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MLB Injury News:
Boston Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino, who left Saturday's game with a left hamstring injury, was not in the lineup Sunday.
As reported by Ian Browne of MLB.com,
"He felt better when he came in today, particularly after the treatment
he received here today," said manager John Farrell, "but he's day to day
Victorino plays aggressively, which has contributed to his nagging leg and back injuries he's had most of this season. As long as Victorino is out of the lineup, Daniel Nava should get the bulk of the playing time in right field.
Victorino, who is a career .276 hitter with 93 home runs and 210 stolen bases, is batting .285 with 3 home runs, 21 runs batted in, and 9 stolen bases, in 59 games.
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During Saturday’s game against the Angels, Red Sox left-handed reliever Andrew Miller was pulled with an injured left foot, unable to walk off without assistance. Today, news has come down that Miller had sustained significant damage to the ligament in his foot, and would have season-ending surgery.
Make no mistake; while Miller may not be a big-name star...
(Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)Everyone will focus on the bullpen meltdown in analyzing Boston's most devastating loss of the season, 9-7 in 11 innings last night. With two outs in the ninth, Alex Wilson and Koji Uehara could not protect a four-run lead. That said, it was the countless missed scoring opportunities early in the game that should have turned this into a laugher for...
Just when it seemed like the Red Sox were finally out of the woods when it came to reliever questions, a dark cloud settled back over the bullpen.
Reliever Andrew Miller will undergo a season-ending foot surgery to repair ligament damage in his left foot, leaving Boston with Craig Breslow as the only left-handed reliever on the roster. Sox general manager Ben Cherington talked with...
Last year, the Red Sox all wore No. 6 for a day in honor of the late Johnny Pesky. Now, The Jimmy Fund if giving people a chance to win one of those jerseys — autographed by a current Red Sox player.
Beginning July 8 and continuing through Aug. 16, anyone who makes a donation of $60 or more to The Jimmy Fund will be automatically entered to win one of six No. 6 jerseys. The players...
Jarrod Saltalamacchia has come a long way behind the plate. “Salty” isn’t among the elite at his position, but he’s developed into a solid defensive catcher. He is certainly among the most cerebral. Once looked at as an offense-first backstop, he is playing a key role in the success of a Boston Red Sox pitching staff that is exceeding expectations.
Originally a first-round...
Boston Red Sox players Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Clay Buchholz, Andrew Miller and Dustin Pedroia campaign for Koji Uehara to win the Final Vote and make the 2013 AL All-Star Team.
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It’s no secret that the Red Sox are hot right now. They own the best record in the American League and the second best in MLB with 54 wins.
That’s why the Angels’ pitching choice for Saturday night’s late-night matchup is so interesting — the west coast team could be setting themselves up for failure.
NESN Nation’s Alison Smith breaks down why that is in the above video...
Jon Lester was roughed for five runs and the Boston Red Sox bullpen allowed another six in an 11-4 to the Seattle Mariners on Monday night at Safeco Field in Seattle, WA.
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Game 91: Sox lose a laugher 11-4
Ugh. It's just not getting any better for Jon Lester in 2013. Lester went 5+ innings, giving up five runs on nine hits in the loss to the Seattle Mariners. His ERA stands at a bloated 4.60. While many of the Red Sox starters are getting better, the former ace is getting worse. Yes, he was squeezed a bit by...
The stage was set perfectly for the Red Sox to show America that they are indeed the best team in baseball, the Sunday Night game on ESPN. Its the game that everyone that is a baseball fan watches, and the Sox came out flat, getting only 5 hits in 9 innings, scoring 0 runs. Lackey pitched well, a good showing from him back in his old stomping grounds...
I hate Red Sox West Coast road trips. Like, I really, seriously LOATHE West Coast road trips. I’m one of those people who’s really finicky about my sleep schedule, to the point that I’ll ditch my friends to go home and sleep. But as you all know by now, I’m also extremely serious about the Red Sox, and I’m willing to sacrifice a consistent sleep schedule for a few days...
There are inevitably going to be a lot of rumors leading up to the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline, and this one is rather vague. It’s still worth passing along, though, as it gives an indication of what the Red Sox might be looking for while trying to improve their roster.
According to ESPN’s Buster Olney, the Red Sox are open to “possible trade-market upgrades” in the...
Note: Pitching matchups are subject to change
Monday, July 8 @ 10:10 PM
Jon Lester, LHP (8-4, 4.41) vs Felix Hernandez, RHP (8-4, 2.69)
TV: NESN, MLB.tv
Radio: Red Sox Radio Network, MLB Gameday Audio
Tuesday, July 9 @ 10:10 PM
Allen Webster, RHP (1-2, 7.88) vs Hisashi Iwakuma, RHP (7-4, 2.60)
TV: NESN, MLB.tv
Radio: Red Sox Radio Network, MLB Gameday...
Okay Boston Red Sox fans, it's that time once again where we need to get one of our own to the All-Star Game.
Our closer, Koji Uehara, has been selected for the 2013 MLB All-Star Game Final Vote and needs our help to join David Ortiz, Clay Buchholz and Dustin Pedroia at the game.
There is no limit on how many times you can vote, so do #votekoji whenever you can. I'...
I missed the first eight and a half innings of tonight’s game because I was in class: graduate school started yesterday and we’ve hit the ground running. Of course, I surreptitiously monitored the progress of the Red Sox as consistently as possible, and was thrilled every time I checked in by the excellent start from John Lackey.
You can’t script it any better than this: the...