Forget about the silly World Series. I have Management News!
The Boston Red Sox and John Farrell will be parting ways just a day after the Red Sox got so thoroughly bounced from the playoffs by a far superior team. Farrell, 55, completed his fifth season as Red Sox manager in 2017, leading the team to a 93-69 (.574) record and the club’s ninth American…… Continue reading Red Sox Give John Farrell Walking Papers
Fear and Loathing in Boston
As if it wasn’t enough of a death sentence to be in the AL East, the Red Sox have now acquired Chris Sale from Chicago. Boston will send third-baseman Yoan Moncada, pitcher Michael Kopech, outfielder Luis Alexander Basabe, and pitcher Victor Diaz to Chicago. Word is Chicago made the Nats offer public when Washington started…… Continue reading Red Sox Acquire Chris Sale
A few thoughts about the postseason!
While the rest of the league was enjoying a few days off, the Red Sox got up, came into work, and acquired an additional starting pitcher. Left-Handed Pitcher Drew Pomeranz was acquired from the Padres in exchange for top Right-Handed pitching prospect Anderson Espinoza who is currently ranked among the top 20 prospects in baseball.…… Continue reading Red Sox Trade For Drew Pomeranz
Two minor leaguers will get you a veteran.
All about Papi(s).
So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, adieu…
Fun stories inside…
Mmmm. Funnel cake.
The Red Sox starter will be missing some time after suffering a shoulder injury.
Pablo Sandoval has lost his starting role to Travis Shaw. Pablo will begin the season on the bench. Sandoval who struggled last season, arrived at camp at a less than ideal physical condition and has received a pretty relentless amount of criticism. The debate has been swirling pretty much since Sandoval arrived at camp and…… Continue reading Pablo Sandoval Loses Starting Job