Peter Gammons of MLB.com joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Felger and Massarotti on Wednesday to discuss the state of the Boston Red Sox.
Why should the Red Sox organization not be considered a mess?
“I totally get the perception,” Gammons said with a laugh. “I don’t think they are because once they get Carl Crawford back, if they do, the team is still going to score a lot of runs. I think the pitching is starting to get to the point where it could be pretty good.”
What has changed to make Terry Francona return to Fenway for the 100th anniversary celebration?
Is there a chance that Kevin Youkilis may have been the snitch on last year’s fried chicken and beer team?
Finally, did Ted Williams actually hit a ball to the red seat in the bleachers? Is it even possible to hit a baseball that far?