By Dave Little @DLittleMLB With the flurry of trades that have happened recently, several teams that pose a risk to us winning it all have grown stronger. The Indians, a very likely playoff opponent, have solidified an already stellar bullpen with one of the best relief pitchers in the game. The Dodgers, someone who we could face in the World Series, added (a player who … Continue reading ARE THE RED SOX DOING ENOUGH TO WIN IT ALL?
By Ted Gay – @TedG63 There are 21,133 people living in Millersville Maryland 72% of whom are white. The per capita household income is nearly twice, and home prices more than double, the national average. The poverty rate in our country is 12 percent. In Millersville, it is 3.6%. Millersville Maryland, located in Annapolis County, is an upper middle class, mostly white community coming from German, … Continue reading THE JOSH HADER CONTROVERSY BEGINS AT HOME
By Terry Cushman – @cushmanMLB The Indians just reached a whole new level of scary with Brad Hand now in their bullpen, and Adam Cimber. Their rotation is phenomenal and they have a lineup who can mash. Yankees have a great offense similar to Boston, and probably the best bullpen in the A.L. now that Betances has returned to dominance. If they can land a … Continue reading EVERY POSSIBLE BOSTON RED SOX PLAYOFF MATCHUP IS SCARY
By Terry Cushman – @cushmanMLB Many Red Sox fans currently view their team as a sure fire division winner, or easy wild card team at the very least. While the latter is probably true, prospects of winning the division might have taken a serious blow this week with the injury to Eduardo Rodriguez. Drew Pomeranz has all been forgotten about as he currently recovers from … Continue reading WAKE UP CALL: STATE OF RED SOX ROTATION IS PERILOUS
By Joshua Nord-@NordJoshua The All Star game has had its place in baseball for longer than nearly all our lifetimes. Getting its start in 1933 and for many it’s marked the end of the first half to the season, providing a break for players and a rare enjoyment for fans to see all stars of the game on the field at the same time and … Continue reading Why The All Star Game Sucks
By Ted Gay – @TedG63 We have arrived at the All-Star break when players go home to relax, and fans experience the nightly withdrawals from baseball without even a World Team Tennis match to salve our lust for the day to day drama baseball brings. Worse, on Monday and Tuesday, baseball grandly celebrates itself via the All-Star Game, an exhibition which increasingly shines a light … Continue reading The All-Star Game is Everything Wrong with Baseball in One Convenient Package
By David Little – @DLittleMLB With Pedroia alluding to the fact that he will not play this season, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that second base needs an upgrade. The obvious caveat to this being salary, the Red Sox can still make upgrades. Although the bullpen is also a major “need” area, I would like to look at potential second base options. Brian … Continue reading How to Improve the Hottest team in Baseball: Pedroia out for Season