1. Breakdown of the Red Sox 2009 Schedule: April

    With Spring Training right around the corner, I can barely contain my excitement. I'm going to break down the Red Sox 2009 schedule over a series of articles, with one article covering one month of the season...

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  2. Five Questions Facing the Boston Red Sox for 2009

    With only two days to go until Pitchers And Catchers Report to Spring Training, the Red Sox are done dealing. For now. However, there are still some questions surrounding the team as they go ahead...

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  3. Looking Back: Who Won the Manny Ramirez Trade?

    With Manny Ramirez still out there in free agency limbo, it makes me wonder. Who won the Manny Ramirez trade? Let's see what each side gave up: Boston: Manny Ramirez, LFCraig Hansen, RPBrandon ...

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  4. Boston Red Sox 2009 Preview: Pitching

    The Red Sox look to have one of the best all-around pitching staffs in baseball for the upcoming season. With an ace like Josh Beckett, and emerging stars in Matsuzaka and Lester, and a such ...

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  5. What Happened to the Integrity of Major League Baseball?

    Today, the sports world was rocked with the news that Alex Rodriguez has tested positive for taking steroids in 2003. What the hell has happened to this great game? Baseball, "America's Pastime," is losing its last shreds of integrity by the day, it seems

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  6. Minnesota Twins: Profiling the 'Pen for '09

    After a winter of puttering around, the Twins' bullpen is not appearing comparable to the bullpen of previous seasons, unfortunately...

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  7. Boston Red Sox 2009 Preview: Offense

    This isn't my first 2009 preview for the Red Sox this winter, but, they've made plenty of additions since then, so I'm giving this another go. I'll be breaking down every projected starting player, and every projected bench player on the 25-man roster...

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  8. John Madden: Creating Phallic Works Of Art, Est. 2007

    Sept. 6, 2007: The New Orleans Saints played their regular season opener against the Indianapolis Colts. The game was broadcasted on NBC Sunday Night Football. Unfortunately for the Saints, they were absolutely embarrassed in this game...

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  9. Manny Ramirez Signs For-Life Contract (humor)

    Today was a big day for the baseball world. Scott Boras held a press conference just minutes ago to announce that former All Star left fielder, Manny Ramirez, has signed a contract to play for the New York Knights...

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  10. Evil Empire: An Ignorant Term Coined by Bigoted Fans

    I'm so sick of hearing the phrase "Evil Empire" stamped onto Major League Baseball teams with a rubber stamp. The Yankees were the first to get this label. The Red Sox have it now, also. Heed my words, the Chicago Cubs are next in line...

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  11. Twins Looking to Trade Delmon Young, Acquire Jarrod Washburn (WHAT?!)

    Ken Rosenthal of foxsports.com is reporting that the Twins are looking to trade left fielder Delmon Young. They also have been interested in acquiring Seattle starting pitcher Jarrod Washburn...

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  12. Red Sox Sign Jason Varitek; What This Means For Boston

    Finally. The Red Sox and longtime captain Jason Varitek have agreed to a new contract. Varitek, a fixture in the Red Sox lineup, agreed with the Red Sox this afternoon to a two-year contract...

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  13. Theo Epstein vs. Brian Cashman: Which GM Is Better?

    Not much is going on between the Yankees or the Red Sox right now. No big transactions, no coaching additions, no shots in the media, and the same old rumors. With a big winter for one, and a more quiet winter for the other, I've been wondering...

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  14. The Top 10 Sports Movies of All Time

    I'm a movie nut, I'm a sports nut. With all the remade movies dropping in Hollywood these days, I don't get to see the best of both worlds anymore...

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  15. Enough Games in the Hall of Fame—Induct Bert Blyleven!

    Another year, another Baseball Hall of Fame vote, another snub for Bert Blyleven. All it takes is a player's name to make it onto 75% of the ballots, and he's in the Hall...

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  16. Wally's Weekly Jan. 26, 2009: Who Will Catch for the Boston Red Sox?

    I'm sure I speak for all of Red Sox Nation when I say I want Jason Varitek back. Well, good news, Sox fans! Boston has made an offer to Varitek. They offered a one-year deal with a team and player (not a mutual) option for 2010...

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  17. What's in Store for the AL Central in 2009?

    The American League Central is going to have a tight pennant race in the upcoming season. Despite having its share of mediocre teams in 2008, these teams have taken measures to improve this winter, ...

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  18. Ryan Howard Demands $18 Million in Arbitration; Is He Worth It?

    Ronald Blum of the Associated Press reported yesterday that Phillies superstar first baseman Ryan Howard is seeking up to $18 million in salary arbitration. Let it be known that the Phillies offered $14 million...

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  19. Wally's Weekly 1/19/09: Honoring African American Red Sox Legends

    Happy Martin Luther King Day to all! I'd like to use this special day as to honor African American legends of Boston's past. It's only fitting to do so on the day of Dr. King...

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  20. NFL (Yet Another) Mock Draft 2009: Round One

    There are a lot of NFL Mock drafts out there to read, and it is exciting for NFL fans of any team looking for a fresh start in 2009. However, I came to the conclusion that I would not be content until I got my own mock out there...

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  21. Wally's Weekly 1/12/09: The First of Many Red Sox Articles

    Hello, Red Sox fans!I wanted to start a weekly feature article for the Red Sox, my favorite sports team in the history of forever. This is my product...

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  22. Roger Clemens Announces Retirement (HUMOR)

    Today was a big day for baseball fans around the world. Roger Clemens—whose illustrious 24-year career included seven Cy Young Awards, and MVP Award, and the starting pitcher in three All-Star ...

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  23. Tarvaris Jackson Completes Pass

    Minneapolis, Minnesota—Vikings quarterback Tarvaris Jackson has been the talk of the Twin Cities lately after accomplishing an incredible feat...

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  24. New York: What Happened To The Pinstripes?

    The New York Yankees are obviously the most prestigious and successful professional sports team in the history of sports, that cannot be argued...

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  25. Boston Red Sox: 2009 Preview

    2008 saw a bitter end for the defending champion Boston Red Sox. After falling down 3-1 in the American League Championship Series, the Red Sox staged an incredible comeback in game five, ultimately ...

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