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Heartbreak and Gratification from Baseball

The title might be a bit dramatic… might. But maybe after a little back-story, you won’t think it’s so dramatic!

Going all the way back to my extreme youth, I was in T-ball or Rookie Ball, so just learning what baseball was. 735 more words

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Enjoyment and Heartbreak due to Baseball

The title might be a bit dramatic… might. But maybe after a little back story, you won’t think it’s so dramatic!

Going all the way back to my extreme youth, I was in T-ball or Rookie Ball, so just learning what baseball was. 742 more words

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Mike Napoli Oversleeps During 2014

DATELINE: HUMOR NAPS

With the miserable Red Sox season over, the other Sox shoe drops daily. Now we know why Mike Napoli looked like a somnambulist during the past season. 275 more words

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Yoenis Cespedes joins Jay Z's Roc Nation Sports

Following in the footsteps of fellow MLB players Robinson Cano, CC Sabathia, and his teammate and countryman Rusney Castillo, Red Sox outfielder Yoenis Cespedes will now be represented by Jay Z’s Roc Nation Sports… 127 more words

Boston Red Sox's Young Pitchers: Projecting Players' Roles For 2015

The Boston Red Sox’s starting rotation conundrum is multilayered.

While the Red Sox need to acquire pitching help this offseason, the organization still has a surplus of young hurlers who could make an impact at the major league level, … 1,025 more words

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Lou Lucier, Oldest Former Red Sox Player, Dies At 96

BOSTON (AP/CBS) — The Boston Red Sox have lost their oldest surviving player.

Lou Lucier, a right-handed pitcher who played during World War II, has died at the age of 96.  167 more words

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Lou Lucier, Oldest Surviving Red Sox Player, Passes Away At Age 96

The Boston Red Sox lost a special member of their family over the weekend.

Lou Lucier, who suffered a stroke earlier this month, died Saturday, according to the team. 103 more words

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