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Red Sox John Lackey To Get Tommy John Surgery, Out For 2012

One of new Red Sox GM Ben Cherington's first order of business was to announce that John Lackey would be out for the entire 2012 season as he is due to have Tommy John Surgery.

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Epstein Quits Red Sox, Officially Joins Cubs

For over a week we had been hearing that the Red Sox and Cubs were working on a deal to send Theo Epstein to Chicago.  Epstein got tired of waiting and officially resigned as Red Sox GM yesterday.

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Jon Lester Admits To Drinking Beer In Clubhouse

As if things weren't bad enough in the relationship between the Boston media and their beloved Red Sox, here's another chapter in the continuing saga. Red Sox starter Jon Lester admits to drinking beer in the clubhouse, but he says it has nothing to do with the team's September swoon.

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Red Sox Owner “Did Everything” To Keep Theo Epstein With Boston

This week  the Boston Red Sox lost a valuable asset in GM Theo Epstein when he made the move from Boston to Chicago.  Sox owner John Henry said he did everything that he could in order to keep Theo around.

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Jacoby Ellsbury
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Ellsbury, Berkman Earn MLB Comeback Player Honors

Early Thursday, the Major League Baseball offices announced that outfielders Lance Berkman and Jacoby Ellsbury received the Comeback Player of the Year Awards for their bounce-back 2011 seasons.

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David Ortiz Talks Free Agency & Yankees

This offseason Red Sox DH David Ortiz is a free agent. He has expressed his frustration with his current team, so what are his options going forward?

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Did the Boston Red Sox Collapse Because of Drinking and a Failed Marriage?

After their historic late-season collapse, the Boston Red Sox quickly let go of manager Terry Francona, while GM Theo Epstein is reportedly headed to the Windy City to take the same position with the Chicago Cubs.

Who’s to blame for the way the season unraveled for the Red Sox? A Boston Globe report sheds some light on the raucous atmosphere of the clubhouse that details drinking and video games on the part of the players, and personal distractions for Francona.

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Theo Epstein Leaving Boston For The Cubs

According to ESPN The Magainze's Buster Olney, Theo Epstein and the Chicago Cubs have agreed to a five-year, nearly $20 million deal for him to join the team.

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Bill Buckner’s Infamous 1986 World Series Ball Goes Up for Auction for $1 Million

Want to own a part of baseball history? The ball that went through Bill Buckner’s legs in game six of the 1986 world Series will hit eBay on October 15, and the auction will close 10 days later at the exact minute of the 25th anniversary of Buckner’s error.

Bidding starts at a cool $1 million.

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Terry Francona
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Terry Francona Wants To Manage Again

Terry Francona wants to manage an MLB club in 2012.

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Rays & Cardinals Play Their Way Into the Playoffs – Red Sox & Braves Out

People.  I've seen some crazy sports nights in my life.  But my sweet Lord.  Nothing was quite as crazy as what happened Wednesday night in the MLB.  After a 161 games of rather un-eventful baseball, Major League Baseball seemed to save up all the mind-boggling drama for one night.  The result?  The Red Sox and the Braves blow historic leads while the Rays and Cardinals sneak into the playoffs.  

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American League Wild Card Tied Up

The American League Wild Card is now officially up for grabs as the Boston Red Sox lost to the Orioles 6-3 while the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Yankees 5-2. With those two scores, the AL Wild Card is now an even race between the Red Sox and Rays as both teams are tied at 89-71 records. Additionally, the Los Angeles Angels are also still mathematically in the race two games behind both teams.

Find out who has the advantage to win the Wild Card.

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