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John Farrell: Ortiz To Sit Out A Couple Days While He Works On Swing

BOSTON (CBS) – Slugger David Ortiz just hasn’t quite been himself this season.

The Red Sox designated hitter is struggling, to say the least. He’s in the midst of a 1-for-20 slump in his last five games, and his average has dropped from .250 to .216 in his last 18 games. 76 more words


11 Things To Know About Eduardo Rodriguez

BOSTON (CBS) — Eduardo Rodriguez will make his Major League debut for the Boston Red Sox on Thursday night, as the team opens a four-game series against the Texas Rangers. 406 more words


Larry Lucchino Outlines Benefits For Proposed Ballpark In Downtown Providence

BOSTON (CBS) – In an op-ed in the Providence Journal, Red Sox president/CEO Larry Lucchino lays out the vision for a new stadium in downtown Providence for Boston’s Triple-A affiliate, who are currently located in Pawtucket. 142 more words


Why Being a Sports Girl Sucks

Guys assume you just looked that up – because there’s no possible way you would know what an RBI is

The most difficult part of being a sports girl is when your intelligence is compromised. 548 more words


Stewart: John Farrell The Wrong Man To Be Leading Red Sox

BOSTON (CBS) – What’s the biggest problem with the Boston Red Sox? Look no further than the man who stands in the dugout as manager: John Farrell. 817 more words


Red Sox-Rangers Pitching Matchups: Eduardo Rodriguez Will Make MLB Debut

BOSTON (CBS) — The reeling Red Sox will turn to a rookie in the hopes of ending a three-game skid.

Boston closes out their seven-game road trip with a four-game set against the Rangers in Texas, starting Thursday night. 894 more words


Down to Texas

After a disappointing series against the Minnesota Twins, The Red Sox will have their second shot at the Texas Rangers.     Let’s look at the match-ups. In the opening game, the pitching match-up will be Eduardo Rodriguez for Boston and Nick Martinez for Texas. 258 more words

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