It’s so fun to be the bandwagon driver…until it careens off of a cliff!
Processing the hope that comes from green grass and bright sunlight on a warm Florida field.
With less than 2 weeks to go before Pitchers and Catchers officially report, we are continuing to pass some of the cold long winter by making some bold (and a few not so bold) predictions for the upcoming season.
A look back at the Top 5 moments from last year.
Taking a look back at the Bottom 5 moments from last year.
The Advanced Scout tries not to vomit like Mr. Creosote and analyzes the New York Yankees
It’s always easy to throw stones when things are going bad, but perhaps this might be the best time to ask if ownership has reached a breaking point.
The Boston Red Sox are clearly a “have” organization in Major League Baseball. Being a “have” however doesn’t mean that you can literally “have” whatever your heart desires or that you “have” no budget or parameters around which your team must be constructed. Sure those limits are self-imposed by the current ownership group, but let’s not forget, they own the team and fiscally responsible for its management. They have purchased — literally — the right to set those parameters to the bounds of their comfort level or desired profit margin. One such parameter currently in the focus of the media, the fans and the organization is the luxury tax threshold. But what does that all mean and how does it effect the 2010 Boston Red Sox or their approach to the upcoming trade deadline?