So I apparently lost the entire first version of this post, which really doesn’t happen all that often.
Quickly – Lots of articles on Adrian Gonzalez’s greatness this morning, as well as the future of David Ortiz, who could be elsewhere next season.
Rather than do them all again, I’m bringing you the top five, plus a few miscellaneous pieces:
Ortiz the home run champ in Boston – Gordon Edes makes the case for Big Papi as the great home run hitter in Red Sox history, over guys like Jim Rice and Ted Williams.
Star in fixed position – Peter Abraham has Josh Beckett accepting responsibility for his lousy 2010, and working hard to return to ace form.
Sox look like fall guys – Gerry Callahan says that the Red Sox look like a sure bet for the postseason.
Wild move leads former sportswriter to Flames’ front office – The Montreal Gazette reports on former Boston Globe Red Sox beat writer Chris Snow taking a new position with the Calgary Flames.
Five things we learned from Bruins’ development camp – DJ Bean with a look at the Bruins youngsters.
Mike Vrabel goes out a winner 0 Ian Rapoport has the former Patriots linebacker calling it a career, and going into coaching.