If I had a time machine, and my priorities were completely out of whack, I’d use it to compile the greatest Home Run Derby ever.
The right-hander’s four-seammer is moving again, which means he’s no longer the worst pitcher on the planet. He’s actually pretty good.
From now until the All-Star break, there will be many intriguing storylines to follow around the Red Sox.
Ortiz’ enshrinement in Cooperstown is borderline as of now.
With a 19-8 record entering Thursday night’s game against Toronto, the Red Sox have, at the very least, surpassed our expectations so far in 2013. Much of Boston’s hot start can be attributed to dynamic performances from a handful of key contributors. Clay Buchholz is 6-0 and has allowed zero runs in half his starts; […]
The right-hander’s pitch selection through his first 14 starts furthers the evidence that he’s no longer a power pitcher.
After a solid opening series in New York, we may or may not have learned some things about the 2013 Red Sox.