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The decision for the Sox Dombrowski is a simple one, get the biggest bang for your buck by shopping Betts right now

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer With just over a week before Major League Baseball’s trade deadline, the Red Sox looked like roadkill on this sweltering Sunday in Baltimore, dropping their second game of a three-game series to the Orioles, who are battling the Detroit Tigers from the worst record in baseball by the score of 5-0. And the final score doesn’t come close indicating just how...
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For the struggling Sox, its time to get back to the future

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer To say that the Red Sox have taken an arrogant approach to defending their record-breaking 2018 World Series winning season might just be an understatement.  In fact, their 2-8 start to the season is only two losses away from matching the 2-10 start that the 2011 squad – the one that the Boston Herald labeled “the best team EVER” –...
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Mookie makes it clear, his love for Boston is bested by his love for money

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer When the news broke on Tuesday about Mike Trout’s extension with the Los Angeles Angels that resulted in him being paid the astronomical amount of $430 million over the next 12 years, many speculated that this unexpected signing would spurn Red Sox MVP right fielder extraordinaire Mookie Betts into coming to terms with Boston sooner rather than later on a...
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Clutch is one way to describe Cora’s club, best baseball team ever from Boston might just be another name that fits these Red Sox

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer There was a time in the not so distant past where your dedication as a Red Sox fan in Boston, was measured by your depth of misery and the level of angst you felt when your favorite team played in October.  No matter how deep the line up was or how good the pitching staff seemed – which, frankly, wasn’t...
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