The Red Sox have had a rich history at the shortstop position. On this list are five Red Sox Hall of Famers and some worthy candidates in the honorable mention category. Placement of the players after the top couple was difficult, but one thing is for sure; I had no trouble finding five qualified candidates […]
Xander Bogaerts took a pitch to the hand in the last game in July before the All-Star break. That was when things changed him. He was hitting .308 at the time. He hasn’t had an at-bat since then and he took a 0-for-4 the last time the Red Sox threw him into the starting lineup. […]
Boston Red Sox fans are gaining an excitement that comes in several forms and shapes this new season. The excitement comes with optimistic and hopeful anticipation for the unknown the real picture, the Red Sox team is in solid shape and Andrew Benintendi is scratching the surface, as other team members such as Hanley Ramirez […]
Entering the final month of the season the Red Sox are poised to end their modest two-season playoff drought. Their odds of making the playoffs are looking pretty good at many online sportsbooks. The Sox find themselves in a nip-and-tuck race for the AL Eastern Division crown–which they won in 2013–and they are currently atop the […]
The Boston Red Sox have enjoyed a very successful July this far and have won six of their nine games this month, including three straight wins over the Tampa Bay Rays. What makes this even more impressive is when you consider the mixed to disappointing June for the Olde Towne team in which they suffered […]
Any writer worth their [insert metaphor here: salt, poop, ascot, whatever] writes their introduction after they’re finished with the body of their piece. This column ended up being long. The topic is whether we should hate the Devil Rays more than the Yankees, and that’s enough of a description to let you feel the tenor […]
After a rough 2014 season, the Boston Red Sox look to rebound as they open up the 2015 season against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. First pitch is scheduled for 3:05 p.m. The game will be broadcast on NESN in the Red Sox television market. If you live in the Cardinals […]
UConn women’s basketball player Morgan Tuck certainly played like an All-American this season after sitting out last year with a knee injury. But when the All-American teams came out over this past week, Tuck’s name was no where to be found except as an honorable mention All-America from the AP.
While it is hard to be recognized when you play with the likes of Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Breanna Stewart and Moriah Jefferson, Tuck deserves the same attention they receive. For those who watched her play this season, they know how good Tuck really is.
And now that’s she has been snubbed by the writers and the coaches, the world is finding out just how good Morgan Tuck really is.
Watch and/or listen below as the UConn women’s basketball team as well as head coach Geno Auriemma talk about whether or not Morgan Tuck had a chip on her shoulder against Maryland in the Final Four.
The Boston Red Sox return to NESN as their lone local television outlet for the tenth consecutive season and as a broadcaster of televised Red Sox baseball in New England for the 31st year in a row in 2015. […]