In a press conference with reporters on Monday, former Red Sox star Mookie Betts didn’t back peddle when it came to his decision to turn down the reported $300 million contract extension he received from Boston.
On Monday night, the Major League Baseball schedule was released on MLB Network for the 60-game season kicking off on July 23 with two prime time matchups headlines by the New York Yankees and the Washington Nationals.
The Boston Red Sox are set to begin their on-field activities on Friday at Fenway Park and while they aren’t favorites to be playing in October, if a few things can go their way then we might be getting a surprise this fall.
As you all know by now, the New England Patriots have a new quarterback under center in Cam Newton. While some people seemingly believe that Jarrett Stidham might still have the advantage to get the quarterback job due to his familiarity with the system, they certainly are not in the majority.
It’s July 1st and that means today the players report to Fenway Park to begin “Summer Camp” with on-field activities beginning on Friday. Before those activities start up, players will need to test negative for COVID-19.