Red Sox May Be Poised to Repeat History in the Worst Possible Way

Last week, I finished reading Alex Speier’s book Homegrown: How the Red Sox Built a Champion from the Ground Up, … More

Not New England’s Year

The New England Patriots lost at home to the Tennessee Titans on the Saturday of Wild Card Weekend, a disappointing … More

Not A Great Week for Player Safety, Not a Great Era for Human Safety

The University of Maryland fired head coach D. J. Durkin yesterday, as a result of allegations of a toxic culture … More

Red Sox Close out Historic Season in Style

They did it. Win after win, after win, the Boston Red Sox were the best team in Major League Baseball … More

Steve Pearce Stole Rich Hill’s Thunder

There is an enormous difference between a 3-1 lead and a 2-2 tie, even though the journey to get there … More

Terry Francona’s Managerial Tree Is on Full Display, and Still Growing

Alex Cora’s Boston Red Sox and Dave Roberts’s Los Angeles Dodgers are currently playing each other in the World Series. … More

Red Sox vs. Dodgers Is a World Series 102 Years in the Making

After a shaky start in Game 1, the Boston Red Sox took care of business against the Houston Astros in … More

Red Sox Take Care of Business in the Bronx

After a season of anticipation, and fourteen years of hard and bitter peace in baseball’s most storied rivalry, the Boston … More

The Marathon Is Over, and So Begins the Sprint

After 162 games (or 163 games for the Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers, Colorado Rockies, and Los Angeles Dodgers), the 2018 … More