Red Sox call up Andrew Benintendi

Prior to the Red Sox 2-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners last night, the team made an unexpected move by calling up double A Outfielder and Top Prospect, Andrew Benintendi to join the team. Benintendi was a hot name going around during the Trade Deadline as several reports indicated that the Chicago White Sox were…

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Red Sox acquire Drew Pomeranz

The Boston Red Sox have added another starter to their rotation as they’ve acquired LHP, Drew Pomeranz from the San Diego Padres in exchange for 18-year old prospect, Anderson Espinoza. Pomeranz, who made the NL All-Star team this season, has had a great year this season as he’s posted an ERA of 2.47 in 17…

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Breaking News: Tom Brady appeal denied

The U.S. Federal Court has rejected New England Patriots QB, Tom Brady’s latest appeal to his 4-game suspension. Brady who has battled with NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell in the event known as, Deflate-Gate filed for the appeal back in April. This back to back battle dates back to January of 2015 when the Indianapolis Colts…

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Red Sox rally 4 in the ninth to beat Texas

In one of the Red Sox best performances, Ace David Price had one of his careers worst.   Price took the hill and didn’t last up there for very long. After 12 hits, 6 earned runs, and 1 strikeout, Red Sox manager John Farrell made the call to the bullpen.   18 batters would be all…

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Red Sox place Rusney Castillo on outright waivers

In 2014  Ciege de Avila Tigers Outfielder, Rusney Castillo signed a 7 year deal worth $72.5 million dollars as a Cuban defector. 28 MLB teams sent scouts to watch Castillo in Cuba and at least 7 were willing to heavily invest in the 27-year old with high expectations. With only 99 games through 3 seasons,…

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Bogaerts clutch hitting lifts Sox to victory

Xander Bogaerts has been arguably the best shortstop in baseball this season. Last night in San Francisco showed Red Sox fans why Sunday’s bunt call against the Blue Jays should never be seen with runners in scoring position. In the 10th inning, Bogaerts hit a 2 RBI single to shallow centerfield to put Boston on…

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Smart’s spark ignite’s C’s to series tie

“His aggressiveness, his competitiveness, his spirit….our team needs it” Those were the words of Celtics head coach, Brad Stevens when asked about the off the bench performance from Celtics G, Marcus Smart. Smart finished game 4 with 20 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals in 41:31 minutes on the floor. Smart scored 13…

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Isaiah Thomas’ 42 leads Celtics to game 3 win

4-15 on Field Goal attempts, 1-6 on 3-point shots, and 16 points total were Celtics G, Isaiah Thomas’ stats in game 2 against the Atlanta Hawks. Boston fell 89-72 and came into Friday nights came 3 in a must win situation as the series headed to Boston. Brad Stevens found himself in another bad spot…

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Celtics enter must win game tonight

The Boston Celtics find themselves down 2 games to none heading into game 3 of the Eastern Quarterfinals. Brad Stevens’ Celtics now get set to take on Atlanta at the TD Garden where they won 28 of their 48 regular season victories. Boston will look to put their 7-point game 2 1st quarter behind them….

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Bruins comeback falls short; remain out of playoffs

“Must win” is how Bruins fans would describe this game however when your team gives up 6 goals to Chicago, its nearly impossible to comeback and win. Boston came into this game being down 1 point to the 3rd seed, Detroit Red Wings for a playoff spot. With only 3 games remaining of their schedule…

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Red Sox name Shaw 3B over Sandoval

With the Red Sox coming into Spring Training, there was a major topic in the minds of many fans, who will get the starting job as the Red Sox third baseman? An initial reaction would be saying Pablo Sandoval but according to Red Sox Manager, John Farrell that will  not be the case, at least…

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