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Anthony Ranaudo Adds Even More Intrigue To Red Sox’s Pitching Situation

The Boston Red Sox were forced to send pitcher Rubby De La Rosa back to Triple-A Pawtucket over the weekend despite the 25-year-old’s success this season at the major league level. The move was made with hesitance, as the Sox considered ways to keep De La Rosa in the majors before ultimately optioning the right-hander. Clearly, De La Rosa is ready to join the big league fray on...
21 days ago  |  Discuss

The Hidden Gem: Anthony Ranaudo

While the Red Sox have had to deal with many injuries this year, the Pawtucket Red Sox have yet to really be able to catch fire as a group. But one kid down there that has been very good all year is starting pitcher, Anthony Ranaudo.
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June 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Anthony Ranaudo Continuing Resurgence Among Boston Red Sox’s Prospects

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Anthony Ranaudo has begun carrying his 2013 success into 2014. Ranaudo, who reestablished himself as one of the Boston Red Sox’s most intriguing prospects last season after a 2012 campaign plagued by injuries, overpowered the Minnesota Twins for two hitless innings in his spring training debut Friday. “I thought he was impressive,” Red Sox manager John...
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox: Playing GM with the Cleveland Indians

Playing GM is a mini article series, in which I, Alex Peters, play out my wildest dreams and (hypothetically) place myself in the beautiful golden throne that is the Boston Red Sox General Manager chair. Helping me will be another Baseball Correspondent at iSportsWeb, representing their team, as we hash out potential trades both small and mega, with the Winter Meetings rapidly approaching...
December 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox add three players to 40-man roster

In order to protect them from being rule 5 draft eligible, the Red Sox added prospects Anthony Ranaudo, Bryce Brentz and Garin Cecchini to the 40 man roster, as the deadline to do so was tonight. Ranaudo boasted a 2.96 ERA split between Portland and Pawtucket this season after a rough 2012 with a 6.69 ERA, Brentz battled with injuries this year in Pawtucket and still managed to slug...
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November 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Ranaudo Named Eastern League Pitcher O' Year

Anthony RanaudoRed Sox starting pitching prospect Anthony Ranaudo was named Pitcher Of The Year in the Eastern League. The AA league—in which Boston's Portland Sea Dogs play—cited the 23-year old right-hander for posting a 2.95 ERA for Portland before he was promoted to AAA Pawtucket on August 2nd. He also lead the league in WHIP and batting-average-against. Ranaudo set a...
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August 31, 2013  |  Discuss

CLNS Exclusive: Pawtucket Red Sox catcher Dan Butler's take on Ranaudo and Webster

For the first time in years, the Pawtucket Red Sox have been fortunate to have several young pitching prospects help their club to form one of the better rotations in all of Triple-A baseball. Two pitchers in Anthony Ranaudo and Allen Webster have impressed Pawsox fans at times this season with their electric stuff and both could play an important role in the future in the Red Sox...
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August 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Ranaudo And Cecchini Theo's Price for Garza?

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...
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July 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Anthony Ranaudo Strikes Out 13 For SeaDogs

Anthony Ranaudo Ks 13The Red Sox selected Anthony Ranaudo out of LSU with a first-round "sandwich" pick in 2010 (#39 overall). They knew that eventually they'd  have something special on their hands. The 6'7" 225-pound right-hander is starting to show those special features more and more with each AA start. Last night in Portland, Ranaudo struck out 13 Erie...
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June 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Red Sox Prospect Anthony Ranaudo Has Returned to Dominance

In the months preceding the 2010 MLB Amateur Draft, LSU star pitcher Anthony Ranaudo was the consensus top pitching prospect in the country, baffling college bats with a blazing fastball and plus curveball. However, an elbow injury early in the 2010 season derailed Ranaudo for a month and upon his return the star prospect was noticeably far from his former self.Despite his spring...
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May 31, 2013  |  Discuss
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