The hot, hot, hot stove view from the Munson-Nixon Line:
There was a time when general manager Brian Cashman would have been fired by George Steinbrenner for labeling their sworn enemies the Golden State Warriors of baseball. Fired for saying the Red Sox have their Kevin Durant, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry and the Yankees don't.
Either that or Cashman, who has won one World Series title since 2000 and one playoff series since 2010, would have been immediately summoned to the Boss' office and ordered to match the Red Sox bat for bat, arm for arm, Cuban for Cuban. No matter what the cost.
Those days, Cashman acknowledged after the Red Sox acquired Chris...