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Baseball Hall of Fame – It’s Time To Change How Players Get Elected

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It is imperative that all those stepping onto fields everywhere across the land on Opening Day will have a fair shot at the hall based on their numbers. As it stands, that is obviously not the case. Read More »

Goodbye, Bobby Cox

Major League Baseball will miss one of its greatest managers. Read More »

A Little Pitching, A Lot of Offense, And A Return Atop The Wild Card

Multiple offensive explosions highlight Boston’s ascent back to first place in the AL Wild Card Race. Plus, Jerry Remy returns. Read More »

Sox Offense: M.I.A.; Smoltz DFA’d; Ortiz Talks PED’s

The Sox get swept by contending AL East foes, plus Ortiz (kinda) opens up about his 2003 drug test. Read More »

John Smoltz Gets The Dreaded DFA

His numbers in Boston were terrible, but is he ready to retire? Read More »

John Smoltz Ain’t Dead Yet!

Hey Theo! Put Smoltz in the 'pen and put a kid on the mound.. Read More »

Sox Fall Out of First Place, Add LaRoche, Drop Kotsay

The Sox offensive slump continues but a new bat is in town. Plus, Smoltz struggles to find his way. Read More »

Sox Bullpen Provides Mixed Relief; Wakefield, An All-Star At Last

The veteran knuckleballer is going to St. Louis after all, and the Sox have survived a bullpen meltdown, at least for now. Read More »

Smoltz Makes ’09 Debut; Beckett and Big Papi Stay Hot While Lowell Stays Out

Smoltz has mixed results in his BoSox debut, while Beckett and Ortiz are locked in and Mike Lowell's hip locks up. Read More »

As Dice-K Goes Away, Smoltz Will Play; Plus, Inside Nick Green’s Success

One pitcher is out, another is coming in, and in the meantime all the Sox can do lately is win. Read More »