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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BOSTON RED SOX

CLEVELAND, OH - SEPTEMBER 05: Grady Sizemore #24 hits a sacrifice ground ball scoring Jason Donald #16 (not shown) of the Cleveland Indians during the fifth inning against the Detroit Tigers at Progressive Field on September 5, 2011 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

At the beginning of Spring Training, it seemed about as unlikely a situation as possible. The Boston Red Sox had signed Grady Sizemore, who hadn’t played any sort of baseball in the last two years. The chances of him even […]

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Grady Sizemore

Five years ago, Grady Sizemore was at the pinnacle of his Major League success. Entering his sixth Major League season, Sizemore had emerged as one of the best young outfielders in baseball, coming off a 2008 campaign where he finished 10th in […]

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Craig Breslow

Reliever Craig Breslow was arguably one of the more instrumental members of the Boston Red Sox bullpen during their 2013 World Series championship run. The left-handed reliever made 10 appearances during the postseason (on top of 61 appearances during the regular season), striking out […]

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Jonny Gomes celebrating

Have you ever noticed that a lot of World Champion MLB teams, or teams that got very close to winning it all, seem to have a hugely disappointing season the following year? That seems to happen a lot, and it […]

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FelixDoubront

The Boston Red Sox need to be concerned about their starting pitcher Felix Doubront. So far in Spring Training, Doubront has shown no signs of the guy that won 11 games and helped the Red Sox win the World Series a season […]

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Lester pitching against Philadelphia

The Boston Red Sox played against the Philadelphia Phillies today in a game that ended up in a 2-2 tie. I know the saying is that a tie game is like kissing your sister but during Spring Training, the score means nothing. […]

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Jon Denney

Athletes these days are racking up quite the large egos. It seems like you read in the paper or online daily about a different athlete getting arrested and trying to get out of it by flaunting their fame — or […]

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