... but we'll have more to post over the winter. Now that the Sox season is over, it's time to address other projects around here that are not related to baseball (therefore the lull in the posting activity lately.)
There are still some games going on (hopefully not many Yankees games left.) I know I'll be opining with posts on hot button topics such as maple bats and umpire accountability, book reviews*, box scores from the past, maybe even some cheesecake photos, (but I'll have to check with the editor about that first.) Before you know it the Hot Stove winter meetings will be taking place. And I think there are only about 130 days left before pitchers and catchers report. (Maybe Big Papi should report a month early?) Who will still be with the Sox, who will be new with the Sox, the list goes on, so be sure to check back in with us.
*First up will be "Fifty-nine in '84", by Edward Achorn, the story of Charles 'Old Hoss' Radbourn, who won 59 games for the Providence Grays in 1884.