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Name: Over The Monster
Description: A blog devoted to the 2004 World Series Champions
URL: http://www.overthemonster.com
RSS Feeds: Boston Red Sox - http://www.overthemonster.com/rss/index.rdf
Related Team(s): Red Sox
Related Sports(s): Baseball
Date Added: 2005-02-22 19:18:40
  
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Red Sox 2, Mets 3: Sox avoid getting no-hit
The Red Sox drop their first Grapefruit League game. Everyone panic! Henry Owens was....Henry Owens It wasn’t a bad spring tra...

Starting lineup: Baseball back
Our long national nightmare is, if not over, a temporary afterthought. The Red Sox play the Mets today at 1 p.m. in their Lega Pompelmo opener. Friends, Romans, countrymen, you may rejoice. Here’s the Red Sox lineup: Brock Holt, SS

One Big Question: Can Hanley Ramirez keep his power production?
The Red Sox need some power in the middle of their lineup, and Ramirez is the favorite to provide it. Welcome to Over The Monster’s One Big Question series. For the next 40 (week)days, we will be trying to answer one important question for each player on the

FanPost Friday - Who Needs Rules?
Rules just get in the way, or they make things worse. Less rules! Sometimes though, rules also make things better. So, consequently, more rules! Welcome to FanPost Friday! If you are new to the program, it’s very easy to participate, and I’ll walk you through the steps:

2017 Red Sox top prospect voting: Michael Chavis is still looking for his breakout
Michael Chavis has some talent, but he hasn’t put it together yet This was as close as any of our votes could possibly get, and it was tied all the way up until 30 minutes before the poll closed. I know that because I worried about what the hell I’d do if the vote finished in a tie. Either way, ...

One Year Wonder: Bob Watson
Remembered more for his work with the Astros and the Yankees, Watson was a trade acquisition who really popped in Boston. Welcome back to the One Year Wonder series, where we take a look at some of the best seasons from players who spent one year or less with the

Daily Red Sox Links: Rusney Castillo, John Farrell, Sam Travis
In today’s links Rusney Castillo disappoints, John Farrell gets some support and Sam Travis goes yard. Rusney Castillo didn’t exactly impress in the first game of spring training. (

Red Sox 9, Northeastern 6: First game in the books
One game down, 200 to go The Red Sox start playing major-league teams on Friday, but before that they had their annual tune-up game against college competition. There was only one game this year, but Northeastern was able to...

Gamethread: Red Sox vs. Northeastern
First gamethread of the year! The Red Sox are playing a baseball game today. It’s against a college team, and most of the regulars will be out, but it’s a baseball game dammit. Plus,

One Big Question: How long can Dustin Pedroia keep this up?
Dustin Pedroia is entering the latter part of his career, but will the decline be starting soon? Welcome to Over The Monster’s One Big Question series. For the next 40 (week)days, we will be trying to answer one important question for each player on the

Éric Gagné chases the dragon
He’s 41 years old and had an ignominious short season on the Sox. Let’s fête him. We live in power reliever times, but neither our Kimbrels nor Betancii have hardware. Éric Gagné won the Cy Young Award in the second season of his extraordinary three-year peak, a 2003 campaign in which he...

Red Sox vs. Northeastern Lineups: Real baseball is back!
There’s an actual baseball game involving the Red Sox happening in Florida this afternoon! It’s been a long, mostly boring winter. There was a flurry of excitement in December, but all of the major acquisitions came on the same day. Outside of that, it’s been a largely uneventful...

Daily Red Sox Links: Rick Porcello, Chris Sale, Koji Uehara
Today’s links look at the Red Sox new analytics system, Rick Porcello’s command last year, and the battle in the bullpen. Alex Speier has all of the info you could need about the Red Sox switching over their analytical systems. ...

 

 
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