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Farrell: Sandoval's conditioning 'continues to be addressed'

BOSTON — When dehydration forced Pablo Sandoval to leave Wednesday’s game, ongoing concerns about his conditioning immediately came to mind. Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell couldn’t name exactly what prompted Sandoval’s fifth-inning exit — maybe it was the 91-degree heat, Farrell said, or the fact that he had tried to score from first base earlier in the game ...
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Red Sox manager on sweep: 'That's a poor display'

The reeling Boston Red Sox were just dealt a sweep from the Chicago White Sox and manager John Farrell is upset.Understandably.In his postgame press conference, Farrell told the media how he really felt about how his staring pitching performed:Numbers seem to back up his case:That, and of course the fact that the Sox sit at 44-58 and 2-11 after the All-Star break.
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John Farrell: Red Sox Have Been ‘Slapped In The Face’ During Disastrous Series

BOSTON — After the Red Sox dropped their third consecutive game to the Chicago White Sox, manager John Farrell gave a simple, strong and accurate assessment of his team’s recent performance. “We’ve been slapped in the face right from the get-go,” Farrell said after Wednesday’s 9-2 loss at Fenway Park. “Three consecutive nights, we find ourselves down multiple runs early...
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Red Sox GM Ben Cherington backs manager John Farrell

Even though the Boston Red Sox might finish in last place in the AL East for the second-straight season, don't expect them to let go of manager John Farrell.In speaking with reporters on Wednesday, GM Ben Cherington was asked by if he had any concerns that Farrell wasn't "getting through" to the team anymore. Here's how Cherington replied:"I don't have that concern. I think...
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Buchholz receives injection, still expected to return this season

Clay Buchholz will be on the shelf for longer than originally anticipated. Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell told reporters Wednesday in Houston that Buchholz received a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection in his injured right elbow from Dr. James Andrews, who confirmed the team’s initial diagnosis of a strained flexor muscle. Farrell said the injection will extend Buchholz’s...
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John Farrell: Red Sox, Well Aware Of Standings, Have ‘Genuine Belief’

This embed is invalid" /> BOSTON — The Red Sox aren’t resting on their laurels after an important win over the New York Yankees at Fenway Park. Nor are they afraid of the task that still sits in front of them. Eduardo Rodriguez pitched well, Hanley Ramirez went deep and Boston’s bullpen hung on Saturday as the Red Sox defeated the Yankees 5-3...
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John Farrell Press Conference Quote or Motivational Poster Slogan?

The Red Sox may be Hindenburging it through June, but it’s all sunshine, licorice and free bikes in John Farrelland. These days, his raging optimism is about the only power source we can locate within a 10 mile radius of Fenway Park. In fact, it’s so intense, it’s beginning to sound like every motivational quote poster we’ve ever seen tacked to an office wall. Can you spot...
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June 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Red Sox running out of time, answers for manager Farrell

A glimpse at the current MLB standings tell us that the 2015 season isn’t going well for the Red Sox to this point. With a 27-34 record, Boston holds last place in the AL East, seven games behind the Yankees, with the second-worst winning percentage (.443) in the league. The only team that’s worse is the Athletics, whom the Red Sox swept in three games at Fenway Park earlier...
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June 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Butterfield Magic: Should the Red Sox fire John Farrell?

Bill Foley (@Foles74)Contributing Writer The Boston Red Sox haven’t fired a manager during the since they canned Jimy Williams in 2001. Michael Ivins/Getty Images That move didn’t work out too well as pitching coach Joe Kerrigan took over and promised to write the lineup in stone. Instead, he used a different lineup nearly every night and went 17-26 in his short stay as...
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May 09, 2015  |  Discuss

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