Benny Biceps: Boston’s Golden Boy Could be on the Move

With the Red Sox having a very down year in an abbreviated 60 game season, Jackie Bradley Jr. headed to free agency, and losing Mookie Betts prior to the start of 2020, it looks like the Red Sox are trying to save their team. With younger talent at the big-league level at this time, AlexContinue reading “Benny Biceps: Boston’s Golden Boy Could be on the Move”

It’s Called the Hall of Fame. Baseball Writers Association of America, this is for you.

We have seen the Game’s greats go to Cooperstown, New York time and time again, where they belong. Babe Ruth, Cy Young, Sandy Koufax, Willie Mays, Ted Williams. More recently, Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Pedro Martinez, Chipper Jones and Trevor Hoffman, to name a few. Some of the Game’s best names have had their faceContinue reading “It’s Called the Hall of Fame. Baseball Writers Association of America, this is for you.”

A Drive Down I-65: Why the White Sox Should Add Sonny Gray

Sonny Gray has had his name in trade rumors before, back in 2017 when he was dealt from the A’s to the Yankees, and again in 2019 when he was traded from the Yankees to his current home as a front-line starter for the Cincinnati Reds. Now, as the Reds seem to have missed theirContinue reading “A Drive Down I-65: Why the White Sox Should Add Sonny Gray”

Doomed: Can the Red Sox Develop Jay Groome?

Jay Groome looked like the real deal coming out of the 2016 MLB Draft, as the 12th overall pick by the Red Sox coming out of Barnegat High School in Barnegat Township, New Jersey. A blazing fastball that topped out in the high 90’s with solid control of his off-speed pitches. He fits the buildContinue reading “Doomed: Can the Red Sox Develop Jay Groome?”