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Pawtucket Red Sox 2014 Breakdown: Evaluating Boston’s Triple-A Squad

The Pawtucket Red Sox tasted championship success in 2014. The PawSox won their second Governors’ Cup in three seasons, highlighting the talent that continues to filter through the Boston Red Sox’s Triple-A affiliate. Several players even jumped to the majors and could factor into Boston’s 2015 plans. Triple-A is interesting because September call-ups often create a depleted...
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Friday Links: The kids are alright

Photo credit: Kelly O’Connor While most of the baseball world tuned in to Derek Jeter’s historic final game at Yankees Stadium, the Red Sox were busy routing the Tampa Bay Rays for the second straight night. Similar to Anthony Ranaudo on Wednesday, Allen Webster ended his season on a high note by holding the Rays to just one run on seven hits, over 7 innings pitched. While the...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox power their way past the Rays, 11-1

Too late to make an impact, the Red Sox have stumbled upon the perfect winning formula the last two nights: have a young pitcher go deeper into a start than he ever has and let some of the six rookies in the lineup do the rest. One night after Anthony Ranaudo pitched seven innings for the first time in his career, Allen Webster did the same and got backing from Rusney Castillo ...
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Allen Webster Finishes 2014 Strong, Gives Red Sox Reason For Optimism

BOSTON — Allen Webster supplied the Red Sox with his offseason parting gift Thursday. One night after Anthony Ranaudo finished his strong year of development with a solid start against the Tampa Bay Rays at Fenway Park, Webster followed suit, producing another very good outing to close out his season on a positive note. Webster now enters the offseason with a head of steam. ...
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Sox Beat Rays 11-3 As Season Comes to A Close

The Red Sox had Anthony Ranaudo on the mound and while he ended up giving up a couple of runs in the 1st inning, the Sox took the end and never looked back.  The Sox scored 5 runs in the 4th inning and then 4 more runs in the 6th inning taking advantage of some poor pitching and some defensive mistakes from the Rays. The Rays jumped out to an early lead when Ranaudo gave up 2 runs...
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Thursday Links: Rookies help rout Rays

Photo credit: Kelly O’Connor While no Red Sox rookie has truly captured a rotation spot on next years team, Anthony Ranaudo left a good final impression in his last start of the 2014 season. After the Rays tallied two first inning runs against the right-hander, Ranaudo settled down and went on to toss 7 innings of 6 hit baseball. The 24-year old’s rough first inning was his only...
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Red Sox rout wild Rays, 11-3

Somewhere in the mess that was the Red Sox-Tampa Bay Rays marathon Wednesday night was a fine pitching performance from Anthony Ranaudo. In a game that saw the teams take two hours to complete the first four innings and featured Rays pitchers issuing nine walks -- including three with the bases loaded in one inning -- Ranaudo went seven innings and allowed just two runs on six hits...
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Anthony Ranaudo’s Excellent Year Of Development Ends Well With Red Sox

BOSTON — Anthony Ranaudo can take pride in his 2014 season. While Ranaudo experienced both highs and lows in seven starts with the Red Sox, the 25-year-old made impressive strides between the majors and Triple-A Pawtucket. Ranaudo might not crack Boston’s 2015 Opening Day starting rotation, but he’s certainly part of the overall plan. “I think if he takes a step back and...
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Red Sox Notes: Rusney Castillo Displays Wheels, Other Notable Qualities

BOSTON — The Red Sox snapped a five-game home losing streak in a big way. The Red Sox downed the Tampa Bay Rays 11-3 on Wednesday at Fenway Park. It was Boston’s best offensive output since scoring 11 runs Aug. 26 against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. The win was the Red Sox’s 69th of the season, pulling them even with Bobby Valentine’s 2012 squad, which finished...
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Anthony Ranaudo Ends First MLB Season With Solid Outing, Win (Video)

Anthony Ranaudo certainly had his ups and downs in his first stint with the Boston Red Sox, but the right-handed starter ended his season on a high note. The 25-year-old walked away with the win in his final start of the season in an 11-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays at Fenway Park Wednesday night. It was a serious improvement on his other six starts with the Red Sox. Ranaudo...
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Jake Odorizzi chased early, Rays routed by Red Sox

BOSTON (AP) -- Anthony Ranaudo pitched seven strong innings, and Garin Cecchini hit his first major league home run to help the fifth-place Boston Red Sox beat the fourth-place Tampa Bay Rays 11-3 on Wednesday night. The Red Sox twice batted around, scoring five runs in the fourth inning and four more in the sixth, when they drew five walks -- three with the bases loaded. Ranaudo...
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Red Sox top sloppy Rays 11-3

BOSTON (AP) Anthony Ranaudo pitched seven strong innings, and Garin Cecchini hit his first major league home run to help the fifth-place Boston Red Sox beat the fourth-place Tampa Bay Rays 11-3 on Wednesday night. The Red Sox twice batted around, scoring five runs in the fourth inning and four more in the sixth, when they drew five walks - three with the bases loaded. Ranaudo (4...
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Jake Odorizzi chased early, Rays routed by Red Sox

BOSTON (AP) -- Anthony Ranaudo pitched seven strong innings, and Garin Cecchini hit his first major league home run to help the fifth-place Boston Red Sox beat the fourth-place Tampa Bay Rays 11-3 on Wednesday night. The Red Sox twice batted around, scoring five runs in the fourth inning and four more in the sixth, when they drew five walks -- three with the bases loaded. Ranaudo...
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Red Sox-Rays Live: Anthony Ranaudo Makes Final Start Of 2014 Season

Five games remain on the Boston Red Sox’s 2014 schedule. That means each remaining starter is set to make his final start of the season. It will be Anthony Ranaudo’s turn Wednesday. He’ll be on the bump against the Tampa Bay Rays in the second of three games between the underachieving American League East foes at Fenway Park. Ranaudo has hit a rough patch, dropping his last...
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Prospects To Help Sox In 2015

Mike Davis Contributing WriterThe young prospects of the Red Sox will play a major role in the success of the team next season. Young starter Henry Owens has put up phenomenal numbers for the Sox minor league teams this season. The only reason why he is not starting in the big leagues right now is because of an innings cap. Henry Owens could help us fill a spot in the rotation,...
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Red Sox Rookies Don Halloween Costumes For Flight From Baltimore (Photos)

Ah, rookie dress-up day. A tradition like no other. First-year players traditionally suit up in their finest Halloween costumes for the flight home after the Boston Red Sox’s final road trip of each season, and this year’s crop of rookies did not disappoint. Rookie Dress Up Day! 😳 http://t.co/uA7ARUMHc1— Anthony Ranaudo (@anthony_ranaudo) September 21, 2014 It was a strong...
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Red Sox’s Quest To Build 2015 Starting Rotation Becoming Very Daunting

The Boston Red Sox’s 2015 starting rotation still isn’t taking shape. It’s becoming increasingly clear as the 2014 season winds down that the Red Sox’s attempt to assemble a formidable rotation — one capable of leading the club back into contention next season — is going to be more difficult than originally anticipated. Boston’s current crop of young starters has done...
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Anthony Ranaudo Wins Amica Pitcher Of The Week

The long ball has doomed Anthony Ranaudo during his short tenure in the bigs. The Boston Red Sox right-hander looked more or less solid during the 4-0 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday night at PNC Park, but in what has become the trend for the young pitcher, a couple of pitches proved to be the difference. Ranaudo gave up a two-run homer to Russell Martin in the second inning...
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Sox Get Shut Out in Loss to Pirates

The Red Sox headed into Pittsburgh to play a series against the Pirates as the season winds down.  The Sox had rookie Anthony Ranaudo on the mound and he kept with his trend of giving up the long ball.  Ranaudo took his 3rd loss of the season while once again another team pitched a shutout against the Sox. The Pirates first got on the scoreboard in the 2nd inning when Ranaudo gave...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox Shut Out For Fifteenth Time; Lose, 4-0

(Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)Here are the key take-aways from last night's 4-0 Boston loss: 1.) this is the 15th time this year that the Red Sox have be shut out by an opponent (that's exactly 10% of the games they've played); 2.) they were 0-10 with runners in scoring position; 3.) they left eight men on base. That pretty much sums up the 2014 edition of your...
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Searching for Means of Improvement in Boston’s Young Starters

The early returns from the Red Sox’s crop of young starters haven’t been pretty, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have any room for improvement. Although the second half of the season has seen the Red Sox wallow down in the depths of the AL East, the final couple months have given Boston’s front office a chance to assess the club’s future. Ben Cherington has taken the...
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Anthony Ranaudo: ‘I Obviously Have To Do A Better Job’ (Video)

Anthony Ranaudo’s best quality as a pitcher might be his self-awareness. The Boston Red Sox right-hander took a tough 4-0 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday, during which he gave up two home runs. But Ranaudo didn’t make any excuses. “If we look back at all my starts, the common theme is the home runs, and I obviously have to do a better job,” Ranaudo said. “I just...
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Red Sox Notes: Anthony Ranaudo Working Through Struggles With Long Ball

The Pittsburgh Pirates needed a win to stay in the National League playoff hunt, and they played like it Tuesday night. A pair of long balls were enough for the home team as the Boston Red Sox sputtered to a 4-0 loss to the Pirates in their series opener at PNC Park. Not all was bleak, however. Let’s take a look at some positives and negatives from Tuesday’s game. - Anthony...
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Red Sox-Pirates Live: Anthony Ranaudo Looks To Dash Pittsburgh’s Playoff Hopes

The Boston Red Sox don’t have much to play for as the 2014 season winds down, but the same can’t be said of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Pittsburgh is in the thick of the National League playoff hunt, sitting in second place in the NL Central and owning the second Wild Card spot by 1.5 games with a 79-70 record as of Tuesday. The Red Sox kick off a three game set at PNC Park Tuesday...
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Daily DraftKings Picks: Tuesday, Sep 16

Yesterday my Official Lineup performed quite well, scoring 148.00 points and finishing 627th-of-5,750 in what was a day of high points totals. Pitching paved the way as Jacob deGrom fanned 13 Marlins in the early game and then Andrew Cashner outdid him with a complete game shutout. The Dodgers scored 11 runs as expected, though admittedly I hoped for more points out of the guys I...
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