Welcome to "Another Night With Pedro," or, as we like to say around the ballpark, "The Good, The Bad, The In-Between."
Pedro Martinez pitched... Read more
It was just one of those days for the Red Sox yesterday in a 5-4 loss to the Seattle Mariners at Fenway Park.
One of those days on which David... Read more
Funny thing about perfection. Sometimes it works in mysterious ways.
Curt Schilling strived for it yesterday, pitching his heart out before he... Read more
SEATTLE -- It went 11 innings, not 15 rounds, but you would never know from looking at the flushed, puffy-eyed face of Red Sox manager Terry... Read more
SEATTLE -- Sleep? Please. Not at this dateline, not under those circumstances.
A game like the Red Sox lost Monday night to the Seattle Mariners... Read more
SEATTLE -- Forget about the curse and the Sports Illustrated jinx. The Red Sox last night fell victim to a brief revival of their first-half... Read more
SEATTLE -- So, Jason Varitek, we all know you are the de facto captain of the Boston Red Sox. You are the quiet leader of this team, the man who... Read more
SEATTLE -- Former Red Sox righthander Carl Mays died in 1971, the year Pedro Martinez, Kevin Millar, and Bill Mueller were born. When Mays died,... Read more
SEATTLE -- Something was wrong, and it troubled Jason Varitek.
No, it wasn't Manny Ramirez's base-running blunder that cost Varitek an RBI and... Read more
Manager Terry Francona had to tear up his lineup card and start over before last night's 7-2 victory over the Seattle Mariners.
In Francona's... Read more
The lyric little bandbox played like Yankee Stadium -- like the pre-renovation Yankee Stadium -- for most of 18 innings here at Fenway yesterday... Read more
It was a dark and stormy night by the time a second set of 34,000 filed out of Fenway Park last night. A split-admission Mother's Day doubleheader... Read more
SEATTLE -- Raise your hand if you want to see anyone but Johnny Damon play center field for the Red Sox next season. The can't-miss kid, Hanley... Read more
SEATTLE -- It's one of those shared bits of folk wisdom that carries as much currency on Tobacco Road as it does in the Back Bay: If it ain't... Read more
SEATTLE -- His emotional state, measured in word and expression, fell somewhere between blithe and indifferent. Four hundred home runs? Fifth... Read more
Curt Schilling took it personally when someone (me) wrote on the eve of spring training that only one pitcher in the last 25 years had observed as... Read more
The writing was on the wall yesterday morning. Tacked up in the Red Sox clubhouse, just inside the door, it went like this: Stern CF, Cora 2B,... Read more
On two occasions this season Josh Beckett has pressed his right cleat against the rubber to see a runner on third base with only one out. The... Read more
This was all new to him, the visitor from Southern California said, this quirky regional holiday known as Patriots Day (''Got to have something to... Read more
RED SOX -- Youkilis flied to center. Loretta flied to right. Ortiz (33) homered to right. Ramirez flied to right. ONE RUN, ONE HIT,... Read more
SEATTLE -- The kid, who was winless in his first three years in pro ball and has an elbow that should be wearing a hospital tag for all the... Read more
SEATTLE -- Manny Ramírez may have done the smartest thing any Red Sox outfielder did yesterday afternoon when he took advantage of a break in the... Read more
SEATTLE -- Coco Crisp dressed and walked past a group of reporters last night who had gathered around his locker to ask him about his misplay in... Read more
SEATTLE -- Where have you gone, Mike Timlin?
Over the last 22 games, the 40-year-old righthanded setup man has set up disasters. He has allowed... Read more
SEATTLE -- Lefty Jon Lester's sore back hasn't shown any improvement, so the Red Sox sent him back to Boston yesterday to have tests.
Player and... Read more
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