Putting the brakes on the Grady Sizemore hype train
A healthy Grady Sizemore is not necessarily a productive Grady Sizemore.
When the Red Sox signed Grady Sizemore, I braced for the worst. This was the sort of signing that always brings out the worst in a fanbase, particularly after a relatively quiet offseason. The sort that fans can't look at objectively, in isolation.Can't you just hear the sarcas...
Projecting best- and worst-case Red Sox rookie seasons for 2014
Let's take a look at the extreme scenarios for a handful of kids turned 2014 Red Sox.
Projecting baseball performances is difficult, but projecting what prospects are going to do once placed in the major leagues is even more problematic. Gauging just how little or how much the transition to facing the best hitting or pitching in the world will strike a blow to a pros...
Forget Giancarlo Stanton, Red Sox should wait for Jason Heyward
The Red Sox are once again in the midst of Giancarlo Stanton trade rumors, but they'd be better off waiting for a different right fielder from the NL East.
In this world, nothing can be said to be certain except death, taxes and Nick Cafardo starting Giancarlo Stanton trade rumors.
The National Baseball Writer for the Boston Globe has
The Over The Monster Podcast: Episode 97: Is Sizemore For Real? Sizemore Is For Real!
A Red Sox podcast that discusses Grady Sizemore? You don't say!
The closer we get to the start of the regular season, the closer we get to answering the one seemingly enduring question from this 2014 edition of spring training: is Grady Sizemore really and truly back?...
Daily Red Sox Links: Shane Victorino, Clay Buchholz, Jon Lester
Today's links look at the Red Sox rotation, the left side of the infield in scouts' eyes, and what Jon Lester could make in free agency.
Shane Victorino is still struggling over his decision on whether or not to abandon switch-hitting this season. (