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Sox Get Swept By Indians to End The Season

The Red Sox came into the final game of the season in 2o15 with Rick Porcello on the mound vs. Danny Salazar for the Indians.  The Sox were hoping for a win to not be swept out of 2015.  The Sox got the first run, but the Indians scored last and sent the Sox packing with another loss in the season. The Sox scored their one and only run in the game in the top of the 1st inning....
Via Fenway West
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Game 157 Recap: Red Sox 10, Yankees 4

Rick Porcello put together a solid outing after a rough first inning and the offense knocked Michael Pineda around the ballpark to earn a nice win, Boston’s fifth in a row! The Sox’s win kept the Yankees from getting their 10,000th victory as a franchise and pushed New York one step closer to being eliminated from winning the division. Top Play (WPA): Despite the loss, the...
Via BP Boston
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Sox Lose Against Rays; Stay in the Basement in the AL East

The Red Sox took to the field against the Rays once again in a battle for who is the worst in the AL East.  The Sox had Rick Porcello on the mound vs. Drew Smyly for the Rays.  It was a battle of the former Tigers and in this instance Smyly would end up coming out on top.  Porcello kept the Rays off the scoreboard until the 7th inning, but it would end up unraveling quickly. Porcello...
Via Fenway West
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox Notes: Rick Porcello’s First Inning Sign Of Things To Come In Loss

Rick Porcello’s first inning Friday night was a sign of things to come. The Boston Red Sox right-hander struck out Ben Revere to open the game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre, but the next two batters reached on back-to-back singles. Porcello got out of the jam thanks to a double play, but his hard work was far from over. The fourth inning ultimately cost him...
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Rick Porcello Reflects On Rough Outing For Red Sox Vs. Blue Jays (Video)

Rick Porcello came into Friday night on fire. The Boston Red Sox right-hander was 3-1 in four starts since returning from the disabled list. But that streak came to an end against the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday in Boston’s 6-1 loss at Rogers Centre. “I think the two things I can take away from tonight that were in my control that I didn’t do very well was the leadoff walk...
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox Wrap: Rick Porcello Struggles In Boston’s 6-1 Loss Vs. Blue Jays

The Red Sox’s trip north of the border didn’t start well Friday, as Boston couldn’t keep up with the American League East-leading Toronto Blue Jays in a 6-1 loss at Rogers Centre. GAME IN A WORD Reverse. Rick Porcello entered Friday’s matchup with a 3-1 record since returning from the disabled list. But that positive momentum didn’t continue, as he struggled from the get...
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Rick Porcello’s Rebound Real?

Anytime a season goes as poorly as 2015 has gone for the Red Sox, there are going to be a lot of disappointments. Between Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez, much of the blame for 2015 has gone toward the two big offensive additions, and rightfully so. Both players have performed much more poorly than any reasonable person could’ve expected them to. With that being said, one could...
Via BP Boston
September 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Rick Porcello Wins Amica Pitcher Of The Week For Blanking White Sox

Rick Porcello is back. The Boston Red Sox right-hander was masterful Wednesday night in his first game back from the disabled list. Porcello blanked the Chicago White Sox through seven innings at U.S. Cellular Field, allowing just five hits and issuing no walks while striking out five in Boston’s 3-0 win. That performance was enough to earn Porcello Amica Pitcher of the Week. The...
August 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Why Rick Porcello's big deal is a big deal

Contrary to the belief of many, Marvin Miller did not awaken from the dead and scream out, “Now that’s too much money” upon hearing of the contract extension provided right-hander Rick Porcello by the Red Sox. He merely rolled over in his grave. Miller was the driving force for player freedom in Major League Baseball. His brilliance as an attorney and ability to outwit...
Via The Sports Post
April 09, 2015  |  Discuss

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