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Ubaldo Jiménez Ejected From No-Hitter Attempt

6 hours agoSports : Deadspin

Ubaldo Jiménez left tonight’s game against the Red Sox without surrendering a base hit after umpire Jordan Baker ejected the Orioles pitcher for allegedly hitting Boston third baseman Pablo Sandoval with a pitch on purpose in the fourth inning. Show More Summary

The Mookie Show: What Red Sox Fans Should Expect from Mookie Betts in 2015

Boston is quickly falling in love with Mookie Betts. The diminutive 22-year-old outfielder set social media abuzz this week after a remarkable performance against the Washington Nationals on Monday afternoon. In the game’s first four...Show More Summary

World's Coolest Jobs: How Fenway Park's Organist Strikes A Chord With Fans

Josh Kantor uses a background in improv and indie rock to go way beyond "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" when the Red Sox play at home. When you think about who plays the organ during games at Boston's historic Fenway Park, you might imagine...Show More Summary

Accidental Apple Pay triggers: When iPhone and NFC don't get along

I love Apple Pay, but I wish it wouldn't automatically trigger for every NFC chip everywhere. On Wednesday, I spent a lovely afternoon with my aunt, uncle, and gentleman friend at Fenway Park in Boston to see the Red Sox. (Unfortunately,...Show More Summary

How the 2015 Red Sox plan to play like the 2013 World Series champs, but better

BOSTON — In the bottom of the third inning of Tuesday night’s game at Fenway Park, David Ortiz, the iconic embodiment of the Boston Red Sox, dug in to face Stephen Strasburg, the Washington Nationals’ would-be ace of a right-hander. Strasburg started Ortiz with a curveball, and Ortiz studied it, a called strike. Show More Summary

DC Sports Bog: Nats reliever Rafael Martin’s big league debut was historically great

Nationals reliever Rafael Martin had no words to describe his major league debut in Wednesday’s 10-5 win at Boston and Red Sox hitters had no answers for the 30-year-old former construction worker’s stuff.Read full article >>

The Stadium Grift Reaches Rhode Island

Above: Boston Red Sox CEO, co-owner of the Pawtucket Red Sox, and extremely poor man Larry Lucchino. The Pawtucket Red Sox (or PawSox as they are known) is Boston’s AAA baseball team. The stadium is, frankly, a dump. Historic but not a great place to see a game. So the team’s owners want to move […]

Why two pitches are wrecking Stephen Strasburg’s season thus far

Stephen Strasburg continues to struggle.The 26-year-old gave up five runs in 5.1 innings to the Boston Red Sox in what was supposed to be a bounce-back effort after allowing six runs (three unearned) to the New York Mets in his debut.Read full article >>

4 Biggest Takeaways for the Boston Red Sox Following MLB Opening Week

Baseball is a game of attrition, which makes finding clear-cut takeaways after 5 percent of the season has been played a difficult proposition. David Ortiz's struggles (.188 average) in eight games aren't necessarily a sign that BigShow More Summary

Red Sox's Rotation Belongs on Short Leash After Recent Struggles

Let's face it. There always was going to be a point in the 2015 season when we gathered to freak out about the Boston Red Sox's starting rotation. Well, get your freak-out hats on. Just nine games into Boston's season, the time is now. Things started out well for the Red Sox's rotation. Show More Summary

Boston Red Sox Rumors: As Cole Hamels Trade Talks Cool Down, Boston Could Have A New Ace In Their Sights

The Boston Red Sox are rumored to have a new ace in their sights after a deal for Cole Hamels appears to be slipping out of their grasp. Trade talks between the Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies are rumored to have cooled regarding...Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Rafael Martin strikes out five in impressive major league debut

BOSTON —By the fifth inning of Wednesday afternoon’s win against the Red Sox, Rafael Martin thought it might soon be time. He had thought it might be time the previous night, too. If the Nationals had tied the game in the ninth, it would have been. Show More Summary

Nationals offense comes to life and Gio Gonzalez holds down Red Sox in 10-5 win

BOSTON — Until Wednesday afternoon, the Washington Nationals had managed do only one thing right a day. On days their starting pitching was terrific, their bullpen, defense and offense failed. When the offense came to life, some combination of the game’s other aspects broke down. Show More Summary

Nationals Beat Red Sox 10-5 to Avoid Sweep

2 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Wilson Ramos hit a three-run double and Ian Desmond a solo homer during Washington's six-run third inning, and the Nationals beat the Boston Red Sox 10-5 Wednesday to avoid a three-game sweep.

Red Sox hold moment of silence marking second anniversary of Boston Marathon bombing

On Wednesday during their game against the Washington Nationals, the Boston Red Sox honored the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing with (...)

Tom Brady is bad at first pitches, excellent at mocking himself

You know who had the best time mocking Tom Brady’s sod-burner of a first pitch at the Boston Red Sox’ home opener? Tom Brady. Yeah, he’s better than everyone else at mocking himself and crushing social media, too. Gee, this guy. It’s a good thing he’s pretty funny and adorable with it, especially when he […]

Boston Red Sox Sign ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Founder Pete Frates to Honorary Contract (Video)

Remember last summer when everybody was dumping buckets of cold water on their heads and posting the videos on the interwebz? Well, that little social media trend resulted in a HUGE influx in donations to the ALS Association. In fact, according to a New York Times report, the $41.8 million the foundation received from July […]

Defense, bullpen betray Nationals again in 8-7 loss to Red Sox

BOSTON — Blake Treinen smacked his glove in anger, then ran toward home. Just when it looked like the Washington Nationals had snapped out of their week-long funk and solved their offensive malaise, their defense imploded yet again. A six-run fifth inning had given the Nationals a two-run lead. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Nationals, Red Sox talked about Jordan Zimmermann this past winter

BOSTON — As the Nationals weighed their roster options this winter, they had conversations with the Red Sox, who had interest in starter Jordan Zimmermann but weren’t offering fair value in exchange from the Nationals’ view. Zimmermann took the loss Monday in the Nationals’ sloppy performance in Boston.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Nationals defense off to slow start, again

BOSTON — The best defensive play the Nationals made Monday afternoon was made by pitcher Tanner Roark, and perhaps that says it all. While the Red Sox got a highlight reel grab from Mookie Betts, a few nice picks from first baseman Mike...Show More Summary

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