Tax & Sports Update

Darn Those Sox!

Posted by Joseph B. Darby III on Jul 29, 2016 11:45:28 AM

The following is an audited and certified report on the Boston Red Sox covering that portion of the 2016 fiscal baseball year through today’s date.

The Red Sox are unquestionably better – miles and kilometers and even light-years better – than they were during the dismal years of 2014 and 2015, but the question that lingers, like a heavy scent of garlic, is whether this year’s pitching staff, which looks depressingly similar to last year’s pitching staff except at the very beginning (David Price), the middle (where else would you put Drew Pomeranz?) and at the very end (Craig Kimbrel), is really and truly enough improved to make this year’s iteration of the Olde Towne Team a real contender as opposed to a mere pretender. At the moment, the needle is leaning slightly on the pretender side of the cosmic scale, but there remains enough baseball left in this season that a contender could yet emerge from the erratic and distaff patterns that have thus far characterized the Red Sox season.

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