2013 World Series MVP David Ortiz Has Crystal Clear Path To Hall Of Fame
David Ortiz

David Ortiz is arguably the most loved professional athlete that has ever dawned a Boston uniform. And Ortiz is easily the most popular Boston Red Sox of all time. With that being said, many MLB pundits questioned whether or not […]

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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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Fenway Park Boston Red Sox

With the Milwaukee Brewers making a trip into Fenway Park this weekend, I thought it’d be interesting to see how they’ve fared in the historic stadium over the years. The Brewers own an 85-118 record on the road against the Boston […]

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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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Lester on Opening Day

Jon Lester has definitely turned the corner and become one of the best left-handed starting pitchers in the MLB today. After a very inconsistent year in 2012, Lester has taken his performance to the next level, and if he keeps […]

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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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Daniel Nava

Opening Day should bring hope to baseball teams entering a grueling 162-game season, not raise any concerns. For a Boston Red Sox batting order that left 12 men on base in a 2-1 loss to the Baltimore Orioles on Monday, there […]

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Jon Lester

With opening day slated to begin on Monday afternoon, the Boston Red Sox will turn to their reliable series-opening starter to battle the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Jon Lester, who is set to make his fourth-consecutive opening day start, will […]

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Felix Doubront

As Spring Training comes to a close, teams can get a better idea of where their players are at both physically and mentally. Spring Training numbers do not usually mean much once the regular season rolls around, however, it never […]

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