A look back at the revolving door that has been Boston Red Sox shortstops since Nomar Garciaparra’s departure in 2004.
Ryan Kalish’s inability to stay on the field proves that the notion of prospect redundancy is misguided.
Hunter Golden proclaims: Victorino at all costs, Victorino in spite of all terror, Victorino however long and hard the road may be; for without Victorino, there is no survival.
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Hunter Golden gyrates, grooves and hip swivels his way into your hearts and minds by providing you with this week’s Red Sox Hot Stove news in a nice, neat tupperware container.
The Advanced Scout refreshes his Twitter constantly for trade news as he analyzes the Detroit Tigers
Even though the hot stove has turned luke warm around the rest of the league, it’s still piping hot in Boston. To keep you up to date on all of the latest news and information, I’ve put together another piece where I touch upon the most pertinent issues of the day. The Starting Pitching Watch: [...]
The Red Sox made a baffling move over the weekend by trading starting shortstop Marco Scutaro to the Rockies, then compounded the issue by inking Cody Ross to join the outfield. In an offseason where the Miami Marlins have channeled the ghost of George Steinbrenner, the Red Sox have become the new misers of the [...]
The last few days have been pretty busy here in Red Sox Nation. Ben Cherington and his front office compatriots are slowly but surely shaping the roster into a club that should be able to win 90-95 games in 2012. In order to stay on top of all of the recent developments, I thought I’d take [...]
As Charlie mentioned in his column yesterday, the Marco Scutaro trade provided the Red Sox with $6M in salary relief. While it might seem strange to many of us that a high-revenue club with a payroll consistently hovering around the luxury tax threshold could need some salary relief, it’s a sign of the times. The [...]