Found June 25, 2012 on
Boston Red Sox
Toronto Blue Jays
Time: 7:10 p.m.
TV/Radio: NESN / WEEI
Red Sox (38-34)
Daniel Nava, LF
Dustin Pedroia, 2B
David Ortiz, DH
Jarrod Saltalamacchia, C
Adrian Gonzalez, 1B
Will Middlebrooks, 3B
Cody Ross, RF
Ryan Kalish, CF
Nick Punto, SS
Pitching: LHP Felix Doubront (8-3, 4.31)
Blue Jays (37-35)
Pitching: RHP Henderson Alvarez (3-6, 4.30)
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There has to be a little irony in the fact that David Ortiz took a chance to vent his frustrations about reporters drumming up controversy -- by going on a tirade to reporters, as he did Thursday. Well, rather than being a case of controversy begetting controversy, NESN.com's Didier Morais thinks that Ortiz's rant may have been a little more premediated than it seemed. Was...
David Ortiz and the Red Sox offense stayed hot against the Blue Jays, but this time it was the pitching that couldn't keep up. Felix Doubront fell to 8-4 on the year after falling behind early to the Jays, but Big Papi's two home runs sandwiching a long rain delay will be the story for Red Sox fans. Well, that and Will Middlebrooks officially taking the torch from Kevin Youkilis...
Editor's note: NESN.com is going to tell the story of the 2012 Red Sox in Bobby Valentine’s words. Each game day, we will select the best Valentine quote that sums up the day for the Red Sox. Dustin Pedroia finally had a major break through on Tuesday night, and it looks like the second baseman is regaining his All-Star form. Pedroia, who has finally settled back in at the...
The final update for the 2012 MLB AL All-Star balloting came out on Monday and unless a major miracle happens before voting ends on Thursday night at 11:59 p.m., the only member of the Boston Red Sox that will start the All-Star Game is David Ortiz at DH.
A lot can happen over the next three and a half days but unless Michael Young of the Texas Rangers can make up over 600,000...
The sports calendar has reached a time when baseball dominates the headlines. And with the amount of news surrounding the Boston Red Sox, The Dennis and Callahan Show will have Red Sox Nation covered on Wednesday. Dennis and Callahan will be joined by three prominent Red Sox guests, legendary broadcaster Jerry Remy, manager Bobby Valentine and outfielder Daniel Nava to dicuss the...
Kevin Youkilis and Dustin Pedroia have spent most of their major league careers together, and, of course, they won a World Series title together in 2007. So, after Youkilis was traded to the Chicago White Sox on Sunday, Pedroia felt it was the right time to share some feelings on his fellow infielder. When asked what he told Youkilis after he came off the field in the seventh inning...
Dustin Pedroia deals with a lot of expectations as the Red Sox' second baseman, but nothing beats what young children want to hear from the Boston star. The kids have all kinds of questions for Pedroia on Red Sox Small Talk, including who Pedroia's best friend is. Pedroia's answer is just a little different than what would be expected after Jarrod Saltalamacchia said...
Jose Bautista, Colby Rasmus and J.P. Arencibia hit two-run homers Monday night to lead the Toronto Blue Jays to a 9-6 victory over Boston despite two home runs by David Ortiz that tied him for the most multihomer games in Red Sox history.
It was the fourth win in six games for Toronto, which overcame three errors and blew an early four-run lead.
Ortiz hit a two-run homer and a...
With the changing of the guard at Fenway Park we have seen also the changing of the socks.
For many years Jason Varitek, known for his notable big C on the chest, was dubbed official “Captain” of the team. One of the unwritten signs he was the old fashioned task master was the way he wore his red stockings.
Varitek kept them like knee socks. High and red were...
When the Red Sox called up Kevin Youkilis from the minors on May 15, 2004, he batted eighth in a lineup that consisted of Red Sox legends such as Johnny Damon, Mark Bellhorn, David Ortiz, Manny Ramirez, Kevin Millar, Gabe Kapler and Doug Mirabelli, all who would later earn World Series rings. In the fourth inning of that game, Youkilis launched a home run to left field against 1996...
For years, the most feared 3-4 combo in the American League was David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez. Now, that title might belong to division rivals Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion. The past two seasons, Bautista has lead the league in home runs and is at the front of the pack once again this year with 24 dingers. Encarnacion, like Bautista, has found his power stroke, sitting fourth...
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His job security at third base is now as tight as Dustin Pedroia [stats]’s at second base and Adrian Gonzalez’ at first.
Youkilis’ whereabouts no longer have an impact on the daily lineup decisions...
"It's tough because I know how hard he's played and he's given everything he has in every game he's ever put on a Red Sox uniform. I wanted to go out and play hard just like he does. He's always out there trying his best to do whatever he can to help us win and I appreciate him so much for that."
-Dustin Pedroia on Kevin Youkilis getting traded.
The mortal battle for the AL East basement once again swung to Toronto as the Sox toppled the Blue Jays bullpen in tonight's 5-1 win.
Toronto held a 1-0 lead until the 7th inning, when Jarrod Saltalamacchia hit his 14th homer of the season. The Sox kept their foot on the gas and Dustin Pedroia knocked in two runs to give Boston the lead. Next inning, Adrian Gonzalez hit an RBI...
Daniel Nava, LF Dustin Pedroia, 2B David Ortiz, DH Jarrod Saltalamacchia, C Adrian Gonzalez, 1B Will Middlebrooks, 3B Cody Ross, RF Ryan Kalish, CF Nick Punto, SS