John Farrell Is Toast, Who Are Candidates To Be The New Red Sox Manager

With the Red Sox eliminated from the playoffs after winning the AL East for the second time in two years, it was announced this morning that John Farrell will not be returning to manage the team. So now it’s...
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The last few years Red Sox fans in New England have been able to tell when Fall has arrived, not just by the appearance of the reds and yellows in the trees, but also by the cries of “Fire...
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Dave McCullough explains how Cubs manager Joe Maddon nearly became Chicago's Grady Little after a near collapse in Game Seven of the World Series.
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Dave McCullough explains why "Playoff Tito" is responsible for the Cleveland Indians sweeping the Boston Red Sox in their best-of-five series.
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Red Sox Skipper John Farrell from Hot Seat to AL Manager of the Year?

Dave McCullough wonders if Boston Red Sox skipper John Farrell can overcome the bias against him from his hometown fans to win the AL Manager of the Year Award?

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Brandon Magee goes over the things that John Farrell fails to grasp after the Red Sox lose another winnable game.

About the Other Night: John Farrell’s Decision to Pinch Hit Pedroia

The last few years have been rocky for the Boston Red Sox manager. From winning the World Series to a last place finish, followed by last season in which the team's general manager was replaced. It's no wonder why his decisions are...
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SoSH Glossary: Appeal Play

Baseball is filled with statistics, rules, and archaic terms that can often form what sounds like a foreign language. Sons of Sam Horn’s glossary provides a better understanding of these terms through straightforward definitions, clear explanations, and examples pulled straight...
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SoSH Glossary: Double Switch

Baseball is filled with statistics, rules, and archaic terms that can often form what sounds like a foreign language. Sons of Sam Horn’s glossary provides a better understanding of these terms through straightforward definitions, clear explanations, and examples pulled straight...
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SoSH Glossary: Game Under Protest

Baseball is filled with statistics, rules, and archaic terms that can often form what sounds like a foreign language. Sons of Sam Horn’s glossary provides a better understanding of these terms through straightforward definitions, clear explanations, and examples pulled straight...

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