Jason Mastrodonato, The Lowell Sun

Jason Mastrodonato

The Lowell Sun

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent:
  • Boston Herald
  • The Lowell Sun
Past:
  • Troy Record
  • Pasadena Star News
  • The Daily Democrat
  • masslivenews

Recent articles by Jason:

Without unvaccinated players in Toronto, Red Sox suffer stunning loss to Blue Jays

The Red Sox ought to be pretty upset with what happened on Tuesday night. → Read More

Without unvaccinated players in Toronto, Red Sox suffer stunning loss to Blue Jays

The Red Sox ought to be pretty upset with what happened on Tuesday night. → Read More

Red Sox notebook: David Price sends Alex Cora encouraging text about Connor Seabold

Evidently, Price didn’t care that Seabold gave up seven runs and liked what he saw. → Read More

Prospect Connor Seabold torched as Red Sox winning streak snapped by Blue Jays

Connor Seabold, who has been dominating hitters in Triple-A this year, was called up to make the spot start and got knocked around for seven runs in 4-2/3 innings as the Blue Jays steamrolled the R… → Read More

Red Sox promote former top prospect Jeter Downs: ‘I couldn’t believe it’

Downs, who was ranked as a top-50 prospect before the 2021 season but has since fallen off the top-100 altogether, has at least shown some ability to hit for power this year. He has 11 homers in 53… → Read More

Red Sox notebook: Tanner Houck to remain in bullpen, will miss upcoming Toronto series due to vaccination status

With Tanner Houck in the ‘pen, Alex Cora said the injured Garrett Whitlock will remain a starter “as of right now.” That could change when Chris Sale is ready to make his season debut. → Read More

Mastrodonato: Phil Mickelson suffers four-putt meltdown to highlight awful round at the U.S. Open

It looked like Mickelson might be the villain of golf, like he’d be hated by anyone aware of his defection from the PGA Tour. But by the end of his round on Thursday, a different thought came to mi… → Read More

Mastrodonato: It’s time to believe in the Red Sox again

With another 1-0 win over the Angels on Wednesday night, the Sox have won seven straight and are 20-8 since May 10, tied with the Yankees for the best record in MLB in that span. → Read More

Streaking Red Sox win sixth straight, serve Angels their 13th consecutive loss

It was a rough day for the Angels, but a fantastic one for the Sox, who are now 15-5 in their last 20 games. → Read More

Mastrodonato: What a series loss to the last-place Orioles taught us about the Red Sox

Three losses in five games to the Baltimore Orioles, a team with a payroll 1/5 the size, a bottom-five offense, a bottom-10 pitching staff and one player, Cedric Mullins, who had ever been on an Al… → Read More

Red Sox notebook: Bobby Dalbec, Franchy Cordero starting to produce at first base

The first basemen stole the show on Sunday, as the Sox totaled five homers in a 12-2 stampede over the Orioles. → Read More

Red Sox bullpen blows six-run lead in 12-8 loss to Orioles

Until Friday night, the Sox had gone three weeks without losing a game because of a blown save. → Read More

Mastrodonato: Red Sox offense starting to turn a corner, and other takeaways from a 3-2 road trip

There was a lot to like, and still some things to dislike, as the Sox return home on Monday for a three-game series with the Houston Astros. → Read More

Behind Nick Pivetta’s gem, Red Sox steamroll Rangers, 7-1

All the way around, this was the kind of game the Sox have been looking for, the game they so desperately needed. → Read More

Mastrodonato: Red Sox need to shake up their roster before it’s too late

With Bobby Dalbec and Trevor Story ranking as two of the worst contact hitters in MLB, the Red Sox have a pair of black holes in their lineup. The roster needs to change. → Read More

Red Sox offense chasing bad pitches at highest rate ever recorded: ‘This is not fun’

Since PitchFX started collecting this data in 2007, no Red Sox team has ever chased bad pitches at a rate this high. → Read More

Jarren Duran provides a spark, but Red Sox offense still quiet in 4-2 loss to White Sox

It’d be easy to say that Shohei Ohtani broke the Red Sox’ offense, but it was never whole to begin with. → Read More

Red Sox embarrassed in 9-5 loss to Orioles to end disastrous road trip

They’re 9-14 overall, a half-game ahead of the Orioles and 7-1/2 games back of the first-place Yankees, who won their ninth straight on Sunday. → Read More

Red Sox embarrassed in 9-5 loss to Orioles to end disastrous road trip

They’re 9-14 overall, a half-game ahead of the Orioles and 7-1/2 games back of the first-place Yankees, who won their ninth straight on Sunday. → Read More

Red Sox Notebook: Struggling to hit home runs, Sox question the baseballs

The Sox have hit just 11 home runs in 20 games, tied for third-least in MLB. → Read More