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Boston’s Playoff Odds Continue to Drop

Back on July 1st, the Boston Red Sox were riding high. They had just come off a 20-6 month and looked like a legitimate presence in the AL. The pitching, although still not a strong suit, was maintaining. The offense had found its rythym, resembling the 2021 version of the team. Everything was trending in …

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Offseason Mistakes Coming  Back To Haunt Boston

The 2021 Boston Red Sox shocked many people with a surprise playoff run that nearly got them to the World Series. It was unexpected, but a pleasant surprise for sure. Coming off that stellar run, expectations were high heading into the offseason. Instead of capitalizing on that deep run however, Boston squandered a perfect opportunity. …

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Head over to FOCO and pre-order the celebratory David Ortiz Baseball Hall of Fame Bobblehead! Big Papi. Bigger moment. Get your induction speech ready and welcome the David Ortiz Boston Red Sox Legends of the Park Hall of Fame Bobblehead to your lineup. Features Portrays Ortiz posing in his gameday uniform, ready to dazzle the …

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Boston’s Struggles Against AL East Continue

The AL East division is not what one would call the “easiest” of baseball divisions. Quite the opposite actually. The AL East is probably the best division in all of baseball. Four out of five teams are playoff/championship caliber. The lone exception is the Baltimore Orioles, but even they have been a little frisky this …

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Where Did Boston’s “Mr. Automatic” John Schreiber Come From?

Every team has that kind of player. The guy who sort of comes out of nowhere and steals the hearts of the city. More often than not it’s a journeyman type player. Someone who never really stuck or worked out anywhere else. All it takes is the right spot, the right situation to make it …

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Michael Wacha Has Been a Blessing in Disguise for Boston

When the Red Sox announced back in the winter that they were bringing in veteran pitcher Michael Wacha, not many were excited. It was understandable too why the excitement level for such a move was underwhelming. Signing a 30 year old starter who hasn’t had a decent season in nearly five years doesn’t exactly get …

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Boston May Want A Do-Over On The Hunter Renfroe Trade

Easily the most surprising and perplexing move of this past offseason for Boston was the decision to reunite with former outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. The trade saw Boston send 2021 standout hitter Hunter Renfroe to Milwaukee in return for JBJ. It’s a move that felt odd at the time and feels even more odd now. …

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