The start of the 2013 MLB season earlier this April was also a fresh start for many teams around the league, including the Boston Red Sox looking to bounce back from their most disappointing season in 40 years. There are numerous pages and users on Twitter which provide up to date news and information regarding the Red Sox as they progress through this new season. Here are some of the most reliable sources regarding the Red Sox.
1) Boston Red Sox @RedSox
The official Twitter page of the Boston Red Sox. The page provides tweets regarding in-game score updates, player updates, and anything else Red Sox related. If you are looking for the most up to date information regarding the Red Sox, this page should be the first place for fans or anyone interested to look. Score updates also often link to the personal Twitter pages of all Red Sox players.
2) Gordon Edes: ESPN Boston @GordonEdes
Gordon Edes is the main Red Sox reporter for ESPN Boston. He joined ESPN in 2009 and has covered MLB for over 25 years including 12 with at the Boston Globe with whom he previously covered the Red Sox. If there is any news regarding the Red Sox, you can expect Edes to be one of the first to know and report it either by through the ESPN Red Sox Blog or his Twitter page.
3) Tom Caron: New England Sports Network (NESN) @TomCaron
Tom Caron is the host of Red Sox coverage for NESN. Primarily he hosts both pregame and postgame shows for the network along with sports talk radio shows pertaining to the Red Sox. Similar to Edes, Caron provides frequent score updates and analysis on his Twitter page throughout the season.
4) Pete Abraham: Red Sox beat writer Boston Globe @PeteAbe
Fairly new to Red Sox nation, Pete Abraham has been the team’s beat writer for The Boston Globe since 2011. He previously covered University of Connecticut basketball, New York Mets, and New York Yankees before Boston. On his Twitter page, Abraham provides various player and score updates along with external links to player interviews, articles, news, facts and photos. Like Edes he is one of the first people to know anything happening in the Red Sox clubhouse. And with 38,136 tweets and counting, Abraham is providing updates constantly.