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The case for and against the White Sox design by Andrew Vaughn

"Who should the White Sox draw in the first round?" Many have asked me this question in the last month, and it's hard for me to decide. The obvious answer is Oregon State Catcher Adley Rutschman, who in my opinion is by far the best perspective in this design class. However, the White Sox have voted # 3, and I …

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Yankees solve Chris Sale to bury Red Sox deeper in AL East

Aaron Boone's penchant for focusing on the task at hand is so great that he might as well wear blinder. Ask the manager of the Yankees a question what awaits his club in the future, and he forwards the answer to the question that day's task. Even though it was on the last day of May and four months left …

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Mike Shawaryn of N.J. makes his MLB debut for Red Sox at Yankee Stadium | 8 things you should know about rookie right-handers

This is a good week for baseball players from the State of New Jersey. Devin Smeltzer, born in Voorhees, celebrated his debut in the Premier League on Tuesday and pitched six innings for the Minnesota Twins. Another South Jersey Mike Shawaryn from Carneys Point hopes to get his chance this weekend after joining the Boston Red Sox active duty roster. …

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Yankees, Red Sox series opener moved due to rain | What it means

NEW YORK – The Yankees were training against the Boston Red Sox at 4:50 pm on Thursday when PR official Rob Morse made a very startling announcement on the pressbox microphone: Today's game is being postponed. More details will follow. Yankees sign cards 1/3 to season | Good marks for Domingo Germans, Gary Sanchez, Aaron Boone Here are scores for …

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Red Sox Bullpen with new questions

It's easy to overreact to bullpen implosions, especially if they cost a team a seemingly surefire edge. The collapse of Fenway last night not only cost the Red Sox a win, but also played some of the biggest fears of the season. Alex Speier of the Boston Globe writes that the collapse against a lukewarm Indian occupation garbled performances of …

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Carlos Correa lifts Astros to walkoff win over Red Sox

Updated by Chandler Rome Houston Chronicle                      10:58 pm CDT, Saturday, May 25, 2019          Houston Astros' Carlos Correa (1) celebrating after hitting the Boston Red Sox during the ninth inning of a baseball game Saturday, May 25, 2019, in Houston. The Astros won 4-3. Houston Astros' Carlos Correa (1) celebrates after hitting the game-winning single against the Boston Red …

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When E's add up, it spells doom for Red Sox

For Cora, Who was the bench coach of the Astros before going to the Sox, it was a night just now as soon as forget. The Sox, who prefers to be prepared, played in a haze. "It was a weird one," Cora said. "If we played better defense we had a chance." The flubs started early. Josh Reddick grounded to …

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