Series Preview: 5/22-5/24 at TB

Records Entering Series: BOS (32-15, 2nd in AL East), TB (22-23, 3rd in AL East) Boston has continued to roll through their lesser competition this year, most recently taking 3 of 4 against Baltimore at Fenway. They'll roll into Florida to face a Tampa team that has been rather surprising so far this year, sitting... Continue Reading →

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 →

Report Cards: Spring Training

Yesterday and today's games vs. the Cubs are technically informal exhibitions, meaning Spring Training is officially finished for the Boston Red Sox. So, with the Major League roster set, today will be the first installment of my monthly "Report Cards" series, in which I'll be handing out grades for each player in the squad. Obviously,... Continue Reading →

The Situation at 2nd

The situation at 2nd base is one of luxury for the Red Sox. Dustin Pedroia has been a mainstay in the Boston clubhouse for a decade now. He's the de-facto captain of this squad, a no-brainer for the starting job at second base for what seems like forever. He provides the heart, soul, and grit... Continue Reading →

2018 Season Preview: Lineup

2018 is an interesting year for the Boston Red Sox. There's still lingering questions after a successful yet ultimately disappointing 2017 in which the Sox took their second straight AL East crown but faltered in the ALDS once again. Some of those said questions can be answered with the blockbuster acquisition of J.D. Martinez (like... Continue Reading →

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