Fresh from the Oven
The 2008 Blame Cake Is Done ... Bon Appetite!
Beckett Was a Bust from the Gut-Go to Game 2
Mike Timlin's 11th Inning Farewell Stop Brought to You By Terry Francona
Henry, Werner, Lucchino Mishandled Manny in the Spring, and Lost Badly in the Fall
The Captain Was What They Said He'd Be by the 4th Year of That Contract
Bad Contracts Galore: The Shape of Things Today Is Papi Inc. Has Become Too Big
Stolen Summer: Manny Ramirez Quit and Spit on His Town and Team
Your Turn: Who Do You Blame?
Mazz Has the 5 Biggest Offseason Questions for the Sox
Touching All the Bases: Listening in on Tito's Exit Rants
Boston Sports Blog: Designated Option
Eric Wilbur: "... Do you dare try to trade David Ortiz? Allow yourself to forget about the past, an inherent must in looking to the future. Put aside the memories, the plaque honoring him as the Greatest Clutch Hitter in Red Sox History. Forget about 2004, the 54-home run season, and the constant reflections of "He did it again," and rewind to your most recent memories of Ortiz, a 2008 season that was subpar by his lofty standards, indeed, and a postseason that gave a quick glimpse of his past in Game 5 of the ALCS, but little else." -- 10.22.08, Eric Wilbur, Boston Sports Blog