1. Boston Red Sox: What We Learned from New York Yankees Series

    The New York Yankees ' four-game trip to Fenway Park could have left the Boston Red Sox reeling at the bottom of the AL East, with a double-digit deficit on their division-leading rivals...

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  2. Boston Red Sox: 5 Questions Going into the New York Yankees Series

    The New York Yankees come to Fenway Park for a four-game series which could leave the Boston Red Sox all but eliminated from the division race. Of course, we saw last September that no lead is safe...

    Adam MacDonald Written by Adam MacDonald about 2 years ago 760 reads 1 comments

  3. Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees Series Preview

    The last time the New York Yankees came to Fenway Park, they erased a 9-0 deficit in the space of three innings, and humiliated the Red Sox 15-9...

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  4. Boston Red Sox: Can Sox Cope with Dustin Pedroia on the Disabled List?

    It is now being reported by MLB.com , ESPN , the Boston Globe and others that Dustin Pedroia will go on the disabled list, leaving the Red Sox without their talismanic second ...

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  5. Boston Red Sox: How Concerned Should We Be About Adrian Gonzalez?

    Red Sox first baseman Adrian Gonzalez has had a poor 2012 season. Even with his current 14-game hitting streak, Boston's $154 million man is on pace for career worsts in batting average, home runs, walks, OBP and slugging percentage...

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  6. Boston Red Sox: Starting Pitching Will Keep This Team from Winning World Series

    For all their early-season struggles, the Boston Red Sox are a playoff-calibre team. With 407 runs scored, they have the second-best offense in the league, behind only the Texas Rangers ...

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  7. 5 Ways to Fix the MLB All-Star Voting Process

    There is always controversy when the rosters for the MLB All-Star Game are announced. Some players are snubbed, some players should not have been included, and some should be starting but are on the bench...

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  8. Boston Red Sox: 5 Most Surprising 2012 Performances

    Franklin Morales matched former Cy Young winner Felix Hernandez pitch for pitch on Thursday night, throwing seven brilliant shutout innings, allowing just three hits...

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  9. Boston Red Sox: This Team Needs More Players Like Kevin Youkilis

    Kevin Youkilis was traded to the Chicago White Sox earlier this week after months of speculation and trade rumors ...

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  10. Boston Red Sox: Will Middlebrooks Needs to Be in the Lineup Every Day

    Will Middlebrooks was the driving force in the Red Sox 's 6-5 win over the Miami Marlins on Friday, with a three-hit, four-RBI night. Over the last 30 days, he is second on the team in average and third in RBI...

    Adam MacDonald Written by Adam MacDonald about 2 years ago 661 reads 2 comments

  11. MLB Trade Scenarios: Zack Greinke and Every Team's Top Available Pitcher

    Almost every team this season thinks they can make the playoffs. With the addition of the second Wild Card, more teams are in the hunt for a postseason berth...

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  12. 10 Most Unpronounceable Names in MLB History

    In "Who's on First", Abbot and Costello's most famous routine, the duo make reference to the fact that baseball players have some really strange names...

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  13. 10 Most Disappointing MLB Players at the Season's One-Quarter Mark

    We are now at the point in the MLB season where one can no longer use the excuse "it's a small sample size...

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  14. 10 MLB Teams Already Thankful for the Second Wild Card

    Major League Baseball's decision to introduce a second wild-card team marked the first change to the game's playoff structure since 1995. This season the two wild-card winners will face each other in a one-game playoff...

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  15. Boston Red Sox: Will Middlebrooks Has to Start, Kevin Youkilis Has to Be Traded

    The Boston Red Sox have a lot of problems. Their starting pitcher is the second-worst in the major leagues. They have almost $100 million on the disabled list. Their $20 million first baseman is in a big-time funk at the plate...

    Adam MacDonald Written by Adam MacDonald about 2 years ago 4,794 reads 24 comments

  16. Boston Red Sox: What Can the Sox Do About Clay Buchholz?

    Some people still believe wins are a good statistic for evaluating starting pitchers. They're wrong, and Clay Buchholz is proving why. Through six starts this season, Buchholz has a 3-1 win-loss record...

    Adam MacDonald Written by Adam MacDonald about 2 years ago 2,210 reads 7 comments

  17. MLB Trade Rumors: 10 Players Guaranteed to Be Traded by the Deadline

    As we get closer to the end of the season's first quarter, we can start to take a look at the standings and actually learn things from the team's performances. It means nothing if the Baltimore Orioles are atop the AL East after four games...

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  18. Los Angeles Angels: Sitting Albert Pujols Might Jump-Start the Angels Offense

    The 2012 season has not started well for the Los Angeles Angels . An 11-17 record, last place in the AL West, shutout six times and their quarter-billion dollar first baseman is in the worst slump of his career...

    Adam MacDonald Written by Adam MacDonald about 2 years ago 386 reads 0 comments

  19. Boston Red Sox: Why Bobby Valentine Has to Be Fired Before the End of the Season

    The Bobby Valentine era in Boston has been a disaster so far, though it would be unfair to say that all of the Red Sox 's woes are the fault of the new manager...

    Adam MacDonald Written by Adam MacDonald about 2 years ago 3,081 reads 4 comments

  20. Boston Red Sox: Clay Buchholz and 5 Players Who Need to Play Better in May

    With a miserable 8-2 loss to the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday night, the Boston Red Sox fell to 11-15, 7.5 games out of first in the AL East. The Red Sox have endured a terrible start to 2012...

    Adam MacDonald Written by Adam MacDonald about 2 years ago 1,701 reads 2 comments

  21. Every MLB Team's Pitcher Who Has To Have a Huge May

    We may only be a month into the season, but already we are learning things about the state of each team. Granted, not everything we learn in April is reliable. The L.A...

    Adam MacDonald Written by Adam MacDonald about 2 years ago 1,296 reads 1 comments

  22. Picking a Beer to Represent Each MLB Ballpark

    There are certain traditions associated with going to a baseball game. You sing in the seventh inning, you eat hot dogs, you turn your cap inside out when your team's losing in the ninth and you drink beer...

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  23. Boston Red Sox: Just How Bad Have Boston Starters Been This Season?

    The Boston Red Sox have a 6.56 ERA through 15 games. That puts them last in all of baseball; the second-worst team, Minnesota , is still a whole run better than Boston...

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  24. Boston Red Sox: The Positives to Take from Boston's Terrible Start

    The Boston Red Sox have not started well. They are 5-10, dead last in the AL East, third-last in the American League and 26th in baseball overall...

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  25. 2013 MLB Free Agency: 10 Stars Whose Teams Now Have No Shot to Re-Sign Them

    It's never too early to look towards the future. We might only be 10 games into the 2012 season, but it never hurts to look at next year...

    Adam MacDonald Written by Adam MacDonald about over 2 years ago 390 reads 1 comments