Max Scherzer is too much of a commitment. Cole Hamels will cost too many top prospects. James Shields wants an ace contract, but he’s a high mileage 33-year old. But the Red Sox need an ace! Granted an ace would be nice to plant atop the rotation, but it’s not something that Boston should bend […]
Brett comes back to Fenway to witness the annual end of the rivalry.
*IF* the Red Sox make the playoffs this year what teams do they want to face, and what teams would it be better to avoid?
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.
After a wild night, the Red Sox tango with the Tigers and White Sox and out pops a Peavy.
Brett sizes up the first series of the second half by staring down some pinstripes.
The Advanced Scout reflects on The Last #42 as he analyzes the New York Yankees
Daniel attempts to understand how the Yankees are winning baseball games. (Spoiler: It’s not easy.)
After a solid opening series in New York, we may or may not have learned some things about the 2013 Red Sox.
Scott Candage, a.k.a. The Advanced Scout, emerges from his hibernation and analyzes the New York Yankees
Jack Keller brings you the 2013 New York Yankees season preview.
How the Sox’ right-hander somehow became a pitch-to-contact pitcher, and why that could work out in the long run.
“Oh, you’re working, building a mystery… Holding on, and holding it in…Yeah you’re working, building a mystery… and choosing so carefully.”