Boston Globe columnist, Dan Shaughnessy joined Gresh & Zo to recap the first two games of the ALCS and look at tonight’s Game 3 pitching matchup.
David Ortiz is still getting it done in the clutch, and his teammates are still in awe of the 37-year-old DH.
David Ortiz had the biggest swing of the ALCS on Sunday night, clubbing a game-tying grand slam in the bottom of the eighth.
It wasn’t easy, and the game itself was anything but conventional, but the Red Sox earned a hard-fought victory in Game 4 of the ALDS to earn a trip to the ALCS.
The Red Sox are not hanging their heads after losing a hard-fought playoff game, and will be ready to go Tuesday night for Game 4 against the Rays.
A pair of historic streaks by Red Sox closer Koji Uehara came to an end Tuesday night, but there’s little doubt the Boston closer will bounce back.
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The Red Sox will be without lead-off man Jacoby Ellsbury Friday night when they continue their four-game set with the Yankees in New York.
Dan Roche says there’s no question about it: the 2013 Red Sox get straight A’s when it comes to team chemistry.
The Red Sox will be without center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury Tuesday night as they continue their series with the Detroit Tigers at Fenway Park.