I couldn’t resist. It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The July 31st trade deadline is better than Christmas for me. Sitting at my desk with my laptop open so I can watch twitter, while refreshing Ken Rosenthal’s twitter feed is where you will find me all day on Wednesday. Heck, maybe even… Continue reading 2019 State of the Sox at the Trade Deadline
Hello, my name is Kara and I am a Jackie Bradley Jr. apologist. I’ve been a fan since 2013. I thought he was the next coming of Christ that year as he had his way at Spring Training, the minors, and then the Red Sox. His defensive ability is unparalleled, at times he is a… Continue reading Should the Red Sox Keep Bradley Jr.?
A major factor in the success of the 2013 #RedSox team was Farrell’s use of the AAA Pawtucket team, which that year was stocked. Farrell had his faults, but he did do that well in 2013. There was a consistent ebb and flow of guys going up to the bigs and down to the AAA… Continue reading Red Sox, Their Farm System, and Their Fate in 2018
“Second star to the right and straight on ’til morning. ” — J.M. Barrie Peter Pan I borrowed someone’s camera lens while at the game on Saturday where the Red Sox faced the Chicago White Sox at Fenway Park. This is one of the great shots I was able to get with the lens. I… Continue reading Citgo Sign 8-31-2013
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Photos from Spring Training
Today is Opening Day for Major League Baseball action for the Boston Red Sox. Today they are in New York playing the Yankees. Please check out everything Red Sox at the other site I write for http://yawkeywayreport.com/ On opening day in Boston, MA grab a copy of the scorecard booklet, a monthly publication also called… Continue reading Yawkey Way Report – Online and at the Park
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I went to the Fenway Park open house today. It was great fun. You could just walk right in, as if you were a ticket holder on a game day. I had such a fun experience today. I felt like a child again, headed in there ready to root for my favorite players like Wade… Continue reading Happy Birthday Fenway Park!