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Drew Pomeranz Continues To Show Why Red Sox Made Smart Move Trading For Him

The Boston Red Sox still have a shortage of available starting pitchers due to injuries, but can you imagine where they would be without their pre-deadline trade for Drew Pomeranz? Pomeranz didn’t get off to the best start in Boston, but he has improved over his last five outings. The Red Sox left-hander is 2-1 with a 2.40 ERA, 10 walks and 31 strikeouts in 30 innings over that...
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Career-best 11 K's not enough for Pomeranz

Drew Pomeranz was at the top of his game through five innings. He had nine strikeouts with no runs allowed by the time the Red Sox gave him a one-run lead in the sixth inning. But once Pomeranz got the lead, he wasn't able to keep it.
12 hours ago

Pomeranz Shines, Offense Struggles in Boston's 2-1 Loss to Tampa Bay

Drew Pomeranz dazzled as he struck out a career-high 11 batters, but the offense couldn’t provide the run support as Boston lost their second-straight one-run game.
Via CLNS Radio
14 hours ago

Red Sox Wrap: Boston Falls To Rays 2-1 Despite Drew Pomeranz’s Stellar Start

Drew Pomeranz’s best start with the Boston Red Sox somehow landed him with a loss. The lefty was mowing down the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday to rack up a career-high 11 strikeouts, but the rest of the Red Sox didn’t show up at the plate. Boston’s batters failed to put much hard contact on the ball and couldn’t capitalize on the few opportunities they had, leaving the Red...
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

'Offense' Wastes Another Solid Pomeranz Start, Lose 2-1

(AP Photo)They're baaaaack—The Raiders Of The Lost Offense. At the end of a grueling 11-game road trip, the Red Sox today looked like a team ready to pack it in and head home. Scattering six singles and one double, Boston squandered multiple opportunities to score, ultimately falling 2-1 to Tampa. Drew Pomeranz turned in another solid performance—going six innings, yielding just...
Via FenwayNation
14 hours ago

Henry Confirms MLB Investigation Into Pomeranz Trade

(Getty Images And Boston Red Sox Photos)In an interview published in The Boston Herald, Red Sox principal owner John Henry confirmed an MLB investigation into the deal that brought Drew Pomeranz to Boston. The exact interview exchange went like this: "Q. Are you satisfied that the Red Sox received all the medical records/info that the Padres had available concerning Drew Pomeranz...
Via FenwayNation
3 days ago

Red Sox Notes: Drew Pomeranz’s First Three Starts With Boston A ‘Mixed Bag’

Drew Pomeranz’s first three starts in a Boston Red Sox uniform couldn’t have gone more different. In his Boston debut, Pomeranz pitched well for three innings, but it all came apart for him in the fourth. Start No. 2 went much better, as he allowed only two runs in six innings. The third start? Well, as Red Sox manager John Farrell put it, it was somewhere “in between” the...
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Drew Pomeranz and Beating BABIP

Drew Pomeranz is in the midst of a breakout season. He’s already surpassed his season high for innings and his ERA is a very low 2.47, while his FIP is a low — if not quite as low — 3.15. Those very good numbers netted the San Diego Padres a very good pitching prospect recently in the form of Anderson Espinoza. Much of Pomeranz’s newfound success has been attributed to the...
Via Fangraphs
July 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Drew Pomeranz trade sets a seller’s market

One of the biggest names on the market was traded on Thursday. The Boston Red Sox acquired Drew Pomeranz from the San Diego Padres. To get him, they traded Anderson Espinoza, one of the best pitching prospects in baseball. This trade will only have a direct impact on the Red Sox and Padres. In a more indirect way, it can potentially have a rather serious impact throughout Major...
Via Sportsnaut
July 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Drew Pomeranz has had success against AL East

The Boston Red Sox made a major move to acquire an All-Star pitcher Thursday, but as is the case with nearly every trade, it comes with both pros and cons. Left-handed pitcher Drew Pomeranz, whom the Red Sox acquired from the San Diego Padres in exchange for pitching prospect Anderson Espinoza, comes to Boston toting the fourth-lowest ERA (2.47) of any starter in Major League Baseball...
July 14, 2016  |  Discuss

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