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Book Review: Shipwrecked: A People’s History of the Seattle Mariners by Jon Wells

As Jon Wells shows, it has been tough to be an M's fan over the years. 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 »

Fly That Bird, Seattle

I'm sick and tired of hearing people whine about how Seattle doesn't deserve to be in the playoffs. 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 »

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 »

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 »

The NY Mets Need to Make a Trade for Cliff Lee

The NY Mets have to do something to save the 2010 season. The obvious thing to do is to trade for Cliff Lee. Read More »

Seattle Waves Goodbye To The Kid

22 years after taking Seattle by storm, Ken Griffey, Jr. calls it a day. Read More »

What Should The Mariners Do With Milton Bradley?

The Mariners return to Seattle for Opening Day after going 2-5 on the road. Read More »