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  • Posted 12/18/2011 03:39:44 EST

    In Response to Re: Bard: I've got 'raw stuff' to start for Sox: In response to "Re: Bard: I've got 'raw stuff' to start for Sox": Ridiculous. Utterly ridiculous. Talking to reporters abut starting is more »

  • Posted 12/18/2011 10:15:54 EST

    And I'll add this. Talking with reporters about what he wants to do is not a good sign. Perhaps stirring up some trouble is a calculated move. He wants to pitch elsewhere. As someone just posted here, more »

  • Posted 12/18/2011 10:07:53 EST

    I think it's a very, very bad idea. If he's on innings limit he's hurting the BP both coming and going. If he's put into the rotation, what do the Sox do to keep him from becoming another failed Joba more »

  • Posted 12/14/2011 04:12:59 EST

    Be great if Aceves & Melencon, two Yankee cast-offs, become the anchors of the Sox bullpen. more »

  • Posted 12/04/2011 07:36:45 EST

    Is any or all of Lackey's salary covered by insurance? more »

  • Posted 10/29/2011 07:54:41 EDT

    Does anybody know if the Red Sox have insurance on Lackey? I assume they do. If so it is very convenient that he is out for a whole season. Just sayin'. The Sox can put the insurance $$$ to good payro more »

  • Posted 08/09/2011 07:51:01 EDT

    In Response to Re: 2012 Sox Payroll and Big Decisions: Being branded (BIG PAPI) he has added value for the Sox. Maybe even more to the Yankees. Perhaps they retaliate for Theo's offer to Mariano. ...T more »

  • Posted 08/08/2011 04:49:03 EDT

    In Response to Re: 2012 Sox Payroll and Big Decisions: I think you may be right on Papi at $12.5M, but he may get $20M/2 with incentive that could bring him over $12.5 per year... Posted by moonslav59 more »

  • Posted 07/31/2011 08:09:52 EDT

    In Response to Re: Red Sox deal for Harden falls through.: From SUNDAY,1:05am: Uncertainty after a review of Harden's medicals led the deal coming apart, tweets Speier. Posted by m more »

  • Posted 04/05/2011 07:52:56 EDT

    In Response to Re: Yankees Enter Their "Bridge Year,": "Carl Crawford? We can assume..." And you'd be wrong.  The Yankees never had more than a passing interest in Crawford.  Their only need going int more »

  • Posted 02/21/2011 08:21:48 EST

    Crawford has more playing time in LF than anyone on the Red Sox roster. more »

  • Posted 12/23/2010 07:34:26 EST

    Yes, thanks Peter. And ofcourse thanks Yvonne.Itgets easy to lose track ofthe fact that simple acts of connection and good will LIke pointing out this article, Pete)and kindness, sometimes just a smil more »

  • Posted 11/21/2010 09:25:16 EST

    If the Sox get Gonzalez, Lowrie is a likely part of deal. He's too good to play the super-sub role, which is what he would become for the Red Sox. And I don't think Scutaro is going anywhere. He's a q more »

  • Posted 11/03/2010 06:39:20 EDT

    tangotwo, I disagree. If thePads move Gonzalez, all it will take is a couple of high level prospects more or less. Same reason the Mariners moved Cliff Lee to Texas in July for one minor league prospe more »

  • Posted 11/03/2010 06:31:18 EDT

    The padres and Sox match up very well trade-wise, but after sifting thru all the comments, I don't think Gonzalez will end up here. Maybe in 2012, ifatall. The Padres will first do everything they can more »

  • Posted 11/03/2010 06:08:39 EDT

    Youk will be fine at3rd base for a long time. After all, isn't that where they shift aging SS's because it requires less range (that's one plan for Jeter down the road as A-Rod shifts to DH. more »

  • Posted 10/04/2010 07:02:15 EDT

    @LongballLarry I like your idea about David Wright. With a new GM and manager coming in, the will want to break up their core and go in a new direction. The Sox have the young talent to make it happen more »

  • Posted 10/04/2010 06:54:49 EDT

    I think it is plausable to consider AGon is in play. He's a FA after 2011 and the Padres WILL get talent for him rather than let him walk away. GM Jed Hoyer is a year away from the Sox so still apprec more »

  • Posted 08/23/2010 07:07:27 EDT

    Saying he wants to help the Tigers as part of his decision SHOWS HIS CLASS! Right now he is a Tiger. That's his team. He should want to help them any way he can. (Unlike Manny who was trashing up the more »

  • Posted 08/20/2010 11:32:17 EDT

    The comparison to Lowell's contract is interesting for those suggesting something like that for Beltre. First, if I remember right, Mikey took a lesser contract, 3 years instead of 4 from Phillies, to more »

  • Posted 12/27/2009 10:13:21 EST

    The most intriguing thing in this the thought of David Wright fitting with the Sox. Mets are in DESPARATE need of quality pitching.

    Bucholz for Wright straight up? more »

  • Posted 02/16/2009 05:51:13 EST

    also I-Rod, Ivan Rodriguez is on that list, I bet more »

  • Posted 02/14/2009 04:44:23 EST

    It doesn't take much to know what a lot of those names are. Start with those we already know: Clemens, McGuire, Sosa, Bonds, Giambi, Tejada, Palmeiro then add names implicated in the Mitchell Report ( more »

  • Posted 01/19/2009 04:11:25 EST

    I see CC as another Big Unit NY experiment. This isn't the NL Central playin the Buccos, Reds and Stros. He's not a good post season pitcher. He'll be gone in three years to the west coast or back to more »

  • Posted 01/18/2009 04:27:28 EST

    The rays are scary good. This new kid Price slots as #2 on the their already exceptional staff. They are the only team in the division where a year older is BETTER. They are hungry. They are fighters more »