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2016 Red Sox roster breakdown

2016 Red Sox roster breakdown

The Boston Red Sox hope that new additions to the team will lead to success in 2016. (Photo courtesy of The Boston Red Sox) Ben St. Pierre Connector Staff The 2015 Boston Red Sox finished a lot stronger than they started, bolstered by the youth of the team giving it all they had, and by

Red Sox say ‘buenas noches’ to Don Orsillo

Kyle Gaudette Connector Editor The Boston Red Sox have done far worse than merely sniff last place in the 2015 season. They have downright set up a “Wally the Green Monster” gift shop at the basement of the American League East. A lack of effort along with, let’s all face it, a lack of exercise,

Hanley and Sandoval coming to town

Benjamin St. Pierre Connector Staff Two of this MLB offseason’s biggest names, Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval, are now ready to call Fenway Park home. Hanley Ramirez signed a four-year base deal worth $88 million with a fifth year team option that would pay Ramirez $22 million in salary if used. Ramirez, a former Red

Land of the Giants

Benjamin St. Pierre Connector Staff The 2014 World Series was between the San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals, two teams for which playoff hopes seemed grim at certain points in the season, never mind making it to the Series itself. The Giants started out hot early in the season, had a forgettable summer, and

Red Sox free agency predictions

by Benjamin St. Pierre The Red Sox have three main issues to address this offseason: solidifying the starting rotation, solving the third base dilemma, and managing the outfield overload. For free agent starting pitchers, Jon Lester is the obvious fan favorite, though he would likely command a deal of over six years and perhaps over

Worst to first to worst to who knows?

Henry St. Pierre Connector Staff To say this Red Sox season has been a disaster is beyond an understatement. Coming off winning the World Series in 2013, a season when most baseball writers had picked them behind teams such as the Rays and Blue Jays to win even the AL East, there were high hopes

The MLB playoff picture

Benjamin St. Pierre Connector Staff First and foremost, for clarification, all predictions presented in this article are as of Thursday, Sept. 18. With this baseball season being the third to feature a second Wild Card team per league, a greater number of teams, throughout the season, consider themselves to be more in the playoff race