The Red Sox and the rest of major league baseball bid a fond farewell to Yankee’s Captain Derek Jeter over the weekend, as the 40-year old played the final series of his 20 year career. After Boston and New York split the first two games of the weekend series, the bitter rivals took Sunday’s game […]
While most of the baseball world tuned in to Derek Jeter’s historic final game at Yankees Stadium, the Red Sox were busy routing the Tampa Bay Rays for the second straight night. Similar to Anthony Ranaudo on Wednesday, Allen Webster ended his season on a high note by holding the Rays to just one run […]
With the series tied at two games a piece, the Red Sox and Yankees played the rubber match of the 3-game set on Thursday night. David Ortiz gave the Red Sox an early one-run advantage after he cranked his 31st home run of the season off New York’s starter Chris Capuano. An inning later, with […]
Second half coming up…
The Red Sox were one of the best defensive teams in 2013, so far this season they’ve been one of the worst. What happened?
Look on the bright side, it’s only April…
What the fans had to say during a game in Houston.
It’s starting to get warmer.
What’s the worst that could happen? Daniel has an idea.
Why it makes sense to bring back Stephen Drew to Boston.
Brett comes back to Fenway to witness the annual end of the rivalry.
Brett keeps seeing pinstripes on the schedule and wants it to stop.
My most sincere apologies, but signing old players to bad contracts doesn’t transform a franchise from the Evil Empire™ to underdogs.
Brett contemplates the most unlikable thing and/or person in the sports world.
A look at the first half of his career and what has made him the most beloved Red Sox player of this generation.