On talk radio Monday most of the discussion was about the public chastisement Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli served up to Tyler Seguin and whether the Celtics could rebuild around Rajon Rondo. The Sox were an afterthought.
You would think after three seasons without playoff baseball and a dreadful campaign last season the prospect of the postseason would have the city salivating. Instead, it seems to have lost its insatiable appetite for all things Red Sox.
It’s hard to blame baseball fans after the distasteful seasons of 2011 and 2012.
But this team deserves a taste of what being a first-place team in a baseball-fixated Boston feels like.