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The 2021 Red Sox Look Reminiscent of the 2013 World Series Team

While it has only been seven games, the passion that the Boston Red Sox have shown here in early April has been encouraging. After dropping the first three games of the season against the Orioles, Boston responded by sweeping the Rays and taking game one of the three-game series against Baltimore on the road. First …

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Five Quick Thoughts on the Red Sox Opening Weekend Nightmare

Opening Day is typically regarded as a welcomed sight for Boston Red Sox fans around the globe. It typically symbols the return of warmer weather, good times, and of course – the boys of summer returning to Fenway Park. Despite an anticipated series with the Baltimore Orioles, it went downhill quickly for Alex Cora’s Red Sox.

Predicting the Red Sox 2021 Regular Season Record and AL East Placement

The Boston Red Sox will have to wait until Friday to open up their season, as their Opening Day game against Baltimore was postponed due to weather. In the mean time, let’s look at how the team looks alongside everyone else in the AL East. AL East Finish: Fourth Place, 85-77 Are the Red Sox …

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March 17 Notes: Devers and Dalbec’s Huge Days; Opening Day Starter Revealed; Lineup Construction

The Boston Red Sox took on the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday in Florida and two of their infielders showed off their strength. Third baseman Rafael Devers and first baseman Bobby Dalbec went yard off veteran starter Matt Shoemaker. Dalbec hit a grand slam in the second inning for his fifth (yes, fifth!) home run of …

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March 16 Notes: LeBron Becomes Red Sox Owner; Extension Candidates; Houck’s Start

The big news of the day came from Los Angeles, as Laker star LeBron James will become part-owner of the Boston Red Sox along with Maverick Carter. They become the first two black partners in Fenway Sports Group history. James is definitely a bandwagon fan, as he has been seen supporting the Yankees, Indians, and …

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March 15 Notes: Pivetta’s Start; Outfielder in Hospital; Jeter Downs Injury Update

Pivetta Continues to Make an Impression Nick Pivetta was on the bump for the beginning of the Red Sox’s exhibition game versus the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday afternoon and he went four innings, giving up one run on four hits and a walk with four strikeouts. Pivetta came over in the Brandon Workman trade …

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March 14 Notes: Eovaldi’s Performance; Jeter Downs’ Injury; Devers Homers

Nathan Eovaldi was on the mound for the Boston Red Sox on Sunday afternoon against the Minnesota Twins and he was letting it eat early on. According to Ian Browne of MLB.com, Eovaldi hit 100 mph six times in the first inning. Overall, his stat line wasn’t great–going four innings and allowing four earned runs …

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March 13 Notes: Martin Perez’s Spring Dominance; Renfroe’s Power Display; Cordero’s Red Sox Fandom

The Boston Red Sox took on the Atlanta Braves on Saturday afternoon and Martin Perez was on the mound. The veteran starter went four innings and surrendered two hits with five strikeouts in another tune-up for the season. Perez has yet to give up a run this spring, which is a very encouraging sign for …

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