Boston Red Sox

  • The Timing Of A Boston Columnist’s Rant Against Rays Fans Shows Losing Mentality Of Red Sox Nation

    The Timing Of A Boston Columnist’s Rant Against Rays Fans Shows Losing Mentality Of Red Sox Nation

    July 29, 2013 at 10:15 am 5 comments

    At the end of Sunday’s broadcast of “The Sports Reporters” on ESPN, Boston columnist Bob Ryan used his “parting shot” to take aim at Rays fans and their lack of support for the Rays (see video below). After complimenting Joe Maddon, Ryan had this to say about Rays fans… “But […]

     
  • Did Joe Maddon Just Accuse The Red Sox Of Stealing Signs?

    Did Joe Maddon Just Accuse The Red Sox Of Stealing Signs?

    April 16, 2012 at 8:30 am 6 comments

    Make no mistake, no manager is more careful with his words than Joe Maddon. That’s why the following quote caught our attention (via Marc Topkin)… “They’re just really hot right now. It’s like they know what’s coming almost. They’re on every pitch.” Now, maybe Maddon really just thinks the Red […]

     
  • PIC: Now This Is A Fun Way To Celebrate The Red Sox Collapse

    PIC: Now This Is A Fun Way To Celebrate The Red Sox Collapse

    March 6, 2012 at 12:43 pm 4 comments

    While messing around on Etsy earlier (don’t judge, there is some cool shit on there), we came across this nifty little item. At first we wondered why a Red Sox decal was listed under “Tampa Bay Rays.” But then we looked closer, and oh man, birthday presents for all of […]

     
  • Did Boston’s Lack Of Leadership And Chemistry Doom Team?

    Did Boston’s Lack Of Leadership And Chemistry Doom Team?

    October 12, 2011 at 11:40 am 18 comments

    Did Boston’s Lack Of Leadership And Chemistry Doom Team?

     
  • VIDEO: The Sky Is Falling In Boston, Just Ask Hitler

    September 27, 2011 at 10:34 am 2 comments

    VIDEO: The Sky Is Falling In Boston, Just Ask Hitler

     
  • Idea Of Contracting Rays Is Silly, But Can’t Be Ignored

    Idea Of Contracting Rays Is Silly, But Can’t Be Ignored

    April 5, 2011 at 12:47 pm 22 comments

    Yesterday we heard the latest cry from some within baseball’s inner circle looking for the Tampa Bay Rays to be contracted. This immediately led to some (once again) explaining why contraction is a silly idea and why it will never happen in Major League Baseball. But that doesn’t mean that […]

     
  • The St. Pete Times Has Some Explaining To Do

    The St. Pete Times Has Some Explaining To Do

    October 8, 2010 at 8:00 am 2 comments

    Below is a screenshot from the St. Pete Times. The image is of John Romano’s latest column and was posted to the tampabay.com website sometime prior to 10:30 last night (the entire article can be found here). The article is a typical “these aren’t the Rays we know and love” […]

     
  • The Red Sox Know A Thing Or Two About Small Crowds

    The Red Sox Know A Thing Or Two About Small Crowds

    September 28, 2010 at 10:00 am 34 comments

    The Rays drew only 12,446 for last night’s potential playoff-clinching game. But don’t let any Red Sox fans (like Bill Simmons) try to tell you that means the Bay Area doesn’t deserve baseball. Because if that is the criteria, Boston would have lost the Red Sox years ago… MLB Network […]

     
  • Postgame Shot Of Joe:

    Postgame Shot Of Joe:

    July 7, 2010 at 10:20 pm 7 comments

    OK, Joe took three things out of this win by the Rays Wednesday. The first, of course, was a chance to break out the brooms. Anytime that happens it’s great, certainly. But even better when the win comes in front of so many Bostonites (rhymes with sodomites) at the Fruitdome. […]

     
  • [ROCCO BALDELLI] Rocco Baldelli Meets With Red Sox Officials

    [ROCCO BALDELLI] Rocco Baldelli Meets With Red Sox Officials

    November 23, 2008 at 2:17 pm 5 comments

    Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe is reporting that Rocco Baldelli met with the Red Sox last week. According to major league sources, Baldelli, from Cumberland, R.I., met with the Red Sox at Fenway late last week to discuss his future and the effects of the mitochondrial disorder that limited […]