Boston needs a power bat, among other things
You heard it when Japanese baseball star Shohei Ohtani informed the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox he wouldn’t sign with them. You heard it again Friday when Ohtani decided to sign with the Angels instead of the Dodgers or Chicago Cubs. Doesn’t Ohtani want to win? Of course he does. Ohtani...
On Friday, international baseball sensation, Shohei Otani, finally decided which MLB team he will join for his start in the sport in America. After weeks of MLB rumors involving the Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, and just about every...Show More Summary
Alex Cora reportedly got into a verbal altercation with former boss A.J. Hinch, the Houston Astros manager, and an Astros broadcaster in an incident that was unknown to the Boston Red Sox when they named Cora as their new manager onShow More Summary
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker has made his first indication that he supports moving the Pawtucket Red Sox from Rhode Island to Worcester. The Telegram & Gazette reports that Baker said … Click to Continue »
Shohei Ohtani is ready to make a major splash in the U.S. major leagues next year, but it won’t be in Boston or New York. The two AL East powerhouses residing in those cities acknowledged Sunday that they were told the Japanese phenom, who has until Dec. 22 to sign with an MLB team, eliminated each from […]
GM Atkins confirms Blue Jays are out of running for Japanese pitcher/outfielder.
The Yankees and Red Sox are among the teams that pitcher and outfielder Shohei Ohtani has ruled out, and it seems the Japanese star will likely to pursue a smaller market nearer to the West Coast
Japanese baseball star Shohei Ohtani has informed both the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox that he will not be signing with them, according to multiple reports.
Ohtani has informed the New York general manager that the Yankees are out. Ditto for Boston
Are you frustrated that your favorite team seems to always lose to the Boston Celtics, New England Patriots or Boston Red Sox? Help may be coming, if you can wait a few years. “The upwelling we detected is like a hot air balloon, and we infer that something is rising up through the deeper part... Read more »
The MLB free agency rumors of the 2017 offseason are swirling when it comes to Shohei Otani and interested teams. The Japanese prospect has already made it known he’d like to play in America, but now it’s a matter of which team will end up with his services. Show More Summary
"Think about it for a moment. Will there ever be an editorial fiat decreeing one person write all of the newspaper’s political commentary? A demand from the newspaper’s publisher (and Red Sox owner) John Henry that the Globe’s sports chat be limited to the speculations of one man or woman? Somehow, when it comes to the […]
Jose Abreu has been one of the faces of the Chicago White Sox for the past four seasons, but his time with the franchise could be coming to an end. He has been mentioned in trade rumors early on this season, mostly associated with the Boston Red Sox at this point in time. Boston is looking to make a big addition or two this offseason. Show More Summary
LeBron James and FSM have both made a lot of money from their partnership.
There are several MLB trade rumors involving the Boston Red Sox and their pursuit of a slugger. One of the latest of MLB trade rumors links the Boston Red Sox to Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu. The Red Sox and White Sox made...Show More Summary
It works for both sides. During last year’s offseason, the Red Sox sent a pretty package of prospects to the White Sox for Chris Sale which worked out well for them. Now, there are rumors they could be trading with the White Sox once again, this time for first baseman Jose Abreu. Show More Summary
The first baseman is coming off another productive season
Boston Red Sox trade rumors have taken a step forward with confirmation that the team is trying to get Giancarlo Stanton from the Miami Marlins. The potentially surprising news to some Red Sox fans indicates that the team is pushingShow More Summary
Boston went out in three games in the 2016 postseason and seemed about to do so again. But led by David Price’s stellar relief work, the Red Sox rallied for a 10-3 win.