If a key player in the Red Sox system got badly injured before even setting foot in Fenway this year, I’d probably be beside myself with sadness and frustration. The baseball gods would’ve cursed us again!
- Okay, everyone. Deep breaths. He’s fine. Just some scar tissue breaking up. No biggie. It’s back to waking & raking for Will Middlebrooks. (Crisis averted for Will Middlebrooks and Red Sox)
- And for the rest of that Spring Training game WMB left, well, let’s just say Jonny Gomes…goatee’d off on a pitch. No, really. (Jonny Gomes Launches Moonshot In Red Sox Spring Loss To Orioles)
- Just like the good ole’ days for the Sox yesterday – taking their pitches, working walks and making it worthwhile. (Free passes doom Pirates against Red Sox)
- Maybe “worthwhile” was too light of a word. The Red Sox actually made a little baseball history in that game. (Red Sox pull off a true rarity: 16 runs, no extra-base hits)
- How do you project a player whose last 4 years were like an EKG? I wouldn’t want to be the computers attempting to predict Jacoby Ellsbury‘s 2013 season, that’s for sure. (Ellsbury Amuck: Jacoby’s Projection Problem)
- You all should be happy that the Red Sox are pretty much like Benjamin Button right now. They’re getting younger by the month, it seems. (Young folks)
- Let’s not forget the other guy in the Joel Hanrahan trade, because as it turns out, Brock Holt isn’t too shabby. (Brock Holt brings energy to competition in Red Sox camp)
On a Spring Training-related note, it was fantastic to hear Don & Jerry on the call for the first time in months. It wouldn’t be Boston baseball without them.