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MLB Announces Expanded Playoffs for This Year

By expanding the playoffs to include ten teams, the idea is to no doubt push the playoffs to a longer (and more lucrative) format. Read More »

Trio of Boston Red Sox Win 2011 American League Gold Glove Awards

For the first time since 1979, a trio of Red Sox players have been honored with American League Gold Glove awards. Read More »

September Woes: Red Sox Pitching Is In Big Trouble

The Red Sox's lousy pitching in the last week couldn't have occurred at a worse time. Can the BoSox rebound before it's too late? Read More »

Red Sox Tear Up Texas Pitching In Arlington

The Red Sox finally beat the Texas Rangers in 2011, and did it twice the last two nights, with solid pitching and explosive offense leading the charge. Read More »

Commissioner Bud Selig Talks About Expanding Playoffs and Realignment

The off field news is actually bigger than the on field news at the All-Star Game. Read More »

Red Hot Red Sox Show No Mercy On A.L. East Opponents

Boston's explosive bats against the Yankees and Blue Jays powered their way to the best record in the American League. It looks to continue that streak against the Rays. Read More »

Boston Red Sox Aim to Rule AL East Again in 2011

On paper, the 2011 Boston Red Sox look set to win the AL East. But only health and consistency from key players will get the hometown squad there. Read More »

Cy Young? How About Zack Greinke For MVP Too?

An historic ERA, considering his surroundings, puts him up there with Joe Mauer. Read More »