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Where to Go Now?

By designating AJ Pierzynski for assignment today, the Red Sox unofficially announced what many fans had figured out for some time now: they aren’t contenders in 2014. They are throwing in the towel. Waving the white flag. Call it what … Continue reading

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Three Sox rehab in Pawtucket

With a Friday night rainout spoiling plans in Pawtucket, Saturday’s PawSox lineup featured three rehabbing members of the Boston Red Sox. Game one of a doubleheader at McCoy Stadium saw Clay Buchholz (knee), Shane Victorino (hamstring), and Will Middlebrooks (finger) … Continue reading

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Pitching depth a strength for Sox

The saying goes “You can never have too much pitching,” and time and time again this theory has proven true. Just think back to the Bronson Arroyo – Willy Mo Pena trade if you need convincing. Even a season ago, … Continue reading

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Veterans, youth ready to shine in Sox Infield

Spring Training games started this week around Major League Baseball, another milestone for fans and another sign that the regular season is fast approaching. Last week I took a look at the Red Sox outfield situation, and there was some … Continue reading

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Versatile Sox OF good without Ellsbury

As the Red Sox enter 2014 as defending Champions, this team is different from the team that won it all last season. With the season approaching rapidly, I will take a look at what the team has done in the … Continue reading

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Red Sox: 5 things we’ve learned in the first half

by EDDIE PANNONE What a first half it has been for the Boston Red Sox. With expectations for 2013 low for the first time in years, the team has responded by recording the most wins in baseball (58) before the … Continue reading

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Salem Red Sox fall 8-1 to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans in rain-shortened affair

By Cameron Merritt MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.– The division-leading Myrtle Beach Pelicans, an affiliate of the Texas Rangers, made easy work of the Salem Red Sox on July 1 in a six-inning 8-1 win, the first meeting of the two in the … Continue reading

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Bogaerts impresses in Triple-A debut

by EDDIE PANNONE PAWTUCKET, R.I. — He’s here! It was expected that at some point in 2013, Red Sox top prospect Xander Bogaerts would be promoted from the Portland Sea Dogs to the Pawtucket Red Sox. With now former PawSox … Continue reading

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Boston, New York stay strong together

Welcome guest columnist Brian Danuff as he brings us this great commentary on the Boston/New York rivalry, also remembering the Boston Marathon tragedy one month to the day: December 26, 1919 is a date not too many people remember. That … Continue reading

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RED SOX: All Pieces Falling into Place in April

BY TIM SCOTT A far cry from the dread and weariness of the 2012 season, the Boston Red Sox have come together as a team, and have produced at a higher level throughout their first 23 games. Entering Saturday’s game … Continue reading

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