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 Boston Red Sox Tickets 2014– Get Ready

The Boston Red Sox spent the offseason out dealing just about every team in Major League Baseball, and the result could very well be another trip to the World Series. Seriously, Red Sox tickets in 2014 will be one of the best MLB tickets around, what with the new additions to the team, the annual love-hate fest with the Yankees, and the always intoxicating atmosphere of Fenway Park. Generations of Boston Red Sox fans lived through a long dry spell, but the Red Sox are one of the best teams in baseball and look to stay that way for awhile. Hitch a ride on the train and line yourselves up some Red Sox tickets in 2014. It’s going to be a great year in Beantown.

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In the AL East it’s usually the Yankees who make headlines with free agent signing. But the Boston Red Sox blew away everyone for by signing Carl Crawford and Adrian Gonzales to an already stocked roster. Gonzales is a welcome addition to the middle of the lineup; bringing over 100 home runs in the past three seasons. Crawford will own left field, and his .307 average at the plate means pitchers won’t be able to work around Gonzales. It looks like the Boston Red Sox have answered the call for more offensive firepower in the best way possible.

On defense Boston will once again feature the two-headed monster of Clay Bucholz and Jon Lester. Bucholz is a new age pitcher with plenty of variety to keep batters frustrated. Jon Lester just goes out there and throws the ball, pounding opposing batters with his arm and an intimidating presence on the mound. Sometime during the MLB season, the Red Sox are going to need something from Josh Beckett, who suffered through a horrendous season some time ago. If Beckett doesn’t come to life, Boston will toss John Lackey or Diasuke Matsuzaka into the fire.

2014 Boston Red Sox Tickets - Beantown Bravado

The 2014 Boston Red Sox enter 2014 cocky and confident, believing a World Series is within their grasp. Certainly Red Sox fans know the path won’t be easy, but it could possibly run straight through Fenway Park in October. With the Yankees and the Tampa bay Rays both fielding strong clubs, the AL east is going to be a battleground. Will the Red Sox be the last man standing? Get your Boston Red Sox tickets and find out.

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Boston Red Sox Tickets – Get Ready
The Boston Red Sox spent the offseason out dealing just about every team in Major League Baseball, and the result could very well be another trip to the World Series. Seriously, Red Sox tickets in 2011 will be one of the best MLB tickets around, what with the new additions to the team, the annual love-hate fest with the Yankees, and the always intoxicating atmosphere of Fenway Park. Generations of Boston Red Sox fans lived through a long dry spell, but the Red Sox are one of the best teams in baseball and look to stay that way for awhile. Hitch a ride on the train and line yourselves up some Red Sox tickets in 2011. It’s going to be a great year in Beantown.

2011 Boston Red Sox Preview
In the AL East it’s usually the Yankees who make headlines with free agent signing. But the Boston Red Sox blew away everyone for 2011 by signing Carl Crawford and Adrian Gonzales to an already stocked roster. Gonzales is a welcome addition to the middle of the lineup; bringing over 100 home runs in the past three seasons. Crawford will own left field, and his .307 average at the plate means pitchers won’t be able to work around Gonzales. It looks like the Boston Red Sox have answered the call for more offensive firepower in the best way possible.
On defense Boston will once again feature the two-headed monster of Clay Bucholz and Jon Lester. Bucholz is a new age pitcher with plenty of variety to keep batters frustrated. Jon Lester just goes out there and throws the ball, pounding opposing batters with his arm and an intimidating presence on the mound. Sometime during the 2011 MLB season, the Red Sox are going to need something from Josh Beckett, who suffered through a horrendous season in 2010. If Beckett doesn’t come to life, Boston will toss John Lackey or Diasuke Matsuzaka into the fire.

2011 Boston Red Sox Tickets - Beantown Bravado
The 2011 Boston Red Sox enter 2011 cocky and confident, believing a World Series is within their grasp. Certainly Red Sox fans know the path won’t be easy, but it could possibly run straight through Fenway Park in October. With the Yankees and the Tampa bay Rays both fielding strong clubs, the AL east is going to be a battleground. Will the Red Sox be the last man standing? Get your Boston Red Sox tickets and find out.

Boston Red Sox Tickets – Beantown Boys are Back
Boston Red Sox tickets seem to inspire loyalty. The Red Sox have paid off that longtime loyalty as of late, winning a World Series after a long drought and being consistently competitive in the AL East. Having gotten a taste of what real success is all about, Red Sox ticket holders are eager for more, drinking in wins like a man in the desert drinks water. You can be sure of one thing when you have Red Sox tickets: You’re looking at a team that wants to win and knows how to hang in the game. It’s that kind of persistence that bleeds over to Red Sox fans and keeps them coming back to Fenway Park generation after generation. Get a feel for the Boston Red Sox legacy, the mystique of Fenway Park, and the sight of the Green Monster, with Red Sox tickets from Frontrow.com.


 

2010 Boston Red Sox – Holding the Course

The Boston Red Sox head into 2010 staying the course from 2009. This team is essentially unchanged from its’ roots. It all begins with the pitching. GM Theo Epstein believes his starters are as good as any in the MLB.  Once again big things are expected from Josh Beckett and the anticipation of the performance from Jon Lester is really high. Clay Bucholz has shown enough to garner some praise and to be sure, the addition of John Lackey is expected to pay big dividends. Just to be on the safe side, keep an eye on Tim Wakefield, who many predict will end up the best of the bunch.

Red Sox ticket holders will also be paying close attention behind the plate as Victor Martinez begins to assume a larger role. Martinez has big shoes to fill as he begins to replace the legendary Jason Varitek at the plate and controlling the Red Sox pitchers. Meanwhile the mainstays of Boston offense look to be David Ortiz and Kevin Youkilis, along with third baseman Adrian Beltre to provide a steady bat when needed.

Best Boston Red Sox Tickets
Breaking away with Boston Red Sox tickets is high on the list for most baseball fans. There’s something about an afternoon in Fenway Park, one of the oldest and most revered stadiums in the MLB, that has to be experienced. For an extra special experience try Red Sox tickets when the Yankees come to town. It’s an atmosphere you won’t forget as baseballs’ biggest rivals vie for dominance in the AL East. Other hot tickets are for the series against the Tampa Bay Rays, Chicago white Sox, and Texas Rangers, all expected to contend in the American League.


 

2009 Boston Red Sox Tickets

Hey hey hey it’s time to head to Fenway with 2009 Boston Red Sox tickets. The Sox have gotten used to attending the World Series and falling short last season didn’t sit well. Neither did watching Tampa Bay capture the AL East. You can bet that rivalry will assume epic proportions in 2009, growing as bitter as the Sox and Yankees feud.

The 2009 Boston Red Sox will build on their base. While missing out on big names signings, the Red Sox did solidify their pitching with John Smolz and Brad Penny. The future looks assured now that Dustin Pedroia and Kevin Youkilis have been locked into long term deals. Red Sox tickets will once again offer plenty of offense from a team that finished second in the league in 2008. Adding a healthy David Ortiz to the mix could put them on top this season. Can the Red Sox Nation enjoy a World Series season again? 2009 Boston Red Sox tickets hold the answer.

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Yankees fall to St. Rose grad Anthony Ranaudo in his major-league debut - Asbury Park Press

Yankees fall to St. Rose grad Anthony Ranaudo in his major-league debut
Asbury Park Press
BOSTON – At baseball's trade deadline, the Yankees and Red Sox actively worked to move in opposite directions. The Yankees made incremental upgrades in an effort to make the postseason. The Red Sox traded away seven major-league veterans in an ...

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With Jon Lester and John Lackey traded, where does Red Sox pitching stand? - Over The Monster

With Jon Lester and John Lackey traded, where does Red Sox pitching stand?
Over The Monster
The Red Sox have all winter to figure out what they need to change -- and change it they will, as general manager Ben Cherington is already talking about improving the pitching through trades or free agency -- but before they figure out who or how many they need, stock needs to be taken of what Boston already has. .... It's basically impossible to project a knuckler, though: the only thing you have to go on is whether it works or not, and for Wright's two full seasons in the Boston organization, it's done nothing but that.

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Recap: Boston vs. NY Yankees - The San Luis Obispo Tribune

Recap: Boston vs. NY Yankees
The San Luis Obispo Tribune
Boston, MA (SportsNetwork.com) - Dustin Pedroia drove in two runs and scored a run to help Anthony Ranaudo earn the win in his MLB debut, as the Boston Red Sox held off the New York Yankees, 4-3, on Friday. With John Lackey and Jon Lester gone, the ...

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Rookie gets win as Boston beats Yankees 4-3 - The San Luis Obispo Tribune

Rookie gets win as Boston beats Yankees 4-3
The San Luis Obispo Tribune
BOSTON — Anthony Ranaudo pitched six solid innings in his major league debut and Dustin Pedroia drove in two runs as the Boston Red Sox snapped a three-game losing streak with a 4-3 victory over the New York Yankees on Friday night. Ranaudo (1-0) ...

Red Sox 4, Yankees 3 - KTUU.com

Red Sox 4, Yankees 3
KTUU.com
BOSTON -- Anthony Ranaudo tossed six strong innings in his major league debut, Dustin Pedroia drove in two runs and the new-look Boston Red Sox won the opener of a three-game series against the rival New York Yankees 4-3 on Friday night.

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