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[UPDATED] Iconic NESN Red Sox Announcer’s Weird Juice Head Son Arrested For Stabbing His Girlfriend To Death


Red Sox Announcer Son Kills GirlfriendJerry Remy is about as “red” a Red Sox as they come. He’s from Fall River, Massachusetts. He played 6 seasons for them in the late 70′s/early 80′s. And, alongside Don Orsillo, he’s been in the booth covering games as a color analyst for 36 years. Beloved. His son — not so much. Jared Remy has “a violent criminal history, including a total of 15 criminal charges since 1998, Waltham court records show.” Sound bad? It just got way, way worse. Now this madness:

Via The New York Post: The son of longtime Boston Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy pleaded not guilty yesterday to fatally stabbing his girlfriend a day after he was released from custody for allegedly assaulting her.

Not to unnecessarily tie this in with the flavor of month, but steroids play some small role in this whole thing, as well. According to the New York Post, “Jared Remy…was fired by the team in 2008 during a steroid investigation.” Sounds ridiculous, but just look at pictures of this guy. Swollen, crazy looking. Ya, sounds about right for a juice pusher (based on what we know about BioGenesis douchemaster general Anthony Bosch, at least).

red sox murderRemy is taking a leave of absence, as NESN reports that Dennis Eckersley will be filling in for him until further notice. Here’s the network’s rather brief statement regarding the tragedy: “This morning, we learned of a terrible tragedy. All of us at NESN and the Red Sox, along with Jerry Remy, are filled with grief for everyone involved, and we extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Jennifer Martel.”

UPDATE: Jerry Remy released a statement via Twitter addressing this tragic, life altering event.

[Photo via The New York Post]


  • http://freetolisten.tumblr.com/ Clint Baker

    Piece of shit!

  • Anonymous

    The victim was an attractive, seemingly high-class lady. How, HOW did she get tangled up with this obvious POS? Were there any men in her life who were good, substantial men who would have provided her with a positive experience whom she nonetheless jettisoned to spend time with a bulked-up, tattooed freak?

  • Anonymous

    Oh, and another thing…some neighbor or neighbors responded to he cried for help, but it was too late./ He had a knife and not a gun or guns, so he couldn’t have reacted by shooting bystanders. If this had been Texas and not Massachusetts, he might have had an arsenal of firearms in his possession.

  • Anonymous

    really?? and maybe the witness could have shot this scumbag before he killed the girl if it was texas and not the testing ground state for the burgeoning police state of ma. where you have to have a license to conceal carry to buy even pepper spray. ya, that’s right…you CAN’T buy peeper spray in this crackpot state. guns save far more many lives than take them period end of story!

  • Anonymous

    that would be police state of amerika not ma. my humble pro us constitution (more the articles of confederation…the REAL us constitution) apologies.

  • Anonymous

    Stop Steroids?

  • Anonymous

    Um you ever watch an episode of Oprah? Or Dateline-NBC? Or any of these shows that portray women who “you picked him” in the words of the philosopher Judge Judy?

    No matter what level of education, class or attractiveness, some women will invariably pick the wrong man to be in their lives and end up a victim as is Jennifer Martel.

    Your statement holds no value. “Bulked up, tattooed” freaks will always be the pick of the day with most women. At some point, at some age, at some level of maturity most get over it. Too bad Jennifer Martel didn’t see this coming before her 28th birthday.

    Sad story…but this happens all the time.

  • Joe

    We listen to NESN for our coverage of the RedSox and prefer Jon Rish over the Eck. The Eck never shuts up. I really do not care how he reacted to a referee’s call ten years ago. Jon Rish is more informative as to the over all situation, Not just the pitching.


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