Red Sox Offense

Nelson Cruz #23 of the Baltimore Orioles. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Red Sox Whiffing On Nelson Cruz Becoming Biggest Offseason Regret

Nelson Cruz is a one-man wrecking machine giving basically the same output as the entire Red Sox outfield.


Jackie Bradley Jr. (left), Will Middlebrooks (center) and Xander Bogaerts (right) all look to play prominent roles for the 2014 Red Sox. (Getty Images)

Roche: Red Sox Lineup Has Potential To Be As Powerful As Last Year

WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche told Toucher and Rich he is confident in this 2014 Red Sox lineup despite all the youth, and Lester and the front office could find themselves in a lengthy contract negotiation.

98.5 The Sports Hub–02/25/2014

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Offensive Notes From Red Sox’ 20-4 Win Over Tigers

Some interesting notes from Boston’s 20-run outburst against the Detroit Tigers.


Jimmy Rollins #11 of the Philadelphia Phillies greets David Ortiz #34 of the Boston Red Sox during batting practice at Citizens Bank Park on June 29, 2011 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Len Redkoles/Getty Images)

Gresh & Zo: Sean McAdam Interleague Play Gave Red Sox A Crutch

Zo and Roche discuss the Sox lack of offense lately, Kevin Youkilis latest bump and bruise and why the team is struggling so much lately.

98.5 The Sports Hub–06/30/2011

Adrian Gonzalez and Dustin Pedroia celebrate the win over the Los Angeles Angels. The Boston Red Sox defeated the Los Angeles Angels 9-5. (credit: Elsa/Getty Images)

Red Sox Swinging Hot Bats In May, Pedroia Back In Lineup

After a stagnant April, the Red Sox bats have exploded in May.


MAY 02: Dustin Pedroia #15 of the Boston Red Sox is congratulated by teammate David Ortiz #34 after Pedroia and Jacoby Ellsbury scored on a hit by Adrian Gonzalez in the seventh inning against the Los Angeles Angels on May 2, 2011 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Red Sox Bats Heating Up, From Ellsbury To Crawford

The Red Sox bats are starting to heat up and the offense is looking like the one the experts predicted to be “scary” before the season started.


Dustin Pedroia # 15 of the Boston Red Sox is safe as catcher Russell Martin #55 of the New York Yankees is late with the tag in the second inning on Opening Day at Fenway Park on April 8, 2011 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Sean McAdam Joins The Baseball Reporters Tuesday Night

Tony Mazz and Sean McAdam will tackle a couple topics tonight on The Baseball Reporters, including Dustin Pedroia and the Red Sox’ success against the Angels.


Red Sox first baseman Adrian Gonzalez. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

The Baseball Reporters: Sean McAdam On Offensive Woes

Sean McAdam joins Tony Massarotti on The Baseball Reporters Thursday night to discuss the Red Sox’ offensive woes and what to do at the catchers position.