A fire sale may be occurring at Fenway Park. We may want to keep an eye on these owners who may torch the place for the insurance money.
Rumors are swirling that the ownership want to dump the Sox team that is now in last place and looks to be in that spot for the rest of the decade.
If you ever wondered what it would be like to have a franchise like Kansas City Royals or Tampa Bay Rays, this is your chance. You can own a low-budget, small-market team for as little as $1billion.
The Park is now refurbished, and the overpaid monsters in the dugout have been sent packing. The team is a bargain basement toy for someone who enjoys the basement atmosphere where the Sox are starting again from the ground up.
Say goodbye to Jacoby Ellsbury, David Ortiz, Jon Lester, and any other malcontent free agent problem children. If you think players will want to avoid Boston now, wait till this short sale hits the Internet.
If you enjoy the Pawtucket Red Sox, next season the entire minor league roster will be playing major league games at Fenway. The sell-out streak may be part of the sales pitch, but it's looking like snake-oil to most fans.
King John Henry VIII and his minion LeBron 'the King' James of the Fenway Group will be going across the pond to manage their fiefdom known as the Liverpoolian hooligans.
They will leave Bobby Valentine like Richard III on the battlefield, ready to face the onslaught. It won't be pretty. If Valentine needs a horse to get out of town, he is out of luck. Larry Lucchino is already on Silver and yelling, "Hi-yo! Let's go!"
The ultimate Curse of the Bambino may be about to strike out the Red Sox. Recovery from this blow will take more than an Obama bailout.
Then again, some fans believe that ridding themselves of present ownership is a blessing.