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October 17, 2011
Isn't it ironic that the Red Sox spent $161 million building a team around the concept of sabermetrics, yet G.M. Theo Epstein and manager Terry Francona blame Boston's epic collapse not on statistics but on the lack...
October 17, 2011 | ALBERT CHEN
A funny thing happened while the glamour teams on the coasts were making World Series plans: The postseason was hijacked by the game's middle class, of which one member is poised to become the game's next superpower
October 17, 2011 | PHIL TAYLOR
When Albert Pujols complained about the late-afternoon starting time of Game 3 of the Cardinals' NL Division Series against the Phillies, he implied that the Cards had been relegated to battling the difficult mixture...
October 10, 2011 | Ben Reiter
A historic collapse led to a quick parting of the Red Sox and longtime manager Terry Francona
September 26, 2011 | TOM VERDUCCI
Eight years after it forever shifted baseball's tectonic plates, Moneyball is a Brad Pitt movie, but its ethos has changed. Intellectual firepower is mandatory, but no guarantee of success now that the game's...