Welcome to the Red Sox Review series. It’s a fairly standard feature in which we will review the year that was for every player who made a decently large impact on the Red Sox this year. How do I come up with that definition? Completely arbitrarily, of course! The list of players I’m using can
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman knows he needs to upgrade his starting rotation for 2019. He’s already been connected to free-agent left-handers Patrick Corbin, Dallas Keuchel and J.A. Happ. The best right-hander on the market could be Nathan Eovaldi, who simply dominated batters in the 2018
We all know the old adage that says you can’t predict baseball, and while that generally pertains to in-game situations, it certainly applies to the offseason as well. There are always surprises, and you never now what any given team will do. That’s particularly true for a team led by Dave Dombrowski
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior writer of SweetSpot baseball blog Former deputy editor of Page 2 Been with ESPN.com since 1995 Follow on Twitter Here’s a snapshot of the BBWAA awards after the three finalists in each category were announced on Monday night. American League MVP Finalists
Before taking off for Puerto Rico on Saturday, Red Sox manager Alex Cora and a small group of players took their ongoing World Series party to the Mandarin Oriental Boston on Friday night, attending a glitzy gala hosted by retired ace Pedro Martinez. “Have I had time to reflect? No,” Cora told Boston.com
Kinsler picked up his second Gold Glove at second base, and Bradley won for the first time in center. Fellow Sox fielder Andrew Benintendi also was nominated, but Royals left fielder Alex Gordon took home his sixth Gold Glove instead.