1. Super Bowl 2012: Why New England Patriots' Wes Welker Isn't Solely to Blame

    The last time I checked, football, baseball, basketball and hockey were all team sports. Right? And, without sounding trite, you live and die as a team. At least that’s what I was taught growing up...

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  2. Baseball Hall of Fame 2012: BBWAA Drops Ball on Jeff Bagwell's Hall Induction

    For the second straight year, the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) struck out on Jeff Bagwell’s induction into Major League Baseball’s ( MLB ) Hall of Fame...

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  3. New England Patriots: Loss to Giants Evokes Super Bowl Deja Vu

    It was like deja vu when the New England Patriots ' 20-game home winning streak ended Sunday at the hands of Eli Manning and the New York City Giants . Many of the players have changed, but the outcome remained the same...

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  4. New England Patriots: Is This the Worst Defense of the Bill Belichick Era?

    Known as a defensive genius and entering his 12th season, are Bill Belichick 's 2011 New England Patriots currently winning despite their worst defense of his tenure? In 11 ...

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  5. Could Asante Samuel End Up Back in a New England Patriots Uniform?

    ESPN , as well as several other media outlets, have reported that former Patriot and current Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel , ripped Eagles team president Joe Banner and general manager Howie Roseman Wednesday...

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  6. Jonathan Papelbon: Does He Have the Red Sox Right Where He Wants Them?

    If you're not worried about Daniel Bard yet, you should be. For those of us who thought Daniel Bard was going to be "the closer in waiting" to Jonathan Papelbon 's potential departure this offseason, think again...

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  7. Boston Red Sox: A Reflection Back In This Week's History

    The Boston Red Sox have a rich tradition. With a rich tradition come great moments. As the 100 year anniversary of the Boston Red Sox quickly approaches, let us reflect back on some of the great moments throughout this week in Boston Red Sox history..

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  8. Jacoby Ellsbury: First Player to Win Comeback Player of the Year and MVP?

    During a postgame interview in the aftermath of Wednesday evening's 9-5 victory over the New York Yankees , in which Jacoby Ellsbury hit a Boone Logan fastball over the green monster ...

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  9. Adrian Gonzalez: The Red Sox's Best Pure Hitter of the Last 30 Years?

    It's been almost 30 years since we've first seen the likes of Wade Boggs. That great left-handed swing that slapped many singles and doubles off the left-field wall of Fenway Park at will...

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  10. Is Carl Crawford Likely To Survive in a Boston Red Sox Uniform?

    Over the winter, the Red Sox signed Carl Crawford to a seven-year, $142 million contract, making him one the highest-paid outfielders in baseball history...

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  11. Jacoby Ellsbury, Is It Time for the Red Sox to Re-Consider a Contract Offer?

    I'm writing this piece as a follow up to a recent article I've written entitled Is Jacoby Ellsbury Slugging His Way out of a Boston Red Sox Uniform? Scott Boras stated he didn't ...

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  12. Boston Red Sox Player Records Not Likely to Ever Be Duplicated

    When you have one of the most storied franchises in Major League Baseball history, you're bound to have special players. With special players, come special accomplishments...

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  13. Boston Red Sox: Coming Around on Jarrod Saltalamacchia

    A couple of years ago when I first heard the Red Sox and Theo Epstein had lusted after catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia of the Texas Rangers , I couldn't understand why...

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  14. Boston Red Sox: Concerned David Ortiz Looking for a New Contract

    David Ortiz is concerned about his contract and feels neglected according to both Peter Abraham of The Boston Globe and ESPN Boston . The 35-year-old Ortiz will be coming off a club option $12...

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  15. Justin Masterson and Other Former Boston Red Sox They Wished They Kept

    Justin Masterson came back to Fenway Thursday evening to beat his former teammates for the third time in four starts since being traded to the Cleveland Indians in 2009 along ...

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  16. Is Jacoby Ellsbury Slugging His Way out of a Boston Red Sox Uniform?

    After only playing in 18 games in 2010 and missing nearly the entire season with a rib cage injury, Jacoby Ellsbury has responded in a big way—he’s an All-Star...

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  17. Is Scott Boras Really Good for Major League Baseball?

    He has a billion dollar smile and a list of clients longer than Shaquille O’Neil’s wing span. He’s considered Major League Baseball's super agent...

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  18. MLB Hall of Fame: Is It Time the Governing Body Restructures Voting Procedures?

    Next week on July 23 and 24, Roberto Alomar and Bert Blyleven will be enshrined into what’s considered baseball’s highest pantheon: Major League Baseball’s ( MLB ) Hall of Fame...

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  19. Boston Red Sox: Is Adrian Gonzalez a Legit Candidate for the Triple Crown?

    Boston Red Sox Executive Vice President and General Manager Theo Epstein knew what he was getting in to this past offseason when he acquired Adrian Gonzalez from the San Diego Padres ...

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  20. Kansas City Royals: Undrafted Tim Collins Makes Royal Cut for Opening Day Roster

    I'm writing this article as a follow-up to MLB Prospects: Kansas City Royals ' Tim Collins Pitching Taller Than He Really Is...

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  21. Boston Red Sox: Daisuke Matsuzaka Pitching Himself out of Rotation

    It's been a horrific spring training so far for Daisuke (Dice-K) Matsuzaka. He's pitched just one clean inning in nine chances this spring...

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  22. Boston: Why Josh Beckett Holds the Key to the Red Sox Winning the World Series

    It's no secret that in 2010 Josh Beckett probably had one of his worst years, if not the worst year of his Major League Baseball career, depending on who you talk to. He finished 6-6 with only 127 innings pitched and an ERA of 5...

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  23. MLB Prospects: From Pre-Med To Preseason, Red Sox Sign Harvard Grad Matt Kramer

    Matt Kramer, a 2008 graduate of Harvard University, should be entering his second year of medical school right now. Instead, he's on his way to Ft. Myers Florida for spring training with the Boston Red Sox ...

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  24. MLB Prospects: Kansas City Royals' Tim Collins Pitching Taller Than He Really Is

    Camp doesn’t officially begin for the Kansas City Royals until Monday, February 14th, in Surprise, Arizona . So, If you haven’t heard of him yet, believe me you will...

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  25. 2010 NFL MVP Award: 5 Reasons Why Tom Brady May Not Win That Easily

    The NFL's MVP award will be announced on February 6th, shortly before the kickoff of Super Bowl XLV. According to Wikipedia: "Since 1957 The National Football League's Most Valuable ...

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