Sean McAdam

Sean McAdam

CSNNE.com and Chevrolet SportsNet Central Red Sox Insider
Sean McAdam is a nationally known sports writer with CSNNE. Formerly, he worked for The Boston Herald, The Providence Journal and ESPN.com. He is a beat writer for the Boston Red Sox, as well as a radio and television analyst and commentator in the Boston area. Following his graduation from Providence College in 1981, McAdam spent four years covering sports at WEAN, a Rhode Island radio talk station before joining the Journal as a reporter. After 23 years with the Journal, with most of that tenure covering the Red Sox beat, he left to take a similar position with the Herald in October 2008. McAdam is a member of the Baseball Writers Association of America and is eligible to vote in Baseball Hall of Fame balloting.
 

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    There were more first inning problems for Red Sox starter Josh Beckett on Sunday against the Rays. Still, after giving up three runs in the first, he settled in to pitch effectively and get the win in a 7-3 victory.
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    Two key mistakes turn what should have been a win into a difficult loss.
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    Pitching for the first time in a month, Clay Buchholz had plenty to be happy with, but his rough ending offers plenty to improve upon.
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    Clay Buchholz leaves in a jam and the bullpen can't escape as the Rays to rally past the Red Sox.
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    Red Sox Insider Sean McAdam gives updates on Ortiz possibly playing first; Clay Buchholz's return; and Pedro Ciriaco's historic start.
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    For the second straight game, Adrian Gonzalez was out of the Red Sox' lineup Saturday night, the result of a back that "locked up'' on him when he bent over to talk to a small child Friday afternoon.
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    He may not be the future of the Red Sox, but Pedro Ciriaco is the present. He's right now, this week, which, with Dustin Pedroia sidelined, is all the Red Sox really need.

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