Tag Archive: John Lackey

Oct 31

VenomStrikes.com: Arizona Diamondbacks Free Agent Profile: John Lackey

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With the season in the rear view mirror, the 2015 offseason is in full swing for the Arizona Diamondbacks and that means it’s almost time for the crazy period known as free agency. Five days after either the Kansas City Royals or New York Mets win a World Series championship, the free agency period in …

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Oct 30

Red Sox crowned 2013 World Series champions after 6-1 Game 6 victory over Cardinals

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The Red Sox are World Series champions, and they’re celebrating that accomplishment in front of their hometown fans for the first time since 1918. Red Sox starter John Lackey battled through a bit of early shakiness to deliver 6 2/3 innings of one-run ball and the inspired Boston offense pounded rookie sensation Michael Wacha in …

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May 02

Red Sox Report Card on May 1: For Many Players, It Can Only Get Better

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So, April is finally (mercifully) done. Overall, it was a disappointing month that started with 100-win potential and aspirations of a world championship and ended with an 11-14 record, including four losses in the last five games to the Orioles and Mariners. In between Opening Day in Texas and last night’s frustration on offense, there …

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Feb 20

Red Sox 2010 Spring Training

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Finally, it’s here. The Sox are in Ft. Myers now preparing for another season full of of hope for another title. First, here’s a look at the roster there (courtesy of Monozygotic and MLB.com). Pitchers B/T Ht Wt DOB 61 Randor Bierd R/R 6-4 190 03/14/84 53 Fernando Cabrera R/R 6-4 225 11/16/81 83 Kris …

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Dec 07

A Tidbit

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Sources say 3B Chone Figgins takes his physical tomorrow and will be a Mariner by the evening. Also, don;t be surprise if the M’s target John Lackey and Jason Bay. Reliever Rafael Betancourt is going to finally accept the Rockies arbitration offer. The Marlins are exploring dealing closer Matt Lindstrom. Lindstrom went 2-1 with a …

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