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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 »

Red Sox Give Fans Classy Celebration for Fenway Park’s 100th Birthday

Red Sox Nation got to celebrate the old ball park's once unthinkable milestone with generations of former players, and one notable ex-Sox manager. Read More »

Red Sox Captain Jason Varitek To Announce Retirement

On Thursday, the highly respected future Red Sox Hall of Fame inductee will call it quits after 15 seasons with the club. Read More »

Jacoby Ellsbury Makes Final Case For 2011 AL MVP

Much like the 2011 AL Wild Card race, the league's MVP race is excitingly close as the season comes to a close. But Ellsbury just separated himself from the pack of candidates. Read More »

Clay Buchholz: 2010 AL Cy Young Award Frontrunner

Whether you are a Red Sox fan (like this author) or not, you can now make a strong case for Clay Buchholz to win his first Cy Young Award. Read More »

Papi And Lester Among Hot Sox Entering June

Clay Buchholz and Jon Lester excel again, Daniel Bard continues bullpen dominance, while Youk and Victor Martinez power BoSox through the week. Read More »

Vote for Pedro: Why The Mets Need Martinez Now

The Mets should get out there and do whatever it takes to bring back Pedro Martinez. Read More »

Matsui’s Historic Performance Leads Yankees to 27th World Series Title

Six RBIs from Godzilla the MVP propelled the Yankees past the Phillies in six games. Read More »

Lee’s 122-Pitch Outing Disrupts Entire Rotation

With Joe Blanton announced as the starter for Game 4, the Phillies have given themselves a massive disadvantage in pitching matchups. Read More »

World Series: Burnett Displays His Own Dominance In Game 2

AJ Burnett and Mariano Rivera combined to shut down the Phillies prolific offense and even the World Series at 1-1. Read More »