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    September 6, 2013: Baseball de World’s
    Charity Blogathon Slated For September 20 and 21.

    Fellow BBA‘er  Eric from Baseball de World will be holding a charity Blogathon on Friday September 20th at 7:00pm, to Saturday September 21st at 7:00pm. Blogging live from Seoul, South Korea, he plans on posting a new entry every 30 minutes for 24 hours. And here is his challenge: None of the posts will be […]

    Red Sox 2, Royals 4,
    Red Sox 4, Royals 5:
    Ditching the Doubleheader

    Well, THAT could have gone better… And, frankly, it was only because Daniel Nava (who is leading the Sox hitting .326–Yeah, go back and read that again) jacked a 3-run shot in the 8th inning on Saturday that they won that game. The KC Royals are a much better team this year–and they snapped the […]

    Post #1301: Red Sox 6, Cleveland 3:
    Lots and LOTS of Red Dots…

    Shameless Plug: Join me tonight at 9:10pm, EST, as I sit down with Dave Mitchell of BBA Baseball Talk to talk chat Boston, the Red Sox, and Boston Red Thoughts. The show is broadcast on Ultimate Sports Talk and you can find it here. Then, just click on “Listen Live” and you’re all set. Hope […]

    Red Sox 5, Tampa Bay 0:
    The Emergence of the Aces–as in PLURAL?

    On behalf of Boston Red Thoughts, our thoughts and prayers go out to those impacted by the explosions during today’s Boston Marathon. After Josh Beckett was traded to the Dodgers, the discussion began as to whether or not the Sox had a legitimate ace in Jon Lester. After all, prior to the meltdown in the […]

    April 1, 2013:
    Happy Opening Day!

    And, despite the fact that it’s April Fools, it’s no joke. Major League Baseball actually started for some lucky folks last night, and the Nation gets their turn today at 1:05 when the Sox and the Skanks face off in New York for the first of their 19 meetings in the 2013 Campaign… And in […]

    February 21, 2013:
    Spare me the Fish Analogies…

    Right after I use one… Apparently, we now have a fish of our own (although I would rather the Trout variety…), as the Sox have acquired Mariners 1st baseman/outfielder Mike Carp for either cash or a PTBNL. Unfortunately, he is one of THOSE–LOTS Of promise, but injuries have prevented him from reaching his “true potential”.  […]

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