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Monday Links: Advantage San Francisco

It’s been a battle so far this fall, but the San Francisco Giants just keep plugging along. After entering the postseason as the National League Wild Card winners, the Giants are blew past the Washington Nationals, en route to a five game NLCS victory against the St. Louis Cardinals. Now, the Giants hold a 3-2 […]

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Friday Links: World Series shifts to San Fran

After splitting the first two games of the World Series at Kauffman Stadium, the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants will resume the fall classic tonight at AT&T Park. The scheduled pitching match-up for tonight is set to feature two veterans, who are both starting their first ever World Series game. For the […]

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Thursday Links: The Royals are World Series bound

No, that wasn’t some crazy dream that you had last night; the Kansas City Royals are in the World Series. For the first time since 1985, Kansas City is heading back to the MLB championship after they completed a 4 game sweep of the Baltimore Orioles. The Royals wasted no time jumping out to an […]

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Wednesday Links: Walk off….bunt?

The San Fransisco Giants took a one game series advantage on Tuesday, after they beat the St. Louis Cardinals in unorthodox fashion. Starters John Lackey and Tim Hudson battled for their respective clubs for 6 innings, and left the game after allowing 4 runs. The Giants jumped out to a first inning 4 run advantage, […]

Monday Links: This ain’t your father’s ALCS

The American League Championship Series was officially set over the weekend, with both the Baltimore Orioles and Kansas City Royals sweeping their respective series’. While the two clubs that will battle to represent the American League in the World Series aren’t the juggernauts that we’re used to seeing, both teams have risen to the occasion […]

Tuesday Links: Lester, Shields kick off playoffs

The 2014 MLB playoffs officially get underway tonight, as the Oakland Athletics take on the Kansas City Royals in a win or go home Wild Card game. The opening contest will feature a pair of impending top flight free agents in Jon Lester and James Shields, both of whom have a knack for rising to […]

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Jackie “Brady” Jr.

We’re all well aware of JBJ’s prodigious struggles over the past two seasons.  It’s been frustrating, painful, and just plain sad to see one of the Sox’ former top prospects look so completely lost at the plate.  I don’t want to discount what he’s done in the field, because it has been immensely valuable, and […]

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Interview With Evan Lepler

The “Voice of the Salem Red Sox” on his years broadcasting in the Carolina League and meeting Red Sox prospects before they make the majors.

Friday Links: Buchholz stops Sox skid in Kansas City

After being swept at Fenway Park by the Baltimore Orioles, the Red Sox hit the road for the final time this season. Boston’s last road trip of the 2014 campaign took them to Kansas City, for a four game series with the first-place Royals. The Red Sox grabbed an early lead against Royals starter Liam […]

Monday Links: Weekend Spoilers

With the Red Sox well out of contention in the American League playoff standings, Boston welcomed in Wild Card hopefuls, the Toronto Blue Jays over the weekend. Embracing their role as spoilers, the Red Sox took 2 of 3 games in the weekend series, and kept the Jays 5 games back of a Wild Card […]

Do the Cons Outweigh the Pros With Jackie Bradley Jr?

At the young age of 24-years-old, Jackie Bradley Jr. may be the best defensive center-fielder in the entire league. It seems as if every night he makes another impressive diving catch, or a tricky over the shoulder catch in front of the wall. He currently leads the majors in outfield assists with 13, and has […]

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