Posted September 24, 2013 on AP on Fox
The son of Boston Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy has been indicted by a Massachusetts grand jury for murder in the death of his girlfriend. Jared Remy has already pleaded not guilty in the stabbing death of Jennifer Martel. The Middlesex District Attorney's Office said Tuesday that Remy will be arraigned Oct. 8 in Superior Court. Remy is accused of repeatedly stabbing Martel at a Waltham apartment complex and slashing at neighbors who tried to help her. He was arrested at the scene, covered in Martel's blood. The fatal attack came a day after Remy was released from custody after allegedly assaulting Martel. After his son's arrest, Jerry Remy announced he wouldn't return to the broadcast booth this season and said he was ''full of grief'' for Martel's family.

Dustin Pedroia likely needs surgery

The Guru Contributing Writer Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia has played all season long with a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his thumb. The Sox second baseman suffered the injury on Opening Day against the Yankees. Despite the injury, Pedroia has appeared in 158 of Boston's 159 games this season. While we never had to start a Buchholz...

Meat or Gravy?: The Boston Red Sox’ upcoming post-season

Raise your hands if you thought at the beginning of the season that the Boston Red Sox would be sitting here in the final week of the regular season, a post-season trip already assured through a division championship and an opportunity to clinch the best record in all of baseball. I’ll wait. (Sits there) (Checks a couple of e-mails…oh nice craft-beer special at Total Wine) (Looks...

Jacoby Ellsbury’s Return to Starting Lineup Gives Red Sox Boost Heading Into Postseason (Video)

The Red Sox have missed their leadoff hitter during the last 16 games, but on Wednesday night Jacoby Ellsbury will be back back in his spot. After fracturing a bone in his right foot, Ellsbury returns to the lineup with four regular-season games to be played, and the center fielder hopes to be 100 percent by the time the playoffs roll around. With Ellsbury hitting .299 this season...

Will Middlebrooks, Red Sox One Step Closer to Locking Up AL’s Top Seed After Huge Offensive Effort in Colorado

The Red Sox are one step closer to securing home-field advantage. The Red Sox entered Wednesday’s game against the Rockies with the luxury of knowing that the Athletics already lost to the Angels. Boston proceeded to take care of business behind a relentless offensive attack. The Red Sox racked up 16 hits in a 15-5 rout, and Boston will now head to Baltimore with a two-game edge...

Jacoby Ellsbury returns to lineup in Red Sox rout of Rockies

With the postseason fast-approaching, the Boston Red Sox were anxious to get Jacoby Ellsbury back in the lineup.  It's important that he get a few at-bats in before the team begins the playoffs.  That's what happened last night when Ellsbury returned to the lineup for the first time in 16 games. The Red Sox took on the Colorado Rockies last night, but the game quickly...

Lackey And Peavy To Face Rockies In Denver

The Red Sox will send John Lackey to the mound on Tuesday night at Coors Field. He will be opposed by Rockies right-hander Tyler Chatwood. Jake Peavy will be the Red Sox starter on Wednesday night against veteran Roy Oswalt. Both games will start at 8:40 p.m. Eastern Time. After the brief two-game set, Boston will head to Camden Yards for the final three games of the season.

How Important Is Home Field Advantage in the Playoffs?

If the Red Sox are lucky enough to make it to the 2013 World Series, they will, thanks to the magic of the All-Star Game, enjoy home field advantage. The ALDS will be a different story, as the Oakland A’s are currently nipping at our heels — or, at just one game behind us for the AL’s best record, already stuffing a foot in our cleats. Also, the A’s have only the Angels...

Boston Red Sox Daily Links Around The Web 9/23

Daily Links   ESPN Boston I still say Quintin Berry over him. This should be good. I very much care for what Pedro has to say.   WEEI

Farrell's Impact on the Red Sox

Conor Frederick Contributing Writer Or "Farrell for Manager of the Year." Any way you look at it, the Red Sox have had an impressive season, and John Farrell has been the driving force behind the change. The Boston Herald names his decisiveness, honesty, and touch as main reasons for his success. He separated himself from Bobby Valentine in multiple ways, like his attention...

Sponsored Post – TiqIQ’s Red Sox Playoff Ticket Preview

Of all the teams that have a playoff position locked in, the Red Sox have the most expensive average ticket price on the secondary market. They also have the highest premium compared to their regular season average of any team in the playoffs. The 270% premium is ahead of both the Dodgers and Pirates, and an indication for how excited Red Sox fans are for an October run. If you...

Why do the Red Sox need homefield?

Photo Courtesy of ESPN Conor Frederick Contributing Writer According to ESPN, the Red Sox are a game ahead of the Oakland Athletics for the American League's best record. Keep an eye on that, because whoever gets the AL's best record gets home field advantage throughout the playoffs. Remember - the AL won the All Star Game, so they'll have home field in the World Series...

How we see it goin' down: Red Sox - Rockies series

First Pitch: Tuesday 8:40, Wednesday 8:40  Arms: Tuesday: John Lackey, RHP (10-12, 3.44 ERA) vs. Tyler Chatwood, RHP (7-5, 3.36 ERA)   Wednesday: Jake Peavy, RHP (3-1, 3.68 ERA) vs. Roy Oswalt, RHP (0-6, 7.71 ERA)      Yard: Coors Field   Watch it: NESN   Hear it:  WEEI The Matchup   ...

Your Morning Dump...where ALDS opponents are narrowed down

Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here... highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. So which is the best team to face? “If I were the Red Sox, I’d go for the Indians,” said an American League special assignment scout. “With [Justin] Masterson injured, the Red Sox can hit the...

Pedro Martinez Lands Job as Playoff Analyst on TBS, Will Join Host Keith Olbermann

Pedro Martinez is back in baseball just in time for the Red Sox to hit the postseason. The former Sox ace will serve as a studio analyst on TBS during Major League Baseball playoffs starting in October with the NL Wild Card play-in game, according to CBS Boston. Martinez will join host Keith Olbermann in studio. The 41-year-old Martinez last took the mound the last in the 2009 World...

Terry Francona’s Indians Are Among Baseball’s Best Stories, But Would Be Red Sox’ Most Desirable Opponent (Podcast)

The Red Sox know they will be playing into October this season, but which team they will meet in the postseason has yet to be determined. Boston is still battling with Oakland for the American League’s best record, and the Rays, Indians and Rangers continue to jostle for the league’s two wild card spots, meaning that AL playoff picture likely will not become crystal clear until...
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