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Valuable Commodities: An Update on the Red Sox Top Prospects

Now that the dust has settled from the trade deadline and we’ve begun to see the early returns on some of the moving players, it seems an appropriate time as ever to evaluate the Red Sox prospects—or what’s left of them, anyway. The farm system took a hit in the offseason, when Anthony Rizzo, Casey […]

Introducing Ryan Kalish

It’s been a brutal, injury riddled season thus far, and the Red Sox have been forced to rely on contributions from unlikely sources all year. We’ve seen walk-off doubles from Darnell McDonald, grand slams from of Daniel Nava and perhaps one too many at-bats from the likes of Jeremy Hermida and Eric Patterson. However, these […]

Explaining the Red Sox Inactivity at the Trade Deadline

Every year, on July 31, the trading deadline rolls around. And every year, Red Sox fans start pushing for a trade. Sometimes the trades they advocate are logical such as trading top prospects for a star pitcher such as Roy Halladay. Other times, the proposed trades are inspired by panic. Sox fans hate looking up […]

Bruins Sign Prospects Jordan Caron, Joe Colborne, Michael Hutchinson, and Steven Kampfer

On Wednesday, the Boston Bruins announced that the organization had signed four of its prospects – Jordan Caron, Joe Colborne, Michael Hutchinson, and Steven Kampfer – to three-year entry-level contracts. Jordan Caron Jordan Caron, a 19-year-old forward, was the Bruins’ first-round pick in last year’s NHL Entry Draft (25th overall). This season, the Sayabec, Québec-native […]

Bruins 2009-10 Season Preview: Prospects

Remember the days of yore where players such as Mark Stuart, Matt Hunwick and Patrice Bergeron were just players doing their best to crack a roster spot? Since then, the team is on the rise, but as is the case with any good NHL franchise (see: Detroit Red Wings), the foundation is laid within the […]