Red Sox starting pitcher David Wells delivers a pitch against the Baltimore Orioles in the third inning of their American League baseball game at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland September 25, 2005. Wells pitched six and two-thirds innings, giving up three runs on six hits before
being taken out of the game by manager Terry Francona.

(AP Photo)

King of Pain Keeps Sox Tied for Top

Sox Lower the Boom on Birds in 9-3 Sweeper
Big First Inning Batters Baltimore

Wells Far Go: The Sox Kneeded David to Come Up Big and He Did
Manny Gets Sox Off and Running with No. 41
Johnny Deep: Damon Shoulders the Load with Long Ball
Bradford Not So Bad; The Other Chad Can Hang Around Too
Mueller's Batting Like a Champion Again: 3 Hits, 2 RBI, .301 Ave.
Sense of Urgency: 'Tek Rambles in from First on Olerud Single
Rent and Trot Stay Hot as Sox Head into the Home Stretch

"This place has been very good to our team. A bunch of our fans cannot get tickets in Boston. For them to come down on a weekend and take part in this, that says a lot." -- 9.25, Johnny Rock on the Fenway South Faithful

BDD is a feature of All posts are by Steve Silva unless otherwise indicated.

Boston Globe:

Red Sox end losing streak > Shaughnessy: Debunking myths about the 2014 Red Sox > Cherington: Everyone needs to get better

Boston Herald:

Ortiz, Red Sox bats break out to end losing streak > Buchholz still bewildered > Memory loss haunting Red Sox


Lester was once a good hitter, now heading toward dubious record > Travis Shaw brings hot bat to Pawtucket > Ranaudo shines > Betts not a candidate for Boston, yet

NY Post:

St. Louis lets Ozzie Smith bid Jeter goodbye > Yanks prevail in extras again > Nonsense leads off in MLB broadcasts > Beltran elbow on mend

Following feed provided by
Subscribe to Dirt DogsWhat's RSS?

Please e-mail us thoughts, images, attachments here.

The "Curt’s Pitch for ALS" program is a joint effort by Curt and Shonda Schilling and The ALS Association Mass Chapter to strike out Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

Support SHADE!

The SHADE Foundation thanks Red Sox Nation for joining in their fight to save future generations from melanoma.
Hot Stove, Cool Music
Get the CD. Support Paul and Theo Epstein's Foundation to be Named Later.