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Series Round-Up: Pawtucket, Portland, and Greenville

Pawtucket Red Sox

It appears that the PawSox are on better footing now after the regular season opener loss to Lehigh Valley. They were able to take the rest of the series 2-1 much like their major league Boston Red Sox did against the Baltimore Orioles. 329 more words

Pawtucket Red Sox

Portland, Pawtucket Roster Highlights

On Tuesday, April 1st, the Portland Sea Dogs announced their 2014 roster featuring standout players from the 2013 season. Players include Mookie Betts, ace pitcher Henry Owens, Matt Spring, and Red Sox catcher of the future Blake Swihart. 178 more words

Pawtucket Red Sox

A Day At The Big Field

Greetings from Fort Myers!  After some serious trials and tribulations with my travel, I arrived around 3:30 am this morning (and my luggage arrived sometime after that).  294 more words

IL Preview: Pawtucket Red Sox

Like the Boston Red Sox, the Pawtucket Red Sox enjoyed a successful 2013 campaign. However, they fell one series short of becoming International League Champions. Pawtucket won the North Division after posting an 80-63 mark, they also defeated the Rochester Red Wings in a five game series to advance to the Governor’s Cup. 580 more words

Minor Cuts: Not so Minor Today, Players Cut from Spring Training Action

You know we are getting closer to regular season action as the Red Sox cuts keep on coming. Last week a few players were cut. Today 12 Red Sox minor leaguers were either reassigned to the Pawtucket team or minor league camp. 90 more words

Pawtucket Red Sox

First round of cuts

The Red Sox made their first round of cuts today, sending several of the organization’s best prospects back to Minor League camp.

Right-handed pitchers Anthony Ranaudo and Alex Wilson, infielder Garin Cecchini, and outfielders Bryce Brentz and Alex Hassan were optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket. 193 more words

Dailies

Minor Cuts March 8-11th Spring Training Standouts

Over the last few days, the Red Sox played four Spring Training games. While their have been some games filled with poor defensive activity, the bright prospect powerhouses shined offensively. 539 more words

Spring Training