Rob Bradford of WEEI joined the show Wedneday to talk about pitching concerns for the Red Sox on the cusp of their 100th win of 2018.
Be honest, did you know Jerry Remy made an All-Star team? What if I told you that in 1978, Remy hit TWO home runs and batted .278? Struck out 55 times? Walked 40? The best stat from Remy’s ’78 season? 30 stolen bases, only got caught 13 times. My god baseball was weird in the 70’s.
By Aaron Jackson, We’re now in the month of June, and you know what that means! Time to prepare for your MLB All Star game party! No? You don’t have a party for the game? Oh…ok. Well, you’re probably at least a little interested in who will be playing in the game right? No? Well, […]
After 50 days and 50 nights in Florida, the Red Sox are finally heading back to Boston and bringing with them a 5-game win streak.
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.
Sox fans always need that big name to latch on to, to dream about during the winter months.
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 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 […]
By Mark Paulette Few players come to Boston and succeed in their inaugural season with the Red Sox. Even fewer can succeed in the face of extreme expectations and pressures, which come with the territory. And then there is the .001 percent that not only succeed, but blow past the lofty expectations bestowed upon them. […]