While the talk shows and columnists of New England have been focused on the Patriots and whether or not the Super Bowl Champions plotted to let .02 PSI out of footballs, the last-place Red Sox have avoided the spotlight for their 21-26 start.
Tell me which team is owned by the same person who employs Gasper?
Don’t give up on the last place team, but the World Champion can’t be trusted.
In general though, things seem to be swinging around to examining the Red Sox. That will likely change as soon as the next step in Tom Brady’s appeal process takes place, but for now, the Red Sox are back in the spotlight.
Depending on where you listen, the problem is either with the manager or with the Latino players. I’ll let you figure out which is which.
A few views on the current state of the Red Sox:
Why are Red Sox losing? It’s not that complicated – Rob Bradford says that Red Sox aren’t winning because they’re not playing well. Basically.
Solution to Red Sox offense must come from within — and fast – Tim Britton says that the Red Sox need to figure this out themselves.
Eduardo Rodriguez at the head of Red Sox’ class of pitching prospects – Scott Lauber looks at the lefty who will make his MLB debut for the Red Sox tonight in this post from January.
It’s no surprise Eduardo Rodriguez reached majors quickly – Alex Speier has more on the 22-year-old.
Boston Red Sox’s commitment to Rick Porcello through 2019 a concern – as is John Farrell’s deal – Christopher Smith looks at a pair of decisions that could haunt the Red Sox for years to come.
Fire Cherington and Farrell? That’s not going to happen – Peter Abraham references the Patriots after the Kansas City game as hope for these Red Sox.