1. To the Series...And Beyond!

    Every year sportswriters make their predictions. For years I have listened to the stupid remarks in Sports Illustrated and more without a word of protest except for "Yeah right!" However, this ...

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  2. The D-Train Now D-railed.

    What happened to Dontrelle Willis? The D-Train! You know him! Twenty-two wins in 2005, a title in 2003! Kid struck out 170 batters in 2005 and seemed like he would ride high forever...

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  3. Backing Up The Bullpen

    The Boston Red Sox used their bullpen to dominate in 2007. In 2008 the lineup of Manny Delcarmen, Hideki Okajimia, and Jonathan Papelbon stopped working. Time after time the late innings grew harder and harder to complete...

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  4. Small Year For Big Papi

    David Ortiz is famous for his clutch hits and big home runs. In 1993 David Ortiz was signed to the Seattle Mariners and played under the name David Arias. Three years later he was traded to the Minnesota Twins for Dave Hollins...

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  5. Nate McLouth: Diamond In The Rough

    The Pittsburgh Pirates. 67-95 in the NL Central. Last place. Things have been dismal for the last place Bucs. But, there is a bright future. Nate McLouth is arguably the best Pirates hitter after Jason Bay was traded mid-season in 2008...

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  6. Will the West Be Won? Previewing the National League West

    The NL West is compromised of five teams. The Arizona Diamondbacks, Colorado Rockies, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, and the San Francisco Giants. The division champions, the LA Dodgers were 84-78 in 2008...

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  7. Basketball On The Go: NBA Live 09 PlayStation Portable Review

    NBA Live is EA's edition to the virtual basketball world. NBA Live 09 for the PSP features Tim Duncan on the cover. I haven't played the game extensively yet but, from my experience the game plays differently on the system than last years edition...

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  8. The Hot Stove Has Some Sloppy Seconds: Free Agents for the Rest of Us

    As January begins some teams' rosters still seem a little empty. The Red Sox never got that fourth outfielder. Don't the Mets still need another starter? Whatever happened to the Brewers? And the Tigers still need someone to finish the game...

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  9. Billy Beane: The Crazy King of Oakland

    Billy Beane is known for taking his low salary Oakland Athletics to the top. Homegrown players like Rich Harden, Tim Hudson, and Mark Mulder are a few standouts who have excelled in Oakland...

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  10. The 2009 World Baseball Classic Preview: All The World's A Stage

    As 2008 is behind us, we must look forward to the upcoming year. In March, baseball fans will be looking forward to the season and may see one of the most exciting tournaments of baseball anywhere in the world...

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  11. 24/7 Baseball: MLB Network Debut

    Any baseball fan who pays attention to www.mlb.com during the offseason will see adds and a countdown clock to MLB Network a new in house baseball TV station...

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  12. Rough Road To Victory: Celtics Road Trip Troubles

    The Boston Celtics have been known to be a dominant home team since their amazing comeback season. But, they have been known to struggle on the road...

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  13. Baby Boomers: The MLB Rookies Of 2009

    As the baseball season approaches in March of 2009, one wonders who may come forth from the minors and begin a career in glory. Last year, Evan Longoria lead the Tampa Bay Rays to the AL East pennant...

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  14. Hanley In Boston? The Red Sox Pray.

    The Boston Red Sox have reportedly been shopping prospects like Clay Buchholz, Jacoby Ellsbury, as well as others to the Florida Marlins for shortstop stud Hanley Ramiriz. The Red Sox see Ramirez as an outfielder while Jed Lowrie would play shortstop...

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  15. Red Sox Quietly Land Two Important Free-Agents

    The Boston Red Sox recently acquired two free-agents for the upcoming 2009 season, pitcher Brad Penny and catcher Josh Bard. This marks the two first significant major-league-ready signings for the Red Sox in the 2009 offseason...

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