Quite an off-season for the MFY this year, eh?
Didn't they do something similar six years ago?
Look at it this way: with more than $400 million spent on just three guys so far (soon to be four? why not?!) and vast riches already committed to many others, they'll sure be sorry when the economy finally implodes! And then the schadenfreude will be delicious.
Eh. Not the
biggest fan.I mean, I’m
hardly some sanctimonious history prude, averse to any change whatsover.But nor do
I believe in change for change’s sake (or for the sake of moving more merch in
the team store).I just
happen to think the jerseys — especially the primary road uniform — are really
Bring it on, Hal and Hank
Buster Olney reports that the Red Sox are scheduled to meet with CC Sabathia next week (that's a subscriber link). Olney seems to have no idea what the Red Sox are doing, which at least is honest. We have no idea either, frankly, but that's not going to stop us from speculating.
L - R: Clay Buchholz, Justin Masterson, Michael Bowden
This is not news by now: the Red Sox are likely to need a catcher for
the 2009 season and beyond. There are options: Varitek could return,
they could import a veteran like Bengie Molina or Pudge Rodriguez, Josh
Bard could make his triumphant return, they could trade for a youngster
from another team who's available, or simply call up George Kottaras