1. Red Sox Meltdown a Cause for Concern?

    Hindsight is 20-20. That old sentiment is often a tough (and annoying) pill to swallow. It's so easy to say about the Red Sox right now as their start to 2010 makes the Hindenburg look like a mild setback...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about 5 years ago 165 reads 0 comments

  2. Joe West Out of Line With Sox-Yanks Series Comment

    In baseball, the umpires are looked upon to make the tough calls. They know many of their decisions will be hated by some and loved by others...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about 5 years ago 553 reads 3 comments

  3. Josh Beckett Throws a Curve, Takes Hometown Discount

    The Red Sox pulled quite a rabbit out of their financial hat on Monday, locking up pitcher Josh Beckett with a four-year, $68 million deal. I must admit, I was very surprised to hear they worked out such an economical deal...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about 5 years ago 120 reads 1 comments

  4. The Boston Red Sox: Owners of the Most Awkward Clubhouse?

    With Spring Training in full swing for the Red Sox, the fun (and drama) can really begin. After an off-season full of wheeling and dealing, Boston found itself with more players than it knew what to do with...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about 5 years ago 613 reads 3 comments

  5. Pitchers and Catchers Report: The True Sign of Spring

    Forget about Punxsutawney Phil. Forget about the whole “six more weeks of winter” nonsense. Spring is here, heralded by the arrival of the first batch of pitchers and catchers...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about over 5 years ago 86 reads 1 comments

  6. Red Sox Trade in Power for Pitching

    With the signing of pitcher John Lackey and aging outfielder Mike Cameron, the Red Sox sent two strong messages. First, they intend to field the toughest rotation in the American League, and they are willing to sacrifice some serious offense to do it...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about over 5 years ago 238 reads 0 comments

  7. Does Boston's Trade for Jeremy Hermida Mean the End for Jason Bay in Beantown?

    Fresh off the heels of watching yet another Yankees championship, the Red Sox brass have already gotten to work on improving their team's lackluster offense...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about over 5 years ago 478 reads 8 comments

  8. Tazawa Gets The Nod For Red Sox

    With the unfortunate departure of future Hall-of-Famer John Smoltz, the Red Sox find themselves one starter too few in their once-crowded rotation. The Sox have announced they will turn to 23-year-old Junichi Tazawa to fill in...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about almost 6 years ago 147 reads 2 comments

  9. Matt Wieters Ready to Hit the Big Leagues

    The Baltimore Orioles are finally about to give their fans what they wanted. According to ESPN.com, the Orioles are ready to purchase the contract of 23-year-old catcher Matt Wieters...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about almost 6 years ago 310 reads 4 comments

  10. The Chicago Bears Pay a Steep Price for Jay Cutler

    In a surprise move today, the Chicago Bears picked up a grumpy Jay Cutler and a fifth-round pick, in 2009, from the Denver Broncos. The Broncos got Kyle Orton, two first-round picks and a third-round pick...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about 6 years ago 114 reads 0 comments

  11. Dominican Republic Scandal Worsens

    The recent scandals involving the Dominican Republic have become so bad that the ever-decisive Bud Selig has given MLB’s security division the all-clear to carry out damage control...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about 6 years ago 288 reads 0 comments

  12. Manny Being Better than A-Rod

    It has been quite some time since I have last posted on this site, and I think it is about time to get it up and running again...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about 6 years ago 167 reads 2 comments

  13. Why the Boston Red Sox Don't Need Mark Teixeira

    Amid a whirlwind of economic downturn, frightened investors and cautious executives, there are still a chosen few players in Major League Baseball poised to receive obscene amount of money this off season...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about over 6 years ago 198 reads 2 comments

  14. In The Cards: Can The Redbirds Wait For Wainwright and Carpenter?

    Before the season began, baseball analysts and armchair umpires alike assumed the Cardinals would be a dead team. Despite their World Series appearance in 2004 and their dismantling of the Tigers in 2006, nobody gave this team any respect...

    John McKenna Written by John McKenna about almost 7 years ago 249 reads 1 comments