Peter Gammons: A late January look at some 2018 story-lines

I get every argument. J.D. Martinez is older than Justin Upton, and, lord knows, the Red Sox are the only team in baseball over the luxury tax threshold because of Pablo Sandoval. I also get how hard the man has worked to get to 45 home runs, and his likely ability to stay healthy as […]

Video: Peter on Blue Jays’ future, roll of the DH, plans for Hanley, and more

Peter joins Hot Stove to discuss the keys to the Blue Jays’ future, the decline in the DH role in the American league, the Red Sox plans for Hanley Ramirez, and a song of the day…

Peter Gammons: A few thoughts as we start 2018

So we’re in 2018. The owners have their tax cuts. But they also have luxury tax threshold of $197M with serious disincentives not to cross, at least not this winter, which, in accordance with their last labor agreement with the Players Association, is in many agents’ eyes $13M less than that in terms of payroll […]

Peter Gammons: Cora and Red Sox in search of identity for 2018 and beyond

It wasn’t as if the Red Sox 2017 season was 1965 all over again. They won 93 games and the division for the second year in a row. But even as they tried to battle back against the World Champion Astros in the ALDS, there was something that felt as if the team had some […]

Peter Gammons: Moving on from the anticipated departure of John Farrell

Right after one of the network pregame shows Saturday, a current manager called. “I listened to Joe Girardi and John Farrell being bashed by talk show and ex-player guys,” he said, heatedly, “people who have never managed, don’t know about 30 second replay times, dealing with players and the media and they wonder why there […]

Red Sox and Indians ALDS Game 1 Preview

The Boston Red Sox travel to Cleveland to open up the best of five American League Division Series with The Indians Thursday night. Boston took 4 of 6 regular season contests with Cleveland, including 2 of 3 at Jacob’s Field. Red Sox manager John Farrell appeared to prioritize resting key players over securing the 2nd […]

Video: Peter Gammons on Hanley Ramirez’s Walk-off and Yankees’ set back

Peter Gammons joins MLB Central to discuss Hanley Ramirez’s walk-off stunner, the Yankees’ rebuild and A.J. Preller’s suspension…

Video: Peter Gammons talks Hanley Ramirez, Masahiro Tanaka, and the NL Cy Young

Peter Gammons joins Kelly Nash and The Rundown on MLB Network to discuss Hanley Ramirez, Rick Porcello, Kenta Maeda, Masahiro Tanaka, and Kyle Hendricks and the NL Cy Young race…

Peter Gammons: Midway Point Thoughts (Parts 1 and 2)

As the 2016 passes the midway point with the curtsy of the All Star Game, last weekend’s game at Fort Bragg, N.C. perfectly captured its responsibility as the National Pastime, symbolically, and because of the Marlins and Braves players, the reality in a time when the country is struggling to maintain its most important freedom, […]

Peter Gammons: What to make of Boston’s third base situation

Ft. MYERS, FL- All it took was just one look. It was this way in George Scott’s days, when Boomer decided he would stick to salads, and there he was in the middle of the clubhouse after a game devouring a salad—with add-ons—that appeared to be an entire July harvest from the state of Iowa. […]