By MyFM's Jake Archer - What an ugly series in Kansas City for the Red Sox. They had finally moved into first place but they let it go by dropping two of three to a Royals team that while feisty, isn’t that good. Here is how it all went down... Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Red Sox just dropped their dumpster fire of a third baseman Pablo Sandoval on the 10-day disabled list with what they are saying is the “flu.” Actually, they are also calling it an “ear infection.” I say that in quotes because I don’t believe... Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Red Sox just announced that reliever Tyler Thornburg will be having surgery tomorrow to treat “thoracic outlet syndrome” in his right shoulder. This means that he will miss the remainder of the year and hopefully be ready... Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Red Sox are having a pretty injury-riddled season thus far and the hits just keep coming. In fact, it’s kind of amazing that they are doing so well despite seeing so many guys go down. Anyway, last night in Philadelphia... Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The 2017 Major League Baseball Draft continued yesterday with rounds three through ten and the Red Sox made eight more picks. In the third, they took second baseman Brett Netzer out of the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. In...
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Red Sox went into the weekend winners of four straight and they kept that going as they hosted the Seattle Mariners on Friday night. Eduardo Rodriguez took the ball for Boston against the Mariner’s Yovani Gallardo. Rodriguez had another good... Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - Man, this is getting really tough to watch, really fast. It’s mid-May and I feel like the Red Sox are already dead. They aren’t, but things can’t get much uglier than they have been up to this point. Over the weekend, they dropped another series... Read more.
After two abysmal games to start off the series with the Milwaukee Brewers, the Red Sox were in danger of falling back to .500 for the season. They were playing uninspired baseball and seemed to be coming undone. It was way too early in the year for them to become boring... Read more.
Over the course of the past few weeks we’ve really seen the Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles rivalry heat up. Over the season, we’ve seen the Celtics and Wizards take their bad blood to a new level as well. So when I was flipping back and forth between the Red Sox versus... Read more.
On Monday night, after an ugly loss at the hands of the Baltimore Orioles, the Sox placed starting pitcher Steven Wright on the 10-day disabled list with a “knee sprain” that apparently occurred after his start on Saturday against the Cubs. Read more.
After another night of putrid offensive output, I’m really starting to worry about this Red Sox team. I know it’s only May 2nd, but this team has become inept offensively and it will soon start to take a toll on the pitchers. Last night, Rick Porcello had another start... Read more.
After the Sox dropped two of three to Baltimore last weekend and then lost both games of a rain-shortened series to the Yankees this week, they needed to bounce back, fast. They did so by taking two of three from the defending World Series champion Chicago Cubs at Fenway... Read more.
The Boston Red Sox will be without third baseman Pablo Sandoval for a little bit as he was placed on the 10-day disabled list today with a sprained right knee. The move is retroactive to Monday but the earliest that Sandoval could return would be May 4th. Read more.
Over the past few years, the Red Sox and Orioles rivalry has kind of moved to the forefront of bad blood matchups in baseball. With the Sox and Yankees rivalry having been pretty much dead for a while now, I’ve welcomed the head-butting with Baltimore. This weekend... Read more.
Well, the Sox bats went quiet at an inopportune time last night as they fell 3-0 to the Toronto Blue Jays. After taking the first game of the three-game set, the Sox looked to be in position for a sweep. They had Rick Porcello on the mound and will have Chris Sale going... Read more.
The Red Sox went up to Toronto to face their rivals the Blue Jays on Tuesday night and hung on for an 8-7 victory. It was the fourth win in a row for the Sox and it pushed them to 9-5 on the young season. The Blue Jays on the other hand, continued to struggle mightily as... Read more.
At a time when Red Sox nation was already panicking about the young season, they turned their eyes to a man they didn’t fully understand. Drew Pomeranz, an All Star starting pitcher acquired from the Padres last year, was on the hill for his season debut and I can’t say... Read more.
The Red Sox tried to salvage a series split with the Detroit Tigers on Monday but came up short as the bats continued to stay cold and they lost 2-1. The game was billed as a premier pitchers duel between Sox ace Chris Sale and Tigers ace and 2016 Cy Young runner up... Read more.
Today it was announced that Red Sox starting pitcher Drew Pomeranz would be the latest player to start the season on the disabled list with an injury. Pomeranz, who has had a terrible spring training, was slated to be in the Red Sox rotation and not the bullpen due to the... Read more.
For the second time in two years the Red Sox have had a highly touted bullpen arm get injured in spring training. Last year it was rather severe as Carson Smith experienced tightness in his right forearm during an exhibition appearance. He would then go on to make three... Read more.
The majority of the talk during the offseason and spring training has been about the Red Sox starting pitching, and with good reason. They now boast a legitimate three-headed monster with reigning Cy Young Award winner Rick Porcello, offseason acquisition Chris Sale, and... Read more.
In a move that isn’t all that surprising, the Red Sox sent catcher Blake Swihart to Triple-A Pawtucket to start the season on Monday morning. In the three-player catching picture, Swihart looked like he would be the odd man out to start the year. He is the player that... Read more.
We’re finally getting close to the start of the MLB regular season. Opening Day is right around the corner and I can already taste the Fenway Franks and hear the people of Yawkey Way dropping their R’s while saying “Xandah Bogahhts bettah remembah how ta hit this yeah.” I... Read more.
Red Sox manager John Farrell told reporters on Tuesday that starting pitcher David Price would likely start the regular season on the disabled list. “It would be hard to see him ready to go at the start of the season,” Farrell said before the Red Sox took on the Blue... Read more.
There are a lot of things that can strike fear into the hearts of sports fans but I believe that one name does the trick more than most. Anytime you hear the name “Dr. James Andrews” it basically spells doom for whatever player he is being linked to. Dr. Andrews is the... Read more.
Ever since Chris Sale came over in the December blockbuster trade, a lot of talk around Boston has been about the strong starting rotation the Red Sox have. Many have discussed who ultimately will be the ace of the staff, who will fill out the fourth and fifth spots and... Read more.
The first spring training game for the Boston Red Sox is being played on Thursday the 23rd against Northeastern University but the first game that will be broadcast on television (NESN) and radio (MyFM 101.3) will be on Saturday at 1:05 p.m. Knowing that information... Read more.
With Pitchers and Catchers Reporting Today Here Are Five Bold Predictions For The Red Sox Season. Today is the day that Red Sox pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training to begin prepping for the upcoming 2017 season. With that comes a lot of thoughts and hopes... Read more.
The Red Sox have received an infusion of promising young talent in the last couple of years and that trend will continue with outfielder Andrew Benintendi. Benintendi or “Benny Baseball” as some fans now call him, was just named the top prospect in baseball over the... Read more.
During the winter months in New England, any sign of summer is welcomed with open arms. Yesterday, the Red Sox gave us something to look forward to by announcing that they will hold David Ortiz’s number retirement ceremony on Friday, June 23rd against the Angels. This... Read more.
The other day, former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz put to rest the whispers that he might be gearing up for a comeback before he even misses any of the 2017 season. Ortiz told ESPN Deportes that despite the rumors to the contrary, he would not be returning to play baseball... Read more.
WMRC-First Class Radio has just completed negotiations with Entercom of Boston, and has finalized an agreement that will insure that Boston Red Sox Baseball will be broadcast throughout this market through the 2019 season. Read more.
The Boston Red Sox sent inconsistent starting pitcher Clay Buchholz to the Philadelphia Phillies Tuesday for minor league second baseman Josh Tobias. The move doesn’t come as much of a surprise after the Red Sox addition of Chris Sale a few weeks ago and with the thin... Read more.
This week on The All New Sports Buzz; Matt, Tim and Craig will be joined by Hopedale Girls Volleyball Coach Andrew Mainini. The Lady Blue Raiders are 10-0 so far this season. Medway Girls Soccer Coach Jason Rojee will also likely call in to discuss their season... Read more.
This week on The All New Sports Buzz; Matt, Tim and Craig will be joined by Medway AD Rob Pearl. They’ll discuss the fall sports season to date for the Mustangs and preview the Boys/Girls Soccer match at Gillette Stadium on October 17th against... Read more.
This week on The All New Sports Buzz; Matt, Tim and Craig will be joined by Holliston AD Matt Baker. We’ll discuss the fall sports season to date for the Panthers. Red Sox Senior Vice President / Ticketing, Fenway Events & Concerts Ron Bumgarner will also... Read more.
The Red Sox have announced plans to celebrate 10-time All-Star and three-time World Series Champion David Ortiz during the final weekend of the regular season when the Red Sox face the Toronto Blue Jays at Fenway Park on Friday, September 30th, Saturday, October 1st and... Read more.
Tis the season... to start thinking about the upcoming Red Sox Season! WMRC's Ray Auger spoke with Ron Bumgarner, SVP / Ticketing & Fenway Enterprises about spring training, upcoming events at Fenway and more! Read more.
What did you miss this week on The All New Sports Buzz? The all-time winningest Coach in Massachusetts Ken Lachapelle and his star Quarterback and Grandson Kob Schofer joined us in studio... Read more.
Ranting Romel is a weekly blog (usually sports related) from WMRC’s Matt Romeling. His thoughts and opinions are entirely his own and do not represent WMRC, WMRCdailynews.com or its sponsors and partners... Read more.
The Sports Buzz will air an extra 30 minutes this week as the boys take you right up to the BC Football Pregame show at 12:30. Scheduled guest this week...Franklin AD and Head Football Coach Brad Sidwell will join us to preview the Panthers football season and preview... Read more.
The Boston Red Sox will be thanking fans for their unwavering support throughout September, with players greeting fans at the gates, offering the shirts off their backs, and taking selfies on various dates in the season’s final month. Red Sox fans have purchased more... Read more.
USA Today - Kansas City MO (SportsNetwork.com) - Mookie Betts Brock Holt and Dustin Pedroia all had three hits and two RBI in leading the Boston Red Sox to a 13-2 rout of the Kansas City Royals in the rubber match of a three-game series. Betts finished a single shy of the... Read more.
(AP) — Boston Red Sox fans seemed too excited about the end of a long losing streak to notice the significance of Brock Holt hitting a triple in the eighth inning. Holt was a little surprised himself after the three-base hit meant he had hit for the cycle as the Red Sox... Read more.
The Sports with Matt Romeling and Dennis Alves airs every Saturday from 10-Noon. This week we will broadcast live from Medway Pride Day. We'll have live interviews form the event. We'll have also radio highlights from Sox/Mariners, a Chris Colabello... Read more.
The Red Sox fired pitching coach Juan Nieves this afternoon. Nieves had been pitching coach since the 2013 season after spending 15 seasons with the White Sox coaching staff. In 2013 the Sox staff boasted a 3.79 ERA. The staff ERA is at 4.86 just a little over a month... Read more.
(AP) — Mookie Betts hit a three-run homer, jumped to take away a home run from Bryce Harper and stole two bases on the same pitch, leading the Boston Red Soxover Washington in their home opener. Rick Porcello (1-1) won his Fenway Park debut, allowing four hits in... Read more.