This marks the 11th walk-off win for the Sox, who are just three walk-off wins away from breaking a team record of 13 set back in 1940.
Photos: Red Sox Walk-Off Wins
“I’m careful to say it’s unbelievable,” Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia told 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich on Friday morning, “because there has been a lot of things this year we’ve done as a team and we expect things to happen like that, but six runs last night. I don’t think we’re expecting that to happen, but it just goes to show you what type of team we got. We’re resilient, we never give up until that last out is made and we know we’re just going to grind through it "
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BALTIMORE — Lately, the Red Sox have been getting their money’s worth out of Jarrod Saltalamacchia. Yesterday, in a day game after a night game, manager John Farrell confounded many by penciling in Saltalamacchia’s name in the lineup instead of ...Read more
BOSTON (CBS) – Boston Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalmacchia joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich on Wednesday morning, talking everything from Bobby Valentine to the team’s focus for the rest of the season. While the Red Sox have struggled to a ...Read more
Jarrod Saltalamacchia joined Mut & Merloni on Thursday afternoon, and the catcher discussed myriad Red Sox hurlers, both those doing well — namely Felix Doubront and John Lackey — and those not so hot, like Jon Lester. Saltalamacchia raved about ...Read more
But reading David Laurila's interview with Jarrod Saltalamacchia might make you wonder just how much a catcher can help (or hurt) his pitcher's results. Laurila rarely interjects himself, allowing Saltalamacchia to fully describe his cerebral thought process.Read more