Red Sox pitching is in shambles

A large portion of baseball writers took the pre-season to declare the Red Sox as having one of the best pitching rotations in the league. Unfortunately predictions mean jack and the team is 26th in ERA, 22nd in walks allowed, and has given up more hits than anyone other than the Pittsburgh Pirates. Last night, […]

How Not to be a Dbag at Fenway

Every year there are a few guys in the stands at Fenway Park that think they are the cleverest fellas to ever pop out of a womb at the South Shore Hospital.. but they aren’t. Here are a few ways to avoid being that guy that in 2010: During an Adrian Beltre at-bat, try your […]

A Rain Delay for the Ages

Very rarely are rain delays any fun. It’s dark and dreary outside. The television is flickering with an episode of ‘Charlie Moore Outdoors’ that Tim Wakefield appeared on, or that movie about Wiffleball leagues in New England. They’ve already shown the obligatory Jonathan Papelbon and Manny Delcarmen music video for ‘Blame It On The Rain’ […]

13 games, 4 wins, 1 “uh oh”

Is it time to get serious about all the pre-season questions we had about the offense? Let’s look at some scary numbers.. Hitting: JD Drew and David Ortiz have combined for 12 hits in 79 at-bats. Fortunately 7 of those were extra-base hits but that doesn’t exactly make up for their sub .260 OBP and […]

Jay-Z is suing David Ortiz

As if Jay-Z’s face popping up on ESPN during every Lebron James free agency rumor wasn’t enough, it’ll now be staring back at me for a different reason. The New York born rapper is suing designated hitter David Ortiz, claiming that Ortiz named his nightclub in the Dominican Republic after Jay-Z’s club. Jay-Z owns a […]

Clay Buchholz singing ‘Sweet Caroline’

I’m a big Red Sox fan. I’m also a big fan of the television show ‘Party Down.’ I don’t watch ESPN very much nowadays so I was pretty psyched when I heard that pitcher Clay Buchholz and actor Adam Scott combined to sing ‘Sweet Caroline’ on a Baseball Tonight commercial. It didn’t disappoint. Nick Swisher […]

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