JOHN FARRELL RUMORS & GOSSIP
You can’t win everything. So if given the choice between the individual accolade of AL manager of the Year or rolling down Boylston Street in a motherf$%king duckboat with a couple million fans giving you the glad hand, I’m sure John Farrell would have picked the latter.
Still, the news that Terry Francona earned Manager of the Year over Farrell was a little surprising even to...
Not voting for Red Sox manager John Farrell is one thing. Leaving both Farrell and Indians manager Terry Francona off your ballot completely is downright questionable.
Asuka linuma Brown of the Japanese wire service Jiji Press caused quite the stir with her American League Manager of the Year ballot. Brown, a Seattle-based member of the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA...
Earlier this evening, I went on a rant about how blasphemous it was that Red Sox Manager John Farrell lost out on Manager of the Year Award to Terry Francona (who yes, we all love, but COME ON). Now, I'm not going to get into it again, but leave it to Farrell to give the best runner-up rebuttal ever.
Farrell joined CSNNE's Bob Neumeier to talk about the award results...
When it comes to skippers, several stood out in the 2013 season.
Below are the three finalists for each league's respective Manager of the Year award and why they deserve the honor, which will be announced Tuesday night.
John Farrell, Boston Red Sox
Farrell not only led the Sox to a World Series title, he steered a turnaround from last place to first in...
Koji "was the gift that kept on giving"
Yes he was.
I don't know how I'd handle a call from the President, but I'm sure it's the complete opposite way that a much more dignified John Farrell handled it. I'm thinking some kind of humblebrag tweet would be in order.
Ugh, late for the gym because President just kept on talking when he called. Blah...
It had been 263 days since pitchers and catchers reported to Fort Myers, Fla. The Red Sox had played 213 games combined between spring training, the regular season and the playoffs. Numerous moves, decisions and changes had been questioned, and countless memories, images and bonds had been created. The beards were much thicker.
On Saturday, it was all over.
“Yeah, that was felt...
It’s no secret that Red Sox fans are miserable people. They endured 86 long years of legitimately believing they’d never see the Red Sox win a World Series in their lifetime. Year after year they’d watch their team either fail miserably or come this close only to fall apart when it mattered most.
But needless to say, those days are long over...
John Farrell failed in his last managerial job. The Boston Red Sox had their worst record in nearly a half century.
After a dismal 2012 season for both, they're together now and that past seems so far away. Farrell has led the Red Sox to Game 6 of the World Series with a chance to clinch it on Wednesday night against the St. Louis Cardinals.
Farrell says he tries to live out...
Via AP on Fox
October 30, 2013
John Farrell confirmed what most fans were thinking after a controversial obstruction call led to the Cardinals walking away with the Game 3 victory, saying “that’s a tough way to have a game end, particularly of this significance.”
After grinding their way back into the ballgame, the Red Sox left the field stunned and confused, watching the replays...
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After beating the Rays, the Boston Red Sox celebrated their ALDS win over the Rays in, well, the most Red Sox-fashion ever.
Players were partying after the win while wearing army helmets, goggles and even swimsuits. Of course, there was plenty of beard stroking going around, as well.
Fortunately, most of the best moments were captured by the Red Sox’ Twitter account. Check out...