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Aren't You Glad The Sox Passed On Frazier And Promoted Devers?

With the Yankees coming into Boston, mid-August and both teams looking primed for the playoffs, the rivalry is looking like it’s officially back… Finally. OK, let’s not get too carried away, we most likely won’t see players charging the mound, getting their face shoved in by a catcher’s glove, or have benches clearing brawls, but at least both teams are competitive at the same time again. 735 more words


Time to Make the Donuts: Rafael Devers Goes Deep Twice Last Night

So in what is becoming a recurring theme around here, Rafael Devers is still absolutely raking and has helped save this team from the crater sized hole the goddamn Panda left at third base. 113 more words


I Am Officially Spooked About Dustin Pedroia's Knee

NESN – For the second time this month, Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia has been placed on the 10-day disabled list with left knee inflammation. 452 more words


The Unlikeliest Spark Plug: Eduardo Nunez

When the Red Sox acquired Eduardo Nunez from the Giants on July 25th, it was a move viewed by many as quite simply not enough. By adding Nunez to an already struggling lineup, it seemed that Dombrowski was being naive in trusting his core of players to produce when many fans and media alike were clamoring for a big bat and instead opting for a player that has been viewed as a utility type his entire career. 423 more words


Doug Fister Settling In Nicely to Red Sox Rotation

The Boston Red Sox have won six consecutive games including a four-game sweep of the Chicago White Sox to wrap up a fantastic week of baseball for the first place team in the… 899 more words


Red Sox Prospect Roundup: The Top of the Pyramid

With every good organization, there is the minor league system full of game changing players for years to come. Whether they stay in the organization all the way to their call up or become trade chips that benefit the “win now” attitude. 441 more words


Red Sox adquisiciones a la fecha límite pt. 1

            Al entrar en la fecha tope, los Medias Rojas estaba en primer lugar, sin embargo, había huecos muy obvios en el este equipo. Estaba claro que necesitaba añadir unas partes: el toletero, apoyo en la diamante, y un relevista para emparejar con el cerrador, Craig Kimbrel. 311 more words

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