Why It Makes Sense To Trade Xander Bogaerts

Why It Makes Sense To Trade Xander Bogaerts

The early part of the 2022 season has been a complete nightmare for the Boston Red Sox. Boston is dead last in the AL East, Chris Sale’s rehab is taking longer than expected, big free agent signee Trevor Story has only hit one home run and they still have issues with their closer. While it’s […]

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 Rays-ing Expectations: Tampa Lands Cruz

Rays-ing Expectations: Tampa Lands Cruz

I had my cute, little MLB trade deadline preview post all ready to go. Then the Tampa Bay Rays got the party started early, trading for slugger Nelson Cruz. With the move, the Rays announced their intentions of being World Series contenders once again. They have a balanced lineup, solid pitching, and a whole stable […]

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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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 Astros-Rays-Yankees-Twins: ALDS Game One Previews

Astros-Rays-Yankees-Twins: ALDS Game One Previews

Rays at Astros We get another great pitching match up today, Tyler Glasnow and Justin Verlander are two of the best in baseball. I wrote about yesterday’s great pitching match here. Glasnow was an early-season Cy Young favorite and Verlander has a 50/50 shot at bringing home the award. I would say its pretty clear […]

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 Enter Sandman: Mariano Rivera Steals The Show

Enter Sandman: Mariano Rivera Steals The Show

Enter sandman, make more memories, exit sandman. Before he gets enshrined in Cooperstown in July, Mariano Rivera had a little business to take care of on the field at Yankee Stadium on June 23. On Sunday afternoon, the Yankees hosted their 73rd annual old-timer’s day in the Bronx. Before they finished their four-game series with […]

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 Red Sox Weekly #3

Red Sox Weekly #3

Oh what a week it has been, since our embarrassment to close out the home stand on Monday. Two in New York and three against the Rays kept us busy. Fortunately for the early half of the week the Bruins were on as a distraction from the embarrassment in NY. Yankees Series Game 1, Chris […]

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 How to Fix the MLB

How to Fix the MLB

The MLB’s popularity amongst millennials and Gen Z is the lowest it has been for any generation. World Series viewership has been on a downward trend since 1995, with a few spikes, such as in ’04 and ’16. Baseball has tried to fix this by making the games faster, looking at a pitch clock and […]

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 “We Want Boston”- Well you got it!

“We Want Boston”- Well you got it!

You wanted Boston, you got Boston. #DoDamage pic.twitter.com/pOTGZhMVd6 — Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) October 10, 2018 Ahh, all is good in the world. Isn’t it, Sox fans? Yes… yes it is. Yankees fans, i’m surprised you didn’t jump in front of a subway train after Tuesday nights loss. The Boston Red Sox are moving on […]

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