Off Base ponders the alternate history of the 2011 Red Sox.
Can Tampa Bay Rays fans prove they want to keep their team?
Jim Caple revisits Ted Williams' last at-bat on its 50th anniversary.
Boston's Dustin Pedroia took the field in a cast and on crutches Wednesday, then took grounders on his knees. According to ESPNBoston.com, Pedroia told pitcher John Lackey that he was "polishing the machine." Does this seem like a bad idea to ...
John Isner and Nicolas Mahut evoke the 33-inning minor league game from 1981.
Can the Twins re-sign Joe Mauer? Will the Yankees or Red Sox swoop in? The drama's worthy of a Coen brothers movie.
Is Boston Red Sox great Jim Rice a guardian of baseball history or just a curmudgeon?
How will the news about David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez affect the screenplay for "Fever Pitch 2"?
Jim Caple takes in the blood, sweat and fur that is required to be an MLB mascot.
The Yankees are offering fans some bizarre season-ticket packages ... and they're not the only team doing so.
Jim Caple ranks America's 100 most important sports venues.
Jim Caple envisions Manny Ramirez's Hall of Fame plaque ... if teams had given in to Manny being Manny.
Jim Caple sorts through the mess in the Seattle sports scene to define the relationship between owner, city and fans.
With the Celtics following the success of the Red Sox and Patriots, Jim Caple wonders if this is the best year ever for one city.
Red Sox Nation is growing out of control, as Jim Caple discovered at Safeco Field in Seattle Wednesday night.
Watching a superstar like Johan Santana leave town is nothing new for Minnesota fans.