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Texas Rangers, Beltre Looking Forward To A Big 2016

Adrian Beltre turned his only year in Boston into a retirement plan rivaling even the best Roth IRA. Signing a deal worth $96 million over 6 years, Beltre seems to be set monetarily for the rest of his career. But … Continue reading

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Carl Crawford To The Royals? Why Not?

Here’s a pretty in-depth look into what a team may be getting into if they choose to sign Carl Crawford to a long-term deal. The article is written from the standpoint of the Kansas City Royals but offers up a … Continue reading

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Here’s The Problem With Boston Fans

Now, I know what you’re thinking; How can anyone assume that there is only ONE problem with Boston fans. If I were to be more specific I guess I would re-title this post, The Main Problem With Boston Fans. But … Continue reading

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Once again Boston, this is why people hate you

“His decision to stay with the Tigers is downright idiotic.” “Why would Damon want to stay with the moribund Tigers when he had a chance to join the Red Sox for 5 1/2 weeks of stretch run fun.” “Why play … Continue reading

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A Couple Of Things We Should Have Seen Coming

Entering this year there were two players changing scenery that caught my eye; John Lackey to Boston and Vladimir Guerrero to Texas As a multiple year owner of John Lackey, I immediately placed him on my “Do Not Draft” list. … Continue reading

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How Randy Booth Gets Increased Hits On His Blog

We’re not the kind of people that are going to kick someone while they’re down. It’d be too easy to heap on anything about the Celtics’ loss to the Lakers. Plus, people might assume that we support the Lakers. I … Continue reading

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