Found December 25, 2011 on RedSoxLife:
Interview is from earlier in the month, but nice to see Pedro back in town and to hear his thoughts on the Sox.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from PN!

On behalf of the entire Phillies Nation team – Brian, Rob, Nick, Amanda, Corey, Kieran, Jay, Jon, and Ian- I’d like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a joyous holiday season. We certainly hope Santa stops at your house this Christmas and brings you an abundance of Phillies related gifts. Happy Hanukkah to our Jewish friends, as well!We’d like to thank you for sticking...

HBT: Red Sox keeping door open with Varitek

HBT: Boston and Jason Varitek sound like they're still open to bringing the free agent back.

Bob McClure's Conversion From Reliever to Starter During Playing Days Could Ease Daniel Bard's Transition

Daniel Bard will be the wild card heading into spring training. After posting 34 holds and limiting opposing hitters to a .179 batting average in 2011, the reliever is determined to make a transition to the starting rotation. The 26-year-old hasn't pitched in that role since 2007. That season, he struggled during his 22 starts between Single-A Greenville and High-A Lancaster...

David Ortiz Player Projection No. 109

Key Stats: Merry Christmas from all of us at Fantasy Baseball 365. David Ortiz was not on too many teams wish lists as an aging designated hitter, but neither was Rudolph as a reindeer with a different nose. This one trick reindeer has it down to a science. In the last three years Ortiz has averaged 29 home runs and 99 RBI. He is not showing signs of getting radically worse even...

The Man Who is the Reason for the Phillies Success: Ed Wade?! A Look Inside the Numbers

There’s no doubt that the Philadelphia Phillies are in an elite class of baseball teams today. There’s no doubt they were a special team when they won the World Series back in 2008. There’s no doubt that all of the success of this success is due to Pat Gillick and Ruben Amaro Jr., right? Both in their tenure made a few big additions by adding the likes of Brad Lidge, Roy Oswalt...

Thome's historic moonshot still resonates

Even months after his historic trot around the bases, reality is still sinking in for Jim Thome. That powerful swing, a slice through the night that spawned one of his signature shots to the opposite field, propelled the Pride of Peoria into an elite class of legends.

Quick Hits: Mets, Pirates, Red Sox, Astros

Here's a look at some items out of the AL and NL East.. The Mets worry MLB enough to be seen as a troubled franchise on a short tether, writes Richard Sandomir of the New York Times.  Mets officials declined to speak about the team's debt but Sandomir talks with to a number of people familiar with the Mets' financial situation including Howard Megdal.   A reader...

Happy new year?

It's been difficult to get jazzed over what will be different with the 2012 Red Sox since there have been so few...
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