By: Steve McKay/ Sports Chowdah It’s been a rather sweaty summer, don’t you think? July featured an average temperature almost three degrees above normal. What’s made our summer season unusually sweaty has been the consistency of the humid air hanging around. If you’re looking to escape the heat, your best bet is to coast […]
It is extremely difficult for me to cheer for David Price. I don’t care for him very much. I don’t like his beard. I don’t like what he did to Eck. I don’t like his sense of humor, or lack there of. I don’t like the way he doesn’t really pitch from the wind up. […]
OK. I know you’re busy. So if you have not been paying attention, let me tell you the Red Sox are pretty freakin’ good. No. Really freakin’ good. They are on track for 113 or so wins this year. Yup. That would be the most ever. They have not won more than 100 games in […]
It’s too long, there’s not enough action, they are always (messing around) with the rules and quite frankly after the steroid era, we kind of saw everything didn’t we?
He’s complex, sometimes loving but often grouchy. And theres a complex set of rules that the Red Sox must follow or chaos indeed will ensue.
As I continue to “mature” (a polite way of saying becoming more creaky) I find myself joining certain clubs, often without even realizing I’ve done so. One such club: the B.I.M.D. club. I realized I was a member of this club the other day, when one of our teenaged grandkids asked for a ride to […]
I love being a Boston sports fan. Always have. But now more than ever. Yes, all of the winning makes it wicked easy. But what’s almost as much fun as watching the Pats storm back from 28-3 down is wearing Boston sports logo clothing in other cities. Talk about profiling and harassment. My buddy Rich […]
If I didn’t have a drink now and then already, David Price sure as heck would drive me to it. Let me begin by giving our thirty million dollar a year glass bobblehead of a pitcher a gentle pat on the top of his head for a job well done. Price has been very good […]
There’s a lot to like about this years Red Sox team. Not the least of which is they are playing games at a way faster pace than last year.
It has been very well documented that Chris Sale wears down as the season progresses. Red Sox fans saw it first hand in September last year. And Sale readily admits he was gassed by the time he hit the mound for a playoff start against the Astros. Alex Cora is all about resting players and […]