Welcoming Jerry Remy Back into My Living Room

(Photo Credit:  Boston Magazine) By Ted Gay – @TedG63 It is time to invite Jerry Remy back into my living room. When the Sox are playing NESN is usually playing somewhere in our house, even if no one is watching.  It is in the background during supper, continues while we clean up, is on while we are on our computers or reading, and if it … Continue reading Welcoming Jerry Remy Back into My Living Room

When Baseball Discusses Time, It’s About Money

By Ted Gay – @TedG63 There is nothing that instantly creates unbearable tension like baseball.  It is the moments between the pitches, when the batter is waiting at the plate, the runners slowly leadoff base, and the pitcher is holding the ball.  The next delivery could lead to a game-changing hit, a rally-killing out, or a foul ball resetting the scene. A fan watches, praying, … Continue reading When Baseball Discusses Time, It’s About Money

Boston’s Window To Win Is Here

By Gerard Lombardo – @redsoxfidelis Over the last decade, America’s Pastime has been accompanied by the NHL, NBA and NFL in an effort to create more parodical leagues; and for the most part, it’s been effective in the Majors. The NBA has been dominated by the Spurs, Warriors, and Cavs, and of course New England has owned the National Football League for nearly two decades. … Continue reading Boston’s Window To Win Is Here

Boston’s Window To Win Is Here

Over the last decade, America’s Pastime has been accompanied by the NHL, NBA and NFL in an effort to create more parodical leagues; and for the most part, it’s been effective in the Majors. The NBA has been dominated by the Spurs, Warriors, and Cavs, and of course New England has owned the National Football League for nearly two decades. But baseball has largely benefited … Continue reading Boston’s Window To Win Is Here

Did Juiced Baseballs Doom The Red Sox Against The Astros In the 2017 ALDS?

(Photo Credit: MLB.com) By Terry Cushman – @cushmanMLB It’s impossible to truly say if the Boston Red Sox would have beaten the Houston Astros in last October’s ALDS.  Houston had a bonafide power house of an offense with the likes of George Springer, Carlos Correa, and Jose Altuve, who was about to be named the 2017 AL MVP.   Boston entered the series having won the … Continue reading Did Juiced Baseballs Doom The Red Sox Against The Astros In the 2017 ALDS?

Tom Yawkey, Will McDonough, and the Media Conspiracy to White Wash Red Sox Racism

(Photo Credit: PSA) By Ted Gay – @TedG63 It was the summer of 1975.  The Red Sox, led by the gold dust twins, Freddy Lynn and Jim Rice, were propelling the hometown team to the World Series.  And their owner was dying. Tom Yawkey had been diagnosed with leukemia.  The owner who loved working out with the players on the field was regulated to his … Continue reading Tom Yawkey, Will McDonough, and the Media Conspiracy to White Wash Red Sox Racism