Writer’s Disclaimer: This piece was written following the losses against the Yanks. Though it was not published until today, everything still applies. Don’t let a few wins against the DBacks delude … Continue Reading Is the 2016 Boston Red Sox Season Over?
With an uneventful 2016 MLB trade deadline so far, at the time this was written, that’s seen a vetoed trade and one lone All-Star deal between the Yankees and Indians, this … Continue Reading Pick-Six: Top MLB trade deadline deals of all-time
The 2016 Red Sox are a flawed team. If that fact was not yet abundantly clear based on a half-season plus of poor pitching in both the rotation and bullpen, … Continue Reading Are The Red Sox Really A World Series Contender?
As the Baseball Hall of Fame ceremony approaches, fans across the nation are preparing to celebrate one of the greatest players of all-time, and my personal favorite: Ken Griffey Jr. … Continue Reading Pick-Six: Ken Griffey Jr.’s top career moments
We’ve come to the mid-season point of the 2016 MLB season, and there are still plenty of questions to be answered about the Boston Red Sox. Namely: are they a … Continue Reading The Red Sox Trade Predicament
The MLB season has finally hit it’s halfway point, and it’s time to judge some of the league’s best teams and their performances so far this season. Some have managed … Continue Reading Pick-Six: Top MLB Teams at the All-Star Break
Despite a split in San Francisco and a pummeling of the lowly Twins, the Boston Red Sox entered this week having lost 6 of their last 12 and are in dire … Continue Reading Potential Red Sox Trade Targets and Roster Moves
We’re going to play a little game of mystery player comparisons, because who doesn’t love that? The only criteria you need to know going in is that qualifying players must … Continue Reading The Curious Case of Clay Buchholz
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By Christopher Frangolini Should David Ortiz retire? This is a question many Red Sox fans, media pundits and players themselves have been pondering. The…
You watch players sprint on the field, shoot on the court, skate on the ice. Athletes leave blood, sweat, and tears throughout all of the physical battles and the hard … Continue Reading The Rise Of Player-Created Content
Red Sox fans and national media outlets recently went crazy when this picture was taken of third baseman Pablo Sandoval at spring training with some noticeable weight gain: The photo spread … Continue Reading Is Pablo Sandoval’s weight really a problem?
I don’t know what happened or when it happened, but I’m sure almost everyone can agree that All-Star Games have died out in the eyes of the fans. The … Continue Reading A solution to the All-Star Game problem
This may seem like an overreaction, but I personally think the two selections for the Baseball Hall of Fame this year are the best thing that could’ve happened for the … Continue Reading Why this Baseball Hall of Fame class is best for business
It went by quickly, but 2015 was an amazing year for sports. Between all the great games, plays, and moments, the last 365 days have created some sports history while … Continue Reading 2015 leaves high expectations for the new year
I don’t know if I like them, hate them, or really don’t have an extreme opinion about them. I do know that “retirement tours” are taking over the sports world. … Continue Reading Retirement tours are the new norm for athletes