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The Significance of Changing Yawkey Way

Last week, the city of Boston unanimously decided to change the name of Yawkey way, after the longest tenured Red Sox owner from 1933 until his death in 1976. The street was named after him in 1977, but the Boston Public Improvement Commission finally changed the name of the street

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Athletes Secretly Supporting their teams’ Rivals?

Towards the end of the 2017 MLB season, pictures surfaced of young Aaron Judge sporting a Red Sox t-shirt as a teenager, despite playing for the Yankees. The greatest rivalry in all sports has led to the AL MVP runner-up wearing the sworn enemy's shirt? What has the world come

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The 2018 MLB “Cold Stove”: Collusion, Free Agency, and Scott Boras.

7 of the top 10 free agents on CBS’s Free Agent tracker this offseason remain unsigned. For the first time ever, there will be 31 “teams” holding spring training camps, the additional one entirely designated to free agents. Over 100 free agents hit the market at the conclusion of the

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Taking a Deeper Look at 2017 MLB Statistics

Many fans make assumptions about certain aspects of baseball. Are younger players better than older players? Were the Astros really the best team? Does my favorite player really deserve to be paid so much? Does Yuli Gurriel have the best or worst hair in the MLB? Sports writer Jim Murray once

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Top 5 Red Sox & Yankees Benches Clearing Brawls

To think that the origins of a 98 year rivalry stem from the trade of one player sounds ridiculous...unless that player is Babe Ruth and the two teams involved are the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. Their rivalry is the archetype for all other sports teams. Only

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