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Suffice to say, 2012 was a bizarre season for Dustin Pedroia and the Red Sox.
After an uncharacteristic losing campaign experienced by the scrappy second baseman, Pedroia went home and, according to him, had a relatively normal offseason. Nonetheless, Pedroia says that, despite what happened last year, the expectations for himself and the team are just as high as they ever were, and he’s happy to be back on a diamond and readying for the new season.
Check out what Pedroia had to say about working with 11 different shortstops in recent years in the video above.
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Last night, Boston Red Sox 2B Dustin Pedroia stopped by the CSN New England's The Baseball Show set to talk about his role on the team, his expectations, team chemistry and making the adjustment to yet another shortstop.
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In keeping with our current trend here at Red Sox Life we
want to supply you (Red Sox Nation) with a plethora of spring training videos. The
video below is an interesting contrast of styles as Shane Victorino, Jonny
Gomes and David Ortiz take live batting practice on Friday at JetBlue Park.
One of the funniest moments during the 2:09 video was when David Ortiz made an "...
Shane Victorino wasn’t even wearing a Red Sox uniform during the 2012 season, but he says he’s already tired of hearing about last year in Boston.
To be sure, much of the talk surrounding the Sox is how they’ll be able to bounce back after a disappointing campaign, but with the positive attitude of Victorino, things are bound to get better. The Red Sox’ new right fielder...
Red Sox starting pitcher Jon Lester sat down with the media on Wednesday to discuss
the failures of 2012 and his desires for 2013. I’ve got to hand it to the Red
Sox ace; he’s been rational, thoughtful and downright blunt. With the Red Sox in
need of key leadership this season Lester could be the one to step up and take
over the leadership reins.
(Video courtesy of Mike...
The Boston Red Sox have had sellouts for nearly 10 years. That could be coming to an end according to team president Larry Lucchino.
Lucchino believes the Red Sox sellout streak at Fenway Park will end sometime in April – maybe as early as the teams second game.
The Red Sox have sold out 793 games dating back to May, 15 2003. While the streak is the longest in Major League Baseball...
It was a wild ride, but the NESN Spring Training Kickoff Tour has come to a close. Fortunately, that means we’re that much closer to Opening Day.
Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy and Jenny Dell concluded their four-day tour by spending an eventful day in Rhode Island that included a number of stops, plenty of laughs and now countless memories.
The crew kicked off the day in Providence,...
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It doesn’t get much better than this as the 2013 Red Sox take the field for the first time at JetBlue Park. This means that
spring training has “officially” begun, and we (Red Sox Nation) can start to analyze players,
schedules and possible organizational pitfalls - like any good Red Sox fan would.
Let’s not get ahead of ourselves though. The Sox look a bit
For those waiting to see Doug Flutie get his arm back in the game, the time has come — although they’ll have to be satisfied with watching the quarterback sling a knuckleball.
Flutie and four other former athletes are working with former Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield to see who can master Wakefield’s signature pitch, the knuckleball. The player who figures it out the best and...
Jon Lester and his fellow Red Sox pitchers are working their way back to Opening Day form, but even spring training leaves them time for other activities.
On Wednesday, Lester apparently spent that free time working on his fishing, and he had quite a successful outing. Now, the catch is not as big as the 500-pounder the Angels’ Mike Trout reeled in, but Lester’s catch is still...
When the Red Sox signed John Lackey as a free agent in December of 2009, they had some concern about an existing elbow injury, but not enough concern to walk away from the deal entirely. So, they (or maybe his agent) came up with a pretty creative solution, adding a league minimum club option to the end of the deal if Lackey missed significant time due to an elbow issue. Sure enough...
One big question mark coming into spring training this
season was the health of John Lackey. Lackey had Tommy John surgery in 2011
during the off-season which landed him on the disabled list the entire 2012
season. Now Lackey is back and ready to kick start his career by providing the
Red Sox with some much needed depth in the starting rotation.
It’s not surprising that...
Considering the Japanese bust pilfered millions of dollars from the Red Sox, bush league Cleveland pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka said he’s thrilled to have an opportunity to shutdown Boston as a member of the Indians. Matsuzaka, who fleeced Boston and milked … Continue reading →
Any viewer joining Jerry Remy and Don Orsillo on a Red Sox broadcast knows that the former second baseman likes to have a fit of laughter every once and a while. They just might not expect to encounter one of the classic giggle fits during a call to customer service.
During a stop on the NESN Tour this Wednesday, the RemDawg helped field customer support calls at Comcast offices...
It’s no surprise on the day former Red Sox third/first baseman Kevin Youkilis reported
to Yankees spring training the first words out of his mouth to the media were
about the Red Sox. What may surprise you to know is that those words were spoken
with high regard for his former organization.
Youkilis spent 9 years with the Red Sox organization (2004-2012) and was a vital member...