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  • Archive for October, 2009

    BBA Ballot:
    Rookie of the Year

    Part of Boston Red Thoughts membership in the Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA) is voting on the postseason hardware, such as Manager of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Cy Young and MVP. 4 Sox blogs make up the “Red Sox Chapter” of the BBA: Boston Red Thoughts, Derek over at Inside The Monster, Allan over […]

    October 14, 2009:
    Tick Tock Tick Tock

    Holy…Buckets…. 24 (yeah, I said TWENTY FOUR) weeks until meaningful Red Sox Baseball. Now, of course, there will be some hot stove (Jason Bay, Alex Gonzales, Jason Varitek, et al) and Spring Training will begin in February….but otherwise One…freaking…long…winter… Some random thoughts with regard to the upcoming Red Sox-less postseason:

    BBA Ballot Results:
    Manager of the Year

    The Baseball Bloggers Alliance (of which Boston Red Thoughts is a member) named their inaugural Managers of the Year today, selecting Mike Scioscia of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and Jim Tracy of the Colorado Rockies as the best managers in their respective leagues. Scioscia, who lead the Angels to the American League West […]

    Red Sox 6, Angels 7:
    Playing Golf today…

    I could go on a long-winded tirade about how Papelbon lost this game, and how it’s his fault the Sox are going home–and probably no one would disagree with me–and yesterday, when I was stewing about this loss, and thinking about what I would write today, that was really how I felt…however, being one day […]

    BBA Ballot: Manager of the Year

    Part of Boston Red Thoughts membership in the Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA) is voting on the postseason hardware, such as Manager of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Cy Young and MVP. 3 Sox blogs make up the “Red Sox Chapter” of the BBA: Boston Red Thoughts, Derek over at Inside The Monster and Allan […]

    Red Sox 0, Angels 5:
    Only a little bit surprising…

    So Tito came down with food poisoning yesterday, and it was thought he would not be well enough to manage last night’s contest, and while he missed the trading of the lineup cards, he was back in the dugout for the game–although the play of the Red Sox last night probably made him nauseous all […]

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