There couldn’t be a better person to represent Fire Brand of the American League and the 2014 Red Sox as the blog begins its second decade covering the Sox: outfielder Daniel Nava has won the annual Fire Brand of the Year Award — the first hitter to win since J.D. Drew represented the 2010 Red […]
It’s hard to believe that 10 years have passed since Fire Brand of the American League began writing on the Red Sox, but here we are.
In the doldrums of winter, let’s switch things up and ask everyone who they think will win the American League East division this year.
Should the Red Sox bring in a backup first-baseman?
If another starter is added, that seems to point to a trade- – probably Doubront — happening. Let’s hear your thoughts. Yea or nay to another pitcher?
Consider everything — quality of player, position, contract and what it took to get the player if it was a trade.
Learning about Fire Brand’s new writers.
Today is the ninth anniversary of Fire Brand of the American League!
Looking at who fans believe should be the Fire Brand of the Year and wondering what to do with Mike Napoli.
In which trepidation over the Hanrahan deal is expressed.
Taking a look at who will come off the bench for the Red Sox in 2013.
Help us decide who should be the 2013 Fire Brand of the Year. Must be a player who played on the 2012 team.
The Red Sox seem set to sign Ryan Dempster to a contract. It doesn’t seem like it’s a great fit.
How should the Red Sox address finding another SP?
Evan breaks down who the Red Sox got and lost.