The Swellesley Report
Ex-Red Sox player Carl Crawford sells Wellesley home for $2.6M
Carl Crawford , the $140M former Red Sox outfielder now playing for the LA Dodgers, last month sold his 5, 235 sq.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Providence Journal
Do you know who is the highest-paid player on the Red Sox?
The answer, sorry to say, is John Lackey, who fell to 1-4 Tuesday night, when he failed to make it through the fifth inning in a 5-3 loss to the Rays.
Out of Left Field: Did the Dodgers Make Suckers of the Red Sox? by Matthew Kory
A narrative about last August's Red Sox and Dodgers trade has grown up, certainly in Boston and to a lesser extent in the national press.
Mon May 13, 2013
Ranking the Los Angeles Dodgers' position players
It has been a frustrating season for the Los Angeles Dodgers offense. Their first month and a half of the season wouldn't make a great roller coaster.
St. Petersburg Times
The Heater Rays' James Loney possesses a quiet determination
James Loney connects for a home run during the eighth inning of the Rays' 4-2 win over the Padres on Sunday.
Fri May 10, 2013
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
John Lackey throws it away for sagging Red Sox
A month ago, the Red Sox were being compared to the best and brightest Boston teams of the past.
Thu May 09, 2013
Adrian Gonzalez Injury: Updates on Dodgers Star's Neck
Currently on the ever popular day-to-day list. More bad news for the Dodgers, who are currently without outfielder Carl Crawford, shortstop Hanley Ramirez and starting pitchers Zack Greinke and Ted Lilly, just to name a few .
Wed May 08, 2013
Brennaman forgets signature call in walk-off excitement
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Fantasy baseball Injury Report: Hanrahan, Bailey and more
In fantasy, owners often look for signs to help make educated roster decisions -- we scour stat trends, look at numbers from seasons past, analyze the teams against which a player is pitching or hitting, and so on and so on.
Tue May 07, 2013
St. Petersburg Times
Happ injury makes result of Rays game irrelevant
Perhaps there is a perfect adjective, some sort of analogy, that would best describe it, but, really, the only way to put it is to tell you exactly what happened.
Red Sox put Joel Hanrahan on DL, call up Allen Webster, demote Felix Doubront to bullpen
And to add another arm to the pitching staff the Red Sox called up prospect Allen Webster, who made his MLB debut on April 21 with a Quality Start against the Royals before being optioned back to the minors.
Not What They Bargained For
B.J. Upton has struck out in almost one-third of his plate appearances in his first season for the Braves.
Mon May 06, 2013
Fenway Park dimensions can get in players' heads
The Red Sox's Carl Crawford made a catch on a ball hit by the Twins' Ryan Doumit near the Green Monster in Boston's Fenway Park last August.
Would Dumping Don Mattingly for Mike Scioscia Kick-Start the Dodgers in 2014?
It hasn't gotten ugly yet, but his partnership with the Angels is definitely trending in that direction.
Fri May 03, 2013
Anchorage Daily News
Mark McGwire says Dodgers to start hitting big any day now
Long drives home and sleepless nights have become a part of Mark McGwire's life now that the former home run champion is the Los Angeles Dodgers' hitting coach.
Baseball - Red Sox nation basking in a
Just a glimpse inside the dressing rooms of the Boston Red Sox and Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday was enough to tell how the early Major League Baseball season is going for the American League East rivals.
Thu May 02, 2013
Mangled in the Outfield: How the worst unit in the majors was built
The road to the current state of the Phillies' outfield began in December of 2010, when Jayson Werth signed a seven-year contract with the Washington Nationals.
Nick Punto Is Sliding Into The First Base Of Our Hearts
When the Dodgers made the blockbuster trade with the Boston Red Sox last summer, the center pieces of the trade was obviously Adrian Gonzalez , and Carl Crawford .
Wed May 01, 2013
MLB Offseason 'Winners' Find April Is the Cruelest Month
The first month of the 2013 MLB season is in the books and already serves as a stark reminder to those observers who get hypnotized by the most aggressive big spenders in the offseason.
True Blue LA
Dodgers April review: Offensively challenged
Will the return of Hanley Ramirez revive a Dodgers offense that was mostly dormant in April? Carl Crawford and Adrian Gonzalez could sure use some help.