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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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Jason’s Red Sox Vlog

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breaking news- Gonzalez deal complete today?

Multiple reports have Padres slugger in Boston today trying to work out details on an extention to his contract, which would allow the Red Sox to complete the deal for the First Baseman that they have coveted for years. Sources … 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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WHO’S GOING TO BE THE ACE?

By Tim Scott When the Red Sox signed John Lackey to a 5-year contract in the offseason, Red Sox fans became excited for what was to come in 2010. Now, the Red Sox have three pitchers competing for the #1 … Continue reading

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Dustin Pedroia’s off-season workouts

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2010 BOSTON RED SOX PREVIEW

By Tim Scott In 5 days, a new season for Red Sox fans will be born. That is the day when pitchers and catchers can opt to report to Spring Training. That begins the cycle of life for a baseball … Continue reading

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Dan Duquette highlights night of networking and merriment at Game On inside Fenway Park on Thursday

By Gethin Coolbaugh Opening Day may be nearly two months away, but many Fenway faithful were buzzing within the depth of America’s Most Beloved Ballpark on Thursday night. Yet it wasn’t a baseball game that had fans humming, but rather … Continue reading

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