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Inside John Lackey’s Successful 2013 ALCS Debut for the Red Sox


The veteran right-hander's unexpected victory over Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers is his biggest one yet in a Boston uniform. Read More »

Sensational Starting Pitching: The Dominant Theme So Far in the 2013 ALCS & NLCS

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Emerging star rookies (Wacha), veterans (Sanchez) and Cy Young Award winners (Kershaw) have quieted powerful offenses early on in both leagues' championship series. Read More »

Book Review: Summer of ’68 by Tim Wendel

Detroit Tigers take on the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series, while the U. S. struggles with cultural changes. Read More »

Five Reasons Why The Detroit Tigers Will Be The Next World Series Champions

Don't believe me? Just keep reading... 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 »

Red Sox Lose Victor Martinez to the Detroit Tigers

Boston's 2011 free agency period gets off to a bad start. Read More »

Johnny Damon: Heading Back To Boston?

Even though he went to the Evil Empire for a few years, Boston would gladly welcome back Johnny Damon, the king of the 2004 World Series Idiots. Read More »

Red Sox Win Seven-Game Homestand, Lose Key Bat For The Year

Youkilis, Okajima And Cameron Are Out, But Lowell And Ellsbury Are In. Frustratingly though, no reliable bullpen help is in sight. Read More »

Ump’s Call Blows Perfect Game: Proof We Need Instant Replay

I think more than ever we have a clear case of baseball needing to go to the video replay in games for big moments, not just homerun calls. Read More »

Jim Joyce Solidifies Argument For Instant Replay

Jim Joyce's blown call foced Armando Galarraga to pitch a 28-out perfect game. Read More »