Thomas Fitzgerald, Author at Through The Fence Baseball

Thomas Fitzgerald

Thomas Fitzgerald is the assistant editor for the online magazine Pigeon Town. He lives in Watertown, MA. Brian Hendrickson is a life long Red Sox fan working in Boston who falls asleep dreaming of baseball stats. He spends his free time analyzing video and reading every possible rumor.

By Thomas Fitzgerald On Friday, April 13th, 2012

Boston Red Sox have heart despite slow start

The extent of Jacoby Ellsbury's shoulder injury is still unknown. Ellsbury was injured while breaking up a double play in the Boston Red Sox home opener on Friday. (Elsa/Getty Images) The Red Sox went 0-6 to More...

By Thomas Fitzgerald On Wednesday, April 11th, 2012
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Ryan Sweeney deserves everyday spot in Red Sox lineup

  Boston's Ryan Sweeney is giving the Red Sox faithful something to cheer about in the early going. (Rick Osentoski/US Presswire) Ryan Sweeney is proving to be a ninth-inning hero for the Boston Red Sox More...

By Thomas Fitzgerald On Monday, April 9th, 2012

An early-season snapshot of the Boston Red Sox

Boston's Alfredo Aceves looks on in disgust as Detroit's Miguel Cabrera rounds the bases after hitting a three-run home run to tie Sunday's game at 10-10 in the ninth. (Duane Burleson/AP) Although the More...

By Thomas Fitzgerald On Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Why the Red Sox should sign Roy Oswalt

Roy Oswalt in Beantown makes sense. (Jim Luzzi/Getty Images) The Red Sox need help. Their bullpen is suddenly a shambles, and the person key to fixing it, Daniel Bard, finds himself penciled in as the fifth starter More...

By Thomas Fitzgerald On Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Who fills in for the Red Sox with the loss of Andrew Bailey?

Andrew Bailey's thumb injury has the Red Sox mulling over closer options. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff) Reports coming out of Red Sox camp are that Andrew Bailey will need surgery to repair his injured thumb. Bailey More...

By Thomas Fitzgerald On Wednesday, March 28th, 2012
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“Real life” best- and worst-case scenarios for Red Sox

Daniel Bard could be a better fit in the bullpen after all. (Jim Davis/Boston Globe) Sometimes in life, we’re presented with two scenarios based on our decisions: the best case and the worst case. When the bartender More...

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