Posts Tagged ‘Boston Red Sox’

Goodbye, Tim Wakefield

Friday, February 17th, by Shaun

Tim Wakefield wasn’t the best pitcher of his era nor is he very likely to make the Hall of Fame. But Wakefield is one of the most interesting players of the last 20 years.

Phillies Should Consider Kevin Youkilis to Solve Third Base Concerns

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011 by Chuck

By: Bob Owens

Shortly after the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Philadelphia Phillies in the playoffs, Charlie Manuel said the Phillies need to upgrade at 3rd base.

Despite making just the second All-Star appearance of his fourteen year career, incumbent Placido Polanco suffered through an injury plagued season which saw him appear in just 122 games.

After [...]

Dugout Central’s American League East Preview

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011 by Chuck

By: Bob Owens
Last year,  four out of the five teams in the A.L. East had at least 85 wins, and the division has earned a reputation as the toughest in baseball. Come 2011, will this division maintain its excellence, or will some of these teams fall off a cliff? In alphabetical order, let us take [...]

Efficiency Not Money Separates Good and Bad Franchises

Friday, June 18th, 2010 by Shaun

Too often fans want to put too much emphasis on results, which is understandable, particularly in the case of a team that hasn’t won anything since Boyz II Men topped the charts. The point is to win, after all. But, especially in the early going of a new regime taking over a franchise in pitiful shape, we must remember to look more at the philosophical direction of the franchise and what the front office is doing to set the team up for success.

2010 Rotations:Which Team Has The Best?

Thursday, February 11th, 2010 by PaulCatalano

Buster Olney had a blog post recently about the best 5 rotations in the league, but he left out the Mariners. How?:

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