Category: MLB

Garrett Richards has Signed With the Red Sox, Offseason is Heating Up

I know it’s hard to believe, but the Red Sox have signed two (2!) free agents in the past 24 hours. The latest signing is starting pitcher Garrett Richards. Garrett Richards’ Potential Sox fans may remember Richards, who suffered an unfortunate knee injury at Fenway Park in 2014. Richards was on pace for a nice […]

Hank Aaron, one of the most dominant athletes of the 20th century, died Friday at the age of 86

Henry “Hammerin’ Hank” Louis Aaron died Friday at the age of 86. Born February 5th, 1934, in Mobile, Alabama, he would grow up to become one of the most enduring athletes of the 20th century. Hank Aaron’s stats are eye-popping Hank Aaron is the definition of an icon. From April 8th, 1974 until August 7th, […]

Will Andrew Benintendi Actually End Up Being Moved?

Andrew Benintendi was supposed to be out of Boston by the end of this past weekend. Surprisingly, Benintendi is still here. It might even be a blessing in disguise if Benintendi stays in Boston. What is Andrew Benintendi worth? It’s really no secret Andrew Benintendi’s 2020 season was horrendous. In 52 plate appearances, he recorded […]

Will the Red Sox Add Another Pitcher Before the Offseason Ends?

One issue continuing to make it’s way around Red Sox discussions is the addition of pitching. It is unclear what the Sox’s plans are to bolster their bullpen and rotation. It seems inevitable that the Red Sox will add another pitcher, but the question is of what caliber. Unconventionally, the Sox’s last 3 pitching additions […]

Red Sox’s pitcher Tanner Houck has a chance to make the rotation in 2021

Tanner Houck 2020 Campaign: Boston Red Sox’s pitcher Tanner Houck made a strong case late last season to make the rotation in 2021. In his first career start against the Miami Marlins he pitched 5 innings, allowing 2 hits, while walking 3, and striking out 7 batters. Houck picked up his first career victory in […]

“I keep coming up with a question I can’t find an answer to. Why Not Us?”

Boston Massachusetts, October 17th, 2004. The Red Sox were about to take on the New York Yankees in game 4 of the American League Championship Series. To say the Yankees had all the momentum in the world is a gross understatement. The previous night, the New York obliterated and humiliated Boston 19-8. On the Red […]

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 […]