It didn't involve Aaron Boone, Bill Buckner or Bucky Dent, but Wednesday may still go down as one of the worst days in Boston Red Sox history.
To recap: Almost every member of the team was flamed — possibly by management — in a controversial Boston Globe article, the two-time World Series GM bolted to Chicago and longtime DH David Ortiz capped it all off by saying he's thinking of bolting to another team via free agency.
Maybe even the New York Yankees.
Wait a minute. Big Papi? On the Yankees?
Yup. In a sitdown interview with ESPN's Colleen Dominguez, Ortiz said that "there's too much drama" surrounding the Red Sox and that he doesn't know "if I want to be part of this drama for next year."
Though he didn't directly say he wants to land with Boston's biggest rival, Ortiz did laud the pinstripes. It seems he admires the way the Yankees have not completely imploded after their season ended in the ALDS last week.
From ESPN Boston:
"It's great from what I hear," Ortiz said of the Yank...