1. John Smoltz Nearing Return: Should Red Sox Pitchers Worry?

    Last night, John Smoltz made more progress to advance himself on the long road of recovery from last year's season-ending shoulder surgery...

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  2. Giant Killers: Boston Red Sox Topple the Empire

    In continuation of the Giant Killers series, I introduce the well-worn, but always bone-chilling story of the 2004 Boston Red Sox...

    E A Written by E A about 5 years ago 86 reads 21 comments

  3. Miguel Tejada: A Perfect Fit for the Red Sox?

    The Red Sox have had almost no offensive woes outside of David Ortiz this season. After very slow starts from Jacoby Ellsbury and Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox hitters are meeting, or in ...

    E A Written by E A about 5 years ago 516 reads 25 comments

  4. Forget Matt Holliday, Jason Bay Deserves an Extension!

    Many a fan has been looking forward to the 2009-2010 offseason ever since the 2009 season started, mainly due to an equally talented, if not better, free agent class than last offseason's...

    E A Written by E A about 5 years ago 116 reads 9 comments

  5. David Ortiz: Why Big Papi Isn't Done Yet

    All the rage lately has been about David Ortiz and his season-long slump. As of May 17, this is one of the longest homerless streaks in Ortiz' career...

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  6. Real Men Wear Pink: Boston's Stars Among Many Swinging Away at Cancer

    As we all know, yesterday we all celebrated Mother's Day. Since all 30 teams had scheduled games, making a day to spend with their mothers impossible, Major League Baseball had something different in mind...

    E A Written by E A about 5 years ago 239 reads 16 comments

  7. Tony Conigliaro: A Career, Life Cut Tragically Short

    Tony Conigliaro was born in Revere, Mass. in 1945. "Tony C," as he was known by the fans, was such a popular player that he could truly say he had it all...

    E A Written by E A about 5 years ago 3,179 reads 20 comments

  8. Boston Red Sox All-Stars: The Old Time Towne's All-Time Team

    The Boston Red Sox have one of the most storied histories among all baseball franchises, although that's not necessarily a good thing...

    E A Written by E A about 5 years ago 1,446 reads 35 comments

  9. Minnesota and Boston: A One-Sided Swap Meet

    Before I get started, hat tip to Todd Civin for giving me the idea for this one. I was suffering a particularly bad case of writer's block. Now I feel like I'm on a springboard back to spewing out four or five articles a week, nothing out of my ordinary..

    E A Written by E A about 5 years ago 1,141 reads 20 comments

  10. Boston Red Sox' Casey Kelly: A Look at the Farm Prospect

    Casey Kelly is one of the more unique players in the Red Sox farm system. He was a highly touted high school quarterback, one who could have played football at Tennessee before choosing baseball...

    E A Written by E A about 5 years ago 592 reads 9 comments

  11. Red Sox-Indians: Cranking It Up for a 12th Win?

    The past 11 games have been nothing short of amazing for Red Sox Nation. The Red Sox, who at first couldn't buy a win, won every way possible. Pitcher's duels? Check. Yesterday, the teams in Cleveland saw a 0-0 game go into the ninth inning...

    E A Written by E A about over 5 years ago 85 reads 16 comments

  12. Rivalry Resumes: Youkilis Ends 11-Inning Affair with Swing of the Bat

    Tonight was the first meeting between the Red Sox and Yankees tonight, and it could not have been more exciting. Game one recap The Red Sox jumped out to an early lead on Yankees hurler Joba Chamberlain, with Jacoby Ellsbury scoring on a wild pitch...

    E A Written by E A about over 5 years ago 58 reads 0 comments

  13. Welcome Back: Red Sox Deal for Former Prospect Kason Gabbard

    According to reports, the Texas Rangers have traded left-handed starting pitcher Kason Gabbard, 27, to the Red Sox for cash considerations...

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  14. The Unlikeliest of Stoppers: "Wake-Ing" Up the Boston Red Sox

    Josh Beckett, Jon Lester, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Tim Wakefield, Brad Penny. Hard to believe a team trotting these guys out on the hill every fifth night would start the year with a 2-6 record...

    E A Written by E A about over 5 years ago 453 reads 11 comments

  15. New England Patriots: Five Potential Targets in Upcoming Draft

    With this Saturday's NFL Draft quickly approaching, many Patriots fans have exclaimed that Connor Barwin, a three-position player from Cincy, is the perfect fit for the team...

    E A Written by E A about over 5 years ago 1,244 reads 12 comments

  16. Defense Is Key As Boston Celtics Look To Slay the Bulls

    In 2007, the Celtics were almost a perfect team. Familiar fan favorite Paul Pierce was joined by newcomers Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen. The title-hungry Boston Celtics, deprived of a trophy in recent years, were a force to be reckoned with...

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  17. Red Sox Gaining Momentum as Turnaround Begins in Earnest

    On this day 70 years ago, Ted Williams made his major league debut, going 1-for-4 with a double while hitting sixth against the New York Yankees...

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  18. Jed Lowrie Out, Julio Lugo Will Return with Starting Job

    With an emerging story that Jed Lowrie will apparently miss the remainder of the season with wrist surgery, the Red Sox seem to be out of options at shortstop, with not only Lowrie but also Julio Lugo on the disabled list...

    E A Written by E A about over 5 years ago 333 reads 11 comments

  19. Red Sox Down Orioles as Offense Fires on All Cylinders

    This isn't the first time in the past six months or so that the Red Sox have faced a seven-run deficit at their own Fenway Park...

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  20. Boston Red Sox: Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are...

    With the Red Sox off to a sluggish 2-5 start, their worst since 1996, it leaves fans wondering where this premiere-looking offense is hiding. While Boston's pitching thus far hasn't been exactly stellar itself, the offense looks even worse...

    E A Written by E A about over 5 years ago 199 reads 7 comments

  21. Fenway Park: Should It Stay or Should It Go?

    After reading a few articles recently having to do with Fenway Park and doing a small amount of research on a proposed New Fenway Park, I decided it was time for me to weigh in on the issue...

    E A Written by E A about over 5 years ago 2,140 reads 38 comments

  22. New England Patriots: Top 10 Draft-Day Decisions in Franchise History

    As the 2009 NFL Draft creeps up on us, I began wondering who would round out a list of the 10 best draft decisions in Patriots history. Some of the first names to go through my mind were Tom Brady, John Hannah, Stanley Morgan, and Randy Moss...

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  23. A Tribute to Nick Adenhart

    Just last night, 22-year-old Nick Adenhart pitched a gem for the Angels against the Oakland Athletics. In six innings, Adenhart gave up seven hits and three walks, holding the A's scoreless through those six innings...

    E A Written by E A about over 5 years ago 530 reads 25 comments

  24. Julio Lugo...It Didn't Seem That Bad at the Time

    Theo Epstein, the genius GM, who knows just who to let go of at exactly the right time, has only one glaring mistake on his resume. That is the general opinion at least. Obviously, most consider that mistake to be Julio Lugo...

    E A Written by E A about over 5 years ago 187 reads 3 comments

  25. Boston Red Sox: Four Prospects Who Can Make an Impact in 2009

    Only two days away from now is an ALCS rematch; the Rays square off vs. the Red Sox at Fenway Park on Opening Day. Since I don't get to see the Sox play too much, I really did jump up and down ...

    E A Written by E A about over 5 years ago 397 reads 16 comments