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Kiley brings us video of one of the top prospects in the Red Sox organization, righty Allen Webster.
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Mariano Rivera has jogged from the
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career. He's probably never been greeted like he was by the rival Red Sox fans
(USATSI Photo)The Red Sox announced two major developments among their pitching corps: 1.) Andrew Bailey is done for the year, electing to have shoulder surgery on Wednesday; and 2.) Clay Buchholz will travel to Florida today to get a second opinion from renowned arm guru Dr. James Andrews. Bailey will be out at least 12 months—depending on the extent of his surgery and its anybody...
Andrew Bailey‘s season is over.
Bailey will undergo right shoulder surgery in New York on Wednesday, and he will miss the remainder of the 2013 season. Orthopedic surgeon David Altchek will perform the procedure.
Bailey, who was placed on the disabled list Friday, has a torn labrum and a torn capsule. The reliever said after being placed on the shelf Friday that surgery was definitely...
Last week belonged to the pitchers in the Red Sox minor league system.
Two of the Red Sox’ top prospects on the mound, Matt Barnes and Henry Owens, each turned in impressive outings for their respective teams.
Owens was the most impressive, as he threw six innings of no-hit ball on July 17. His performance was part of a combined no-no for the Salem Red Sox. He then went on to pitch...
Boston Red Sox Daily Links WEEI: http://fullcount.weei.com/sports/boston/baseball/red-sox/2013/07/22/flashback-why-clay-buchholz-offers-a-silver-lining-to-allen-webster/ Allen Webster got knocked out of his last appearance in AAA in the second inning, but he isn't the only prospect the Sox have had that has had some issues. http://fullcount.weei.com/sports/boston/baseball...
There are few greater sounds in the world for Red Sox fans than the first few chords of “Dirty Water” by The Standells. The beginning of that sound, played after every Sox win at Fenway Park, sounds even better when it’s accompanied by deafening applause brought on by a walk-off win.
There’s been plenty of that at Fenway this season, as the Red Sox have nine walk-off wins...
Red Sox righthander Clay Buchholz was in Gulf Breeze, Fla., today to meet with Dr. James Andrews. The verdict? Dr. Andrews agrees with the Red Sox that Buchholz has only inflammation in the bursa sac of his shoulder and can pitch without fear of further injury.
“Clay comes back, I think, with a little bit more peace of mind and he’ll continue on the throwing program that’s...
After six weeks of false hope and maddening disappointment, Clay Buchholz will turn to the foremost authority on shoulder injuries to determine exactly what is causing his right shoulder to keep flaring.
Today, Buchholz has an appointment with Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Fla.
It usually is an ominous sign whenever a pitcher meets with Andrews. But Buchholz’ trip comes at the...
Sunday was supposed to be Jon Lester‘s turn in the Red Sox rotation, but his first start since the All-Star break was pushed back until Tuesday night in order to give the lefty some more time off.
Instead, it will be Ryan Dempster on the mound for Boston, as the team tries to take the rubber match of a three-game series against the Yankees.
Dempster is 5-8 this season with a...
Taking over the tradition from Josh Beckett, Boston Red Sox SP Clay Buchholz hosted the Inaugural Buchholz Bowl on July 18, 2013.
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While the Boston Red Sox sit atop the AL East, they will have to hold off one of baseball's hottest teams over the next four days in order to maintain their lead.
The visiting Tampa Bay Rays try to keep rolling in Monday night's series opener against the Red Sox.
Tampa Bay (58-41) has outscored opponents 94-44 in going a major league-best 17-2 since June 29, climbing to...
Yankees backstop Chris Stewart dives into the stands, catches a foul popup and fires to second base, nabbing Red Sox Daniel Nava for a terrifically stupid double play.
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Note: Pitching matchups are subject to change
Monday, July 22 @ 7:10 PM
Matt Moore, LHP (13-3, 3.44) vs Brandon Workman, RHP (0-0, 5.40)
TV: NESN, MLB.tv
Radio: Red Sox Radio Network, MLB Gameday Audio
Tuesday, July 23 @ 7:10 PM
Roberto Hernandez, RHP (5-10, 4.90) vs Jon Lester, LHP (8-6, 4.58)
TV: NESN, MLB.tv
Radio: Red Sox Radio Network, MLB Gameday...
It’s always a good feeling to top the Yankees, and the Red Sox did just that win walkoff fashion Sunday night.
In all the excitement, it might be easy to forget that the next series may be even more important for the Sox. Starting Monday night, the Sox play a four-game set against the Tampa Bay Rays, and that series could be the turning point of the season.
NESN Nation’s Alison...
The events of this week make now the ideal time–as though there could ever be a bad time–to re-live the magic of Game 4 of the 2004 ALCS.
It’s a Red Sox-Yankees weekend in Fenway Park coming off a week in which former Boston pitcher Derek Lowe retired. While Lowe is best remembered for winning the clinching game of all three postseason series in 2004, he’s less remembered...