I mean, benches need love too!
A justification for using “we” instead of “they” when talking about the Red Sox.
You know what’s better than Mayan calendars? Baseball.
Someone, anyone, give Scott a reason to care about the Red Sox Hot Stove season
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 [...]
Let me start off my introducing myself. I am a fan of the Boston Red Sox organization, long before anyone called themselves a member of Red Sox Nation. I’m not old enough to remember Bucky Dent, but I can promise you I hate Aaron Boone just as much. I am a historian, following and revering the teams of the past as much as I do the teams of the present. Finally, I wanted to write you a letter to say two words I doubt you hear enough, “thank you.”
ESPN.com is reporting that Scott Bora$$ told John Henry and Co. that their offer of eight years and ~$160-170 million was short by $25 million. In other words, Boras wants $195 million for eight years which would come out to a $24.5 million annual salary.
Scott Boras said he thinks Jason Varitek is worthy of a four-year, $52.4 million commitment, which is what the Yankees’ Jorge Posada got last year. Posada posted a career best 154 OPS+, the year before his free agency. Varitek? A career worst 73.