Felger & Massarotti
Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti in Sin City. What could go wrong?
Through three weeks of the season, it’s clear the Red Sox do not have an ace.
Tony Massarotti has a question for the Winston apologists: are you people serious? On the list of quarterbacking tools, the head is most important.
James Stewart takes stock of the Red Sox 13 games into the season, and passes along a few Bruins thoughts as well as the team searches for a new general manager.
Felger & Massarotti have seen too many Big Papi tantrums at the plate.
Hanley Ramirez hasn’t exactly shown much urgency out in left field for the Red Sox.
Instead of rooting for Stephen Curry or James Harden to win the MVP, root for one of them to win the championship.
While losing by 10 runs is never a good thing, what Felger & Mazz found more concerning was how starting pitcher Clay Buchholz showed himself on the mound in defeat.
One Stanley Cup win and another Cup Finals appearance. It was a nice run for the Bruins, but it’s over for the head coach and general manager, says Mike Felger.
Golf is a game of discipline and control, and Woods long ago taught us that he lost the reins on both.