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With Regard to 2015 Red Sox Lineup, Right is Wrong

Back in July, when the Red Sox traded both John Lackey and Jon Lester, improving their offense was an obvious priority. Much of the dialogue has since been focused on starting pitching, which is an obvious need, but the issues still run deeper. And at the moment, the biggest concern on offense is that the 2015 Red Sox look like the preferred choice of the Tea Party. The Summer of Boston's Baseball Discontent Summed Up In 14 Shakespeare Quotes (Alas, there is more!) Nine to Know: Red Sox Stats Pack: going nowhere edition

Absences of Torey Krug, Reilly Smith Not the Only Questions as Bruins Open Camp

Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli is facing a tough situation with training camp underway and young stars Torey Krug and Reilly Smith still unsigned, but the odds are in his favor deals will get done—eventually. With Questions Surrounding the Roster, Spooner Eyes His NHL Opportunity

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