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The Ground Rules at Tropicana Field Are Unreal

Posted on May 15th, 2013 by John

Tropicana Field Tampa Bay, FL

Cheap Replica NFL Jerseys Sales, The Huge Selection Of Fake NFL Jerseys For Men And Women. Ah, the baseball mecca that is Tropicana Field. First opened in 1990, it was first built to attract the Chicago White Sox to the area before the New Comiskey Park was built in 1989. Later, the city tried to get the San Francisco Giants to come in 1992 but that never came to fruition either. For years the dome sat vacant until 1995 when the Rays were born. Once there was a real baseball team playing, “ground rules” had to be established. Continue

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Posted on May 11th, 2013 by John

Former Red Sox Jonathan Papelbon

Get The Latest, Officially Licensed Replica Nfl Jerseys.With Andrew Bailey and Joel Hanrahan injured, the deep Red Sox bullpen is looking pretty thin. Junichi Tazawa is now the latest pitcher to accept the role as closer, but he shook the confidence of some Red Sox fans after giving up the game winning homerun by Adam Lind in Saturday’s game versus the Toronto Blue Jays. The closer was never issue for this team when Jonathan Papelbon was here. They had it good with Papelbon, now it’s all wrong Continue

Number Crunching The Will Middlebrooks Slump

Posted on May 8th, 2013 by John

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Before you say “Time for a Will Middlebrooks bashing”, let me be clear that I like Middlebrooks. However, it’s hard not to notice how much he is struggling this season. You don’t need to be an advanced scout to see that he’s striking out more, especially at pitches high and away. Middlebrooks can’t get on base and even though he has 6 homeruns, he has left a good amount of runners stranded in scoring position. How bad is his slump? I crunched some numbers and what I found is troubling.

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Andrew Bailey Biceps Injury Still a Problem

Posted on May 5th, 2013 by John

Red Sox pitcher Andrew Bailey

Red Sox closer Andrew Bailey was suppose to be available to pitch on Saturday against the Texas Rangers, but according to the Boston Globe Bailey felt discomfort in his right biceps and hour before the game. This is an about-face from Friday where Bailey claimed he was feeling better. The now often injured Bailey will go see a doctor on Monday when the team returns to Boston for an opinion.

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Clay Buchholz Cheating “Scandal” is Preposterous

Posted on May 3rd, 2013 by John

Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz

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The Red Sox took two of three from the hapless Toronto Blue Jays adding more misery to a terrible season for Canada’s only baseball team. The pitching once again shined through out for the Red Sox, highlighted by Clay Buchholz winning his sixth game on Wednesday. However, there were some Blue Jays pundits and commentators who were claiming that Buchholz was cheating by putting a substance on baseball. Do these sore losers have a case? Continue

The April Portland Sea Dog Report

Posted on May 1st, 2013 by John

Red Sox Prospect Xander Bogaerts

Xander Bogaerts

The Double-A Portland Sea Dogs were already generating a lot buzz with a majority of Red Sox’s top prospects playing for the team. Expectations were high for this team out the gate and so far they are not disappointing their fans. The Sea Dogs finished April with the best record in the Eastern League and were going into May with a four game winning streak. Let’s take a look at some of the top performers of the Sea Dogs for the month of April. Some names might not be as notable as others. Continue

Red Sox Have the Best Record in Baseball (For Now)

Posted on April 29th, 2013 by John

Red Sox Manager John Farrell

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Welcome To Fake NFL Jerseys Online Store. Buy Replica NFL Jerseys From Our Online Store Save Up 70% Off With Free Shipping. In another universe, the loaded Toronto Blue Jays are in first place with the Baltimore Orioles not far behind, the Red Sox are a respectable third place; probably fighting it out with Tampa Bay and the Yankees are in dead last in the A.L. East. However, in a cruel twist of fate (or ankle in this case with Blue Jays SS Jose Reyes) the Blue Jays are the ones in last place, the Yankees are in second (surprisingly) and it’s the Red Sox that are in first place with an 18-7 record as April flows into May. Continue

The April Pawtucket Red Sox Report

Posted on April 28th, 2013 by John

Pawtucket Red Sox OF Jeremy Hazelbaker

PawSox OF Jeremy Hazelbaker

Player development is crucial for any baseball team and the Red Sox have made a strong effort to be a organization that develops their future players from within. Every month, Life After Bobby will take a look at the progress of the minor league Red Sox teams, I will start with analyzing the Triple-A affiliate the Pawtucket Red Sox. As of Saturday April 27, the PawSox are 13-9 and are second in the International League North, 2.5 games behind the Toronto Blue Jays affiliate Buffalo. Continue

Alfredo Aceves Optioned to Pawtucket

Posted on April 25th, 2013 by John

Red Sox Pitcher Alfredo Aceves

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The Red Sox optioned Alfredo Aceves to Triple-A Pawtucket, a clear sign that the team has had enough with him regardless of what is being spinned at Fenway. His last time out Aceves gave up seven runs in three innings and seemed to blame everyone but himself for his performance. For the season, Aceves has an 8.66 ERA and a 28.6% Home Run to Fly Ball rate, that means a lot of the fly balls he gives end up being homeruns (an average HR/FB rate is 9.5%). Continue

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Posted on April 23rd, 2013 by John

Red Sox Shortstop Stephen Drew

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