Tag "Boston Red Sox"

Nathan Eovaldi Has Been On A Roll

Over the last two weeks, the Red Sox rotation has struggled. Since June 1, they have posted a 4.97 ERA. However, during that stretch, their Opening Day starter Nathan Eovaldi has been one of the few consistent arms.

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Kaleb Ort has Dominated in Worcester

So far this season, the Worcester Woosox have been watched closely. The Boston Red Sox Triple affiliate has some of the Red Sox’s top prospects inching closer to the majors. One player, however, who has stood out this season is Kaleb Ort.

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Franchy Cordero is Showing Improvement in Worcester

After a slow start to the season, Franchy Cordero has found his swing in Triple-A. The twenty-six-year-old began the season in the majors but hit .179 in 34 games. Since being sent down, however, he has looked like a different player and showed the tools that made him a key piece in the Benintendi deal.

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Fatal Flaws – American League Contenders

As of Tuesday, June 8, it appears that there are eight legitimate contenders in the American League. We will take a quick look at each and speculate on what weakness could be their downfall.

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Boston Red Sox Draft Target: Jordan Lawlar

With the MLB Draft five weeks away, the Boston Red Sox will soon add more talent to their minor league system. Over the last few months, Boston has been tied to multiple players including, Jack Leiter, Brady House, and Marcelo Mayer.

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Dorcas Diamond Picks: Saturday, June 5 2021

Happy weekend to everyone. We are back at it with more analysis for another full Saturday of Major League Baseball. Our focus today will be on a couple of nightcaps that are sure to get plenty of attention.

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MLB Top Prospect Update: AL East

Prior to the season, several of our writers came out with top-five prospect rankings for each team. We will be running down each of them, how they have done so far, and whether their stock has risen or dropped at all. Let’s start with the AL East.

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AL East Monthly Recap

The American League East division saw a wild change of expectations in April, leading us to expect a coming together in May. As the month concludes, we saw teams play more like what we expected, but the Red Sox remained good. With the Yankees on a wild roller coaster ride and the Orioles looking like the Orioles we know and love, June will be another interesting one in the AL East.

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The Squeeze: Episode 7 | Scott Kazmir and the Odd Team Out in the AL East

The Squeeze returns to look at Scott Kazmir returning to Major League Baseball. Tyler and Logan also break down the odd team out in the AL East with May baseball coming to a close. Check us out on our socials: 

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Triston Casas is Making a Good First Impression in Portland

After getting off to a 1-14 start, Triston Casas has been tearing the cover off the ball. The Boston Red Sox No. 1 prospect had a six RBI night on May 12 and is playing the best baseball of his professional career.

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