The Advanced Scout tries to find a respite in numbers as he analyzes the Cleveland Indians
Daniel takes a look at the five Red Sox narratives that are annoying him the most… and they haven’t even happened yet.
The Advanced Scout pores over statistics of the California Penal League and analyzes the Cleveland Indians
The Advanced Scout starts pounding Sam Adams Imperial Whites and analyzes the Cleveland Indians. Hic.
With the trading deadline quickly approaching at 3:00 p.m. ET tomorrow afternoon, there’s been a flurry of activity. Edwin Jackson was traded to the Blue Jays for Jason Frasor, then flipped to the Cardinals for Colby Rasmus. The Giants, in desperate need for offense, spun top pitching prospect Zach Wheeler to the Mets in exchange [...]
Earlier today, I pointed out a report by the Boston Herald‘s Scott Lauber stating the Red Sox had cooled on Ubaldo Jimenez. My, what a few hours can do. SI’s Jon Heyman reports just the opposite: “It now seems more likely that Colorado Rockies ace Ubaldo Jimenez could be traded. The Red Sox are the most [...]
Ubaldo Jiminez has been notching a season for the record books in 2010, but the Boston Red Sox will look to John Lackey as they try to rewrite history in the making.
@ Oct. 25 GAME 2 – WORLD SERIES 2007 Ubaldo Jimenez (2-0, 1.59) @ Curt Schilling (2-0, 3.38) Fenway Park (Boston, MA) 8:37 PM EDT, FOX CF Willy Taveras 2B Dustin Pedroia 2B Kaz Matsui 1B Kevin Youkilis LF Matt Holliday DH David Ortiz 1B Todd Helton LF Manny Ramirez 3B Garrett Atkins 3B Mike [...]
Dane Cook may need to make a new commercial: Beckettober. Josh Beckett (4-0 on the postseason) proved again why he is the number one starter for the Boston Red Sox pitching for 7 innings, six hits, one earned run, one walk, and nine strikeouts as Boston won 13-1. Beckett was so dominating last night that [...]