Talking about robo umps.
Who can come up and make an impact on this team?
It’s early, but how much have our perceptions changed?
What would we do differently from the offseason?
The players making the biggest early impressions on the Red Sox.
When there’s a lead, that is.
How will the Red Sox season end up, and who will win it all?
We go over the players on the farm we are most excited to follow in the coming year.
Putting on our grading caps.
The names in spring we’re all ready to watch get ready for the season.
Well, the ones that’ll come into play in 2023.
Should the Red Sox target the biggest free agent when the lockout is lifted?
Who holds a place in our hearts?
Who would do what?
Who do we think should have gotten more shine?
With expanded playoffs likely on the way, what would we prefer?
Gather around for some David Ortiz story sharing.
Who do we think should get in.
Where will he spend more of his time?
What would we like to see from the team in 2022?
It was a wild ride, but a good one.
Where do they go after the Hunter Renfroe trade?
Focusing today on on-field changes.
Who gets protected?
That is the question.
What should top the list of the winter planning?
If you could only pick one from 2021.
Who will win?
Who can swing this series, even after a Game One loss?
Pretend they’ll have a choice if they do make it.
Who makes the cut?
In the wildcard game, that is.
Red Sox Nation, 1980s. pic.twitter.com/j8kS02lAsb— GBH Archives (@GBHArchives) March 12, 2022
Red Sox Nation, 1980s. pic.twitter.com/j8kS02lAsb
Ten years ago today, Jason Varitek, captain of the Boston Red Sox and a key member of its championship squads in 2004 and 2007, announced his retirement after playing his entire 15-year major league career with Boston. pic.twitter.com/WGJquos6qh— Baseball Reference (@baseball_ref) March 1, 2022
Ten years ago today, Jason Varitek, captain of the Boston Red Sox and a key member of its championship squads in 2004 and 2007, announced his retirement after playing his entire 15-year major league career with Boston. pic.twitter.com/WGJquos6qh