12 Best Players To Trade For In MLB The Show 22
One of the first items on the agenda when hopping into MLB The Show 22 Franchise Mode is to see what potential trade targets are
Who Are The Fastest Players In MLB The Show 22 Franchise Mode?
MLB The Show 22 is here, and with it comes plenty of speed. The latest edition of the franchise features some blazing speed. So much
Is Seiya Suzuki related to Ichiro Suzuki?
2021 Stats (NPB) | G: 131 | BA: .319 | 2B: 26 | 3B: 0 | HR: 38 | RBI: 88 | OPS: 1.079 Seiya
Boston Red Sox Free Agent Targets for 2022
The Red Sox have some money to spend this offseason and I fully expect Chaim Bloom to be heavily involved in the free-agent sweepstakes this
Red Sox told J.D. Martinez “they’re going to make every effort to make the team even more competitive,” Scott Boras says
Super Agent Scott Boras dropped an unexpected headline when describing J.D. Martinez’s decision to opt into his final year on his current deal with the
2022 Boston Red Sox Free Agents
The Boston Red Sox fell just short of their fifth World Series appearance this century. They went from the fourth-worst team in baseball in 2020
Bobby Dalbec Named American League Rookie of the Month
Bobby Dalbec has been named the American League Rookie of the Month for August. In a month where the team struggled mightily, Dalbec’s rise was
Jonathan Schoop: Possible Red Sox Trade Target
First base is one of the glaring needs for the Boston Red Sox this season. Anthony Rizzo is often floated around, along side names like
Jesús Aguilar: Possible Red Sox Trade Target
The Red Sox have proven to be a real force in the American League this season. However, the trade market is heating up, and the
Danny Santana Looking to Take Advantage of New Role
Before last night’s game Alex Cora detailed his new plan to implement Jarren Duran as a regular in the starting lineup. That plan involves limiting
Jarren Duran Places Bobby Dalbec on Hot Seat
Jarren Duran is a top prospect for the Red Sox that has taken a meteoric rise into the starting lineup. The last prospect to burst
Red Sox Offseason Wish List
The Boston Red Sox appear to be one of a few big spenders this offseason for two main reasons. The pandemic cut payroll for most
Why Signing Trevor Bauer to a One-Year Deal Makes Sense for Red Sox
If you have been paying attention to the “Hot Stove” lately, you’ve probably heard about Trevor Bauer’s unique strategy regarding free agency. Bauer, just named
Could the Red Sox Poach LeMahieu From the Yankees?
D.J. LeMahieu is a criminally underrated second baseman entering free agency in just a few weeks. He has the highest WAR out of any of
Red Sox Passed on Taijuan Walker, Who Just Threw a Gem in Seattle
The Red Sox rotation is a broken down mess that will ruin any chance the team has of being successful. A lot of people come
Red Sox Piss Game Away Early, 0-4 RISP
The Red Sox entered the Bronx feeling much better after a two game winning streak. The trouble is, the Red Sox only have two real starters in the rotation, and now head to Yankee Stadium trying to win a series with openers.
Red Sox Win Another Game in Gritty Fashion
Yesterday I wrote that the Red Sox have Nathan Eovaldi and four openers. That was slightly disrespectful to Martin Perez, who averages 5.2 IP per start over his career (158 games started). Perez had a rough debut versus the Orioles, where he gave up five runs (four earned), six hits, two walks, and struck out two batters.
Red Sox Steal A Game Versus deGrom, Mets
The Red Sox won a much needed game in what could have been an absolute disaster. The way this team is currently constructed, the Red Sox really only have one chance to win a game every five days. That would be because of a man named Nathan Eovaldi. With Eduardo Rodriguez down due COVID-19 complications
Fastest Players in MLB The Show 20
Having fast players can help create offense, and massively improve a teams range on defense. Here are the 10 fastest players in MLB The Show 20.
MLB The Show 20: Best Trade Targets for Franchise
One of the most important parts of building a successful franchise is to make some key trades along the way. Nothing gets your future dynasty
MLB The Show 20: Picking Your Franchise Team
The MLB is loaded with young talent heading into the 2020 season. Now that MLB The Show 20 has implemented real-life prospects, another element has been added to the franchise team selection process.
The Red Sox are still interested in Wil Myers, which is not as bad as it sounds
Yes the Red Sox are still discussing a trade involving Wil Myers, even with Mookie Betts already gone. The trade however is not based around bringing Myers to Boston. Cal Quantrill is the “centerpiece” of the trade.
Red Sox Prospect Highlight: Bobby Dalbec
Bobby Dalbec enters 2020 as the Red Sox third-ranked prospect behind newly acquired 2B/SS Jeter Downs and 19-year-old 1B Tristan Casas. He is however the most intriguing Red Sox prospect in Spring Training because he is expected to make his MLB debut at some point in this upcoming season.
Red Sox Prospect Highlight: C.J. Chatham
C.J. Chatham is someone to keep an eye on this Spring Training. At 25-years-old, Chatham is a seasoned middle infielder that could provide value right away. Boston drafted Chatham in the second round of the 2016 draft. I could see Chatham playing a similar role as Brock Holt did for so many years.
Projecting the Red Sox 26-Man Roster
The MLB has made a rule change that has expanded number of players on a team from 25 to 26. Here is a look at the probable 2020 Opening Day Roster.