Sunday is a big day for New England sports fans as both the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots have big games Sunday night. Let’s take a look at the five most important athletes if we’re to be going to bed happy.
As we get closer to the playoffs I can’t help but be concerned about certain aspects of the Boston Red Sox roster, so I decided to do some “confidence rankings” as things currently stand.
The list of arms that manager Alex Cora trusts in a hold situation is down to Ryan Brasier and………….. Tyler Thornburg?
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, […]
Stats and thoughts about the AL East leading Boston Red Sox
In this edition of the J5, I give you our favorite Boston sports figures and who they would be if they were superheroes.
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.
With the Red Sox opening Grapefruit League play later this afternoon against the Minnesota Twins, I have your full cheat sheet for the 2018 Sox, before even the mighty Alex Cora knows.
By Mark Paulette There’s a notion out there, popular among one specific member of The Drive that since taking the reigns as Red Sox team president, Dave Dombrowski, has decimated the organization’s minor leagues by making questionable moves to obtain major league talent. It’s hard to argue that the cupboard currently is significantly barer than […]
Veteran Red Sox writer Sean McAdam joined Jim Churchill, Aaron Jackson and Mark Paulette to discuss the Red Sox bullpen, their early season power outage and breaks down some early trends in the American League East. Catch The Drive, weekdays 4pm to 6pm on 92.9fm The Ticket and streaming live at DriveShowMaine.com. Follow […]