After today's introductory press conference for Kemba Walker and Enes Kanter, I'm now more than confident that this team is going to be incredible next season.
After having all but 19 games of the 2018-2019 season off and using this offseason to recover, there are hopes that Markelle can come back and make an impact in the NBA.
With the up and down 2019 year of the Boston Red Sox, there's a sense of unimaginable success that has come along with the failure. Sure, the bullpen isn't as good as we want it to be. In fact, it's very bad. But with that lack of success comes a whole new unimaginable success of some stars that we may not have seen coming at the beginning of the season.
Jordan (@iJordanMoore) does a solo pod because Ryan is out doing more important life things. Topics include what the Red Sox need to do in order to get back on track, the favorable schedule that the Sox have during the second half, what is the realistic view of their future, NBA summer league recap for... Continue Reading →
After last night's depressing loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Red Sox have lost their first series since late June. Despite how our hearts may feel and what local Boston radio may tell you, the Boston Red Sox are still in a good position to make a postseason push.
What I've learned from these rookies so far, or at least from the ones that have played, is that all they want to do is win.