Whelp, it’s the day when the Hall of Fame selections are announced. Prepare yourselves! Twitter is going to be full of heated arguments spanning the baseball world.
- Curt Schilling has a permanent spot in Red Sox lore. But it’ll be a bit of a struggle for him to get a bust in Cooperstown. (Making One More Hall Of Fame Case For Curt Schilling)
- The new CBA has victimized poor Stephen Drew to the point where he can’t even get a three-year deal from the New York Mets, of all teams. (Mets “averse to anything three years or beyond” for free agent shortstop Stephen Drew)
- Drew isn’t a bad player, per se, but he’s not one that you’d break the bank for either. And the age of shortstop scarcity is over. (The Problem With Stephen Drew’s Market)
- In the final part of his series, Tim Britton reveals the top two games of the Red Sox season. This team really did feel like one of destiny. (The 10 Best Red Sox Games of 2013, Part Three)
- Go ahead. Be proud of the Sox’ farm system. It’s really that good, and in terms of major-league-ready talent, you’ll be hard-pressed to find one better. (There’s not much happening with Red Sox now, but their prospects sure look good)
- Sure, the Red Sox could acquire Chris Denorfia, but who would they jettison off the roster? There’s no one with no value on the 25-man. (How the Red Sox can make room for Chris Denorfia)
- A Japanese pitcher can be yours for the low, low price of $10 million a year! Actual contract not included. (Japanese Posting Fee To Be Split Over Two Years)
Isn’t it great when the guys you hope will be good actually are good?