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Jen Royle

  • joined Jun 26, 2012
  • last login Sep 30, 2012
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Insensitivity is a social epidemic

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In the case of Torrey Smith, who lost his brother in a tragic motorcycle accident hours before last Sunday's game against the Patriots, insensitivity is running rampant, as shown by a disrespectful...

Baltimore Orioles, Oakland Athletics Have Found The Recipe For Success

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Don't look now, but the Baltimore Orioles and Oakland Athletics are in prime position to take the two American League Wild Card spots while your Boston Red Sox, Tampa Bay Rays and Detroit Tigers...

Rebuilding The Red Sox: How To Replace Gonzalez, Beckett And Crawford

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Adrian Gonzalez, Josh Beckett and Carl Crawford are gone. That's the good news. Unfortunately, their production (yes, believe it or not, some of them did produce) needs to be replaced. How should...

Plugging Up The Sinking Ship: Can The Red Sox Be Fixed For 2013?

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This season hasn't exactly been the greatest for the Red Sox. OK, it has been a downright disaster and one of the worst seasons for any Boston sports team in history. Next season will come...

Top Ten Ways To Take Your Mind Off The 2012 Boston Red Sox

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The 2012 version of the Boston Red Sox can be labeled many different things, but enjoyable isn't one of them. Honestly, they're pretty maddening. With that in mind, Jen Royle presents her top ten...

John Lackey 'Double-Fisting' Beers Isn't An Issue, But Last September Is

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John Lackey was "caught" double-fisting beers in the Red Sox' clubhouse after a road game against the Indians last week, which instantly blew up in his face. But did he do anything wrong, and can...

Learning More Than Baseball From Pedro Martinez

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Pedro Martinez carved out a special place in the hearts of Red Sox fans for his unforgettable performances on the baseball diamond, but there's more to Pedro than meets the eye. Jen Royle shares...

Chatting With Donte Stallworth: Pats' WR Talks Return To New England

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Donte Stallworth has had his ups and downs, but the one constant is his love of football and New England. Stallworth took time to speak with Jen Royle of SB Nation Boston about his return to the...

Still Breathing: Somehow, Someway, Boston Red Sox Still In Playoff Hunt

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Somehow, someway, the Boston Red Sox are still alive. Putting all of the bad attitudes, managerial complaints and underachieving on the field aside, the 2012 version of the Sox are still in...

Can Carl Crawford Mentally Survive With The Boston Red Sox?

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Not every athlete is cut out to play in Boston, and Carl Crawford just may be one of those players. Over a year into the Crawford experiment with the Red Sox, there have been plenty of questions...

Disrespectful Josh Beckett At Center Of Boston Red Sox' Attitude Era

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Josh Beckett has carved out a reputation as a disrespectful, self-centered and spoiled star athlete during his tenure with the Boston Red Sox. Jen Royle details her not-so-pleasant experience...

Enchanted No More: Boston Red Sox Have Lost Their Luster

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At one time, the Boston Red Sox were chock-full of inspiration and enchantment. Alas, those days are long gone, and the Red Sox of 2012 are a shell of their former selves. Jen Royle shares her...

Kevin Youkilis: The Man We Knew, Respected And Won't Forget

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Kevin Youkilis will be remembered for many things, like his wacky batting stance and trademark goatee, but above all else, Youk will be remembered for being a top tier competitor who put his team,...

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