Seven Reasons Why Starting David Price in Game 2 is the Right Move

There's been so much news to talk about that I've not had the chance to talk much about the Red Sox vs the Yankees, but with the Yankees disposed of and the formidable World Champion Houston Astros next in line the #1 topic of conversation in Red Sox nation has been manager Alex's Cora's decision … Continue reading Seven Reasons Why Starting David Price in Game 2 is the Right Move

Horrible season for White Sox may portend bright future

By John Ruberry "Baseball is a lot like life. It's a day-to-day existence, full of ups and downs. You make the most of your opportunities in baseball as you do in life." Longtime Detroit Tigers broadcaster Ernie Harwell. For the 2018 Chicago White Sox, so far there have been a lot of downs. The South … Continue reading Horrible season for White Sox may portend bright future

MLB 2017 A plethora of Remarkable Races

If you are looking for a distraction from the news of the day and a lot of people are these days, you're in luck.  Major League Baseball is giving us a some division and wild card races this season that (unless you are a fan of the NL East) really fits the bill. Let's start … Continue reading MLB 2017 A plethora of Remarkable Races