Dave Dombrowski

2017 American League East Projections

X-Boston Red Sox 96-66 After a pair of last place finishes in the American League East in 2014 and 2015, the Boston Red Sox were able to bounce back in 2016. The Red Sox would win 93 games en route to claiming the A.L. East Title. The Sox appeared ready to make another a run [...]

Baseball Is Fun Once Again In Boston

From 2003-2008, the Boston Red Sox enjoyed their best run in franchise history since winning four World Series Titles from 1912-1918. The Red Sox would win a pair of World Series Titles in five playoff appearances as they were one of the top teams in Major League Baseball. The Red Sox would again make the [...]

The Tale Of Two Free Agents

After winning the World Series in 2013, the Boston Red Sox took a huge step backwards in 2014 as they finished in last place in the American League East. The Red Sox wanted to immediately return to contention which led team general manager Ben Cherington to dip into free agency. Cherington's journey would lead him [...]

A Closing Title Window

So close, yet so far is the best way to describe the recent history of the Detroit Tigers. After making the playoffs in 1987, the Tigers were dormant for nearly two decades which included them enduring four seasons in which they lost at least 100 games. But in 2006, the Tigers would turn things around [...]