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Plainly put – the next general manager/president of baseball operations for the Red Sox is porked

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer Talk about going from the penthouse to the outhouse.  Just a little over a year ago the Red Sox seemed as if they were on the verge of opening a run where they could be in a position to be the team to beat in the American League for the foreseeable future, and multiple World Series titles were almost certainly in their...
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The Red Sox message to Mookie this offseason should be a simple one, take the money or we are moving on

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer As the Red Sox rested prior to a three-game weekend set at Fenway Park against the Orioles on Thursday, WEEI’s Rob Bradford took a rather disturbing rickshaw ride with the Boston Globe’s Alex Speier to discuss his new book “Hometown” that hit the store shelves earlier this week. During their odd journey around the Fens the subject of Mookie Betts...
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Dombrowski did his job but his time in Boston has passed – Henry needs an architect, not a spendthrift for the Sox future

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer Since Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski chose to fiddle while his defending World Series championship club continued to burn at the MLB trade deadline almost two weeks ago – or worse yet, had his hands tied by John Henry and the rest of ownership leading up to the July 31st date – his squad has chosen to...
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The arrogant approach the Sox took in the spring has resulted in a lost season for a team that had legitimate chance to repeat

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer “Turn out the lights, the party’s over.” – Willie Nelson When it comes to the 2019 Boston Red Sox, the party never really began as they lollygagged into the pathetic excuse for a World Series title defense that has been this lost season. The warning signs pointing towards the disaster that has been the first four months-plus of the slog through...
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