Found January 20, 2012 on
Boston Red Sox
<span style="font-family: "Arial","sans-serif"; font-size: 10pt;">It is commonly said that the Chinese symbol for crisis is a mix of the symbols for danger and opportunity. I am pretty sure that is an urban myth but whether it is true or not there is some accuracy in the concept.<span style="font-family: "Arial","sans-serif"; font-size: 10pt;">A smart organization in any business can turn all but the most negative of events into a positive with smart and decisive management. The question at hand is have Yu Darvish, Aramis Ramirez and Carl Crawford conspired to present the Boston Red Sox with such an opportunity?<span style="font-family: "Arial","sans-serif"; font-size: 10pt;">The recent injury to Carl Crawford called into question his ability to start the 2012 season. While the Sox probably do not have a need or desire to fill his brief absence in the lineup with anythi...
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The Texas Rangers made a big move Wednesday afternoon by signing Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish to a six-year, $60 million deal. When considering the posting fee paid just to negotiate with the right-hander, that means the Rangers spent over $110 million to get Darvish on board.
After spending that kind of dough it would be reasonable to assume Texas is done dipping into the...
ARLINGTON, Texas - The first Texas Rangers dignitary Yu Darvish posed with for pictures Friday night after...
It’s interesting that on the day a good deal of the internet is on strike/ boycott/etc to protest the Anti Piracy Legislation (PIPA and SOPA) currently before Congress, there is probably the most amount of Red Sox scoopage to report…
And, if you want to sign the petition (against PIPA and SOPA, not against the Sox) you can do so here….
Carl Crawford needs what? NOW? Yep. Carl...
While you're sitting around wondering what the hell is going on with Prince Fielder, take a moment to bask in the glow of the new 2 year, $10.5 million extension Michael Morse got from the Nats with the above photo of Michael Morse in a Santa hat with a bat on his shoulder (Photo via 22Fresh on Facebook). Seeems like only yesterday when we were marvelling at Morse's modeling...
The Washington Nationals today announced a two-year extension for first baseman/left fielder Mike Morse, buying out his final two arbitration years. Morse will still become a free agent after the 2013 season as he was initially able to, but does the signing take the Nationals out of the running for free agent first baseman and former Milwaukee Brewer Prince Fielder?
The news of Carl Crawford's injury came as something of a surprise to many Red Sox fans. However, thanks to some added depth, the Sox may be able to get by until the All-Star outfielder returns. NESN.com's Red Sox reporter Didier Morais talked about the wrist injury that may sideline Crawford through Opening Day, and he said that the injury should give players like Mike Aviles...
Can they replace V-Mart?
The Detroit Tigers got a crushing blow Monday afternoon when they learned DH Victor Martinez would likely be out all of 2012 with an ACL injury. The Tigers we already looking for a lead off man, 3B, and OF to fill holes this off season, and now have add an almost irreplaceable DH and team leader in Martinez. Besides having to replace V-Mart’s batting...
By: Omar Virani
With pitchers and catchers set to report to Spring Training in a month, Prince Fielder has yet to sign with a MLB team. Many teams are reluctant to give him the long term deal he wants because of his weight, but agent Scott Boras knows that some team will end up giving Fielder what he wants. The Big 3, the Yankees, Red Sox and Phillies already...
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HBT: Victor Martinez‘s season-ending knee injury has Tigers fans getting their hopes up for Prince Fielder, but Dave Dombrowski threw cold water on that notion.