1. 8 Boston Red Sox Players Who Should Be All-Stars

    The Boston Red Sox have the best record in the American League and the second-best record in all of Major League Baseball , behind only the St. Louis Cardinals ...

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  2. Boston: Projecting MLB Arrival Dates for Red Sox's 2013 Day 1 Draft Class

    The 2013 MLB draft was the most important draft in recent Red Sox memory. There is still work to be done to return to consistent title contention, and with the seventh pick ...

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  3. Boston Red Sox Rumors: Latest News Surrounding the Team

    The Boston Red Sox continue to surpass expectations, and it is getting close to the point where we can realistically call them playoff contenders...

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  4. An Early Look at 5 Realistic Moves Boston Could Make at the Deadline

    The Boston Red Sox are battling through their first real slump of the 2013 season. One thing the slump has shown is that despite early season success, the Red Sox have deficiencies they need to address...

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  5. Is the AL East Living Up to Its Preseason Billing in 2013?

    The AL East was viewed as a power division entering the season, and after the first month, they have come close to expectations. Entering May 7, the AL East had a combined .532 winning percentage, claiming a slight edge over the AL Central (...

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  6. Boston Red Sox Grades for Every Player in April

    The Boston Red Sox are off to a hot start because multiple players have stepped up, and they have played relatively mistake-free baseball...

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  7. Red Sox vs Astros: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 25-28

    The Boston Red Sox swept the Houston Astros to move to 18-7 and now have the best record in all of baseball. The Red Sox took advantage of the Astros, who have the lowest payroll in MLB , doubling up Houston in every game of the series...

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  8. The Five Most Underappreciated Red Sox Players of the Past 30 Years

    The Boston Red Sox have been blessed with star power in the last 30 years. From Roger Clemens to Manny Ramirez and everywhere in between, there have always been elite players that donned the Red Sox uniform...

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  9. Red Sox vs Royals: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 20 & 21

    The Boston Red Sox fought hard despite heavy hearts this past weekend due to the emotional aftershocks of last week's Boston Marathon bombings...

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  10. Projecting Call-Up Time Frames for 7 Top Boston Red Sox Prospects

    Perched atop the AL East standings at 10-4 less than a month into the season, the Red Sox are off to a great start. In the past, they may have been tempted to use prospects to trade for quality veterans to bolster the major league team...

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  11. Red Sox vs. Rays: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 13 and 14

    With two great pitching performances, the Red Sox won both weekend games against the Tampa Bay Rays . The Red Sox continue to defy skeptics by getting great efforts from their ...

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  12. Red Sox vs. Orioles: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 11

    The Red Sox lost their first series of the season after they were beat by the Orioles in the rubber game 3-2. Alfredo Aceves stepped in and was able to give Boston five strong innings in the loss, but the team came up short...

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  13. Red Sox vs. Orioles: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 10

    After winning the home opener on Monday, the Red Sox were on track to start the season 6-2 until Joel Hanrahan lost control in the ninth inning...

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  14. Red Sox's Hottest Starts to the Season That Will Continue

    The Boston Red Sox are off to their best start since 2006 when they started off 6-1. The main reason why the Red Sox are off to a hot start is due to a great bullpen, quality starts and multiple hitters being locked in at the plate...

    Sean Delorge Written by Sean Delorge about over 1 year ago 1,557 reads 15 comments

  15. Red Sox vs. Orioles: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 8

    The Red Sox won a pitching duel in their home opener. Thanks to a Daniel Nava home run and a phenomenal performance from Clay Buchholz , the Fenway faithful witnessed the ninth straight win on Opening Day in Boston...

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  16. Red Sox vs. Blue Jays: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 7

    After being shut out on Saturday, the Red Sox won the rubber game against the Toronto Blue Jays 13-0. The Red Sox offense exploded for six home runs, three from Will Middlebrooks, as they rolled over Toronto for their fourth win of the season...

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  17. Red Sox vs. Blue Jays: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 5

    Usually there isn ’t much hype for the Boston Red Sox ’s first game against the Toronto Blue Jays , but with John Farrell making his first appearance in Toronto since ...

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  18. Red Sox vs. Yankees: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 4

    It’s official, the Boston Red Sox won’t be the first undefeated team in baseball history in 2013. After looking good in their first two games against the New York Yankees, the Red Sox dropped the final game of the series 4-2 Thursday night...

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  19. Red Sox vs. Yankees: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 3

    After winning the season opener on Monday, the Boston Red Sox came out even stronger against the Yankees in the second game of the season in the Bronx...

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  20. Red Sox vs. Yankees Recap: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 1

    The Boston Red Sox won the season opener for the first time since 2010—which was also the last time they opened up against the rival Yankees . The game provided some insight into how the Red Sox could contend in 2013...

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  21. Boston Red Sox: Spring Training Player Grades

    The Boston Red Sox had a very successful spring training. With the 25-man roster is just about set, it’s time to grade individual performances of the players that have made the Opening Day roster...

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  22. Red Sox Who Improved Their Chances of 2013 Roles/Debuts This Spring

    The Boston Red Sox have had an up-and-down spring training. For starters, John Farrell has been much more composed, and it seems to be less of a circus than previous seasons...

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  23. Most Disappointing Boston Red Sox Players in Spring Training so Far

    The Boston Red Sox have had an up-and-down spring training. For starters, three of their top prospects have excelled, which is a good sign moving forward...

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  24. Biggest Red Sox Surprises so Far in Spring Training

    The expectations for the Boston Red Sox may be the lowest they have been since John Henry and others bought the team...

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  25. Boston Red Sox: Why Jackie Bradley Jr. Can Be Jacoby Ellsbury's Replacement

    As the Red Sox prepared for the 2013 season, Ben Cherington ’s plan was to have Jackie Bradley Jr. start the year at Triple-A to get regular playing time...

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