Posts Tagged ‘Yankees


Negativity: The Bostonian way

I wish I had posted this blog yesterday. Because I knew the Red Sox were going to win.

The exact moment came when Mookie Betts – with Boston up just 1-0 – lined a single to open the third inning. The rope to left meant that Betts was not in a slump after collecting just one hit over the first two games of the American League Division Series.

A little over two hours later Tuesday night, the Sox were 16-1 winners and a win away from reaching the Championship Series.

And you were worried. Continue reading ‘Negativity: The Bostonian way’


Sox should lock up Lester – now

Another Sox star bolts for the Yankees. That scenario used to hurt. Not anymore.

When you have the satisfaction of winning ANOTHER World Series (the euphoria from this latest one should’ve lasted longer than it actually did), a player jumping ship to a hated rival doesn’t boil my blood like it used to. Continue reading ‘Sox should lock up Lester – now’