Pedroia’s Return

Red Sox star second baseman Dustin Pedroia launches his comeback pre 2019 season. Pedroia missed most of the season in 2018 after a knee injury that abrupted his playing in the 2018 World Series against the LA Dodgers. Pedroia has been the Sox star second baseman for many years, however after the injury Brock Holt and Ian Kinsler filled his role just fine.

The Red Sox are currently down in Fort Myers, Florida for Spring Training. Pedroia is a former AL MVP and helped lead the Red Sox to World Series in 2007 and 2013 and is a much loved Boston sensation.

When asked about his injury he said, “I don’t want to push it and not be able to do what I love to do,” he added. “I just have to be smart. Some days, if I wake up and I’m sore, maybe try to hit home runs or something.”

If you’ve ever been to a Red Sox game one name that almost every fan knows is Dustin Pedroia. He’s been with Boston for quite some time and people of all ages know who he is. Growing up I was an avid Pedroia fan, collecting shirts, jerseys, signatures, and even buying the same glove he had. I think Pedroia will help the Sox seek another World Series in the 2019 season.


Celtics Looking to Land Davis

The Boston Celtics are a potential team for power forward Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans come the time of May- June. Trade talks have been in the air whether all-star point guard Kyrie Irving will stay with the team next year or embark to a different dynasty to seek a championship. Other teams interested in Anthony Davis include the Los Angeles Lakers, Milwaukee Bucks, and New York Knicks, however a lot can change in the matter of 4 months such as other trades, injuries, etc.

The Celtics would have to give up a lot of salary to land this 5x all star formerly known as “The Brow”. Jayson Tatum who is a standout player for the Celtics has been in the talks of trade for Davis. Personally I obviously think Davis would benefit the team a lot but if he decides to go somewhere else I don’t think it will be that big of a deal if they can keep Kyrie for a few more years and get a few rookies along with the solid starting 5 lineup.

Growing up as a kid basketball was always around my life. I played up until my freshman year of high school but I stopped playing because of my lack of interest. There’s always that one player that standouts from the rest and makes the game so much easier when your on the court with him and I think that key player for the Celtics in Anthony Davis.

Clash of Clans

Sunday, February 3rd, 2019

New England Patriots vs Los Angeles Rams:

Veteran Tom Brady and Bill Belichick go head-to-head against young phenoms Sean McVay and Jared Goff in Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, Georgia. Brady seeks his 6th consecutive Super Bowl ring with the Patriots, while Goff has only been in theĀ  league for 3 years, making his first career Super Bowl appearance. The astonishing age difference between Brady (41)- Belichick (66) and McVay (33)- Goff (24) is 50 years, as Sean McVay looks to become the youngest head coach to win a Super Bowl.

Jarred Goff was only 7 years old when Tom Brady went to his first Super Bowl so if anyone has the advantage in today’s game its the G.O.A.T. himself Tom Brady. Of course other teams are tired of the New England tradition of winning not just in football, but baseball, basketball, and hockey, therefore the majority of the country is rooting against the Patriots.


Having met one of the franchise best wide receiver’s Julian Edelman I’m predicting he will have a big game for the Patriots not just because he’s the number one receiver but his past history in Super Bowl games and his overall work ethic when the game comes down to the wire. My prediction for the game is Patriots- 27 Rams- 21.


It’s Tee Time

The Farmers Insurance Open came to an end this Sunday at Torrey Pines played at the South Course in La Jolla, California. Like any other tournament it’s a four day stretch starting on Thursday and only the best will make the cut to continue the weekend stretch to Sunday. Justin Rose who is an Englishman born in Johannesburg, South Africa has been on the tour since 1998 just notched his 10th career victory at Torrey Pines.


Rose closed the final round with a three under par (69) to get to twenty-one under from Thursday to Sunday. He played solid day in and day out, making birdies when needed. Australian Adam Scott stumbled in at second place finishing at nineteen under, and Japanese golfer Hideki Matsuyama came in at sixteen under. Rose has always been a straggler at the top of the leader boards but this recent win definitely put his foot in the door and made a statement that hes not going anywhere anytime soon.

Justin Rose stays cool, earns 10th PGA Tour title at Torrey Pines