Series Preview: 5/11-5/13 at TOR

Records Entering Series: BOS (26-11, T-1st in AL East), TOR (20-18, 3rd in AL East) Boston rolls into Toronto for the 2nd time this year with a share of 1st place and the best record in the MLB. They've fizzled a bit of late after their 17-2 start, but remain one of the teams to... 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 →

Red Sox Offense Still Tops

Worry not, Nation, the Red Sox bats will be just fine. Despite being no-hit on Saturday and held to just 6 hits and 1 run on Sunday, the Red Sox are still the top ranked offense in the MLB and should continue to be so for the foreseeable future. Boston still ranks 1st in an... Continue Reading →

2018 Bold Predictions

Opening Day is finally here! It's the moment we've all been not-so-patiently waiting for since the Red Sox crashed out of the ALDS last October. A new season means a clean slate, a chance to create something new and organic. I truly believe that this version of the Sox has the potential to be something... 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 →

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 →

Mitch Moreland: Unsung Giant

The hulking 1st baseman re-signed with the Red Sox in the offseason to the tune of 2 years and $13 million. Moreland got paid, and the Sox kept a veteran clubhouse leader with power and a Gold Glove to his name. Moreland’s 2017 was hampered by a nagging foot injury that kept him from being... Continue Reading →

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