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The Red Sox Win Their First World Series Title at Fenway Park Since 1918

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The Red Sox completed its incredible 2013 season by beating the St. Louis Cardinals in six games to capture its third World Series title in 10 seasons. 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 »

Santana Pitches First No-Hitter in NY Mets History

Santana not only achieved what no Mets pitcher has ever done, but he exorcised the demons of the franchise in the process. 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 »

Mets Mess: Collins Thinks Santana Can Start on Opening Day

For now Mets fans are allowed to dream a little. Read More »

Texas Rangers: Looking Ahead to 2012

Planning to build on their past two seasons of playing in the World Series, the Texas Rangers look at pitching again. Read More »

A Major League Tantrum, Courtesy of Yadier Molina

What I think of Yadier Molina's disappointing fit and following response. Read More »

Keeping Albert Pujols Is Still in the Cards

Why Cardinals fans shouldn't panic over Pujols approaching free agency. 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 »

Andre “The Hawk” Dawson Glides Into Cooperstown

At long last, Andre Dawson gets inducted to MLB's Hall of Fame, as part of the Class of 2010. Read More »