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Name: Over The Monster
Description: A blog devoted to the 2004 World Series Champions
URL: http://www.overthemonster.com
RSS Feeds: Boston Red Sox - http://www.overthemonster.com/rss/index.rdf
Related Team(s): Red Sox
Related Sports(s): Baseball
Date Added: 2005-02-22 19:18:40
Recent Entries (past three days) | All Entries

Red Sox prefer to keep Drew Pomeranz, trade Clay Buchholz

The Red Sox are listening to all offers, but their preferences are clear The Red Sox are set to trade a #MysteryStarter to a #MysteryTeam in the days, weeks, or perhaps even months to come. And while not even the Red Sox know who will fill ...

Who is Tyler Thornburg?

Tyler Thornburg was the first big acquisition on Tuesday, so let’s learn a little more about him. The Red Sox took the baseball world by storm on Tuesday, making two major trades and then signing Mitch Moreland for some reason. Obviously,...

Daily Red Sox Links: Clay Buchholz, Pablo Sandoval, Mitch Moreland

Today’s links look at the division’s reactions to Boston’s moves, teams calling about starting pitchers, and a confession from Pablo Sandoval. The rest of the division is not so thrilled with what the Red Sox did this week. (

The possibility of a historically left-handed Red Sox rotation

With so many southpaws around, Boston could have one of the most left-handed rotations in the history of the game “Do they leave it there during the game?” That famous line from one-time Red Sox lefty and Hall of Fame-level raconteur B...

Red Sox lose Justin Haley and Aneury Tavarez, reclaim Josh Rutledge in Rule 5 draft

The Red Sox had an eventful Rule 5 draft day. The Red Sox have lost pitcher Justin Haley to the Angels and outfielder Aneury Tavarez in the Rule 5 draft, taking Josh Rutledge back from the Colorado Rockies with their pick. The loss of Hal...

Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, David Ortiz, Mitch Moreland

Today’s links look at the prospects dealt for Chris Sale, the payroll situation, and the likelihood of another trade involving a starting pitcher. Ben Carsley has his analysis of the Chris Sale deal. (


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