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  • Red Sox delete ill-timed tweet in aftermath of Ferguson decision

    The Boston Red Sox really did have a good Monday, picking up a pair of coveted free agents as part of their rebuilding process. They just picked a horrible time to gloat about it on Twitter. Earlier in the day, the team agreed to terms with third...
  • Could Red Sox now be the best fit for Cole Hamels?

    Could Red Sox now be the best fit for Cole Hamels?
    With the Boston Red Sox signing free agents Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez this week, they've helped turn the heat up on the MLB Hot Stove. The Red Sox are hoping the two signings will solidify the left side of their infield but they are still left...
  • Boston's signings of Hanley Ramirez, Pablo Sandoval could impact Orioles' offseason

    Boston's signings of Hanley Ramirez, Pablo Sandoval could impact Orioles' offseason
    It’s November, and the Boston Red Sox were bad last year, so why wouldn’t they spend all of the money on free agents in order to rectify it? In the span of a a few hours last night and this morning, Boston reportedly agreed to terms with...
  • Interest in Jon Lester reaching new heights

    Interest in Jon Lester reaching new heights
    Judging from the various degrees of interest, the only stress free agent left-hander Jon Lester will encounter will be saying ‘’no thanks’’ to the teams he’ll turn down. The interest in Lester, 30, has swelled and become...
  • On The Fly: Patriots-Packers Should Be A Fun Battle

    On The Fly: Patriots-Packers Should Be A Fun Battle
    The Patriots are at the Packers Sunday, which should be a good one. Yahoo Sports' power rankings have the Patriots (9-2) No. 1 and the Packers (8-3) No. 2. Super Bowl preview? We're a long way from that, but you never know. If the Patriots do win Sunday,...
  • The American League East waits for no one

    The American League East waits for no one
    Nobody should be surprised that the Orioles' American League East competitors are driving the free-agent market right now. That’s not exactly a new concept, and it isn’t necessarily reason for alarm. The Boston Red Sox had to move quickly...
  • Pablo Sandoval is gone — and so are the panda heads

    Pablo Sandoval, the "Kung Fu Panda," has left the San Francisco Giants for wealthier days with the Boston Red Sox, leaving his faithful fans with no choice but to put away their panda heads. Michael Jessen and Sam Li are two of the season-ticket holders...
  • Pablo Sandoval, Hanley Ramirez Agree To Deals With Red Sox

    Free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval is leaving his heart in San Francisco and heading cross-country to Beantown. According to multiple reports, Sandoval and the Boston Red Sox have agreed on a five-year deal worth close to $100 million. Later Monday...
  • Hanley Ramirez deal with Boston reportedly four years, $88 million

    Hanley Ramirez deal with Boston reportedly four years, $88 million
    Farewell, Hanley Ramirez, parting is such sweet ... what? Sorrow? Not hardly. Cause for celebration? Not exactly that, either. Maybe Ramirez goes on to remain healthy the next few years, hits the snot out of the ball and makes everyone around Chavez...
  • On The Fly: Sox To Sign Sandoval, Ramirez

    On The Fly: Sox To Sign Sandoval, Ramirez
    A year after winning the World Series, the Red Sox embraced a youth movement and stumbled to last place. The reaction from Yawkey Way? Spend like it's Black Friday. Rotund third baseman Pablo Sandoval reportedly has agreed to a deal worth close to $100...
  • Pickoff Move: Sox Change Course, Splurge On Sandoval, Ramirez

    Pickoff Move: Sox Change Course, Splurge On Sandoval, Ramirez
    In the end, what they do is much more important than what they say. In the end, the players they put on the field in April and October are much more important than the words they stuff into microphones in November and February. Still, it is head-...