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Red Sox Front Office Wrongly Stands Behind Bobby Valentine

Red Sox play is overall worse, not better under Bobby Valentine than it was under Terry Francona, but a change is not a-coming, unfortunately. Read More »

Red Sox Give Fans Classy Celebration for Fenway Park’s 100th Birthday

Red Sox Nation got to celebrate the old ball park's once unthinkable milestone with generations of former players, and one notable ex-Sox manager. Read More »

Natural Selection: Red Sox Officially Replace Theo Epstein with Ben Cherington as GM

Even though Theo Epstein had to leave his hometown, he was one of the best GMs in team history. Ben Cherington now has big shoes to fill. Read More »

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 »

September Woes: Red Sox Pitching Is In Big Trouble

The Red Sox's lousy pitching in the last week couldn't have occurred at a worse time. Can the BoSox rebound before it's too late? 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 »

Terry Francona Needs to Drop His Stubbornness

Throwing Jarrod Saltalamacchia into the everyday Red Sox lineup and insisting on keeping Carl Crawford in the leadoff spot are mistakes the BoSox manager needs to stop making. 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 End Disappointing 2010 Season on High & Classy Note

The BoSox celebrate the career of Mike Lowell and let the fans cheer on David Ortiz and Jason Varitek for possibly one last time in a Boston uniform. Read More »

Jacoby Ellsbury: Likely Done For The Season

Far from being "soft," Jacoby Ellsbury did all he could to come back from five broken ribs. It just turned out to be a lost season for him. Read More »