Offseason Trade Preview : Enter Your Betts

Mookie Betts has been a phenomenal player in the MLB for parts of 6 seasons now and is finally entering his final year of team control.  Unfortunately, he is on a team with severe payroll issues that needs a quick "reset" to get back into contention. Projected to make roughly

Ranking the Red Sox by All-Star Worthiness

Featured image courtesy of (July 15, 2018 - Source: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images North America) The Midsummer Classic is around the corner which means Fan Voting for the 2019 MLB All-Star Game has officially begun. If you’re reading this, then you probably have an interest in which Boston Red Sox will

Marco Hernandez Returns to Majors

Marco Hernandez

After two long injury-plagued seasons, Marco Hernandez is finally back in the majors. According to the team, the Red Sox promoted the second baseman prior to Saturday's doubleheader against the Tampa Bay Rays. In a corresponding move, first baseman Mitch Moreland has been placed on the 10-day injured list with a quad

Mitch Moreland Leaves Game With Right Quad Tightness

Mitch Moreland Angels

Mitch Moreland's return from the disabled list didn't last long. The first baseman made his long-awaited return to the lineup on Friday but couldn't make it through his first game back. According to MassLive's Christopher Smith, the lefty suffered left quad tightness and had to be removed from the contest. As

Solving the Boston Red Sox Third Base Logjam

The Boston Red Sox currently have a good problem on their hands. Michael Chavis is a godsend and Rafael Devers is developing into a fantastic all-around player. Additionally, Bobby Dalbec is tearing up AA Portland and could be in the majors sooner rather than later. Having too much young talent

Steve Pearce: Boston Red Sox 2019 Preview

Steve Pearce 2019

Boston Red Sox President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski made several great moves in 2018, but none better than his trade for first baseman Steve Pearce. Pearce was initially acquired back on June 29th in exchange for minor leaguer Santiago Espinal. That trade clearly worked out, as the first baseman

Nathan Eovaldi inks four-year deal with Red Sox

Red Sox' Nathan Eovaldi

Featured image courtesy of (Oct. 22, 2018 - Source: Elsa/Getty Images North America) Sox fans can rejoice because right-hander Nathan Eovaldi is staying in Boston. The veteran pitcher has agreed to terms that will keep him at Fenway for the next four years with a price tag of roughly $17-million

Colten Brewer: Red Sox Prospects

Colten Brewer

The Boston Red Sox have been quiet on the trade front thus far in the offseason, with one lone exception. Back on November 20th, the Red Sox sent infielder Esteban Quiroz to the San Diego Padres in exchange for right-handed relief pitcher Colten Brewer. Brewer spent the majority of his

JD Martinez: 2018 Red Sox Recap

JD Martinez

Mookie Betts won the league-wide MVP award, but the team MVP award could very well belong to superstar slugger JD Martinez. Martinez put together a remarkable season and provided a big bat in the middle of the lineup that this team desperately needed. The Sox slugger is under contract for

ALCS Game Two Preview: Boston Red Sox vs Houston Astros

ALCS Game Two

Featured image courtesy of (Oct. 5, 2018 - Source: Tim Bradbury/Getty Images North America) After one game, the Boston Red Sox find themselves trailing 1-0 in the 2018 ALCS. Despite it being Sale Day, the Red Sox played one of the sloppiest games of the season last night. Now, in order