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Red Sox Update 4/21

AL East Standings

1.       Orioles 10-4

2.       Yankees 10-5

3.       Red Sox 10-6

4.       Rays 9-8

5.       Blue Jays 3-12

On 4/20 it was yet again the Chris Sale and Mookie Betts show.  Sale simply was sensational yet again.  Sale sizzled through eight innings only walking one and giving up four hits.  He struck out 13 Blue Jays.  There was controversy surrounding why Sale did not pitch the ninth inning as well given how the number of pitches tossed through eight was quite low. 

Kimbrel came on in a tie game and gave up a solo home run to Morales leading off the ninth to tie the game at 1-1.  Mookie Betts bailed out Kimbrel and the Red Sox in the tenth inning with a bases clearing double.  Betts has been on fire and is now hitting .340.

The Red Sox now travel to Baltimore for a three game set against the first place Orioles.  After that they are home against the revamped and youthful New York Yankees and the defending World Series Champion Chicago Cubs.  This is a very tough stretch coming up where the pitching staff will certainly be tested as well as the management of bullpen arms and middle relievers stepping up and getting the job done.  After this stretch we should have a much better view of exactly who the Red Sox are this season.  Moving past the flu epidemic and players missing games into this level of competition will be a great way to evaluate the team and how it looks in early May.

Injury Updates 4/25

The Red Sox placed 3B Pablo Sandoval on the 10-day DL with a sprained knee today.  Panda has been struglging both at the plate and in the field essentially this entire season.  Hopefully he can get healhty and turn it around but the Red Sox know they made a huge bet on Sandoval heading into this season.

David Price tossed 45 pitches off of a mound again today.  Price sounds very optimistic about making a full return this season.  The lefty stated he threw 15 pitches in three different sets while sitting for eight minutes between each set.  He continues to tell everyone he has no discomfort in that left elbow.   

Red Sox Update 4/17

The Boston Red Sox find themselves at 7-5 through 12 games and in 3rd place in the American League East.  This far one of the biggest stories of the season was the start of the year and the team losing several players to illness and one key player to bereavement.  The flu seemed to sweep through the Red Sox and sideline a handful of players.  At this point the Red Sox have everyone back and are operating at close to full strength.  Jackie Bradley Jr. and David Price remain on the disabled list.

The main stories on the field are clearly Chris Sale and Mitch Moreland.  Chris Sale has been absolutely sensational in his three starts though he only has one win to show for it.  Sale is dominating opposing hitters and leading the league in strikeouts.  In his last outing Sale was brilliant over eight full innings and striking out twelve. 

Mitch Moreland is hitting .356 with 9 doubles.  The Red Sox obtained Moreland to fill the void left by David Ortiz by combining his output at first base and DH with that of Hanley Ramirez.  It appears that so far that plan is working out nicely.   

Pitching:

The pitching to this point has been a bit of a mixed bag.  The Red Sox continue to operate without David Price in the rotation and a handful of players have not performed well of late.  There are two extremely important pitchers that have been outstanding: Chris Sale and Craig Kimbrel.  Sale, as mentioned above has been simply breathtaking.  Kimbrel, in his role as the heavily scrutinized Sox closer, is pitching wonderfully even with the added drama of him putting men on base in critical situations.  Despite a few walks here and there Kimbrel is slamming the door shut in save situations and is a big reason why the Sox are above .500 currently.

Rick Porcello has not looked great yet.  The Cy Young Winner from 2016 is off to a tepid start that includes getting roughed up last time out.  Steven Wright hasn’t been able to find a groove and Eduardo Rodriguez has been well mediocre and not that inspiring to this point.  There is however plenty of time to get the pitchers rolling in the right direction.  It’s a long season so hopefully guys can get healthy and stay healthy.  

Red Sox Update 4/7

The regular season finally arrived and the Red Sox jumped out to a 2-0 start winning both games at Fenway Park against the Pittsburgh Pirates.  Steady rains arrived on Thursday of that first week and the third game was subsequently rained out.

The biggest highlight of the first week was the sensational debut of Chris Sale.  Sale was absolutely brilliant tossing seven scoreless innings and giving up only three hits and one walk.  Sale also struck out seven batters.  Catcher Sandy Leon won the game in the 12th inning for the Red Sox with a three run homer.

On Opening Day the Red Sox welcomed members of the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots out for pregame ceremonies.  The Red Sox beat the Pirates 5-3 behind the stellar play of rookie sensation Andrew Benintendi.  LF Benintendi is already hitting in the third spot in the order.  In addition to making a fabulous catch in tricky left field at Fenway, Benintendi smashed a 3-r homer to lead the Red Sox.  Cy Young Winner Rick Porcello started the game and was quite solid.

The Red Sox now head to Detroit for a four game series and then return to Fenway Park for a short series with the Baltimore Orioles.  The rained out game with Pittsburgh will take place on Thursday April 13th.  


Red Sox Spring Training Update - March 22nd

The Red Sox continue to roll through Spring Training as we get past the phase which includes the World Baseball Classic and the associated distractions.  Let’s get caught up on a few key players and happenings:

Chris Sale – By all accounts Chris Sale appears to be gearing up for a very strong performance.  On 3/21 Sale went a full six innings and struck out ten New York Yankees.  Sale didn’t walk a batter and gave up only four hits.  Unfortunately one of those hits was a two run homer.

Mitch Moreland – Mitch continues to make a strong case for himself getting plenty of at bats this season.  Moreland is hitting .375 with 12 RBI this spring along with playing some solid defense.

David Price – Things are still somewhat unclear with David Price and his elbow.  He has returned to doing some throwing and the team keeps stating that they expect him on the mound before the end of May.  This bears careful watching as we simply do not know what will happen at this point with that elbow.

Drew Pomeranz – Pomeranz is another question mark for the Red Sox pitching depth.  He continues to tell everyone that he is doing ok yet he consistently reports discomfort in his tricep on his throwing arm.  Pomeranz has battled injuries the entire time since his arrival via a trade in 2016 so again this is another that bears close scrutiny.  

Red Sox Spring Training Update – March 10th

The Boston Red Sox have been down at Fenway South for a couple weeks now and things seem to be progressing fairly smoothly.  Here are the main points of discussion to this point:

David Price – Is his injury serious?  There was speculation initially that Price’s elbow injury was leading straight to Tommy John surgery.  However, after a visit with Dr. Andrews the pitcher was told to rest for 7-10 days and evaluate again at that point.  We will have to wait and see what happens.

Chris Sale – Sales has made one start this spring so far and he was ok.  There “news” related to Sale is that there really hasn’t been any news.  Sale appears to be preparing for the season as he would any other season.  Most importantly he looks healthy.

EROD – Eduardo Rodriguez has made two starts so far and looked pretty solid.  This is great news.  Erod is crucial to the depth of the Red Sox rotation this season and he needs to bounce back strongly.  It’s great news to see Erod healthy and gaining momentum.

Mitch Moreland – To this point it looks like Mitch Moreland can provide some pop in the lineup against RH pitching and spell Hanley Ramirez at 1B.  This was a huge question coming in with the retirement of David Ortiz.  Moreland has flashed some power.  So far so good.  Let’s keep our eye on him and hope he is a powerful force in the lineup.    

Red Sox Recap

Preview:

The Red Sox were winners again of the American League East in 2016 but finished the season with a swift and disappointing loss to the Cleveland Indians in the first round of the MLB Playoffs.  However, fans have every reason to be very excited about the upcoming 2017 season and attending Red Sox games at Fenway Park and other stadiums around MLB.  SeatsForEveryone.com provides a 200% Guarantee on all sales and is your #1 source for Red Sox tickets. 

In the offseason Red Sox management got to work rapidly and in very aggressive fashion.  The biggest move of course was the acquisition of Chris Sale to substantially augment the starting rotation while giving away prized prospect Moncada.  Now the Red Sox will hit the season running with three studs leading their rotation David Price, Rick Porcello off his Cy Young, and the aforementioned Chris Sale.  In addition to this firepower the Red Sox still have Erod, Steven Wright, Drew Pomeranz, and others. 

Let’s take a look at the Red Sox projected lineup:

LF – Andrew Benintendi

CF – JBJ Jr.

RF – Mookie Betts

3B – Pablo Sandoval

SS – Xander Bogaerts

2B – Dustin Pedroia

1B – Mitch Moreland

DH – Hanley Ramirez

C – Sandy Leon

This Boston Red Sox team should continue to score lots of runs and be very effective even with the retirement of David Ortiz.  The team didn’t get much from 3B last season so Sandoval could actually be an upgrade.  This will also be the first full season for Andrew Benintendi and that could add another full time above .300 hitter to this lineup.  This should be a very exciting and fun filled season.

Chris Sale - One of the most intriguing aspects of this coming season will be the performance of Chris Sale.  Sale is in what many times is the sweet spot for a pitcher's career arc when they reach maximum output and performance levels.  Lots of fans are curious to see how well he can produce with the support of a stronger team behind him.  Chris Sale put up very impressive numbers for a teamthat was generally struggling and rebuilding.  It will be very exciting to see what Chris Sale can do with a very taleneted supporting cast around him.  

Here are the final standings from last season and the odds to win the World Series and season win total assigned by the oddsmakers:

1.        Boston Red Sox 93-69

2.       Toronto Blue Jays 89-73

3.       Baltimore Orioles 89-73

4.       New York Yankees 84-78

5.       Tampa Bay Rays 68-94

Red Sox Odds to win the World Series:  11/2

Season Win Total: 96.5

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