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BROCK HOLT RUMORS & GOSSIP

Brock Holt: I Like Being ‘Under-The-Radar-Type Guy’ For Boston Red Sox

This embed is invalid" /> Brock Holt’s life drastically changed last season. Or did it? Although Holt was one of the Boston Red Sox’s few bright spots amid a terrible 2014, the 26-year-old still enters this season with a certain degree of uncertainty. Sure, he has a major league job. But it’s unclear how much playing time he’ll garner as Boston’s...
Via NESN.com
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Brock Holt Is A-OK With Whatever Role He Plays

Brock HoltHolt-A-Palooza—II is just a couple of months away. Brock Holt—Boston's super-utility phenom—was so good last year that he earned both FenwayNation's Player Of The Year and Rookie Of the Year honors. With all the off-season acquisitions, however, it's unclear which of his eight positions he'll hold down. But, after talking to the brass, he has a pretty good idea, ...
Via FenwayNation
January 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Brock Holt: I’m Ready For Whatever Role Boston Red Sox Give Me In 2015

This embed is invalid" /> Brock Holt is up for anything. Holt, whose role with the Red Sox frequently changed throughout the 2014 season, is unsure how he’ll be used in 2015, especially in the wake of Boston’s new additions. The super utility man doesn’t find the uncertainty discouraging, though. Instead, he’s embracing his undefined job. “I’m...
Via NESN.com
January 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Red Sox Should "Hold On to Holt" For 2015

(Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports)In 2014, Brock Holt was FenwayNation's Player Of The Year, Rookie Of The Year, and Player Of The Month for June. Not bad for a "spare part" who cost John Henry less than the jock strap budget at Liverpool (we think around $500,000—but it might have been even less). Of course, bestowing all those honors on Holt was more of a "last guy standing" thing...
Via FenwayNation
December 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Reports: Red Sox’s Brock Holt Drawing Trade Interest From Angels

This embed is invalid" /> The Los Angeles Angels evidently were paying attention this season. The Angels have expressed interest in Boston Red Sox utility player Brock Holt, according to ESPN.com’s Gordon Edes. Holt is coming off an impressive season in which he flashed remarkable versatility. The Los Angeles Times’ Mike DiGiovanna also heard the...
Via NESN.com
December 10, 2014  |  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

Brock Holt illness leads to darker symptoms

Collision from Aug 25 vs Blue JaysEric D. Schabell Contributing Writer The Red Sox infielder and all around super hero Brock Holt has not played since Sep. 5.We thought he left the game with dizziness due to the bug that was going around that sidelined Mike Napoli and Will Middlebrooks last week, but it appears that Holt continues to have concussion-like symptoms.He was sent yesterday...
Via RedSoxLife
September 12, 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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