Despite a slow start, the Patriots offense and especially their defense, dominated the Cowboys to remain undefeated, and maintain their AFC East lead.
In what turned out to be a day full of bizarre plays and even more bizarre upsets, the Patriots were able to hold on against division-rival Buffalo, 40-32.
Much to the delight of Red Sox Nation, Allen Craig has finally been designated for assignment. Coupled with the trade of Edward Mujica (Thank You Dear Sweet Baby Jesus), that opened up a roster spot that Boston needed to fill. While the Sox right field has been abysmal this year, they had two options in… Read More Where the hell is Rusney Castillo?
Wade Miley and the Red Sox bullpen finally showed that they could go an entire game without completely blowing a game on the mound. Miley dazzled through 5 and 2/3 scorless innings while only surrendering 3 hits and 4 walks. While not Pedro-esque, Miley did enough to get the game to the Sox pen which… Read More April 21st, 2015: Red Sox 1, Rays 0: Red Sox pitching dominates Rays
The Red Sox really had to fight for this one. Early on, it seemed as though the Sox had it rolling against Nationals co-ace Stephen Strausburg, who, like fellow co-ace Jordan Zimmerman yesterday, didn’t have his best stuff going tonight. Strausburg was shelled for 5 runs (all earned) and 10 hits through just 5 and… Read More April 14th, 2015: Red Sox 8, Nationals 7: Red Sox rally thanks to multitude of Nats gaffs
AL MVP: Mike Trout (LAA) This one’s pretty obvious. MLB hasn’t had a player as good at every aspect of the game like Trout since mid-90’s (and pre-terminator) Barry Bonds. In a division that doesn’t have another good team outside of Seattle, and a league in general that lacks a true top dog other than… Read More Michael’s Picks: Major Awards Predictions
Red Sox Nation, while one of the most intelligent fan bases around, isn’t thinking clearly right now. The majority of Sox fans are freaking the heck out about Koji Uehara. I’m here to explain that while some concern is warranted (it is an injury after all), Sox fans are taking Koji’s possible unavailability for opening… Read More Chill Out Red Sox Nation: Koji will be fine
For the better part of the last 6 to 8 months, there has been no name in the city of Boston spoken about more than that of Mookie Betts. Since his rookie year last season in which he more than held his own against big league competition, everyone has been wondering whether Mookie will start… Read More Mookie Betts: The Real Deal
Winners- San Diego Padres- Well, this one is a no-brainer. Any time you add 5 all-star level players to your roster, you’re going to be at the top of this list. Lets start with the most recent move for A.J. Preller and Co.: James Shields. San Diego already had a pretty good group of starters… Read More Offseason Winners and Losers
Now that James Shields has finally (and mercifully) come off the market, and with no Cole Hamels deal in sight, it’s safe to say that the off-season is nearly complete. With big, game changing moves such as the Hanley Ramirez/Pablo Sandoval coup by the Red Sox and Max Scherzer joining the best rotation in baseball… Read More The Biggest Steals of the Offseason