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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
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Red Sox vs. Angels lineups: Sinking Sox head west

The slipping Red Sox will hope they can go on the road and make up for what they didn't do at home. The Sox are off to Los Angeles in an attempt to right their suddenly listing ship. Lineup

Five Red Sox prospects make MLB.com’s mid-season top 100

We’ve got a Jason Groome ranking! MLB.com has made its mid-season update to its top 100 prospects list, and it features five Red Sox, including two of the top-10. It’s of cou...

Red Sox minor lines: Heath Hembree gets back to work

Heath Hembree is back in the minors, but his stay should be brief Pawtucket W 3-0 Rusney Castillo: 2-4 Marco Hernandez: 2-4, K Brennan Boesch: 0-3, K Roman Mende...

Red Sox in the mix on Jonathan Lucroy trade

Could Boston be a landing spot for one of the trade market’s best bats? The Red Sox have been named as one of six teams in on catcher Jonathan Lucroy by Jerry Crasnick including, yes, a mystery team:

Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Eduardo Rodriguez, Craig Kimbrel

Today’s links look at Boston’s upcoming schedule, the short-handed bullpen and its consequences, and Eduardo Rodriguez’s latest step forward. Brett Cowett points out that the Red Sox have something of a harrowing schedule coming up, e...

Red Sox 3, Tigers 4: Swept and slipping away

The Red Sox need to find a new script in a hurry With precious few home games remaining to them this season, the Red Sox have turned in one disappointing performance after another in over these last six games in Fenway, capped off with anot...

Red Sox' list of untouchables suggests they're done making big deals

We've got a list of the names the Sox won't listen on, and it's a bit longer than you might expect. While Dave Dombrowski has remained non-committal on the Red Sox' trade plans going forward, Peter Gammons provides a list of untouchables--...

Red Sox vs. Tigers lineups: Eduardo Rodriguez stands between Sox and a sweep

Can Eduardo Rodriguez save the Red Sox from an ugly sweep and send them West with a win? The Red Sox are on the verge of being swept at home by the Detroit Tigers, with Eduardo Rodriguez the only one who can save them.

Red Sox minor lines: Nick Longhi on the rise

Nick Longhi's had an understated season thus far in 2016, but July has seen him at his best. Pawtucket W 4-2 Rusney Castillo: 1-4 Marco Hernandez: 1-5, 2 K Christian Vazquez: 0-4, BB, K Brennan Boesch: 2-5, 2B, HR, K Henry Owens: 5 ...

Hanley Ramirez’ 2016 has been a roller coaster

Hanley Ramirez’ overall line makes him look like a solidly above-average contributor this year, but he’s never actually hit like his line portrays him. Over the last few weeks, Hanley Ramirez has been an absolute delight to watch at the...

Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, David Ortiz, Joe Kelly

Today’s links look at Pedro’s thoughts on some Red Sox topics, Drew Pomeranz’ second start with the Red Sox, and a couple more scouting reports from Greenville. Pedro Martinez discussed many of the issues with the Red Sox right now, i...

Red Sox 8, Tigers 9: Sox fly high that they might fall far

How the Red Sox can follow up their best stretches with their worst is a mystery. But what's really baffling is their ability to lose games when they score so many damn runs. It was just this past Thursday that the Red Sox opened their ser...

Red Sox vs. Tigers: Slipping Sox turn to Wright

A 1-3 stretch has the Sox slipping backwards in the standings. Can Steven Wright help turn things around? Having dropped three of their last four games, the Red Sox turn to Steven Wright to get them back into the win column, though it won'...

Yoan Moncada is not Boston's most untouchable player

The Red Sox have a lot of young players they'd like to hold onto. And if Yoan Moncada might top their list of propsects, that doesn't make him their most untouchable player. Today, over on ESPN.com, David Schoenfield attempted to determine...

Red Sox minor lines: Moncada, Vazquez get off the schneid

A couple 0-fer's come to an end in Pawtucket and Portland. Pawtucket W 7-5 Rusney Castillo: 1-4, 2B Marco Hernandez: 1-4 Chrisitan Vazquez: 3-4, 2B Brennan Boesch: 2-4 Deven Marrero: 1-4, 2B, K Justin Haley: 6 IP, 7 H, 4 R, 4 ER,...

Daily Red Sox Links: Dave Dombrowski, Joe Kelly, David Ortiz

Today’s links look at the case for keeping Clay Buchholz, the difficulty in striking out this lineup, and an update on Koji Uehara Dave Dombrowski doesn’t envision making another big deal before the deadline. Of course, we should always...


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