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Friday, December 06, 2019

Scar Tissue - By Bobby Jenks

She snapped some pictures with her phone and then showed me that the bottom of my incision, about three-fourths of an inch of it, had burst open. That’s where the fluid was coming from. And it was just flowing out, too. It was constant — almost like a faucet that had been opened just a tiny, little bit. When we were able to get a look, we saw that it wasn’t blood. It was this weird clear liquid.

Neither of us knew what to do at that point. We couldn’t get ahold of the doctor who’d performed the surgery, so we just kept bandaging me up. But we needed to change the dressing on my incision a bunch of times because it just wouldn’t stop leaking fluid. I had to wake up three or four times that night to switch out the gauze, and the next morning I decided I needed to get looked at by a doctor.

I drove over to one of those little medical clinics they have everywhere now, and as soon as the doctor in that place saw me, he took immediate action. It was like, “I’m calling the hospital right now. Go home and pack some things, and then I need you to get to the emergency room….

“Mr. Jenks … you’re leaking spinal fluid.”


Thursday, December 05, 2019


Sunday, December 01, 2019

Red Sox among five teams under pressure for MLB hot-stove splash

Red Sox: They won it all in 2018, missed the playoffs in 2019, fired Dave Dombrowski (head of their baseball operations), have a manager in Alex Cora who might be tied up in the Astros’ electronic pitch-stealing scandal from when he was their bench coach in 2017, owners calling for major pay reductions, and a great, popular homegrown player in his prime in Betts, who has given no indications he will re-sign in Boston before free agency.

So Chaim Bloom, who replaced Dombrowski, has a full plate at what feels like a pivotal moment for the organization to try not to get so caught up in maximizing this year’s team as to mess up the near future. Can Bloom trade Price or Eovaldi? What can be gotten for Betts, whose value is hurt by having just one year of control and a 2020 salary that will at least approach $30 million?

Jim Furtado Posted: December 01, 2019 at 09:34 AM | 0 comment(s)
  Beats: angels, nationals, phillies, red sox, twins

Friday, November 08, 2019

Report: Red Sox trading Jackie Bradley Jr. ‘all but certain’

Chaim Bloom will be put to the test right away this offseason as the Boston Red Sox’ new Chief Baseball Officer.

The Mookie Betts contract situation is enough to give any front office executive a headache, but one under-the-radar storyline in Boston this offseason will be what Bloom and the Red Sox brass decide to do about center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr.

Bradley is set to hit free agency after next season and will make $11 million in the final year of his contract. As the Red Sox look to shed payroll, they could look to deal their Gold Glove center fielder and find a more cost-effective replacement. In fact, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic believes it’s “all but certain” Boston will look to trade Bradley.

Will he be taking the Jackpot Wad with him when he goes?

 

QLE Posted: November 08, 2019 at 12:46 AM | 72 comment(s)
  Beats: jackie bradley jr., red sox, trade rumors

Thursday, November 07, 2019

Mookie Betts, Red Sox have not discussed contract extension

With J.D. Martinez not opting out of his Red Sox contract, all eyes now are on Mookie Betts.

Martinez’s commitment to Boston for 2020 adds to the speculation the Red Sox could choose to trade their superstar right fielder if the two sides can’t come to terms on a contract extension. Betts is set to become an unrestricted free agent after next season, and Sox president Sam Kennedy has admitted “it will be difficult” to keep both sluggers on the roster.

On Wednesday, Kennedy said the two sides have not discussed a possible extension yet this offseason.

“I’m sure we’ll have conversations at the appropriate time,” Kennedy said according to Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com.

It’s always something to watch a train wreck in slow motion, isn’t it?

 

QLE Posted: November 07, 2019 at 01:22 AM | 21 comment(s)
  Beats: mookie betts, red sox

Tuesday, November 05, 2019

J.D. Martinez doesn’t opt out of contract with Red Sox

J.D. Martinez did not opt out of his contract with the Boston Red Sox.

By remaining with the Red Sox, Martinez can earn $62.5 million over the next three years: $23.75 million for 2020 and $19,375,000 for both 2021 and 2022. He also has the option to opt out after each of the next two seasons, as long as he does not spend a lengthy period on the injured list.

“J.D. has advised me that his decision is about assuring that he plays for a competitive team and wanting to continue to play in a place where he knows that he can be highly productive,” Scott Boras, Martinez’s agent, told The Boston Globe.

Over the past three seasons, Martinez leads the league in home runs with 124 and is second in RBIs at 339, batting average at .313, slugging percentage at .619 and OPS at 1.007 over that span.

This should make the Red Sox’s financial planning,,,,interesting, to say the least…..

 

QLE Posted: November 05, 2019 at 12:14 AM | 14 comment(s)
  Beats: j.d. martinez, opt-outs, red sox

Monday, November 04, 2019

Castillo declines to opt out of Red Sox contract

BOSTON (AP) — To the surprise of no one, outfielder Rusney Castillo declined to opt out of his contract with the Boston Red Sox and will remain in their minor league system.

Castillo agreed to a $72.5 million, seven-year contract in 2014 and has not appeared in a major league game since 2016. He could have voided the final season of his deal, which calls for a $13.5 million salary, and become a free agent.

And one of baseball’s strangest games of chicken continues onward.

 

QLE Posted: November 04, 2019 at 12:41 AM | 17 comment(s)
  Beats: opt-outs, red sox, rusney castillo

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Chaim Bloom’s Rays pioneered the opener — could it be a regular sight for Red Sox in 2020?

Baseball purists shudder at the mere mention of the “The Opener,” the concept of using a reliever for an inning or two before handing the ball off to the rest of the bullpen. It was pioneered by the Tampa Bay Rays during the tenure of new Red Sox chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom, and to great success.

Of the 14 pitchers to make a start for the Rays last year, 11 of them also pitched in relief. All-Star Charlie Morton, defending Cy Young Award winner Blake Snell, and breakout candidate Tyler Glasnow were the only Rays used exclusively as starters.

The results have produced some statistical oddities. Former Red Sox farmhand Jalen Beeks pitched over 100 innings despite making only three starts last year, right-hander Ryan Yarbrough has more wins (27) than starts (20) over the last two seasons, and right-hander Ryan Stanek accounted for only two decisions despite making 27 starts in 2019. But there’s no arguing the bottom line, with Tampa cracking 90 wins in each of the last two seasons.

With Bloom taking over in Boston, a natural question is if we should expect to see more openers. He’s not going there, yet, though he may not have a choice.

Notes on a continuing pitching trend.

 

QLE Posted: October 30, 2019 at 01:07 AM | 0 comment(s)
  Beats: chaim bloom, opener, red sox

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Chaim Bloom, Red Sox brass address Mookie Betts’ future in Boston

Chaim Bloom has plenty on his plate as he takes the Chief Baseball Officer title for the Red Sox, and figuring out the future of Mookie Betts is right at the top of the list.

Betts is entering the final year of his Red Sox contract and there hasn’t been any indication the two sides are remotely close to coming to terms on an extension. All signs point toward the 2018 American League MVP being prepared to test out free agency in 2020, which brings into question whether the team could look to trade the face of their franchise.

During Bloom’s introductory press conference on Monday, the 36-year-old was peppered with several questions regarding the direction of the organization. Predictably, a number of those questions were Betts-related, but Bloom opted not to get into specifics during his first day on the job.

“Just having gotten here, obviously I come in with some information having competed against this team for a long time,” Bloom said. “There’s a lot I don’t know and a lot I’m still learning.”

There’s a team in the Bay Area that would be willing to talk- and they have a player that might excite the older fan base…..

 

QLE Posted: October 29, 2019 at 12:50 AM | 22 comment(s)
  Beats: chaim bloom, mookie betts, red sox

Friday, October 25, 2019

Chaim Bloom may be emerging as favorite for Red Sox GM job

The Red Sox may be on the verge of finding Dave Dombrowski’s replacement.

The Sox have interviewed Rays Vice-President of Baseball Operations Chaim Bloom for the job of their next chief decision-maker when it comes to baseball matters. The 36-year-old has been working hand in hand with Tampa Bay GM Erik Neander to oversee all functions of baseball operations for the Rays since 2016.

Bloom has been with the Rays for 15 years, taking the role of Director of Baseball Operations in 2011 before moving up to one of the top spots in the Tampa Bay front office when then-President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman moved on to the Dodgers in 2014.

Any thoughts on this from either the Rays or Red Sox observers among us?

 

QLE Posted: October 25, 2019 at 12:47 AM | 24 comment(s)
  Beats: chaim bloom, general manager, rays, red sox

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Idea of Red Sox going with internal candidates may be gaining steam

This is the John Henry quote from just a few days before the end of the regular season that so many keep pivoting to:

“This is a challenging offseason. So, to put one of the (internal) candidates you keep bringing up in charge and responsible for that, that’s sort of a tough way to start your career as a general manager. So, we are starting the search looking outward.”

And so they did look outward. The view, however, may have been a bit foggier than anticipated. No Theo Epstein. No Mike Hazen. No Andrew Friedman.

Now Red Sox ownership may be ultimately realizing its ultimate solution toward finding Dave Dombrowski’s was already inside the building.

While team officials remain mum on the interviewing/hiring process, the rumblings throughout the baseball world have more to do with how no names from outside the organization are being tied to the job. There is a growing belief that the foundation of the Red Sox’ baseball decision-making process will land back where it started, with some sort of chain of command that involves current executives Eddie Romero, Brian O’Halloran, Zack Scott and Raquel Ferreira.

 

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: October 16, 2019 at 01:13 PM | 6 comment(s)
  Beats: red sox

Saturday, October 12, 2019

MLB Rumors: Curt Schilling Interested in Phillies Manager, Red Sox Coaching Job

Former MLB All-Star pitcher Curt Schilling is reportedly interested in interviewing to become the Philadelphia Phillies manager or Boston Red Sox pitching coach.

Bob Nightengale of USA Today reported the three-time World Series champion would “love” to get involved in the game again, according to friends close to Schilling.

 

QLE Posted: October 12, 2019 at 12:04 AM | 22 comment(s)
  Beats: curt schilling, managerial search, phillies, red sox

Friday, October 11, 2019

The perfect Red Sox GM candidate just became a free agent—Dodgers boss Andrew Friedman

The shocking elimination of the Dodgers in Game 5 of the NLDS on Wednesday creates an opening for the Red Sox to pursue their white whale—Andrew Friedman.

L.A.‘s president of baseball operations is widely considered the shrewdest executive in the game, and he has built a juggernaut out west, with the Dodgers simultaneously cutting payroll and competing for World Series titles on an annual basis.

His contract happens to be up, and there’s some unease about why he hasn’t yet agreed to an extension. A couple of weeks ago, all involved expressed optimism to the L.A. Times that Friedman would return, albeit in less than absolute terms; president Stan Kasten said he was “pretty confident” Friedman would be back.

And if he’s not? Expect the Red Sox to be first in line.

I don’t know- given the impression we’ve been getting as for why there is an opening in the first place, Friedman’s track record on a certain matter, and the ways in which the local fan base has been behaving in the last decade-and-a-half, this could backfire pretty quickly…..

 

QLE Posted: October 11, 2019 at 12:58 AM | 39 comment(s)
  Beats: andrew friedman, general managers, red sox

Wednesday, October 09, 2019

Dana LeVangie out as Red Sox pitching coach amid offseason shakeup

The Boston Red Sox’ offseason facelift continues.

The Red Sox announced a number of coaching changes Tuesday, most notably that pitching coach Dana LeVangie has been re-assigned to a pro scouting position with Boston.

....

LeVangie took over as Red Sox pitching coach in November 2017, and he and Bannister oversaw a Boston rotation that pitched very well in 2018 en route to a World Series title.

But that rotation went off the rails in 2019, posting a collective 4.95 ERA that ranked 20th in baseball and was a big reason why the Red Sox missed the playoffs.

And the personnel changes continue….

 

QLE Posted: October 09, 2019 at 01:22 AM | 4 comment(s)
  Beats: dana levangie, red sox

Sunday, October 06, 2019


The Sunday Baseball Column: How we should view J.D. Martinez | WEEI

He’s a really great DH but he’s still a DH. I’m fine with them bringing him back for what’s on his current contract. I wouldn’t like to see them make a higher salary/longer commitment to him.

Get the picture? Call Martinez anything you want, but don’t you suggest to Boras he is a designated hitter. Because if you did classify the righty hitter as just a DH than that would make the idea of the $62.5 million committed to the 32-year-old by the Red Sox a fairly reasonable rate.

But Boras believes teams should view Martinez as something more. Now comes the interesting part: Can he make the rest of baseball commit to the same vision?

Jim Furtado Posted: October 06, 2019 at 10:25 AM | 21 comment(s)
  Beats: j.d. martinez, red sox

Mookie Betts removed from Red Sox season ticket web page

Are the Red Sox sending a not-so-subtle hint about Mookie Betts’ future in Boston to prospective season ticket holders?

When you visit the portion of the team website seeking new season-ticket buyers, the illustration on the web page shows Rafael Devers, Xander Bogaerts and Chris Sale.

Barstool Sports’ Jared Carrabis pointed out earlier this week that Betts had been removed from the illustration. The Red Sox All-Star right fielder and 2018 AL MVP, the subject of much trade speculation as the team prepares to shed payroll this offseason, actually appeared on the page in mid-August. By last week, Eduardo Rodriguez had replaced him. The current graphic has Sale on the left. 

Just like the others pictured on the page, Betts isn’t a free agent…yet. Bogaerts and Sale have signed long-term extensions and the Sox are reportedly ready to talk about an extension with Devers. Betts? He’ll likely receive more than $30 million for the 2020 season in arbitration then command a long-term deal of $300 million or more when he tests the free-agent market after next season.

If we’re going to watch the Red Sox bizarrely melt down, can’t chicken and beer be involved somehow?

 

QLE Posted: October 06, 2019 at 01:06 AM | 42 comment(s)
  Beats: mookie betts, red sox

Tuesday, October 01, 2019

Red Sox expect to increase ticket prices in 2020

Tickets in the secondary market were cheaper than I ever remember seeing. Considering that the Red Sox sell tickets through this market, I wouldn’t have expected a ticket price increase for next season.

The Red Sox froze ticket prices ahead of the 2012, 2013 and 2015 seasons.

Over the last four years, ticket prices have gone up 1.4 percent, 2.9 percent., 2.5 percent and 2.5 percent, respectively. In that time, the payroll has been around $204 million, $192 million, $239 million and $240 million, respectively.

Jim Furtado Posted: October 01, 2019 at 10:05 AM | 11 comment(s)
  Beats: red sox, ticket prices

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Red Sox plan to slash payroll

A year ago the Boston Red Sox were finishing up a 108-win season and were about to buzz through the playoffs and win the World Series, completing perhaps the greatest season in team history. Today their owner announced that he intended to slash payroll.

That’s the word directly from Sox owner John Henry, who told reporters that he wants the club’s payroll to be below the first threshold of the Competitive Balance Tax.  Currently their payroll for CBT purposes is just under $242 million. The first level threshold for the CBT in 2020 will be $208 million. Which means they’ll have to cut around $20 million while still giving raises to players in arbitration, seeing certain players under contracts get raises per their terms and acquiring new players.

Some of the work on that cutting will happen automatically. As Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe notes, the team will lose around $56.2 million with Rick Porcello hitting free agency and Pablo Sandoval‘s, Steve Pearce‘s, Mitch Moreland‘s and Eduardo Núñez’s salaries coming off the books. Abraham identifies a few other players unlikely to return — Bock Holt, Sandy León, and Steven Wright — who will save the Sox another $7 million in change. Heck, even count Dustin Pedroia‘s salary going down $2 million if you want to. Assuming Abraham’s identified cuts at least, the Sox will start with a $179.2 million figure, leaving around $26 million to spend.

Of course, the Sox still have to field a team in 2020 and thus still have some choices to make. And they may have some choices made for them.

There will, of course, be people who will defend this- but good luck being able to explain them to the rest of us…..

 

QLE Posted: September 28, 2019 at 12:26 AM | 52 comment(s)
  Beats: cheap owners, red sox

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Amid the Red Sox speculation, there’s an intriguing name: Theo Epstein

Yet there is one star-caliber executive who, above all, continues to maintain intrigue as a subject of speculation: Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein. While the 45-year-old Epstein — who remains under contract with the Cubs through 2021 — represents an obvious potential target for the Sox given both his record of success and his upbringing in and near Fenway Park, it’s also fair to wonder whether either or both sides might be open to exploring the possibility (or if the Cubs would permit such a conversation)....

The team seems unlikely to limit itself to those with Red Sox ties. There are numerous potential candidates, whether it’s ex-Sox executives such as Arizona assistant GMs Jared Porter and Amiel Sawdaye, Cubs GM Jed Hoyer and VP Jason McLeod, or Mets assistant GM Allard Baird, or those with no prior experience working for the Sox, such as Rays senior VP Chaim Bloom or Brewers assistant GM Matt Arnold.

Multiple industry sources are convinced the Red Sox also will want to see if they have a chance of reeling in some of the biggest fish in the executive seas. Given that the team is forever in win-now mode, the idea of finding an executive with a known track record is significant.

But there’s skepticism in the game that several of the executives with such a track record — Arizona’s Mike Hazen (the former Red Sox executive who just signed an extension with the Diamondbacks); Oakland’s Billy Beane and David Forst; Chris Antonetti and Mike Chernoff in Cleveland; Andrew Friedman of the Dodgers; or Jeff Luhnow of the Astros — would leave their jobs to pursue another that is increasingly perceived as unstable.

 

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: September 25, 2019 at 09:48 AM | 18 comment(s)
  Beats: red sox

Sunday, September 22, 2019

Olney: Why nobody might want to be Boston’s GM ($)

Two World Series titles in six years, and two executives—with two very different personalities, operating very differently—both dismissed. These decisions loosely frame the industry perception of the Red Sox as a chaotic company, a miserable place to work. Boston owner John Henry needs to understand this, because it is why some of the people he’d probably love to consider as possible replacements for Dombrowski privately dismiss the idea out of hand.

They saw what happened to Cherington. They saw what happened to Dombrowski.

In fact, a wide-held view in other front offices is that the highly respected and well-liked Red Sox president Sam Kennedy stands as a thin buffer between the team devolving to the level of the Mets, the team generally regarded by rival executives as baseball’s model for dysfunction. “If Sam ever walked away,” said one official, “the whole thing would be a complete mess.”

 

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: September 22, 2019 at 05:58 PM | 38 comment(s)
  Beats: red sox

How did World Series champions who missed the subsequent postseason respond the year after?

With a loss to the Rays and an Indians win over the Phillies, the Red Sox were officially eliminated from playoff contention in a season following their World Series championship.

Boston has won 4 titles in the last 15 years, a mark no other team has matched in the same time frame. But the last two times the Red Sox have won it all, they failed to make it past September the following season.

After winning the World Series in 2013 with a magical bearded run following the Boston Marathon bombings, the Red Sox finished with a 71-91 record, which was good for last place in the AL East. They followed up 2004’s championship with a first-round sweep to the eventual champion White Sox and then fell to the Rays in Game 7 of the ALCS in 2008.

Fortunately for the Red Sox, it’s become pretty common for a World Series hangover to last an entire season after the fact. Boston is now the 10th team since 2000 to miss the postseason after hoisting that World Series trophy.

There’s at least one major factual error in this article- can you spot it?

 

QLE Posted: September 22, 2019 at 12:50 AM | 13 comment(s)
  Beats: missing the playoffs, red sox, world series

Saturday, September 21, 2019

Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa remaining with Red Sox

The Red Sox aren’t fully cleaning house of Dave Dombrowski’s top lieutenants—Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa has agreed to remain with the organization, per an industry source.

La Russa arrived as a special assistant to Dombrowski, but he ingratiated himself to the entire baseball operations department. A constant presence at Fenway Park and a frequent observer on the road, La Russa served not only as a sounding board for manager Alex Cora, but anyone in the organization who wanted to draw on his 56 years of big league experience.

Wait- this doesn’t mean he’ll end up being the one calling the shots in practice, does it?

 

QLE Posted: September 21, 2019 at 01:04 AM | 7 comment(s)
  Beats: red sox, tony la russa

Friday, September 20, 2019

LEADING OFF: Braves set to clinch, Red Sox near elimination

POPPIN’

Ronald Acuña Jr. and the Braves are poised to break out the bubbly, with a magic number of one to clinch their second straight NL East title. They can celebrate when Mike Foltynewicz (7-5, 4.80 ERA) starts at SunTrust Park against San Francisco. A win by Atlanta or a loss by second-place Washington at Miami will seal it.

At 21, Acuña will be able to take part in a champagne toast. The star outfielder with 40 home runs wasn’t yet of legal age when the Braves won the division a year ago.

“They wouldn’t let me drink because I was a minor,” Acuña recalled, breaking into a big smile. “This year, it’s going to be different. I’m looking forward to it.”

 

QLE Posted: September 20, 2019 at 12:25 AM | 0 comment(s)
  Beats: braves, jose ramirez, lorenzo cain, pennant race, red sox

Boston Red Sox dismiss Frank Wren, VP of player personnel and one of ex-boss Dave Dombrowski’s top a

The Red Sox have dismissed Frank Wren, senior VP of player personnel and one of former president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski’s top assistants. The organization also didn’t renew special assignment scout Eddie Bane’s contract.

Dombrowski hired Wren on Sept. 25, 2015. He had worked under Dombrowski in the Marlins front office. They were both there in 1997 for the Marlins’ first World Series title.

Wren worked as Orioles GM in 1999 and Atlanta’s GM from 2007-14.

Note to self: Send a copy of my CV to the Red Sox- it feels like it’s worth a shot, at least….

 

QLE Posted: September 20, 2019 at 12:13 AM | 0 comment(s)
  Beats: eddie bane, firings, frank wren, red sox

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