Because, frankly, there hasn't been much to talk about.
Sure, there were lots of callups playing for spots on next year's teams, but commenting on their progress from game-to-game is a flawed analytical approach because of things like small sample sizes, etc.
But now that the season is over, and we've got more numbers to work with, we'll take a look at some of them.
In the next few days, we'll also do a rundown of what went right and wrong for the Sox in 2004.
Sadly, the offseason has been the most exciting time for Sox fans for the past three seasons. This season, that won't change. Nonetheless, we'll revel in examining the failures of the past and the promise of the future.