1. Red Sox 2009 season wrap-up: Angels return the favor and sweep ALDS

    The 2009 season comes to a close Sooner or later it was going to happen, but no one in Boston thought it'd happen in this fashion. Up 5-1 at one point in the game, things looked pretty secure for the Boston Red Sox with hopes for a Game 4 alive.

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  2. Red Sox Postseason Recap: Do or DIE Edition

    It's not what they were hoping for, but the Boston Red Sox find themselves down two games to none against the American League West Champions, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, in the American League Division Series...

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  3. Is Don Orsillo Going to Be the Biggest Jinx Ever?

    God we hope not. I tweeted that right after the Red Sox lost 4-1 to the Angels, putting them down 0-2 in the American League Division Series...

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  4. ALDS Game One: Lackey vs. Lester Pre-Game Notes

    Here are some background numbers of tonight's starters for Game One of the American League Division Series between the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the Boston Red Sox. John Lackey 2009 regular season stats 11-8 record, 3...

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  5. SOX & Dawgs Returns To the Blogosphere

    Today, Ian Bethune relaunched the very popular SOX & Dawgs . He wrote a post entitled "The Return" explaining the temporary shutdown of the site and also some changes that will ...

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  6. Red Sox-Angels Series to Start on Thursday

    The American League Division Series between the Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim will begin on Thursday, Oct. 8 at 9:37 p.m. (East Coast time). Here's how the rest of the schedule lays out: Game Two: Friday, Oct...

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  7. Red Sox weekly recap (Week 26)

    Boy how time flies. This is it. The final regular season edition of "Red Sox Weekly Recap." We gave it a good ride and we hope to continue through the playoffs as well...

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  8. SOX & Dawgs Blog to Return with Different Format

    Ian Bethune, founder and blogger of SOX & Dawgs announced today on his Twitter page that he will be bringing back his website that he abruptly shut down on Sept. 18...

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  9. Soxtober Has Arrived: Red Sox Finish With Indians Before ALDS With Angels

    It's the first day of October. Do you know what that means? It's officially Soxtober time in Boston. Soxtober was created in 2007 amidst controversy. Many said it was stolen from the Colorado Rockies after they created the catchy slogan of "Rocktober...

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  10. Boston Red Sox Drop Six Straight, Delcarmen Still Struggling

    If the Boston Red Sox didn't clinch a playoff spot early Wednesday morning, the whole state of Massachusetts would in a a full out panic attack, red alert, freak out mode...

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  11. Party Like It's 2009: Red Sox Clinch AL Wild Card

    Maybe this was the kind of change the Boston Red Sox were searching for as far as a celebration. It's not exactly the way they were hoping to do it, but it's finally official.....

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  12. Toronto-Boston: Comeback comes up short; Buchholz battered; Toronto Wins 8-7

    Is this a cause for concern? Up until the bottom of the eighth inning, the Red Sox offense looked dead. When it finally started to click, it proved to be too late as the Toronto Blue Jays held on to beat Boston 8-7...

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  13. How Much is Too Much? Boston Pro Sports Sites Uncovered

    The World Wide Web is making it more and more difficult for Boston sports fans. With the official launch of ESPN Boston last week, there's now another top notch media outlet to choose from for Boston sports news...

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  14. Boston.com's Chris Forsberg Takes Job at ESPN Boston

    With Peter Abraham almost aboard as the newest member of The Boston Globe, there is indeed another departure as predicted. But no, it's not Adam Kilgore that I guessed on a couple of weeks ago...

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  15. New York Yankees Clinch AL East: No Time to Panic, Red Sox Fans

    It was a slap in the face to the Boston Red Sox today at Yankees Stadium, but it's not over. After missing out on the playoffs a year ago, the New York Yankees clinched the American League East in a 4-2 win over the Red Sox...

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  16. Red Sox Weekly Recap (Week 25)

    The Boston Red Sox did a little damage this week, but not as much as one would have expected. After completing the three-game sweep over the Baltimore Orioles, the Sox fought off the Kansas City Royals and split their four-game series at Kauffman Stadium.

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  17. Lester Listed Day-to-Day; Magic Number Stuck on 3

    It was one scary scene Friday night in the Bronx for Red Sox fans. Jon Lester, who is projected to be the Game 1 starter in the playoffs, was drilled in the right leg in the third inning off a Melky Cabrera line drive...

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  18. Nine-Year-Old Yankees Fan Forced To Wear T-Shirt Inside Out at School

    Now this is just plain wrong, Red Sox fan or not. On Syracuse.com, the Post-Standard's official Web site, the featured story is about nine-year-old student Nathan Johns who was forced ...

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  19. Red Sox-Royals: Boston's Magic Number Down to Three with Win Over Kansas City

    Is it time to be really excited yet? Clay Buchholz went 6 2/3 innings and allowed no runs on five hits with eight strikeouts as the Boston Red Sox split a four-game series with the Kansas City Royals with a 10-3 win Thursday night...

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  20. Red Sox-Royals: Josh Beckett Stops KC as Wild Card Magic Number Lowers to Five

    He was Mr. Stoppage Wednesday night, and it came at a good time. Josh Beckett pitched six innings and allowed two runs on 12 hits with one walk and seven strikeouts for his 16th win of the season, ...

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  21. Red Sox Magic Number Drops to Six Courtesy of Texas Bowing to Oakland

    The Boston Red Sox got lucky last night. Not in the win column, but in terms of the magic number, as the Oakland Athletics beat up on the Texas Rangers Tuesday night, 9-1. So with that, the number drops to six with 12 games remaining...

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  22. Memo to Terry Francona: This Is No Time for Experiments

    Monday night was a perfect example of "shoulda, coulda, woulda" for the Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox had a commanding lead, blew it, couldn't rally, blew it some more, and eventually lost to the Kansas City Royals...

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  23. Red Sox-Royals: Tim Wakefield = Done, Boston Bullpen Blows Lead in Loss

    After tonight's performance, it appears this could or may be the last start for Tim Wakefield. The Boston Red Sox blew a 6-0 lead at one point, and in the bottom half of the fifth and ...

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  24. Red Sox Sweep Orioles; Rangers Drop to Angels; Magic Number = 7

    Daisuke Matsuzaka went 5 1/3 innings and allowed three runs on eight hits, a walk, and had five strikeouts as the Boston Red Sox powered by the Baltimore Orioles, 9-3 at Camden Yards Sunday afternoon...

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  25. Red Sox Weekly Recap (Week 24)

    What happened this week? The Boston Red Sox completed a three-game sweep over the Tampa Bay Rays, took two out of three from the Los Angeles Angels, and now are preparing to sweep the Baltimore Orioles...

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