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.
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 →
Since day one of spring training in 2019 I was not worried about this Red Sox bullpen at all and I was not worried that Kimbrel nor Joe Kelly hadn’t signed with the Red Sox. I did not want Kimbrel.
Those are not starts you want to see coming from a guy who is being paid $145 million over the next 5 years.