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The Teams are Set

There will be no Game 162 this year. Well, actually, there will be fifteen game 162’s this year, but there will be none of the magic and excitement that surrounded Game 162 as there was last year. With Oakland’s 4-3 … Continue reading

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Fight for the Finish

After the compelling and emotional ending to Major League Baseball’s 2011 regular season, many scoffed at Bud Selig when he said he was going to change things. A fifth playoff team, one from each league, would be added to the … Continue reading

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Say It Ain’t So, Mo

This was not how it was supposed to end. A career of this caliber is supposed to have a storybook ending. A player with his skill should be able to choose how he exits the game he loves. His story … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Old Girl

Fenway Park turned 100 today. The Red Sox moved to Fenway from their old home at the Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds. The very first game played in this park was on April 20, 1912 against the New York Highlanders, with the … Continue reading

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The Son of an Icon

Mention Bucky Dent’s name to any die-hard Red Sox fan, and you are likely to get a reaction ranging from depressed resignation to full-blown rage. It was Dent’s home run in the 1978 American League East tiebreaker game that sealed … Continue reading

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