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MLB investigating Red Sox leaks

MLB has come out and said they will investigate the seemingly high number of leaks regarding the waiver wire deals the Red Sox made throughout the month of August. 

Jarrod Saltalamacchia Bounces Back From Back Spasms, Plans to Battle Through Inflammation and Stiffness

BOSTON -- Jarrod Saltalamacchia rejoined the Red Sox lineup Wednesday night. After experiencing back spasms on Sept. 7, the catcher missed the last three games to recover. Although the injury caught Saltalamacchia off guard, he insisted there were no major concerns. "They didn't see it regressing at all if I go out there and play," Saltalamacchia said. "I just...

Daisuke Matsuzaka, Felix Doubront to Stay in the Red Sox Rotation Despite Recent Struggles

BOSTON –– Daisuke Matsuzaka lives to see another start in the Red Sox rotation. After the pitcher surrendered five runs through 1 1/3 innings against the Blue Jays, Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine said he was contemplating replacing Matsuzaka with Alfredo Aceves in the starting staff. That won't be the case. Before Tuesday's series-opener against the Yankees, Valentine...

Junichi Tazawa Has Evolved Into Reliable Reliever After Long Road From Tommy John Surgery

BOSTON -- Junichi Tazawa just wanted his health back. After missing the 2010 season and the majority of 2011 -- as a result of Tommy John surgery -- Tazawa entered spring training this season hoping to last a full year without any setbacks. He's received his wish and much more. Despite a few trips between Boston and Pawtucket, Tazawa has developed into a key piece of the Red...

David Ortiz on improving the Red Sox, starting with himself

WEEI's Rob Bradford talked with David Ortiz, who is still rehabbing his Achilles tendon. Guess what? Papi wants a multi-year contract. But more than that, he offered some advice on how to fix the ongoing problems at Fenway Park: "I would go and try and get another three David Ortiz's." "We need more bad [bleepity bleepers]." "Go out and get...

Bobby Valentine Believes He's 'Best Man for the Job' Of Managing Red Sox

BOSTON –– There's no doubt Bobby Valentine wants to atone for this season. Heading into Tuesday's game, the Red Sox were stuck in the American League East basement, saddled with a 63-78 record and 16 1/2 games out of first place. They have resorted to playing a spoiler role against their remaining opponents. Even so, Valentine –– who is signed to a two-year contract...

David Ortiz Hopes Platelet-Rich Plasma Injection Helps Heal Injured Achilles

Each year, sports medicine becomes more innovative. Over the past decade, the platelet-rich plasma injection has evolved into one of the foremost options for injured players. For the Red Sox, two players –– David Ortiz and ex-outfielder Carl Crawford –– relied on the treatment this season. Nearly two weeks ago, Ortiz received the shot to alleviate pain in his injured Achilles...

Red Sox Can Get Off Hook for Biggest Late-Season Collapse If Yankees Miss Playoffs This Year (Video)

Last year, the Red Sox suffered the biggest collapse in baseball history, while seeing a double-digit lead for a playoff spot evaporate over the season's final month. This year, they are nowhere near a playoff spot, but their opponents certainly are. The Sox welcome the Yankees to town on Tuesday with a chance to do some serious damage to New York's postseason hopes. And...

Red Sox try to embrace spoiler role

Over? Try telling the Boston Red Sox's remaining opponents that the season is over. It's true: Other than trying to avoid losing 90 games for the first time since 1966, the next three weeks don't mean much to the Red Sox. But their opponents have plenty to play for. Of the Red Sox's final 22 games, all but four are against contenders, giving them a chance to...

Wednesday Red Sox Travesty - 9/12

After walking off with a win last night, the Boston Red Sox look to make it two in-a-row in the middle game of a three-game set with the New York Yankees at historic Fenway Park. First pitch is scheduled for 7:10 p.m. and the game will be broadcast on NESN in the Red Sox television market. If you live in the Yankees television market, you can catch the game on YES.  And if you...

Sox Open 2013 In the Bronx

The 2013 Red Sox schedule will begin very much like the 2012 season will end - in the Bronx. Major League Baseball released its 2013 schedule this afternoon and the Red Sox will open (fittingly enough) on April Fool's Day in the Bronx.The home opener is April 8th against the Orioles; the Red Sox will play 17 of their first 26 games at Fenway Park.This will be the 1st time the...

Red Sox News & Notes - 9/11

Color me shocked that Boston Red Sox skipper Bobby Valentine wasn't fired yesterday. It was the perfect time to do it. There's no way he's going to be back next season so with the Red Sox off yesterday before the New York Yankees come to town, it was a good time to do it. But nope, it DID NOT happen. It makes you wonder what kind of dirt that Valentine has on the...

Who Will Be This Week's Amica Pitcher of the Week?

The going has been anything but easy for the Boston Red Sox lately as the team has dropped four straight and 11 of its last 12 games. This week could be just as much of a challenge, with the Red Sox preparing for a three-game series against the New York Yankees at Fenway Park before going to Toronto for three more games with the Blue Jays on the weekend. Reigning Amica Pitcher of...

Yankee Bus Fail

Shortly after losing to the Red Sox via a walk-off single, the Yankees experienced another failure.  Their team bus crashed into a gate while leaving Fenway Park.  The crash resulted in a broken window. Walking by right when the Yankees bus is leaving Fenway Park- Bus driver hits the gate and shatters awindow… — Jesse Waites (@JesseWaites) September 12, 2012

Even the Yankees bus driver sucks in September

After losing yet another September game to the Red Sox, the Yankees team bus was pulling out of Fenway's parking lot when the driver of the bus crashed into a gate and broke a window. Ouch. Why... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~
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