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


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 »