This is a big prove-it year for Jaylen, and if it works out well, he'll be collecting a huge paycheck soon.
With the 2019 season looking like a non-postseason squad, Red Sox Nation must stick to what makes them the best-- togetherness.
With their backs against the wall during this pivotal series against their arch rival New York Yankees, the Boston Red Sox stepped up to the challenge of saving their 2019 season. While the work is certainly not done yet, the fighting red stockings have opened the eyes of baseball lovers everywhere.
Kemba Walker is joining a Celtics' team that is not only focused on winning a championship, but also rebuilding its culture. Kemba Walker's job isn't necessarily to lead the Celtics to a championship. His job is to be the leader Kyrie couldn't be.
Even with the addition of Kemba Walker and Gordon Hayward coming into this season better than the last, Tatum remains the most valuable and coveted player on the roster.
Some people really forget that the Red Sox just won a World Series 9 months ago. People really forget that the Red Sox have won 4 world series since 2004. People really forget that the Red Sox have won the AL East division the last 3 years. People really forget what Dave Dombrowski has done for this Boston Red Sox organization.
Jayson Tatum left such a strong enough impression on Kemba Walker that it made his free agency decision much, much easier.
Coming into the 2019 season would you have ever thought that third baseman- Rafael Devers would be a frontrunner for American League MVP? I didn't think so. Yet, here we are in the middle of July talking about how this kid just won't stop hitting homers and 100+ MPH line drives.
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.