Posts From Jordan Leandre

Leandre: It’s Broke, Please Fix it

The Red Sox have surged in recent weeks, improving their record to 27-23.

However, it seems to be in no thanks to the leadoff guy Andrew Benintendi.

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Report: Nationals May Look to Trade Ace

In what may be shocking to some, the Washington Nationals enter play on Wednesday in fourth place in the NL East at 19-29.

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Are We Really Upset About Marchand’s Answers?

Even with the Bruins advancing to the Eastern Conference Finals against the Carolina Hurricanes, we sit here two days post-Game 6 talking about the “antics” of Brad Marchand. What is absolutely mind-boggling about this is the fact that Marchand did

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Potential Landing Spots for Matt Kemp

In what was perhaps a shocking move out of Cincinnati, the Reds have released veteran outfielder Matt Kemp. In 20 games for the Reds, Kemp slashed an abysmal .200/.210/.283 with just one home run and five runs batted in. So

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Report: Red Sox to Start Smith in Series Opener

The Boston Red Sox have announced that 31-year-old right-hander Josh Smith will toe the slab at Camden Yards on Monday. Smith has made one appearance in 2019, working one scoreless inning against the White Sox on Friday night. Prior to

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Michael Chavis: Red Sox Savior

There’s a noticeable trend that takes place every year a veteran team with high expectations endures a long stretch of mediocre play.

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Wake up, Sox Fans: April Matters

Abysmal. Embarrassing. Lethargic. Just a few words that can be used to describe the month of April for the Boston Red Sox. But don’t worry guys, it’s only April! These games don’t even matter, right?! What absolutely grinds my gears

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Gordon Hayward Came Back at the Right Time

A huge fuss had been made over the inconsistencies of Gordon Hayward during year one post-ankle surgery, and rightfully so.

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Isaiah Thomas: The Man Celtics Fans Didn’t Deserve

It wasn’t a matter of if the Celtics would honor Isaiah, it was a matter of when. And when was established at the first TV timeout in the first quarter, when the Celtics honored Thomas on the jumbotron for the entirety of the timeout.

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Patriots Trade Target: Emmanuel Ogbah

The Patriots don’t have a surplus of money to spend this offseason, and could definitely benefit from having as much depth in their front-seven as possible. As a result, the 275-pound defensive end could be on the radar for New England.

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