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Is The Win Still Relevant?

By TJ Horgan Win. This is the all-encompassing word describing the apex of competition. However, does it accurately depict the talent level of the athletic elite who performing America’s pastime, every day, for nine months every year? The starting pitcher … Continue reading

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Should Baseball be an Olympic Sport?

by TIM SCOTT The glory of winning Olympic gold, the pride of representing your nation, and the dreams of success on the international stage are the driving forces behind anybody’s Olympic aspirations. Whether it be in the summer, or in … Continue reading

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Red Sox: 5 things we’ve learned in the first half

by EDDIE PANNONE What a first half it has been for the Boston Red Sox. With expectations for 2013 low for the first time in years, the team has responded by recording the most wins in baseball (58) before the … Continue reading

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RED SOX: All Pieces Falling into Place in April

BY TIM SCOTT A far cry from the dread and weariness of the 2012 season, the Boston Red Sox have come together as a team, and have produced at a higher level throughout their first 23 games. Entering Saturday’s game … Continue reading

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Mike Lowell to serve as coach for Sox third baseman Middlebrooks

by DANNY JAILLET BOSTON– As spring training unfolds, we have seen many former Red Sox players come to Fort Myers and assist in training the current roster. Just this year, many familiar faces who called Yawkey Way home at one … Continue reading

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Red Sox 5, Cardinals 3: All the Elements Play in Favor of Sox’ First Spring Win

by TIM SCOTT JUPITER, Fla. — After a 4-3 loss at the hands of the Tampa Bay Rays, the Boston Red Sox were determined to win their first Grapefruit League game of the season. Taking on the St. Louis Cardinals, … Continue reading

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World Baseball Classic Rosters Announced, Five Red Sox Players Will Participate

by CAMERON MERRITT FT. MYERS, Fla. — On Friday, the rosters for the upcoming 2013 World Baseball Classic were announced. The third edition of international baseball tournament, which occurs every four years, which starts on March 2, will feature teams … Continue reading

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Report: Alfredo Aceves “tests” new Sox manager John Farrell

By DANNY JAILLET FORT MYERS, Fla. — Red Sox pitcher Alfredo Aceves is already causing a bit of a stir at Spring Training. On Sunday, Aceves chose to throw live batting practice at half-speed, trying to test the patience of … Continue reading

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Former Red Sox reliever Okajima, Athletics reach minor-league deal

by DANNY JAILLET OAKLAND— According to a report from Chris Cwik of CBSSports.com, the Oakland Athletics have signed former Red Sox reliever Hideki Okajima to a minor-league deal pending a physical. The news was first reported by Ken Rosenthal of … Continue reading

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Report: Daisuke Matsuzaka signs with Indians

  by DANNY JAILLET CLEVELAND– Daisuke Matsuzaka has signed a deal with a major league baseball team. However, for the first time in seven years, this signing will have no Red Sox ties to it. According to a report from … Continue reading

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