A Look at the Andrew Benintendi Trade

A Look at the Andrew Benintendi Trade

It appears that we finally have a complete deal. In the evening of June 4th, Chad Jennings and Julian McWilliams reported the rest of the Andrew Benintendi trade. These players will act as the three players to be named later from Kansas City and New York. According to these reports, Kansas City will send pitchers […]

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 Why Red Sox-Yankees Won’t Be Competitive

Why Red Sox-Yankees Won’t Be Competitive

Red Sox-Yankees, a tale as old as time. The greatest rivalry in all of American sports is renewed this weekend. While it’s inexplicable that the schedule allowed these division foes to stay away from each other as long as they have, we will be looking at two of the American League’s top teams. The Yankees […]

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 A Pair of Red Sox on Team USA

A Pair of Red Sox on Team USA

USA baby! A pandemic can only slow down the dominance of United States athletics; never stop it. Another avenue for American victory opens up in Tokyo this summer with baseball returning to the Olympic games. Now that qualifying season is upon us, we now know just who will be joining Team USA in its earliest […]

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 Athletics Leaving Oakland?: MLB Daily

Athletics Leaving Oakland?: MLB Daily

Listen to “078 | The Machine to the Dodgers, 5/15 game recaps + Oakland A’s Relocation?” on Spreaker. On May 16th episode of MLB Daily, we discussed the ongoing story with the Oakland Athletics and Major League Baseball recommending that they leave Oakland if the city doesn’t agree to build a new stadium. Is it […]

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 The Red Sox Must Sign Albert Pujols

The Red Sox Must Sign Albert Pujols

One of the many aspects that have been lost in our society is the respect for our elders that we once had. The elders gradually commanded less of the family’s power over the last century to the point where the nursing home population is beginning to look like the phone of the woman Jared Porter […]

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 A Lover’s Guide to the Boston Red Sox Pt. 1

A Lover’s Guide to the Boston Red Sox Pt. 1

We all know that feeling. You’re with someone who you care about and want to share in their passion, in this case, the Boston Red Sox. The trouble is you may not know the difference between a Pesky Pole and a telephone pole. Luckily for all of the girlfriends/boyfriends, wives/husbands, mistresses/mister, friends with benefits, and […]

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 JD Martinez Is The AL Player of the Week

JD Martinez Is The AL Player of the Week

And Perhaps Comeback Player of the Year? Today in a surprise to no one, Red Sox designated hitter JD Martinez received the American League Player of the Week award. During this week span, Martinez slashed .458/.500/1.125 in 5 games, adding to an already ridiculous start. With the Red Sox slugger leading the league in extra-base […]

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 A Look At Jason Varitek’s Legacy

A Look At Jason Varitek’s Legacy

Happy birthday to you. Happy birthday to you. The Yankees are in last place, and they act like it to. With today, April 11th, being Jason Varitek‘s 49th birthday, it makes sense to evaluate where the legend stands. Varitek caught for the Red Sox for 15 seasons between 1997 and 2011, where he slashed .256/.341/.435 […]

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 New Red Sox Jersey: Boston Banana Sox?

New Red Sox Jersey: Boston Banana Sox?

The City Connect Jersey is the Most Contentious Point Since the Tea Act Nike and Major League Baseball have announced this week that they will curate a new jersey line. These jerseys are the “City Connect” series, a line to show the heart and soul of several baseball towns. In addition to Boston, Miami, both […]

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 Top Red Sox Stories: April

Top Red Sox Stories: April

Now the season now underway, and the Red Sox are in the midst of their opening series with the Baltimore Orioles. Let’s look at the top Red Sox stories from around the mound in April. Top Story: Infield Will Bobby Dalbec Cement Himself in the Rookie of the Year Talk? On Friday, Throbby D made […]

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 Michael Chavis Has Not Proven He’s 2021 Caliber

Michael Chavis Has Not Proven He’s 2021 Caliber

When Michael Chavis was added to the Red Sox roster in 2019, he provided the spark they desperately needed. Similar to the way Brian Johnson threw a complete-game shutout in his Fenway debut, Chavis’ first game was against the Rays where he provided the game-winning hit. Since his rookie year, the similarities between Chavis and […]

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 Garrett Richards Must Step Up For Bloom’s Sake

Garrett Richards Must Step Up For Bloom’s Sake

With Spring Training well underway in Fort Myers, we are officially into baseball overreaction season. Now, it would be easy to choose Bobby Dalbec right now. After all, Throbby is projecting to have 93 HR and 208 SO with his Spring Training numbers. I would like like to bring up the performance of Garrett Richards. […]

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 The Killer B’s Are a Bygone Era

The Killer B’s Are a Bygone Era

Going into the winter, I didn’t think that Jackie Bradley Jr.‘s departure would hurt as it has. When the season ended, it appeared that Bradley was saying his goodbyes to the media and staff. This week, Bradley signed a 2-year 24 million dollar contract with the Milwaukee Brewers. This was acceptable for most of Red […]

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