A Healthy Andrew Bailey Makes Boston Red Sox Bullpen Even More Dangerous
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The Boston Red Sox got lucky with Koji Uehara. Having injuries to two key members of the bullpen, Andrew Bailey and Joel Hanrahan is something that most teams cannot recover from. However, Uehara provided an incredible spark for the Red Sox en route to a World Series […]

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BOSTON RED SOX

Jacoby Ellsbury

Nothing may ever compare to the rivalry between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees. It may very well be the most thrilling rivalry sports has ever seen. At the height of it, it was a never ending, […]

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Bradley doing it again

Jackie Bradley Jr. was one of the last roster cuts made by the Boston Red Sox during Spring Training. Grady Sizemore was playing an incredible center field and it was decided that there was no way possible to keep both […]

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Will Middlebrooks

Boston Red Sox 3B Will Middlebrooks, an obvious WWE fan after his exploits in last season’s World Series, has been placed on the DL with a calf strain (because tripping runners can cause major pulls in one’s leg). In all […]

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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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Will Middlebrooks

In a weekend that was filled with many obstacles and challenges, the last thing the Boston Red Sox needed was an injury, especially to a critical part of their infield. On Sunday morning, the Red Sox placed third baseman Will Middlebrooks on […]

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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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