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    November 17, 2016:
    Holy Buckets, Rick Porcello!

    So we have been Red Sox baseball-less for over a month–unless you count all the former Red Sox players/management who comprised the Cubs and the Indians, and it’s a LONG way to Pitchers and Catchers… And next week is Thanksgiving, and it’s doubtful Dave Dombrowski will spend dinner with a potential Ace, just like Theo […]

    The Offseason:
    Random Thoughts…

    Some thoughts while I try to juggle dance, swim class, Thanksgiving in 2 weeks, Christmas in 6 (The hell???) and 42 million other things… Well, THAT certainly would never qualify as the World Series of Boring. Despite the fact Cleveland did not win (despite being up 3-1 at one point–Tito should have KNOWN what was […]

    Cleveland 3, Cubs 9:
    Onto Game 7…

    And the final game of the 2016 Campaign. This is it, for all the marbles. No more second chances… So the team that has not won since 1908 is playing the team who has not won since 1948, and even though it has been over a hundred years for the Cubs, and I love Jon […]

    October 30, 2016:
    Fielding Bible Announces Award Winners for 2016

    Who was the best-fielding shortstop in Major Leagues Baseball in 2016? Was it Andrelton Simmons of the Angels? Or the Giants’ Brandon Crawford? Or maybe Addison Russell of the Cubs? Or the guy who played SS on your favorite team? If you only follow the Gold Glove awards, you won’t have to choose just one, […]

    October 19th, 2016:
    Cleveland, you have ONE job…

    Holy Buckets Terry Francona, you KNOW what can happen when a team is down 0-3 and you take your foot off the gas (or their throat, depending on what analogy you want to use…) Actually NO ONE knows it better than you. Which is why it is so very troubling that your Cleveland Indians, up […]

    ALDS Game 3: Red Sox 3, Cleveland 4
    Out With a Whimper…

    Ya know, in some ways I think it would have been better for the Sox NOT to have won the AL East and gotten to the postseason (Stay with me here for a minute). Because the end in the Postseason is often sudden and can’t be planned for (Although in this case, I think the […]

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