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Author: Drew Winkler

My MLB 2022 Hall of Fame Ballot

Reading Time: 2 minutesWe are just over a week away from hearing the results from the 2022 MLB Hall of Fame Voting. Here are my picks for who should grace the Cooperstown stage in July: Barry Bonds While this might be a controversial selection due to the steroid allegations, Barry Bonds gave more to the game than he took away from it. How can the Home Run King be left out of baseball’s greatest stage? It might be tough for Bonds to make the 75 percent threshold which is why I am putting a theoretical vote for his name....

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The top-5 David Ortiz moments ever

Reading Time: 2 minutesAs the MLB offseason came to a screeching halt with the inevitable lockout, baseball fans aren’t feeling too great. Let’s take a look at Big Papi’s greatest moments to ease the offseason blues… unless you are a Yankees fan of course! 5. Red Sox Home Run Record There is no doubt that Ortiz is one of the greatest Red Sox players of all time. He cemented this title when he broke Jimmie Foxx’s single-season Red Sox home run record in 2006 against the Twins. It was only fitting that he had this signature moment against the...

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Recapping a Successful 2021 Red Sox Campaign

Reading Time: 2 minutesNot a lot of people in the MLB sphere had the Red Sox going anywhere last March and boy were they wrong. This Sox team brought fun and resilience to the city of Boston at a time when it needed it most. Everyone remembers the Orioles sweep of the Sox at the beginning of the season quite vividly. That’s when the bandwagon lost a lot of members. Then the Sox got hot and swept the Rays and Orioles. They finished April with a record of 17-10 (shoutout Section 10 Podcast) and looked primed for a playoff...

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Previewing Red Sox Potential Wild Card Matchups (Part 2)

Reading Time: 2 minutesA month ago, I predicted that the Red Sox could match up with the Yankees, Rays, and Athletics. Now that we know the three possible teams they could play if they make it, it is time to re-analyze their potential matchups. 1. New York Yankees (Fenway or Bronx) This is the most likely matchup at this point for Tuesday night. After a brutal sweep last weekend for the Red Sox, it appears that the Yankees could open the flood gates on the Sox in this potential matchup. This one-game playoff depends entirely on the host stadium....

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Previewing Potential Red Sox Wild Card Matchups

Reading Time: 2 minutesAs summer rounds third and heads for home, so does the MLB 2021 regular season. With only about a month to go until October baseball, here are some potential matchups for the Boston Red Sox, assuming they end up in the AL Wild Card:   1. New York Yankees (at the Bronx) This would be the current matchup for the Sox if the season ended today and the toughest on this list. A matchup with the Yankees in a winner take all matchup would provide the challenge of beating the frontrunner for the AL Cy Young...

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