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Boston Red Sox send down OF Daniel Nava, call up RP Alex Wilson

Needing a fresh arm to bolster a tiring bullpen that has thrown eleven innings over the past two days, the Boston Red Sox have recalled right-hander Alex Wilson from Triple-A Pawtucket. 508 more words


Red Sox demote Daniel Nava to the minors

Daniel Nava was one of the Red Sox’s best hitters last season, batting .303 with 12 homers, a .385 on-base percentage, and an .831 OPS in 134 games, but he’s off to a 10-for-67 (.149) start this year and Alex Speier of WEEI.com… 135 more words

Jacoby Ellsbury makes triumphant return to Fenway Park in Yankees win

After nine years, 3,200-plus plate appearances and two World Series titles with the Red Sox, Jacoby Ellsbury returned to Boston as a villain. On Tuesday night, Ellsbury dug into the batters box at Fenway Park wearing the road grays of the New York Yankees, earning a healthy round of boos from Red Sox fans as the two teams opened a three-game series. 733 more words


Grady Sizemore Is A Bright Spot In The Red Sox Offense

This offseason the Boston Red Sox made the move to sign former all-star Grady Sizemore after he had been out of baseball for 2 seasons battling injuries as he tried to get his health right. 372 more words


Shane Victorino to begin minor league rehab assignment Saturday

Shane Victorino was placed on the disabled list at the end of spring training with a left hamstring strain and had his return briefly delayed due to a bout of the flu, but he’s finally getting closer to making his season debut. 145 more words

What's Wrong With the Sox?

Buster Olney of ESPN called it “one of the most interesting regular-season games you will ever see.” I’d have to agree with him. I lost count a long time ago of how many Red Sox games I’ve been to in person, but I’ve certainly never seen another with as many crazy twists as last night’s in New York.  1,891 more words

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Sizemore repaying Red Sox for chance at MLB comeback

Quick on his feet, bat speed, a willingness to sacrifice his body for that extra base or catch.

Grady Sizemore has only played for two teams in his MLB career, and this is how his style of play was described for the first. 781 more words