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Sox Season Stopped by Sweep

Filed in Headline, Sports by on October 12, 2009 0 Comments
Sox Season Stopped by Sweep

Well, there you have it. With a stunning come from behind victory, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have ended the Red Sox season. Leading two games to none in the best of five series, the Angels entered Game 3 of the ALDS needing just one win in three games to advance. While the Sox […]

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Top 5 Reasons Red Sox Fans Should Keep The Faith

Filed in Sports by on October 11, 2009 3 Comments
Top 5 Reasons Red Sox Fans Should Keep The Faith

The Red Sox are currently playing an elimination game against the Los Angeles of Anaheim California, United States of America, Earth, Solar System, Milky Way Galaxy Angels. Up two runs in the top of the 9th inning, the Red Sox look to continue their season one game at a time. Such situations are not new […]

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Backs to the Wall: Red Sox One Game From Elimination

Filed in Headline, Sports by on October 10, 2009 1 Comment
Backs to the Wall: Red Sox One Game From Elimination

Down two games to none in the best of five Division Series, the Red Sox are one loss away from the being eliminated from the postseason. That’s the bad news. The good news is that the Red Sox have fared exceptionally well in recent years when backed into the same predicament. This includes the historic […]

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Two Days, Three Wins: Red Sox Sweep the Rays

Filed in Headline, Sports by on September 13, 2009 0 Comments
Two Days, Three Wins: Red Sox Sweep the Rays

In the past twenty-four hours, the Red Sox have won three games while increasing their AL wild card lead to a comfortable four games. The Rays have been nothing but a nuisance the past season and a half, the perpetual thorn in the side of the Red Sox (think last year’s ALCS.) Yet, with a […]

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Red Sox and Rays, Finally Under Way

Filed in Sports by on September 12, 2009 0 Comments
Red Sox and Rays, Finally Under Way

After one day and two hours of rain delays, the much anticipated series between the Red Sox and Tampa Bay Rays is finally getting underway beneath the lights at Fenway. After a monsoon rained out the game last night—a makeup is scheduled for Sunday afternoon as the first installment of a doubleheader—and a full day […]

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Schilling Throws a Curve: Former Sox Pitcher Mulls Senate Bid

Filed in Featured, Headline, Politics by on September 6, 2009 1 Comment
Schilling Throws a Curve: Former Sox Pitcher Mulls Senate Bid

Rumors are flying like fastballs now: Curt Schilling may toss his cap into what could be a crowded race for the Senate seat vacated by the late Ted Kennedy. Almost immediately after the announcement of Kennedy’s death, speculation abounded—the New York Times even ran a front page article alongside Kennedy’s obituary pondering possible contenders. Schilling […]

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Not a Typical Day at Work: My Experience at the State House the Day Ted Kennedy Died

Filed in Headline, Local Events, Local News, Politics by on August 26, 2009 1 Comment
Not a Typical Day at Work: My Experience at the State House the Day Ted Kennedy Died

7:40AM – After waking up only a half hour earlier, I received a text message (in true contemporary fashion) reading, “Did you hear about Ted Kennedy?” I promptly turned on the computer and TV in order to find out what happened. Although I knew once I read the message that Ted Kennedy had died, these […]

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Smoltz Unwittingly Tipped Pitches While with Red Sox

Filed in Sports by on August 25, 2009 0 Comments
Smoltz Unwittingly Tipped Pitches While with Red Sox

In his first start since being acquired by the St. Louis Cardinals, John Smoltz looked, surprisingly, like his old self. The esteemed pitcher, whose season began with a long rehab stint and a string of terrible starts for the Boston Red Sox—he posted an ERA of 8.33 through 9 games, including a soul-crushing performance to […]

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