Tag archive for ‘Bryce Brentz’

Brandon Snyder drawing notice from Red Sox, other MLB teams

By Jeff Louderback After a 2012 campaign that saw the Red Sox ravaged with injuries, general manager Ben Cherington strived to improve the depth at the major league and Triple-A levels for this season. Among the moves he made was signing former Orioles first round draft pick Brandon Snyder to a minor league deal. Like [...]

Will Ellsbury remain with Red Sox beyond this season?

By Jeff Louderback Will Jacoby Ellsbury remain with the Red Sox beyond 2013? Though he is eligible to become a free agent this offseason – and chances are he will test the market since his agent is Scott Boras, there is a possibility that the club signs him to a new deal. On Friday, the [...]

Time for Red Sox to get Bradley seasoning at Pawtucket

By Jeff Louderback Jackie Bradley projects to be a key part of the Red Sox lineup for several seasons, and the soon-to-be 23-year-old outfielder has shown glimpses of just how exceptional he can play, yet it is time to option him to Triple-A Pawtucket and let him continue his development. After an 0-for-2 performance on [...]

Brentz, Hazelbaker give Red Sox intriguing outfield depth

By Jeff Louderback One is considered the potential Red Sox right fielder of the future while the other is projected as a fourth outfielder at the Major League level. In the early stages of the 2013 season, Bryce Brentz and Jeremy Hazelbaker are showing that Boston has intriguing outfield depth at Triple-A Pawtucket if injuries [...]

Stephen Drew homers in rehab game tune-up

By Jeff Louderback In what could be his last rehab game before joining the Red Sox, shortstop Stephen Drew belted a home run in Double-A Portland’s 7-4 loss to Reading (Phillies). Drew, who was placed on the disabled list with concussion symptoms first experienced after he was hit in the helmet by a pitch during [...]

PawSox whip Yankees’ Triple-A affiliate in four-game sweep

By Jeff Louderback Triple-A Pawtucket captured the International League title last season and, entering the 2013 campaign, the PawSox have a formidable roster. They demonstrated just how strong they are by completing a four-game sweep of the Yankees’ Triple-A affiliate, Scranton-Wilkes Barre, on Sunday. Right-handed starting pitcher Terry Doyle, who formerly pitched at Boston College, [...]

PawSox take first two against Yankees’ Triple-A affiliate

By Jeff Louderback While the Red Sox claimed two out of three to open the regular season at Yankee Stadium, Pawtucket has taken the first two games of the season against Scranton-Wilkes Barre, the Yankees’ Triple-A affiliate. The PawSox pummeled the RailRiders, 9-4, on Friday. In a five-run eighth, Pawtucket received a three-run home run [...]

Introducing the 2013 Pawtucket PawSox

By Jeff Louderback When the Red Sox need help after the inevitable injuries occur, they will have depth to access at Triple-A Pawtucket this season. The club has a formidable chance to repeat as International League champions with an impressive rotation anchored by high-ceiling arms Allen Webster and Rubby De La Rosa, and a lineup [...]

Using common sense instead of guns would benefit pro athletes like Bryce Brentz

By Jeff Louderback Bryce Brentz, who plays the game in a Dirt Dawg style reminiscent of Trot Nixon, was mysteriously absent from the recently released list of Red Sox non-roster invitees to spring training. Now it is known why he was not part of the group. The 24-year-old Brentz, who won an NCAA Division I [...]

Baseball America’s Jim Callis touts Red Sox as 5th best farm system

By Jeff Louderback The Red Sox farm system is well-stocked with high-ceiling prospects who are slated to open the 2013 campaign at Double-A or Triple-A. Boston’s front office believes in this group so much that it has limited free agent signings this offseason to short-term deals so prospects are not blocked for the long term. [...]

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