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Sale quickly approaching Pedro as must watch pitchers for the Red Sox

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer From the day he made his first start at Fenway Park on April 11th in 1998, Pedro Martinez was appointment viewing for Red Sox fans.  Sox fans across New England could tell you off the top of their heads when the dominant Dominican’s next turn was in the rotation on any given day.  And if you needed a bathroom break...
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New leadership – both on and off the field – have made the Red Sox fun to watch again

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer Four months into his first full season at the helm of the Boston Red Sox and rookie manager Alex Cora has made the team that calls Fenway Park home fun again.  His laid-back persona and smiling demeanor during almost all of his press conferences – few wouldn’t be beaming most days if they were skippering the best team in baseball...
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To the delight of the Pinkhats, the Pats pandering by the local press begins this week

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer Much like Sir Winston Churchill described in his speech at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri on March 5, 1946, an Iron Curtain will descend upon the Boston sports media this Thursday when the Patriots report for training camp in Foxboro.  Only those in the media who are willing to commit career suicide in the five and a half region...
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Despite the Sox pounding teams into submission during the first half of the season, pitching remains a problem if they want to go far in the playoffs

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer Sitting at a Major League Baseball’s best 68-30 record entering the so-called second half of the regular season, it would be hard to argue that things could have gone any better  - record-wise, at least - for the Boston Red Sox through the first four months of the 2018 season.  Team president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski’s big catch –...
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