Last night was a perfect game for the Red Sox. They FINALLY looked like a team that was worth $240 million.
I’m not hating on the decision. I love the thought of Eovaldi coming in in the Ninth inning with 102 in his back pocket, but who on this team is going to hold a lead for him?
In a Marathon game if there ever was one, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Boston Red Sox 3-2 in Game three of the World Series in 18 innings on a Max Muncy walk off home run. Despite the loss, which was long and excruciating, all I can think about is how fucking good is... Continue Reading →