No More Pitching

  A year after one of the Theo Epstein’s loudest off-seasons, Ben Cherington has little void left to fill on the roster. Talent-wise, that is. So the clubhouse fell apart after the worst September collapse in baseball history, and if it weren’t for the MLB deciding to add a second wildcard, we may not be …

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The Lackey Project

It has become an extremely apparent problem around The Nation: John Lackey lives up to his last name. The veteran right-hander who had clinched the World Series for his team in 2002 was signed with the Red Sox in 2009 for a whopping 82.5 million dollars. We all knew that was going overboard for someone …

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Worth Mentioning

With one of the most loyal fanbases in all of Major League Baseball and the second highest payroll of the 2011 season, the Boston Red Sox are obviously capable of signing big names for record setting money. The lack of salary cap in baseball means one of two things: You have the best scouts in …

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