Seeing Rick Porcello win the 2016 American League Cy Young award was satisfying. It may have been by the slightest of margins, but it made me happy nonetheless. On the other hand, seeing Rick Porcello win the 2016 American League Comeback Player of the Year award gave me a feeling that I can’t even describe. Why? July 1st, 2015 is why.
David Price has recently taken to Twitter to fire back at the Red Sox fans who have criticized his lack of postseason success. It all started with this tweet...
Number 19. The rookie out of the University of Georgia, Malcom Mitchell, is finally hitting his stride and becoming a crucial part to this Patriots offense. Mitchell is clearly here to play, he means business. He is also here to stay. The staff loves him, other players have nothing but good things to say, and most importantly Tom Brady can't get enough of the kid.
One year ago, if you were to ask any knowledgeable Sox fan who the top pitching prospect was, all you'd here is, "Anderson Espinoza throws 98 mph and he's only 18 years old!" "Espinoza has such electric stuff!" "Espinoza is going to be the next Pedro!" Anderson Espinoza has since been shipped to San Diego in exchange for Drew Pomeranz. Consequently, 20-year old Michael Kopech has been thrust into the spotlight. It's pretty safe to say that he has not disappointed.
College Basketball season is upon us, and for Celtics fans that means evaluating prospects that they hope the Celtics will take in the upcoming NBA Draft. Right now, it’s too early to evaluate the crop of young prospects. It will take a few months on collegiate games before anyone would really be able to give any in depth analysis of what kind of player these prospects can really be. This time last year we were wondering if Skal Labissiere would go #1 overall. So, keeping in mind that all this is subject to change, these are the 7 players Celtics fans should be watching in the early months of the college basketball season.
Important message to some Fantasy Football fans: it’s time.
You’re now probably wondering what do I mean by ‘some’ fans. I'm talking about anyone with a winnings percentage less than .500. If you're having a losing season, it's time to reevaluate your lineup and decision making. There's three reasons as to why you would be having such a poor season, and there could be several possible ways to get yourself out of this jam.
Not that it should be any immediate cause for concern, however, the Patriots have lost to both Rex Ryan and Pete Carroll at home in the season.
More concerning is that the Pats defense ranks 23rd in the NFL on 3rd down and 27th in interceptions.
It is being reported that free agent slugger Edwin Encarnacion rejected an offer of 4 years and $80 million from the Toronto Blue Jays prior to their signing of Kendrys Morales. This leads us to the 2 big questions that only Dave Dombrowski knows the answers to: Should the Red Sox step it up and give him the money? and Will they be willing to do it?