As someone who's grown sick and tired of the disturbing state that baseball's in, I really hope someone finally stands up to Scott Boras this time. Interesting to note that this article notes that Beltran actually WANTS to stay in Houston, so maybe he'll consider dumping Boras as an agent. It'll probably never happen, but who wouldn't want to see it at this point, because these salary demands are getting out of control.
When the hell did SNITSKYMANIA start to run wild???
Fenway hasn't been a home run park since they started building things upwards prior to the 1989 season. Even when Beckett and Schilling were at or near the top or the league in home runs allowed, more than 80% were on the road.