First Sox since the Hit Dog in '95. And Mo's probably twice his size. Literally.
Ain't that something?
16 first-place votes. Not too shabby at all at all.
From SoSH: "Never in my lifetime did I think a munchkin my size would win an MVP award in baseball. Nice work there shrimp."
He offers hope to and inspires pride in short men everywhere.
Oh, don't pretend you don't know what book it is
Tony Maz keeps saying the Red Sox' priority at the winter meetings will be to sign Mark Teixeira, which, as we discussed earlier, they should do if they can. At the same time, though, it's hard to understand why that situation would be their first priority, since they've known for a long time now that they would be facing a tough decision on their catching situation.
Like a chainsaw bayonet, Mark Teixeira is a major offensive upgrade
The offseason is upon us - Oakland, Colorado, Washington, and Florida certainly have gotten started on things and Atlanta and San Diego may be next - and so now it is time for us to lay out our road map for what we feel the Red Sox should do to put together a competitive team in 2009.