Starting Friday, the Boston Red Sox and the Houston Astros will face off in the 2021 American League Championship Series. This is of course a rematch from the 2018 ALCS, when the Sox downed the Astros in five games en route to their 9th World Series championship. Two powerhouse franchises going head to head with …
The Boston Red Sox are heading to the ALCS, in the midst of a magical playoff run. Despite all the odds being stacked against them, Boston has defied expectations and is carrying a real “team of destiny” vibe. Funny enough, this isn’t the first Red Sox team to have a crazy run like this, not even the first time in this decade. Anyone else remember the 2013 Red Sox?
Heading into the final week of the regular season, the Boston Red Sox have catapulted themselves into the driver’s seat of the American League Wild Card race. Coming into play on Friday, the Red Sox are riding a seven-game win streak and lead the Yankees by two games for the first Wild Card spot. The Yankees come into Boston after sweeping the Rangers, looking to play catch up to the Red Sox. While this is undoubtedly the most important series of the season thus far, there are other storylines that hover over the Red Sox roster as they push towards the postseason.