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Rick Porcello Will Make Another Start For Red Sox Before All-Star Break

This embed is invalid" /> BOSTON — Rick Porcello will receive another start before the Major League Baseball All-Star break. Red Sox manager John Farrell announced before Sunday’s game against the Houston Astros at Fenway Park that Porcello will start Wednesday against the Miami Marlins. Wade Miley will pitch Tuesday. “Didn’t want (Porcello) to go two...
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Nathan Eovaldi and Rick Porcello: A Tale of Two Pitchers

Before this season began, both the Yankees and the Red Sox acquired young right-handers whom they hoped would provide long term help for their starting rotations. Nathan Eovaldi and Rick Porcello both had histories of early-career struggles, but both of them clearly had positive upsides, which was cause for a lot of optimism, for fans and personnel of both teams.Eovaldi, 25, and...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox: Porcello Rocked in 11-2 Loss to Blue Jays

Sox starter Rick Porcello gave up three home runs in two innings in an ugly 11-2 loss. Boston is now 36-44.
Via CLNS Radio
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Sox Take A Game in Extras From The Rays

The Red Sox headed into Tropicana Field to face off in a series against the Rays.  The Sox had Rick Porcello on the mound vs. Alex Colome for the Rays.  The Sox went out to an early lead, but the Rays tied the game and it stayed that way until the game with to extras.  The Sox were able to grab the go ahead run in the 10th and get the victory. The Sox got on the scoreboard first...
Via Fenway West
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Even Mookie Betts Finds Rick Porcello’s Starts Forgettable

Last night, something truly wondrous happened: Multi-millionaire Rick Porcello took the hill for the Red Sox and we didn’t lose. Rick did do his best to keep the Rays in the game, however, generously allowing them to tie the game after the Sox clawed out an early lead thanks to runs driven in by the likes of Jackie Bradley Jr and Alejandro De Aza. The game ended up going into...
Via Surviving Grady
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Porcello Rebate Program Hands O's 5-2 Win

(Getty Images)Lack of timely hitting, bad base-running and poor starting pitching make for a really bad baseball stew. The Red Sox were swimming in that goopy mix last night in a depressing 5-2 loss to Baltimore. Not only did the loss sink Boston even further into the AL East cellar, it reminded us of the fundamental weaknesses on this team—despite a recent good spate of decent...
Via FenwayNation
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox Wrap: Rick Porcello’s Solid Outing Spoiled In 2-0 Loss To Twins

This embed is invalid" /> BOSTON — They did it again. Just when you think the Red Sox are starting to generate some momentum, they come back with a deflating performance and suck the air right out of Fenway Park. Boston, which won the first game of Wednesday’s day-night doubleheader against the Minnesota Twins, dropped the second game 2-0. A split...
June 03, 2015  |  Discuss

One Minor Change Has Transformed Red Sox’s Pitching Staff (Video)

Rick Porcello arguably has been the Boston Red Sox’s best pitcher, but he’s been even better over the past two weeks. New Sox pitching coach Carl Willis is largely to thank for that. Willis has worked with pitchers specifically on commanding their fastballs and pitching to their own strengths, rather than the weaknesses of opposing batters. That small...
May 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Rick Porcello Has Been Boston’s Best Pitcher, And It’s Not Even Close (Video)

Rick Porcello: slump buster. The Boston Red Sox’s newest $20 million man is finally starting to look like it. The Sox have only won two games in their previous seven, and Porcello was the starting pitcher for both of them. In fact, of Porcello’s six starts this season, five have come following a loss and two have come the day after the Red Sox gave...
May 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Why Rick Porcello's big deal is a big deal

Contrary to the belief of many, Marvin Miller did not awaken from the dead and scream out, “Now that’s too much money” upon hearing of the contract extension provided right-hander Rick Porcello by the Red Sox. He merely rolled over in his grave. Miller was the driving force for player freedom in Major League Baseball. His brilliance as an attorney and ability to outwit...
Via The Sports Post
April 09, 2015  |  Discuss

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