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    Red Sox 4, Pittsburgh 9:
    Uh oh…Deja Vu?

    So Josh Beckett, in his 2nd start since being beaned on the head by a stray ball during batting practice a couple of weeks ago (he only gave up 1 run on 4 hits in 3.2 innings of work in his 1st outing against Houston) was cruising for his 1st 4 innings of work, only […]

    January 14, 2011:
    About a Month…

    With all the crazy weather goings on in the last 2 weeks or so (including the 30+ inches Boston got hit with just this week), its hard to believe that there will actually be the stirrings of baseball happening in a little less than a month… Yep, pitchers and catchers and various injured players can […]

    Product Review:
    Fathead, Jr

    Just about everyone has seen the life-size pictures of their favorite sports icons, brought to you by Fathead, but, like me, you have probably never seen them in person. I recently had the chance to get up close and personal with my very own Fathead. John from Fathead/Smile.ly contacted me and asked me if I […]

    Product Review:
    Out of the Park Baseball 11

    A couple of weeks ago, the award-winning Out of The Park Developments contacted the BBA, to see if any of us would be interested in reviewing a copy of the latest and greatest version of Out of The Park Baseball–Version 11. So I signed up, and downloaded my copy over the weekend. We were asked […]

    Enjoy Betting on EBay?
    Do it for a good cause!

    Through Monday, August 24, The WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon is holding the 2009 All-Star Online Auction, a great opportunity to bid on sixteen once in a life time experiences and items, while also supporting the lifesaving mission of the Jimmy Fund, which is raising critical funds for pediatric and adult cancer research and care at […]

    Red Sox 8, Oakland 2:
    Holy Buckets! An Actual WIN???

    And what makes a win every better? When one of the most standup Red Sox players EVER, flirts with history. Tim Wakefield, whom the team DESPERATELY needed to go the distance, after the bullpen had to pitch 10 2/3 innings the day before in the Daisuke Massacre, did so–and even took a no no into […]

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