Today, the Boston Red Sox fired (or "mutually parted ways") the player-turned-manager Alex Cora. This comes after more than 24 hours since Major League Baseball's Commissioner of Baseball, Rob Manfred, announced the findings and sanctions of the investigation into the Houston Astros' sign stealing during their 2017 World Championship season. The result being a year-long … Continue reading Alex Cora Should Be Banned For Life
Seven hours later Game 3 of the World Series had a decision. The Los Angeles Dodgers won in walk-off fashion with a home run off of the bat of Max Muncy in the bottom of the 18th. Yes, you read that right, the bottom of the 18th. That's a double-header. A whole other ballgame. The … Continue reading We’re Headed to an 18th…
The Red Sox announced yesterday the re-signing of their former first baseman Mitch Moreland to a two year, $13 million deal. This signing produced major implications in the free agent market, most directly affecting free agent first baseman Eric Hosmer. Many saw the Red Sox as an optimal designation for the former Royal. Hosmer is … Continue reading Sox Sign Moreland, Now What?
An altercation that occurred during a June trip to Toronto between Red Sox pitcher David Price and Hall-of-Fame RHP Dennis Eckersley, which previously went unreported has recently come to light. While many people are criticizing both Price and Red Sox manager John Farrell for not issuing an apology to Eckersley, I believe they are acting … Continue reading Why John Farrell & David Price Shouldn’t Apologize