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So, I remember writing this and had to revisit after the last week of so of Red Sox related news: http://www.overthemonster.com/2010/9/15/1690025/a-bridge-over-dirty-water-part-1 Really should...
Series Preview: Red Sox Look to Recoup in Cleveland. After a dismal beginning to their 2011 season, the Boston Red Sox head to Cleveland hoping to get on track and into the win column.
After a stellar statistical campaign in 2010, what can Red Sox fans expect from Clay Buchholz as an encore this upcoming season? Is regression truly inevitable?
Don't understand baseball fans or their love for the sport? Over the Monster's Logan Lietz, a passionate baseball fan, well tell you that you're exactly right. Don't understand that? Then this article is for you.
In moment number five of Over the Monster's top moments of 2010, the Red Sox and Yankees clash on Opening Night. Boston would overcome a shaky start from Josh Beckett, rallying for a come-from-behind 9-7 win in game one.
In number 10 of Over the Monster's Top Moments of 2010, Daniel Bard enters a must-win game in the Bronx during the seventh inning with the bases loaded and a slim lead, then turns in the most impressive performance of his young career.
The first of two articles in which Over the Monster's Logan Lietz looks for reasoning behind this year's swift shift in the public opinion of both Jacoby Ellsbury and Terry Francona, and why it may not be entirely coincidental. Part two will be posted September 22nd and will feature exclusive input from the Boston Globe's Tony Massarotti.
After a crushing 14-5 loss Tuesday night against the Tampa Bay Rays, the fat lady is now taking your requests at Fenway.
Whether the Red Sox make the playoffs or not this season, there are already plenty of retrospective reasons to look back on 2010 in a positive light.
A look at the contractual state of the Boston Red Sox's starting rotation. In retrospect, was signing both John Lackey and Josh Beckett to long-term deals a good idea?
Lester leads Boston to a 3-1 victory and back into the win column with a dominating performance in Texas.
A look at the Red Sox's remaining schedule and whether or not it should evoke a sense of optimism or pessimism regarding the team's playoff potential.
Backed by Jed Lowrie and Mike Lowell, the Red Sox ride a late game burst of offense to a 7-5 series opening win in Toronto.
Could Stolmy Pimentel be the next Hanley Ramirez? The success of the Red Sox's pitching prospect is significant for reasons extending beyond the field of play.
A little help from Lowrie and the rest of the lineup proves enough as Lackey leads the Red Sox to a victory in his return to Angels Stadium.
So first they go on the West Coast and treat us to 10:00 PM games... And now they play at 3:35 in the middle of the week? Man, if I were a productive member of society at the moment, I'd be really...
Are the 2010 Red Sox destined to remain depleted by injuries to key components? A look at which of the disabled list returnees will prove most valuable.
Do recent rumors regarding the Red Sox's pursuit of Royals' outfielder David DeJesus suggest the potential end of the Ellsbury Era in Boston?
With Major League Baseball's non-waiver trade deadline approaching, which of the Boston Red Sox's prospects find themselves most expendable?
Clay Buchholz's emergence as a dependable top-tier starter in the Boston rotation has been the driving force behind the Red Sox's resurgence in the American League East.
The Boston Red Sox's first four draft picks in 2010 were made with an eye on the immediate future, as the club attempts to amend the "bridge period."
A series of quick hits, stats and stories to follow after the Red Sox's 11-0 win in Baltimore Friday night.