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Strongest American League Threats to Boston’s Throne

The free agent market has been put on ice this winter, as the Major League Baseball offseason has been held up by the holidays and the grand pursuit of Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka. However, players have been changing uniforms across the American League, both through massive contracts as well as significant trades. Before the drama […]

Red Sox Interested in Michael Young and Chris Young

In preparing the 2014 Red Sox roster, Ben Cherington knows the team needs more depth in both the corner infield and center field. If Jacoby Ellsbury leaves, there is no one on the roster that could take his place. Two players the Sox are considering are Michael Young, a corner infielder for Los Angeles Dodgers, […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – MLB Week 24

The playoffs are stating to come into picture, but the AL is still full of action in the season’s final two weeks. The Indians, Orioles, Yankees and Royals are all well within striking distance of the Rays and Rangers for a Wildcard spot. While five divisions are all but wrapped up, the Cardinals and Pirates […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – MLB Week 23

September is well underway, and the divisions are starting to wrap up. We’re really starting to get a good idea of who the final 10 teams will be, though a few teams on the outside in the AL still have some pretty legitimate hopes of a Wildcard berth. Even if a postseason birth is probable, […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – MLB Week 21

We’re rapidly getting down to the last month of the season, but nothing has slowed down yet. The AL is still tough as ever, though Oakland is starting to fall off just a bit. Pittsburgh’s troubles are finally catching up with them, which has served to make the NL Central race and NL overall a […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – MLB Week 20

20 weeks into the season, plenty of races are still in play. By the same token, many other teams are running out of time. The AL playoff teams are logjammed at the top. The NL is a little more open, but the Reds are starting to make things interesting again in the NL Central. A […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – MLB Week 19

The Waiver-Wire deals are well underway, and there are plenty of contending teams still looking to tweak their rosters in the event they finds themselves in a late-September race. Neither league is safe at the top, and with the #1 seed meaning a whole lot with a one-game Wildcard playoff, we’re sure to see a […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – MLB Week 15

The All Star Break is here, which should give everyone plenty of time to rest their weary bones before the rest of the season resumes. St. Louis and Boston are still leading the leagues, but they aren’t safe by any means. Several teams in each league remain with great shots of forcing their way into […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – MLB Week 14

Just a week remains until the All Star game, and teams are still looking to solidify their spot in the standings beforehand. Divisions are still close, and the AL Wildcard is up in the air. Teams at the top are having trouble, so there’s still plenty of turmoil to take advantage of. Who will make […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – MLB Week 13

Did anyone think Pittsburgh would be the best team in the majors at all, let alone this late? Don’t lie, you know you didn’t. Yet here they are, 51-30 (.630) and winners of nine straight. Boston has joined them as new leaders of a league, thanks to some problems in the camps of Oakland and […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – MLB Week 12

June is coming to an end, and the All Star Game will be here before you know it. The Red Sox and Rangers are still fighting for #1 in the AL (with Detroit now right there with them). And the NL’s three best teams are all in the same division, which should make for a […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – MLB Week 10

With 10 weeks done in the baseball season, excitement is still abound. Cincinnati and Pittsburgh are still knotted up in an effort to see who hosts the Wildcard game. Texas, all of a sudden, finds themselves in a very tough spot. Detroit now has the biggest AL divisional lead. The AL East is still up […]

David Ortiz Hits Walk-Off Home Run, Red Sox Beat Rangers

The Boston Red Sox beat the Texas Rangers Tuesday night thanks to a walk-off home run from David Ortiz in the bottom of the ninth. The Sox won 6-3. According to ESPN.COM,┬áStarting pitcher Jon Lester pitched sharply, locating his pitches throughout the night, finishing with 6 innings pitched, 7 hits, 3 earned runs and 4 […]

Red Sox Score 17 Runs in Win Over Rangers

It did not take long for the Red Sox to jump out to a lead Tuesday night against the Rangers, as the Red Sox found themselves up 8-0 after just two innings. The Red Sox offense proved to be too much for rookie starting pitcher Justin Grimm, as Grimm allowed 8 earned runs in just […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – MLB Week 9

We’re now into June, and things can still be interesting to try to read. While the top five NL teams are fairly safely in their spots, Everyone except Toronto in the AL East is either in the playoff scenario or half a game out. Detroit is still having a rough time holding off Cleveland. At […]