Author: Robert Lewis

Armchair GM: How the Red Sox Could Build an Offensive Machine

How the Red Sox Could Build an Offensive Machine Two straight seasons with the Red Sox finishing first in the A.L. East, and two straight seasons barely making a dent in the ALDS. Should the Red Sox keep waiting for consistency from their young players Bradley, Betts and Bogaerts? Should they hope one day they all click at once in the playoffs? Then, could the Red Sox finally make the run their payroll demands? Or is it time to stop waiting? Should the Red Sox finally do away with the old, and bring in the new?  The very thought...

Read More

Dion Lewis’ Search for Good Health and an Opportunity

College Stardom   Dion Lewis’ freshman season of 2009 at Pitt put him on the map. A 5’8″-195-lb running back ran all over the Big East. He broke multiple Big East and Pitt rushing records previously held by both Tony Dorsett and LeSean McCoy. Big East MVP, Big East Offensive Player of the Year, Second Team AP All-American, Doak Walker semifinalist and Maxwell Award semifinalist. Dion Lewis’ talent has never been questioned. To put Lewis’ freshman season into perspective,  compare his statistics to those of Kareem Hunt’s best college season. Dion Lewis: 2009 Pitt (FR) – 1988 total yards...

Read More