Remembering David Ortiz’s two walk-offs in the 2004 ALCS

The MLB playoffs are about to start and eight teams have already punched their tickets to baseball’s big dance. The divisional series will be broadcast on FOX Sports 1, and to get you ready for October baseball we’re going to take a look back at some of the best moments in MLB playoff history over the next few days.

Remembering Curt Schilling’s Bloody Sock Game

The MLB playoffs are about to start and five teams have already punched their tickets to baseball’s big dance. The divisional series will be broadcast on FOX Sports 1, and to get you ready for October baseball we’re going to take a look back at some of the best moments in MLB playoff history over the next few days.

Four Boston Red Sox ejected against Tampa Bay Rays

Well, that was an interesting night. The Boston Red Sox and Tampa Bay Rays are developing quite a rivalry, and on Friday night things boiled over once again. The result? Several errant pitches, cleared benches and four members of the Red Sox ejected.

MLB Rumors: Los Angeles Dodgers having talks with multiple teams about Matt Kemp

Multiple reports have surfaced on Tuesday that suggest the Los Angeles Dodgers are moving towards trading All-Star outfielder Matt Kemp. Specifically the Dodgers have had talks with the Detroit Tigers, Seattle Mariners and Boston Red Sox in the past week.

Predictions for 2013 MLB postseason awards

The end of Daylight Savings Time, colder weather, and the conclusion of another World Series make early November a sad time for many baseball fans. Thankfully, the sport gives us one last treat by holding recognition for top players during the 11th month.

Jon Lester: Boston Red Sox pick up $13 million option on starting pitcher

In what was a mere formality, the Boston Red Sox have officially picked up the $13 million contract option they had on Jon Lester for the 2014 season. Lester bounced back from a dismal 2012 campaign to have an excellent 2013 season and was a rock for the Red Sox during their run to the 2013 World Series title.

David Ortiz ready to match Boston legends Tom Brady and Larry Bird

If the Boston Red Sox win the 2013 World Series, David Ortiz is almost a sure bet to be named the series’ MVP. And with good reason. So far in this year’s edition of the Fall Classic, the man known as Big Papi has 11 hits in 15 at bats for a ridiculous batting average of .733.

Ortiz has never been the World Series MVP before, but if he took home the award this season, along with bringing home his third World Series title, he’d certainly be mentioned among the all-time great athletes in Boston history.

2013 World Series: Who and what to root for?

Certainly, there won’t be low TV ratings in St. Louis or Boston for this year’s World Series. But it may be different nationally.
I don’t think many people throughout the country will have any kind of dog in this fight. I don’t feel like I have one, I’m just not compelled to see all of this series.

12 great championship rematches from American sports

There have been several recent championship rematches where there were significant players from both sides still playing. The Cardinals and Red Sox will soon become another one. Here is a look at some others.

Was the Dodgers-Red Sox series in August a World Series preview?

The Los Angeles Dodgers entered an August 23 Friday night affair with the Boston Red Sox having not lost a series in more than two and a half months. The Dodgers had won 46 out of 58 games coming in to the three-game series.

Subway Boys In The Hall: Hall Of Fame Hopefuls Athlete: Jake Peavy, P, Boston Red Sox

SUBWAY is celebrating The Boys In The Hall , examining certain players and their candidacy for the Hall of Fame. Peavy is this week’s candidate.

Winners and losers of the 2013 MLB trade deadline

While it might be too early to tell where some of this year’s deals rank all-time, some of the transactions that went down over the course of the past week are certainly going to pay dividends, one way or another, over the remainder of the regular season. Here are our winners and losers of the 2013 MLB trade deadline.

Report: Chicago White Sox trade Jake Peavy to Boston Red Sox

After declaring Jake Peavy untouchable on Monday, the Chicago White Sox have reportedly turned around and traded him to the Boston Red Sox.

MLB Rumors: Boston Red Sox, St. Louis Cardinals after Jake Peavy

Jake Peavy has an extensive injury history, but when he’s healthy and on his game the Chicago White Sox right-hander can shutdown opposing hitters. With the White Sox positioned as sellers this season, Peavy should be one of the pieces the team moves as baseball’s trade deadline approaches. And the two leading suitors for his services are starting to emerge.

What the Blue Jays-Marlins Mega Deal Means for the Rest of the American League East

While most discussion throughout the last couple days has focused on the Miami Marlins selling off nearly all of their assets and the re-loaded Blue Jays north of the border, there’s also a discussion to be had about what the reported massive trade means for Toronto’s competition, the American League East division.