Praise & Press for The Soxaholix
"Blogdom's Best Red Sox blog … The history of the Red Sox, one panel at a time." .
Will Leitch, Deadspin
- In the Novemember 30, 2008 issue, The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine includes The Soxaholix in a list of "Sixty-four websites on Boston life that you should know."
- Featured in The Wall Street Journal Oct 11, 2005 in a Stefan Fatsis article entitled "'The Soxaholix': It's Not Ovah, Though, It's Ovah " (Link to the PDF version)
- Quoted on NPR's "All Things Considered" radio program (March 02, 2007).
- Boston Sports Review quotes Hart Brachen in the feature story "Blogging Rights" and identifies The Soxaholix as part of the "Boston Sports Bloggerati." (Link to a PDF of the story.)
- Mentioned in the Sports Illustrated "Baseball Preview" issue (March 26, 2007) as one of "the best Boston Red Sox blogs."
"Blogdom's Best" Award in the category of Red Sox blogs.
"We loved these guys before The Wall Street Journal found out about them, and we always will." — Will Leitch
- Webby Worthy selection in the 2005 Webby Awards
- Finalist 2005 South by Southwest Web Awards
- Finalist 2005 Bloggies, "Best Non-Weblog Content of a Weblog Site"
- "…if you love the Sox, don't miss the quirky, wry cartoon panels," — The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine
- "Beautiful … roasting at its finest." – Steve Silva, Boston Dirt Dogs
- "Blogdom's Best Red Sox blog … The history of the Red Sox, one panel at a time." – Will Leitch Deadspin
- "Incisive blog … a savvy understanding of media … " – Ian Donnis, The Boston Phoenix
- "Your site absolutely rocks. I immediately bookmarked it. Keep up the tremendous work." – Gary Baseball Prospectus
- "All the cool Red Sox fans are addicted to The Soxaholix." – Allan Wood, Author Babe Ruth and the 1918 Red Sox
- "That's a great idea. Love the concept." – Dave Pinto, Baseball Musings
- "Were as shocked as you are, but there is apparently at least one member of Red Sox Nation with a sense of humor and perspective." – Maxim Online
- "… this site makes me laugh even in the depths of my sorrow …" – Meg Hourihan, Co-Founder Blogger.com, Megnut
- "… really wish your strips weren't so funny. I just can't muster up the full hatred for you that I want to when you make me laugh." – Michele, Yankees fan and blogger of A Small Victory
- "creepy but sort of cute" – The Wonkette
- "… the ever-genius Soxaholix." – Lockhart Steele LockhartSteele.com, Managing Editor Gawker Media
- "… surely one of the Reasons Blogging Was Invented." – Curbed
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