Red Sox Dodgers What a Game

It's 2:39 as I type this, there are two outs in the bottom of the 15th and the Dodgers and Red Sox are still at it. I was at a Carenet dinner this evening in Hollis NH and hoped to get home in time to see some of the game, DaWife and I stopped at … Continue reading Red Sox Dodgers What a Game

Missing: One October Monkey

Formally residing on the back of one David Price. Missing since October 18th during a trip to Houston. If found please provide it a good home at least till November, might we suggest it be donated to the good folks at 1 East 161st Street Bronx NY in the hopes the team there can adopt … Continue reading Missing: One October Monkey

Elizabeth Warren, Charlie Baker and I Completely Agree…

...when it comes to yesterday's RedSox game there isn't a lot of distance between Republicans, Democrats, Conservatives, Liberals, Socialists, Catholics, Protestants, Jews, and Atheists in Massachusetts this morning. I left work at midnight dead tired.  I got home in the bottom of the 8th and the 9th inning (both halves) was one of the most … Continue reading Elizabeth Warren, Charlie Baker and I Completely Agree…

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

Chicago White Sox 2018 season not as horrible as once feared

By John Ruberry Four months ago in this space I wrote this entry: Horrible season for White Sox may portend bright future. Okay, the situation has improved somewhat since May, when the South Siders were on pace to lose a club-record 117 games, which would be just short of the modern day record for futility, … Continue reading Chicago White Sox 2018 season not as horrible as once feared

Sports: The MLB Playoff Race Continues the NFL Kaepernick Season Opens

Yesterday my wife and I visited Sun Trust park and watched the Red Sox, despite a shaky (but scoreless) performance from Nathan Evoaldi, take game one of their 3 game set with the Atlanta Braves 8-2. The game was much closer than the score would indicate and it wasn't until the Sox added two in … Continue reading Sports: The MLB Playoff Race Continues the NFL Kaepernick Season Opens

The Red Sox and Seattle Prove Why Baseball is THE Best Sport AGAIN

If you turned in early to the Red Sox Seattle game you saw a lot of offense. You saw the Mariners put up 4 in the top of the first and the Red Sox answer with five. Then Mariners put up six more meaning that Red Sox starter Stephen Wright, who had given up a … Continue reading The Red Sox and Seattle Prove Why Baseball is THE Best Sport AGAIN

Curse? What Curse? or The a difference a Decade Plus makes

An interesting thing happened to me the day before yesterday. I work in a place with a lot of people who are either under 30 or not from the new England and are going absolutely mad about the upcoming world cup and completely excited at the prospect of it coming to the US in 8 … Continue reading Curse? What Curse? or The a difference a Decade Plus makes

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

Red Sox Start 5-1 and Nobody Cares

It's been an amazing year for Boston Sports. Last Year the Red Sox Won their Division, the Patriots went to the Superbowl, the Bruins are tied for the lead in their division with 3 games to go and the Celtics, even without their Superstar Kyrie Irving are in 2nd place in their division with a … Continue reading Red Sox Start 5-1 and Nobody Cares

10 Thoughts Under My Fedora DaTechGuy in KC, #ga06, Warmbier, Osborne and Two Masters

I'm in Kansas City this week on a vacation that's a side effect of my wife's serious operation back in Feb. As she couldn't go on the trip with her sister as planned and had to use up our voucher miles before Sept or lose them she suggested finding somewhere that the RedSox were playing … Continue reading 10 Thoughts Under My Fedora DaTechGuy in KC, #ga06, Warmbier, Osborne and Two Masters

David Ortiz and the Definition of Insanity or ARE YOU KIDDING ME?

There is an old saying that the Definition of insanity is to do the same thing over and over and expect a different result. On Friday Night that Yankees with two bases open in the bottom of the 8th of a tied game choose to pitch to David Ortiz Yes you read that right David … Continue reading David Ortiz and the Definition of Insanity or ARE YOU KIDDING ME?

Photos from Boston the Morning of Game 6

I had some problems with my data card and only today have been able to recover the photos from my trip to Fenway on Wednesday so we will put off my review of Nightmare in Silver till next week to give you to close our Baseball season some photos of Boston, Fenway and the most … Continue reading Photos from Boston the Morning of Game 6

…and I thought the Swatter was stupid Obama hits the Sox in Massachusetts?

...Morning Joe not withstanding let's remember even before Obama decided to hit the Red Sox in Massachustts he wasn't as popular around here as you think after all I seem to recall he showed up around the weekend before the special election that Brown won, how did that work out for you? You know when … Continue reading …and I thought the Swatter was stupid Obama hits the Sox in Massachusetts?

Dan Shaughnessy Joe Giradi Rick Perry and playing nine innings

One of the reasons why Baseball is the best game ever invented is the lack of a clock. It is not possible to run out the clock or to stall. To win you have to achieve two distinct goals. 1. Score more runs than your opponent 2. Achieve 27 outs, plus an additional 3 per … Continue reading Dan Shaughnessy Joe Giradi Rick Perry and playing nine innings

Tim Wakefield finally gets #200

Three times in the last month the Red Sox Bullpen blew what should have been his 200th win, this time their bats secured it. Tim Wakefield left the mound after six innings clinging to a 6-5 lead, but the Sox scored 12 runs in the last 3 innings to stop their skid and finally secure … Continue reading Tim Wakefield finally gets #200

DaTechGuy on DaRadio with Sister ToldJa, Steve Foley Saturday 10 a.m. April 9th WCRN

Join us tomorrow morning as we bring on a plethora of guests for the day. We start with southern Belle Sister ToldJah in the first hour with Tom from Libertarian Leanings as well. We'll talk Wisconsin and the budget fight and planned parenthood bringing out the best in the liberal new tone. And if that … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio with Sister ToldJa, Steve Foley Saturday 10 a.m. April 9th WCRN