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Three Reasons the Mets May Surprise in 2018

2017 was a nightmarish type of season for the New York Mets. After coming within a few wins from a World Series in 2015, the Mets have had a steady decline in production from some, while having a rough time getting others off their DL list. As a Yankee fan, it helps me sleep at […]

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Positives & Negatives To Take Away From Yankees’ Season

The 2016 season was a roller coaster for Yankee fans throughout the year. For awhile, fans had given up hope. Earlier on in the season, it was evident that Alex Rodriguez could not push forward much longer, given his on-field production. After A-Rod’s last game, it seemed as though the season ended. Because, not soon […]

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Recap: The Yankee/Red Sox Rivalry Lives On

The Yankees picked up a much needed win against their ultimate rival, the Boston Red Sox. The final was 3-2. Outfielder Aaron Hicks helped the Yankees cause by popping his first homerun of the season and his very first in Yankee pinstripes. Brian McCann and Dustin Ackley drove in the other two runs. The win […]

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Sandoval To Miss Rest Of Season

After his starting job was already in jeopardy when healthy, Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval is now set to miss the rest of the 2016 season with a shoulder injury.  After having it previously called a strain, a second opinion by Dr James Andrews revealed otherwise. The 29-year old was recently just signed […]

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Sandoval Benched For Opening Day

On Thursday, Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell stated that Pablo Sandoval will not be starting at third base on opening day against the Cleveland Indians. According to the Boston Herald, Sandoval was even happy with this choice because “it’s what gives the team the best chance of winning”. Sandoval has been having weight issues […]

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Wade Miley Throws First Major League Complete Game, Ortiz Moves Closer To 500

Early Saturday evening, Red Sox pitcher Wade Miley finished his first complete game in his Major League career as the Red Sox beat the Philles by a score of 9-2. He needed only 110 pitches to earn his 11th win on the season, allowing only 2 runs in his full nine innings. He did not […]

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Dombrowski Hired by Red Sox

   After beating the Cleveland Indians 9-1, the Boston Red Sox stated in a press conference that they have hired Dave Dombrowski. The newly acquired staff member will be the president of baseball operations, effective immediately.  This move couldn’t have came at a better time, as the Sox sit dead last in the AL East […]

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Red Sox Trade 2013 Hero Shane Victorino

Shane Victorino- A legend that The Boston Red Sox will never forget. On October 19th, 2013, Victorino hit a go-ahead grand slam in the bottom of the seventh inning, over the Green Monster, in game 6 of the ALCS. The grand slam put the Red Sox up 5–2 over the Detroit Tigers, and sent the Red […]

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Red Sox Swept By Angels in Doubleheader

The Red Sox so far have had a very rough season, but things just went from bad to ugly. Last night, Albert Pujols hit three homers while the Los Angeles Angels swept a doubleheader from the Red Sox on Monday, completing a four-game sweep of Boston with a 7-3 victory.  Pujols, Kole, Calhoun, and David Freese homered […]

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Brock Holt Hits for Cycle

   Brock Holt became the first Boston player to start games in seven different positions, and he just broke another fantastic record Tuesday when the Red Sox faced the Braves.  Holt ended up hitting for the cycle, and if you don’t know what that is, it’s because this is the first time in nineteen years […]

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