Red Sox lose Xander Bogaerts in free agency, Blue Jays are “comfortable waiting” to make moves, and more

News and Notes: Red Sox lose Xander Bogaerts in free agency, Blue Jays are “comfortable waiting” to make moves, and more On the same day the New York Yankees re-signed Aaron Judge to the biggest contract in franchise history, the Boston Red Sox opted to move on from another member of their 2018 World Series-winning … Read more

Milwaukee Brewers Trade Candidates: Outfield

Brew Crew Ball continues to look at potential ways the Milwaukee Brewers could improve their lineup through a trade. Today, we look at possible pieces out there that the Brewers could take a run at, and one current roster player that many fans have been begging to get traded. Christian Yelich Find any article about … Read more

Who Wants to Be a Billionaire?

Woke up this morning with a question on my mind: What would be fun about being a Major League Baseball owner? Let’s make three assumptions at the beginning. Assumption 1: You’re a billionaire. This doesn’t have to be true. I’m looking at a chart here that says several baseball owners — Bob Castellini in Cincinnati, … Read more

2022 Atlanta Braves Season in Review: Jackson Stephens

A major league bullpen is almost always comprised of a combination of expected and unexpected contributors. That’s just the nature and volatility of relief pitching these days. The 2022 Atlanta Braves bullpen was no different, and there may not have been a more out-of-nowhere addition than that of Jackson Stephens. How Acquired Stephens, originally from … Read more

Meet the Team: Adam Kaplan

Here at Sox On 35th, we boast a talented and passionate group of contributors that provides coverage all year long. To help you get familiar with our staff, we will be rolling out our “Meet the Team” article series throughout the offseason. In this edition, we get to know our Adam Kaplan. About Me Hello, … Read more