1. Power Rankings: The 10 Best Offensive Players In The MLB For 2011

    If you asked 10 people how to rank the 10 best offensive players in Major League Baseball, you would receive 10 different answers, maybe even more...

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  2. World Series Favorites: 5 Primary Contenders with the Cliff Lee Dust Settled

    With Cliff Lee signed and delivered to Philadelphia, it seems appropriate to take a very early look at who has the best chance to be fitted for rings come next winter...

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  3. Carl Crawford Signs With the Boston Red Sox: Another Evil Empire?

    Just moments ago it was announced Theo Epstein pulled another fast one on Red Sox Nation by signing Carl Crawford to a seven year, $142 million deal...

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  4. Road to Glory: The Players Who Could Spell Championship for the Boston Red Sox

    With the winter meetings under way and the dust settled on the first blockbuster deal of the offseason, it is time to look at who are going to be the keys for the Red Sox to be the last team sipping champagne...

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  5. Flip, Flop, Flip: Adrian Gonzalez Acquired By Boston Red Sox...Again

    The past 24 hours have been quite a roller coaster for Red Sox nation. First they received news that one of the games premier sluggers, the coveted Adrian Gonzalez, was going to be the team's new first basemen...

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  6. Carl Crawford: Why the Speedster Should Be Priority No. 1 for the Boston Red Sox

    Many people are speculating what the No. 1 need is for the Boston Red Sox. Logically the bullpen is the No. 1 priority. In fact, I will go as far as to say if the bullpen had done its job this year, the Red Sox would have won the AL East...

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  7. Lone Ranger: Why Texas Is The Best Option For Cliff Lee

    While Cliff Lee has been clearly the best pitcher in the post season in the American League, the biggest story regarding the ace lefty is revolving around the off season...

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  8. Red Sox MVP: Why Ryan Westmoreland Is More Valuable Than All The Big Leaguers

    While the Boston Red Sox did not experience the team success everyone was expecting back in spring training, there were many individual accomplishments that kept the fans interested in the season and provide hope for next season...

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  9. Boston's Godfather: Why Terry Francona Should Be Staying Awhile

    As we all know, Terry Francona was brought in to manage the Boston Red Sox in 2004. The franchise was a year removed from yet another heartbreaking defeat to their hated rivals ...

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  10. Five Things the Red Sox Need for the Second Half

    With the All-Star Game now over and Josh Hamilton's home runs finally landing, it is now time for the players to get off their butts and get ready for the second half of the season...

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  11. Where Has The Magic Gone?

    At the beginning of the year all Red Sox fans believed a repeat was in the cards. The team had everything: pitching, exciting young players, veteran leaders, sluggers, an experienced manager, and an exceptional front office...

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  12. General Managers: The Real MVPs

    With the way franchises are being run today, the need for a great general manager has become the make-or-break factor for a team. For a recent example, look at the most recent NBA Finals...

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  13. Ken Griffey, Jr. Hits 600: Oh, What Could Have Been

    Last night, against the Florida Marlins, Ken Griffey Jr. hit the 600th home run in his career off of lefty Mark Hendrickson...

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  14. Boston Red Sox: J.D. Drew Coming Around

    J.D. Drew is known by most Red Sox fans as a huge bust for the money he was paid during the winter leading up to the 2007 season. A player who has seemed to make his reputation based on what he could do as opposed to what he has done...

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  15. Boston Red Sox: Justin Masterson Showing His Promise

    Watching Justin Masterson pitch in his third big league start tonight made me believe he can and will be a future stud in the rotation for the Boston Red Sox...

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  16. Jacoby Ellsbury: the Next Big Thing in Beantown

    Jacoby Ellsbury is already a star among the Boston faithful, but I feel he has the potential to become a legend in Beantown. Now, many of you are probably going to laugh at that last sentence...

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  17. College Football: It's Time For A Playoff!

    This winter when I sat down and watched the Ohio State Buckeyes get thrashed yet again by an SEC opponent in the BCS National Title Game, this time at the hands of the LSU Tigers, I figured the NCAA would finally take the right path of a playoff system...

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