1. One Final Day in Paradise for My Father

    My father was simply a Sox fan who died too young. A country kid from a town called Cornish, Maine. He died on June 2, 2005 at the age of 47 from leukemia. I was 10, my sister was 8...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 67 reads 0 comments

  2. David Ortiz & Manny Ramirez: Tested Positive For PEDs in 2003

    According to a report done by the New York Times, David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez tested positive for performance enhancing drugs and are mentioned on the list of 104 players (along with ...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 68 reads 0 comments

  3. Pirates Fans Swindled by Management...Again

    Breaking News: Pittsburgh Pirates' management forfeits season! The Pirates' faithful have been dealt a knockout blow from their upper management by trading the Bucs' stellar double-play combo ...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 299 reads 14 comments

  4. Seattle Sounders FC Fans: The Way Soccer Fans Should Be

    The Seattle Sounders FC are an expansion team. The Sounders have been immensly succesful in their first season of play. At least part of their success has to go to their amazing fans...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 1,253 reads 30 comments

  5. Bruins and Hurricanes Pull Off a Deal: Ward to Carolina, Eaves to Boston

    The Boston Bruins and Carolina Hurricanes have announced a trade. Aaron Ward is heading to the 'Canes, while Patrick Eaves and a 2010 fourth round draft pick is heading to the Black and Gold...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 198 reads 0 comments

  6. Nick Bierbrodt: A Lost Baseball Story

    A lot of you may not know who Nick Bierbrodt is. Many of you probably wouldn't care...unless you know what he went through. Bierbrodt was born May 16, 1978 in Tarzana, California. He was talented as a pitcher...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 1,635 reads 6 comments

  7. Wrap Up July 22: Red Sox 's Hot Stove Heating Up

    Wow, busy day for the Boston Red Sox. And according to Jon Heyman's Twitter feed, "Red Sox dealing up a storm. Now have Chris Duncan (for Lugo)...." Here's a run down for all the deals and rumors floating around Fenway Park today...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 44 reads 0 comments

  8. The Red Sox Acquire First Baseman Adam LaRoche

    MLB Trade Rumors has reported that the Boston Red Sox have acquired first baseman Adam LaRoche from the Pittsburgh Pirates. Pittsburgh acquired two prospects, Argenis Diaz and Hunter Strickland...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 87 reads 4 comments

  9. Ignoring Roy Halladay and Other Red Sox Dos and Don'ts at Trade Deadline

    The MLB Trade Deadline is my favorite day of the year. I spend the entire day with the TV on ESPN, the computer on MLB.com, and my feet on the coffee table. The Red Sox are known to make a big splash at the trade deadline...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 750 reads 35 comments

  10. Boston Red Sox: History of the Shortstop Since 1974

    This is the second part of my 9 part series, the History of Every Position at of the Red Sox. This version of my series is abbreviated due to the fact that chronicling every shortstop in the Red Sox's history would make for a long slideshow...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 3,583 reads 9 comments

  11. Eight Reasons Why the Boston Bruins Will Be Stanley Cup Champions

    The Boston Bruins suprised everyone in the NHL world by gaining the Number One seed in the Eastern Conference. They had unfulfilled potential in the 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 seasons...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 571 reads 27 comments

  12. Thank God Almighty! Julio Lugo To Be DFA'd

    According to multiple reports, Julio Lugo will be either traded or designated for assignment before Friday's game. It will likely be the latter because nobody wants Lugo...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 157 reads 6 comments

  13. Eric Hinske Is Owning the Bronx, and This Red Sox Fan Is Hating It

    "Oh crap." Those were the first words that I spoke after reading that my favorite player, Eric Hinske, had been traded from the Pittsburgh Pirates (my second favorite team) to my least favorite team, the New York Yankees...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 280 reads 4 comments

  14. Boston Red Sox: A History of the Left Fielder at Fenway Park

    Think about the mystique of leftfield at Fenway. Punctuated by the famous and historic 37 foot tall, 310 foot deep wall, the Green Monster. Some of the greatest players to play the game. Williams...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 3,356 reads 0 comments

  15. Red Sox Show Interest in Scott Rolen

    According to multiple sources, the Boston Red Sox seem to be interested in the Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Scott Rolen. Rolen was a member of the Philadelphia Phillies and St. Louis Cardinals before joining the Blue Jays...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 526 reads 18 comments

  16. The Home Run Derby's Most Memorable Moments

    The Home Run Derby. Home runs are probably among the most exciting plays in sports. And the Home Run Derby shows that off perfectly. This article hopes to bring to light some of the single greates Home Run Derby moments...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 391 reads 2 comments

  17. Debating a Nationals Trade of Josh Willingham or Adam Dunn

    Rumors have been flying around Nationals sluggers Josh Willingham and Adam Dunn. Most of the rumors have Willingham and Dunn headed to Boston, Kansas City, Atlanta, and the Mets, among others...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 404 reads 2 comments

  18. Where Would Teahen Fit In Boston?

    Rumors have been swirling around Kansas City Royals infielder Mark Teahen, with most of them seem to have Teahen going to the Boston Red Sox. Teahen could fill the third base role vacated by the recently injured Mike Lowell...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 251 reads 13 comments

  19. The Best Logos in MLB History

    The MLB has had some of the best (and worst) logos in history of pro sports. This article hopes to name a few of my personal favorites. This article is in no particular order, and you probably won't agree with all my selections...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 2,507 reads 9 comments

  20. The Ten Unlikeliest No-Hitters in MLB History

    This article is about no-hit bids by young or not ussualy good pitchers. Some of the weirdest no-hitters ever, like the Houston Astros 2003 bid, Dock Ellis's LSD game, and Bill Stoneman's 1969 no-hitter was in just the 9th game for the Expos...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 6,621 reads 55 comments

  21. Breaking News: Braves Trade Jeff Francoeur to the Mets for Ryan Church

    A trade that was just announced: The New York Mets have traded right fielder Ryan Church to the Atlanta Braves for struggling right fielder Jeff Francoeur. I'd have to say the Braves win this trade, as they get a good young hitter in Church...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 532 reads 7 comments

  22. Twenty Worst Boston Red Sox Transactions of the Last 15 years.

    This is the second part of my series of the best and worst Red Sox transactions since 1994. If you want to look at the the twenty best, heres the link: http://bleacherreport...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 415 reads 25 comments

  23. Twenty Best Boston Red Sox Transactions of the Last 15 Years

    The Red Sox have been arguably the best team of this decade. But how did they get there? The Red Sox have been willing to pull the trigger on many trades and take a risky signing...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 579 reads 6 comments

  24. Potential Red Sox-Nationals Trade: Boston Exploiting a Weaker Team

    I know some of you won't agree with this trade. Nationals fans and Red Sox fans alike will probably not like this trade. But baseball isn't about making moves that people like—it's about winning...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 303 reads 14 comments

  25. Boston Celtics Keep Getting Older: Danny Ainge Now Interested in Grant Hill

    Boston Celtics GM Danny Ainge has signed 34-year-old center/power forward, North Carolina graduate Rasheed Wallace, making an already pretty old team older. Now the Celtics are apparently interested in 36-year-old guard Grant Hill...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 966 reads 18 comments