Experts that felt the Boston Red Sox were one of the all-time great teams during preseason last year have abandoned ship.
This season experts are looking askance at the Boston Red Sox.
Perhaps it has something to do with playing in a park that was dedicated the day the Titanic sailed into oblivion exactly 100 years ago.
Experts may have also been put off by the new advertising initiative that features a couple of less controversial players talking about how winning takes “everything.”
Last time we checked with Hilary Clinton, it takes a village, you idiots.
The Red Sox may want to return to the thrilling days of the Village Idiots (not the Village People) who won the World Series in 2004.
Since ESPN media experts never like insiders in baseball who know more than they, the sports network dismisses former ESPN expert Bobby Valentine who now thinks ESPN experts are idiots.
Many experts won’t say that Ben Cherington, the new GM of the Sox, has all the old foibles of th...