What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

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    What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    http://www.overthemonster.com/  

    http://bleacherreport.com/mlb

    www.foxsports.com

    MLB News: Baseball Game Scores, Standings, and ... - USA Today

    http://mlb.mlb.com/index.jsp

     

    Obviously so many out there but the above links are the ones I tend to gravitate to. Hoping maybe some of you can introduce a new one to me. I for one love the overthemonster site and only discovered it yesterday, it links each team with a great host of articles so I can see what is going on outside of Boston.

     

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    If you like some crazy humor with your Red Sox, you have to check out Surviving Grady.

    Surviving Grady also has all the links to other Sox sites you'll ever need, and then some.

     

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    Surviving Grady â€” A Blog of Unhealthy Red Sox Obsession   www.survivinggrady.com/  

     

     

    Never heard of it before.... I shall look.

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    Over the past year I have used (besides ones you've already mentioned):

    CBSSports.com

    MLBTradeRumors.com (I check this one every day)

    SoxProspects.com

    Baseball-Reference.com

    baseballamerica.com

    rotoworld.com

    sportningnews.com

    and onionsportsnetwork.com

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    bosoxinjection.com is a good one

    I like Surviving Grady too Hfx, good stuff there.

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

     

    Baseball-Reference.com - Major League Baseball Statistics and ...   

     

    I do use this one a lot but for checking stats or history.... 

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    Fangraphs.com-Though it it obvious way more than the RS, you can still access all the RS records, and if you click on the player, it will have links to any articles they wrote that are related to the player.

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    In response to EnchiladaT's comment:

     

    Baseball-Reference.com - Major League Baseball Statistics and ...   

     

    I do use this one a lot but for checking stats or history.... 



    Oh yeah, Baseball-Reference is indispensable.  Amazing source of info.

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    this one is good for just Sox stats...not all, but some...

    http://www.redsoxstats.com/

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    i have widgets on my smartphone that automatically gathers red sox articles and compiles them in 1 place. if i'm on a computer i usually get info from boston.com and espn.com

    obviously during the hotstove season and around the trade deadline i practially live off of mlbtraderumors.com

    get all my stats from baseball-reference

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    BDC of course

    Here are a few of the other main ones I like. I think you can come up with pretty much anything using these sites.


    Baseball Reference -  http://www.baseball-reference.com/ - has a TON of data. Just browse around. It's crazy.

    Baseball Prospectus -  http://www.baseballprospectus....stics/sortable/ - great especially for SABR stats

    Fangraphs -  http://www.fangraphs.com/ - awesome, awesome site

    Hardball Times -  http://www.hardballtimes.com/main/stats/ - good stats glossary and articles.

    Cot's (for info on contracts, etc.) -  http://mlbcontracts.blogspot.com/
     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    MLBTR.com

    Seems to have the news first for every team.

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    Cot's Contracts is very good for payroll info.  However, one thing you have to keep in mind is that it shows actual payroll outlays for the year, not the 'Average Annual Value' amounts that are used for luxury tax calculations. 

     
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    www.mlb.sbnation.com - try that one if you are interested.

     

    Baseball Nation, Baseball News and Fan Opinion - SB Nation

     

     

     

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    Question for everyone:

    Do any of you pay to read a few sites such as ESPN insider?  

    I find it stupid that they would charge us.  

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    Read Hillbilly's post and my IQ went down 25 points, almost low enough to forget what I was going to write (btw, it wasn't the former CIA director who had texted shirtless pictures, but that is the least significant error in the post).

     

    Who was the regular poster here who left to start his own Red Sox site a couple of years back, does anyone remember?  For the life of me I cannot.  And does anyone visit his site?

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    In response to parhunter55's comment:

    Read Hillbilly's post and my IQ went down 25 points, almost low enough to forget what I was going to write (btw, it wasn't the former CIA director who had texted shirtless pictures, but that is the least significant error in the post).

     

    Who was the regular poster here who left to start his own Red Sox site a couple of years back, does anyone remember?  For the life of me I cannot.  And does anyone visit his site?



    Harball with softlaw. It was a great albeit short lived site.

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    No, it wasn't softlaw, or any of the iterations with "law" in it...at least, that is not the one I remember.

     
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    Re: What Web-Sites do you use to keep up on MLB and the Red Sox?

    Yes.  Thanks, pinstripe.  I did have the picture of Billy Beane in my head, but could not, for the life of me, remember his screen name. 

    Does anyone visit his web site?  Does he still have one?

     
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