Many expected the Red Sox to take at least 3-of-4 at The Trop to open the year, however, few expected Boston to outscore the Rays by just one run in the series.
Rogers Centre opened in 1989, 9 years before Tropicana Field but feels more modern by a factor of 10, while the Trop feels like the Rays bought the lease from Marge Schott.
Rick Porcello went 11-0 last season when the Red Sox supplied him with three runs or more of support. He’s now 1-0 in that category in 2018.
Through the first two games, Sale and Price have combined to give the Red Sox 14 scoreless innings while conceding just five hits and striking out 14.
Following every Red Sox game this season I’ll be writing a short reaction to the previous day’s action while trying to avoid the inevitable roller coaster of emotions found in any true New England sports fan.
*This is not a typo* The Bruins are playing for first place in the Eastern Conference tonight.
Bob Ryan, Dan Shaughnessy, Sean McAdam and Jason Mastrodonato offer their thoughts on over/under’s and other predictions for the 2018 Boston Red Sox.
With baseball season almost upon us it’s time for my annual Jackson 5 where I make bold predictions for the upcoming year. These predictions are labeled bold for a reason – they’re unlikely to come to fruition.
Patriots’ insider, Paul Perillo, of Patriots Football Weekly joined the show on Monday to offer his thoughts on the current state of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s working relationship.
The Patriots most impactful signing, didn’t have a catch in 2017 or return a punt. In fact, the last punt he tried to return, I’m pretty sure was fumbled.