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Mike Lowell sat down with MLB.com for a Q&A session to talk about his first year in broadcasting, Theo Epstein's reported agreement with the Cubs, the Marlins' new ballpark, both World Series titles, Nelson Cruz batting seventh and more.
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With manager Terry Francona and general manager Theo Epstein out the door, could slugger David Ortiz be next?
Ortiz told ESPN that he's unsure if he wants to be back in Boston next season because "There's too much drama."
Ortiz remarks came on the same day that Epstein had reportedly agreed to a five-year deal with the Chicago Cubs and hours after a Boston Globe...
Believe it or not, Boston is currently the place to be if you are a major league baseball player looking for a new home – at least that’s what I’ll attempt to argue here. After our New York writer’s article yesterday – “Why Would Anyone Want to Join the Red Sox?” – it’s clear that there is plenty of reason to be disenchanted with the Red Sox, as the organization...
The excuses for the Red Sox collapse in September continue to pour in… how far can these reporters of the Boston Globe go? It appears quite deep with zero regard for one’s personal life. It’s ...
Boston Red Sox owner John Henry popped in on a Boston radio show on Friday to deny that the club conducted a smear campaign against manager Terry Francona after letting him go.
While Nomar Garciaparra compares the treatment suddenly afforded to Tito Francona on his way out the door to the brickbats aimed at such all-time Boston greats as Carl Yazstremski, Ted Williams and…uh, Carl Everett Nomar Gariaparra, departing GM Theo Epstein receives a number of helpful suggestions from the Daily Herald’s Barry Rozner on how to best assume the same position with...
Reading the Boston Globe’s take down of Theo Epstein and Terry Francona this morning gave me a horrible sense of deja vu. The name on the article may have been Bob Hohler, but he only wrote that article in the sense that he literally typed the text up on his computer. The words and the substance of the piece was clearly the work of some fairly significant players in the Red Sox...
When the Red Sox show up in Fort Myers next February for spring training, a lot of the boyos are going to be telling...
As Epstein talks drag on, Cubs announce ticket pricing planThe Cubs announced their 2012 ticket pricing plan Friday while the Theo Epstein saga continued to play out.
Gaslamp Ball is not surprised to find out that Adrian Gonzalez lacks leadership skills.
In general, I don’t care. If someone hits .338/.410/.548 for the season, he did his job. If he wants to kick some other players into action, fine, but they are all grown men earning lots of money. They shouldn’t need motivation to perform at their best.
The Cubs are on the verge of getting their man in Theo Epstein, who has agreed to a five year deal with the Cubs.
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