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Red Sox Attempt To Repeat Will Be A Challenge

After winning the 2018 World Series, the Boston Red Sox will be tasked with defending their title in 2019. But going from hunter to hunted in sports is always difficult, and even more so in Major League Baseball. Boston will have some serious challenges to overcome if they want to get themselves back on top of the heap in baseball again in the upcoming season, with these three issues, in particular, poised to make their lives difficult. read more

Red Sox Knock Out Yankees To Advance in Playoffs

The last time the Red Sox and Yankees met in the AL playoffs the year was 2004 and the Red Sox had not won a World Series in 86 years. Of course they came back to win 4 straight after being down 3-0 and losing game 3 by more than 10 runs! The rest was history as they would go on to reverse the curse and win the 2004 Championship! read more

Red Sox Break 100 Wins and Secure Playoff Berth

The Sox are headed to the playoffs and broke the 100 Win mark- needless to say, these are awesome times for sox fans.

Red Sox Nation has every reason to be super excited as the team surpassed the 100 win level on Wednesday September 12th and this after David Price pitched a gem of a 1-0 victory/ read more

Red Sox Having A Season to Remember

This Red Sox is season is not only super it is nothing short of Spectacular! The Red Sox just crossed over the 90 Win level; a  plateau that usually assures a playoff appearance with only 30+ games remaining.

Can you remember when a team pulled of this feat? Of course you can’t because it hasn’t happened before! read more

Sox Reach 80-Win Plateau and it’s Only Early August

Considering that baseball teams play a 162 game season (the longest schedule in sports), when a team crosses the 80 win plateau they essentially assure themselves of a successful season.

At the very least they have won half of their games and are guaranteed of finishing with a .500 winning percentage or better. read more

Red Sox Start Second Half in Driver’s Seat of AL East

The Red Sox are playing through this second half of the 2018 season while definitely in the Driver’s seat of the AL East Division!

104 games have been played and the Boston Red Sox are off to their best record at this point of the season ever! They are an amazing 40 games above .500 as they maintain a steady lead over the Yankees.  A 100 win season seems easily within reach as they look to top the Yankees in the race for the AL East Pennant! read more

Sox Are Red Hot and Sporting The Best Record In Baseball

The Boston Red Sox are currently 66-29 and in first place of the always tough AL East by three and a half games. The Sox are riding an amazing ten game winning streak and looking to continue to be the team with the best record in baseball!

The Midsummer Classic takes place next Tuesday and matches the American League vs. the National League in this Nation’s Capital of Washington D.C. read more

Betts is the Bet for MVP in 2018

We all knew Mookie Betts was good.  But did we know he was this good?

Through 48 games (not quite a third of the season), Betts is batting .359, with 17 HR, 37 RBI, and an earth shattering OPS of 1.187.

Extrapolate those numbers over a full season, and Mookie is on pace to put up a tremendous season–if he continues even close to this pace, he could be looking at a 50 HR, 120 RBI type season.  Oh, and we don’t even care if he participates in the home run derby. read more

Losing Ohtani To Tommy John Is A Bummer for Baseball

With news today that Shohei Ohtani would be opting for Tommy John surgery, we’re feeling just a bit of sadness for the poor guy, who has brought some added excitement to Major League Baseball this year.  Here he is throwing absolute gas (101mph reached) against the Astros. read more

Sox Rolling Through The Competition

The amazing 2018 Boston Red Sox now find themselves atop the rest of the league in baseball’s power rankings.  After an historic start in April and a stellar May, the team has an overall record of 44-21, for a winning percentage of .677.

Manager Alex Cora has gained a lot of respect throughout the Major League Baseball world as the team has strung together victory after victory for their rookie manager. read more

Dusty’s Coming Back!

Good news folks, Dustin Pedroia is on his way back and we are more than excited!

Alex Cora noted that Pedroia would be back this Friday.  Pedroia has been shelved for the first 50 games of this season after recovering from knee surgery in the off-season. read more

Mookie says “NO” to the Home Run Derby

Bummer.  Mookie Betts won’t participate in the Home Run Derby.  It would have been fun to see him out there but it sounds like he doesn’t want any part of it.

Plus, word now that JD Martinez has also said he doesn’t want in on the derby. read more

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