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Terry Francona Is Gone, But It’s Theo Epstein Who Should’ve Been Fired

This evening, the Red Sox wrongly made their two-time World Series-winning manager the first fall guy of the offseason. Read More »

Friday Night Fights at Fenway: Red Sox Keep First Place From Yankees

Little to no health in the starting pitching department? No problem, if you're the Boston Red Sox. Read More »

Red Sox Nation: The Cream Is Rising To The Top (of the AL Standings)

What a difference a month makes! This BoSox team has rocketed to the top of the AL East and Wild Card spots. And its best baseball has yet to come. Read More »

Jon Lester Gets 2011 Opening Day Start, Bullpen Still TBD

The 2011 Boston Red Sox starting rotation is all set, but the revamped bullpen is still shaping up. Read More »

Despite A Plethora of Injuries, Yankees Rolling Once Again

The Yankees have kept what could have been a sinking ship afloat, and are now charging towards 1st. Read More »

Yankees Pitching Questions Mostly Answered

In their first auditions in their new roles, Phil Hughes and Joba Chamberlain both proved effective. Read More »

Yankees Take Opening Series Against Sox; Grandy Shines in Debut

The three game series between the Yankees and Red Sox had it all, including the emergence of Curtis Granderson as a Yankee. Read More »

Yankees Name Phil Hughes as Fifth Starter; Joba to the Pen

But will the long reliever and once highly touted prospect be able to hold his own? Read More »

Yankees Clinch Playoff Birth in Signature Fashion

Finally taking a Series from the Angels in Anaheim, the Yankees clinched a playoff birth. Read More »

Aceves Is The Answer To The Yankees Rotation Question

With Wang back on the DL, it is Alfredo Aceves -- not Phil Hughes -- who should be the Yankees new fifth starter. Read More »