Posts
Comments

Archive for August, 2011

Read tomorrow’s paper for an article comparing both Jacoby Ellsbury and Curtis Granderson and their ascent to becoming elite players in Major League Baseball. But for now, take this poll please:

Read Full Post »

Do you remember when Mo Vaughn hit a walkoff grand slam on Opening Day at Fenway 1998? Yes, the Red Sox were down 7-2 to the Seattle Mariners entering the bottom of the ninth inning when they scored seven runs on four hits, two walks and one hit batsman. Vaughn capped off the rally with [...]

Read Full Post »

Read Full Post »

Read Full Post »

I asked AL MVP candidate Curtis Granderson whether he thought that Detroit starter Justin Verlander, who Granderson said is the best pitcher in baseball right now, should be considered for the AL MVP. Should a starting pitcher be in the MVP discussion when he does not play every day? Granderson seems to think that a pitcher [...]

Read Full Post »

BOSTON — New York Yankees starter Phil Hughes was working at Baskin-Robbins on Oct. 16, 2003 when Aaron Boone hit a walkoff home run against Tim Wakefield in the 11th inning of Game 7 of the ALCS between the Yanks and Red Sox. Hughes, then a high school senior, was a huge Red Sox fan [...]

Read Full Post »

Read Full Post »

Read Full Post »

BOSTON — If you were about to start your own Major League Baseball team, and you had the choice of having either Dustin Pedroia or Robinson Cano be your second baseman, who would you pick? “I’d have to go with Cano,” Oakland Athletics closer Andrew Bailey said. “Just my gut feeling. They’re both great players.” [...]

Read Full Post »

Do you remember when Billy Hatcher stole home August 3, 1992? Hatcher swiped home plate in the third inning against Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Juan Guzman. Hatcher went 3 for 4 with two runs scored, two RBIs and one walk in the game as the Red Sox won 7-1 over the Toronto Blue Jays. Hatcher [...]

Read Full Post »

Next »