The 1975 Boston Red Sox and Cincinnati Reds team sets are absolute musts for 1970s baseball card collectors. Not only did the two teams engage in one of the most memorable World Series to date, but the sets include some of the top players from the ‘70s -- including Hall of Famers, the all-time hits … Continue reading Looking at 1975 World Series Through Red Sox and Reds 1975 Topps Set
Five years into his career, Mookie Betts has emerged as an annual MVP candidate and is on track to become one of the best players in Red Sox history. As a result, the 25-year-old face of the Red Sox is the talk of the sports collectibles hobby. Although his rookie cards are extremely popular today, … Continue reading Mookie Betts: MVP Candidate, Red Sox Great
By 1940, Doerr was a key member of a potent Red Sox lineup that included Williams, Jimmie Foxx, and Joe Cronin. The man Williams called “the silent leader” hit a robust .291 with 22 homers and 105 RBI -- impressive numbers for a second baseman of any time period.
J.D. Martinez is exactly the player the Red Sox need to separate themselves from the AL wild-card contenders, while keeping pace with the power-driven Yankees offense. The Red Sox are banking on Martinez to fill the void created by the retirement of David Ortiz. If Martinez produces as expected, the Red Sox will be championship … Continue reading J.D. Martinez: Exactly What The Red Sox Need
Random thoughts as the Red Sox settle into spring training … Kudos to the Red Sox for not bidding against themselves to sign J.D. Martinez. With the Red Sox being the only viable bidder, Martinez seems to need the Red Sox more than the Red Sox need Martinez, whose opposite-field swing may not play well … Continue reading Red Sox Playing Smart with JD Martinez; Yanks Team To Beat, but Sox Will Contend
Baseball’s greatest right fielders have the most powerful and accurate arms. They play shallow and charge the ball with aggression, preventing runners from taking an extra base. A great right fielder is an intimidator, able to change the complexion of a game with aggressive play. Offensively, the great ones typically anchor a lineup with power … Continue reading Dwight Evans Belongs in Hall of Fame Alongside Roberto Clemente
Three weeks into his major league career, Rafael Devers has risen from Red Sox savior to rookie phenom. National attention has made his early baseball cards must haves for rookie card collectors. In desperate need for a power hitting third baseman, the Red Sox turned to Devers instead of acquiring a veteran slugger. The … Continue reading Rookie Phenom Devers Powers Sox