Tag "New York Yankees"

Red Sox Should Sign Nunez Before Yankees

Eduardo Nunez was an unstoppable force at bat for the Red Sox last season, and if they do not sign him, he can join the already stacked New York Yankees. The only issue the Red Sox are having with keeping

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Keeping up With Mike Lowell

John Farrell would have loved a guy like Mike Lowell at the hot corner for the Red Sox as the third base position was vacant most of the season. Lowell was not only good for the Red Sox, but he

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Craig Kimbrel: From Question Mark to Lockdown

If you’ve been watching the Red Sox this season, the name Craig Kimbrel should be familiar to you. Fans of the flamethrower who has an uncanny pre-delivery stance, almost resembling a praying mantis, have become accustomed to a 1-2-3 ninth

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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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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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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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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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Red Sox vs. Yankees: The New Age of Baseball’s Greatest Rivalry

The history between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees is one that dates back many years and has been through various cycles of declines and resurgences. Since its most recent peak in 2004, the rivalry has become less

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Rollins: Stop the Nonsense, the Amercian League Rookie of the Year Race Isn’t Even Close

Okay, let’s pause for a minute Red Sox Nation. Why am I saying this? Well, after Andrew Benintendi’s two-home run, six-RBI showing Saturday afternoon, apparently the AL Rookie of the Year race, which the 23-year-old was favored to win at

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Keeping up With Kevin Youkilis 

Kevin Youkilis was a staple on the Boston Red Sox from 2004 to 2012. The versatile, third baseman turned first baseman, who could hold down any of the corner outfield positions, won two World Series titles with the team made

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