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11:32 a.m.: Just a friendly reminder that NESN’s coverage of Opening Day on Monday will begin at 11 a.m.
That’s two hours of baseball coverage leading up to the start of the regular season. Anyone else fired up?
11:15 a.m.: The lineup cards are in, and Jackie Bradley Jr. is not in the starting nine.
Getting the start as the designated hitter on Saturday will be Daniel Nava, who earned himself a roster spot with a very impressive spring — even if it may have flown under the radar due to Bradley’s amazing production.
Check out Saturday’s lineup below.
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
Shane Victorino, RF
Dustin Pedroia, 2B
Mike Napoli, 1B
Will Middlebrooks, 3B
Jarrod Saltalamacchia, C
Jonny Gomes, LF
Daniel Nava, DH
Jose Iglesias, SS
Felix Doubront, P
10:30 a.m.: As the Jackie Bradley Jr. watch continues, we’ve got some news to pass along.
Bradley will travel with the team to New York, according to The Boston Globe’s Pete Abraham. That seems to suggest that Bradley has a good chance of mak...
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Felix Doubront pitched six-hit ball for five scoreless innings, and the Boston Red Sox beat the Minnesota Twins 4-2 Saturday in the spring training finale for both teams.
The left-hander walked one, hit a batter and struck out six.
Twins right-hander Mike Pelfrey gave up four runs and nine hits in 3 2-3 innings.
The Red Sox got a run in the first when Jacoby Ellsbury led off with...
While nothing is official quite yet, Jackie Bradley Jr.‘s chances of making the Opening Day roster look good.
Bradley will be traveling with the team to New York, according to Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe. There has been some debate over whether Bradley should make the team or not. If Boston kept him off the opening day roster for 11 days, they would earn an extra year of arbitration...
If the Red Sox hope to compete this season they are going to have to do it with big contributions from players with less than two years of experience. Whether it’s with the bat or the glove, in the starting rotation or the bullpen, The Red Sox will have one of their youngest opening day rosters in years. 3 players will be making their first major league opening day starts tomorrow...
After a month and a half of speculation, outfield prospect Jackie Bradley Jr. has made the team and will start in left field on Opening Day, according to the Red Sox Official Twitter. Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe also reports that he will wear #44.
Ironic that – barring another transaction – Bradley will be defending in front of the Green Monster after having a monster spring...
[caption id="attachment_59493" align="alignnone" width="620"] Jackie Bradley Jr. has turned some heads during Spring Training. What could he do for the Major League roster?[/caption] The Red Sox are a fortunate team right now. They have a confident group of starting pitchers and what they feel is a solid roster overall. That roster is expected...
Jackie Bradley Jr. has made the Red Sox’ opening day roster.
The team announced their roster on Sunday and Bradley was selected to the active major league roster, while Mauro Gomez was designated for assignment. Bradley tore through spring training with a .419 average, 1.120 OPS, two home runs and 12 RBIs.
Bradley will start in left field and wear No. 44 on Opening Day against...
Opening Day is here! Baseball fans rejoice! There are people even more excited than fans about Opening Day. One of them is Jackie Bradley Jr. The rookie got the news this past weekend from Boston’s head coach John Farrell.
Bradley is the first rookie to start on Opening Day for Boston since Shea Hillenbrand did it in 2001. Farrell told reporters about Bradley’s response when...
It looks like Jackie Bradley Jr. is going to break camp with the big league club.
The Red Sox have not made an announcement regarding Bradley, but outfielder Ryan Sweeney has not been offered a major league contract, according to multiple reports. Sweeney figured to be competing with Bradley and Mike Carp for one of Boston’s two final roster spots.
Sweeney has 24 hours to decide...
Before tonight's game, the Red Sox had three players fighting for two spots. After the Red Sox's Mayor's Cup clinching win, the Red Sox beat writers basically live tweeted Ryan Sweeney being called into the office and cut from the team. While Sweeney will be left to find a new home for his patient approach, rock-solid glove, and five o'clock power; that essentially...
Following the team's 6-1 victory over the Twins in Fort Myers, outfielder Ryan Sweeney was told by manager John Farrell that he would not make the Red Sox' Opening Day roster. Because he has an opt-out clause in the minor league contract he signed in January, Sweeney's tenure with the Red Sox is likely over. Once he officially opts out sometime Friday or Saturday, the...
The Red Sox are inching closer to finalizing their Opening Day roster.
The big question — whether Jackie Bradley Jr. will be taking the field in the Bronx on Monday — is still unanswered, but two other players were assured spots Friday morning. Manager John Farrell said the roster will likely be finalized Sunday.
Mike Carp and Daniel Nava have been told they’ve made the roster...
Is the wait finally over? Has the 25-man Roster been set? It could be, as Brian MacPherson of the Providence Journal reported that outfielder Ryan Sweeney is the odd-man out.
The Boston Red Sox had to make a decision on Sweeney by Thursday, when Sweeney could trigger an opt-out on his contract if he was not added to the 40-man roster.
That could mean that Jackie...
After nearly a decade of contending, the Red Sox have fallen hard during the last two seasons. Their struggles have been well documented and discussed ad nauseam. This afternoon in Yankee Stadium they begin the 2013 season with low expectations, but moderate hopes. No one quite knows what to expect from this club, other than they will be better than the 69-win team of a season ago...