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New Pitching Ace Helps Fill Void of Big Papi for Red Sox

This week, Major League Baseball shakes off its coat of snow and begins warming up with spring training drills. On Monday, the Red Sox’s pitchers and catchers reported to camp. By the end of the week, the entire team will be in Fort Myers, Florida stretching, running through drills and …

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Panthers Return Home to Host Bruins

Panthers Get Set to Host Bruins After ending a three-game losing streak with a 5-2 road victory Sunday against the Detroit Red Wings, the (4-4-1) Florida Panthers get set to host the Boston Bruins(4-4) Tuesday night.  Center Colton Sceviour led the charge for the Panthers with a Motor-City hat-trick.  The hat-trick was the …

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Indians Sweep Red Sox, Face Blue Jays in ALCS

It’s the end of an era. David Ortiz laced up his cleats for the last time on Monday night, as his Boston Red Sox hosted the Cleveland Indians in Game 3 of the American League Division Series. Down 2-0 in the series, and facing elimination, Boston fell to Cleveland 4-3, …

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ALDS Preview: Red Sox and Indians Move to Boston for Game 3

Following a rainout Sunday, the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians will resume ALDS play Monday evening at 6 p.m. The series moves to Fenway Park for Game 3.  The rainout will not affect the starting pitching matchups, as Josh Tomlin (13-9) and Clay Buchholz (8-10) are still scheduled to start for the Indians …

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ALDS Preview: Boston Red Sox vs. Cleveland Indians

The American League Division Series begins tonight when the Boston Red Sox (93-69) travel to take on the Cleveland Indians (94-67). In his last playoff run of his career, David Ortiz and the Red Sox will be facing a team managed by Terry Francona. Francona managed Red Sox in their 2004 and 2007 championship seasons. Despite winning …

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AL East Teams Dominate Wild Card Race

The Boston Red Sox currently lead the American League East by a single game over the Toronto Blue Jays, who lead the American League wild card by, you guessed it, a mere one game over the Baltimore Orioles. However, with 23 games to play, those three teams will all be …

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MLB Hunt for October

With under 30 games to play in the 2016 Major League Baseball season, three divisions are separated by five games or less, and both wild card spots are crapshoots with six AL teams within five games vying for that second spot, and four NL teams within four games. Let’s get …

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