Hate to be another one of those Red Sox and Beards people but found this poster funny and with Game 5 tonight of the World Series I figured it was somewhat appropriate. My personal favorite is “The Tease” (David Ortiz) in real life and “The Buck” (Clay Buchholz) in terms of beard style, what about you?
Personally, I have always been a fan of Jason Varitek since I found out that he had moved in down the street from my childhood home not to mention the full size candy bars and autographs on Halloween and/or Him, Johnny Damon, Mike Timlin and others Trick or Treating in my neighborhood during the peak of Red Sox madness (September 2004 – The Start of the 2005 Season).
Reading the accomplishments and stats above it is hard to deny the greatness of Varitek but what is often overlooked was his ability to call/catch a great game. Many of the Boston Red Sox pitchers praised Varitek and his ability to call the right pitches and talk to them in key high-stress situations. This is displayed by him catching 4 no hitters, this is by far the most by any catcher in the history of major league baseball.
Apparently success has followed Varitek wherever he has gone, winning championships at every major baseball level growing up:
- Little League World Series (LLWS)
- College World Series (NCAA)
- Major League Baseball World Series (MLB)
- World Baseball Classic (WBC)
Boston Red Sox Relief Pitcher Koji Uheara celebrate winning the AL East Crown? Yeah, that’s how, with Lay’s Potato Chips and a Corona. I hope that he will calm down before the playoffs start. This definitely is a changed team from last year and they sure have produced very different results.
After reading a recent article on Boston.com that reviews the 43 former Boston Red Sox players that are still playing major league baseball and when then left the Red Sox, how they left and where they are now. Clearly there have been many more players that have past through the walls of Fenway Park but… Continue reading All Former Boston Red Sox’s Team (VMart, D-Lowe, Dice-K, Youk, Coco, Hanley, Manny, etc)
As I am sure man you saw last night, David Ortiz freaked out in last nights baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles, swinging and breaking multiple bats against a post in the dugout. As is common these day with sports, this has started a new craze I call Papi’ing but since this is very hard… Continue reading Ortizing (aka Papi’ing) is the new Tebowing
Stealing this idea from a Facebook post I saw earlier today and a Top 5 List that I totally did not agree with so here is my list of Top 10 Sports Images in Recent Boston Sports History. Dave Roberts Steal Adam Vinateri Kick in Snow Game against Raiders Tom Brady Tuck Rule Play/Vinateri Kick… Continue reading Top Pics in Boston Sports History
What Is The Worst Trade In Boston Sports History? With all the talk about the recent Tyler Seguin trade and if the Bruins just traded away their future franchise player to gain more cap space I figured it would be a good time to go over the worst trades in Boston Sports History. Of course… Continue reading Poll: Worst Trade in Boston Sports History?
The Texas Rangers just signed Manny Ramirez to a minor league deal. What happen to that 120 game suspension?