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Washington Nationals pitcher, Max Scherzer, lost his bid for a perfect game when pinch-hitter Jose Tabata leaned into a pitch. The guys re-visited some comments made by Curt Schilling on the morning show when he spoke about losing his bid for a no-no late in a game when Ben Davis bunted for a single. Also, there was some conversation about Brock Holt getting an everyday job, even though he finds a way to play everyday.
After two more disappointing performances in Baltimore, Lou officially announces that the 2015 Red Sox are dead.
ago, the Red Sox nearly confronted the same horrible two-word counterfactual inquiry that will haunt the 2012 Washington Nationals all offseason: What if? What if the Nationals hadn’t shut down Stephen Strasburg ? What if the dominating right-hander
leading into the Winter Meetings when something piqued the outfielder's interest. Werth had signed with the Washington Nationals for seven years, $126 million. Crawford's thoughts? "Man, that was a nice deal right there," he remembered
NEGOTIATING WITH SCOTT BORAS The baseball world is watching with considerable fascination as the negotiations between the Washington Nationals and pitcher Stephen Strasburg (represented by Scott Boras) near their conclusion. The two sides have until
Sox' latest inter-league win -- a 6-4 triumph over the so-bad-you-almost-feel-sorry-for-them Washington Nationals (click here for recap) -- Dustin Pedroia stopped, fended off ridicule from Jacoby Ellsbury regarding his designer
One turn through the Red Sox‘ rotation couldn’t have gone much better. As for the second one — not so much. The first time through the rotation Sox starters allowed eight runs over 31 1/3 innings. Through four games the second time around they’ve allowed 28 runs in just 18 1/3 innings. Wade Miley
Red Sox manager John Farrell has seen so many highs and lows over his two-plus years in Boston. Wednesday afternoon, on a perfect sun-splashed day at Fenway, he and everyone else at Fenway Park will take time to recall one of the tragic lows. At 2:49 p.m., the Red Sox and Nationals will stop what
Give Matt Williams this much. He sure knows how to weave a metaphor. The Nationals manager has watched his team – picked by many experts to represent the National League in the World Series – self-destruct in the opening week. The first two games at Fenway Park this week represent a glaring example
In their first home games of the season, the Red Sox will host the Nationals at Fenway Park for another interleague series. The Sox spent this past weekend in New York, taking two out of three from the Yankees. Boston experienced its worst loss of the year on Sunday night in the series finale when
FORT MYERS, Fla. — The Red Sox have admitted they’ll be without catcher Christian Vazquez for a while. The club placed him on the 60-day disabled list Monday with a sprained right elbow. The move allows the Red Sox to add newly-acquired catcher Sandy Leon to the 40-man roster. With the transaction,