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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  • 2y
    While Daniel Bard is nowhere near the festivities in Kansas City, some of the players who are wonder how Bard got himself in this mess, and how to get himself out of it.
  • 2y
    The Red Sox are at the midway point of the season, and at 43-43 it's safe to things aren't going as planned. Not all the grades are pretty, but there's still time to raise that GPA.
  • 2y
    Jonathan Papelbon left the Sox for Philadelphia over the offseason, but finds himself going through a similar situation as Boston right now. Still, Terry Francona's and Theo Epstein's exit made it an easier decision for him.
  • 2y
    David Ortiz' sterling first half got him to Kansas City for the All-Star Game . . . but, for once, he's the only Red Sox player there.
  • 2y
    The Sox were punchless offensively, being held to two runs or fewer for the seventh time in the last nine games and starter Franklin Morales was pounded for four homers and six runs in just 3 13 innings. There was a silver lining. His name was Justin Germano.
  • 2y
    For three starts, Franklin Morales looked like a world-beater. That came to an abrupt stop at Fenway Park Saturday afternoon, when Morales ran smack into the New York Yankees.
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    The Red Sox bullpen had been a strong point for the team in the first half, but not so much lately after walk-off losses on the West Coast and late Yankees rallly Friday night in a 10-8 loss at Fenway.

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