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The Boston Red Sox didn’t get off to the start they were hoping to against the Philadelphia Phillies.  Starting pitcher Bartolo Colon only lasted four innings after giving up four runs and leaving the game in the fifth inning with some sort of back injury.

Once Colon left the game the Red Sox called on the bullpen which was ok except for one pitcher.  Mike Timlin gave up four more runs in just 2/3′s of an inning.  David Aardsma, Javier Lopez, and Hideki Okajima all threw the ball well out though.  Timlin more less to the Red Sox out of the game when he gave up the four runs in the sixth inning.

The only runs for the Red Sox came in the fifth inning with Dustin Pedroia and J.D. Drew hit back-to-back solo home runs.  Other then that the Red Sox struggled at getting back to back hits or any sort of rally going.  Hopefully they will swing the bat better on Tuesday.

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Post info: By GoSoxGo on June 16th, 2008
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The Boston Red Sox scored five runs in the first inning and then went on to beat the Baltimore Orioles by the score of 6-1 on Wednesday night.  With the win the three game series now tied 1-1 and the rubber match will be Thursday evening.

Bartolo Colon improved to 4-1 on the season as the threw six innings to pick up the win.  Colon allowed five hits on only one run in his six innings of action.  Very good outing by Colon everyone at the Red Sox Blog thinks!

David Aardsma pitched a scoreless seventh inning and then turned things over to Javier Lopez who threw a scoreless eighth inning.  Mike Timlin came in to pitch the ninth inning and had some trouble as he gave up a rbi double to Kevin Millar and then another run scored on an error by Dustin Pedroia.  The Red Sox finally brough in Jonathan Papelbon to record the final out and pick up the save which was his of the season.

Jason Varitek hit a three run home run in the first inning to have the big hit for the Red Sox on the night.  The home run gave the Red Sox a 5-0 lead after the first inning and after that it was all Red Sox.  Mike Lowell also added on a solo home run for the Sox.  J.D. Drew didn’t want to be left out as he had a rbi single and also scored on a wild pitch in the first inning.

I really like the Red Sox’s chances on Thursday evening as they take on the Orioles once again.  What do you think Red Sox fans?  Do they take the series over the Orioles 2-1?

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Post info: By GoSoxGo on June 11th, 2008
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The Boston Red Sox have sent down Bartolo Colon, Keith Ginter, and Joe Thurston to minor league camp.

Colon was a once shot at making the active roster out of spring training, but he will get some more time down in minor league camp and try to get his velocity up before the Red Sox think about calling him up to the big leagues.  If Colon isn’t able to make the active roster by May 1st, he will become a free agent.

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Post info: By GoSoxGo on March 19th, 2008
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The Boston Red Sox have signed Bartolo Colon to a minor league contract.  If Colon makes the big league roster the Red Sox will pay him around $1 million dollars.  Colon is a longshot to make the big league roster out of Spring Training, but he would more then likely be the first guy called up if they Red Sox need a spot starter, or someone to pitch because of injuries.

It is a pretty low gamble that the Red Sox were willing to take. I like the deal for them as Colon could help them out at some point during the season.

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Post info: By GoSoxGo on February 25th, 2008
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