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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - March 27, 2015

I love David Ortiz to death. But has there ever been a player caught in a PED web who has been given a bigger pass than Big Papi? 136 more words

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - March 27, 2015

I love David Ortiz to death. But has there ever been a player caught in a PED web who has been given a bigger pass than Big Papi? 136 more words

MLB Podcast Network

Nomar: the Hall of Fame career that wasn’t

From: The Boston Globe

The drumbeat of Pedro Martinez’s Hall of Fame candidacy resounded with the same air of anticipation and inevitability that accompanied a two-strike count when he occupied his stage at Fenway Park. 1,360 more words

Dailies

Ten years after the day after the Red Sox won the World Series

Thursday October 28, 2004. It was sometime around 2 in the morning in a dorm room, in a college town in Upstate New York. My body didn’t feel like sleeping and my mind didn’t feel like I was in New York. 824 more words

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10 Years Ago Today: The 2004 Red Sox Comeback Through More Mature Eyes

Ten years ago today the Boston Red Sox did the unthinkable when they completed the greatest playoff comeback in baseball history.

You may recall the details (and you’ll likely see lots of articles, Facebooks posts and Tweets about it today): The Yankees dominated the Red Sox in the first three games of the 2004 ALCS, all hope was lost once again for Boston fans, and then the Sox flipped the script and won four straight. 1,122 more words

General BS

What I Can Rely On

Growing up, my family never embraced sports. My mom, bless her heart, still doesn’t know what the definition of “sports” is, and my dad gets interested only if games stir up enough excitement or controversy to make the news… even then, it’s not a guarantee he’d watch the match. 2,574 more words

Chit Chat

The Sports Archives - More to Throwing a Ball than Meets the Eye: Baseball Injuries

It should be no surprise that sports and physical injury go hand-in-hand. Depending on the activity, common injuries range from bruised knees and strained muscles to fractured limbs and blown knees. 555 more words

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