// Pablo Sandoval

Is Pablo Sandoval’s Contract the Worst Deal in Red Sox History?

When the Red Sox signed Pablo Sandoval to a 5 year, $95 million contract a year and a half ago Sox nation was felt pretty good about the deal.  Sandoval lacked power, but he was a clutch player who already won 3 world series rings.  Now, a year and a half later, Sandoval’s contract might […]

Edwin Encarnacion, Next Red Sox DH? David Ortiz Endorses

The rest of the country may be focused on the Republican and Democratic primaries for the 2016 presidential election, but Red Sox Nation is worried about filling another prominent position that will decide the future of our country: designated hitter. With the face of the franchise, David Ortiz, set to retire at the end of this […]

Offseason Script Finally Goes as Planned in Opening Day Win for Price, Red Sox

So far, so good. For once, or for one day, the Boston Red Sox saw the offseason script  carried out to perfection as they opened the 2016 season with a 6-2 win over the Cleveland Indians. Making their Red Sox debuts, David Price struck out 10 over six innings and newly acquired closer Craig Kimbrel […]

David Murphy Opts Out; Should the Red Sox Opt In?

With Opening Day a week away, the Boston Red Sox are having an organizational meeting on Monday to start setting the 25-man roster. In addition to determining the fifth starter to replace the injured Eduardo Rodriguez and filling out the bullpen, Dave Dombrowski and John Farrell have an interesting decision to make regarding the fate of […]

Pablo Sandoval, More than A Weighty Issue

Pablo Sandoval is the talk of Red Sox Spring Training for arriving to camp overweight. The media that follow the Boston team is abuzz with the news. They are most focused on Sandoval’s inability to control himself after San Francisco Giants color analyst, Mike Krukow, reported to local, California sports talk station KNBR that the […]

Three Red Sox Strengths

Now that the offseason is officially upon us a month sooner than most fans would like, the time has come to take stock of the Red Sox organization, see just where they stand, and try to figure out how they will proceed going into and through the offseason. Since there is always a give/take, ying/yang, […]

Could the Red Sox Use Some Defense?

There is no denying that the Red Sox have been generally awful in 2015 and have fallen well short of expectations. The lackluster pitching staff has taken most of the blame, most of which it deserves. However, there is an interesting chicken-or-the-egg scenario that the Red Sox should ask themselves: is the pitching bad because […]

Red Sox Should Target Sonny Gray

That might be a slightly vague title; the Red Sox should do a lot of things, including win many more ballgames. The main point of this article is that the Red Sox can trade for Sonny Gray. The Red Sox have had the ability to trade for the ace that they so desperately need for […]

Nelson Cruz Wanted to be a Red Sox

Imagine what could have been. According to a report from WEEI, Seattle Mariners’ right fielder Nelson Cruz tried not once, but twice, to come to the Boston Red Sox in the past two offseasons.  Cruz is good friends with Red Sox slugger David Ortiz. Ortiz tried convincing the Sox brass to sign Cruz. Cruz is […]

Should Brock Holt Start for Red Sox?

How about a more specific question: Should Brock Holt have an everyday spot in the lineup somewhere? That is much tougher to answer, since the Red Sox’ master plan likely did not include having their super-utility role player move to an everyday role. Ultimately, super-utility probably is the best way to use Holt; he can […]

Red Sox Need the Real Pablo Sandoval

Pablo Sandoval has so far been a disappointment on a Red Sox team that has been full of them so far in 2015. While it can definitely be agreed that the expensive third baseman has not lived up to the hype or contract that he received in the offseason, he has not been a complete […]

Pablo Sandoval ‘Likes’ Instagram, Benched Thursday

Third baseman Pablo Sandoval was benched for Thursday night’s game versus the Atlanta Braves after Red Sox management discovered he was liking images on Instagram during Wednesday’s game. Travis Shaw started at third base.

Dropkick Murphys Law: How Many Ways Can the Red Sox Find to Lose?

It’s so ridiculous, so unbelievable, that it’s almost laughable how many ways the Red Sox are finding to lose. Almost. After Eduardo Rodriguez gave the team a lift with a dazzling performance and desperately needed win, it was easy to envision that as a turning point that energized and rallied the team to a string […]

Red Sox Weekly Round Up: Starting Pitching Continues to be Woeful

I’ve done my absolute best to be optimistic about this pitching staff. Of course we all know how unproven the entire rotation was coming into this season, but it seemed like the five of them would be able to put it together. Each pitcher has had success in the past and the thought was they […]

Early Season Injuries Plague Bogaerts, Sandoval, Workman and Castillo

While the Red Sox are off to a solid start (6-3) to the 2015 season, some of big-money players are already injured. Xander Bogaerts sought out an MRI after reporting to Fenway Park on Tuesday with an injured knee suffered during the Red Sox home opener against the Washington Nationals. Bogaerts did not play in […]