• About
  • Batterymates
  • Blog Disclosure Policy
  • Contact Us
  • Privacy Policy
  • Archive for April, 2011

    April 15, 2011:
    Getting on Track….

    I was going to say “Getting BACK on Track”, but since the Sox have never actually BEEN on track (remember the 10 game losing streak in Spring Training?), there is really nothing to get BACK to…. And it’s official: Adrian Gonzales has been signed to the 2nd largest contract the Sox have ever signed a […]

    Red Sox 2, Tampa Bay 3:
    Worst in Baseball…

    Yep, with last night’s loss, the Sox are now dead last–in the AL East, as well as in all of Baseball…Their record stands at 2-9, which is a .181 win percentage…Holy. Buckets. I know our federal government is busy and all–but could you perhaps pass a law, or a bill or something, so the Sox […]

    Book Review: Baseball Miscellany:
    Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Baseball, by Matthew Silverman

    “People ask me what I do in winter when there is no baseball. I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.” Roger Hornsby, Hall of Fame 2nd baseman. “The Wall giveth and the Wall taketh away.” Roger Angell, Writer. If you’re like me, your baseball obsession doesn’t end […]

    Red Sox 4, Skanks 0:
    Welcome Back, Josh Beckett!

    This was the first complete game I was able to see this year, as I have been directing the wildly successful The Drowsy Chaperone at Misericordia, and can I tell you how happy I am I did not miss this one… Holy Buckets! Josh Beckett was DOMINANT–8 brilliant innings of 2-hit (both singles), shutout ball, […]

    Red Sox 0, Cleveland 1:
    Fear and Loathing in Boston…

    Well, since my Dad is a Cleveland fan, I would actually be happy that his team is off to a great start… …if it weren’t for the fact that their wins came at the expense of the Sox, who are now 0-6, and heading home to play the Skanks for 3… Jon Lester pitched the […]

    Review: Maple Street Press
    Red Sox Annual 2011

    For the last 6 years, Maple Street Press has been issuing an Annual review of the Boston Red Sox, joining other annual reviews of the Yankees, Cardinal and Twins, and 8 other AL and NL teams. This year, as a member of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA), I was offered a copy of the Red […]

    Subscribe to Boston Red Thoughts