Like Oprah giving out gifts, Dave Dombrowski just starts signing available players with no rhyme or reason. Eric Hosmer, here’s 6-years and $150-million. Jay Bruce, you want a couple years at a $16-mil/season clip?
Scott Lauber of ESPNBoston.com joined Jim Churchill and Aaron Jackson to break down Alex Cora’s introduction in Boston.
Dating back to the start of the Red Sox as we know it in 1901, the Red Sox have had 46 managers. What that means is that the Red Sox change managers roughly every 2.5 years. By that way of thinking, Farrell actually doubled the average tenure with his seemingly short 5 year tenure.
By Mark Paulette What an absolutely strange year for the 2017 Boston Red Sox. A season which opened with such promise and intrigue, devolved into a lost hope despite the team never falling below second place for the final three months of the year. While I don’t want to diminish the accomplishments of this year’s […]
By Sterling Pingree The Major League Baseball playoffs truly begin today when Justin Verlander toes the rubber and throws the first pitch to the Red Sox lead off hitter. I’d love to say who that batter will be, but Farrell has juggled the line up so much, there’s a chance anybody not named Hanley Ramirez […]
By Mark Paulette How often do the Boston Red Sox, a team which plays its games in one of the foremost hotbed-regions of Major League Baseball, enter the postseason with tempered expectations? A year ago, they were the team of destiny. David Ortiz would sign off his fairytale career with a fourth World Series title […]
By Aaron Jackson With the Red Sox division title comes the chance to take a couple days and take stock in what the team has as they get set to play Thursday against the Houston Astros who took 3 of 4 from the Sox to end the season. My guess is much of that time […]
By Matthew Cunha With the Sox’s fifteenth extra inning win on Tuesday night and a three game lead in the AL East race, it would make sense for Red Sox fans to be excited about the upcoming October baseball. I am sure many of you are, but I could really care less. This team has […]
By Sterling Pingree There is exactly one month left in the Major League Baseball season, or 28 games, or even more precisely 6 more Chris Sale starts. A couple of week ago, I would’ve said that we could save some time and just deliver the Cy Young award to his house already. Two straight losses […]
By Sterling Pingree It was two years ago today, that the Red Sox hired Dave Dombrowski to be the president of baseball operations (POBO). Some will look at it was the two year anniversary of Ben Cherington being tossed off the back of John Henry’s yacht like he was Big Puss on The Sopranos. Dombrowski […]