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New York Post Sep 2, 2017
‘It’s a joke honestly’: Benintendi at home at Yankee Stadium

‘It’s a joke honestly’: Benintendi at home at Yankee Stadium

David Ortiz retired, but the Red Sox may have found a new weapon with which to torment their AL East rivals. Rookie outfielder Andrew Benintendi continued to make himself at home at the Stadium on Friday night, blasting his fifth home run in The Bronx this year to help the Red Sox even the best-of-four...
Fenway Nation Aug 30, 2017
A Two-Decade Old Trade That Was Helpful To The Red Sox

A Two-Decade Old Trade That Was Helpful To The Red Sox

Twenty-one years ago yesterday (August 29, 1996), the Seattle Mariners made a really bade trade. They sent a young member of their Single A Wisconsin Timer Rattlers—a  20-year-old first-baseman named David Arias—to the Minnesota Twins for Dave Hollins. Hollins ended up playing 28 games for Seattle in 1996. A guy on the other side of the Rattlers' diamond—named Alex Rodriguez—stayed in the Mariners system (for a while, anyway). Sometime during his stay in Twins minor league system, Arias changed his name to David Ortiz. The Twinkies eventually released him, Pedro Martinez made a call...
Sports Mockery Aug 24, 2017
Predicting The 2020 Chicago White Sox Lineup

Predicting The 2020 Chicago White Sox Lineup

The White Sox have the number one farm system in baseball. So how will the team look when all of their top prospects are in the MLB?
Fenway Nation Aug 23, 2017
Our Choice For Re-Named Yawkey Way: Williams Way

Our Choice For Re-Named Yawkey Way: Williams Way

The change will happen. Bank on it. So, if we are to re-name the street our franchise sits on, it should be for the most influential player in its history. Of course, there are many deserving candidates for that title: Cy Young, Babe Ruth, Bobby Doerr, Pedro Martinez, Carl Yastrzemski, Carlton Fisk, Jim Rice, Roger Clemens, Jimmy Foxx, Nomar Garciaparra, Manny Ramirez, Fred Lynn, Mo Vaughn, David Ortiz—just to name a few. But towering above all those greats is the incomparable Ted Williams. When 'The Kid' was a rookie for the Red Sox in 1939, he "only" hit .327 with 31 HRs and 145 RBIs....

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