Category: Boston Red Sox

Chris Sale Does NOT Need Tommy John Surgery…Thank Goodness

The Boston Red Sox 2019 season has not been the greatest. It seems that there is always something going wrong. They lose to bad teams, they lose their players to injury, etc. The latest case has been left-handed starting pitcher Chris Sale. Sale has been shaky this year and there is no denying that. Of […]

Red Sox win back to back series after dropping 12 of 15

Hopefully the Red Sox have woken up after beating the Indians two out of three in Cleveland. They carried the modest of winning streaks back to Boston and have taken care of business against Baltimore.  Friday night, the Red Sox opened up the series by crushing the Orioles 9-1. Rick Porcello was solid, going six […]

Chris Sale vs The Other Pitchers to Have Seven 200+ Strikeout Seasons

Chris Sale is among an elite 16 pitchers who have had seven seasons of 200+ strikeout in a year. He has also accomplished this feat in seven straight years! While he hasn’t been great recently, I have no doubt that he will bounce back to star form and possibly add on an eighth in the […]

The 4 Most Known Professional Sports Clubs in Boston, Massachusetts

You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to understand that almost all residents of Boston are mad about sports. Many outstanding teams of all US professional sports leagues are based in Boston. It is one of the greatest sports cities in the US, and the passion of its citizens for sports is overwhelming — […]

Seventy-Five Years Ago This Week, Ted Williams Hit His Stride in Navy Baseball

As viewers tune into the PBS Masters documentary, Ted Williams: “The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived,” the Splendid Splinter was roughing it 75 years ago this week in the most difficult and dangerous aviation training school in the world. During that 90-day training camp, Williams played the majority of his military baseball for a Navy […]