Yesterday, Rob Bradford of WEEI reported that Daniel Nava is thinking about abandoning switch hitting this season, and focusing exclusively on batting from the left-hand side. This isn’t a bad for Nava, who holds a career .209 batting average from the right-hand side and a .293 average from the left, but it’s not exactly a […]
The bullpen will probably be the last area of the roster that Red Sox General Manager Ben Cherington adds to this offseason. The team currently employes five arms that one can consider shoe-in’s for the 2015 relief core, which leave two more spots up for grabs. The third year GM has acknowledged the teams plethora […]
Bogaerts is having quite a rough stretch. What does he have to do to break out of it?
So this Henry Owens fella seems like a good prospect…
These #takes are on fire.
The offseason has begun and two major trades are already in the books. Daniel takes a look at who won and who lost.
Ben takes a look at past Red Sox on the free agent market this offseason.
Fire Brand’s 2013 Postseason Predictions
Ben takes a look at some familiar faces we’ll see throughout the 2013 playoffs.
*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?
New Poll takes a look at the Red Sox and the playoffs. Who DON’T you want to see them play?
Daniel ventures into the dark and terrifying landscape of the AL RoY race.
A look back at the Red Sox’s eight walk-off wins from the first half of the season.
After taking two of three against the Rangers, the Boston Red Sox (37-24, 1st place in the AL East, 1.5 games ahead) welcome the Los Angeles Angels (26-34, 3rd place in the AL West, 10.5 games back) to Fenway Park for a three-game series. Friday night’s game was rained out, and a split doubleheader will […]