Hearing a legend of the game speak is an amazing experience and Red Sox fans in Bangor, Maine were able to experience just that. Pedro Martinez joined a crowd of a few hundred people to answer questions from fans and reminisce over past memories. Throughout the night, Pedro exemplified why he was a fan favorite during his time in Boston. On the mound he was … Continue reading A Night With Pedro Martinez
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 John Farrell, Rubin Amaro Jr., and Brian ‘the windmill’ Butterfield have been replaced by a new manager, … Continue reading Is Speed Integral to the Sox Offense?
Photo Credit: Al Bello / Getty Images Jim Thome. Frank Thomas. Edgar Martinez. Paul Molitor. Chili Davis. David Ortiz. What do these guys have in common? They are all classified as Designated Hitters. When Ron “Boomer” Blomberg stepped up to the plate for the New York Yankees on April 6th, 1973, he changed the course of baseball history, and the trajectory of many baseball stars. … Continue reading Designated Hitter: Changing Baseball Forever
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
One thing Boston doesn’t need is unpredictability in the starting rotation. Continue reading Which Rick Porcello Will Show Up In 2018?
Red Sox Have No Urgency Just like the featured image, the Red Sox should run. Run to the phones and make a move. In reality, the team looks like they’re running away from their problems. This club has done close to nothing during the offseason. Yes, the offseason has been extremely slow for everybody, but Boston is (arguably) one of the best teams in the … Continue reading How Do the Red Sox React to the Astros Power Move?
Who will battle Boston for a division banner? Continue reading Who’s Setting Up To Take Down The Sox in the AL East?
Photo Credit: NESN Everyone is looking for a deal. We want high benefits at low costs. Major League General Managers are no different, especially those whose teams have hard caps on their spending. More money does not necessarily mean more success, though it certainly helps. Teams with the highest payrolls are getting less “bang for their buck.” Value does not frequently come from those playing … Continue reading GM’s Attempt to Find Value Players
I’m beginning to forget what the term free agent even means. Continue reading Potential Free Agents Dot Sox Market