1. Case Keenum's Exhibition in Dominating Houston Victory

    Let it be known that on October 27th, 2011, the ever impressive Case Keenum threw for 534 yards. Oh yeah, he also had nine touchdown passes...

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  2. After Acquiring Adrian Gonzalez, What Is the Boston Red Sox's Stance in AL East?

    Early on Saturday, the Boston Red Sox made their first big splash in the offseason, dealing top prospects Casey Kelly (P), Anthony Rizzo (1B), Reymond Fuentes (OF) and a player to be named later to the Padres for Adrian Gonzalez , according to ESPN...

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  3. The 2013 Boston Red Sox: Something To Be Excited About

    The Boston Red Sox agreed to terms on deals with draftees Anthony Ranaudo and Brandon Workman days before the deadline on Monday. This is very big news, as a deal with Ranaudo was in question for most of Monday...

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  4. What If Josh Hamilton Were Never Traded to the Texas Rangers?

    On December 21, 2007, news broke that Josh Hamilton had been traded from the Cincinnati Reds to the Texas Rangers for Edinson Volquez and Danny Herrera. At the time, it was a fairly big trade; Hamilton had hit ...

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  5. Winners and Losers of the 2010 MLB Trade Deadline

    While there were no absolute superstars dealt in the last few days before the deadline, there were a few very good pitchers and position players to leave their teams, as well as several role players...

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  6. Major League Baseball: Midseason Award Predictions

    As it looks like the Rangers have acquired Cliff Lee, the baseball landscape completely changes. The Twins and Tigers look like they no longer have a legitimate shot at a World Series ...

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  7. Rookies in Major League Baseball: 2010

    While the MLB season isn't halfway over, it's time we started discussing how good rookies have really been this season...

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  8. Don't Believe The Mariners Hype: Rangers or Angels Will Win The AL West

    With all the hype surrounding Opening Day, I've been hearing more and more about the Mariners. Stop it. Please. Have they improved this off-season? Of course. They've improved plenty...

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  9. Connecticut Huskies: The Most Perplexing Team in College Basketball

    The UConn Huskies have recently been continuously killed by college basketball fans everywhere.  They have lost five of their last seven games, the only wins coming against the worst team in the Big East, DePaul, and the No...

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  10. UConn 88, Texas 74: A Sign of Things to Come

    Today, the UConn Huskies finally defeated a ranked team and in convincing fashion. They beat current No. 1 Texas 88-74...

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  11. MLB Preseason Power Rankings

    The way too early MLB power rankings of 2010. Look for the Sox to win it all this year. Look for the Nationals to make a huge jump from their absolutely terrible prior years. There will be some big changes this year...

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  12. Why The Boston Red Sox Will Dominate In 2010

    News flash: The Red Sox have a good rotation. 1. Josh Beckett 2. Jon Lester 3. John Lackey 4. Daisuke Matsuzaka 5. Clay Buchholz And there's your best rotation in baseball, which will be followed by one of the best bullpens in baseball...

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  13. Saints-Cowboys: Cowboys Win Leaves Colts as Last Undefeated

    All season there has been talk about an unprecedented two teams going undefeated. Last night, all that talk was put to rest as the Saints lost to Dallas 24-17 in the Super Dome. DeMarcus Ware was pretty banged up coming into the game...

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  14. The Mike Lowell Trade to the Texas Rangers Falls Through

    Recently, Theo Epstein proposed a trade to the Rangers: Mike Lowell and cash for minor league catcher Max Ramirez. Ramirez was the eighth best prospect in a stacked Rangers organization. The Rangers agreed...

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  15. Memo To Boston Red Sox: Go Get One More Free Agent, There Are Plenty

    We hear the Red Sox need a 1B. Well, guess what. There are indeed plenty of free agent options out there. But do we hear Theo Epstein getting involved with them? Nope. I don't understand this, honestly...

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  16. LaRoche for Kotchman: A Move Gone Overlooked by Theo and the Red Sox

    Let's all take a step back a few months. July 22, 2009: Boston Red Sox acquire 1B Adam LaRoche from the Pittsburgh Pirates for two prospects, neither big names...

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  17. MLB Hot Stove: Lackey to Red Sox, Halladay to Phillies, Lee to M's

    The winter meetings are underway, and multiple important details have already dripped out. Jason Bay is unlikely to re-sign with Boston...

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