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Red Sox Look to 2015

The Red Sox season is FINALLY over. As the they develop their shopping list I thought I would take a look at each position for 2015. The good news is that the July trades of Jon Lester and John Lackey … Continue reading

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Despite Expected DL Stint, Ortiz Has Proved Vital For Red Sox

by T.J. Horgan BOSTON — Every Red Sox fan knows that David Ortiz is having an unbelievable season. With his age, though, it causes many fans, including myself, to think, ‘Is this too good to be true?’ The answer to … Continue reading

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David Ortiz Remains Constant For Red Sox, Even With Struggling Team

by Danny Jaillet BOSTON – The Boston Red Sox to put it mildly have had a roller-coater season thus far. With injuries hampering the team, it has been hard for them to find consistency, whether it be scoring runs or … Continue reading

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Where Do The Red Sox Go From Here?

By: Alex Reimer So where do the we go from here? As the Red Sox suffer crippling loss after crippling loss, abysmal week after abysmal week, their playoff hopes fade from slim to nearly mathematically impossible to “if you think … Continue reading

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2010 State Farm Home Run Derby: David Ortiz beats former Red Sox prospect Hanley Ramirez to win derby

By Gethin Coolbaugh ANAHEIM, CA – Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz has won the 2010 State Farm Home Run Derby, defeating former Red Sox prospect shortstop Hanley Ramirez 11-5 in the final round at Angel Stadium. Ortiz hit 21 … Continue reading

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Red Sox Are Clicking on All Cylinders

By: Alex Reimer The Red Sox have the best record in baseball since April 20th. They are 43-28, and tied with the Rays for 2nd in the AL East. They trail the division leading Yankees by only a single game. … Continue reading

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Red Sox Notebook: Ortiz unhappy with criticism

By Gethin Coolbaugh When David Ortiz reached the low point of his 2010 season, hitting .154 with one home run and four RBI in the first 15 games, he should have been aware of the media frenzy that would ensue. … Continue reading

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Sox need ortiz to rebound in 2010

By Zachary Winn Heading into spring training, there are a lot of questions about the Red Sox offense. The club has done nothing major to counter the loss of Jason Bay and lack of power is a huge concern. This … Continue reading

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