1. Red Sox Bullpen: Is It Really That Good? Jenks, Bard, & Papelbon Aim for the Top

    The baseball world, and Boston in particular, is abuzz over the Red Sox bullpen this season. Coming off a year in which Sox relievers were Major League Baseball's eighth-worst (4...

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  2. Keeping Friends Close, Enemies Closer: Why Red Sox and Yankees Fans Aren't Alike

    As a Red Sox fan, almost nothing raises my ire like Yankees fans mouthing off about their team. The history of the Boston -New York rivalry is long, torturous, and—viewed ...

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  3. MLB: Top Sites for Stats Lovers

    For some, baseball is little more than a diversion, something to switch on at 7 p.m. while you wait for your delivery guy to bring over that order of fried chicken. But for the rest of us, maybe we don't like fried chicken...

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  4. Major League Baseball in 2011: Everyone but the Boston Red Sox Can Pack Up Now

    Like the dawn of every baseball season, by now the fans of all 30 MLB teams—with the likely exception of the Kansas City Royals and the Pittsburgh Pirates—have managed to convince themselves that they have a chance this year...

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  5. A Very (American) Happy Ending

    When the United States scored in the 91st minute against Algeria today to take a 1-0 lead in its last World Cup group contest, American fans were euphoric...

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