1. Boston Red Sox and Kansas City Royals: Rematch

    Jon Lester (7-6, 4.16 ERA) takes the hill tonight against Brian Bannister (6-6, 3.87 ERA), as the Red Sox try to apologize to their fans for losing a 4-0 lead last night...

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  2. The Sound of Silence: Why It's a Good Thing To Fly Under the Radar

    Last year, everyone was talking about how bad Jason Varitek was hitting and whether or not the Sox would re-sign their aging and slumping captain. In April and May, everyone was wondering if Big Papi was simply finished...

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  3. NFL Week-in-Review: A Few Quick Hits on This Week's Headlines

    So this week was full of NFL news, unusual considering its only June, but hey, the football-starved fans who no longer have basketball or hockey to distract them are practically rabid for news ...

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  4. Crystal Ball: A Look at the 2009 NFL Season

    The 2009 season of NFL football looks to be an interesting one. It sees 11 head-coaching changes (many of them new to the job), the Cutler Diva Drama, holdouts, the return of Tom Terrific and the possible returns of Vick and Favre...

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  5. JMU's Unsigned Prospects and Training Camp: Who Makes it Through?

    Of the five James Madison University Dukes who have gone to mini-camps over the past weeks, two have contracts, and one is hopeful. JMU defensive lineman J.D. Skolnitsky signed a three-year, $1...

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  6. The Coach's Closet: NFL Coaches Sideline Apparel

    From 90 degrees and sunny to 9 degrees and snowing, NFL coaches have seen it all, and worn it all. Most of the time a coach's attire will reflect his coaching style, his personality, or both...

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  7. Patriot Games: Bill Belichick and the Draft

    The draft is tomorrow, and everyone is on pins and needles just trying to guess who will go where in that all-important first round...

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  8. Steriods: A Juicy Issue

    Okay, so now that the steroid talk has somewhat calmed down, I'm bringing it roaring back. This past week, I myself, received a steroid injection. While not anabolic, it did have some serious repercussions...

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  9. Red Sox and Yankees: Rivalry Resumed

    The Red Sox/Yankees rivalry is the best in baseball, and possibly the best in professional sports. I was raised to hate the Yankees, I mean, really, really hate them. I have a friend who was raised the same way, only opposite...

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  10. Boston-Baltimore: Red Sox Sweep the Orioles with a Twelve-Run Rout

    It's a good morning when you have a baseball game at 11 a.m. and you have nothing to do all day. It's even better when you get to see a young guy pull off a show-stopping performance on Patriot's Day of all days...

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  11. "Wake"ing Up the Boston Red Sox

    Wednesday, Tim Wakefield flirted with a perfect game and might have restored the Red Sox confidence in themselves. It feels as though these first two weeks of baseball, the Red Sox have been trying to start a car...

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  12. CC Sabathia: It's Not His Fault

    Yesterday the Yankees trotted out their 140-million dollar ace to wow the lowly likes of the Baltimore Orioles...

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  13. Red Sox Spring Training Analysis (Part 3)

    This is the third and final stats-drive spring training analysis, mostly because spring training is now over. If you haven't read the first two articles, check them out: Part 1 and Part 2. Today we're going to look at J...

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  14. Red Sox Spring Training Analysis (Part 2)

    A few days ago, I posted an article analyzing the Red Sox and using my stats, I love to predict the 2009 season based on spring training. You can read that article here, if you haven't. This is the second in what will be a series of articles...

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  15. In Defense of Josh McDaniels

    Now that Jay Cutler is on his way out of Denver, we have to look at what started this whole ordeal and why it ended in such a messy divorce...

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  16. Red Sox Spring Training Analysis (Part 1)

    It's time for a little baseball prognosticating. I admit to being a stats addict, and as such, I'm going to look at the stats from spring training in 2008, compare them to the stats from the ...

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  17. Four Big Questions for a Fantasy Baseball Beginner

    As I begin my first foray into the fantasy baseball world, I've come up with more questions than answers. Here are a few things I've learned: fantasy baseball is way harder than fantasy football...

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  18. "Wright" Stuff: Team USA Knocks Off Puerto Rico

    Team USA finally manages a defeat of Puerto Rico and makes it to the World Baseball Classic semifinals on the back of Mets 3B David Wright. It was a wild one last night, and one of the best baseball games I've seen in a while...

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  19. The Beast of the East: Who Wins Baseball's Best Divisions?

    It seems like everyone is making their picks for who wins the AL East. I'm going to take it one step further and look at both the AL and NL East, arguably baseball's best divisions. Lets start in the National League...

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  20. The Weekend Wrap-Up: Jon Lester, The WBC, and Boys Being Boys

    As I've been watching the World Baseball Classic, which has been highly entertaining so far and which I will discuss in a moment, I've begun to question a staple of the sports world. The butt slap thing...

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  21. So Long, Farewell: The Vrabel-Cassel Trade

    It has taken me nearly a week to accept this move by the Patriots, as well as figure it all out. For a while, I couldn't figure out why I was so upset about this trade...

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  22. Red Sox, Pink Sox, and Picture Day: Spring Training at Its Best

    There's a lot to cover today, and since Spring Training has officially started, we finally have news! On a funny note, Manny rejected another massively huge offer from the Dodgers...

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  23. Baseballs Best* Fans, Then and Now

    *sort of. Not an all-inclusive list, just a few of the best, then and now. This is a list of a few of the most loyal, most interesting fans in the Majors...

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  24. So You Wanna Be a Red Sox Fan? Part 2

    Here's part two of your guide to being a Red Sox Fan. As one of my lovely commentators pointed out, there are a few aspects of Fenway that I forgot to mention...

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  25. So You Wanna Be a Red Sox Fan? 2009 Guide

    So, its February, and its cold. You've started thinking about springtime and baseball, and you've decided to jump on the Red Sox bandwagon...

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