Do The Red Sox Have To Make a Deal to Improve?

Do The Red Sox Have To Make a Deal to Improve?

There’s lots of trade talk out there before the deadline later this month. Most of the talk has been centered around the Oriole shortstop Manny Machado and where he will go. Also what starting pitcher the Yankees will trade for. It looks like all the teams that have a...

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Mid June Red Sox in Good Position

Mid June Red Sox in Good Position

By this time in the season we pretty much have figured out who the teams are that have a chance to make the post-season. Even though we knew in spring training who the better teams were there are a few teams who have exceeded expectations. The Phillies are one as well...

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Cora Sticking With His Plan

Cora Sticking With His Plan

Alex Cora came into spring training with a good idea of how he wanted to manage this Red Sox ball club. After all, he was the bench coach for the World Champion Houston Astros and witnessed a style of play that was successful.

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Can David Price Come Back After Worst Outing in Years?

Can David Price Come Back After Worst Outing in Years?

I turned on the TV to watch the Red Sox open a four game series against the Texas Rangers. I wanted to see how David Price would do against a lousy Texas team. I figured he’d make quick work out of their lineup for at least seven innings. The Rangers had their...

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MLB’s Young Players Making Big Impact

MLB’s Young Players Making Big Impact

Make no mistake, the development years for an athlete are from the ages of eight through seventeen. There are late bloomers but not many. Their high school junior and senior years are when scouts and college coaches are looking to sign players for their teams or organizations.

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1967: Keeping The Memories Alive!

1967: Keeping The Memories Alive!

1967 was a magical season… the year Red Sox Nation was born. I want to make available products you can use or keep as a momento of that great season for years to come.

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No Shame to Be a Victim of a No-Hitter

No Shame to Be a Victim of a No-Hitter

I’m sure this year’s Red Sox team felt a little embarrassed about not getting a hit in their game against Oakland but they’ll brush it off and continue to play good baseball. It’s a lesson you don’t forget. Baseball, as in other sports, is a humbling game.

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Early On the Red Sox Make It Look Easy

Early On the Red Sox Make It Look Easy

There’s a long way to go but I don’t expect the Red Sox to have long losing streaks. Time will tell but right now it’s fun to watch this team. They’re showing the desire to win every game no matter who it’s against.

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Red Sox Riding High Out Of The Gate

Red Sox Riding High Out Of The Gate

It will be tough going but right now, even though it’s early, it’s nice to be on top of the mountain. We can’t say who will end up on top come October but one thing is clear. The Red Sox have a chance to be that team.

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Tampa Bay: Tough On The Red Sox

Tampa Bay: Tough On The Red Sox

The Tampa Bay Rays celebrated their twenty year celebration and reunion this past weekend while the Red Sox were in town for the first series of the year. It was a nice celebration as they brought in many of the players who donned the uniforms of that first team. They...

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