Xander Bogaerts - Photo Credit - Dennis Heller

Offensive youngsters have ignited the Sox offense

Lately, the Boston Red Sox have had this whole “every other year” thing working out for them. They went from 90 wins in 2011 to a down year in 12′ … Continue Reading →

Edwin Encarnacion - Photo Credit - Keith Allison

Five hitters that are currently slumping

Similar to a hot streak, being on a cold streak is also pretty normal. There is no in between. You’re either on fire or you are ice cold. Okay, that … Continue Reading →

Former Giants Prospect Boof Bonser Retires

First rumored by Boston Sports Life in January, Boof Bonser told Twinkie Town that he has retired from baseball, the 33-year-old last played professionally in 2013, when he pitched for … Continue Reading →

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$100 Million Panda Reports to Spring Training

As you can see from this photo tweeted out by Steve Silva, Pablo Sandoval, doesn’t seem to be taking things seriously with his weight anymore. The Red Sox may be … Continue Reading →

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Boston Red Sox Outlook Entering 2015

2014 record: 71-91, 5th Place AL East Manager: John Farrell, 3rd season Estimated 2015 payroll: $181 million Key additions: C Ryan Hanigan, 3B Pablo Sandoval, OF Hanley Ramirez, RHP Rick Porcello, … Continue Reading →

David Ortiz - Photo Credit: Keith Allison

Worst to First to Worst to… First?

2013 seems like such a distant memory to the fans in Boston now as we approach Spring Training 2015, just less than 2 months away from now. The taste of … Continue Reading →

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Johnson Headlines 2015 HOF Ballots

The ballots are in and the results are official: Craig Biggio, Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and John Smoltz are the latest entries into Cooperstown. This was Biggio’s third year on … Continue Reading →

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Red Sox Tickets For Series Vs O’s The Least Expensive Series Of Season At Fenway

The Boston Red Sox welcome the AL East leading Baltimore Orioles Monday night to begin a three game series at Fenway Park.  Baltimore is in complete command in the AL … Continue Reading →


Yankees Tickets Down 53% For Series Vs Red Sox

The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox have one of the most storied rivalries in sports. But this season the two teams are likely to miss the postseason. That … Continue Reading →

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Weekend preview : Looking at some key games

  Wow, what a difference a week makes. Last week, we were talking about the red hot Kansas City Royals,  the scuffling Detroit Tigers,  the suddenly rejuvenated Philadelphia Phillies — … Continue Reading →