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Mariners Manager Search: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Position

The Seattle Mariners once traded Jason Varitek away from the organization. In search of a new voice for its vacant managerial position, the club has apparently contacted Varitek about a potential return. Continue for updates. Varitek, Cora and Bogar Candidates for Mariners Gig Tuesday, Oct. Show More Summary

Swihart Becomes 1st Boston Rookie Since 1998 to Hit 2 Homers in Bronx

Boston Red Sox catcher Blake Swihart hit a pair of home runs in Wednesday's 10-4 win over the New York Yankees, becoming the first Red Sox rookie since Jason Varitek (a fellow catcher) in 1998 to hit multiple homers in a game at Yankee...Show More Summary

Cal Ripken, Jason Varitek and 3 more of the worst All-Stars of the century

Cal Ripken’s a Hall of Famer, and his 2001 All-Star home run earned him the game’s MVP award. But based on his first-half (...)

Stephen Drew, the last remaining free-agent hitter you care about

Stephen Drew is one of those weird cases, a mid-first rounder who should have been a top-three pick, like Jason Varitek or Jered Weaver. Drew was supposed to be an All-Star, if not a perennial MVP candidate. He was a golden draftee, the kind that don't come around but once or twice every few years. He turned out to be pretty okay. Show More Summary

My 100 Favorite Red Sox Cards - 75 Through 51

Continuing on with the countdown, let's bite off another chunk of 25 and look at cards 75 through 51 today... #75 - 2008 Upper Deck Jason Varitek Quite a few good arguments for this one. 2008 Upper Deck, World Series Championship trophy (and sweatshirt), and team captain. Show More Summary

Red Sox 9, Phillies 2: FIVE Steals!

Holy Buckets! Why is it that when something THIS amazing happens, I don’t get to see it? The Jason Varitek smashing his glove into A-Rod’s Face? Blackout. That Clay Person throwing his no hitter in 2007? On a Cruise Ship. The Game where the Sox beat the Marlins 25-8? Board Retreat. Last night? Blackout. Holy [...]

Breaking Down Jason Varitek's Past, Present and Future Impact on Boston Red Sox

Jason Varitek's days behind the plate as the Red Sox catcher are over, though his involvement with the organization is not. Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington appointed Varitek as a special assistant to the GM, which brings Varitek back into the world of baseball in Boston. Show More Summary

Why Jason Varitek Was a Better Red Sox Managerial Option Than John Farrell

John Farrell is the new manager of the Boston Red Sox. He takes over a team that won just 69 games, Boston's worst season since 1965. Farrell is expected to restore order to a clubhouse and team in disarray, but former Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek would have been a better choice for the job. Show More Summary

Could Jason Varitek Catch On as Red Sox Coach under John Farrell?

The rumors are already circulating on Red and elsewhere that Torey Lovullo will be joining new Red Sox manager John Farrell’s staff as bench coach. Since Lovullo served as Farrell’s first base coach in Toronto and is also familiar with the Red Sox organization – having managed at Triple-A Pawtucket in 2010 – this seems like a logical choice. Show More Summary

5 Reasons Jason Varitek Would Be Instant Hit as Boston Red Sox Manager

After spending nearly seven months at home with his family and adjusting to life as a non-major league baseball player, Jason Varitek is back with the Boston Red Sox. However, it is not as manager as many Red Sox fans had hoped. For the time being, that is probably best. Show More Summary

Jason Varitek Should Replace Bobby Valentine as Red Sox Manager

The Red Sox are in trouble. The team sits 12.5 games out of first place in the AL East, unable to catch the Yankees and the surging Rays. On top of that, the Red Sox are 6.5 games out of the wild card race, and have not won a series since they played Detroit in late July. Show More Summary

Duquette's Defrauding

Today is the 15th anniversary of one of the most lopsided trades in baseball history. On July 31, 1997, the Boston Red Sox traded Heathcliff Slocumb to Seattle for Derek Lowe and Jason Varitek. WAR after the trade Lowe 30.2 (18 with Boston) Varitek 21.3 Slocumb 0.5

Boston Red Sox: Will Jarrod Saltalamacchia Be the Odd Man Out?

Jarrod Saltalamacchia is putting together a fine season for himself. The 27-year-old catcher from West Palm Beach, Florida has taken over the rather difficult task of filling the shoes of a Boston icon in Jason Varitek. Varitek was highly...Show More Summary

Boston's Dustin Pedroia Changes His Red Sox to Knee Length

With the changing of the guard at Fenway Park we have seen also the changing of the socks. For many years Jason Varitek, known for his notable big C on the chest, was dubbed official “Captain” of the team. One of the unwritten signs he was the old fashioned task master was the way he wore his red stockings. Show More Summary

For Father's Day, a (G)love Story

“You be Jason Varitek, and I’ll be Tim Wakefield,” my daughter yells, grabbing her mitt and heading to the backyard for some post-dinner pitching. At seven years old, Rachel is already on her second hand-me-down glove from big brother Jason, but she’s never asked me for a new one. Show More Summary

Boston mayor celebrates Celtics’ “KJ” and “Hondo,” not KG and Rondo (video)

5 years agoSports : The Early Lead

Over the last decade, the city of Boston has celebrated professional championships in hockey, basketball, football and baseball. And Manglin’ Mayor Thomas Menino has presided over ’em all. There was JasonVaritek splitting the uprights” instead of Adam Vinatieri. Tom Brady’s favorite receivers, Rob “Grabowski” (Gronkowski) and Wes “Weckler” (Welker). Read full article >>

Opening Day For The Red Sox

At the first game at Fenway Park this year, the Red Sox invited a pair of old friends to throw out the ceremonial first pitch: Tim Wakefield and Jason Varitek. There was a delay as Wakefield waited for Varitek to be replaced by Doug Mirabelli. The ceremonial first pitch was clocked at 67 m.p.h. and it was hit down the line for a double.

O Captain, My Captain

When you think to yourself, "Gosh, I can't believe that Jason Varitek isn't playing anymore!", it probably helps to remember that he was alive when these colors were normal and acceptable: There you go. Now he seems a lot older to y...

Boston Red Sox: Youth Movement Is in Full Effect

The announced retirements of Tim Wakefield and Jason Varitek have triggered a youth movement in the city of Boston, albeit inadvertently. Through the ashes of a failed 2011 season (and yes, even with 90 wins, it was a failure) and the slate being wiped clean, there are a lot of fresh new faces taking the field in 2012. Show More Summary

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