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With Beckett, Crawford and Gonzalez Gone to Los Angeles, It’s a New Day for the Red Sox

Now out of playoff contention, the Red Sox are finally starting to clean house, and did so today with an unbelievably big trade. Read More »

Red Sox Front Office Wrongly Stands Behind Bobby Valentine

Red Sox play is overall worse, not better under Bobby Valentine than it was under Terry Francona, but a change is not a-coming, unfortunately. 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 »

Mets Mess: Team Should Trade Reyes Now!

There is absolutely no better player on the Mets, and his stock is rising each day, so that is why he must be traded. 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 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 »

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 »

Terry Francona Needs to Drop His Stubbornness

Throwing Jarrod Saltalamacchia into the everyday Red Sox lineup and insisting on keeping Carl Crawford in the leadoff spot are mistakes the BoSox manager needs to stop making. 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 »

2011 MLB Season Begins Thursday: Things to Look For

Things to watch for in the 2011 Major League Baseball season. Read More »