// Miguel Cabrera

Red Sox Spring Training (3/14-3/20): Rotation Set Thursday, Roster Trimmed Twice

Sports of Boston’s coverage of Red Sox Spring Training rolls on! April 1 fast approaches, and the Red Sox Opening Day roster is definitely taking shape. Terry Francona announced Wednesday that Jon Lester would open the regular season against the Texas Rangers in Arlington. On Thursday, Francona set the rest of the starting rotation. John […]

Victor Martinez Spurns Sox, Signs With Tigers

It appears Victor Martinez is headed out of town, as he has reportedly signed a $50 million, 4-year deal. The report came early Tuesday according to Venezuelan reporter Ignacio Serrano. He also said the Tigers outbid the Red Sox, Orioles, and White Sox to enlist Martinez’ services. According to reports, Baltimore offered four years and $48 […]

Miller Time for the Red Sox? Former Top Prospect Andrew Miller Acquired for Dustin Richardson

On Friday, the Red Sox acquired former top prospect Andrew Miller, in exchange for reliever Dustin Richardson. Miller was selected by the Tigers with the 6th pick of the first round in the 2006 draft, but he’s never come close to fulfilling his potential.  The 6’7″ lefthander was a college teammate of Red Sox reliever […]

Here’s Johnny: Our First Glimpse of Damon in a Tigers Uniform

This weekend, Red Sox Nation will get their first look at Johnny Damon in a Tigers uniform. Do we still hold a grudge? Should the Yankees have let him go? Should we have picked him up?

Red Sox Winter Meetings Update: Day 1

It has been a wild day of rumors at Day 1 of the Winter Meetings, and the Sox are involved in a bunch of them. They signed one player already: 34-year-old relief pitcher Scott Atchison, who spent the last two years pitching in Japan. ESPN.com’s Gordon Edes reported that Atchison will be paid $420K in […]

Red Sox Need Big Bat this Offseason

After such a difficult elimination in the first round of the 2009 American League Division Series against the Los Angeles Angels, many people are looking for a reason as to why the Red Sox lost, and what they can do to fix the problem. Analysts have come out and said that Jonathan Papelbon has to […]

TGIF: Fantasy Baseball Draft, 2010

With the end of the 2009 season, it is never too early to look ahead to 2010. To me, baseball season never ends and I am already thinking about my strategy for next season (most notably because I finished 9th in one league). Believe it or not, before the year is out, some fantasy guru’s […]

Handicapping the AL MVP Race

Seeing as there’s less than a month left to the season, we can begin to predict what the award winners are going to look like. The one I’d like to take a look at is the AL MVP race, and this is because it will divide old school baseball fans and more sabermetrically-inclined fans for […]

TGIF: 2009 3B Rankings

I guess one good thing about doing these rankings so close to the start of the season is that I can see what develops so close to the deadline. I was contemplating who I should rank at #1 for the 3B position between A-Rod and David Wright. Even if A-Rod did not need surgery for his […]

TGIF: 2009 1B Rankings

First base has the honor of being one of the deeper positions in the game. With such a rich amount of great talent, it can be easy to wait on a 1B in your draft. Why not? There were 16 players who qualify at 1B who hit 25+ HR in 2008 so clearly power is not […]

TGIF: Fantasy Baseball Draft, 2009

OK, OK, I know what you’re thinking. Why the hell am I doing a draft preview for baseball now? Well frankly, I can do what I want but, that’s not the point. Let’s not lie to ourselves. As soon as the regular season ended, you were already planning your first round draft pick for next […]

Hot Stove: GM Mettings

Curt Schilling’s deal was good all around writes Dan Shaunessy. And I’ve said it before it was a great deal for both sides. The Red Sox keep one of the best post-season pitchers ever to play the game (11-2, 2.23 ERA). And Schilling gets to keep his family and himself home. And with the Red […]

Red Sox Potential Aquisitions and Signings

This is a list of Boston needs. What they are looking at. Who may join the team this off-season. And the dream trades and signings Sox fans would die for. Johan Santana He is available and it would take a big offer of young talent to get him from the Minnesota Twins. I don’t see […]

Cabrera trade is a possibility reports Peter Gammons

Basically with the state of the Florida Marlins they are willing to hear offers for Miguel Cabrera. Last year there was clamoring over the hot stove above Cabrera being available. Although most reports from Florida denied they had any interest to move him. With two years left until free agency, the Marlins have put the […]