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Double Dose of a Triple Play

August 17, 2011

In the last two nights of baseball, one of the most rare and exciting plays in baseball has taken place:  the triple play.  First, was Monday night’s triple play when the Brewers pulled one off against the Dodgers.  Then, last night the Red Sox pulled one off against the Rays, though the Sox eventually lost [...]

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Coakley Calls Curt Schilling a Yankee Fan

January 16, 2010

I may live in Massachusetts, but as you all know, I’m a Yankee fan. Still, as much as I can’t stand the Sox, as a fan of baseball in general, one has to admire former Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.  His “bloody sock” incident during the 2004 World Series represented a feat that Red Sox fans [...]

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The Yankees’ Red Sox Rut

June 12, 2009

It’s been 0-8 for the New York Yankees against the Boston Red Sox so far this season.  Last night was a punishing exhibition of pain to the Yankee fan:  up 3-1 by the bottom of the 8th in Boston and blowing it 4-3 by the end.  The Yankees will have time to think about this since the next game against [...]

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What to do with Manny Ramirez?

July 27, 2008

The Boston Red Sox have a problem:  Manny Ramirez is a great player, just not a great team player.  Lately he’s been verbally and physically confrontational with his team and staff and the management have been equally vocal about Ramirez’s behavior.  He even missed Game 1 in their latest series against the New York Yankees, showing up to [...]

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Boston Red Sox BaseBrawl

June 6, 2008

While the Boston Celtics won an exciting Game 1 NBA Finals victory over the LA Lakers last night 98-88, the big game was not the only one in town that has generated some news. During the Boston Red Sox game against the upstart Tampa Bay (Devil) Rays last night, the BoSox Center Fielder Coco Crisp [...]

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