The New York Yankees announced today that #3 prospect Deivi Garcia will make his MLB debut. He will start in the 2nd game of today’s double header against the New York Mets.
In what has been an incredibly miserable season for the Red Sox and their fan base, one thing is very clear…… they are going to be selling hard at the deadline. With the deadline just being a couple days away we have already seen the likes of Hembree and Workman shoved out the door (to Philly) by Chaim Bloom. Rumors continue to swirl on who’s next to get a first class ticket to a new city, while nothing seems imminent, from the outside looking in, I can guarantee that things are heating up behind closed doors.
Breaking news: The Red Sox aren’t very good. The season has been borderline unbearable and as Boston prepares for a fire sale at the trade deadline, it’s about to get even uglier. Now, am I advocating for bandwagoning? Not necessarily. However, if you love baseball and want to continue watching the sport into the postseason, it’s hard to stay invested without having a team you’re pulling for. It doesn’t make you any less of a Red Sox fan to have a team you’d like to see win it all in light of the fact that the Red Sox won’t be in the mix.
The Red Sox have decided not to play Thursday night’s game against the Toronto Blue Jays to protest social injustice and police brutality, per Julian McWilliams of The Boston Globe. This decision comes after the NBA saw players decide to boycott all of Wednesday‘s games in support of the cause. Red Sox OF Jackie Bradley …