Eduardo Nunez certainly knows how to make a splash. Over the past two weeks, Nunez has batted .404 with 14 RBIs, four home runs, four stolen bases and eight runs scored. Yahoo Fantasy Baseball is by no means the be-all … Continue reading The Week In Sox: For Now, Eduardo Nunez Is The Best Player In Baseball … And That Might Be All That Matters
It’s safe to say Red Sox Nation will be glad to bid farewell to July. The club entered the month having won four of its previous five in June, then turned around and won the first four games of July. … Continue reading The Week In Sox: Summer Doldrums
I get it. You can’t look at the 2017 Boston Red Sox and see many, if any comparisons to the 2013 World Championship Club on the surface. The chemistry just isn’t the same. The leadership isn’t the same. The veteran … Continue reading The Week In Sox: Apologetics For The 2017 Red Sox
The return to baseball following the All-Star break brought us a heaping dose of middling. Boston won a game it shouldn’t have, and then lost a game it shouldn’t have, then split a doubleheader in games which effectively ended just … Continue reading The Week In Sox: What Really Is The Answer For Boston’s Lineup?
My wife and I made somewhat of a monumental move over the weekend. Actually, it was more my wife’s doing, but I was a willing and eager participant. For the first time in 10 years, we’ll be going to see … Continue reading The Week In Sox: March 7
Fair warning: I’m about to drop some Ben Folds Five into the discussion. Listening to Steven Wright‘s sixth start of the season, I couldn’t get the BFF song “Selfless, Cold & Composed” out of my head. Maybe you’ve heard it. … Continue reading The Week In Sox: May 8
I was all prepared for the biggest possible letdown today to be David Price‘s arm falling off on the fifth pitch of his Red Sox career. I wasn’t prepared for the letdown to be that there simply wouldn’t be a … Continue reading The Week In Sox: Opening Day Edition