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Tom Brady Now Hawking TB12 Under Armour Pajamas and I Need Them Like I Need Air

SI – “Tom Brady says he can only work has hard—or perform as well—as his ability to recover. And he considers sleep the best way to recover, exactly why he strives for eight to 10 hours of uninterrupted zzz’s every night….With such an importance placed on sleep and recovery, it follows that… 281 more words


Mookie Betts, Jackie Bradley Jr., Dustin Pedroia All Named Finalists For Gold Glove Awards

BOSTON (CBS) — Mookie Betts received serious MVP consideration in 2016 for his work at the plate, but work in the outfield occasionally went less noticed. 247 more words


2016 Update, Second Base

Second base may be the most stacked position in the game right now. We’re looking at a sure-fire first ballot type of guy, a SABR darling who may just be over the line now, an under-the-radar star who look like a HoMEr one day, a fan favorite who’s healthy and making a run, a Swiss Army Knife of a player who I’m not ready to count out, and a youngster who has a shot at 3000 hits. 1,461 more words

2016 Update

Red Sox 2B Dustin Pedroia (Knee) Undergoes Surgery

Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia underwent successful left knee arthroscopy surgery yesterday in Massachusetts and is expected to be ready for spring training, per an official team… 142 more words


Report: Dustin Pedroia Undergoes Knee Surgery, Expected To Be Ready For Spring Training

BOSTON (CBS) — Dustin Pedroia’s unfortunate injury history continued to grow after the 2016 season, as the Red Sox second baseman reportedly underwent surgery to repair an injury in his left knee. 124 more words


Dustin Pedroia

Jack was holding his bat in one hand and looking toward one of the corners of our carpeted basement. I stood a few feet away, ready to start lobbing him underhand pitches. 1,601 more words

By Josh Wilker

Who's To Blame? Ranking The Nine Most Disappointing Postseason Performances From 2016 Red Sox

By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Red Sox were back. After a brief two-year stint occupying the basement of the AL East, they rode baseball’s best offense to winning the eighth AL East crown in franchise history. 2,121 more words