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Terry Francona Is Gone, But It’s Theo Epstein Who Should’ve Been Fired

This evening, the Red Sox wrongly made their two-time World Series-winning manager the first fall guy of the offseason. Read More »

Red Sox Tear Up Texas Pitching In Arlington

The Red Sox finally beat the Texas Rangers in 2011, and did it twice the last two nights, with solid pitching and explosive offense leading the charge. Read More »

Boston Red Sox Aim to Rule AL East Again in 2011

On paper, the 2011 Boston Red Sox look set to win the AL East. But only health and consistency from key players will get the hometown squad there. Read More »

Jon Lester Gets 2011 Opening Day Start, Bullpen Still TBD

The 2011 Boston Red Sox starting rotation is all set, but the revamped bullpen is still shaping up. Read More »

Red Sox Rebuild Bullpen in Free Agency: Welcome Wheeler & Jenks

After resigning Jason Varitek, trading for Adrian Gonzalez and signing Carl Crawford to improve the offense, GM Theo Epstein is quietly rebuilding the troubled Red Sox bullpen. Read More »

Red Sox Reclaim Leads In AL Wild Card, Hospital Fees

Boston tattooed Colorado's Ubaldo Jimenez but lost the series. In San Francisco, they lost three players to injury but won the series. Go figure. Read More »

Red Sox Get Hot At The Right Time

Minus a couple of duds, Boston has a winning week and gains ground in the AL Wild Card race. Read More »

Red Sox Week Two: Mediocre Almost All The Way Through

A recap of BoSox series losses to Minnesota and Tampa Bay last week, and what to look forward to this week. Read More »

The (Rally) Monkey Is Off LAA’s Back

This week I look back at the BoSox’s last games of 2009 and assess the long season gone by. Read More »

A “Dear Jon” Letter

Saying goodbye to a closer past his prime. Read More »