Author: Caleb Stine

Stine’s Red Sox Weekly Check-Up: Do Your Job

By Caleb Stine Tonight is the biggest game of the Red Sox season outside of the Wild Card.  A win tonight spurs momentum, and allows both Chris Sale and Nathan Eovaldi to be available for series clinchers, depending on Alex Cora’s moves for Game 4. A loss puts the ball in Correa and Co.’s court, […]

Stine’s Weekly Red Sox Check-Up: On We March

By Caleb Stine The Red Sox are World Series Champions.  I mean this both as a cheeky prediction, and a description. For Red Sox fans, the World Series will not be starting October 26th on local Fox affiliates.  It already happened last Tuesday.  Last week, the Gerrit Cole versus Nathan Eovaldi pitching matchup was discussed, […]

Stine’s Weekly Red Sox Check-Up: Make It Count

By Caleb Stine What a weekend.  The American League Wild Card game goes through Boston, as I have always hoped, sometimes thought, and often doubted over these last few months.  This last week was precisely representative of the Red Sox this past year. They came into Tuesday with pressure mounting, and results more-than-obtainable, and lost. […]

Stine’s Red Sox Weekly Check-Up: Win or Worry

By Caleb Stine  Generally, I am not an optimist. I wouldn’t quite consider myself a pessimist either, and I reject the term “realist” due to its subjectivity. My feelings can be full of doom, hope, or caution.  That being said, the Red Sox will still be playing baseball on October 5.  Here, I attempt to […]

Stine’s Red Sox Weekly Check-Up: They’ll be just fine

By Caleb Stine With the Red Sox playing September baseball, every night is a heart attack. No lead is too comfortable, as shown over Labor Day weekend in the 11-10 loss against Tampa Bay, blowing a 7-1 lead with ace Chris Sale on the mound. Conversely, the Red Sox hold 40 comeback wins, representing more […]