The PawSox will feature many players who can help the major league team this year, while they look to defend their International League Championship.
More young guys getting attention! Woo!
A brieft history on post-2007 John Lackey and what Red Sox fans can expect from him in 2013.
The Cafardo mail bag is back! This week we discuss cutting Bobby V some slack, Clay Buchholz to the minors, and the absurd JC Linares bandwagon.
Chip discusses Beckett’s level of motivation, Lester’s last start, and the Youk/Middlebrooks dilemma.
Inevitably, all baseball heroes ride off into the sunset. Jason Varitek and Tim Wakefield, both Boston legends, have found their sunsets. This is the first spring in 17 years that there is no number 49 or 33 on the field mentoring others wearing numbers like 71 and 98. Rarely do players end their career’s with [...]
After 19 seasons in the major leagues, 17 with the Boston Red Sox, 45-year-old Knuckleballer Tim Wakefield is set to announce his retirement according to MLB Trade Rumors. Wakefield retires as one of the most beloved Red Sox players of his time and perhaps of all time. His career 4.41 ERA may not catch the [...]
Can you believe it? It’s been more than two weeks since the illustrious Nick Cafardo graced us with the little nugget of gold he calls his mailbag. I have to admit, I was a little worried that he’d grown tired of sharing and answering the thoughts, concerns, and questions of Red Sox Nation. Luckily, he [...]
And we’re back! Nick Cafardo returns with his amazingly amusing mail bag! This week’s questions are just as eye-roll inducing as the ones we’ve seen over the last two weeks. Rather than keep you waiting, I’m going to jump right in to answer his mail. As always, I’ve omitted the names to protect the guilty. [...]
Last week, I was channeling my inner Mark McGwire when I triumphantly declared that I was not going to talk about the past, but instead focus on the future. While I don’t plan on taking it quite to the extent Darryl alluded to on Sunday, I’m hoping to keep this going a little longer. Trying to counterbalance [...]