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BROCK HOLT RUMORS & GOSSIP

Brock Holt Back In Lineup, Matt Barnes On Mound For Red Sox Vs. Royals

The Boston Red Sox have had the Kansas City Royals’ number of late. The Red Sox got the best of Royals ace Johnny Cueto in a 7-2 win at Fenway Park on Friday night, improving their record against the defending American League champs to 10-2 since the beginning of last season. Brock Holt sat out that contest with what interim manager Torey Lovullo said were some minor bumps and...
Via NESN.com
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Brock Holt Leaves Red Sox-Tigers Game With Left Knee Tightness

BOSTON — The Red Sox lost another second baseman to injury Sunday night. Brock Holt exited Sunday’s matchup with the Detroit Tigers after the fifth inning with what the team called “left knee tightness.” Holt initially suffered the injury while taking a turn at first base following a first-inning single. He remained in the game for another two at-bats before being replaced...
Via NESN.com
July 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Brock Holt, Wife Cincinnati-Bound For MLB All-Star Game (Photo)

Boston Red Sox fans, your 2015 MLB All-Star Game representative is on his way. Brock Holt departed for his first trip to the midsummer classic Monday morning with an entourage of one: his wife, Lakyn Pennington. Despite being the only All-Star from a team that entered the break having won 10 of its last 15 games, Holt hardly drew a crowd, according to The Boston Globe’s Pete Abraham...
Via NESN.com
July 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Brock Holt and His Hair are All Stars. Xander Has a Chance, Too.

In a season in which the Sox haven’t sniffed .500 for months, I didn’t expect a bunch of All Star game representatives to come from our team. But I was surprised to see superutilityman Brock Holt get the nod over Xander Bogaerts. In many ways, it makes sense; after all, the game counts for World Series home field advantage and having a guy on the bench who can play any position...
Via Surviving Grady
July 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Brock Holt hits for the cycle against Braves

BOSTON — Even before he stepped to the plate the eighth inning, Tuesday already had been a memorable day at the dish for Brock Holt. The Boston Red Sox utility man, on this occasion playing second base and leading off in place of the injured Dustin Pedroia, had collected hits in three of his four at-bats in an afternoon meeting with the visiting Atlanta Braves, including a seventh...
Via NESN.com
June 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox: Quick hits

At this point in the season the Boston Red Sox are not playing for wins and losses. That time has come and gone. Instead, they are playing to evaluate and showcase talent while gauging which players they believe can impact the 2015 team, and which players would be better served elsewhere. So, for all things 2015, let’s take a look at what’s been going on this week: Matt Barnes...
Via isportsweb.com
September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Nation Is Outraged As Brock Holt Sits Out

(FenwayNation Photo)After 59 straight starts, Brock 'Babe' Holt is being "rested" tonight—just when the Rd Sox desperately need his juice at the top of the lineup to win tonight's critical Game 3 of the make-or-break road trip. Manager John Farrell justified the decision thusly, "We never like to take any player out that’s doing extremely well. And yet we feel like he’s played...
Via FenwayNation
July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Boston's Brock Holt makes unreal catch

The Red Sox were matching outs with runs this Monday night in Toronto, playing 14 runs before the fifth inning was even over. But Brock Holt added insult to injury with this absolutely incredible catch of a Dan Johnson fly ball, showing that when it rains (even in a dome) it pours.
Via The Outside Corner
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Brock Holt Should Remain Red Sox Shortstop

The Boston Red Sox still believe they are in the hunt. At 9.5 games out of the American League East, they still have a shot, albeit an outside one. Boston’s offense is last in the American League in runs and they will need to pick up the pace to have any chance. The Red Sox production from outfielders is last in the American League. The outfield in 2014 has included Daniel Nava...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
July 20, 2014  |  Discuss
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