Truck Day has come and gone, there’s players doing baseball things in Ft. Myers, and it’s a balmy 75 degrees here in Arizona. Baseball is pretty much everywhere.
- While not facing the multitude of issues that plagues the majority of the league, the Red Sox still need to solve some problems during Spring Training. (Red Sox still have questions to answer in Fort Myers)
- Grady Sizemore says he’s healthy, and we’ve got nothing that says otherwise. Except a long history of injuries & surgeries. So we’ll see, Grady. (What can Red Sox expect from Grady Sizemore?)
- More questions for the Red Sox? It’s times like these that I – and probably the rest of the fan base – would like answers soon. (Starting 9: Key questions facing Sox this spring)
- Here’s a name we haven’t heard in a while: Clay Buchholz. And here’s a dilemma we’ve heard a lot: Buchholz trying to stay completely healthy. (Clay Buchholz Says He Is Completely Healthy, But Still Taking Things Slow)
- It’s not the end of the world, right? The Red Sox will be relying on two rookies to start the season, but, y’know, they might actually be good. (Red Sox leaning on two rookies to start 2014)
- It’s not always a good thing when you’re placed in the corner of a graph, but in this sense, it’s a very, very good thing. (Baseball teams and the windows that define them)
- Hey, Johnny Damon, have you ever heard of minor league managing? I heard that’s a way to get that big league job you want. (Johnny Damon still open to playing — or managing — but only in the Majors)
My adventurous life, guys.
A.J Pollock, Didi Gregorius and Archie Bradley just strolled into the Chipotle I’m eating in. Cool stuff.
— Brett Cowett (@BACowett) February 7, 2014