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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 1, Yankees 5: An expected loss

The Henry Owens start went better than could have been expected, but still wasn’t enough to earn a win. With the division secured, the Red Sox sent their backups out Thursday night to see how they would measure up now that they’re in me...

Game 159: Red Sox vs. Yankees

It was good to be a fun team early. It was good to be a contending team late. But now? Now it’s damn good to be division champions after 158 games of baseball. Of course, Division Champion isn’t the banner we’re interested in, but it...

Red Sox vs. Yankees lineups: Here come the backups

By clinching the East a little early, the Sox have an opportunity to give their backups some playing time. With the East clinched, the Red Sox turn to some, but not all of their backups for the final game of their series in New York.

Home field advantage is no big deal

The Red Sox have one thing left to play for in the regular season, and frankly, it’s not all that important. Yesterday the Red Sox finished one race in first, but fell a step behind in another. With just four games to go, the Sox are now ...

Daily Red Sox Links: Rick Porcello, David Price, David Ortiz

Today’s links look at what’s launched this team, their odd run since 2011, and David Ortiz’s connection with Al Hordford. Scott Lauber looks at the biggest factors that allowed the Red Sox to once again go worst-to-first. (

Red Sox 3, Yankees 5: One way or another, Sox win the East

The Yankees got to celebrate a walkoff. The Red Sox got to celebrate a division championship. The Red Sox are AL East champions...even if they didn’t end up celebrating on the field. It was a nasty night in New York, with a constant spray...

Red Sox vs. Yankees lineups: Try again

The Sox will try to bounce back from their first loss in 12 games Wednesday night and clinch the East in the process. Lineup

Porcello, not Price should be the Red Sox’ top October starter

It’s not what anyone would have expected back in March, but somehow, Porcello has emerged as the clear choice in October. Rick Porcello will likely make his last start of the regular season on Friday or Saturday. I don’t think we really...

Clay Buchholz: Playoff Starter

Clay Buchholz is improbably going to be part of the playoff rotation. Should we be worried? So, the Red Sox have received some troubling news in the midst of the final week before they embark on a hopefully long postseason journey. Drew Pom...

Daily Red Sox Links: David Ortiz, Brock Holt, Craig Kimbrel

Today’s links look at David Ortiz’s goodbye to Yankee fans, the team’s pitching depth and an update on the Instructs. Prior to his final series in New York, Ortiz wrote a message to Yankee fans everywhere. (

Red Sox 4, Yankees 6: All good things must end

The streak is dead! Long live the streak! On Tuesday night, after eleven straight wins, a rare day off apparently did the Red Sox little good. David Price was rough, the offense took a long while to wake up, and John Farrell stayed asleep a...

Red Sox scratch Drew Pomeranz from Thursday start, likely setting playoff rotation

Drew Pomeranz will miss his next start, likely signaling Clay Buchholz will start in the postseason. The Red Sox have announced that Drew Pomeranz will not make his scheduled start on Thursday due to forearm soreness and his career-high wor...

Red Sox vs. Yankees lineups: Sox can pop corks in New York

The Sox can clinch the East with a win over their old rivals in New York. David Price is on the mound with a chance to win the American League East. It’s the way John Farrell drew it all up when he set his rotation to have Price pitching ...

When someone great is gone

It might not seem like the time to dance. It is.

Daily Red Sox Links: Rick Porcello, David Ortiz, Fernando Abad

Today’s links look at how the Red Sox have come this far, the success of their highly paid players, and Christian Vazquez’s presence behind the plate. How in the world are the Red Sox (arguably) the favorites in the American League? (


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