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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    On a day when the Red Sox organization celebrates 100 years of Fenway Park, the current team continues its punchless ways.
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    Jarrod Saltalamacchia is off to a slow start and his playing time, or even his roster spot, could be in jeopardy.
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    Owner John Henry is surprised to discover Theo Epstein was not among the invited guests to Friday's ceremony, but notes that other former GMs also aren't coming and that the list may be limited to uniformed personnel.
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    Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine says he sees Franklin Morales as an all-purpose reliever, not just a lefty specialist, and that's why he left him in to face several right-handers in the eighth inning.
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    Mike Napoli drove in four of the Rangers' six runs Wednesday night after cranking out two homers the night before.
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    You won't find many positives coming out of the Red Sox' 18-3 shellacking at the hands of the Rangers, but one of them is that Ryan Sweeney continued on his hitting ways at the plate.
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    Mark Melancon didn't do anything to instill confidence in his manager. Quite the opposite actually. Melancon couldn't record an out, and instead gave up three dingers on Tuesday night.

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