Kevin Plawecki

Red Sox Vs. Astros Lineups: Kevin Plawecki Replaces Christian Vázquez

The Boston Red Sox are banking on continuity to sustain their momentum against the Houston Astros. Alex Cora made only one change to the Red Sox starting lineup for Tuesday’s matchup with the Astros, replacing catcher Christian Vázquez with Kevin Plawecki in a platoon-oriented move. The Red Sox beat the Astros 6-3 on Monday night in the series opener, improving their record over their last six games to 4-2.
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Daily Red Sox Links: Kevin Plawecki, Franchy Cordero, John Schreiber

The Red Sox don’t need any help losing baseball games right now, as they can do plenty well at that on their own with the way they are playing. The umpire still helped them out on Wednesday though, blowing an easy ball four call that would have led to a run, instead calling it a strike to end the inning. Kevin Plawecki and co. were, uh, not happy. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)
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Alex Cora, Kevin Plawecki Ejected For Arguing Balls And Strikes

Alex Cora and Kevin Plawecki were not long for Wednesday night’s matchup with the Atlanta Braves. The Red Sox manager and catcher were ejected for arguing balls and strikes after Plawecki was called out on a strike three call that can only be described as incorrect. The duo had every reason to be upset with home plate umpire Adam Beck, as the ball was proven to be out of the zone.
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Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Ejected Wednesday

Plawecki was ejected from Wednesday's game against Atlanta for arguing balls and strikes, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Plawecki was up to bat with two outs and the bases loaded in the top of the sixth inning, and he was ejected after he expressed his displeasure with a called third strike. He went 1-for-3 and was replaced by Christian Vazquez behind the plate.

Kevin Plawecki Pleads For Red Sox To Not Panic Amid Struggles

Times are tough for the Boston Red Sox at present. The Red Sox were swept at Fenway Park over the weekend by the Chicago White Sox, which dropped Boston’s record on the season down to 10-19. Only four teams in all of Major League Baseball currently have a worse winning percentage than Boston.

Kevin Plawecki Shows NESN’s Jamai Webster How PitchCom Works

PitchCom is taking over Major League Baseball in 2022. The new system to avoid sign-stealing in MLB has been utilized by more and more pitchers as the season has gone on. The Boston Red Sox have been using it this season, specifically Nathan Eovaldi, who has used it to his advantage in terms of speeding up the game even more.