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The Boston Red Sox lost yesterday to the Toronto Blue Jays by a score of 10-3.  Eduardo Rodriguez had a rough outing while Marcus Stroman breezed through the Red Sox lineup.  The Sox look to bounce back and take game three of the four-game series as Rick Porcello takes the hill tonight.  Right-hander Aaron Sanchez

Yesterday, David Price returned from the disabled list just in time to face his favorite opponent, the Toronto Blue Jays. The 33-year-old left-hander entered the day with a 21-3 record against the Canadian squad and proceeded to prove that it was no fluke, giving up just three hits. Xander Bogaerts and Rafael Devers combined for

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Tonight the 23-20 Red Sox are starting a three-game series with the 29-15 Hosuton Astros, who come into town riding an eight-game win streak. In game one of the set, the Sox plan to throw starter Rick Porcello while Houston counters with hard-throwing right hander Gerrit Cole. This is a huge series for Boston. They

The Boston Red Sox pitching staff struck out a total of 24 batters through 11 innings of work.  Unfortunately, Chris Sale’s 17 strikeout performance was not enough to carry the Sox as they lost 5-4 in extra innings.  Eduardo Rodriguez takes the hill for the Sox in hopes to split their two-game series with the

The Boston Red Sox have been on a tear as of late, winning 11 of their last thirteen games, building a five-game winning streak in the process. The pitching staff has combined for a 2.74 ERA and the offense has exploded for 34 runs in the past three games alone. Tonight, Chris Sale and the

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Yesterday the Red Sox had an off day after taking two out of three from the Baltimore Orioles.  Still, their win in the series finale on Wednesday was a good one as they won 2-1 in 12 innings. Chris Sale returned to peak form going 8 strong innings striking out 14 batters. Andrew Benintendi played

“Customers rate LinkedIn Jobs number-one in delivering quality hires. Post a job today at LinkedIn dot com slash GARDEN and get fifty dollars off your first job post. That’s LinkedIn dot com slash GARDEN. Terms and conditions apply.” Adrew Benintendi hit the game winning home run in extras, Chris Sale looked like Chris Sale, and

The Boston Red Sox took game two of a three-game series against Baltimore yesterday by a score of eight to five. Marcus Walden received the win as JD Martinez and Mitch Moreland went yard. The Sox look to close out the series as Chris Sale takes the hill against Andrew Cashner. First pitch is scheduled

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When it was announced early Monday afternoon that David Price was heading to the 10-Day DL, his spot in the rotation was left wide open. Josh Smith, a recent Pawtucket call up, was thrown into starting for the first time since 2016. He didn’t fare so well, suffering a grand slam in the second inning.

Yesterday afternoon the Red Sox finished up their four-game series with the Chicago White Sox defeating them by a final score of 9-2. The win gets Boston ever so close to the .500 mark as their record currently sits at 17-18. The matchup between the Sox yesterday was highly contested throughout. Both starters managed to

The Red Sox looked great throughout in the opening game of their road-trip. Andrew Benintendi, Mookie Betts, and J.D. Martinez combined to go 8-13, while David Price gave Boston a quality start. The only real mistake of his was giving up a two-run shot to Chicago’s James McCann. With a one run lead heading into

Mitch Moreland and Christian Vazquez powered the Red Sox to a series sweep over the Athletics in a 7-3 victory Wednesday night. Ramon Laureano who was a thorn in the Red Sox side for the series earlier in the season in Oakland got the Athletics on the board first with an RBI single in the

The Boston Red Sox were able to take game two of yesterday over the Athletics thanks to Rick Porcello’s eight shutout innings. Mookie Betts and Mitch Moreland each went yard as the Sox won 5-1. The Sox look to take the sweep as they close out the series today at 1:05. Hector Velázquez takes the

A rocky start from Eduardo Rodriguez had Monday night’s game looking like many others this season. This time, however, the Red Sox dug themselves out of the hole with a six-run third inning rally. Production came from all areas of the lineup as Michael Chavis continued his hot streak and Jackie Bradley Jr. even got

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Yesterday afternoon the Red Sox lost to the Tampa Bay Rays by a final of 5-2.  Tyler Glasnow got the win for Tampa while Chris Sale fell to an eye popping 0-5 on the year. This drops the Sox overall record to a very disappointing 11-17 while the division leading Rays improved to 18-9. It

Rick Porcello got the win versus his former team and helped the Red Sox improve to 11-15 while Detroit fell to 12-12 on the year. The Sox got on the board early and often against Tigers starter Jordan Zimmerman. Rookie Michael Chavis started the scoring in the bottom of the second with a two-run shot

Headed by Eduardo Rodriguez’s near-perfect pitching performance and a string of clutch hits from the bottom of the lineup, Boston was able to get the revenge it desired after being swept in Tuesday’s doubleheader. Today, it’s a battle of the ugly ducklings. Rick Porcello and Jordan Zimmerman are each 0-3 and desperately need a win

The Boston Red Sox lost both games to the Detroit Tigers in their doubleheader on Tuesday. Chris Sale faced off against Matthew Boyd in game one. The Tigers won game one by a score of seven to four. Colton Brewer received the loss for the Sox. In game two, Hector Velázquez received the loss for

Chris Sale will be on the mound for the first game of the double header still in search of his first win of the season. Sale has not looked like himself to start the season going 0-4 with an 8.50 ERA. Sale has publicly talked about his struggles and this is a good chance to

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Yesterday afternoon the Red Sox defeated the first place Tampa Bay Rays in 11 innings by a final score of 4 to 3. This completes Boston’s first series victory and sweep on the season. David Price continued rolling like the rest of the rotation, going 5 innings while striking out 10 batters. The Rays got

The Red Sox had an off-day yesterday, but tonight, the Sox take on the division leading Tampa Bay Rays. This is huge series for the Red Sox to make up some ground in the division. At 6-13, Boston is 8 games back of the 14-5 Rays. Boston will be sending Eduardo Rodriguez to the hill

Brett Gardner hit a grand slam off Ryan Brasier in the 7th inning for his 100th career home run, completing the 2 game sweep of the Red Sox in a 5-3 game. The Red Sox at one point had a 3 run lead in this game as JD Martinez hit a first inning solo shot

The Boston Red Sox dropped their first game against the New York Yankees last night in an ugly fashion. The final score was 8-0. Chris Sale continued to struggle as he allowed four earned runs through five innings. Sale has yet to receive a win and is 0-4 to begin the season. Nathan Eovaldi gets

Yesterday was Marathon Monday, and boy did the Baltimore Orioles run all over the Red Sox. Unlike the narrow finish between Lawrence Cherono and Lelisa Desisa on Boylston Street, Boston could barely manage a single tally to counter the eight-run assault the Orioles mounted at Fenway. The focus now shifts to New York where the

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Yesterday afternoon the Red Sox defeated the Baltimore Orioles by a final score of 4 to 0. The Red Sox finally got a great start out of one of their starters as David Price spanked the Orioles lineup by going 7 shutout innings. Baltimore also got a pretty good game out of starter John Means

The first two innings flew by for Boston starter Nathan Eovaldi but he ran into trouble in the third. Eovaldi first gave up a three-run shot to Jays DH Justin Smoak, then a two-run bomb to first baseman Rowdy Tellez, giving the Jays a commanding 5-0 lead early on. Despite the starting pitching giving Boston

The Red Sox had an off day yesterday and with how the season has started for the team it may serve as a turning point. It was a disappointing opening day for the Red Sox on Tuesday as they fell to the Blue Jays 7-5. Boston is now 3-9 on the season as they look

The Red Sox continue their horrendous start to the season by dropping their home-opener to the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday by a score of 7-5.  Chris Sale continued his struggles as his ERA is up to 9.  Sale pitched four innings while giving up five runs and seven hits. It’s The FINAL FOUR, baby!

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Battered, bruised, and beat the defending champs are on their way home. Finally. Excuses are out of the window now. It’s time to see what this Boston team is made of after tieing a franchise-worst start to the season. Looking to right the sinking ship is Chris Sale, who despite his below average velocity suffered

Yesterday afternoon the Red Sox won the series finale against the Arizona Diamondbacks, winning 1-0. This game ends a brutal road trip for the Red Sox that started in Seattle. At 3-8 they sit at fourth in the American League East heading into their home opener. Still, Sunday’s game definitely had some things to build

Eduardo Rodriguez put up another stinker on the mound only going 3 2/3 innings giving up 6 runs. The offense did not help either as they could not get anything going. For the A’s, Stephen Piscotty went 4-4 with a walk. The outfielder hit a 3-run bomb off of Rodriguez in the third inning. At

The Red Sox rotation has gotten off to a very slow start and that trend slightly continued last night as Nathan Eovaldi had trouble controlling his pitches but he did go 5 innings and kept the Red Sox in the game down 3. 3 runs at the time seemed like an insurmountable feat considering the

The Boston Red Sox are making a few adjustments to their lineup after being shut out by the Oakland A’s last night. Highlighting the changes, Andrew Benintendi will move to the leadoff spot, with Mookie Betts hitting second. Some good news for Sox fans, Alex Cora announced earlier today World Series MVP Steve Pearce is

Though the pitching woes continued for the Red Sox, it was the offense that couldn’t get it together last night, combining for a lackluster four total hits in the 7-0 shutout loss. Chris Sale will look to redeem himself this evening after a shaky Opening Day Start.

Five months after claiming their ninth World Series Title, the Red Sox surrendered 12 runs to the Seattle Mariners in a blowout loss. Now, Boston owns a new title: Most Runs Given Up by the Defending Champs on Opening Day. The upside is that it’s only day one. Tonight, Nathan Eovaldi will look to resume

Chris Sale and the Boston Red Sox get set to kick off the 2019 season as they travel up north to Seattle Washington to take on the Mariners. Sale takes the mound just days after inking his brand new extension with the Red Sox that will keep him in Boston an extra five seasons to

For some reason Alex Barth (@RealAlexBarth) decided to accept another invitation to come on GTLO. If you have been living under a rock for the past 19 years, you may not know that Boston has captured 12 championships. Names like Brady, Ortiz, Pierce, and Chara come to mind right away. But what about Curtis Leskanic,

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While the New York Yankees were busy trading top rated prospect Justus Sheffield for James Paxton, and the Tampa Bay Rays were occupied inking a deal with 2018 All-Star Charlie Morton, the Boston Red Sox stayed quiet during this year’s winter meetings. General Manager Dave Dombrowski decided instead to let fireballers Joe Kelly and Craig

It’s official. Nathan Eovaldi will be returning to the Red Sox. According to the Athletic and Mark Feinsand the deal is four years and 67.5 million. After being acquired from the Tampa Bay Rays on July 25, Eovaldi went 3-3 with a 3.33 ERA in 11 starts and one long-relief appearance. In September Eovaldi came

1:25 Alex Cora Snubbed Manager of Year? 7:08 Mookie Betts win MVP 13:55 Steve Pearce Coming Back to Boston 19:11 Nathan Eovaldi’s Future This Episode will be available on Monday, November 18 via iTunes, Stitcher and

3:28 Mookie Betts and JD win Sliver Slugger 8:00 Manager of year voting preview 16:34 Kimbrel denies qualifying offer 19:49 MLB Roy Awards This weeks episode will be available for download on Monday November 12 on the CLNS Media Network

Get The Ledd Out will be in regular rotation from here on out, and that is a Leddy guarantee. @Steve_Perrault of Bleacher Report and co-host of Barstool Sports’ “Section 10 Podcast” joins the show on the heels of the most dominant season in Red Sox history.  Also Perrault reacts to my surefire way to save baseball’s popularity.

2:23 Red Sox Parade 12:10 Alex Cora Manager of Year? 15:12 MVP Snub…NO JD?!? 27:05 Craig Kimbrel gets qualifying offer This episode of Red Sox Beat episode will be available on Monday November 5. You can listen on iTunes, Stitcher and

The Boston Red Sox, just a week after winning the World Series, had the most players in the American League named as Rawlings Gold Glove winners, with right fielder Mookie Betts, center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and second baseman Ian Kinsler receiving honors Sunday night. Betts won the award for the third straight year while

This year’s parade route will begin at Fenway Park, then head down Lansdowne Street, take a right on Ipswich Street, and then a left on Boylston Street to Tremont Street. The parade then will head straight onto Cambridge Street and finish at New Sudbury Street. Right before the parade started Red Sox fans got some

We now know what time the city of Boston will be holding their World Series parade for the Boston Red Sox. The duck boats will begin rolling through the city at 11AM and it’ll be rain or shine. Some Red Sox offseason rumors have already begun as infielder Eduardo Nunez has made it known that

The Boston Red Sox are the 2018 World Series champions. Last night in game 5 of the world series the Red Sox defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 to win the seires 4-1. After a franchise record 108 regular season wins, the Red Sox went on to dispatch the Yankees, the defending champion Astros, and

5:00 David Price Boston Hero 11:26 Red Sox Bullpen Final Hoorah 21:22 Alex Cora Biggest Impact 28:57 Steve Pearce Instant legend This week’s episode will be available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Monday, October 29.

David Price earns his second postseason career win as he looks relatively dominant against the Los Angeles Dodgers in game two of the World Series. After the offense helped push the Red Sox to a strong game one victory, game two saw a little bit of a different story as their starting and relief pitching

Far from the pitching duel that baseball analysts expected, the Boston Red Sox powered their way to an 8-4 game one World Series win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Andrew Benintendi solidified himself in franchise history, becoming only the third Red Sox player ever to have four hits in a World Series contest, while Eduardo

Chris Sale looks to be healthy enough to start game one of the World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. After defeating the Houston Astros in five games, the Red Sox look to head back to the World Series to take on a team who they have very little experience with. The Dodgers will be

3:44 David Price vindicated? 10:04 JBJ ALCS MVP…deserved or not? 16:00 Steven Wright possible return 19:10 Kimbrel Struggles linger into World Series 25:21 World Series preview This episode will be available on Monday, October 22 on iTunes, Stitcher and the CLNS Mobile Podcast app. Our Presenting Sponsor: One in 100- Score a Pair of Celtics,

Behind an amazing David Price performance the Red Sox eliminated the defending champion Houston Astros 4-1 to advance to the world series. For the first time since 2013 the Red Sox are going to the world series and now await the winner of the Dodgers and Brewers. Price finished with nine strikeouts and no walks.

In a wild game that took 4 hours and 33 minutes the Red Sox improved to 4-0 on the road in the playoffs with an 8-6 victory over the Astros.The Red Sox have outscored opponents 36-12 on the road this postseason, and are now just one win away from the World Series. The Red Sox

Nathan Eovaldi continued right where he left off in game three of the ALDS, throwing six frames of two run baseball against the former World Series Champs. Matched with a five run offensive outburst in the eighth, the Red Sox took home an 8-2 victory and now find themselves up two games to one in

Nathan Eovaldi and the Red Sox prepare for game three against the Houston Astros in Houston as the series sits tied at one and one. After a strong offensive showing in game two, the Sox look to keep that same stride as one would have to against the horse of a Houston Astros lineup. Nathan

4:10 ALCS game 1 thoughts 9:19 Rick Porcello out of bullpen 13:00 Bullpen down to trusted arms 18:32 Alex Cora blame free? 22:57 Was Price good enough? This Episode will be available for download on Monday, October 15 via iTunes, Stitcher and the CLNS Mobile Podcast App Our Presenting Sponsor: One in 100- Score a

Game 1of the ALCS is saturday night and is scheduled to start at 8:09 p.m. On the mound for the Red Sox is Chris Sale and he faces off against Houston’s ace Justin Verlander. There were a lot of questions surrounding Chris Sale and his health entering the playoffs, but he dispelled those questions by

Rick Porcello lasted five full innings in a strong outing on Tuesday night as the Red Sox took home the third and final win of the ALDS. Craig Kimbrel did not make things easy in the ninth inning but the Red Sox early offensive showing was enough for the 4-3 win over the New York

(Content produced has been created by Jess Thomas of CLNS Media) The Red Sox absolutely laid a beatdown on the Yankees in New York last night for game three of the ALDS. On the backs of a stellar pitching performance by Nathan Eovaldi and the first cycle ever in the MLB postseason by Brock Holt,

For the first time since 2004, the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees are playoff opponents. Game one of the American League Division Series on Friday night went to the Red Sox. Solid pitching performances, matched with J.D. Martinez’s first inning home run propelled Boston to a 5-4 victory. David Price’s playoff woes continued

3:33 Chris Sale answers the bell 7:21 Game 1 bullpen issues 14:28 David Price struggles again….what now? 22:25 Steven Wright injury significance This episode is available on Monday, October 8 on iTunes and Stitcher as well the CLNS Mobile Podcast App. Our Presenting Sponsor: One in 100– Score a Pair of Celtics, Patriots Bruins or Red

The Yankees did not just win in the AL wildcard game they made a statement. Aaron Judge in the first inning hit an absolute bomb of a home run hit 116 mph giving the Yankees a 2-0 lead. Luis Severino conquerd his wild card demons after his performance last season combining with betances for 10

The Boston Red Sox found out who they would face in the ALDS Wednesday night, as their hated rivals the New York Yankees took down the Oakland A’s in the AL Wild Card to set up the first-ever meeting in the divisional round between the AL East foes.  On Friday night, Chris Sale will look

The Athletics are the feel good story of the MLB playoffs this year being the first team in 30 years to make the playoffs with the leagues’ lowest opening day payroll. Meanwhile the Yankees finished the season with the third most wins in baseball and have a 166 million dollar payroll compared to the 60

J.D. Martinez knocked his 43rd home run out of Fenway Park on Sunday afternoon, solidifying his place as the RBI king, while Mookie Betts collected his own hardware, taking home the America League batting title in the Red Sox 10-2 route of the New York Yankees. Boston finished the regular season 108-54, a franchise record,

2:18 Red Sox finish regular season 4:30 Cora resting players right decision? 8:46 Chris Sale concern going into playoffs 18:55 JD v Mookie MVP one final debate 25:48 Yanks v A’s Wild Card This episode will be available for download on Monday, October 1 on iTunes and Stitcher, as well as the CLNS Mobile Podcast

The Red Sox look to wrap up the regular season this week as they welcome the second place Yankees into Fenway Park for game one of the final three-game set. The Red Sox have nothing left to play for other than padding stats, but the Yankees continue to fight for home-field advantage over the Oakland

The Red Sox won in convincing fashion in game one of the doubleheader Wednesday defeating the Orioles 19-3. The Red Sox had 14 extra-base in the game. This was the highest tally in the majors this year and the most for Boston since 1950. David Price had a rough start to the game, but settled

The Red Sox and Orioles game was postponed last night so there will be a doubleheader today. The first game is scheduled for a 1:05 p.m. start and the second game is slated to start at 7:10 p.m. David Price is set to the start the first game for the Red Sox and Chris Sale

With a 6-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles last night, the Boston Red Sox collected their 106th win on the season, eclipsing the former franchise win record and sealing the number one spot in the American League. Tonight, David Price will look to bounce back from last week’s rough outing against the New York Yankees

3:20 Celebrating with class? 16:55 The bullpen different come playoffs 22:55 When does playoff loss stop being a dissapointment? 34:35 Last week predictions This episode will be available on Monday September 24, on iTunes, Stitcher and the CLNS Mobile Podcast App.

The Boston Red Sox were denied home field advantage and the franchise win record in consecutive nights due to back to back walkoff wins from the Cleveland Indians. The AL East champions return to Fenway Park as they look to wrap up the final six games of the season on a a high note.

The Red Sox won their third consecutive AL East championship last night in New York with an 11-6 victory over the Yankees. The Red Sox may have lost the 3 game series, but there is no sweeter feeling than clinching the division in your division rivals’ house. Mookie Betts hit his 30th home run off

After a day off yesterday, the Red Sox send Nathan Eovaldi to the mound to open up a three-game set with the New York Yankees. Boston enters today’s matchup with an 11.5 game lead over New York and the magic number now sits at just two. The Sox are one win in the Bronx away

In a pitching duel that featured both league’s probable Cy Young winner, the Red Sox offense tagged Mets ace Jacob DeGrom for three runs, something that no team has been able to do since the trade deadline. With the magic number now reduced to two, Boston heads down to New York looking to seal the

3:05 Yanks and A’s Wildcard Scenario 8:45 Chris Sale / David Price look poised for October 14:42 Mookie Betts Injury Scare 20:43 Steven Wright 8th Inning Guy?! 23:58 Who misses playoff roster? This show will be available for download on ITunes and Stitcher, as well as the CLNS Mobile App, on Monday, September 17.

The Red Sox scored the tiebreaking run on an eighth-inning error, completing a three-game sweep of the Blue Jays with a 4-3 victory. J.D. Martinez got things started in the bottom of the second with his 41st home run of the season giving the Red Sox a 1-0 lead. Martinez is now tied with Khris

David Price continued to look like the pitcher the Red Sox broke the bank for, as he silenced the Blue Jays in seven shutout innings during Boston’s 1-0 victory on Wednesday night.  The win pushed the Sox to 100-46, as they hit triple digits in victories for just the fourth time in team history and

Last night, the Red Sox secured the first playoff spot in major league baseball with a 7-2 victory over the Blue Jays. Chris Sale made his awaited return with a scoreless first inning while Brock Holt came to the rescue in the bottom of the seventh with a three run, pinch hit blast. Boston looks

Tim Kawakami has his first return guest on this iteration of the TK Show in the form of Mr. Moneyball himself, Billy Beane. Billy opens up on Sean Manaea’s surgery, the thought process of starting relievers/bringing in starters later than usual and the reported locker room frustration at this unconventional take on pitching. Beans also reflects

Chris Sale is set to make his return after nearly a month of missing the action due to left shoulder inflammation. This was Sale’s second stint on the disabled list with this same injury. Sale attempted to come back last month against the Baltimore Orioles and looked sharp. However, his shoulder still showed slight signs

1:05 Skip Desjardin Interview 17:16 What happens if no war in 2018? 23:30 Does the Houston Series actually matter? 30:58 Chris Sale to return Tuesday This episode will be available for download on Monday, September 10 on ITunes, Stitcher and the CLNS Media mobile podcast app.

The Red Sox had an off day yesterday coming off a three-game sweep of the Atlanta Braves. Boston is welcoming an Astros team to town who have won 5 games in a row against the Twins and Angels, and have won 12 out of their last 15. This will be a battle of heavyweights as

Brandon Phillips mashed a no-doubt homer in the top of the ninth inning in his team debut, as Boston scored eight times in the final two innings for a 9-8 win over the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday afternoon.  Boston trailed 7-1 entering the eighth, making them the first team this season to win when facing

Tim Kawakami is joined by the alter ego of the Internet-famous “Radio Ethan’” and senior writer for The Athletic, Ethan Strauss. First up, Ethan gives his Strauss-ian outlook on a team (and sport) that’s relatively new to him in the Oakland A’s before diving into the piece he wrote for The Athletic that talks in

My summer hiatus is finally over. Get the Ledd Out will be back in full swing, and we get back to business with our guest: WEEI’s Alex Reimer (@AlexReimer1.)

The Red Sox took game one of the three-game set against the Atlanta Braves yesterday as Ian Kinsler and the Boston bats came alive propelling them to the 8-2 victory. Rick Porcello looks to bounce back after a poor outing his last time out as the team gets set for a 7:35 PM first pitch

The Red Sox ended their four game set with the White Sox in an 8-0 blank that lacked offensive production and any sign of decent pitching. Heading into an important stretch that features series against the Braves and Astros, Eduardo Rodriguez and Steven Wright are finally back from the disabled list.

1:15 Cause for concern after White Sox series. 13:11 Xander Bogaerts massively undervalued 18:03 Dombrowski no move again for bullpen arm 25:24 Team getting healthy This episode will be available on ITunes and Stitcher come Monday, September 3.

As the New York Yankees collapsed to the Detroit Tigers in late innings, the Red Sox were just getting started. A four run seventh inning tied the game and a five run ninth blew the contest wide open. Heath Hembree closed the night out, and with the 92nd victory Boston matched its total number of

The Red Sox blew the doors off the Miami Marlins’ pitching staff during an 11-run seventh inning on Wednesday night, as Mookie Betts and Eduardo Nunez paced the outburst in Boston’s 14-6 win at Fenway Park.  David Price was injured in the contest, tossing just three innings before leaving with a wrist contusion after a

After seven innings of play last night the Red Sox held a commanding 4-1 lead. That lead would be erased and then fought for multiple times with the Marlins in the final two innings. Following a blown save attempt, the rollercoaster ride ended with a walkoff error.

For the first time this season the Red Sox are coming off a series in which they were swept, and have now slightly reopend the door for the Yankees in the AL East. The Yankees are currently 6 and a half games back in the AL East but still face the Red Sox 6 times

2:40 Red Sox Losing Streak…Are you worried? 8:48 David Price is number 2 18:05 Concerned about Chris Sale? Interesting theory here! 27:08 JD Martinez Triple Crown chances This show will be available for download on ITunes and Stitcher starting Monday, August 27.

Red Sox collect their 90th win of the season off of David Price’s nearly perfect outing. His eight innings of three hit, shutout ball, matched with a six run fifth inning proved to be too much for the Cleveland Indians.

Tim Kawakami is joined by San Francisco Giants CEO, Larry Baer, for a lively conversation on the Giants’ current season, their determination to stay under the competitive balance tax threshold this season, the timing of Buster Posey’s upcoming hip surgery, whether he believes the team can and should add a new marquee star, and whether the

Cabrera scored Cleveland’s first run in the fourth inning after a two-out single started a string of four straight hits, including Gomes’ RBI single and Greg Allen’s run-scoring double to left. Cabrera then led off the sixth by shellacking his sixth homer of year off Eovaldi, and second in two nights. Later in the inning,

In the series opener that was tight up until the end, the Red Sox dropped game one, 5-4. Boston made it close in the ninth inning pulling within one, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Indians. Rick Porcello started off strong but ended up surrendering five earned through the night.

1:15 Chris Sale back to DL with shoulder inflammation 5:15 David Price dominant for last month and a half and what rotation will look like when Eduardo Rodriguez returns 24:50 Who is MVP? Mookie or JD? 33:45 A look around the league This show will be available on ITunes and Stitcher on Monday, August 20.

The Red Sox return to Boston 10.5 games up on the New York Yankees, primed to start their homestand against the Tampa Bay Rays. Ian Kinsler and Blake Swihart are likely to make appearances this weekend after each being on the disabled list for a couple of weeks. Brian Johnson gets the game one start

Tim Kawakami is joined by one of the premier sports minds in the business, NBC Sports Bay Area senior insider, Ray Ratto. The duo go wall-to-wall with a compelling conversation about sports GOATs, transcendent Bay Area sports figures, the baseball Hall of Fame voting process and Jon Gruden’s Oakland Raiders. Host: Tim Kawakami Guest: Ray

Ramos had two doubles, one triple, three runs and three RBI as the Red Sox split the two-game series with the Phillies. Phillies starter Vince Velasquez struggled through 2 1/3 innings, giving up four hits and three runs, while Nathan Eovaldi gave up seven hits and three runs in five innings. Disaster struck the Phillies

Brock Holt’s pinch-hit, eighth-inning home run was the difference on Tuesday night in Boston’s 2-1 victory over the Phillies.  The bottom of the Sox lineup had three of Boston’s four extra-base hits, including a solo homer from Sandy Leon and another double from Sox slugger (and winning pitcher) Rick Porcello.

Coming off of a 4-game series sweep against the Orioles, the Red Sox open a short 2-game set with the Phillies in Philadelphia. Rick Porcello will be taking the hill as he looks to bounce back following his rough outing in Toronto. The AL Player of the Week award also came to Boston as J.D.

Chris Sale took to the mound yesterday after his return from the DL with left shoulder inflammation and pitched an absolute gem. Sale went just five innings but shut down the Orioles striking out 12 on 68 pitches. The Sox completed the sweep in impressive fashion and head to Philly to take on the Phillies

:57 Drew Pomeranz to Bullpen 4:53 Craig Kimbrel non-trustworthy? 14:44 Mookie v JD MVP Debate 20:17 Weekly predictions This show will be available on ITunes and Stitcher on Monday, August 13. This episode is powered by our good friends at Mack Weldon and Simple Contacts.

Red Sox suffer 8-5 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays as Mookie Betts becomes the first player in 2018 to hit for the cycle. Boston heads back across the border and down to Baltimore for their next series against the Orioles this weekend with Chris Sale returning from the disabled list.

Tim Kawakami is joined by Oakland A’s manager, Bob Melvin, fresh off bolstering his bullpen with the addition of Fernando Rodney. Melvin talks catering his strategy to the strength of the squad he has, how ownership and the front office have supported this by acquiring all these new players and a little bit of Jim Harbaugh.

The Red Sox became the first team to 80 wins on Tuesday night, with late home runs from J.D. Martinez, Mitch Moreland, and Jackie Bradley Jr. overcoming bullpen issues in Boston’s 10-7 win over the Blue Jays.  Drew Pomeranz had another iffy start, and may be done in the rotation with #SaleDay likely returning on

After an off day, the Red Sox head to Toronto to face off with Marcus Stroman and the Blue Jays as they continue to have a stranglehold on the AL East with a nine-game lead.

Offensively Mookie Betts started things off for the Red Sox in the 5th with his 26th home run of the year. That was the last inning for Tanaka who pitched 4 2/3 innings of solid baseball. In the 7thinning things fell apart for the Red Sox as the Yankees put up 4 runs. Boston shortstop Bogaerts booted

1:52 Rick Porcello and Nathan Eovaldi 8:30 Bullpen benefits from starters success 12:20 Craig Kimbrel issues 24:17 Cora v Boone This episode will be available for download on ITunes and Stitcher on Monday, August 6.

Red Sox ace and AL pitcher of the month for July Chris Sale was supposed to start game one, but due to an injury Brian Johsnon was on the mound. The true hero of the night was Steve Pearce who ignited the Red Sox comeback. Pearce’s solo shot in the third cut the defict to

The Boston Red Sox will enter a four game set against the New York Yankees this weekend without their ace Chris Sale. Sale was placed on the 10-day DL this Tuesday with shoulder inflammation. Brian Johnson gets the game one start tonight.

It was Blake Swihart in the bottom of the 13th inning who walked it off for the Red Sox on a deep fly ball to right field. David Price threw a gem lasting eight full giving up just one run and the bullpen held the Phillies down for the remainder of the night giving the

Despite losing the series opener against the Minnesota Twins on Thursday, the Boston Red Sox rallied to win three straight over the weekend and walk away with big smiles.

A 2-1 loss to the Minnesota Twins gives the Red Sox back to back defeats for the first time since June 20th.

Tim Kawakami is on vacation this week but as the old adage goes, “The show must go on!” And go on it does with special guest host Marcus Thompson, senior columnist for The Athletic Bay Area. Marcus welcomes Oakland A’s beat writer for The Athletic (and relatively new Bay Area resident), Julian McWilliams to the

The Boston Red Sox scored three late runs on Tuesday night, but came up one hit short, falling 7-6 to the Baltimore Orioles at rain-soaked Camden Yards.  Drew Pomeranz and Joe Kelly were roughed up, and the Sox seemingly responded quickly by trading for RHP Nathan Eovaldi on Wednesday morning.  J.D. Martinez did hit two

After battling two rain delays, Rick Porcello bounced back from his atrocious outing on the Friday ahead of the all-star break by cruising through six innings, keeping the Orioles off of the scoreboard. The bullpen though showed some more troubling signs but the Red Sox still took the series opener, 5-3, extending their AL East lead to

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After setting the all time record for most wins by a ball club before the All-Star break, Boston will look to start up right from where it left off with David Price on the mound.

The American League won their sixth straight MLB All-Star game 8-6. Chris Sale pitched a scoreless first inning, but the Red Sox offense could do nothing at the plate other than compile a few singles in a record setting contest.

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(All content produced in this posting was created by Garrett Bampos) A solid outing from David Price mixed in with some clutch hitting from Boston’s newest hero, Mookie Betts gives the Red Sox their tenth straight win over the Toronto Blue Jays. This is the first time in the history of baseball that a club

Chris Sale continued to baffle opposing batters, collecting 12 Ks in seven shutout innings to pace Boston to a 4-2 win for their ninth straight victory.  Xander Boagerts and J.D. Martinez had RBI extra-base hits, while Craig Kimbrel worked around some late drama to sweep the Rangers and keep the Sox 3.5 games up in

With the win last night and another Yankees defeat to the Orioles the Red Sox have extended their lead to 3 and a half games in the AL east. Matt Barnes got the win with one inning of relief, striking out the side in the seventh. He was the fourth of five relievers the Red

The Red Sox saw J.D. Martinez and Steve Pearce lead the offensive charge last night with two blasts atop the Green Monster to take the series opener, 5-0. Eduardo Rodriguez didn’t last as long as we may like to see, but he got the job done in game one.

Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) USA TODAY Sports Major League Baseball columnist joins Get The Ledd Out to discuss multiple facets of the MLB season. Subscribe here The Get The Ledd Out podcast covers sports and current affairs in a thought-provoking manner. No topic is too hot for host Colin Leddy (@Ledds12), a former football player at THE Plymouth State University.

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(The content produced in this posting was created by Leverett Ball) Following an off day, the Sox begin a three-game series against the Royals. Chris Sale to get the start in game one.

(Content published in this posting was created and produced by Adam Belue) Eduardo Rodriguez spun a gem on America’s birthday, tossing six scoreless innings for his 10th win as the Red Sox defeated the Nationals 3-0 on the Fourth of July.  Jackie Bradley Jr. had two RBIs while a quartet of Sox sluggers notched two

Martinez drove in four and leads the majors with 26 homers and 71 RBI. Boston has won 17 of its last 19 interleague games, including 11 of its last 12. Washington has lost four straight and 16 of 21 to fall to 42-42, its first time at .500 since it was 17-17. Red Sox starter

On the mound, Porcello (10-3) struck out five and limited the damage to solo home runs by Anthony Rendon and Daniel Murphy. Scherzer (10-5) struck out nine and kept the Red Sox off the board except for Porcello’s bases-clearing double When Scherzer exited the game after 108 pitches, Mookie Betts provided the Red Sox with their insurance run with a

Tim Kawakami is joined by NBC Sports Bay Area’s Ahmed Fareed to dive into the surprising success of the San Francisco Giants this season. The guys discuss Jeff Samardzija’s role upon his return from injury, Madison Bumgarner’s contract status and whether or not the Giants will pursue Bryce Harper in the offseason.

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The Boston Red Sox locked up the season sweep of the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday night, as Jackie Bradley Jr. flashed his leather and his power in a 4-2 victory.  Hector Velazquez earned his sixth win of the season in relief, while Rafael Devers homered and Craig Kimbrel locked down yet another save.

 The Red Sox added an experienced infield bat, but will it be enough to overcome the possible season-long absence of Dustin Pedroia? The Red Sox offense got back on track last night, putting up 9 runs in the series opening game against the Angels. The key for the Red Sox was the bottom of

David Price looks to continue his hot streak as the Red Sox open up a three-game series at Fenway Park against Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels.

Chris Villani of WEEI joins Jared this week to talk everything from Hanley and this drug story to the back end of the bullpen. Does this team need help? Can they afford it? Listen to hear what Chris thinks this Red Sox team really is! Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe on Itunes!

(The media and written content produced in this post were created by Garrett Bampos) The Red Sox took two of three from the Seattle Mariners over the weekend with help from a classic Chris Sale start and some powerful offensive outbursts.

The Red Sox bats finally got going on Thursday, leading up to their big weekend series with Seattle at Fenway. The 9 runs posted by the Red Sox yesterday, including home runs by Mookie Betts and Andrew Benintendi, has things looking up as the team returns home from a 10 game road trip. Their opponent,

(All content produced in this posting was completed by Ryan Lemay) David Price surrenders 3 earned runs in a decent outing but wasn’t helped out by his offense who produced just one run. Rick Porcello takes the mound as the Red Sox look to avoid a sweep by the Twins.

Coming off of a series split with the hot Seattle Mariners, the Red Sox look to carry over their offensive momentum from the series finale into Minnesota as they get set to kick off a 3-game set with the Twins.

Audio and written content on this piece completed by Garrett Bampos A strong, six-inning performance, from Eduardo Rodriguez, matched with 13 hits and three home runs lead to a 9-3 win for Boston. Andrew Benintendi stayed hot while Mitch Moreland and Jackie Bradley Jr. started to break out of their respective slumps. The Red Sox

Following a dazzling pitching performance by David Price in last night’s road win over the Mariners, the Red Sox turn to Rick Porcello; The Red Sox are looking to pick up their 49th win of the season. Xander Bogaerts was the difference offensively last night, will he stay hot in game 2 of the series?

Chris Sale pitched 6 innings of solid baseball and Mookie Betts and JD Martinez both hit home runs and Boston took the final game against Baltimore 5-1. On Thursday, the Sox will send David Price to the hill against Felix Hernandez and the Seattle Mariners on Thursday.

After a long night that headed into the 12th, the Red Sox narrowly took a 2-0 victory over the Orioles on the backs of two sacrifice fly balls by Brock Holt and Jackie Bradley. The O’s and the Sox get set to face off for game two of the series.

This week Jared and Jess have a ton to talk about! Mookie Betts is back, so how much did they really miss him? In Betts’ absence, the pitching has proven to be the real strength to this team, rather than the offense. Can the offense get back on track? Finally, the Red Sox put Pomeranz

The Boston Red Sox offense was uncharacteristically quiet this weekend, as the team dropped 2 of 3 games to the 22-41 Chicago White Sox. The losses included a 1-0 Friday defeat despite Chris Sale throwing 8 innings of one-hit ball. Contributing to the struggles was the absences of JD Martinez (Friday) and Mookie Betts (all

The Red Sox will be sending their knuckleballer to the mound for his first start of the 2018 season to face off with the Detroit Tigers for game one of a three-game set on the heels of last night’s MLB draft.

Power hitting was definitely the theme for the Red Sox early in this year’s MLB Draft. With the 64th pick the Sox nabbed Nick Decker, an outfielder from Seneca High School in New Jersey. Earlier in the evening the Red Sox drafted power hitting corner infielder Tristan Casas out of Florida.  In his senior year,

The Red Sox went looking for power in the first round of the MLB entry draft. With the 26th overall pick the Sox selected Triston Casas. The 6’4″ 238-pound third baseman from American Heritage High School (FL) is known for his raw power to all fields. Casas was rated a top-two hitter among high school

The Red Sox highly anticipated series with the Houston Astros ends in a 2-2 draw after the Red Sox 9-3 win last night. The Red Sox put up their most impressive offensive showing of the series, including home runs from Mitch Moreland and Andrew Benintendi. Brock Holt continued his hot stretch as well, going 2-4

This week Chris Cotillo of joins us to talk the Red Sox! Does this team regret letting Hanley go with Pedroia being placed on the DL? How does the pitching feel like it’s working out? He answers those questions and more as this team is in this thick of their season turning into June!

Noted Boston comedian Lenny Clarke took aim at Boston detractors, Hillary Clinton and someone who he believed cost the Patriots another Super Bowl.   The city of Boston has taken a lot of flack for racial insensitivity over the years. However, don’t tell that to Lenny Clarke. In a recent appearance with CLNS Media, Clarke was

Eduardo Rodriguez pitched 6.2 dominant innings to improve to 6-1 and lead Boston to a 3-game sweep over the Toronto Blue Jays. The Red Sox travel to Houston to face the Astros in a big 4-game series tonight.

Sandy Leon had three of Boston’s 13 hits on Tuesday night, as the catcher doubled twice and added a homer in the Red Sox’ 8-3 win over the Blue Jays.  Rick Porcello moved to 7-2 on the season after hurling 6.2 innings, while Xander Bogaerts added a bomb of his own to push Boston to

The Red Sox and David Price continue to roll as they nab the series opener over the Toronto Blue Jays by a final score of 8-3. Rick Porcello gets set to take the mound for game two at Fenway Park with the Sox looking to maintain their hold on the AL East.

Lenny Clarke is a Boston comedy legend. I was fortunate to sit down with Lenny (@ItsLennyClarke) at Giggles Comedy Club in Saugus, MA. We get into race relations in Boston, Whitey Bulger, who he thinks is to blame for the Patriots Super Bowl loss, and so much more. Many laughs were had along the way! The Get

This week we had Jen McCaffrey from the The Athletic join us to talk about the variety of topics surrounding your first place Boston Red Sox! Did the Hanley move catch the beat writers off guard? How’s Pedroia really going to do? The show wraps with Jared giving his quick thoughts on the Hanley move

The Red Sox fell 6-3 on Thursday, ending their 4-game win streak after a poor outing by Rick Porcello. Boston looks to get back on track as they welcome the surprise Atlanta Braves to Fenway Park on Friday. Dustin Pedroia will come off the DL.

Tim Kawakami is joined by Emmy-winning radio and television broadcaster for the San Francisco Giants, Duane Kuiper on this week’s TK Show. Kuip is live from his farm in Wisconsin to chat about the up-and-down Giants, the injuries to Madison Bumgarner and Johnny Cueto as well as Brandon Belt finding himself as of late.  Duane

The Boston Red Sox earned their third consecutive victory on Tuesday night in Tampa, with Chris Sale (7.2 IP, 1 ER, 9 K) and Mookie Betts (2-for-4, 3-run HR) leading the way in a 4-2 win over the Rays.  Craig Kimbrel scuffled late but secured his 14th save of the season, which pushed Boston back

The Eagle Tribune’s Red Sox beat writer Chris Mason (@ByChrisMason) talks with Leddy (@Ledds12) about the state of the Red Sox. The Get The Ledd Out podcast covers sports and current affairs in a thought-provoking manner. No topic is too hot for host Colin Leddy, a former football player at THE Plymouth State University. You can

The Red Sox kick off a 3-game set in Tampa Bay with the Rays as the Sox look to stay hot offensively with Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez swinging some of the hottest bats in baseball.

The Red Sox enter this week with the two leading home run hitters in the MLB. JD Martinez launched a pair against Baltimore on Sunday to bring his season total to 15, but the real story is Mookie Betts, who is tied with Martinez for the lead in home runs, and holds at least a

This week the Red Sox are still tied atop the A.L. East. Blake Swihart’s agent demanded a trade this week and Red Sox Beat is new talking that request! Is Carson Smith done with the Red Sox?! That take and more on the new injury on this episode! Other topics: JD and Mookie are mashing,

David Price was one batter shy of his first CG shutout in nearly three years, while J.D. Martinez (2-run HR), Xander Bogaerts (3-run HR), and Mookie Betts (3-for-4, 3 SB) paced the offense in Boston’s 6-2 win on Thursday night.

JD Martinez and Xander Bogaerts each hit home runs and Chris Sale pitched 5 innings with 9 strikeouts to lead Boston past Oakland 6-4 to salvage one game in the series. Boston will open a 4-game set against Baltimore with David Price on the hill Thursday.

Another base running blunder, along with more shoddy bullpen work that proved to be extremely costly, prevented the Boston Red Sox from taking the middle game of their home series with the Oakland A’s on Tuesday night.

Rick Porcello did not bounce back from his poor outing in New York as he struggles against the Oakland As in last night’s series opener. The Red Sox turn to Eduardo Rodriguez for game two as he looks to feed off of his great, most recent performance.

Coming off a series win against Toronto over the weekend, the Red Sox return to Fenway Park tonight for the first time in two weeks. Their first test of the homestand? The Oakland A’s and Sean Manaea, who no-hit the Sox at the beginning of the season. The Boston bats will look to get it

Another week, another David Price situation! This week we are talking his carpal tunnel diagnosis and if it’s actually because he’s addicted to Fortnite. Another storyline this week is the benching of JBJ…We break that down and what this all means for his future in Boston.

The Red Sox fell out of first place in dramatic fashion on Wednesday night, as Brett Gardner and Aaron Judge rocked Craig Kimbrel during a four-run eighth inning.  Rick Porcello was also roughed up for a season-high five runs, but a trio of homers (Mitch Moreland, Andrew Benintendi, and Hanley Ramirez) allowed Boston to have

Drew Pomeranz pitched well, but Giancarlo Stanton got to him twice in a 3-2 Yankees win. Luis Severino had 11 strikeouts in a no decision. Rick Porcello will take the ball against Masahiro Tanaka in game 2 after David Price, who was supposed to start, got sent back to Boston for testing on his numb

With just a single game seperating the two American League juggernauts, they take the battle to the Bronx to go toe to toe as the Yankees and the Red Sox get ready for chapter two of their 2018 war.

After taking 3 of 4 from the Texas Rangers over the weekend, the Red Sox head to the Bronx for their second series of the year against the New York Yankees. Boston and New York hold the top 2 records in baseball, and the Sox have just a 1 game lead in the AL East.

It’s another week gone and that means a new RSB! The big news of the week is Mookie Betts just being an absolute STUD. All this guy does it hit home runs. On a polar opposite note David Price is apparently still having circulation issues and the team is looking into a hand warmer. Craig

What a show, what a show. We talk to a guy that we haven’t had on since episode 25. Since back in the old days when we didn’t have a producer. Tom Giles of NBC Sports Boston. We were warriors on Wednesday and waited to start the show until after we saw the result of

David Price was shelled in the series opener allowing 7 earned over just 3.2 innings as the Red Sox dropped the game 11-5 to the Rangers. Tonight they send the undefeated Rick Porcello to the mound in hopes of a bounce-back game.

Mookie Betts hit 3 home runs off Danny Duffy, leading Boston to a 5-4 win over the Royals to take two of three in the series on Wednesday. Betts is now tied for the major league lead in homers with 11. David Price opens a 4-game series with the Texas Rangers tonight at 8:05.

Chris Sale takes the mound tonight against the Kansas City Royals after Sox put on an offensive surge in the series opener.

Rick Porcello pitched nearly eight innings yesterday as the Red Sox barely avoid a sweep at the hands of the Rays. Today they welcome in the Kansas City Royals to open up a three-game set.

This week the team was the first club to get to 20 wins and now have their sites set on May! Does David Price’s bad few starts concern you? Is Rick Porcello for real? Is Drew Pomeranz tipping his pitches? This all gets answered and more on an all new RSB!

We got some Boston playoff sports going on AND the Sox are the best team in baseball. We had plenty to talk about but this week Jared and I even brought on Couch Guy blogger, Connor Strayer to help talk Cs. This week’s show topics went a little like this: -Adam Schefter releases a column

Mookie Betts hit 2 homers, including his third leadoff homer this season to lead Boston to a 4-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays behind Eduardo Rodriguez. Chris Sale will take on Marco Estrada in the rubber game.

After suffering their first pair of back to back losses on the season, the Red Sox look to bounce back against J.A. Happ and the Toronto Blue Jays as they send sinker-baller Rick Porcello to the mound.

Even after losing two games in a row, the Red Sox are still 17-4 behind dominant hitting and pitching. We have an all new RSB where Jess and Lauren discuss Rick Porcello’s 4-0 start, many offensive players driving in runs and even the Sox getting no-hit by Sean Manaea. You won’t want to miss hearing

After another impressive showing in their sweep of the Angels, the Boston Red Sox turn their attention to Oakland for a weekend series with the As. Drew Pomeranz will make his season debut, followed by Chris Sale and David Price. Can the Red Sox stretch their winning streak to double digits in time for their

Rafael Devers raked the fourth Red Sox grand slam of the season, while Rick Porcello moved to 4-0 as Boston easily handled the Angels 9-0 on Wednesday night to become the first team in 15 years to start a season 15-2.

Coming into Tuesday’s game, the story was Japanese sensation Shohei Ohtani. As it turned out, the story of the game was Mookie Betts hitting 3 home runs and Boston hit 6 homers in total. Rick Porcello gets the start Wednesday against Tyler Skaggs.

After a rough outing last Wednesday and a Patriots Day game wash out, the Red Sox are hoping to see David Price bounce back against the Angels and Shohei Ohtani as the Sox open up a three-game series in Los Angels.

The beginning of the Red Sox season was a story of their stellar starting rotation, but this weekend the story was about their offense as their power began to show against the Baltimore Orioles.

The Red Sox have the best record in baseball. Fresh off the official rivalry renewing brawl vs the Yankees, this team continues its hot streak as it goes to the west coast. This week we talk none other than David Price. How concerning is the Price hand issue? It might be more than you think.

Behind a strong 7 innings from Rick Porcello, the Boston Red Sox last night’s game and this weeks series from the New York Yankees. The 6-3 victory was keyed by a 4 run second inning, and then Porcello shutting down the Yanks, even coming back out to pitch after a 45 minute rain delay. The

Tyler Austin and Joe Kelly went at it last night and reignited the Red Sox vs Yankees rivalry. What makes it even better is that the two teams have split the first two games of the series which means tonight is for the series. The tension-filled rubber match kicks off at 7:10.

The Red Sox announced Monday afternoon that shortstop Xander Bogaerts will be placed on the 10 day disabled list after injuring his ankle Sunday against Tampa Bay. Bogaerts is expected to miss between 10-14 days. The 25 year old shortstop has been the Red Sox best hitter in 2018, batting .368 with 2 home runs

Down 7-2 in the bottom of the 8th yesterday at Fenway, the Red Sox put together perhaps the rally of the year, scoring 6 runs in the inning en route to an 8-7 win and series sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays. After taking 8 of 9 games against the Rays and Marlins, the Red

The Red Sox are 8-1 and have the best season start in franchise history! Xander Bogaerts has been a catalyst of what this team has done…does his injury plague the clubhouse? We also touch on JD Martinez and if he’s starting to come out of his funk, now hitting his first homer in a Sox

The Loose Change Podcast Episode 54 is recording tonight! Our special guest this week is Steve Perrault from the Section 10 Podcast presented by Barstool Sports on iTunes. We start off the show today talking Brandin Cooks being traded away to the Rams, The start to the Red Sox season, and the issues with Marchand’s

News broke earlier today that the Boston Red Sox number one prospect in the farm system, Michael Chavis, has been banned for 80 games after testing positive for PEDs.

The Red Sox needed a ninth-inning rally and another dramatic game-winning hit from Hanley Ramirez to take the home opener on Thursday afternoon.  Their series with the Rays has a rare Friday off before Rick Porcello takes the hill on Saturday as Boston looks for their seventh straight victory.

The Red Sox went 5-1 to open the season on the road and made some history while doing it. David Price takes the mound versus the Tampa Bay Rays in the home opener at 2:05pm.

Yeah, this post is up a little late but you guys have been listening anyway so, sup? We got ANOTHER week of Lauren’s DMs. Maybe my favorite segment where we read the creepiest and clingiest DMs Lauren gets every single week. Sometimes she’ll get a guy coming in hot just asking for sex… Other times

The Red Sox won their fifth straight game despite Chris Sale getting pulled early. It took extra innings to notch the victory as  the bats woke up late. The Red Sox will now shift focus to the home opener at Fenway Park.

After an embarrassing loss on Opening Day, the Red Sox have battled their way to a 4-1 record on the back of a 7-3 win last night over the Miami Marlins. And today they look to add to that streak with Chris Sale on the rubber.

98.5 The Sports Hub’s Matt McCarthy joins the show to talk baseball, Boston coaches, and a tradition unlike any other. Was the Red Sox 3-1 start a sign of good things to come, or just the result of playing a week Tampa Bay Rays team? Plus, is this the year Xander Bogaerts turns it all

RSB is all new and opening week is here! We discuss the first three games of the season. Chris Sale, David Price and Rick Porcello dominate the first series and Xander Bogaerts makes Red Sox and baseball history are some topics Jess and Lauren break down. Our show is powered by our friends at DRAFT.COM!

After 7 strong innings, the Red Sox got embarrassed on opening day, allowing the Tampa Bay Rays to score 6 runs in the 8th en route to a 6-4 win. Joe Kelly and Carson Smith were each charged with multiple runs in the inning, while Red Sox fans were left scratching their heads as to

Led by new their new manager, Alex Cora and ace Chris Sale, the Red Sox will be taking the field this afternoon in Tampa Bay to take on the Rays, kicking off their 2018 campaign as they once again have the look of an incredibly promising club.

A preview of the 2018 Red Sox with Boston Sports Journal’s Sean McAdam, plus thoughts on March Madness and Odell Beckham’s feud in New York. What is left for the Red Sox to do between now and Opening Day? How will their rotation look with three key arms inactive to start the season? Sean McAdam

It’s OPENING DAY WEEK! RSB is all new talking a plethora of Red Sox news the week leading up to the first pitch of 2018. Chris Sale was injured in his final start of the Spring, the team made a trade and the rotation coming together are just a few topics Jared, Jess and Lauren

The Red Sox made a move today that has been highly anticipated. They moved one of their utility men, Deven Marrero, in a trade to the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Saturday Morning, the Red Sox announced a 3 year contract extension for catcher Christian Vazquez worth $13.55 million. Alex Barth has a breakdown of the deal and what it means for the Red Sox catching situation. This newsfeed update is brought to you by Seat Geek. Use the promo code ‘GardenReport’ at for the

Red Sox knuckleballer, Steven Wright, has been suspended for 15 games by the MLB for violating the league’s Domestic Violence Policy.

Bill Belichick had a busy weekend, March Madness wowed us like never before, and the Cavs & Celtics are in the spotlight once again. Alex Barth & Alex Lebowitz are joined by Jim Murray of 98.5 The Sports Hub to break down the New England Patriots trades and signings over the weekend. Plus, is UMBC’s

Tim Neverett, one of the voices of the Boston Red Sox on WEEI Radio, joins RSB to talk what he’s seen out of this year’s spring training. Will J.D. help that much in 2018? What is Hanley’s role really going to be? Tim answers to the pressing questions about your 2018 Red Sox as opening

Alex and Nick are joined by Matt McCarthy of 98.5 The Sports Hub and they get into one of the hottest topics of Red Sox spring training… What are they going to do with Blake Swihart? Plus, are you concerned with Eduardo Nunez taking over second base in Pedroia’s absence? And how concerned are you

Baseball season’s here which means we had to get a baseball guy. And we got one of THE baseball guys of Boston, Jared Carrabis of Barstool Sports. Carrabis gave us a wicked good interview like expected talkin’ a little JD Martinez and some Red Sox preseason. We grabbed some predictions and his thoughts on the

This week a new RSB means we are talking the smoking hot Blake Swihart! With the way he’s playing, would you be okay if Dave Dombrowski decided to ship off the rising star? Also, Drew Pomeranz left his Friday start, so do the Sox have to worry? The show rounds out talking other small storylines,

WEEI’s controversial host Alex Reimer ( @AlexReimer1) joined Leddy on our 8th episode. The elephant in the room obviously was Alex’s comments regarding Tom Brady’s daughter a few days before the Super Bowl. However it is time to move on, because if TB12 can forgive him so should we. Maybe if he wasn’t a Natick guy

This week JD Martinez finally is to be announced as a member of the Boston Red Sox. What was the hold up? Are you concerned? Jared, Jess and Lauren talk the Sox new slugger. David Price talked to Dan Shaughnessy about what this season will entail…shocker we know. Finally, will Blake Swihart be on this

After speculation all week about why J.D. Martinez still has not officially signed with the Boston Red Sox, it has been reported by NBC Sports Boston’s Evan Drellich that the holdup is medical related. 

Alex, Nick and Trags all jump in on the hot topics of the week in Fort Myers. Is something up with J.D. Martinez? The Red Sox still haven’t officially announced the signing… They debate who you should keep an eye on during this spring training. Is Brock Holt going to be gone by April? And

Red Sox Beat is new with Evan Drellich of NBC Sports Boston. Joining us live from Ft Myers, Evan breaks down the big, long awaited signing of J.D. Martinez. What does it mean for the rest of the roster? After Drellich bids his farewell for the night, the usual crew breaks down their thoughts on

Alex Barth and Nick Quaglia sit down to talk about everything that this JD Martinez signing means. Is this a good move by the Red Sox or another free-agent flop? Is this team now comparable to the Yankees? Are there other moves that the Red Sox must make now that Martinez is in Boston? And

The Boston Red Sox have finally added that power-bat they’ve been longing for, reportedly inking free-agent JD Martinez to a five-year deal worth $110 million, according to FanRag’s Jon Heyman, who adds that the deal includes opt-out clauses after 2019 and 2020.

Jared Diamond of the Wall Street Journal discusses the record slow MLB Offseason, the guys project what the Red Sox biggest needs are entering spring training, and find the boldest claims on Twitter. Why has the MLB seen such a lack of activity this offseason? Alex Barth & Alex Lebowitz ask the Wall Street Journal’s

San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy has won three World Series titles since 2010. Now he joins the TK Show. Bruce Bochy is one of the best manager’s in baseball. After a disappointing 2017 season the Giants will look to right the ship in 2018. They wanted to begin the show with a remembrance of

The Red Sox signed back some insurance to their infield with utility man, Eduardo Nunez. The Sox are bringing Nunez back on a one-year deal with a second year option all pending physical results.

David Price refutes any ideas that he will not be with the Red Sox next season following his opt out clause that he may use after this year. Will he actually stay? And how vital is Price to the team’s success heading into the 2018 season? Plus he had some quotes today that may get

Nick is joined by… no one, on today’s Roundtable discussion because he had some thoughts about this JD Martinez situation that he needed to rant about. So today is more of a “Nick Quags Rant”. JD Martinez is reportedly “fed up” with the Red Sox “inflexibility”. Nick goes into an aggressive rant about that, whether

There’s one week until pitchers and catchers report to Fort Myers! Jared and Jess give you a new episode in which they talk about comments from David Price that might suggest he likes it in Boston…what?? Also, why isn’t Eduardo Nunez signed yet either? The Yanks and Rays are also in on that hunt. Does

Mookie Betts and the Red Sox could not come to terms on a 2018 salary, so the two parties headed for arbitration which today, ruled in favor of Betts. Betts will be receiving his requested $10.5M in 2018.

This week Christopher Smith, Red Sox Beat writer for joined the show to talk all things Red Sox and this MLB offseason. What does he think about J.D. Martinez? Who is his impact player for 2018? Does he think JBJ will be traded? TOPICS: 2:20 – Smith on Scott Boras running the free agency

Red Sox Beat is all new and we’re talking the news that has trickled in from a slow offseason. Why hasn’t J.D. Martinez signed yet? Is the Red Sox current offer enough? Outside of Boston, ESPN made two hires to fill out their Sunday Night Baseball broadcast for 2018. With A-Rod being hired to sit

The Boston Red Sox signed nine players to deals on Friday afternoon, with Mookie Betts remaining as the only player likely to head to an arbitration hearing.  Drew Pomeranz, Xander Bogaerts, and Jackie Bradley Jr. were among the signings, and all drastically bumped up their salaries for the coming season (which can’t get here soon

HINGHAM – Dan opens up about his old school and sometimes controversial journalism, how the “Curse of the Bambino” became a legendary book, covering vintage Earl Weaver as a kid and his relationship with Red Auerbach.

Kirk Minihane and Bob Ryan are not shy. In so many ways they are similar, and in so many ways they are opposites. Together for dinner at Paul Wahlberg’s Alma Nove restaurant in Hingham, Bob and Kirk compare suspensions, opine on ESPN, debate the state of Boston sports teams and in Bob’s case, defend his

Whatever the paper wants to call him, MITCH Moreland is back! Was it a good decision? Does that mean JD Martinez is destined for Fenway Park? Does this have implications for the 2018-19 offseason? Jared, Jess and Lauren talks the signings and implications that come from the deal. Evan Longoria traded to the Giants, a

The Boston Red Sox have a first baseman, and it’s a very familiar name (with a great nickname).  Listen to the Breaking News on CLNS Red Sox Newsfeed!

OAKLAND – Tim Kawakami is joined by one of the best minds in baseball as Oakland A’s Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations, Billy Beane joins the show. Billy opens up on the A’s stadium situation, the upcoming Winter Meetings and reacts to the news that Japanese star, Shohei Ohtani, will be joining a division rival.

This week Jess and Jared are back and talking all things MLB Winter Meetings! Stanton to the Yanks?! Is JD going to be a Red Sox? All the rumors and reports are reacted to on an all new RSB!

WOW. What a morning. Alex and Nick react heavily to the breaking news that Giancarlo Stanton has been dealt to the New York Yankees. After about a month of speculation of where the slugger would land, the drama seems to have ended this morning with what seemed like an unlikely suitor, the Bronx Bombers, landing

NEW SHOW ALERT! This week we are back and talking the big news of the week…Alex Cora=David Price? Cora’s outburst at an Astros broadcaster and AJ Hinch is very Price-ish and the crew talks if this is something that should be worried about with the Sox new manager. Stanton is OUT. No Giancarlo Stanton for

OAKLAND – Tim Kawakami is joined by one of the most trusted voices in all of baseball, Ken Rosenthal. The two take a deep dive into the MLB offseason and discuss Ken’s decision to join The Athletic.

Bill Littlefield, Boston-based, nationally known author and long time host of WBUR’s Only A Game talks to Bob about covering sports the NPR Way.

OAKLAND – Tim Kawakami welcomes San Francisco Giants Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations, Brian Sabean, to the show to talk about the offseason and the future of the Orange and Black.

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