A look at how one player’s “Curse” has haunted the Red Sox.
Jack Keller brings you the 2013 New York Yankees season preview.
Remembering my childhood hero’s rise to stardom, fall from grace, and re-emergence as a true symbol of what the Boston Red Sox mean to all of us.
Attempting to process some of the emotional baggage from one of my favorite and least favorite Red Sox players of the last decade.
Justin Smoak may be an enticing buy low candidate for a 2013 Red Sox team in need of some depth and injury insurance.
Ben Cherington is the 11th general manager in Boston Red Sox history. He was originally hired by former Sox general manager and now Orioles GM, Dan Duquette in 1997. After spending time as an advanced scout for the Cleveland Indians, Duquette brought Cherington into the Red Sox system. Even though he seems new to many [...]
If you are one of the millions of four-sport Boston fans in the world, then this has been an awe-inspiring week for you. With the Boston Bruins clinching their first championship in 39 years, it marked the 7th title in the city since the turn of the century. Winning has become the new standard in [...]
photo © 2008 Eric Kilby | more info (via: Wylio) Maybe it’s the contract. Maybe it’s the attitude. Maybe it’s the omnipresent sense of a nagging injury. Maybe it’s because of Trot Nixon. Maybe it’s because of the slash line. Maybe it’s the inconsistency. Whatever it may be — Red Sox fans don’t like JD [...]
photo © 2006 Scott Miller | more info (via: Wylio) Tim Wakefield is a man of perseverance and charity. He is the longest-tenured Red Sox by far (since 1995) and has always been a soldier for the olde towne team. He’s been nominated for the Roberto Clemente Award eight times and won it once. He’s [...]