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Boston the City of Champions
March 31, 2017
Can Red Sox fans learn to love Panda?

Pablo Sandoval needs to have a good year; no a great year, if the Fenway faithful are to ever love him. He has spent two years in Boston and has posted a slash line of .242/.290/.361. This compares to his record of .294/.346/.465 while with the Giants. Underwhelming is the best word here to describe…

Boston the City of Champions
February 28, 2017
Red Sox Fall To Cardinals In Grapefruit League Showdow

After a 7-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays, the Sox were back on the diamond on Monday to take on the St. Louis Cardinals. The Red Sox began the game with Brian Johnson on the hill. Johnson was not at his best in his 2.2 innings of work, allowing a two run home run…

Boston the City of Champions
January 26, 2017
Red Sox Claim Steve Selsky

On a day when the Colorado Rockies sign Greg Holland, someone on the radar for Sox fans, it is nice to see the team make a move. It was a good move at that too, as Selsky has put together some nice seasons at the minor league level, and had a pretty nice go in…

Boston the City of Champions
October 22, 2016
Lester is gone, we have to move on

2014 might have been the worst year for Red Sox fans in recent history. For starters, the team came out after the world series and was disappointing to say the least. To make it even worse the Red Sox traded away a fan favorite in Jon Lester, and later would lose to the Cubs in…

Boston the City of Champions
September 29, 2016
David Ortiz Hasn’t Let Retirement Affect Him

Despite all the celebrations and ceremonies, the pomp and circumstance, if you will, David “Big Papi” Ortiz is making sure this year isn’t a distraction for him. If that wasn’t already incredibly obvious by the way he’s playing this year, given that he has great numbers for any player, and record-setting numbers for a retiring…

Boston the City of Champions
September 16, 2016
Benintendi is Back by @junglefatty

Lost in the hoopla of the best win of the year was the return of Andrew Benintendi. After being reinstated from the disabled list on Tuesday, Benintendi finally got in to a game. He started and batted 9th. The current #2 prospect in the Sox organization has been out since August 25th with a knee…

Boston the City of Champions
September 1, 2016
Bullpen Disaster

Right now the scariest words a Red Sox fan can hear is now warming in the bullpen. The heart rate jumps even higher if it’s in the eighth and the Sox are leading. Many fans including myself have been known to stop watching or look away in the eighth because we like living. If the…

Boston the City of Champions
August 18, 2016
Rained Out Game Was One of Sox Most Impressive

Despite only playing six innings of baseball, the Red Sox put another one in the win column. They have now won six straight, sweeping the Diamondbacks, winning a close game in Cleveland, and now sweeping the two-game series with Baltimore. As of today, they are in sole possession of second place in the AL East,…

Boston the City of Champions
August 10, 2016
Is Hanley Ramirez a good DH option for 2017?

It’s no secret that Hanley Ramirez has been much better this year. The transition from LF to 1B has suited him quite nicely! The former SS seems much more comfortable on the infield than he ever was in the outfield. He plays like he was born and made to stay on the infield, as his…