In honor of the Red Sox first victory over the Yankees for the 2012 season, I’ve made a few changes to the way things look on here.
Most notably, things don’t look completely like crap anymore. That’s the biggest change.
Actually, it’s the only change. I don’t see the point in spending too much time trying to delve into the in’s and out’s of a Spring Training game, mainly because it’s Spring Training. It’s obviously nice to see Michael Bowden pitching well thus far, but it’s going to be an entirely different story when the real games start, and he’s not throwing to a 35% interested Alex Rodriguez.
I have much more time on my hands this week, as I’m taking a few days off work, so expect my usual helping of less than insightful one-liners later as we inch toward the weekend.
In the meantime, here’s the new manager of the Boston Red Sox, explaining how he invented the wrap sandwich in 1980. History is made every day, folks.