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Andrew Miller: 'It's Just Been A Blast' Playing For Baltimore Orioles

Former Red Sox reliever Andrew Miller said after being traded to the Baltimore Orioles that he enjoyed his time in Boston. The left-hander doesn’t hate his new home, either. 391 more words

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Angels Lose Ace Richards In 8-3 Win Over Sox

BOSTON (AP) — Garrett Richards lay on the ground for several minutes, his left knee damaged and his season seemingly over.

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The right-hander’s injury while running to cover first base is a big loss that overshadowed the Los Angeles Angels’ seventh win in eight games. 770 more words


Flotsam and Jetsam, Part III

One last brain dump, I promise:

*Red Sox Hall of Fame comments:

The Red Sox Hall of Fame induction ceremony was last week.  Four individuals were enshrined:  Roger Clemens, Pedro Martinez, Nomar Garciaparra, and Joe Castiglione.  1,564 more words

Clay Buchholz's Implosion Versus Angels Adds To Head-Scratching Season

BOSTON — The Clay Buchholz narrative could turn you blue in the face.

Buchholz’s season has been a repetition of inhales and exhales — inhales when he takes the mounds, exhales when he doesn’t implode — for the Red Sox, as it’s nearly possible to predict which version of the right-hander will show up on a given night. 657 more words

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Rubby De La Rosa Returns To Mound For Red Sox On Thursday (Video)

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The Boston Red Sox will be hoping to avoid a four-game sweep by the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday night, and they will send Rubby De La Rosa to the mound for his 13th start of the season. 59 more words

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Red Sox Lose 8-3, Drop Third Straight To Angels (Video)

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Clay Buchholz appeared to be putting together a third consecutive quality outing, but the veteran right-hander fell apart in the fifth inning of Wednesday’s game against the Los Angeles Angels. 61 more words

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Top 5 Epic Sports Comebacks

The ‘comeback’ is the single greatest aspect of competition that most embodies the spirit of what makes sport extraordinary. As children, most young athletes have, at some point, imagined themselves taking the 3-point shot with one second left to win the game, or hitting the walk-off home run in the World Series for their favorite ball club, or receiving the game winning touchdown at the end of the 4th quarter. 1,536 more words