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Column: Red Sox Already Won Brandon Workman Trade

Neither Nick Pivetta nor Connor Seabold have seen big league action since being traded to Boston. But have the Red Sox still won the trade already? Jordan Leandre thinks so, and tells us why here.

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Analyzing The Red Sox Deadline Trades

While the Red Sox did not make any drastic seller trades, they did however make a couple of moves. How did the Red Sox fare in these trades? Let’s find out!

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Report: Boston Red Sox Trade Brandon Workman, Heath Hembree

In a surprising move, the Red Sox trade relief pitchers Brandon Workman and Heath Hembree to the Philadelphia Phillies for right-handed pitchers Nick Pivetta and Connor Seabold.

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Leandre: The Red Sox Bullpen Has a Good Foundation

All year long, the biggest scapegoat for the Boston Red Sox struggles was their seemingly closer-less bullpen. In their first season without Craig Kimbrel since 2015, Boston’s bullpen mirrored that of their starting lineup in their first year sans David

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Leandre: Best Trade Target You’ve Never Heard of

Contrary to what statistics might tell you, the Boston Red Sox bullpen is far from intimidating to opposing lineups.

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Bold Predictions for Red Sox Spring Training

It’s officially time to leave 2018 in the rearview mirror, as with the start of Spring Training comes the beginning of the 2019 baseball season. Aside from Opening Day, Spring Training might be the only time during the season where

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Sox Grades Part 8: Bullpen

Brandon Workman- 2018 stat line: 41.1 IP, W-L 6-1, K/BB 37/16, 3.27 ERA, 0.9 WAR Jeremy: This was another one of the major disappointments for me this season. I had big aspirations for Brandon Workman, but he just never put

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The Red Sox Pitching Staff Remains the Anchor of the Squad

The Boston Red Sox pitching has been spectacular over the early portions of the season posting a team ERA of 3.43, ranking third best in the league. The Sox pitching have kept them in ballgames while the offense continues to

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Red Sox Notepad: April 6, 2017

The unveiling of Chris Sale was everything as advertised, but the bats didn’t do the prized offseason acquisition any favors. “I get nervous before every game,” Sale said. “Tonight was a little bit different [because] obviously it’s my first time pitching

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