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Saturday, November 28, 2015

Articles tagged: Boston Red Sox

Die, Danny Vinik, Die

I loathe you, Danny Vinik.  You are the anti-Steve Bartman, the next Jeffrey Maier. Danny Vinik ended the game for the Angels, making the play of the night for the Red Sox — outside of the Manny Ramirez walk off that’s headed to Canada — snagging that foul pop up from Jeff Mathis. At…Read More

Jonathan Papelbon Does the Irish Jig

I just don’t even know what to make of this video. Is he drunk? Is he high? Is he just that giddy? Either way, he’s challenging Joakim Noah for the biggest clown yet. Brace yourself: Napoleon Dynamite would not be proud. Thanks to 100% Injury Rate for the vid.

That Was Definitely Blood on Curt Schilling’s Sock

End the speculation. It was definitely blood on the sock. No question about it. And I will dissect every aspect of it: First, the surgeon explains it all himself (but of course the skeptics would say he’s part of Schilling’s click). Second, an interview on Cold Pizza with a spokesman for the Hall of Fame,…Read More

Jonathan Papelbon Is Nails

After all the back-and-forth garbage throughout the off-season and Spring Training, it was easy to see after last night’s game why the Red Sox moved Jonathan Papelbon back to the bullpen. The stud closer was uber-clutch in closing out the 3-2 victory over the Rangers, preserving the win for Curt Schilling, and bailing out Joel…Read More

Baseball Preview: Boston Red Sox

An opening day preview of the Boston Red Sox including a list of what fans should and shouldn’t be excited about, how the off-season went, and where the club will finish

Terry Francona wants Papelbon in Pen

Red Sox manager Terry Francona leaves no room for question – he wants Jonathan Papelbon to be his closer. Of course he does. Papelbon was nearly un-hittable last year – giving up just 7 earned runs (7!!) in over 68 innings pitched, only 3 home runs, and only 53 base-runners. Clearly Jonathan won't have that…Read More

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