The date was October 16, 2004. It’s a day that I once hoped I would one day forget. The Red Sox were playing Game 3 of the American League Championship Series again the New York Yankees. Those of you who were following the Red Sox in 2004 will also remember the game and it’s significance, […]
The Most Underrated Player On The Boston Red Sox
Heading into the final game of a three game weekend series against the Detroit Tigers, the Red Sox stand at 34-27 and are three games out of first place in the American League East. It certainly isn’t a bad position to be in, but the expectations were higher heading into the season. With that said, […]
Opening Day: Passing The Torch At Fenway Park
It’s finally here! Opening Day of the Major League Baseball season is today. The Red Sox open their season on Monday at Fenway Park. After another overhyped snowstorm this past weekend, baseball fans along with just about everyone in the Boston area are ready to move to spring. Monday is the day that happens. Opening […]
Wake Up, Red Sox Nation!
We’re two weeks from Opening Day at Fenway Park on Monday, April 3rd. It certainly doesn’t feel like baseball season in Boston. Temperatures are struggling to get into the upper 30’s after there was a blizzard watch earlier last week. Winter is winning out and not just from a weather standpoint. Boston sports fans are […]
Thank You, Papi (For Changing Boston)
Thank you, Big Papi, for changing the city of Boston. That’s right. David Ortiz’ accomplishments go far beyond the numbers and even the rings. He did something for a fan base that needed a change in mindset and culture that goes far beyond the game of baseball. On the eve of Ortiz’ last regular season […]
Red Sox Baseball or Sweet Caroline?
The Red Sox enter today tied with the Blue Jays for first place in the American League East with a 76-59 record. With 27 games to go in the season, every game is a crucial. After the Red Sox play the Padres this week, all of their remaining 23 games will be against AL East […]
All About The Money
Last night, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish played a home game against Boston College showing that sports is all about the money. Boston has one of the closest sports communities in the country. The local teams support each other and they offer their support when it’s needed. Many of the players on the Bruins, Celtics, […]