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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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Red Sox Lose Victor Martinez to the Detroit Tigers

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

The (Red Sox) Kids Are Alright, And In The Spotlight

Ryan Kalish, Jed Lowrie, and Lars Anderson are among the youngsters getting an extended stretch of games to show their potential as the 2010 season winds down. Read More »

Hangin’ Tough: Red Sox Have First Winning West Coast Trip Since 2004

After disappointing outcomes in Oakland and Seattle, Boston renewed its dominance over Anaheim to end its 10-game road trip. Read More »

Red Sox Still Reeling; Reinforcements On The Way

The Red Sox have been lousy lately, but with healthy bodies on their way back, should fare better in the upcoming games ahead. Read More »

Red Sox Continue Battling Injuries And Division Rivals For Playoff Spots

The Boston Red Sox are limping into the All-Star break but are still in the thick of two playoff races. Read More »