Posts Tagged ‘boston red sox’

My Monstrous Kind Of Rockville

Monster Energy Drink’s Welcome to Rockville is more of an experience than a show. Though they passed out schedules at the door, you’d be lucky to see even half of what the event had to offer due to its enormity. Walking through the gate felt like being transported to a new world – a place […]

Sunday Festival Sunday at Fort Rock

Sunday’s Fort Rock roster transitioned from Saturday’s lineup of old school metal  to more of a modern sound on the hard rock scene with Shinedown and Disturbed headlining day 2. First up was a new player on the rock scene in Red Sun Rising, who took the stage at 1:00 on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.  […]

Fort Rock’s Metal Monster Rises

The 2016 Monster Energy’s Fort Rock Festival at Jet Blue Park in Ft. Myers, FL made its two-day debut on April 30 and May 1, 2016.  And let’s just say, it couldn’t have been any better, as AEG did a great job organizing this year’s festival.   This year’s sponsors included: Monster Energy, Jack Daniels, Bud […]

Fort Rock Awaits-A Preview

The 2016 Monster Energy’s Fort Rock Festival at Jet Blue Park in Ft. Myers, FL makes its two day debut on April 30th and May 1st. This year’s event, along with Welcome to Rockville in Jacksonville, kicks off The Worlds Loudest Month Festival season which includes 8 stops and over 300 rock bands. In the […]

Red Sox Lose Temper Win Series

The Boston Red Sox entered the weekend series against the Tampa Bay Rays in a very desperate position. Sitting nine games behind the first place Rays, Boston needed something to go their way. A sweep, or even two losses at the hands of the Rays could have crippled Red Sox nation. Extra innings, ejections, and […]

Red Sox Bounce Back with Strong Pitching Performance

    Wade Miley versus Sonny Gray did not look like a good matchup for the Red Sox on Wednesday afternoon. The Oakland A’s ace, Gray had been 4-0 entering the day. While he was on the losing end today, his 7 innings pitched, three hits, one earned run, and nine strikeouts, still has him […]

AUDIO: View from the Dugout – Yoan Moncada

  Cuban sensation Yoan Moncada has decided where he would like to play professional baseball. Kris Dunn tells you when and where to expect Boston to play him when he makes his Major League debut. Listen to his View From The Dugout…

AUDIO: A View from the Dugout – James Shields

The Padres land James Shields. The bigger question is, which teams dropped the ball? Kris Dunn, with his View from the Dugout, identifies a few teams that dropped the ball by letting Shields sign with the Padres.

John Farrell to Replace the “Barry Melrose” of baseball (Bobby Valentine)

John Farrell to Replace the “Barry Melrose” of baseball (Bobby Valentine)

You’re last job was where???

2011 MLB Preseason Season/Award Predictions

The offseason brought Cliff Lee to the Philadelphia Phillies to have the makings of an historic pitching staff with Halladay, Hamels, and Oswalt that reminds some of the Maddux, Glavine, Smoltz and Steve Avery staff in Atlanta back in the early 90s. Is it enough for the fighting Phillies to get back to the World Series, and if not them, then who will challenge their dominance in the Senior circuit.