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But How Will They Wear The Rings?

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But How Will They Wear The Rings?

Derek Jeter has a fist fulla rings.So too do Jorge Posada, Mariano Rivera, and Andy Pettite. Once again: each man, to himself, has a full hand-worth of rings. World Series rings. To put that in perspective, each player has won as many championships as all but five franchises—Cardinals, Dodgers, Athletics, Red Sox, and, of course, […]

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In Defense of Pedro: Debunking the Media’s Anti-Martinez Slander

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In Defense of Pedro: Debunking the Media’s Anti-Martinez Slander

Sports are inherently competitive, with teams battling back and forth to prove who is best. This competition, when inflated by fervency, manifests itself not only as a wish for one team to win, but also as a sadistic desire for the other to fail, to be humiliated, crushed, obliterated, maliciously pantsed in front of the […]

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Red Sux: Another Lost Series to those Damn Yankees

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Red Sux: Another Lost Series to those Damn Yankees

It’s almost September, and I’m starting to get worried. Another series against the Yankees concluded, and again the Red Sox have slipped in the standings. After dropping two of three, the Sox are now seven and a half games behind the Damn Yankees and clinging to a one game lead in the wild card. Things […]

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