1. Boston Red Sox: Why It Was Inevitable They'd Be Best Team in Baseball

    After a forgettable start, the Boston Red Sox have gone on to record a memorable May, going 19-11 and scoring the amount of runs that most people expected them to in the offseason...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about over 3 years ago 313 reads 1 comments

  2. Adrian Gonzalez: 6 Bold Predictions for the Rest of 2011

    In the offseason, a lot of bold and brazen predictions were made regarding the 2011 Boston Red Sox. They were going to win a million games. They were going to score a zillion runs...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about over 3 years ago 2,586 reads 14 comments

  3. Josh Beckett: 5 Reasons His “Ace-Like” April Will Last All Year Long

    With more than a month of baseball now in the books, analysts and fans alike can look at the sampling size available and make predictions on how individual players and teams will track throughout the remainder of the season...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about over 3 years ago 283 reads 0 comments

  4. Terry Francona: Why He's the Best Manager in Baseball

    Terry Francona did for Boston what few managers could. He brought the city a championship in 2004, and then to prove that his success wasn’t a fluke, he did it again in 2007...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about over 3 years ago 466 reads 5 comments

  5. Boston Red Sox: 8 Biggest Concerns in Beantown

    They may have taken four out of their last five games, but there is still plenty to cause beads of Beantown sweat to form on the foreheads of Red Sox fans...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about over 3 years ago 2,216 reads 14 comments

  6. Boston Red Sox: Ranking the 10 Greatest Quirks About Fenway Park

    Boston is filled with history and architectural achievements that bring the city a unique urban personality all its own. Nowhere is this more apparent than in between Yawkey Way and Lansdowne Street, home to Fenway Park...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about over 3 years ago 2,135 reads 0 comments

  7. World Series Favorites: Phillies vs. Red Sox Position by Position Breakdown

    For those who fancy themselves baseball analysts, two teams have been thrown around as World Series favorites since the Hot Stove season started heating up...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about over 3 years ago 1,128 reads 18 comments

  8. Josh Beckett: Can Red Sox Win the AL East Without Their Former Ace Dominant?

    When Josh Beckett joined the Red Sox in 2006, he became an instant ace—anchoring the front-end of the Boston rotation. At the time, the staff was beginning to look a bit long in the tooth thanks to the soon-to-be-retired Curt Schilling...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about almost 4 years ago 911 reads 16 comments

  9. Boston Red Sox: Projecting Their Opening Day Lineup

    With Opening Day just around the corner, baseball fanboys are abuzz about what their teams are going to look like headed into the season...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about almost 4 years ago 1,081 reads 11 comments

  10. Boston Red Sox: 10 Bold Predictions for the Team's 2011 Season

    When it comes to Major League Baseball, it’s difficult to be a knuckleball Nostradamus when so many uncontrollable factors factor into your predictions...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about almost 4 years ago 1,076 reads 2 comments

  11. AL West: Slim Fantasy Pickings in a 4-Team Division

    Once a fertile ground for big bats thanks to the Bash Brothers and hitting heavyweights like Ken Griffey, Jr...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about almost 4 years ago 199 reads 3 comments

  12. The 10 Worst Names in Sports

    As Buddy in the holiday film Elf , Will Ferrell meets an office worker named Francisco, and in a classic delivery of a classic line, responds to the introduction by saying, “Francisco, ...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about almost 4 years ago 4,865 reads 2 comments

  13. AL East: Building an Offensive Offense

    For some fans, the American League East is a treacherous place. When baseball’s biggest super powers all swing their bats in the same division, it’s hard to gain any ground when you’re the little guy...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about almost 4 years ago 325 reads 9 comments

  14. Albert Pujols Is MLB's Superman: A Game of Heroes

    For years, I have taken extreme heat for my extreme interest in all things Major League Baseball, particularly for the amount of time and energy I put into my yearly fantasy exploits...

    Jason M. Burns Written by Jason M. Burns about almost 4 years ago 315 reads 0 comments