He was maybe not the most disappointing, but he was certainly the worst. In 2019, Red Sox fans saw why the organization was very hesitant to extend him last Spring Training.
The Story of His Season
Rick Porcello's season started like seemingly every Red Sox pitcher's season started. His first three starts
The Boston Red Sox came through with a huge win at home against their rivals to begin series.
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Nineteen runs on 23 hits marked a historic offensive performance Tuesday night against the New York Yankees. The Red Sox picked
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This game started four hours late, but that did not stop the Red Sox offense from hitting everything that Jordan Zimmermann threw at them. It started when Mookie Betts hit a ball off the center field wall
This just isn’t the year.
Blame it on whatever you want – poor roster construction, underperformance, or just a World Series hangover, but the Red Sox simply aren’t good enough to win a World Series in 2019. Even if the Sox buy at the trade deadline, it won't be enough to
Sunday afternoon's game gave us an intriguing pitching matchup. The Red Sox starter, Rick Porcello came in retiring 39 of his last 46 and allowing zero runs in his last 12.2 innings. The Blue Jays' starter, Marcus Stroman, came in with a 3.23 ERA in 94.1 innings this year.
After staying quiet regarding the starting rotation, Red Sox manager Alex Cora finally announced who will start in Boston’s two-game London series against the New York Yankees. According to the second-year manager, Rick Porcello will pitch the first game while Eduardo Rodriguez will take the mound in the series finale.
Both starters were carrying some momentum into this game. Jose Berrios entered the game allowing just two earned runs in his last two starts. His counterpart, Rick Porcello, was coming off of a start in which he retired 18 of his last 20. So, it makes slightly more sense that
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It should be a surprise to all of us that on June 12th of this 2019 season, the Red Sox were trying to avoid being below .500. Well, unfortunately we have found ourselves in this
It took three tries, but the Red Sox were finally able to lock down the victory over the Blue Jays in the 13th inning.
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When Michael Chavis hit a towering home run in the top of the
Red Sox take game 2 from Oakland behind Porcello and the long ball
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On Tuesday night against the Oakland Athletics, Rick Porcello pitched the best start of any Red Sox pitcher on the season. Porcello shut out the A's in 8 dominant innings of work, as the
The pitching struggles for the Red Sox continue in an ugly loss to the Orioles on Saturday.
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After winning two straight games for the first time this season, the Red Sox lost again behind a sub-par pitching performance by
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This has been a forgettable start to the 2019 season, to say the least. Friday's game was humiliating for the homerun-friendly Red Sox pitching staff. The D'backs defeated the Red Sox 15-8 at Chase Field in