Saturday, November 17, 2012

Red Sox Suffer First Ever Shutout In MVP Voting

Waiting For Ben's Dough
As pointed out by the Globe's Peter Abraham, for the first time ever, no Red Sox player received a single vote in the AL MVP balloting. That's a history that stretches back to 1911—when the award was initiated. There are a lot of hideous moments during the Lost Year between September 2011 and September 2012, but this could be the most telling. But, yet, all of us in the Nation are still waiting for a significant off-season move in the on-going saga, "Waiting For Ben's Dough".