pharmacie en france vente du viagra 
cialis generique livraison rapide 
viagra allemagne 
prix tadalafil 
sildenafil generique 
medicament viagra 
viagra en ligne site fiable 
tadalafil sans ordonnance 
cialispas cher 
viagra pharmacie vente libre 
levitra generique français 
viagra sécurité sociale 
achat cialis en belgique 
viagra pour femme en france 
viagra indien forum 
viagra preço portugal 
viagra authentique 
alternative cialis 
achat en ligne viagra quebec 
viagra recept 
achat cialis nantes 
acheter du kamagra en france 
prix de cialis 
cialis acquisto online 
generique viagra 
levitra filmtabletten 
vendita cialis generico italia 
tadalafil colombia 
vardenafil mg online 

There isn’t a whole lot to blog about tonight because the Boston Red Sox were almost no hit by John Lackey and the Los Angeles Angels.  Lackey shut down the Red Sox for nine innings and he had plenty of offense to get the win in the game while only givine up one hit.  Dustin Pedroia came through with a single in the bottom of the ninth inning and then Kevin Youkilis hit a two run home run for the Red Sox two runs.

Clay Buchholz was the starting pitcher for the Sox and he took the loss after giving up six hits and six runs.  Five of those six runs were earned as well.  Craig Hansen recorded the final two outs of the seventh inning after Buchholz was taken out of the game.  Hideki Okajima pitched a scoreless eighth inning and then Jonathan Papelbon came in to pitch the ninth inning without giving up a run.

You have to give it to the Angels and Lackey for almost throwing the no-no, they had the Red Sox number tonight.

Red Sox Baseball

Post info: By GoSoxGo on July 29th, 2008
Comments: 6 Comments »

The Boston Red Sox had to play extra innings on Wednesdsay but they were able to come away with the 6-3 victory in 13 innings and complete a three game sweep of the Seattle Mariners.  Mike Lowell had a two run single and Sean Casey added a rbi single in the 13th inning to provide the winning runs for the Red Sox.  It was awesome to see the Red Sox come back and win this game!

Lowell finished the game with two rbi while Casey, Coco Crisp, and Kevin Youklilis all had one rbi each.  There wasn’t a whole lot of offense for the Sox today but they did enougn to pull out the victory.

Jonathan Papelbon ended up getting the win and is now 4-3 on the season.  Craig Hansen pitched the bottom of the 13th inning to record his second save of the season.  Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz pitched 5 1/3 innings to get the no decision.  He allowed seven hits and three runs in the game.

The Yankees will now be coming into Boston for big series.  Hopefully the Red Sox swing the bats better then they did on Wednesday or else they will find themselves losing to the Yankees.

Red Sox Blog

Post info: By GoSoxGo on July 23rd, 2008
Comments: Be the First to Comment »

The Boston Red Sox had no problems beating the visting Minnesota Twins on Wednesday as they defeated them by the score of 18-5.  The Red Sox used a seven run 7th inning to really blow the game wide open and finish off the the three game game sweep of Twins.

Dustin Pedroia extended his hitting streak once again as he had three rbi in the game to go along with three rbi from Manny RamirezKevin Youkilis however led the team with four rbi has had a two run home run in the 9th inning to go along with a rbi double and rbi sac fly.  Mike Lowell, and Sean Casey all had two rbi as well.  Jacoby Ellsbury, Jason Varitek, Kevin Cash, and Julio Lugo all had one rbi to help out.  Everybody except Brandon Moss and Jeff Bailey had a rbi in the game.

Josh Beckett earned the win even though he didn’t throw the ball that well.  Beckett only pitched five innings as he gave up eight hits and five runs.  Justin Morneau and Jason Kubel both took Beckett deep to account for three of the five runs that he gave up.  However, Beckett was still able to improve his record to 9-5.

Javier Lopez, Craig Hansen, Manny Delcarmen, and Mike Timlin all pitched great out of the bullpen as the held the Twins to the five runs that Beckett had allowed.  Great job today out of the bullpen!

The Red Sox are now off on Thursday and will pick things back up Friday against the Baltimore Orioles.

Red Sox Blog


Post info: By GoSoxGo on July 9th, 2008
Comments: Be the First to Comment »

Wow, that was a very dissapointing series for the Boston Red Sox as they were swept by the Tampa Bay Rays.  The Red Sox lost 7-6 on Wednesday night for the third loss in a row against the Rays.  The Rays used a huge six run inning in the seventh to take the win away from the Sox.

Daisuke Matsuzaka pitched five innings and pitched very well as he only gave up two hits and one run.  It was the Red Sox bullpen that really struggled.  Manny Delcarmen gave up three hits and four runs while Craig Hansen allowed six hits and there runs.  Delcarmen and Hansen simply didn’t have it tonight and they really hurt the team.

Dustin Pedroia led the Red Sox with two rbi including a solo home run in the first inning.  J.D. Drew, Manny Ramirez, and Kevin Youkilis all had one rbi each.

So now the Red Sox were just swept by the Rays and they will start up a four game series against the Yankees on Friday.  The Yankees avoided a sweep by the Rangers with a blow out win on Thursday night so both teams struggled in their last series.  It will be interesting to see how things turn out.

Red Sox Blog

Post info: By GoSoxGo on July 2nd, 2008
Comments: Be the First to Comment »

Once again the Boston Red Sox struggled against the Tampa Bay Rays as they two teams battle it our for first place in the division.  On Tuesday night, the Red Sox were unable to come up with a big hit late in the game when they had chances to score and ended up losing by the score of 3-1.

The Red Sox had a great chance to score some runs in the eighth inning when they had the bases loaded but Mike Lowell grounded out to shortstop and the Sox were unable to score a run.

J.D. Drew had the only rbi for the Red Sox and that came in the fourth inning when he hit a rbi sac fly that scored Jacoby Ellsbury.  Other then that, the Red Sox only had six hits in the game and were unable to score any more runs.  Terrible outing for the offense when the team really needed them to step up.

Tim Wakefield pitched a good game as he threw seven innings and only gave up five hits and two runs.  One of those two runs were earned.  Wakefield walked three and struck out four batters in the game as well.  It was too bad that Wakefield took the loss and fell to 5-6 on the season.  Craig Hansen started the eighth inning for the Sox and was pulled after two runners reached base.  Manny Delcarmen then came in and gave up a rbi single.  The run was charged to Hansen.

So now the Red Sox find them selves down 0-2 in the series to the Rays and 2.5 games out of first place in the division.  I don’t want to say that Wednesday’s game is a must win, but it is pretty high up there if you ask me.

Red Sox Blog

Post info: By GoSoxGo on July 1st, 2008
Comments: Be the First to Comment »

Tim Wakefield pitched the first seven innings of the game for the Boston Red Sox and he only allowed two hits while the Red Sox beat the Diamondbacks 5-0.  It was a great outing by Wakefield and it was a good thing he pitched so well because the Red Sox offense only scored two runs in the game.

Wakefield improved his season record to 5-5 on the season as he picked up the win.  Wakefield walked one batter while striking out six others.  Manny Delcarmen pitched the eighth inning without giving up a run. Craig Hansen then came in to pitch the ninth inning but gave up two walks and infield single to load up the bases.  He was taken out of the game with two outs and Jonathan Papelbon came in and struck out Chad Tracy for the final out of the game.

Brandon Moss had rbi’s for the Red Sox.  Moss had a rbi ground out in the second inning and then had a rbi sac fly in the sixth inning.  In the eighth inning the Red Sox pushed across three more runs as Kevin Cash hit a three run homer to extend the Red Sox lead to 5-0.  The Red Sox need to get the bats going and get some more production going up and down the lineup as they didn’t do much until the eighth inning home run by Cash.

The off day on Thursday will hopefully help out the Red Sox.  They will then open up a three game series at Houston this weekend.

Are you interested in writing for redsoxhomeplate?  If you are, we are currently looking for a contributer that can cover some game recaps during the week.  You will also be welcome to blog about anything else Red Sox related.  If you are interested, please use the contact us link on the blog or leave a comment here.

Red Sox Blog

Post info: By GoSoxGo on June 25th, 2008
Comments: Be the First to Comment »

J.D. Drew who was booed everytime he came to bad led the Boston Red Sox past the Philadelphia Phillies by the score of 7-4.  Drew went 4-5 and fell only a triple shy of hitting for the cycle.  Drew also had four rbi in the game to lead the Red Sox in that category.

Drew and Mike Lowell went back to back when they both hit home runs in the first inning and the Red Sox never looked back from there.  Brandon Moss contributed with two rbi’s in the game as well.  Moss had a two run single in the third inning.

Justin Masterson pitched five innings and allowed four hits and two runs while picking up the win.  Masterson walked two batters, struckout one, while improving his record to 4-1.  It was a quality outing for Masterson and that is all you can ask out of him at this point.

Javier Lopez pitched a scoreless inning before Craig Hansen came in during the seventh inning and gave up two hits and two runs withour recording an out.  Manny Delcarmen ended up pitching the seventh and eighth innings before Jonathan Papelbon came in for the ninth inning.  Papelbon had no problems picking up his 21st save of the season.

With the win, the Red Sox took two out of three games from the Phillies so it was a really good series overall.  Now the Red Sox will be off on Thursday before starting a series against the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday.

Red Sox Blog

Post info: By GoSoxGo on June 18th, 2008
Comments: Be the First to Comment »

The Boston Red Sox didn’t have any problems beating the Tampa Bay Rays on Wedneday night by the score of 5-1.  The Red Sox scored three runs runs in the third inning and then single runs in the fourth and seventh innings to get the win.

Five different Red Sox  players recorded rbi’s in the game.  Jacoby Ellsbury, J.D. Drew, Manny Ramirez, Kevin Youkilis, and Coco Crisp all had a rbi.  Pretty much every other batter in the lineup did some damage to the Rays pitching staff if you look at the box score.

Josh Beckett pitched six innings to pick up the win and improve his record to 6-4 on the season.  By only giving up the one run Beckett also lowerd his era to .

Manny Delcarmen pitched a scoreless seventh inning before Hideki Okajima pitched a scoreless eighth inning.  Craig Hansen was then brought in to pitch the ninth inning and finish the game.

Red Sox Blog

Post info: By GoSoxGo on June 4th, 2008
Comments: Be the First to Comment »

The Boston Red Sox used a big four run sixth inning to come back and beat the Tampa Bay Rays 7-4 on Tuesday night in Boston.  Jason Varitek, Coco Crisp, and Jacoby Ellsbury all came up big in the sixth inning.

Lowell and Crisp led the Red Sox at the plate as they both had two rbi on the game.  J.D. Drew, Varitek, and Ellsbury all had one rbi as the Red Sox used production up and down the entire lineup to get by the fiesty Rays.

Justin Masterson picked up the win and is now 2-0 on the season.  Masterson pitched six innings and gave up six hits and four runs.  Three of the four runs came via two long balls that Masterson served up to Akinori Iwamura and Carlos Pena.

Manny Delcarmen, Javier Lopez, Craig Hansen, and Jonathan Papelbon all seen action out of the bullpen and they all did a pretty good job. Papelbon finished the game off and earned his 17th save of the season.

Red Sox Blog

Post info: By GoSoxGo on June 3rd, 2008
Comments: Be the First to Comment »

It was a high scoring game at Fenway Park but the Boston Red Sox came out on top against the Kansas City Royals by the score of 11-8.  Thanks to two grand slams by J.D. Drew and Mike Lowell, the Red Sox put up 11 runs on the board and swept the Royals in their three game series.

Drew and Lowell both finished the game with four rbi each in the game.  Dustin Pedroia, Kevin Youkilis, and Julio Lugo all had one rbi in the game as well.

It was a good thing the Red Sox offense score 11 runs because the pitching staff wasn’t that good today as they gave up eight runs to the Royals offense.  Starting pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka gave up three runs over 5 2/3 innings pitched.  Matsuzaka did improve to 8-0 on the season however as he was still able to get the victory.

Relief pitcher Craig Hansen gave up two runs while David Aardsma gave up three more runs in the game.  Aardsma gave up a three run home run in the eighth inning to account for all three of his runs given up.

The Red Sox will now hop on a plane and travel across the country to face the Oakland Athletics.

Red Sox Blog

Post info: By GoSoxGo on May 22nd, 2008
Comments: Be the First to Comment »
Next Page »