoulder, the managerial search and some organizational minor-league awards. Alex Speier wonders if the Red Sox would be better off without Hanley Ramirez. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe) Ramirez just underwent surgery on his shoulder, and while he should be back for spring training it’s a factor worth considering heading into the offseason. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal) Rob Bradford thinks Monday could be the day the Red Sox pull the trigger on hiring a new manager. (Rob Bradford; WEEI) Speaking of which, they interviewed Ron Gardenhire on...
Over the Monster Oct 18, 2017
Eduardo Rodriguez undergoes knee surgery, will miss at least six months

Eduardo Rodriguez undergoes knee surgery, will miss at least six months

The Red Sox rotation depth looks a bit different now. The Red Sox have had some tough injury news already this winter, though most of it doesn’t seem overly serious. Hanley Ramirez underwent shoulder surgery, but he should be ready for spring training. Robby Scott also underwent surgery, but again it doesn’t seem like it’ll cause him to miss significant time. There is also the Dustin Pedroia knee issue, something we are still waiting to hear more on. As we wait for that, though, we got some fairly significant news from Eduardo Rodriguez. The young lefty underwent surgery on the knee...
Over the Monster Oct 18, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: Hanley Ramirez, Eduardo Rodriguez, Jalen Beeks

Daily Red Sox Links: Hanley Ramirez, Eduardo Rodriguez, Jalen Beeks

Both Hanley Ramirez and Eudardo Rodriguez had surgery while Jalen Beeks studies Jon Lester and Mariano Rivera. Part of the offseason plans of Hanley Ramirez and Eduardo Rodriguez included surgery, with Rodriguez undergoing a procedure on his right knee and Ramirez getting work on his left shoulder. (Matt Pepin; Boston.com) With the Ramirez surgery, the expected work for the Red Sox in free agency may have changed. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal) It appears there are three leading candidates for the Red Sox’s managerial opening. Let’s get to know them. (Peter Abraham; Boston...
MLB Daily Dish Oct 17, 2017
Red Sox’s Hanley Ramirez undergoes shoulder surgery

Red Sox’s Hanley Ramirez undergoes shoulder surgery

With Boston’s season complete, Hanley Ramirez underwent surgery to fix a nagging shoulder issue. Red Sox first baseman/DH Hanley Ramirez underwent left shoulder surgery on Monday morning, as Ramirez himself reported on Twitter. While the specifics of the procedure are unknown, it was relatively minor and was performed in order to fix a nagging issue, per Robert Murray of FanRag Sports. Ramirez, 33, had somewhat of an up-and-down 2017 season. He slashed a respectable .242/.320/.429 with 23 homers over 553 plate appearances, but his production dropped off rather substantially after the...
Over the Monster Oct 9, 2017
David Price’s performance in Game Four was incredible

David Price’s performance in Game Four was incredible

Obviously The Red Sox had a lot of things go right for them on Sunday and they had a number of players step up and give them the big win to keep the series alive. Hanley Ramirez was on fire at the plate, picking up four hits including a huge hit in the seventh to help start the big rally that broke the game open. Rafael Devers hit the massive home run in the third to give the Red Sox the lead in the first place. Joe Kelly was the first out of the bullpen, and though he got some major help from his defense he kept the Astros off the scoreboard and bridged the game into the fourth. Mookie...
Over the Monster Oct 9, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Hanley Ramirez, John Farrell

Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Hanley Ramirez, John Farrell

Today’s links look at some takeaways from Sunday’s huge win, David Price’s changing perception, and Rafael Devers’ youth. David Price has spent most of the year outside of a large section of the fan base’s good graces. That changed in a big way on Sunday. (Dan Shaughnessy; Boston Globe) The lefty, of course, has struggled in the postseason as a starter, but he made it clear after Sunday’s game that he believes he can and will succeed in that role. (Jen McCaffrey; Masslive) Chad Finn has a list of thoughts after Sunday’s win, but most importantly that this team doesn’t back...
Outside Pitch Oct 8, 2017

Boston Red Sox: Hanley Ramirez backs up his talk with big game

Hanley Ramirez told the fans to get loud. He wanted them to be behind the Boston Red Sox on Sunday. With them down 2-0 in a best-of-five series though, it’s easy to see why the fans weren’t too excited. That changed on Sunday though. Boston needed someone to step up big time on offense, and Hanley Ramirez […] The post Boston Red Sox: Hanley Ramirez backs up his talk with big game appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Outside Pitch Oct 6, 2017

Boston Red Sox: Hanley Ramirez brings some life to the lineup

The Boston Red Sox lost Eduardo Nunez after just one at-bat in the first game of the ALDS. While that’s clearly bad news, Hanley Ramirez tried to soften the blow by showing just how good he can be. Although his efforts didn’t lead to a win, having Hanley Ramirez go 2-for-3 with a double is a major […] The post Boston Red Sox: Hanley Ramirez brings some life to the lineup appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Fenway Nation Sep 30, 2017
Red Sox Nab Second Straight AL East Crown, Win, 6-3

Red Sox Nab Second Straight AL East Crown, Win, 6-3

It took 161 games, but your 2017 Carmine Hose pulled it off. For the first time in franchise history, the Red Sox are American League East Champions for the second consecutive season. Boston made sure that nothing The Bronx Embalmers did today mattered. Hanley Ramirez got the scoring started in the fourth inning on a ground single just past Jose Altuve. A second run came in the same inning on a double by rookie 3B Rafael Devers. In the fifth, Andrew Benintendi deliver a third run and then Mitch Moreland plated two more with a double. Capping off the scoring was a Mookie Betts solo HR (his...
Over the Monster Sep 29, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: Hanley Ramirez, Rajai Davis, Gordon Hayward

Daily Red Sox Links: Hanley Ramirez, Rajai Davis, Gordon Hayward

Today we try to forget about last night while Hanley is happy to be going to the playoffs, Davis is ready and a basketball player throws a first pitch. Hanley Ramirez has not had the best individual year, but he’s happy to be on a playoff team. (Christopher Smith; MassLive) In the playoffs, Ramirez will have a shot at making up for his less than stellar regular season. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe) Meanwhile, Rajai Davis is also gearing up for the postseason. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe) The pitching performance from the Red Sox has been miserable recently, which is a scary thought...
Fenway Nation Sep 28, 2017
Sox Cut Magic Number To 2, Bail Our Porcello, 10-7

Sox Cut Magic Number To 2, Bail Our Porcello, 10-7

The most important thing to come out of last night game is that the Red Sox are an inch closer to the division crown. Despite another lousy performance from Rick Porcello (5.2 innings, 5 ER), Boston's offense came off the mat to score nine runs in the first three innings. Monster shots by Hanley Ramirez (solo HR) and Xander Bogaerts (3-run HR) led the way in the eventual 10-7 win. Dustin Pedroia, Mitch Moreland (solo HR) and Rajai Davis each had two hits apiece. David Price was nasty in 1.1 innings of work—striking out three. Boston enjoys a three-game lead over The Bronx Embalmers with...
Over the Monster Sep 28, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: Mookie Betts, Hanley Ramirez, Jackie Bradley

Daily Red Sox Links: Mookie Betts, Hanley Ramirez, Jackie Bradley

Today’s links look at the Red Sox playoff rotation, the benefits of the tight division race, and an old friend’s son signing to play pro ball. As the Red Sox try to figure out the rest of their rotation, Evan Drellich argues that whoever doesn’t make the top four should still be on the playoff roster and could be the most important piece. (Evan Drellich; Masslive) Boston got more good news after their win on Wednesday as Mookie Betts says he’s ready to come back. (Rob Bradford; WEEI) Hanley Ramirez is starting to heat up a bit. Can he salvage his season in the playoffs? (Alex...
Outside Pitch Sep 28, 2017

Boston Red Sox: More power from Hanley Ramirez is crucial

The Boston Red Sox were given a majestic display from Hanley Ramirez on Wednesday. The slugger went 2-for-4 with a double and absolute monster of a home run. Sadly, those types of performances have been few and far between for Ramirez this year. A return of his power is crucial for the Red Sox though. Hanley Ramirez […] The post Boston Red Sox: More power from Hanley Ramirez is crucial appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Fenway Nation Sep 26, 2017
Injured Mookie Betts Not In Tonight's Sox Lineup

Injured Mookie Betts Not In Tonight's Sox Lineup

Here is tonight's Red Sox lineup: Xander Bogaerts SS, Chris Young RF, Andrew Benintendi LF, Hanley Ramirez DH, Sam Travis 1B, Rafael Devers 3B, Deven Marrero 2B, Sandy Leon C, Jackie Bradley, Jr. CF. On the mound tonight is LHP Chris Sale—who try to reduce the Magic Number to clinch the AL East down to at least two.
Over the Monster Sep 22, 2017
Red Sox at Reds lineup: Andrew Benintendi comes home

Red Sox at Reds lineup: Andrew Benintendi comes home

The playoffs are secure. The AL East lead is three. The magic number is eight. Let’s get it. A huge boo to the schedulemakers. The Reds? Bah! This isn’t 1975. Get these jokers out of my autumn baseball! (Votto, you can stay. Grab a jersey.) Rick Porcello starts against Sal Romano, whose uncle probably owns the pizza place down the road. No DH means no Hanley Ramirez, and Andrew Benintendi gets to do his thing in his hometown. Giddyup. Here are the full lineups:

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