Tag Archives: Boston Red Sox

It’s Time For Anthony Ranaudo to be an MLB Regular

With the Red Sox having a less than ideal season (last place in the AL East) a youth movement has slowly started to take over Boston. Guys like Xander Bogaerts, Mookie Betts, Rubby De La Rosa, Allen Webster, and Christian Vazquez have all come onto the team and played in a considerable amount of games. […]

Read More

Do We Really Need Giancarlo Stanton?

As nice as it would be to have Giancarlo Stanton playing for the Boston Red Sox, do we really need him?

Read More

Sam Travis, First-Baseman of the Future?

Read More

The Craig Connection

Who is the enigmatic Allen Craig, and how does he fit into the Red Sox’ crowded outfield?

Read More

Allen Craig & Joe Kelly: Who are they, and how do they fit in?

Two Cardinals fly into Boston, and Shawn McFarland looks at who the Red Sox just acquired.

Read More

The Ballad of Jonny Gomes Or: Now That We’re Done with Him How Can We Extract Value from Him?

After all Gomes has done for Red Sox Nation, it’s time to turn him loose and harvest whatever value he may have left.

Read More

About Last Night: Post-Break Rejuvenation?

Are the Red Sox turning a new leaf, or is this just a minor victory on the long, slow, inexorable march towards the AL East cellar?

Read More

Rumor Mill: Why Cole Hamels to Boston Makes no Sense

According to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, the Boston Red Sox have been scouting Phillies lefthander Cole Hamels, with possible intent of constructing a deal to acquire him. “Hamels is Philly’s most tradeable commodity. They would have to score huge to make a deal. The Phillies have been scouting Boston heavily all season. At […]

Read More

A Tale of Two, Maybe Three, Peavys: Part Two

An in-depth look at the evolution of Jake Peavy, and an investigation into what kind of pitcher he really is.

Read More

Meet Boston’s Young Star in the Making, Rafeal Devers

International free agents make up a huge portion of today’s MLB players. Some, like Yasiel Puig and Yoenis Cespedes, receive huge contracts before they ever step on an MLB field. Others, like Jurickson Profar and Boston’s own Xander Bogaerts, sign smaller deals at an incredibly young age, usually. For example, the Red Sox discovered Bogaerts […]

Read More