Felger & Massarotti
This is LeBron’s way of keeping the Cavs on their toes, of reminding them that he holds the hammer in this relationship, writes Tony Massarotti.
The Red Sox appear to be in turmoil, but Michael Felger explains why firing manager John Farrell would be the wrong move at the moment.
Felger has been rooting for LeBron in the NBA Finals, but what he saw Thursday night made him sick.
In the dugout and on the field, as everywhere else, perception is reality, and the perception is that the Red Sox are again spiraling out of control.
Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti discussed Game 3 of the NBA Finals, and how underdog Cleveland has thoroughly outplayed the Warriors in this series.
Golden State was supposed to win this series. Instead, the Warriors are now getting their clocks cleaned, writes Tony Massarotti.
With little-to-no salary cap flexibility, the B’s must somehow find a way to keep defenseman Dougie Hamilton, who is seeking big money as a restricted free agent.
Was Sunday’s win just the spark the Red Sox need to turn it all around? Felger and Mazz aren’t convinced just yet, but there was one scene from Sunday’s win that stood out to them.
98.5 The Sports Hub’s James Stewart thinks statistician Bill James deserves a lot of criticism for the construction of this Red Sox roster.
Tony Mazz admits he’s a bit of a pessimist, but in his mind there are 5 things to be happy about concerning the 2015 Red Sox.