Tag Archives: Boston Red Sox

HOF Case – Curt Schilling

Logan Whaley | January 3rd, 2019

As Hall of Fame votes continue to come out, Curt Schilling is next on our list. The former All-Star starting pitcher enjoyed an illustrious 20-year career between five different big league clubs. Looking at his seventh year on the ballot, how does Schilling stack up against the greats and what are his chances?

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HOF Case – Roger Clemens

Logan Whaley | November 24th, 2018

Heading into his sixth year of eligibility, Roger Clemens seems destined to get the call. Sitting at a respectable 57.3% of the vote, Clemens is among a prestigious group of ballplayers who look to cement their legacy on baseball’s grandest stage. The question remains: Is this the year Roger Clemens wears the gold jacket? Continue reading

Stealing Signs and Does it Really Make a Difference?

Bryan Brammer | October 24th, 2018

“Tramposo! Tromposo!”

That’s Spanish for a cheater or “cheat.” There’s no real connection between deception in baseball and my use of the Spanish language. I just wanted to grab your attention.

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ALCS Preview: Red Sox vs Astros

Givanni Damico | October 12th, 2018

The two best teams in baseball go head-to-head in a seven-game series. If the Yankees versus the Red Sox wasn’t the marquee matchup that everyone was hoping for, this is it.

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ALDS Preview: Red Sox vs Yankees

Jamie Gatlin | October 5th, 2018

The Boston Red Sox will host their rivals the New York Yankees at 7:30 PM ET on Friday. This will be another October classic for these division foes. It is one of the most intense rivalries in baseball and they will meet in the postseason for the first time since 2004. Continue reading

What’s Going On With the Yankees?

Givanni Damico | August 18th, 2018

At one point in the 2018 Major League Baseball Season, the New York Yankees were in contention for the division lead in the American League East. Now the Yankees sit ten and a half games back of the Red Sox, which is their biggest deficit of the season. I, being a Yankee fan, have thought extensively about what the problem with the Yankees is lately, as well as why the Red Sox so good.

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