Check Out Top Five Defensive Plays From Red Sox’s 2018 Season

The Boston Red Sox bats made a whole lot of noise in the 2018 Major League Baseball campaign, but let’s not forget about the gloves.
The Red Sox were among the best fielding teams last season, as they committed the seventh-fewest errors in the league. Boston’s defense only seemed to improve once the postseason rolled around, a leading factor in the club securing its fourth World Series title in the past 15 years.
The Sox on Friday released their top five defensive plays from the 2018 season, and you probably don’t need a spoiler alert to figure out which web gem owns the No. 1 spot.

New York Knicks’ Allonzo Trier Has ‘Chip On His Shoulder’ Says Team Captain
Friday December 14, 2018

New York Knicks rookie, Allonzo Trier got an early Christmas gift! He signed a two year, $7 million deal with the orange and blue. An undrafted rookie out of the University of Arizona, this summer, Trier signed a two-way contract with both the New York Knicks and the Knicks’ NBA G League G-League affiliate, Westchester Knicks. Trier made […]

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Bruins Notes: Boston’s Fourth Line A Bright Spot In Loss To Penguins
Saturday December 15, 2018

The Boston Bruins’ top trio rightfully has received the bulk of the praise this season, but it was another line that kept the Black and Gold in the thick of things Friday night. Bruce Cassidy shuffled up his fourth line a bit for the matchup with the Pittsburgh Penguins, as Noel Acciari returned to the […]

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This is the kind of defense that wins World Series. pic.twitter.com/oQrOnIVsGB
— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) December 14, 2018

Boston was recognized for its fielding prowess at the conclusion of the season, as Ian Kinsler, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Mookie Betts all were honored with Gold Gloves. The Red Sox’s three 2018 Gold Glove Awards were tied for the most for one team.