1. New England Patriots Should Show Left Guard Logan Mankins the Money

    The New England Patriots last week placed the franchise tag on the team's outstanding left guard, Logan Mankins ...

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  2. Roger Federer: Dubai Loss Raises Questions About Decline in His Game

    It was painful - again - for me to watch Roger Federer lose another tournament to Novak Djokovic this morning. Djokovic trounced Federer 6-3, 6-3 in the Dubai Tennis Championships and the match didn't seem close most of the time...

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  3. Terry Francona: Boston Red Sox Manager for an Amazingly Long Haul

    It's easy to forget now that before Terry Francona's arrival, baseball managers did not last long in Boston. In fact, you have to go back to Joe Cronin, who managed from 1935-47, to find a manager who lasted in Boston as long as Francona has so far...

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  4. Crawford, Ellsbury Give Boston Red Sox a Unique, Explosive Base-Stealing Threat

    One of the most exciting, positive "unknowns" about the 2011 Boston Red Sox is the combined impact Carl Crawford and Jacoby Ellsbury will have on the basepaths...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Peter Ajemian about over 3 years ago 453 reads 4 comments

  5. J.D. Drew: Overrated, Overpaid and Underperforming Until the End

    J.D. Drew's five-year $70 million contract will, finally, mercifully, end after the 2011 season. He arrived in 2007 with many wondering why the Boston Red Sox wanted to pay him so much and he'll leave with many more people doing so...

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  6. Boston Red Sox 3 Key Pitchers Must Rediscover Their Old Heat

    Josh Beckett, John Lackey and Jonathan Papelbon each face the daunting challenge of regaining the old velocity and movement on their fastballs. That's a hard thing for any pitch er to do when their fastball has begun to decline...

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  7. Why Carl Crawford Should Bat Leadoff For The 2011 Red Sox

    Carl Crawford would be a much better leadoff hitter for the 2011 Red Sox than Jacoby Ellsbury. In fact, the argument is not even close, in my view. First, Ellsbury has not yet proven himself at leadoff...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Peter Ajemian about over 3 years ago 775 reads 7 comments