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Red Sox In A Romp

By JIMMY GOLEN  AP Sports WriterRed

BOSTON (AP) _ Anthony Ranaudo pitched seven strong innings, and Garin Cecchini hit his first major league home run to help the fifth-place Boston Red Sox beat the fourth-place Tampa Bay Rays 11-3 on Wednesday night. 391 more words


5 Things To Look Forward To In '15 For The Sox

As the 2014 Boston Pawtucket Red Sox slowly, painfully wrap up their season, we’re trying to stay positive and look to next year. Here are a handful of reasons to be excited as we head into the pre-2015 offseason: 462 more words

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Red Sox Make Rookies Play Dress-Up On Way Back From Road Trip

BOSTON (CBS) — While it hasn’t been too much fun to watch the Boston Red Sox this season, the team’s rookies gave people plenty of reason to laugh on Sunday afternoon. 226 more words


Sox Come Up Empty In Pittsburgh

By JOHN PERROTTO   Associated Press

PITTSBURGH (AP) _ Charlie Morton came off the disabled list to gain his first victory since July 2, and the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Boston Red Sox 4-0 Tuesday night for their ninth win in 11 games. 364 more words


What To Do About: Back of the Rotation Prospects

Inspired by watching the Orioles absolutely hammer Anthony Ranaudo on Tuesday, and Brandon Workman on Wednesday, I thought it might be useful to look at the real value of back end rotation prospects in dynasty leagues.* 404 more words

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Preview: Orioles At Red Sox

STATS Editor

(AP) — The Baltimore Orioles may lack a marquee name at the top of their rotation, but Chris Tillman has developed into one of baseball’s most consistent starters. 586 more words


One MiLB.com writer's league-by-league Pitcher of the Year picks

By Sam Dykstra/MiLB.com

As we did yesterday with MVP choices, today we discuss which hurlers were deserving of the Most Outstanding Pitcher of the Year Awards in their respective full-season leagues. 1,529 more words