Mookie Betts is better than you at everything.
Friday's Say Hey, Baseball includes the start of Blue Jays' extension season, how Ian Kennedy affected the Red Sox and an answer to whether the Super Bowl or World Series reigns supreme. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Yoan Moncada is 20 years old, and his entire professional career consists of 81 games at one of the lowest levels of the minor leagues. So why are we already asking when he'll become a major league star? Not if. When. "If Yoan Moncada doesn't become an All-Star player, I'll be shocked," the respected Boston Globe columnist Nick Cafardo wrote on Jan. Show More Summary
Kyle Schwarber and Mookie Betts are the kind of phenoms who just aren't playing around. In 2015, the Chicago Cubs' masher and the Boston Red Sox's spark plug demonstrated that they're the type of players who have the tools—and who have...Show More Summary
A couple of weeks back I was the recipient of a very generous bubble mailer from Tim B of I Love the Smell of Cardboard in the Morning. It was a great example of the fact that I collect much more than just Boston Red Sox cards. For example,...Show More Summary
Yoan Moncada isn't in the big leagues yet... but he just spent $45k to make sure his swag is MAJOR... turning his i8 BMW into a bona fide cool machine that freaking GLOWS IN THE DARK. Moncada -- who signed a $31 million deal with the Red Sox last…
Of ESPN's first 10 announced Sunday Night Baseball telecasts for 2016, five feature either the New York Yankees or Boston Red Sox. Three feature the Yankees and the Red Sox. You can't blame the television guys, even if neither of those teams has won a playoff game in the last two years. Show More Summary
Where were you when Bill Buckner cost the Red Sox the 1986 World Series? Or at least when that long-suffering franchise finally did win a championship 18 years later? Where were you for Kerri Strug's one-foot landing at the 1996 Olympics?...Show More Summary
Hanley Ramirez's stint at left field last season was a disaster, but he's quite optimistic at first base even before camp starts.
Grab your Red Sox hat and leave those Rs at home - the trailer for Seth Meyers' (fake) movie Boston Accent has arrived. Premiering on Thursday's episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers, the teaser brings out every Beantown movie trope there is: aerial shots of Fenway Park, a heartfelt monologue... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Late Night With Seth Meyers Seth Meyers
Friday's Say Hey, Baseball includes Yoenis Cespedes, players conning the Red Sox, and Royals' cryotherapy. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. There are all kinds of stories, rumors, game coverage and Vines of dudes getting hit in the beans every day. Show More Summary
Pablo Sandoval is WAYYY ahead of the game... surprising his girlfriend with a $140,000 pre-Valentine's Day gift... and it all went down live on "TMZ Sports." The Boston Red Sox 3rd baseman FaceTime'd in from The Auto Firm in Miami -- where…
Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval, nicknamed "Kung Fu Panda," has long drawn attention due to his weight. It rarely got in the way of his performance on the field, but Sandoval's first season of a five-year, $95 million deal...Show More Summary
Boston Red Sox rumors indicate that Pablo Sandoval has lost a lot of weight during the MLB offseason. These Red Sox rumors about Sandoval have been met with a lot of jokes on social media, especially from fans in Boston feeling he needs to lose even more weight. Show More Summary
After dealing Craig Kimbrel to the Boston Red Sox in November, the San Diego Padres appear to have found their new closer. According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, the Padres and reliever Fernando Rodney agreed to terms on a major-league...Show More Summary
It's difficult not to admire the aggressive approaches of the Arizona Diamondbacks and Boston Red Sox—two of the biggest spenders of the 2015-16 MLB offseason. No one knows just yet how it will all shake out, but on paper, the upcoming campaign is looking awfully promising for those two franchises. Show More Summary
At the end of 2016, Hub fans will finally bid adieu to Big Papi. And also, welcome to his heir. David Ortiz made it official two months ago that the 2106 season will be his last. When he did, he set a countdown to the moment when the...Show More Summary
Today's trade package comes courtesy of Tony Burbs of the great blog Wrigley Roster Jenga. Tony's been on the blogging scene for a while now, but somehow our paths never crossed until towards the end of last year. When I learned he was...Show More Summary
Only a fool would argue that the Chicago Cubs and the Boston Red Sox haven't drastically upgraded their respective rosters heading into the 2016 MLB season. The Cubs and the Red Sox are the kings of the winter, and with that title comes endless hype. Show More Summary
During Ryan Dempster's talk show-style Cubs Convention session Friday night, new Cubs pitcher John Lackey ate some Popeyes and detailed former Red Sox teammate Jon Lester's relentless recruiting tactics. "I was the crazy ex-girlfriend," Lester said. "I'm like, should I text him, should I not text...