Tag Archives: Boston Red Sox

Shaunessy: The Red Sox Season is Not Going to End Tonight

This video has been making the rounds today and it's pretty funny so I thought I'd share it. It features Boston Red Sox clown beatwriter Dan Shaunessy declaring that the Red Sox season was not going to end Wednesday night. This was at about 10:00 p.m. while the Red Sox-Orioles game was in rain delay. ...

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Red Sox Sign Yankees Plan B Carl Crawford

Via Peter Abraham of the Journal News Boston Globe: Source: The Red Sox have a seven-year, $142 million deal done with Carl Crawford. This makes things potentially very rough for the Yankees. For one, the Angels had Crawford as their no. 1 target and now may turn their attention to Cliff Lee. Two, this just ...

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Red Sox-Adrian Gonzalez Trade Back On, Werth to the Nationals

Update: The Red Sox-Padres trade for Adrian Gonzalez is back on according to Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated. It's the original deal. They have not reach an agreement on a contract, at least not announced one. Heyman reports that the eventual extension will be a seven-year $161 million deal. The reason they would wait to announce ...

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Yankees vs. Red Sox: Big Series For the Yankees and Their Success in the Playoffs

Yankees vs. Red Sox, the most storied and greatest rivalry in sports will have a little less meaning this time around because of Boston's injury plagued season that has left them on the brink of elimination, but it still is a must win series for the Bronx Bombers. The Red Sox are going to be on the outside ...

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Time For The Yankees to Bury The Red Sox

The Yankees play 13 games from now until All Star Break; those 13 games consist of seven games against Seattle, three against Toronto, and three against Oakland. Very average teams for the Yanks. The Bombers should take 10 of those 13 games, considering Seattle is in last place, and both Oakland and Toronto are third place teams. On the other ...

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Up and Down Goes the Coaster as Thames, Yanks Walk Off on Top

Yes, the four-hour slug-fest returned Monday night for yet another memorable game. I'm going to try to keep this as short as possible. The Yankees spanked Daisuke Matsuzaka in the first inning. Derek Jeter singled to lead off the inning, followed by a Brett Gardner single and a Mark Teixiera walk to load the bases. Alex ...

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Vazquez Start vs BoSox will be Skipped; Next Start 5/10 vs Tigers

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Well the expected is now official as Joe Girardi said before Monday nights game vs Baltimore that Javier Vazquez will not pitch in the upcoming weekend series at Fenway Park. Girardi's exact words were "We'll give him a couple days to catch his breath" and apparently Javy asked the Yankee skipper to not change the ...

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Yankees Off Monday Before Opening Day; AL East Recap

As the Yankees get ready for opening day tomorrow (1pm EST Pettitte vs E. Santana) the Red Sox, Orioles, Rays, and Blue Jays all played Monday. Boston 2 Minnesota 5 The Grand-Opening of the Twins new ballpark, Target Field. Joe Mauer (MIN): 3/5 2 RBI Jason Kubel (MIN): 3/4 HR 2 RBI Carl Pavano (W): 6 IP 4 hits 1 ...

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