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It is looking more and more that this should be Bogaerts last year in Boston

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer After coming off a very mediocre month of July that saw the team post their only losing month of baseball this season (13-14) – not to mention having to deal the David Price/Dennis Eckersley drama – the Red Sox have been on a roll in August. Enter Tuesday night’s game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Fenway Park,...
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Farrell’s foibles could finish the Sox in the postseason

By Kevin Flanagan  BSD Senior Staff Writer "In the ninth inning, I messed up. I know the rule, I messed up trying to get Kimbrel into the game, but it worked out," said Red Sox manager John Farrell following a comeback; 10th inning 3-2 win over the Yankees in New York Sunday night/Monday morning. "We matched up. We got outs when we needed. It was...
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No need to sell it, Sale’s peak is sneakily similar to Pedro’s

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer After, in his own words, getting his “ass kicked” by the Cleveland Indians in his last start prior to the absolute gem he threw against the Rays in Tampa on Tuesday night, Chris Sale responded like only a true ace can do. He toyed with the long ball-loving lineup for eight innings, allowing just two hits and no...
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Rafael to the rescue – the Red Sox are a different team with Devers

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer It’s no secret, third base has been a black hole offensively since the start of the season for the Red Sox. Why president of baseball operations thought he was all set with a reduced in volume – and, in hindsight, ability – Pablo Sandoval, and did not feel the need to protect him club at the position by...
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