Jonny Gomes likes to party? Jonny Gomes likes to party.
Shane Victorino looks to be a go for Wednesday's Game 6, and Mike Napoli will get back in the lineup as well. Jonny Gomes should get the nod over Daniel Nava in left field.
Jonny Gomes joined Lou Merloni on CSNNE's Playoff Central to discuss the Red Sox' 3-1 win over the Cardinals.
This time it was Felix Doubront and Jonny Gomes who stepped to the forefront and helped the Red Sox beat the Cardinals in Game 4, tying the World Series at two games each.
Jonny Gomes breaks a 1-1 tie with a three-run homer in the sixth and the Red Sox pull even in the World Series at two games each with a 4-2 victory over the Cardinals.
Jonny Gomes ' three-run homer in Game 4 of the World Series was both the least likely and most predictable moment of the entire Red Sox season.
Gary Tanguay and Tony Massarotti give their initial reaction the Game 4 and discuss Jonny Gomes game-winning home run in the 6th.
Jonny Gomes talks with Lou Merloni after Game 4 to discuss his game-winning 3-run homer and the performance of his teammates.
The Red Sox take Shane Victorino out of the lineup because of lower back tightness and put Jonny Gomes in left, with Daniel Nava moving to right.
Daniel Nava gets his first start of the series, replacing the slumping Jonny Gomes in left field.
Jonny Gomes says, had he thrown out Kozma at the plate, it would have been one of the best 'strong throws' of his career
The Red Sox won the first seven postseason games started by Jonny Gomes this year, but that streak came to an end in Thursday's Game 2 loss.
After Game 1 of the World Series, Jonny Gomes says Jon Lester is climbing the ladder of top lefties in the game with how he has pitched in the postseason.
Jonny Gomes isn't getting any younger, and he's been part of teams that have tasted success - but not entirely. That's why, for him, anything short of a ring is a failure.
Jonny Gomes reacts to Boston's ALCS victory over the Detroit Tigers.
BOSTON -- John Farrell was determined to stay with (essentially) the same lineup for Game 6 of the ALCS that helped him win Game 5, but doing so meant he had to deliver some bad news to players -- like Daniel Nava -- who had helped him over the course of the season.
Jonny Gomes says he hopes the Red Sox can celebrate in front of their fans, but they have a tough road ahead
In the first four games of the ALCS, the Red Sox were 2-0 with Jonny Gomes in the lineup and 0-2 without him. So even though a right-hander is on the mound, the Sox are turning back to Gomes in Game 5.
Jonny Gomes admits it was a tough loss, but he's not worried about the Sox focus heading into Game 5.
Jonny Gomes got the start in left field for Game 3, and joined the guys on CSNNE's Playoff Central after the game to talk about the win, and especially the dominant performance of John Lackey.