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Benintendi or Judge for Rookie of the Year and Into the Future?

Going into the 2017 All-Star break, the clear-cut American League Rookie of the Year front-runner was undoubtedly Aaron Judge. But, will a major drop in the numbers of the New York Yankee’s 6-foot-7 slugger be enough for Andrew Benintendi to

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Ex-Red Sox Third Baseman Reeling at the Plate

On July 14, Boston Red Sox fans everywhere heard the three words they wanted to hear in regards to third baseman, Pablo Sandoval. Those were “designated for assignment”. Five days thereafter, he was officially released from his duties in Boston,

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Red Sox Caught Using Apple Watch to Steal Signs From the Yankees

It has been a rocky weekend for Red Sox Nation. Fresh off of losing this past weekend’s 2-1 series against the New York Yankees, reports have been released stating that the Boston Red Sox used an Apple Watch to steal

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Digging Deeper Into Rick Porcello’s 2017 Season

Last year, Rick Porcello narrowly beat Justin Verlander by two percent (five votes) to claim the American League Cy Young Award on its 60th anniversary. Although the race was close, Verlander should have taken the crown, but that’s a conversation

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Red Sox and Yankees Join Forces

Who would have thought the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees would agree on something? Well, they do. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, which wreaked havoc in Texas and Louisiana, the two teams are joining together to help

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Should, Could and Would the Red Sox Trade Mookie Betts?

With the regression of Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts, could he find himself in a new uniform at the start of the 2018 season?

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Brewitt: Sabathia, Not Red Sox, Is “Weak”

New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia has a bone to pick with Eduardo Nunez and the Boston Red Sox following Thursday night’s match up. Sabathia is recently off the disabled list and has been nursing a knee injury, which has

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Indians Have Ability to Promptly Derail Red Sox Season

With the playoffs right around the corner, the Boston Red Sox are in position to duke it out against last season’s American League champions, the Cleveland Indians. The Indians, who swept the BoSox in last season’s ALDS, are a terrifying

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Connecticut Baseball Art Exhibit a Triple Play

WATERBURY, CONN. – With a unique blend of art, history and sports, “The Red Sox or Yankees: America’s Greatest Rivalry” art exhibit is a triple threat. The display, which is located at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury, Connecticut, is 85

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Rusney Castillo Update 

Today, we take a look at promising prospect Rusney Castillo and where he is at right now. For those who don’t know Castillo, who the Boston Red Sox signed on Aug. 23, 2014, the Red to a seven-year, $72.5 million contract,

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