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  • Posted 03/14/2014 05:25:20 EDT

    In response to seannybboi's comment:

    Pedroia WILL NOT play SS even in case of of emergency. 




    and why not for a few innings

  • Posted 03/14/2014 05:24:24 EDT

    In response to tomnev's comment: In response to seannybboi's comment: I think Britton could win the job over Miller.  I can see Coco making the team with Breslow needs some time.  Capuano, Badenhop, B more »

  • Posted 03/13/2014 07:56:07 EDT

        Now for the 13 position players.  AJ and Ross catching, Papi, the DH, Napoli and Pedroia on the right side.  Boegarts is sticking and it looks like Middlebrooks is going to be the third baseman fo more »

  • Posted 03/13/2014 07:41:25 EDT

    There hasn’t been a whole lot of drama as far as roster battles are concerned, but with a little more than two weeks to go the Sox have decisions on who comes north at least to start the season.   P more »

  • Forum Post: Perkins

    Posted 01/12/2013 08:50:13 EST

    For all of the moaning we have done over the past couple of years ragrding his trade to OKC, he hasn't exactly lit it up over there. Some interesting stats   In 24.5 minutes, he averages 5.7 rebounds more »

  • Posted 12/07/2012 10:21:20 EST

    I love how some people just live to be miserable.  This is the Boston way.  Whatever move one of our teams make, there are these cascades of negativity.  It doesn't matter whether its the RS, Pats Cel more »

  • Forum Post: Roster questions

    Posted 12/07/2012 10:01:44 EST

    In response to Beantowne's comment: Great post...the answer to your query is the roster is still somewhat fluid my guess is that some will start the year in pawtucket while other likely will be traded more »

  • Forum Post: Roster questions

    Posted 12/07/2012 09:56:45 EST

    In response to southpaw777's comment: Iggy can also be send to AAA in 2013 to free up a spot as well as Lavarnway. Both are very possible. At some point, they have to see what Iglesias can do in the m more »

  • Forum Post: Roster questions

    Posted 12/07/2012 09:49:16 EST

    In response to carnie's comment: As of right now, I'd say that Nava, Kalish, Lavarnaway, Melancon and Bard are all candidates to start the year in Pawtucket. If they add more players, that would proba more »

  • Forum Post: Roster questions

    Posted 12/06/2012 05:01:29 EST

    Yes it's early and there are moves to be made, but I find it interesting that people want to keep adding at this position and that position. And to impro0ve the team that makes a lot of sense.  But nu more »

  • Forum Post: Werth it?

    Posted 10/12/2012 11:09:26 EDT

    Let the whining begin.  So by the time Werth passed second base yesterday on his way home, I could hear people say we could have had him and should have gotten him, then we wouldn't have  been saddled more »

  • Posted 10/04/2012 10:35:49 EDT

    Looked at it and as always, you never know who will be the surpise good or bad teams. remember when people saidid how can they lose to Oakland.  Oakland sucks!!!  Tell that to the Rangers.  They get r more »

  • Posted 10/04/2012 10:21:41 EDT

    I like that people are not freaking out and that there is a realization that this is not getting turned around in a year.  That using their newfound "wealth" would be showing that they did not learn a more »

  • Posted 10/04/2012 10:04:42 EDT

    In response to GoUconn13's comment: Lester, Bucholtz, Droubmont, Lackey (suprised that you all forgot about him), Morales, Melancon, Bailey, Beato, Breslow, Morales, and Tawaza will all more likely to more »

  • Posted 10/04/2012 09:57:14 EDT

    In response to southpaw777's comment: In response to natepioneer1's comment:  I like your assessment.  Buch pitched 189 innings and had 29 starts.  That's pretty healthy.  and he is only going to be 2 more »

  • Posted 10/04/2012 01:38:52 EDT

    Got curious and I decided to look at the pitchers (obviously not a pretty picture. While I realize that statistics are not the be all and end all, I have often looked at hits and innings pitched.  Cle more »

  • Forum Post: It's one loss

    Posted 04/06/2012 09:19:27 EDT

    Maybe you are looking at the wrong level of the bridge. The weekend is not over yet and with the offday, I'll bet some are warming up their cars to get there.  In Response to Re: It's one loss: I don' more »

  • Forum Post: It's one loss

    Posted 04/06/2012 09:16:15 EDT

    Ominous seems to be a bit much after one game.  Lot's of little things happened in the 8th and 9th.  They may get worse as time goes on or thyey might work themselves out.  Assuming they don't there w more »

  • Forum Post: It's one loss

    Posted 04/06/2012 08:21:25 EDT

    Well, wasn't this predictable.  One loss and the sky is falling.  Of course, it is easy to look at this and say the bullpen is going to be a disaster and it is possible that it will be, but after one more »

  • Forum Post: Doubront

    Posted 04/04/2012 03:09:19 EDT

    I for one am intrigued by his opporuntity to make some impact.  When some talked about the rotation, they went with the top three and then say they had no idea after that.  Some still take that tack.  more »

  • Forum Post: Rotation thoughts

    Posted 03/08/2012 04:37:26 EST

    I agree with a lot of this.  Thus why I think Padilla might have the inside track, if he is merely decent, like Garcia and Colon were last year.  I say Doubront amkes the team and is the long relief g more »

  • Posted 03/08/2012 04:25:39 EST

    That will be interesting to watch how it is handled. In Response to Re: Who would you like to see as the fifth starter in the Red Sox rotation.: In Response to Re: Who would you like to see as the fif more »

  • Posted 03/08/2012 04:24:03 EST

    Don't think it will be a straight platoon, so I think it will be more 50-50, maybe even Ross more more »

  • Posted 03/08/2012 02:49:24 EST

    Assuming Oswalt even wants to go a full season and if would go to Boston, how much more is going to bring to the table than a Padilla or Cook or Matsuzaka and at what cost. I comapre this to the RH RF more »

  • Posted 03/08/2012 02:43:49 EST

     i agree.  Let's see if Salty is the answer.  At 26 he is at the same age as Varitek when he broke through.  if he can get the average up into the 250s or 260s, he could be the guy.  Given that he hit more »

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