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At the All Star Break, the Red Sox are sitting pretty in 1st place in the AL East. So how are they doing it? Depth, manager John Farrell told ESPN Boston. According to ESPN Boston, the team has used a grand total of 41 players, 19 position players and 22 pitchers. And they will use their 23rd pitcher after the break, as they have newly called up pitcher Drake Britton ready to start against the Yankees after the break. John Farrell points to the left side of the infield as an example of the depth. The depth of the team has probably been most evident there, with Will Middlebrooks struggling and Stephen Drew injured. According to ESPN Boston, the Red Sox have gone through six 3rd baseman and 3 shortstops. Jose Iglesias has more than earned his place with his stellar play at both 3rd and short. Brandon Synder and Brock Holt have both been revelations since being called up. John Farrell cited the lack of errors (only 2 ...
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Country star Jason Aldean played two sold out shows at Fenway Park this weekend. Red Sox CEO Larry Lucchino was at at least one of those shows, as proven by this picture he took with Aldean prior to Friday night’s show. Yup, that’s Lucchino wearing a cowboy hat, suave button-down shirt, and hoop earrings. HOOP EARRINGS! I don’t know if the earring are real or not but oh my...
Ranaudo (L) & Cecchini (R)Reports are surfacing that Theo Epstein will demand both Anthony Ranaudo and Garin Cecchini in a trade for Matt Garza. Cecchini is tearing it up in AAA, while Ranaudo (despite the shelling he took at the Futures Game on Sunday) is having a good year at AA Portland. The question for Ben Cherington is whether two months of Garza is worth your #3 (Cecchini...
David Ortiz and Jose Bautista busted out their Prancercising chops for an MLB All-Star game promotional video. It looks like the two all-star sluggers do not quite have the moves down quite yet. Stick to hitting home runs, guys.
In case you’re unfamiliar with prancersicing, here is how the phenomenon started.
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The Red Sox have looked good all season. They have the best record in the American League East (and the American League) as well as the most wins in all of Major League Baseball at the All-Star break. Perhaps it’s time to stop treading carefully when using “Red Sox” and “World Series” in the same sentence and just go for it.
Dustin Pedroia is.
Pedroia voiced the MLB party...
Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia seemingly looks for motivation wherever he can find it. After the 5-foot-8 infielder was deemed to small to play as he grew up, Pedroia is still feeding from that gigantic chip on his shoulder even as racks up accolades. He may now have a little added fire when the Sox play the Tigers now.
Pedroia was the victim of a classic high-five fake-out...
Red Sox pitcher Alfredo Aceves‘ time with the club has been interesting to say the least, and the latest occurrence of that ongoing saga took place this weekend as the team’s unofficial first half came to an end.
Aceves was outrighted to Triple-A Pawtucket following the team’s extra-innings loss to the Oakland Athletics on Sunday afternoon. In order for Aceves to be outrighted...
When the Toronto Blue Jays got off to their awful start this season, there was talk that right-hander Josh Johnson could be made available over the summer. While Johnson is a pending free agent that would likely draw interest this trade season, Jerry Crasnick of ESPN reports that the Blue Jays have "no plans to shop" Johnson at the deadline, adding that "it appears...
The future looks pretty bright for the Red Sox, especially thanks to one player who looks very ready to become a star very soon.
Infielder Xander Bogaerts has been a top prospect for some time, but as he begins to knock on the major league door, he’s starting to get more and more recognition. His impressive performance in Sunday’s MLB Futures Game in New York certainly doesn’t...
The Boston Red Sox have several options for the left side of
their infield, including players such as the Stephen Drew – who’s rehabbing
from injury – Jose Iglesias and Will Middlebrooks. Considering all three
players have question marks surrounding their abilities over the second-half of
the season, the Red Sox are open to exploring the market for potential
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Boston Red Sox DH David Ortiz warms up for the 2013 MLB All-Star Game by prancercising down the streets outside the MLB Fan Cave. He even has a special guest, Jose Bautista join him.
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Miguel Cabrera certainly likes to have his fun during games and tonight it came at the expense of Boston second baseman Dustin Pedroia.
During the pre All-Star Game introductions at Citi Field, Miguel Cabrera came out of the dugout after being introduced giving high-five’s to his American League teammates. However when the 6’4″ Cabrera came to the 5’8″ Pedroia the reining...
If the Major League Baseball playoffs started today, the Red Sox would have home-field advantage throughout the American League postseason. As for the World Series? Which league gets the potential advantage in the Fall Classic will be determined Tuesday night at the Mets’ Citi Field. The National League has won three-straight All-Star Games and opened as the -130 favorite.
Aside from trolling Dustin Pedroia during the All-Star Game intros, Miguel Cabrera was having some fun on third as he partook in a little dance before Toronto’s Jose Bautista drove him home.
Let’s also not forget Cabrera launching his bat into the crowd…
The 84th Major League Baseball All-Star Game takes place tonight at Citi Field in New York.
Red Sox Lifer's will have plenty to root for as David Ortiz will start the game and bat sixth. Second baseman Dustin Pedroia will also see time in the game. Clay Buchholz will be there, but will not play due to injury.
The Red Sox have had their share...