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Junichi Tazawa was one of the few bright-spots for the Sox in 2012. Will he be able to keep up his performance next season and remain one of the elite relievers in baseball?
Today's links include stories on the Red Sox's infield, the way sports are covered in today's world, and the controversy surrounding Alex Rodriguez.
Today's links include stories on the team's search for frontline starting pitching, their overall depth, and a reliever who won't be returning in 2013.
Today's links include stories on another injury to the outfield, the Red Sox's pitching pipeline, and manager-umpire arguments.
Today's links include stories on the newly hired Pedro Martinez, Daniel Nava being Daniel Nava, and one more quick look at Terry Francona's new book.
Today's edition includes stories on the Red Sox's bullpen depth, the Mike Napoli signing, and Terry Francona's new book.
Today's edition includes stories on Anthony Ranaudo, the Red Sox's farm system as a whole, and a connection between the Lance Armstrong situation and baseball.
With the emergence of sabermetric ideals around baseball over recent years, the perceived value of a walk has risen substantially. Will Middlebrooks has not been great in this part of the game, but he still can provide great value without it.
Today's edition includes stories about the Michael Morse trade, and how it affects the Red Sox, Xander Bogaerts' push to the big leagues, and Terry Francona's upcoming book.
Today's edition includes a nice anecdote about Dustin Pedroia, a plan-B for first base, and Rubby De La Rosa's push to make the big-league roster.
Today's links include stories on the Red Sox's farm system, the Blue Jays chances next year, and one last look at the Hall of Fame.
Today's links look at the results of the Hall of Fame voting that was announced yesterday, and how they may affect the future of the world's most famous baseball museum.
The Red Sox's rotation has suffered its fair share of injuries over the past few seasons. If any of the starters go down early on this season, who will step into the role?
Today's links include stories on Joel Hanrahan's adjustment to Boston, a Hall of Fame ballot, and a look at the future of base-stealing.
Today's links include stories on the Red Sox rotation, some potential story lines in the 2013 season, and a proposed rule change to offset the current qualifying offer concerns.
Today's links include looks back at the 2012 season, as well as looks forward to next year. Additionally, we look some changes to the league's current compensatory pick rules in free agency.
The Red Sox have many question marks on their roster, but their relief corps looks like one with a lot of potential. How far can they carry this team?
Today's links look back at the year that was, as well as ahead to the coming year. There is also some analysis of the Hall of Fame ballot, and a look at lineup protection.
Today's links include stories on Stephen Drew, the Mike Napoli situation, and more discussion on the Hall of Fame ballot.
While Felix Doubront is an intriguing young pitcher, he didn't have great results last year. Will he be able to make the proper adjustments to take the next step in 2013?
Today's links include more analysis of the still-undecided Joel Hanrahan trade, some discussion of this year's Hall of Fame ballot, and a look at some of the best Red Sox stories of the year.
Today's links include stories on the Joel Hanrahan trade, the team's possible bench next season, and a shift in the league's perspective on free agent pitchers.
John Lackey hasn't had a great tenure with the Red Sox thus far by any measure. Being set to return after missing all of 2012 due to Tommy John Surgery, can he get back to being an effective starter?
Today's links include stories on the Ryan Dempster signing, the Mike Napoli negotiations, and a projection for the AL East.
Today's links include stories on the Stephen Drew signing, the Red Sox's payroll situation, and a potential move for Andre Ethier.
The Blue Jays have been mired in mediocrity for quite some time. With the division as weak as it's been in years, and their players reaching or in the middle of their prime, they've struck deals that should propel them into contention.
Today's links include stories on the Ryan Dempster signing, the Sox's offseason strategy, and the potential R.A. Dickey trade.
Today's links include stories on Jacoby Ellsbury, the Red Sox's search for starting pitching, and a case for Barry Bonds being the game's greatest ever.
Back in August, the Red Sox and Dodgers made one of the biggest trades in baseball history. Now, Boston should be trying to make another deal with Los Angeles for their excess pitching.
Today, we look at the Rays-Royals mega-deal, the landscape of free agency in baseball, and Koji Uehara.