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Boston Red Sox go all-in on trade for Chris Sale

For Boston, the trade signals a clear desire to keep pushing for the World Series, and with Sale they could be as poised to do so as any team in the American League.

Op-Ed: Spring storylines — Red Sox can't win without Ramirez, Sandoval

There are many people jumping on the Boston Red Sox bandwagon for 2016 after some impressive moves in the offseason. But the success of this team rests on the shoulders of two players who were acquired last season.

Baltimore: Tensions boil, thousands protest Freddie Gray's death

Baltimore - A protest over the death of Freddie Gray, a young man who suffered a spinal cord injury in police custody that would ultimately result in his death, erupted into violence after starting out peacefully.

Op-Ed: MLB teams to watch in 2015

With 2015 MLB spring training about to get underway, most fans are expecting another entertaining year for the league. Last year was business as usual for the Giants, taking another World Series, but what should we expect this year?

David Ortiz swindled: Sues jeweler for selling him imitation gems

Boston - David Ortiz is suing a California jeweler for selling him pieces of gold and diamond jewelry that were fake or of low value. The sports star purchased the jewelry for $127,000 in 2010 before finding out its real value from an appraiser.

Baseball fan caught sleeping on camera sues MLB for defamation

New York City - A man was seen on camera sleeping during an April baseball game between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. He is now suing several sports bodies for defamation, alleging that commentators called him "fatty" and "unintelligent" among other words.

The Toronto Blue Jays and the mystery of the AL East

Toronto - For more than a decade it has been the most difficult division in the Major Leagues. With the Toronto Blue Jays leading the AL East, a new champion could be crowned.

The Boston Red Sox win World Series at Fenway

Boston - David Ortiz and the rest of the Boston Red Sox defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 6-1 in Game 6 on Wednesday to win the World Series.

Op-Ed: Ump Joyce is right as World Series game ends on walk-off call

The ump got it right. He was obstructed, he was safe. The first time in World Series history that a game ended on a walk-off call and the league, and fans, have the satisfaction of knowing it was the right call.

Cardinals overcome deficit to take second game of World Series

The St. Louis Cardinals took advantage of sloppy Red Sox fielding to overcome a 2-1 deficit, resulting in a 4-2 Cardinals win and a tie for the World Series, with each team boasting one win.

Video: David Ortiz destroys dugout phones after strike call

Baltimore - Even though the Boston Red Sox beat their American League East rivals, the Baltimore Orioles, in Saturday night's game, David Ortiz wasn't too happy thanks to what he believed to be bad umpire calls.

Baseball: Dustin Pedroia in talks over contract extension

The Boston Red Sox and Dustin Pedroia are talking about a contract extension that could be worth more than $100 million.

Op-Ed: Red Sox continue to gain momentum heading toward all star break

Boston - The Red Sox are 88 games into the season and they look like a much different team than they were last season, and I mean that in the best possible way.

FCC has no problem letting Boston Red Sox player drop the F-bomb

Boston - The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) appears to be letting the Boston Red Sox off the hook for fines after player David Ortiz delivered a short passionate speech that included the F word.

John Farrell to manage the Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox announced that they have hired John Farrell to manage their team. Farrell will take over for Bobby Valentine.

Boston Red Sox fire manager Bobby Valentine

The Boston Red Sox announced that they fired the team's manager, Bobby Valentine, regardless of having one year left on his two year contract.

Blue Jays suspend Escobar three games for eye black incident

The Toronto Blue Jays have suspended veteran shortstop Yunel Escobar three games without pay for using eye black containing a message that translates into a homophobic slur.

Blue Jays' Yunel Escobar caught wearing homophobic eye black

As if the Toronto Blue Jays' season weren't going badly enough, a photo has now emerged showing shortstop Yunel Escobar wearing eye black with a strangely homophobic message.

Op-Ed: Baltimore Orioles a bizarre playoff contender

With just over two weeks remaining in Major League Baseball's regular season, the Baltimore Orioles remain in the hunt for the American League East title. Yes, the Baltimore Orioles.

Report claims Boston Red Sox ownership mulling sale of team

Boston - One of the most lucrative sports franchises in the United States is quietly being shopped around to potential owners. The Boston Red Sox, owned by Fenway Sports Group, which also owns the English football team Liverpool FC, is worth at least $1 billion.

Op-Ed: Blue Jays' Jose Bautista return noted, but does it matter?

Toronto - It would be remiss of the sports world not to report the return of Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista from a wrist injury. There are fans still watching who may find it odd he was just there, batting on their telly after being out weeks.

Boston Red Sox paranoia after mascot, like hitting, goes missing

Boston - It turned out the Boston Red Sox were the architects of their own doom Friday when it came to their missing Wally the Green Monster mascot costume. Like their hitting and pitching, it was themselves that lost it.

MLB: Athletics cool off Blue Jays to begin three-game series Special

Toronto - Both teams came into the game riding win streaks - the Toronto Blue Jays had just swept the Boston Red Sox and the Oakland Athletics - the hottest team in baseball - had just swept the major league leading New York Yankees in four games.

Baseball legend Ted Williams makes his return in ‘Extra Innings’

Boston - The year is 2092 and slugger Ted Williams has returned to baseball 132 years after swinging his bat for the last time in the new novel ‘Extra Innings.’

Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield calls it quits

Fort Myers - After 19 years in the majors, the last 17 with the Boston Red Sox, knuckleballer Tim Wakefield announced his retirement yesterday.

MLB: Ex-Jay Vernon Wells Lifts Angels to 7-2 Victory over Jays Special

Toronto - Vernon Wells continued his success at Rogers Centre as he once again haunted his old team by driving in four runs powering his Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim to a 7-2 victory.

Manny Ramirez announces his retirement

Manny Ramirez announced Friday that he would be retiring from baseball. This announcement comes on the heels of finding out he had again violated Major League Baseball's performance-enhancing drug policy.

Op-Ed: MLB, Opening Day

Every spring is signified by a number of different events from flowers blossoming, pollin dropping, and the sound of baseballs being hit and caught.

MLB: Adrian Beltre to sign with the Boston Red Sox

According to league sources, the Boston Red Sox will sign third baseman Adrian Beltre to a deal that could help the team keep up, offensively, with the New York Yankees in the American League East.

Red Sox Sign Lackey & Cameron

The Boston Red Sox made it official today when they announced the signings of pitcher John Lackey and outfielder Mike Cameron.
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