Tag "Boston Red Sox"

Prime Time Sports Talk Exclusive: A Chat With Mitch Moreland

Boston Red Sox first baseman Mitch Moreland discusses with Prime Time Sports Talk’s Sam Gordon about life without David Ortiz and what his outlook is on the 2017 campaign.

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Report: Chris Sale Likely to Be Suspended

Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale could be looking at some time off for throwing behind Baltimore Orioles third baseman Manny Machado in the first inning of yesterday’s game, according to Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal. Just spoke with MLB chief

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What Happened in the Cubs-Red Sox Series

The struggling bats of the Boston Red Sox lineup woke up in the rubber match against the defending World Series Champions Chicago Cubs. Kris Bryant hit a 422-foot moonshot over the Green Monster in his first at-bat at Fenway Park

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Poll: What/Who Has Disappointed You the Most Thus Far?

After a offseason filled with mostly optimism, the Boston Red Sox sit at 12-11 through 23 games thus far. If anything, what/who has you most disappointed? Please note, I am not hitting the panic buttom. However, something isn’t right.

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Sale Continues to Shine; Big Papi Sorely Missed in Lineup

Another quality start out of Chris Sale waisted as the Boston Red Sox failed score any runs in a 3-0 shutout loss to the New York Yankees Thursday night.  Sale has looked nothing short of spectacular posting a 1.19 ERA and

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Has Hanley Ramirez Turned Into a Liability?

Are you sick of Hanley Ramirez yet? If the answer is no, then what team are you watching on television because it sure isn’t the Boston Red Sox, that’s for sure. Ramirez, who is in the third season of a

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This Homestand Is Sure to Test the Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox sit in the middle of the AL East with a record of 11-9 and have a tough schedule starting them down.  They finish play with the New York Yankees tonight, welcome the Chicago Cubs for three

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Make “The Rivalry” Great Again

It has now been 13 years since the Boston Red Sox came back from being down three games to none in the 2004 American League Championship Series against the New York Yankees, but since then “the rivalry” hasn’t been the

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Red Sox, Orioles Set to Meet Again May 1

Whether Matt Barnes threw intentionally at Manny Machado’s head or not, we will never know. Even his teammate, Dustin Pedroia, knew that is not the proper way to handle the situation. This occurred Friday night during the first game of

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Betts’ Strikeout Streak Ends

They say all good things have to come to an end. For Boston Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts, that was the case Wednesday evening in Toronto. On the fifth pitch of a 2-2 count, Betts swung and missed at

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