RSU Podcast #43 – Will Spring Training Ever End?

Featured image courtesy of Zimbio.com: (July 29, 2018 - Source: Adam Glanzman/Getty Images North America) The guys are back after a small hiatus and here to bring you all of the latest from Red Sox Spring Training and other storylines as well. We dive into the Steven Wright suspension and how

RSU Podcast #42 – Small Samples of Spring Training

Featured image courtesy of Zimbio.com: (Oct. 16, 2018 - Source: Bob Levey/Getty Images North America)  On this episode of the Red Sox Unfiltered Podcast, co-hosts Patrick Green, David Latham and Chris Drosehn talk about a variety of small sample sizes during Spring Training and give some way too early takes on what

RSU Podcast (#37)- The Craig Kimbrel Sage Endures

Craig Kimbrel

Featured image courtesy of Zimbio.com: (Oct. 22, 2018 - Source: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images North America) On this episode of the BoSox Unfiltered podcast, hosts Patrick Green, Dave Latham and Chris Drosehn are joined by RSU's Danny Barletta to talk about Craig Kimbrel's free agency, a potential Chris Sale extension

Reports: Craig Kimbrel Reunion “Looking Slim”

Craig Kimbrel Reunion

The Boston Red Sox entered the 2019 off-season with a clear need in the bullpen. Craig Kimbrel and Joe Kelly hit free agency, and Boston had a slew of options to replace the two relievers. However, David Robertson, Kelvin Herrera, Adam Ottavino, and Zach Britton are now off the market.

Red Sox Free Agent Profile: Joe Kelly

Joe Kelly proved himself as a postseason hero, but was it enough to earn another contract in Boston? Image via Zimbio.com (Oct. 27, 2018 - Source: Harry How/Getty Images North America)  During his tenure as a member of the Red Sox, we’ve seen the ups of Joe Kelly and we have certainly experienced

Red Sox free agent profile: Craig Kimbrel

Craig Kimbrel

Featured image courtesy of: (Oct. 25, 2018 - Source: Harry How/Getty Images North America) Today marks the first of six notable Boston Red Sox free agents that will be previewed over the next two weeks. In this and other ensuing articles, Red Sox Unfiltered writers will be assessing the case for and

Red Sox Wrap Up Historic Regular Season with 10-2 Win over Yankees

The Red Sox picked up their 108th win of the season in their final game before the playoffs. Featured image courtesy of Zimbio.com  (Sept. 29, 2018 - Source: Omar Rawlings/Getty Images North America) Entering today, the Red Sox hadn't lost 4 games in a row all season. They weren't about to start now.

Final Start a Mixed Bag For Chris Sale

Chris Sale

Featured image courtesy of Zimbio.com (Sept. 25, 2018 - Source: Getty Images North America)  The Boston Red Sox wrapped up the second game of their doubleheader with a loss. The result of the game really didn’t matter, as the Red Sox already clinched home field advantage throughout the playoffs. However, just because

Red Sox Sweep the Blue Jays with 4-3 Win

The Red Sox earned win number 101 on a late inning miscue. Featured image courtesy of Zimbio.com (Maddie Meyer/Getty Images North America). When you win over 100 games in a season, you pick up a few of them on screw-ups by the other team. Tonight was one of those games. Eduardo Rodriguez started the

Previewing the Boston Red Sox Playoff Bullpen

Boston Red Sox Playoff Bullpen

Featured image courtesy of Zimbio.com (Sept. 2, 2018 - Source: Scott Cunningham/Getty Images North America) Barring a collapse which would make the 2011 Red Sox September look like a two-game losing streak, the Boston Red Sox are making the playoffs. More than likely, the Sox will win the division. With the home

The Boston Red Sox Bullpen Needs Bobby Poyner

Bobby Poyner

It’s no secret that the biggest weakness with the 2018 Boston Red Sox is their bullpen. While it’s still a good unit, ranking top-ten or better in just about every significant statistic, it could certainly use some improvement. Fortunately, the Red Sox might already have an unconventional fix to their