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Roche: So Far, So Good For 2016 Red Sox ... With Room To Improve

BOSTON (CBS) — Yes, they’ve allowed an alarming number of runs this season (almost five per game average this season). Yes, their bullpen has been tested early and often due to some shaky starting pitching. 928 more words


Has The Ferrari Gone On Its Final Ride In Boston?

By Johnny Carey, CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — Pablo Sandoval has injured his shoulder – He hasn’t taken an MRI, but that’s what the injury report says. 867 more words


Stop the insanity!!

Since when did Travis Shaw become the second coming of Mike Schmidt?  Or George Brett?  Or Wade Boggs?  Or…you get the point.

The latest hot topic in Red Sox camp is whether Shaw is going to steal the third base job from Pablo Sandoval.   683 more words

Avila Settling In As GM And Putting His Stamp On Tigers

NOAH TRISTER, AP Baseball Writer

LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) — When Al Avila first started working in a major league front office, he wasn’t sure the lifestyle was for him. 810 more words


Red Sox Leaning Away From Analytics, Emphasizing Scouting?

John Henry’s declaration that the Red Sox have relied too much on analytics in recent years has made for interesting sports radio fodder, but does the Red Sox owner really mean what he says? 550 more words

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The (David) Price Is Right

New Red Sox president/GM/baseball czar Dave Dombrowski is bold, decisive, and clearly the man running the show.  By signing left-handed ace David Price to a seven-year, $217 million contract, Dombrowski was able to persuade owner John Henry to make a complete philosophical change in how to build a baseball team while laying the groundwork for the next Red Sox championship run.   474 more words

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