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Posted 07/29/2014 10:45:57 EDT
I'm surprised it took someone this long to realize the similarity between the way the club low-balled Clemens and Lester.
Posted 05/26/2014 07:10:50 EDT
I've deleted my bookmark to this site, because boston.com.
Posted 05/21/2014 09:33:42 EDT
Why was Ross batting? He has a .167 AVG against LHP and against RHP. Even though his OBP and SLG is better against LHP, he still only gets hits one-sixth of the time.
Posted 05/17/2014 05:24:56 EDT
I cannot believe that you spent money for this redesign. It is one of the worst sites that I have ever encountered.
Posted 03/15/2014 08:58:43 EDT
If he is that unhappy with his contract and the pressure of being "the Man", he could retire.
Posted 03/10/2014 08:50:46 EDT
About 50 years ago, during my first assignment in the USAF, it was learned that I loved baseball and knew the game, so I was asked if I wanted to be official scorer at Little League games on base. Wow more »
Posted 03/07/2014 08:21:57 EST
Miami has a good point; the Red Sox did not come remotely close to meeting MLB requirements. As for Miami raising ticket prices. Why not? They certainly stood a chance of selling out at a higher price more »
Posted 01/28/2014 06:56:22 EST
While I deplore the circumstances, I have long felt it was time to break up the Remy-Orsillo fun show and go with announcers whose primary goal is to broadcast the games. NESN has a responsibility in more »
Posted 01/08/2014 12:02:41 EST
Amphetamine was discovered before 1900 and the first pharmaceutical amphetamine was Benzidrine in 1933. Ball players have been using bennies for a long time. Even today, they get around the imposed re more »
Posted 11/22/2013 05:06:19 EST
I'd rather have Ellsbury.
Posted 11/07/2013 07:27:06 EST
I thought the Red Sox were now supposed to be committed to building from within? They strip their farm system for Stanton, then find that Pedroia doesn't bounce back from his thumb operation, Buchholz more »
Posted 10/27/2013 07:25:38 EDT
It is strange that umpires know one "obscure" rule but not another. The batter before this platy. Beltran, was awarded first base for being hit by a pitch that he made absolutely no effort to avoid. R more »
Posted 08/19/2013 03:27:35 EDT
I don't understand why Dempster was not immediately ejected. I also do not understand why the official scorer gave Pedroia a hit on an infield grounder where he was out by three steps if the shortstop more »
Posted 08/09/2013 09:04:28 EDT
Posted 08/06/2013 07:16:13 EDT
To thirtysomething--Given that Napoli is 21 for 115 (.183) with runners in scoring position, excluding bases loaded situations, he hasn't done a lot that counted in them.
Posted 08/06/2013 04:34:06 EDT
Napoli is 7 for 15 and 20 RBI with the bases loaded. If you take that away from his batting with RISP, he would be hitting .183 with 31 RBI in those situations. In other words, he ain't done anywhere more »
Posted 08/06/2013 04:23:05 EDT
I was going to point out that Napoli left 6 runners on last night and Drew left three on. A timely hit, or two, from either of them and Lackey (3.33 runs per game support) gets the win.
Posted 08/01/2013 10:01:07 EDT
Gee, I thought Workman was plenty promising as a starter (Game Scores of 65/52/64) and I think I prefer him to Dempster in that spot.
Posted 07/15/2013 01:59:47 EDT
Quote: "Workman retired the first 18 batters in order. The only blemish was a walk to John Jaso in the fourth inning." It is very difficult to get a double play in a stretch of 18 batters retired in o more »
Posted 07/15/2013 06:26:02 EDT
How can you retire the first 18 batters in order, yet walk a batter in the fourth inning?
Posted 06/06/2013 09:44:30 EDT
"How many of you watched the Sox score 17 runs on Tuesday and thought they would probably score two on Wednesday? That's baseball for you." Prior to this season the Red Sox franchise has had 156 games more »
Posted 05/15/2013 06:53:28 EDT
Quote from the article: "Top 7th: Rays 5, Red Sox 3 - Joe Maddon keeps saying that sooner or later his bullpen will be the best in baseball. Not quite there yet. The Red Sox rallied off hard-throwing more »
Posted 03/26/2013 02:55:57 EDT
Ted Cox, who was called up by the Red Sox in 1977, probably remembers his first six at bats (7 PA) when he went single, walk, single, single, double on Spetember 18 and followed that with singles in h more »
Posted 03/17/2013 09:08:00 EDT
Iglesias: 6 exbh to go with 3 singles.
Posted 03/15/2013 09:04:02 EDT
Iglesias has also had two stints in the Arizona Fall League, adding another 136 PA to his resume. His first one came in 2009 and he actually hit reasonably well: .275/.324/.420/.745. In his second swi more »
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