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What It Means Seeing Red Sox In Pinstripes

That Unsettling Feeling

Teams trade with each other all the time, even rival ones, but there is something about seeing a former Red Sox player don pinstripes. 576 more words

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Red Sox Fire Sale Begins!

 DATELINE: HUMORESQUE

Smarmy Ben Cherington will continue to dismantle his formerly winning 2013 team, transformed into misfits and losers in 2014.

Mike Carp, another super backup who gave a modicum of his best last season, now wants out. 246 more words

Gone to a Far, Far Better Place: Jake Peavy

 DATELINE: HUMOR

The Red Sox are desperate, and no one wants to help them. So they are helping themselves by divesting themselves of former World Series stars. 236 more words

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Seldom Heard Discouraging Words for Red Sox

DATELINE: HUMOR

When Frank Sinatra sang, it was: “Flying high in April, and shot down in May.” If you’re the Red Sox, it is flying high in July, and shot down in July. 221 more words

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Fenway Park: Church of Holy Redemption Now in Service

 

Heathens of summer have heard the clarion call. The Red Sox have found life wanting in Sin City.

The Red Sox were the American League team standing on the street corner, holding the sign that said: “End of World is Near.” 202 more words

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No Keel Hauling Needed for Red Sox & Cherington

DATELINE: SINK OR SWIM

If the Red Sox win twice as many games as they lose for the remainder of the season, you may consider the season better than a salvage job. 277 more words

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Red Sox Awaken, But Is It in a Nick of Time?

DATELINE: HUMOR

Apparently when the Boston Celtics put us to sleep for the off-season, the Boston Red Sox woke up.

Their season long somnambulist cakewalk to the cellar of the American League may be the stuff of bad dreams. 242 more words

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