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Op-Ed: Mike Napoli goes deep to beat Yankees, calls Tanaka an 'idiot'

Boston - Like a Hail-Mary touchdown or buzzer-beating three, baseball's ninth-inning home run is one of the signature scoring plays in American sport.

Red Sox take out newspaper ad thanking St. Louis

Boston - The Boston Red Sox placed a full-page ad in Tuesday's St. Louis Post-Dispatch, thanking the city for its hospitality during the World Series. It also honored the St. Louis Cardinals, the team it beat in the Series and its fans.

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.

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.

Baseball: Boston Red Sox defeat The Toronto Blue Jays

On Sunday, the Boston Red Sox defeated the Toronto Blue Jays. The final score of the night was 13-0. During the game Will Middlebrooks landed three home runs.

Op-Ed: Some sadness as Blue Jays, Bosox renew rivalry

Toronto - The first series of the baseball season between the Blue Jays and Red Sox has saddened fans of both teams at various times.

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.

David Ortiz of the Red Sox may not head to disable list

Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz will be taking some time off but will probably not be put on the disabled list following positive results from an MRI.

Pitcher John Lackey and Red Sox agree on Deal

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim starting pitcher John Lackey and the rival Boston Red Sox agree to tentative deal worth millions.

Red Sox acquire Boof Bonser

According to USA today, The Minnesota Twins have traded right handed pitcher Boof Bonser to the Boston Red Sox. In return, Boston will provide a player to be named later or money.

Red Sox Beat The Rays 8-4

The wild card race in the American League is starting to widen. The Tampa Bay Rays fell six games behind the Boston Red Sox for the wild card after losing 8-4.

The World Series Will Be Boston Red Sox-Free; Thank You, Tampa Bay Rays

I never thought I'd be cheering for Matt Garza, not after what he did to the Blue Jays this season. Last night, I was the Rays pitcher's biggest fan, and he didn't disappoint. What can I say? When I hop aboard a bandwagon, I go all out.

Op-Ed: After a historic comeback, Red Sox & Rays set to tangle for the pennant once again

The champagne was on ice. The plastic sheets were up all over my apartment. I even had my swimming goggles ready to go. Then the Boston Red Sox, left for dead, came back. Massholes everywhere rejoiced.

Op-Ed: Fenway Park, The Holy Cathedral of Baseball

Yankee Stadium has long been considered baseball's Holy Temple, where history and 26 banners filled the air. But where have more prayers been offered under the worst of adversity? And where have the Baseball Gods intervened in more spectacular fashion?

Op-Ed: Boston Red Sox Pitcher Jonathan Papelbon is Insufferable

Is there a more annoying individual in all of baseball than Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon? Looking for another reason to dislike the guy? I've got you covered. Check out the following video, taken after Boston's ALDS series victory on Monday night:

Tampa Bay Rays Moving on to the ALCS

Is there anything in pro sports more agonizing than watching your opponents celebrate on your turf after they've just ended your season?

Op-Ed: Dream Matchups In A Red Sox-Dodgers World Series

As purely a fan of the sport, the drama of a Red Sox-Dodgers World Series becomes more enticing once you know the players and the histories. The LA Dodgers just took a step closer by advancing to the NLDS, and the Sox lead their best-of-five series 2-0.

Op-Ed: Red Sox Back In Title Chase After Nailbiter At Fenway

After beating the Cleveland Indians and presumed Cy Young winner Cliff Lee (22-3) in a squeaker at Fenway, the Red Sox enter the playoffs once again in pursuit of their first back-to-back titles since 1915-16. From 86-year famine to delicious feast. Yum!

Op-Ed: Red Sox Say Goodbye to Manny Ramirez

The Boston Red Sox let go of perhaps the best right-handed hitter since Willie Mays today when they traded Manny Ramirez to the Los Angeles Dodgers and received Jason Bay From the Pittsburgh Pirates, in a three-team deal.

Red Sox-Yankees Rivalry Turns Fatal

A woman who is a New York Yankees fan has been charged with second-degree murder because she allegedly rammed her car into a group of people outside a New Hampshire bar. The incident left one Boston Red Sox fan dead.

Op-Ed: Rabid Drunken Yankees Fan Runs Over Two Red Sox Fans, Killing One

Drunken Bombers fan Ivonne Hernandez gave a whole new meaning to the term 'Yankee Killer' after mowing down two Red Sox fans who taunted her in a bar not five blocks from my house in Nashua, NH, killing one. In New York, for sure. But this is just wrong.

Giraffe Named After Red Sox

A baby giraffe, born October 24 at Boston's Franklin Park Zoo, was named 'Sox' in honor of the Red Sox four game World Series sweep of the Colorado Rockies. The giraffe was born after the Sox won their first victory.

Rowdy Fenway Fans Ordered to Write Essays

Of the 26 people arrested in Boston, seven teens were charged with disorderly conduct following the Red Sox seventh game win on Sunday night. They were given an interesting homework assignment by the Judge.

Maybe Next Year Toronto Blue Jays

For the Toronto Blue Jays, mission make the playoffs has been replaced by, unfortunately, mission play out the stretch. The dream is dead for 2007, but the Jays are embracing the role of spoiler, and giving hope for 2008.

Jinxed Jays

I didn't have to wait long; the unhittable Casey Janssen and Jeremy Accardo are unhittable no more.

Red Sox Player Ortiz Mourns Soldier Lost In Iraq

Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is mourning a young soldier he met last year at Fenway Park who was killed last week in Iraq.

Red Sox may have top Matsuzaka bid

I'm a huge Sox fan. I know you guys may not be interested but humor me,this is big,big news in Red Sox Nation!
 

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