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The arrogant approach the Sox took in the spring has resulted in a lost season for a team that had legitimate chance to repeat

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer “Turn out the lights, the party’s over.” – Willie Nelson When it comes to the 2019 Boston Red Sox, the party never really began as they lollygagged into the pathetic excuse for a World Series title defense that has been this lost season. The warning signs pointing towards the disaster that has been the first four months-plus of the slog through...
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The salary tax and Dombrowski’s spotted history building a pen are the reasons that the Sox rapidly closing Series winning window is slamming shut

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer Prior to the two-game series in London against the Red Sox ancient rival Yankees that saw Boston and it pathetic excuse for a bullpen get pants by the pinstripes on Saturday and Sunday – granted game one starter Rick Porcello, who almost undoubtedly now will be moved at the trade deadline later this month, sucked as well – principle...
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Can Porcello close out the Yankees in the Bronx tonight

By Kevin Harriman BSD Publisher I'll admit it. I was a non-believer heading into Game-3 following the mess that David Price created in Game-2 and the amount of innings heaped upon the bullpen in Game-1. But this Red  Sox team is resilient and showed me that they have grown a pair. A year ago, this team would have...
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