Photo Credit: Frank Jansky / Icon SportsWire The Hot Stove is beginning to finally heat up and there are plenty of big names that are left unsigned. Of course, the likes of Eric Hosmer, Yu Darvish, Jake Arrieta, and JD Martinez are still left unsigned. The Red Sox have resigned Mitch Moreland, their lone move, aside from adding Bryce Brentz to the 40 man roster. Perhaps … Continue reading Is Eduardo Nunez Still an Option?
Under former manager John Farrell, the 2017 Red Sox won 93 games and the American League East for the second straight year. They unfortunately quickly erased themselves from the ’17 history books with another expedient exit out of the divisional series at the hands of the Houston Astros. John Farrell, Rubin Amaro Jr., and Brian ‘the windmill’ Butterfield have been replaced by a new manager, … Continue reading Is Speed Integral to the Sox Offense?
Pedroia in the Opening Day lineup is a breath of fresh air in what’s been an offseason of letdowns. Continue reading Pedroia Eyes Opening Day Start
Boston’s farm system has some promising talent worth checking out. Continue reading The Prospect Wire: Red Sox Have Plenty of Talent
Four players that will be integral to Boston in ’18. Continue reading Who Will Step Up To The Plate In 2018?
Priority: Extend Mookie. Continue reading The Nomar Effect
Will Tim Hyers get the most out of the Boston lineup? Continue reading Tim Hyers Will Have Sox Ready to Launch
In a recent story by the Boston Globe’ Alex Speier, he talks about how earlier in this off-season the Dodgers approached the Red Sox to gauge their interest in a proposed swap of Yasiel Puig heading to Boston for Jackie Bradley Jr. Here is what both JBJ and Puig did in 2017. Yasiel Puig: .263 / .346 / .487 / .833 / 28 HR / … Continue reading Boston Made Correct Decision in Retaining JBJ
Due to the lack of activity during this offseason, it would be a prudent time to take a look at some young arms that could Here are some of the pitchers to keep an eye on: Chandler Shepherd, Jalen Beeks, Ty Buttrey. The Red Sox currently have depth issues at starting pitcher. They have Eduardo Rodriguez on the DL, leaving Brian Johnson, Hector Velazquez, and … Continue reading Prospect Arms: Names to Remember
In December of 2001, the Red Sox agreed to a 4-year / $31 million contract with Johnny Damon who had played the previous year with the Oakland A’s. Damon was known to bring his left-handed bat, speed, and great outfield range to the Red Sox while, patrolling CF for the next four seasons. What was not known, however, was how much of a cult-figure Damon would … Continue reading Johnny Damon Should be Remembered by Red Sox Nation