Report Cards: April 2018

Alex Cora: A -Cora has led the Red Sox to the best record in the MLB through April in his 1st month as a manager. He's stayed true to his plan and philosophy of getting guys plenty of rest, which has allowed the role players like Moreland and Holt to get enough reps to remain... Continue Reading →

Series Preview: 4/30-5/2 vs. KC

Records Entering Series: KC (7-20, 5th in AL Central), BOS (20-7, 1st in AL East) The Royals head into Boston sporting the 2nd worst record in the MLB to take on the team with STILL the best record in the MLB, the Red Sox. It's been an up-and-down couple weeks for Boston, who are 4-5... Continue Reading →

What to Look For With Pomeranz

Drew Pomeranz will take the hill tonight for the Red Sox vs. the Oakland Athletics for the first time in 2018. He's returning from a mild forearm strain that he suffered in his first Spring Training appearance down in Ft. Myers, Florida this year, an injury which he sustained in 2017, as well. Pomeranz made... Continue Reading →

Drew Pomeranz’s Time to Shine

Drew Pomeranz was an often, and perhaps unfairly, overlooked member of the Red Sox last year, but that could change this season. Coming off a year which saw him post a career best (and team co-high) 17 wins, Pomeranz is hopefully ready to take the next step in his progression. Pomeranz’s career ERA of 3.67,... Continue Reading →

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