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    July 15, 2016:
    Finally! Some Baseball!

    So, after an interminable 4-day hiatus, which saw the AL win for the 5th time in a row, the Sox head to NYC for a 3-game weekend series against the Skanks. We’ll get to that in a minute, but how about the Sox signing a starter with an ACTUAL WINNING RECORD. Yep, Drew Pomeranz, formerly […]

    Red Sox 5, Skanks 1:
    Well, THAT Could Have Went Better…

    When I did my series analysis for the Sox/Skankee Series on Friday, I predicted 2 out of 3, but I was really hoping for a sweep, because having the Skanks TEN GAMES BEHIND in the AL East, even this early in the season, would be glorious, and really fun to watch… And, as an added […]

    Red Sox 3, Braves 5:
    Clay Buchholz, Red Sox Stopper…

    Yes, stopper of momentum and all good things a baseball club wants and needs to be… So the Sox were doing well, running on all cylinders, stealing bases like mad (20 in 22 games–what is UP with that??) and in the midst of a nice 4-game winning streak. Yeah, it was Atlanta, who pretty much […]

    May 14, 2015: Guest Post:
    Jackie Robinson: A Letter to the President

    Fellow Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA) member Stephen of Pastime Post offered this article to whomever wished to post it on their website. I am so very glad he did. It is worth the read. Enjoy. Jackie Robinson: A Letter to the President by Stephen C. Jordan I have lived in New England for the majority […]

    Red Sox 4, Skanks 14:
    OK. Can we FINALLY end this nonsense…

    Once and for all??? Please knock it off with the “oh, it’s going to be better, and he is going to be consistent and not be a headcase and laity blah…” Last night was absolute and utter CRAP–and oh so typical Clay Buchholz. Completely brilliant in one start, and beyond abysmal in the next. Let’s […]

    January 2, 2015: BBA Binary Ballot Recommends Seven For Cooperstown

    Seven players from the 2014 Baseball Writers of America ballot were recommended for enshrinement in the Baseball Hall of Fame by the members of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA) today. Given the backlog of quality players on the ballot, this year the BBA adopted the plan suggested by St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Derrick Goold of […]

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