You know what’s better than Mayan calendars? Baseball.
“Oh, you’re working, building a mystery… Holding on, and holding it in…Yeah you’re working, building a mystery… and choosing so carefully.”
Scott Candage predicts what the Red Sox will do at the Winter Meetings
Hunter Golden peels back the complexities of this year’s market for starting pitching and makes a shameless plug for the player he’d most like to sign.
Hunter Golden takes a look at four starters who the Red Sox may be able to sign to a one-year deal.
Facing the final year of his contract, many are suggesting that the Red Sox trade Jacoby Ellsbury. Hunter Golden examines his market and identifies some players the Red Sox may be able to get in return.
As I was reading Jim Bowden’s ”Pricing the Free Agents” piece on ESPN last Friday afternoon, I could hear the rising and crashing waves of criticism coming from the Sabermetric/blogging community from over yonder…and by yonder, I mean Twitter. I know this because I was one of the people dropping snide, snarky remarks about several of his choices. And [...]
Boston’s search for a new field manager continues and it will do so without the option of Mike Maddux, who withdrew his name from consideration. There are still some intriguing options out there, but managerial changes always make me wonder, “How much does a manager matter?” Jim Tracy has been the target of much criticism in Colorado, [...]
Well, after a very, very disappointing series sweep at the hand of the Yankees, the Red Sox take on the Detroit Tigers. Yet, they have to face another very good pitcher in Edwin Jackson. The offense must wake up.
On our side, we have the declining Brad Penny. Hopefully, Penny can keep us in this game and let our capable offense of the past have a shot at a win.
The recap: Coco Crisp —