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Why The Olympics Left Me Cold Sports

Why The Olympics Left Me Cold

By Carey Goldberg

I’m just missing the gene that allows me to derive meaning from sports, whether it’s Olympic figure skating, or even — dare I say it? — Red Sox baseball.

3 Things We Can Learn From The 2013 Red Sox Red Sox

3 Things We Can Learn From The 2013 Red Sox

By Thomas Kochan

The team’s worst to first transformation in a trying time might give us clues on how to rebuild the U.S. economy and democracy into something that again makes us stand tall and proud as one.

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From The Stands, A Lesson In Sportsmanship Red Sox

From The Stands, A Lesson In Sportsmanship

By Paul Reville

Watching the Sox finish off the Tigers to win the pennant was incredible. But even more memorable for me was something that happened in the stands, well after the game was over.

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Hey David Price, ‘Nerd’ Is Not An Insult Sports

Hey David Price, ‘Nerd’ Is Not An Insult

By Ethan Gilsdorf

After a poor performance in Saturday’s ALDS game 2 against the Red Sox, Rays pitcher David Price took to Twitter to bash his critics. There’s a few lessons here.

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5 Ways The Red Sox Can Win Us Back Red Sox

5 Ways The Red Sox Can Win Us Back

By Ethan Gilsdorf

After an abysmal 2012 season, management is trying to woo back beleaguered fans. But Ethan Gilsdorf says they’re gonna have to do better than discounted Fenway Franks. He has some ideas.

The Wrong Team Stayed Red Sox

The Wrong Team Stayed

By Thomas J. Whalen

When the Braves left Boston in 1953, the Red Sox became the only game in town. But commentator Thomas J. Whelan says the wrong team stayed.

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The Wrong Team Stayed Red Sox

The Wrong Team Stayed

By Thomas J. Whalen

When the Braves left Boston in 1953, the Red Sox became the only game in town. But commentator Thomas J. Whelan says the wrong team stayed.

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Boston Boy Sings ‘I Love New York’ Sports

Boston Boy Sings ‘I Love New York’

By Ed Siegel

If you enjoy great athletes performing at the top of their abilities and under clutch circumstances, Ed Siegel says, you have to love the Yankees.

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