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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. […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Chicago Cubs

The Chicago Cubs were in dire need for a big change, as they hit rock bottom in 2011. The Cubs couldn’t score runs, had the most errors in baseball with 134 in total and finished the season 71-91. Everything bad that happened did and looking at the bigger picture maybe this was the best thing […]

Yankees Drama Ain’t Got Nothing On In Beantown

It is hard to imagine that things could get much worse Boston, but it did. ESPN’s Buster Onley reported today that Theo Epstein, the Red Sox’s GM is officially going to sign a 5-year deal with the Chicago Cubs. That is the second prolific Red Sox leader to get the heck out of dodge, with […]

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 […]

2011 New York Yankees: Almost Time To Go on Offseason Shopping Spree

Not repeating and no longer reigning as champions was not the game plan the New York Yankees had at the start of the 2010 season. Losing the ALCS to the Texas Rangers was heartbreaking. The Bombers elimination seemed almost unreal, as the Yankees were the stronger ball-club all season long. The blame-game is in full […]

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 […]