The Boston Red Sox made quite a bit of noise during the second day of Baseball's annual Winter Meetings in National Harbor, Maryland, as they acquired Tyler Thornburg, Chris Sale and Mitch Moreland.
Dad and I know how you feel. And we understand better than anyone how fate can sometimes be cruel, sly and unforgiving. But we also know this: There is magic in October.
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Since most headlines are filled with unadulterated honesty (ahem), it can be very liberating to take one day out of the year and imagine some top stories that could never, ever, ever happen.
This spring the expectations for the Chicago Cubs are through the roof. For the last several days I have been in Arizona where Cub fans are swarming over Phoenix filled with an air of confidence.
Most politicians stump. Donald Trump stomps, especially when he is stumped, as he was when he whined after he didn't know the difference between the Quds and the Kurds or when he lost the Iowa caucuses to Ted Cruz.
I've never been a sports fan, so normally this wouldn't mean much to me. But there I was, living in Massachusetts where the Sox logo shows up on everything from license plates to ice cream boxes.
The Royals proved that every rule has an exception, but it generally doesn't make much sense to focus on building a great bullpen without a worthy rotation.
I was born a Mets fan, and now that I think about it, I just might have been conceived the night they won the World Series in 1969, which was almost exactly nine months before I was born. Mostly, it's been a long slog for my 45 years.
As you get older, a Catholic boy like me comes to realize three depressing things, as he drags his bat back to the dugout after yet another strikeout: God does not distribute hitting abilities evenly among his people, God probably doesn't care about baseball, Maybe there isn't a God.
An irritated Rhode Island citizenry has blocked a bid by the Pawtucket Red Sox, employing very few people and with a mostly seasonal business, to grab valuable public land and erect, with lots of public money, a stadium in downtown Providence, on Route 195-relocation land.
There is a certain swagger and confidence that comes with Jackie Bradley Jr. It was an innate trait that was forged in his hometown of Prince George, Virginia, right outside of Richmond. Despite the swag, he was overlooked coming out of high school even with his considerable talent.
I recently caught up with Ben Mezrich, at his launch party to celebrate his book: "Once Upon a Time in Russia: The Rise of the Oligarchs."