1. 5 Hot Fantasy Baseball Free Agents With Play Or Trade Value

    Always afraid to release your drafted stars whose weak performances are killing your fantasy squad, you risk missing out on some early-season hot up-and-comers that could make or break your team...

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  2. Will Darnell McDonald Force David Ortiz, J.D. Drew or Bill Hall Out of Boston?

    When Daisuke Matsuzaka returns from his rehab assignment sometime during the next 10 days, the Red Sox will need to make room for him on the 25-man roster...

    Peter Douglas Written by Peter Douglas about over 4 years ago 1,091 reads 18 comments

  3. How Are The Top 14 MLB Free Agent Acquisitions Performing in 2010?

    The proof is in the pudding. After months of free-agent hoopla, much of it focused on a few premier players, the 2010 season is beginning to reveal which acquisitions were wise and which weren't worth the contractual ink...

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  4. Boston Red Sox Claim Right-Hander Santo Luis from the Chicago White Sox

    For the second time in his professional career, right-handed pitcher Santo Luis has been claimed by a team named Sox. During the Minor League portion of the 2007 Rule Five Draft, the White Sox claimed the Dominican Luis from the Houston Astros...

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  5. Mariano Rivera's & Bill Buckner's Top List of 5 Most Infamous MLB Errors

    Is that Mariano Rivera? Why on earth would he and Bill Buckner be mentioned in the same article? Having just finished Mike Vaccaro's deftly crafted history of "The First Fall Classic," ...

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  6. Top 10 MLB Players With Issues: Who Will Erupt Next Like David Ortiz?

    David Ortiz’ recent profanity-laced tantrum with the Boston media isn’t his first meltdown, and if he continues to hit poorly, Big Papi’s spoiled inner child will certainly rear his ugly head once again...

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  7. Former Red Sox Kelly Shoppach Stymies C.C. Sabathia's No Hitter

    After seven and two-thirds innings of no-hit ball Saturday afternoon in Tampa Bay, C.C. Sabathia was within striking distance of his first career no-hitter. Just four outs to go...

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  8. Fantasy Impact: Josh Beckett Contract Extension a Bad Sign

    Red Sox “Ace” Josh Beckett signed a four-year, $68-million contract extension early this week to remain with Boston through the 2014 season...

    Peter Douglas Written by Peter Douglas about over 4 years ago 488 reads 6 comments

  9. Aerosmith's Steven Tyler Embarrasses Red Sox Nation on Opening Day

    Aerosmith’s soaring, grinding, hard-rock ballads are quintessential to the American pop-culture landscape...

    Peter Douglas Written by Peter Douglas about over 4 years ago 1,701 reads 5 comments

  10. Fantasy Baseball Drafting: Five Secrets To Besting Your Opponents

    Remaining pre-Opening Day drafts are dwindling, and you’ll have to hurry if you’re going to gather an untainted fantasy roster. If you want a good one, you’ll need to skip the live-draft lobbies and register for one 24 hours in advance..

    Peter Douglas Written by Peter Douglas about over 4 years ago 431 reads 4 comments

  11. Jorge Padron: Another Cuban Defector Chooses the Boston Red Sox

    Luis Tiant. Jose Canseco. Mike Lowell. Jose Iglesias isn’t the first Cuban Red Sox, but he may have opened up the floodgates when he defected from the Cuban World Junior National Team in July, 2008...

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  12. 2010 MLB Predictions: Jason Varitek's Swan Song with the Boston Red Sox

    On April 11th the Boston Red Sox will visit Kansas City’s Kauffman Stadium to take on the ever-flailing Royals, and Jason Varitek will turn 38. Whether Varitek will catch that day remains to be seen...

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  13. MLB Trade Rumors: Boston's Kevin Youkilis Apparently on the Block

    As incomprehensible as it may seem, the Red Sox apparently have Kevin Youkilis on the block, according to one major league source...

    Peter Douglas Written by Peter Douglas about over 4 years ago 2,476 reads 36 comments

  14. CBS Sports Fantasy Really Does Outstrip The Competition

    How many leagues are you joining this year? Last year I loosely participated in no fewer than 26 fantasy leagues. I’ve played on ESPN, Sporting News, Fox, and CBS Sports. By the All-Star break, I was following three leagues...

    Peter Douglas Written by Peter Douglas about over 4 years ago 341 reads 2 comments

  15. 2010 Red Sox Predictions: Who's the 25th Man?

    With Daisuke Matsuzaka’s late start and Clay Buchholz’ fine spring performances, the 2010 Red Sox’ starting rotation is achieving some predictability: Josh Beckett, Jon Lester, John Lackey, Clay Buchholz, and Tim Wakefield...

    Peter Douglas Written by Peter Douglas about over 4 years ago 656 reads 15 comments

  16. 2010 Red Sox Spring Training: Non-Roster Veteran Pitcher Invitees

    Unlike the young-gun non-roster invitees who have been reassigned to minor league camps and may still have the whole baseball world before them, these more veteran pitchers need to shine now if they’re to make the 2010 show...

    Peter Douglas Written by Peter Douglas about over 4 years ago 115 reads 0 comments

  17. 2010 Red Sox Spring Training: Non-Roster Young-Gun Pitcher Invitees

    As usual, Theo Epstein has effectively overloaded the 2010 Red Sox rotation with Jon Lester, Josh Beckett, and John Lackey owning the front end and Daisuke Matsuzaka, Clay Buchholz, Tim Wakefield, and maybe Boof Bonser competing for the final two spots...

    Peter Douglas Written by Peter Douglas about over 4 years ago 778 reads 0 comments

  18. 2010 Red Sox Spring Training: Non-Roster Catcher Invitees

    Joe Mauer has his MVP award, looming $100-million contract extension, and the cover of MLB The Show 2010. Victor Martinez and Jason Varitek form a formidable backstop platoon for the 2010 Red Sox...

    Peter Douglas Written by Peter Douglas about over 4 years ago 659 reads 8 comments

  19. 2010 Red Sox Spring Training: Non-Roster Outfielder Invitees

    While watching those Spring Training games minutely on a work computer or catching them here and there on the MLB Network, some Red Sox fans may wish the commentary focused more on who these non-roster players are...

    Peter Douglas Written by Peter Douglas about over 4 years ago 698 reads 4 comments

  20. 2010 Red Sox Spring Training: Non-Roster Infielder Invitees

    While some of the more devout Red Sox fans may already know everything about the non-roster invitees to 2010 spring training, such knowledge often eludes and frustrates those serious fans who don't understand the farm system's nuances...

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  21. Boston Red Sox: The All-Time Best Defensive Team

    Much has been made of the 2010 Red Sox and their defensive prowess, or potential. JD Drew, Mike Cameron, and Jacoby Ellsbury comprise a formidable outfield...

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  22. 2010 MLB Predictions: Adrian Beltre, An All-Around Upgrade For Red Sox

    In Adrian Beltre the Boston Red Sox have acquired a Gold Glove third baseman to replace another Gold Glove third baseman in Mike Lowell. But the Red Sox may have gotten more than they bargained for...

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  23. The 10 Best Home-Grown Red Sox in the Majors Today

    Beyond Hanley Ramirez and the mammoth 2005 deal that sent the slugging shortstop to Florida in exchange for Josh Beckett, Mike Lowell, and Guillermo Mota, who are the best former Red Sox toeing ...

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  24. 2010 MLB Predictions: 10 Bold Boston Red Sox Predictions

    Like Babe Ruth calling his shot, so do I now set forth ten bold predictions for which the Internet will forever hold me accountable. Actually, there's very little similarity there, but so much of the Babe's appeal is in his name...

    Peter Douglas Written by Peter Douglas about over 4 years ago 2,020 reads 81 comments

  25. Schilling & Clemens Provide Two of the Greatest Red Sox Pitching Outings

    The Red Sox franchise leads the American League with 19 No Hitters, second only to the Dodgers’ Major League best 20. Cy Young was a Red Sox and pitched the first Perfect Game in the modern era...

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