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2013 World Series: Two Fall Classic factors you ought to know

For the first time since 1999, the two teams with the best records in their respective leagues are meeting in the World Series. No doubt this looks to be a fantastic match-up between the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals, as these are two complete teams made up of gritty players who have a lot of pride. […]

Watching the Red Sox through Yankee glasses

First off, I well aware that the Boston Red Sox have been in cahoots since their collapse last September but last night in the Bronx definitely iced the cake. I mean the Red Sox really stink. After watching the Yankees basically take batting practice off, one-time future ace and 2010 All-Star, Clay Buchholz, all I felt was […]

Yankees win but Red Sox Nation tries to rain on Eric Chavez

 YANKEES KEEP WITH TRADITION AND WIN: It was quite a ceremony in Boston yesterday, as the Red Sox celebrated the 100th year anniversary of their home known as Fenway Park. The New York Yankees had a front row seat, and even came dressed for the occasion wearing vintage uniforms of the New York Highlanders, the […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox were the talk of sports after the 2011 season, but for all the wrong reasons. After missing the playoffs on the last day of the season, revelations started pouring out about players’ lack of discipline in the clubhouse, as a collective group took to partying during games instead of supporting their teammates. […]

2011 MLB Team Preview: Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox didn’t make the postseason in 2010, and that is unacceptable response following a 2009 New York Yankees World Series win. Boston’s GM Theo Epstein clearly did not want this to resonate in the minds of Red Sox Nation. So, Epstein made the Red Sox the unmistakable winners this off-season, by signing […]

Yankees-Red Sox: Losing On Errors, Not Injuries, as Boston Wins, 6-3

The Boston Red Sox disabled list is long, but even impaired, this is a darn good ball club. Winning the first game against the Yankees proves the Red Sox are still in the mix in the AL East. Boston’s starting rotation is now all active and healthy, and they are ridiculously good. Red Sox ace […]