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The Red Sox played one of the biggest series you can play in the month of April this weekend. The atmosphere and talent level on the field this weekend was nothing short of spectacular. It's great to see the youth movement on both of these teams. Anyways, the problem with... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
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Before I start, I would like to remind everyone that it is only May 1st. That being said, good golly the Nationals look really, really dangerous. The problem with the Nationals in the last couple years has been their inability to put everything together. They have the star names and... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
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The day the Boston Red Sox live up to expectations is the day I can be happy. Because man oh man is this team embarrassing to watch. They're either a top flight team when kicking on all cylinders, or just an abomination out there on the field. Last night the... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
This is not a drill, the Red Sox scored runs for Chris Sale. I know, I know, inconceivable you might say. Had to throw that reference in there but, the Red Sox played well last night. Chris Sale is always Chris Sale, throwing 8 strong innings, striking out 11 and... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
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The Red Sox and the Orioles played game three of their four game set last night in Boston, and this was easily the calmest of the games. That being said, there was a little bit of fireworks early on in the game. Prior to the game, John Farrell and Buck... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
Here at Brushback Baseball Brands, we pride ourselves on our work ethic towards becoming the best. That being said, we also like to work with the best and bring in the best. Which is exactly why we brought in the best of the best to help our company, José Canseco.... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
Sorry for the late write up but, hey being a college student can get busy sometimes. Anyways, the Red Sox have lost Steven Wright for a period of time. #RedSox announced today that RHP Steven Wright will undergo a cartilage restoration procedure in his left knee on Monday, May 8.... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
In case you don't know who Cody Bellinger is, just watch this and you'll realize why I'm writing about him. So yeah, this can swing it with the best of them. Bellinger was almost a no-name prospect 3 years ago in the Dodger system. A 4th round draft pick in... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
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Oh the Minnesota Twins, just what the doctor ordered. If you look at the AL Central standings, you'll see the Twins firmly cemented in second place. Don't believe it. The Twins took an absolute beatdown by the Red Sox this weekend. The Red Sox took two of three and here... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
Slow day at the office er, I mean campus here. The Red Sox have a game later today which I'll wrap up tomorrow. But for now, let's divulge into the ever lasting issue of who plays where? Because I don't have the answer. But, thats not gonna stop me from... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
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Alright and we're back. Been a long week here at school so forgive me for not getting the last couple of blogs back. But with that being said, I'm here to give a full recap of the last three games against the Milwaukee Brewers. Let's get it! The first game... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
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The Red Sox, fresh off a road trip to Milwaukee and Minnesota came home to host the Tampa Bay Rays. And here I am to recap this series starting on Friday night. Friday: Rick Porcello took on Alex Cobb at Fenway Park and had himself a day. Porcello went 6... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
So, would like to say I'm a die hard Red Sox fan. But, Derek Jeter will always go down as one of my favorite players. There's an amount of respect for him that every baseball fan has for him. Derek Jeter will go down as one of the greatest to... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
I've finally said it. It took 37 games, but damnit, the Red Sox suck. And last night was the epitome of the Boston Red Sox. The game didn't start off to horrible, but it got worse and got worse fast. Drew Pomeranz started this game, and that's all he did.... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
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We all know Mike Trout is the best player in baseball. Sorry Bryce Harper, love you to death but, Trout is head and shoulders above the competition. Yet, for as damn good as he is, he's underrated. Trout plays for an average to below average Los Angeles Angels team. Because... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
What's up, Brushback Baseball fans? This is Matt Rodolakis, or as many of you probably know me, Rody. I just want to start by giving a quick shoutout and a big thank you to Danny and JMack for letting me write some blogs for you wonderful people to enjoy (hopefully).... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
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Last night the Red Sox took on the Cardinals for the first time in St. Louis since the 2013 World Series Championship. Need a reminder? Don't worry I'm here. Eduardo Rodriguez took the mound for the Red Sox against Lance Lynn for the Cardinals. And all ERod did was turn... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
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Hellllloooo ladies and gentlemen, here's our second late night thoughts with JMack segment, and tonight's is brought to you by Jose Bautista. Remember when the Blue Jays really sucked? No, well you can read my blog on that right here. Oh yeah, a self plug on the second sentence of... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
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Oh baby. Who stayed up for this 15 inning marathon? Because I know I did. Jokes on you, I was only up until 10:30, West Coast best coast. What a great game. Rick Porcello took the mound against Mike Leake and we were off at 7:15. Porcello had a tough... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
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What's up everyone, sorry for the lack of blogs but, been a busy weekend here in the dirty Eug. Yes, still in school, thanks Oregon. Anyways, the Red Sox took on the Oakland Athletics for a four game series which started last Thursday. The Athletics, one of the worst teams... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
Hey y'all (see, using y'all because Joey Gallo plays for the Rangers. I know, I'm awful)! So, let's introduce Joey Gallo to those who don't know him. Joey Gallo, from Las Vegas, was a renowned prospect from Bishop Gorman High School. He was named the Nevada Gatorade High School Baseball... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
In late August of 2012 the Red Sox were in a far from enviable position. Coming off of a September collapse of epic proportions the year before, including the dreaded chicken and beer incident, the Sox were staggering their way through the dumpster fire that was The Bobby Valentine Season.... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
The Boston Red Sox started a 3 game series against the Texas Rangers last night. Sending Rick Porcello to the mound to square off against Andrew Cashner of the Rangers. This game started a string of crucial matchups for the Red Sox, sitting only one game over .500. Let's get... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
It was Chris Sale Day across Red Sox nation, and the whole world was watching. Sale was trying to break his own record with consecutive starts with 10+K's. This time, he came up a little short. Sale was dominant, again, throwing 7.1 strong innings, allowing 3 runs and "only" striking... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs
Remember when the Red Sox had arguably the best farm system in all of baseball? Yeah, me too. It wasn't long ago that Theo Epstein and Ben Cherington built a farm that routinely turned out stars and productive big-leaguers. That was before Dealin' Dave Dombrowski came to town and traded... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2018 at Brushback Baseball Blogs