It’s been a while since the Red Sox last had a player hit for the cycle. A long while. Before Brock Holt accomplished the feat during yesterday’s 9-4 win over the Atlanta Braves, John Valentin’s 1996 cycle was the last in Boston history. For the last 18 years, the cycle had been elusive to Red […]
From top to bottom, no team went through quite as many changes as the Tampa Bay Rays have this offseason. The teams first casualty came during the MLB Playoffs, when Rays general manager Andrew Friedman announced that he was leaving Tampa Bay and joining the L.A. Dodgers front office as the President of Baseball Operations. […]
Thoughts on John Farrell’s two year tenure with the Red Sox.
The San Francisco Giants punched their ticket to the World Series on Thursday night, after they defeated the St. Louis Cardinals in walk-off fashion. With a three to one series advantage in hand, the Giants sent their ace Madison Bumgarner to the mound. The 25-year old did not disappoint, as he tossed 8 innings of […]
Mike Napoli ended a five-game losing streak with his presence in the lineup, but will the pitching be able to extend the win streak this week?
Ryan Dempster shows us how a retirement should be done.
Win ALL of the trophies!
The Red Sox manager has been a huge part of this season’s success.
Ben takes a look at some familiar faces we’ll see throughout the 2013 playoffs.
A look back at the Red Sox previous six American League East division winning teams.
*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?
A look at the first half of his career and what has made him the most beloved Red Sox player of this generation.
I was actually working for the weekend, so…kind of winning?
A thank you is in order for Terry Francona who returns to his old home, Fenway Park, for the first time as a manager since his departure in 2011.
Daniel overthrows Brett to bring you Friday’s links. Vive la Revolution!