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Was Chris Sale Snubbed In Not Getting AL Cy Young?

It seemed every outing by Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale this past season was a record breaking performance of some kind. Sale struck out batters 308 times, holding a 2.90 ERA, .98 WHIP, and had an overall record of 17 wins and 8 losses. 40 more words

Fun Cards: "Baseball Immortals" Carl Yastrzemski

If you can spell his last name, I’m impressed, but if you have to call him “Yaz,” I don’t hold it against you. Carl Yastrzemski… 194 more words


The Greatest Game Ruth Ever Pitched

In the years before he became the near-mythical Yankees’ slugger he is known for, Babe Ruth was a terrific pitcher for the Boston Red Sox. In 1916, he was tops of the World Series champion’s staff, compiling a 23-12 record with an American League leading 1.75 ERA and 23 complete games in 323 innings pitched. 824 more words


New Red Sox Manager Alex Cora Discusses His Whirlwind Offseason

It has been a wild couple of months for new Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora.

From winning the World Series with the Houston Astros to being hired by the Red Sox and even going home to his native Puerto Rico to help with hurricane relief efforts, Cora has been running around for a while. 53 more words

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Holiday shopping at Fenway Park, for fans and team alike

BOSTON (AP) — The Boston Red Sox held a Christmas carnival at Fenway Park on Saturday for fans who — like their favorite team — still have some shopping to do. 394 more words


MLB: Who's Left in Free Agency? Where Might they Go?

The MLB 2017 offseason is in full swing as the Winter Meetings in Orlando come to a close with a week full of big trades like Stanton to the Yankees, Ozuna to the Cardinals, and Kinsler to the Angels. 1,811 more words


The Babe (Movie)

Babe Ruth is more than just a legendary baseball player. He’s known as an American icon who lived a larger life than most. His accomplishments in baseball were so far ahead of his time that modern ballplayers have trouble approaching his numbers – most of them still can’t touch him. 1,319 more words

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