1. Bud Selig Announces Creation Of New Award (HUMOR)

    With Opening Day of major league baseball's 2009 regular season only three days away, commissioner Bud Selig has announced that a new award will be handed out to one lucky player in each league at the end of the season...

    E A Written by E A about over 5 years ago 119 reads 3 comments

  2. Why the Boston Red Sox Will Win the AL East in 2009

    For me, 2008 was almost as disappointing as 2003 in terms of how the Red Sox did. My favorite player, Manny Ramirez, turned out to be the guy who screwed over the Sox down the stretch, ...

    E A Written by E A about over 5 years ago 696 reads 10 comments

  3. Pedro Martinez: Where Will He Land?

    With only 11 days until the start of the regular season, Pedro Martinez still finds himself without a home. Is he worried about it? No...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 131 reads 1 comments

  4. Curt Schilling Retires: The End of an Era

    After sitting out for the 2008 season, Curt Schilling decided it was best to hang up the spikes for good. Schilling will forever be remembered as one the most clutch pitchers of his generation...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 338 reads 7 comments

  5. (Unofficial) Billboard Top Five: Red Sox Edition

    Creative name, huh? I know it's cheesy, but it's the best I could do. Cut me some slack, I'm giving in to the Madness of March...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 554 reads 2 comments

  6. Red Sox Make The Right Choice, Cut Josh Bard

    George Kottaras has won the backup catching job for Boston. Bard's second stint with the Red Sox is over before it began...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 287 reads 0 comments

  7. Jacoby Ellsbury: Undervalued, Under-Appreciated, Underrated

    With East Coast-groupie ESPN on the scene, it is hard to find, let alone believe, an undervalued, under-appreciated, or underrated player in any team brown-nosed by sports media giant ...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 527 reads 13 comments

  8. Ring The Alarm For Edinson Volquez, Johnny Cueto

    I really like Edinson Volquez. I think he's a great pitcher and he's got one of the brightest futures ahead, possibly even more so than teammate Johnny Cueto. Now, let's get started...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 485 reads 1 comments

  9. Why Clay Buchholz Will Not Be a Bust for the Boston Red Sox

    In his second start in his big-league career, could Clay Buchholz have set the bar any higher for the expectations fans would have of him? Hardly...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 392 reads 7 comments

  10. Josh Beckett Continues To Roll in Spring Training

    Josh Beckett made his third start of Spring Training on Friday, a three-inning bout against the Marlins. Terry Francona wanted Beckett to throw around 45 pitches for the outing, and Beckett hit exactly 45 pitches in those three innings...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 170 reads 2 comments

  11. Manny Ramirez Pulls Head Out of...; Signs Two-Year Deal

    Heeeeeeeeeeee's baaaaaaaaack! That's right, folks, Manny Ramirez is back with the LA Dodgers. Today, Ramirez signed a two-year, $45 million contract with the Dodgers. In 2009, Ramirez will be paid $25 million, with a $20 million option for 2010...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 84 reads 0 comments

  12. Mark Prior To Head Roster For New Team in World Baseball Classic (humor)

    The World Baseball Classic is a wonderful event. Japan, Dominican Republic, United States, and Canada are all serious contenders to bring glory to their home country...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 495 reads 3 comments

  13. Three Questions Facing The Red Sox Early in Spring Training

    With a drove of Red Sox shipping out for the World Baseball Classic, or already being shelved up, the Red Sox have more questions now than before pitchers and catchers reporting to training...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 136 reads 2 comments

  14. Papelbon To Skip World Baseball Classic

    The World Baseball Classic, the Olympics of baseball, was first held in 2006. This year, the second WBC is set to take place, and many prominent Red Sox players will represent various teams...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 130 reads 1 comments

  15. Division Debate: The Red Sox' Success Hinges on John Smoltz

    When opening my inbox of e-mails this afternoon, Nino Colla presented me with a tough question: "Both the Red Sox and Yankees are big spenders, probably one more than the other, but this offseason ...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 244 reads 9 comments

  16. A Look at Boston's Top Prospect Lars Anderson

    With a rather disappointing loss in the Mark Teixeira sweepstakes this winter, the Red Sox didn't add the power hitter David Ortiz had been clamoring for. However, the future of the Red Sox lineup is far from bleak...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 488 reads 3 comments

  17. Finally, Minnesota Twins Sign Joe Crede; Is Juan Cruz Next?

    Crede News broke earlier that the Twins and third baseman Joe Crede, who have been negotiating for weeks now, have finally agreed to terms on a one-year contract. This deal works out great for both parties involved...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 619 reads 6 comments

  18. Minnesota Twins: Previewing an Electric Offense for 2009

    All around the diamond, the Twins have high-flying speedsters or guys who flat-out bring the lumber. The lineup is not yet set in stone for the Twins, who are accustomed to platooning ...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 279 reads 0 comments

  19. Boston Red Sox : Healthy Ortiz, Lowell Report to Spring Training

    With the Red Sox training camp now open and getting up to full speed, the Sox start over with a clean slate. They can erase a tough stretch run in which they ended up losing the division to the Tampa Bay Rays...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 161 reads 0 comments

  20. San Francisco Giants Out on Joe Crede: What This Means for the Minnesota Twins

    News broke earlier today that the Giants do not expect to sign third baseman Joe Crede. This news is huge for the Minnesota Twins. Here's why: A) There were two known suitors for Joe Crede, the San Francisco Giants and the Minnesota Twins...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 575 reads 2 comments

  21. Fantasy Baseball Mock Draft: Where Red Sox Players Fit In

    As a huge Red Sox fan, I naturally would like to fill up my roster with as many Red Sox players as I can. For those of you who want to know when to start drafting guys, I am publishing ...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 293 reads 3 comments

  22. Matt Holliday: Could the Red Sox Pursue Him?

    Before I start writing, I would like to note that this is pure speculation on my part. Jason Bay is set to be a free agent after the 2009 season, and has yet to talk extension with the Boston Red Sox...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 458 reads 1 comments

  23. Eleven Young MLB Players Ready for Big Seasons

    With 11 days until Spring Training, it inspired me to write about 11 underrated young players around the league looking to put up lofty numbers in the upcoming season...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 291 reads 7 comments

  24. Can Bud Selig Really Suspend A-Rod?

    All the baseball news for the past five days has been centered around the news of Alex Rodriguez testing positive for anabolic steroids in 2003...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 102 reads 1 comments

  25. Fantasy Baseball Players: Punny Team Names for the Upcoming Season

    Now that Yahoo!, my preferred fantasy sports carrier, has opened up to the masses for fantasy baseball 2009, I could not be more excited. Fantasy baseball is here...

    E A Written by E A about almost 6 years ago 17,951 reads 1 comments