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Son of a Bichiro

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Red Sox Go South in the Bronx, Head to Chicago Dead Last

New York 3, Boston 2 | Adding Insult to Injuries
Farrell Tossed, Has No Faith In Fraud Video Replay System
The Sun Comes Up, The Sun Goes Down, And Pedroia Gets Hurt
Lester's Contract Is the Last Thing A Last Place Needs Needs to Address
Reversal of Foretune: Are Joel Hanrahan or Andrew Bailey Available?
On the Bright Side: Doubront Wasn't Horrible
Yankees Shutdown Bullpen. Who Knew?

"Extremely difficult to have any faith in the process that's being used... We felt it was clear that the replay was inconclusive. Any angle that we looked at, you couldn't tell if the foot was on the bag behind Mike Napoli's leg." -- John Farrell said of the MLB replay system that burned him twice over the weekend


Hey, Kenan Thompson ...

... You Forgot the Indoor Oversized Sunglasses
And Have You Ever Played Third Base?

Toga! Toga! Toga!

Red Sox Give It the Old College Try With $9 Student Tickets... And Toga Night at Fenway

You may want to sign up to take that college course if you want a cheap entry to Fenway Park this season. And grab a sheet and make a toga while you're at it.

The Red Sox today introduced a $9.00 standing room ticket for high school and college students for home games at Fenway Park during the 2014 season.

In addition to offering $9.00 standing room tickets to high school and college students for every home game this season, the Red Sox will offer all students the opportunity to purchase $20.00 seats for six specially-themed Super Student Nights in April and May.

Theme nights include Student Toga Night on April 8, Student Scavenger Hunt Night on April 20, Night of Champions on April 29 (celebrating the three World Series Championships), Greek Night on May 1, College Media Night (for communications/journalism students) on May 18, and Class of 2014 Night on May 24.

In Other News: Lack in the Saddle Again Tonight
Red Sox Nation Embarrassed By Another 'TRADER' Incident in Houston
We Saw The Same Dumb Thing With Johnny Damon's Return to Fenway in 2006
And Obama Didn't Know He Was Duped in Ortiz-Samsung Selfie Stunt
Rockwell Painting of Red Sox May Fetch $30 Million at Auction
More Good News: Yankees Have a Problem in Houston
ICYMI: Red Sox Own the White House

Gomes to Skip Trip to White House

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B D D   E X C L U S I V E:

Red Sox Outfielder Jonny Gomes Is Upset He Stayed on Bench in Opener; Will Skip Team Trip to White House Today

Stars and Stripes Suits Will Make Trip to See PoTUS While The Man
Who Bought the Suits Will Stay In Baltimore

April 1, 2014: BDD has learned that Turnaround King Jonny Gomes has decided to stay in Baltimore this morning as the team bus prepares for a trip to the White House. Gomes said this was not in protest of any government policy or activity, i.e. former Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas, but it is a protest of the fact that Red Sox manager John Farrell elected to keep Gomes on the bench in Boston's 2-1 Opening Day loss to the Orioles.

Gomes could have pinch-hit for new Red Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski in the eighth inning, or again, batted for the struggling Jackie Bradley Jr. in the ninth inning. But Farrell chose to let the man with a World Series tattoo rot on the bench.

Gomes indicated that he may hit the Baltimore aquarium today in lieu of the White House trip, but stopped short of saying he was going to head back to Boston and hope for a better fate in the home opener on Friday at Fenway. And while you are digesting this story, don't forget to look back at Sox news on this date in 2013, 2012, 2011, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, and 2004.

Size Mattered
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No Surprise, Grady Sizemore Is Your Center Fielder

John Farrell Sends Jackie Bradley Junior to Minor Leagues
Check Out Boston.com's 2014 Red Sox Preview

Papi's Got A
Brand New Bag

Ortiz gets his new deal

2015 Is Now Bought and Paid For In Advance

Ortiz Gets a Raise With $16 Million One-Year Extension
While You Are Reading This, David Is Complaining About His 2017 Contract
Pay No Attention to David's 2-for-35 Line in Grapefruit League Action This Spring
Remember When Everybody Wanted to Release Him for Jeremy Hermida in 2010?
Just In: David Ortiz On Track To Be The Next Johnny Pesky
Not So Fast Dept.: Lester On Deck

“With this agreement, we have near certainty that David Ortiz will finish his career in a Red Sox uniform, which is something we have all wanted and that we are all proud of. It is difficult to describe David’s contributions to our city both on the field and off the field, and we are so proud to have this ambassador of our game with us as he continues on this road to Cooperstown.” -- Red Sox owner John Henry said in a statement released by the team


Another Winning Upper Hand

David Ortiz

It's Good to Be King

"This Is My %#@! Contract!" - Sincerely, David Ortiz

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

Boston Globe:

Pedroia sent home > Red Sox lose series > They don't look so good > McCann starting to catch on > Uehara may be examined > One bad mistake snowballed for Lackey

Boston Herald:

Video game burns Red Sox > Uehara improves; Pedroia sits > Jeter's mirror image > Farrell sees replay-system failure > Ichiro magic

ProJo:

Pedroia to have ailing wrist examined > PawSox 7, Bisons 6 > Farrell ejected > Carp learning to play 3B

NY Post:

Jeter misses another game with tight quad > Unreal string of injuries turns Bombers inside out > Nova sharp, pitches into 8th in win

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