1. 5 Reasons Jose Iglesias Will Be the Everyday SS for the Red Sox in 2013

    Entering his fourth season of professional ball, Jose Iglesias hopes to finally earn the elusive job of starting shortstop for the Boston Red Sox ...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about over 2 years ago 4,672 reads 4 comments

  2. Ranking the Top 5 Standouts at Red Sox Camp

    Mark your calendars Red Sox fans, Opening Day at Yankee Stadium is just 11 days away. As spring training begins to wind down, fans usually like to reflect on their favorite players' ...

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  3. Red Sox Players Who Are Most Likely to Disappoint in 2013

    While it's never fun to be a pessimist, it's important to be realistic. Hope springs eternal every year in baseball, with all 30 teams hoping to take advantage of consistent contributions from every member of the 25-man roster (and then some)...

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  4. Why the Boston Red Sox Must Trade Jacoby Ellsbury

    While the topic has been beaten like a dead horse, we must revisit it at least once more—the 2013 season will most likely be Jacoby Ellsbury ’s last in Boston...

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  5. Boston Red Sox: Potential Breakout Players in 2013

    Baseball in 2013 is certainly a sight for sore eyes, but position players often gripe that spring training is just too long...

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  6. Why John Farrell Is Exactly What the Boston Red Sox Needed at Manager

    When John Farrell was acquired by the Red Sox it was a breath of fresh air. He stepped into the mess left by his predecessor Bobby Valentine...

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  7. Boston Red Sox: Predicting Mike Napoli's 2013 Fenway Park Stats

    Mike Napoli has made a career out of killing the Red Sox . On numerous occasions he has come up with clutch hits to put Boston away late in games...

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  8. Super Bowl 47: It's Time to Call Joe Flacco Elite

    For the past decade the Baltimore Ravens were known as defensive-minded team with stalwarts like Ray Lewis and Ed Reed serving as the faces of the franchise. But this is a team in transition...

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  9. Super Bowl 47: The 10 Greatest Super Bowl Moments of the 21st Century

    Since the turn of the century we have seen 12 Super Bowls, with number 13 taking place this Sunday. From pick-sixes to game-winning touchdown catches, sports fans have seen it all...

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  10. Boston Celtics: Rajon Rondo's ACL Tear Will Lead to Drastic Changes

    It’s official, Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo has a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of the season...

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  11. Forecasting the 2013 Boston Red Sox Rotation

    In 2012 the Red Sox suffered their first losing season in 15 years and fired manager Bobby Valentine just one year into his tenure with the organization...

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  12. New England Patriots: The Case to Re-Sign Aqib Talib

    It’s been a little over 72 hours since the New England Patriots suffered a heartbreaking loss in the AFC Championship game...

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  13. 2013 AFC Championship: Has Wes Welker Played His Last Game with New England?

    The Baltimore Ravens scored 21 unanswered points in the second half of the 2013 AFC Championship Game to cruise to a 28-13 win over the New England Patriots ...

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  14. Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame Manager Earl Weaver Dies

    Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver died earlier today --- he was 82. According to reports, he was on a cruise in the Caribbean when he suffered a heart attack. He was pronounced dead at about 2 a...

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  15. Terry Francona Rips Boston Red Sox Ownership

    Former Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona has a new book entitled Francona : The Red Sox Years , and it hits shelves on January 22...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about over 2 years ago 1,342 reads 2 comments

  16. 2012-13 AFC Championship Game: Recounting the Patriots-Ravens Rivalry

    After pulling a monumental upset in double overtime against the Denver Broncos , the Baltimore Ravens will meet the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game this Sunday...

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  17. Situational Lineups for the 2012-13 Boston Celtics

    The Boston Celtics have had an eventful offseason. After the team lost its best pure shooter in Ray Allen, GM Danny Ainge brought in former Mavs guard Jason Terry courtesy of a three-year deal at the mid-level exception...

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  18. Boston Celtics: Why Doc Rivers Will Be Under Pressure to Win in 2012-13

    Despite getting off to an abysmal start, the 2011-2012 Boston Celtics once again found themselves locked in an epic playoff battle against the Miami Heat —this time in the Eastern Conference Finals...

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  19. Boston Celtics: Why Jason Terry's Production Will Drop in 2012

    Jason Terry seems to have already assimilated with the Boston Celtics and its fanbase, even before holding an official practice...

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  20. Olympic Men's Basketball: Top Individual Performances by Team USA

    The 2012 London Olympics ended in grand fashion last Sunday. Amid a breathtaking fireworks display, hundreds of athletes participated in closing ceremonies, reminiscing about their accomplishments while representing their respective countries...

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  21. Olympic Men's Basketball: Comparing the Dream Team to the 2012 US Team

    Ever since Kobe Bryant made headlines with a bold statement that the 2012 US Men’s basketball team could beat the Dream Team—also known as the "Greatest Team Ever Assembled"—there has been some backlash from the latter party...

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  22. Boston Celtics: Rajon Rondo Will Be in the 2012-13 MVP Discussion

    After a solid 2011 campaign in which he was selected to his third consecutive All-Star game while earning All- NBA and All-Defensive Team honors, Rajon Rondo seems poised for another memorable season in 2012...

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  23. Boston Celtics: Jason Terry Will Make an Instant Impact in 2012

    While Ray Allen’s decision to “take his talents to south beach” has left a somewhat bitter taste in the mouths of Boston Celtics fans, the arrival of Jason Terry has certainly helped alleviate some of the pain...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 1,667 reads 3 comments

  24. NBA: Dwight Howard vs. Stan Van Gundy

    For those who missed it, there was a little drama in Orlando Thursday. Addressing the media before the Magic- Knicks game at the Amway Center, Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy admitted ...

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  25. Linsanity: Jeremy Lin's Meteoric Rise to NBA Superstardom

    Show of hands—how many people knew who Jeremy Lin was two weeks ago? Don’t feel bad if you didn’t, because he was virtually unknown, even to Knicks fans, up until the eve of the Super Bowl...

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