By Aaron Jackson, With the Red Sox front office proclaiming that the team is going to spend money and make improvements this past week I thought it would make sense to break down who is still available at this point. This offseason has been a quiet one on the free agent market, which makes sense […]
Mark offers five players not named J.D. Martinez that the Red Sox should target before Spring Training to bolster their roster.
By Mark Paulette On a sun-soaked Memorial Day afternoon at Guaranteed Rate Field…or U.S. Cellular Field…or Comiskey Park…or whatever the Chicago White Sox are choosing to call their home this week; Dustin Pedroia crashed to the ground, wrists-first, after colliding with Jose Abreu in a play at the first base bag. The tumble landed Pedroia […]
Offense- 1st quarter grade A+, 2nd quarter grade A-, 3rd quarter grade B+, 4th quarter grade A- The best subject for the 2016 Red Sox has been offense. We’ve seen dips and dives during the season, but when they were good in April/May, they were really freaking good. When they dipped in June, it […]
People love a winner. Put a winning team on the field and like a baseball diamond in an Iowa corn field, “People will come Ray, people will most definitely come.” Winning in major sports trumps almost everything, including at times the illegal activities of its star players. In the case of the Portland Sea Dogs, […]
Heading into the Red Sox 2-game series with the top team in all of baseball, the San Francisco Giants, we welcomed in Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe. Peter joined Aaron Jackson and Sterling Pingree to discuss Koji Uehara’s usage out of the bullpen, Jake Peavy’s return to Fenway, the futures of Michael Kopech […]