Yes, the Red Sox starters have the worst ERA in all of baseball with 5.84. If you add in relievers the team is second to only the Orioles. While this is known and being harped on by the media, I'm going to take a few minutes to look a little closer to the statistics so you can see the full picture.
As a huge sports fan, I'll watch about anything. While that does include the NBA, I'd be lying if I didn't mention that watching the NBA drives me crazy. Why does watching the NBA drive me crazy you ask?
One year ago today the Red Sox had a 9-11 record and had been outscored by their opponents 82-76. With 20 games under their belts, their longest winning streak was two games. Having played only 14 games this season, the Red Sox have already had a three-game winning streak. While that may not seem like much, their first winning streak of 3 games or more last season didn't occur until
After three starts, Clay Buchholz has a 1-2 record and a 6.6 ERA. As would be expected, Boston fans and media are already in complete freak out mode. Keep reading to see why everyone just needs to calm down.
Anyone who calls themselves a true sports fan owns something from their favorite teams. Growing up in the Boston area my entire life and coming from a sports oriented family, it’s a no brainer that I am a diehard Boston sports fan and I have collected my fair share of related memorabilia. There have been countless moments in Boston sports history that have been recorded, many of which are now available in the form of memorabilia and pictures. Although I don’t own any of them, I wanted to try to put down some of the more meaningful items to me. The reality is this list could be 100 items long and still not be exhaustive. Not all of these are going to be the most valuable or the most iconic, rather simply the items that mean the most to me.
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