They've been at each other's throats for well over a century, but the 2013 season could take the Dodgers-Giants rivalry to new levels.
Even a century later, Fenway Park is still a magical, wondrous place to watch a baseball game.
Many managers are afraid to speak their minds, but not Bobby Valentine. His mouth is already in midseason form. A look at what else the often blunt Boston skipper might say before Opening Day.
Dan Wheeler and David Price combined to throw four innings of relief to enable the Rays to pull even with the Red Sox at a game apiece in the ALCS.
Ken Griffey Jr. is receiving a hero's welcome in Seattle this weekend. Here are 12 other players from the past two decades equally as adored.
Before we start the paperwork to cannonize Theo Epstein, Jim Caple thinks we should all take a step back.
What are the Red Sox saying now about A-Rod? Why is Bonds out? And the latest on Anna Benson!
Who's the rightful owner of that World Series ball -- Doug Mientkiewicz, or the Red Sox? The Supreme Court weighs in.
Pedro Martinez isn't going to the Mets for the money -- he's going because they granted him these special requests.
It's almost beyond belief to think the Red Sox actually came back from a 3-0 deficit to defeat the Yankees.
The Red Sox finally exorcised their Yankee demon. All it took was the greatest comeback in baseball history.
After nearly three games (26 innings) in two nights, it seems the Red Sox and Yankees are just getting started.
Pedro Martinez tells Jim Caple that he has had to come to grips with his links to the Evil Empire.
So what does it feel like to hear a stadium crammed with Yankees fans chant "Who's Your Daddy?"? Apparently pretty darn good, writes Jim Caple.
The Red Sox announced Curt Schilling has a torn tendon. That means Pedro Martinez's Game 2 start just became even more important for Boston.
Their ace is hurting; their leadoff hitter's hitless; Pedro's got daddy issues. You could say Boston's in a hole.