During his 11 seasons with the New England Patriots, getting physically and mentally prepared wasn’t always the most difficult part of Vince Wilfork’s pre-game preparation. “All rookies are going to have their flaws.
Now that the Boston Red Sox officially are headed to the playoffs, it’s time to talk tickets. With Boston’s victory over the Baltimore Orioles and the Los Angels Angels’ loss to the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday, the Red Sox clinched a spot in at least the 2017 American League Wild Card Game. And tickets for that game, as well as any potential AL Division Series games that might be played at Fenway Park, go on sale Friday at noon, the team announced Thursday. Fans will be limited to four tickets each, and no tickets will be sold at the Fenway Park box office. Tickets will be available on the team’s website. Any fans with disabilities will be able to purchase accessible seating by calling (877)
MLB.com (16th; LW: 16th) Alyson Footer at MLB.com leaves the Orioles right where they were. I’m guessing a bunch of other teams must have had weeks as bad as Baltimore. Bleacher Report Power Rankings (15th; LW: 14th) Joel Reuter drops the Orioles just one spot. Seems generous to me. CBS Sports (19th; LW: 18th) Matt Synder drops the O’s another spot. “Now with seven players having at least 20 home runs, the Orioles have tied an all-time MLB record. Sadly, they won't be breaking the record, as Seth Smith would need to hit seven more homers to make that happen.” reddit’s Power Poll (18th; LW:17th) The community editors over at reddit lower the Orioles another slots. “As the O's limp to the finish