Tax & Sports Update

Halfway Home

Posted by Joseph B. Darby III on Oct 26, 2018 4:52:17 PM

The Boston Red Sox are “halfway home” to a World Series Championship, having jumped to a 2-0 lead in games over the Los Angeles Dodgers, which, paradoxically, means that they are now “on the road” for three games in Los Angeles.

The Red Sox have been an amazingly successful road team during these 2018 playoffs, taking two-in-a-row at Yankee Stadium, followed by three-in-a-row in Houston – all played against the two best teams (other than the Red Sox) in baseball this season. Pretty darned impressive so far!

At the moment, there is a confident – and perhaps over-confident – sense that the last baseball game of the season has been played at Fenway Park, and that the Red Sox will win at least two of three games at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles and jubilantly close out one of the most successful seasons in Major League Baseball history.

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Topics: Boston Red Sox, Boston Sports, World Series

Red Sox Mania: A World (Series) of Worry

Posted by Joseph B. Darby III on Oct 23, 2018 3:03:11 PM

The Boston Red Sox, as everyone in New England surely knows by now, are back in the World Series for the 4th time in 15 years. 

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Topics: Boston Sports, World Series

Red Sox on the Cusp

Posted by Joseph B. Darby III on Oct 19, 2018 8:50:57 AM

My buddy Darren from Australia is a die-hard sports fan who loves rugby, soccer, Australian rules football, and all the other interesting and slightly violent sports that are so popular Down Under. Since moving to the U.S., Darren has even developed an affinity for baseball, although he is not entirely sure of the rules.

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Topics: Boston Red Sox, World Series

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