2013 World Series: Face It St Loius Cardinals, You Were Outplayed
Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

The Boston Red Sox beat the St.Louis Cardinals pretty easily in Game 1 of the World Series. The Cardinals basically were outpitched, outhit and outplayed. They played a very sloppy game of baseball, which is odd considering how well this team usually […]

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Texas Rangers

The MLB season is only nine games under way, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for speculation and disappointment. Before any games were played the season, most analysts picked the Texas Rangers, due to signing of such stars as Prince Fielder, to […]

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Why Ryan Roberts May Not Be A Great Move For Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox recently picked up Ryan Roberts. He does solve the problem of Boston lacking a major league everyday third baseman now that Will Middlebrooks is on the disabled list, however, it makes one wonder how injured Middlebrooks is. […]

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Middlebrooks handling third base

The Boston Red Sox have a lot of depth at many different positions. It seems as though they have a future prospect pretty much knocking at the door wherever you look. One position that is seriously lacking though, is third […]

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Chris Capuano

A native of West Springfield, Mass., Chris Capuano always wanted the opportunity to play for his hometown team, the Boston Red Sox. Now, eleven years into his MLB career, Capuano finally has the chance to pitch at Fenway Park regularly, and he has impressed […]

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Koji Uehara

Many MLB hitters have been stifled by Boston Red Sox closer Koji Uehara over the course of the last two seasons. Uehara, who was signed as a free agent during the 2013 offseason after playing with the Texas Rangers, went on a wild ride to become […]

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Mujca pitching against the Baltimore Orioles

One of the big reasons why the Boston Red Sox were able to win the World Series last year was due to the strength and depth of their bullpen. Andrew Miller, Craig Breslow, Junichi Tazawa and Koji Uehara were dominating, […]

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Lackey tuning up

In the beginning of his Boston Red Sox career, was there any player who received a worse wrath for his poor performance than John Lackey? Man, it seemed like if Red Sox Nation could, they would have paid out of […]

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Mike Carp

The outfield situation for the Boston Red Sox has presented an interesting algorithm for manager John Farrell to figure out. With starting right fielder Shane Victorino headed to the disabled list with a strained right hamstring, Farrell has to juggle around possible combinations to […]

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David Ortiz

On Tuesday afternoon, the White House visit for the MLB World Series champion Boston Red Sox took place and there were some special events that caught people’s attention. First off, President Barack Obama was greeted by an American-flag-blazer-wearing Jonny Gomes. […]

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