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Glenn, Lou and Christian talk about how the Sox have continued their winning ways throughout a tough road trip. They also look at that crazy Benintendi catch from last night, and what they could possibly do with their awful bullpen.
Ken opens the show talking about Henry Owens poor outing in the Red Sox 10-5 loss to the Tigers. He questions skipper John Farrell's skill as a "in game manager" . WEEI's John Tomase also joins the program with reaction from the Sox clubhouse in Detroit.
spilled over into a new battlefront Sunday night when the Worldwide Leader showed the “30 for 30″ documentary about the 2004 ALCS but edited out Curt Schilling’s historically gutsy Game 6. Obviously, they did it strictly out of spite. Because as I said on the air Monday, telling the story
field goal against Seattle. The difference between us and them though was that when Grady Little soiled himself in Game 7 of the ALCS against the Yankees , we all just drowned our sorrows, repressed the memories and maybe vented to one another a little bit. But that is so
Gronk. But that was his only glitch on the whole mission, really. — This game might be to Amendola what Game 6 of the 2007 ALCS was to JD Drew . — Still, in this whole game I swear I didn’t have a lick of fun. It was nothing but stress, inner turmoil and borderline
the first homer hit off Sanchez since the Red Sox slugger took the righty deep during Game 5 of the American League Championship Series , last season. It was also the righty hitter's first long ball since April 22. And what that did
s favorite moment from the Red Sox' run to a championship last year. It wasn't the game-winning homer in Game 3 of the ALCS off of Justin Verlander that propelled the Sox to a 1-0 win. It wasn't even his epic launch off of Tigers starter Anibal
16, 2004: Rodriguez goes 3-for-5 in Game 3 of ALCS Game 3 of the 2004 ALCS was the last postseason game the Red Sox would lose that fateful ..... run home run to give Yankees 2-0 lead in Game 4 of ALCS In a game that will go down in Boston sports history, it was Rodriguez
75 ERA over 20 appearances down the stretch. Gagne continued to struggle as fall arrived, most notably blowing Game 2 of the ALCS against the Indians. He did pitch one scoreless inning in the World Series and came away with a ring, but it was not enough to overshadow
remembers crying himself to sleep back in 2003 after Aaron Boone hit a walk-off home run off Tim Wakefield in Game 7 of the ALCS . “It really wasn’t that difficult for me [to stay a Red Sox fan] because of the fact that I was brought up in that environment with my
best behind only the Dodgers and the Pirates. The 30-year-old last squared off against the Royals in Game 6 of the 2015 ALCS , receiving a no-decision after allowing three earned runs and five hits in 6 2/3 innings pitched. Opposite of Price is Vólquez
Game 6 performance from a documentary about the 2004 Red Sox’ comeback against the Yankees in the American League Championship Series that aired before Sunday night’s Red Sox-Yankees game. While the network claimed the move was made due to time constraints