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Though they are only 450 miles apart, Boston and Washington D.C. seem to be polar opposites when it comes to each city's sports fans. Consider the atmostphere in Boston. If you walk into just about any sports bar, you'll likely find crowds of people with their eyes glued to the TV to watch the Red Sox, Bruins, Patriots or Celtics. Chances are you know someone in the establishment (probably by the name of Sully) and someone there knows you. The fans live and die with the local teams, basking in their glory during rolling-rally parades and agonizing and debating over...

Sox September swoon behind Adrian Gonzalez

First he bought his new iPhone in La Jolla. Now, he's helping children in Chula Vista, his hometown. What's next for former Padre turned Red Sox slugger Adrian Gonzalez? A baby.

Live: Watch Red Sox General Manager Ben Cherington's Introductory News Conference on

The Boston Red Sox introduce new executive vice president/general manager Ben Cherington in a news conference on Tuesday. NESN and have complete coverage as Cherington takes the reins. Cherington joined the Red Sox as a scout in 1999 and rose to become assistant general manager. He was born in New Hampshire and graduated from Amherst College. Check out live streaming video...

Epstein expounds on decision in Boston paper

Boston's erstwhile general manager Theo Epstein wrote a 1,600-word op-ed piece in Tuesday's Boston Globe in which he outlined the reasons for his departure to the Chicago Cubs, where he will serve as president of baseball operations.

There's Nothing That Prevents an MLB Player from Being Part of a Front Office Transaction

The deal was announced late Friday, but it’s moving parts are far from over. The story is, of course, former Red Sox GM Theo Epstein going to the Chicago Cubs where he is now the President of Baseball Operations. Tomorrow, the last off-day of the World Series, both the Red Sox and Cubs will have press conferences regarding the move. For the Cubs, it will be to announced Epstein...

Epstein joins the Cubs

CHICAGO (AP) - Theo Epstein knew it was time to move on, even though it meant leaving the team he loved. After nearly a decade as general manager in Boston where he won two World Series titles, Epstein decided change would be a good thing."After 10 years, no matter how ...

Theo Epstein Introduced as Cubs' President of Baseball Operations (Photo)

Theo Epstein is officially a former member of the Red Sox organization. Epstein was introduced as the Chicago Cubs' president of baseball operations on Tuesday, as you can see in the screen shot below, from's live stream. For updates from the introductory news conference, follow the live blog here.

Theo Epstein joins the Chicago Cubs

After nearly a decade as general manager in Boston where he won two World Series titles, Theo Epsteindecided change would be a good thing.

ZiPS Projections

Ready for 2012 everyone? On Tuesday Dan Szymborski released his “ZiPS” projections for the Boston Red Sox.The best note I read in the comments at the Baseball Think Factory discussion is that these are “projections” not “predictions.” The latter purport to tell you what will happen, the former include the unspoken caveat “based on the information known today.” I...

Task for Epstein is decidedly difficult

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