David Ortiz has a simple message for Red Sox fans and those that cover the team: Lay off Josh Beckett.
Josh Beckett is exceptional at a handful of things in this world. On Tuesday afternoon, he reminded us that shutting people up is one of them.
Josh Beckett struck out nine over seven scoreless innings as the Sox beat the Mariners 5-0.
Tuesday marks the 32nd birthday of Josh Beckett, and the crowd at Fenway Park could be poised to give him a heavy dose of boos as a present.
Josh Beckett looks to avoid losing a third consecutive outing Tuesday night when the Red Sox wrap up their two-game series with the Seattle Mariners.
Daniel Nava went deep for the Red Sox on Monday, just his second career home run and first since taking the first pitch he saw out back in 2010.
It was a frustrating start to the season, but Jon Lester put together an ace-like performance for the Boston Red Sox on Monday night.
Jon Lester pitched his second complete game of the season and Daniel Nava and Kelly Shoppach each homered, leading the Boston Red Sox to a 6-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Monday.
The struggling Jon Lester looks to bring Boston a fourth consecutive win Monday night when the Seattle Mariners begin a brief stop at Fenway Park.
The knuckleballer won more games at Fenway Park than any pitcher in history.