Friday Links: MIA from MVP Voting

After being snubbed two seasons in a row, Mike Trout was finally named American League Most Valuable Player for the 2014 campaign. The 22-year old New Jersey native posted a .287/.377/.561 slash and collected 111 RBI and 36 home runs in 157 games for the Anaheim...

Thursday Links: Finding an ace

Outside of Boston’s need for an upgrade at third base, the team must upgrade their starting rotation as well. After gutting their entire rotation at the trade deadline last season, Boston now has gaping holes with no obvious fit in mind. The good news is that...

Monday Links: Rubby Can’t Fail

The Red Sox defeated the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim over the weekend, and claimed their first series win since sweeping the Kansas City Royals in late July. Allen Webster took the mound for the Red Sox on Friday, and was much better than he was in his previous...

Roster Power Rankings, April Edition

Thankfully, April is over (although May has been far from kind to us so far). The Red Sox ended the opening month of the 2014 season with a sub .500 record at 13-14. Now, the team that came into this season wanting to “Turn the Page” is heading into a new...

#Hot #Takes with Daniel

We’ve finally reached MLB Opening Day, and I’m sure you all are just as excited as I am that those ESPN score update texts finally count now, instead of being just a tease like they were in Spring Training. For this week’s column, I’m just...

Monday’s Links – Forward Thinking

Something of note: there will be a ton of Spring Training games broadcasted this year, and not just by ESPN. Looks to me like baseball is on the rise again. He says he’ll give a hometown discount, but what does Jon Lester mean by that? Just a few million off per...