It's safe to take that long winter's nap now. You're up to speed on baseball's next few months. (Or you will be, after you read Off Base's offseason predictions.)
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.
Winning Game 7 of the ALCS had seemed like a foregone conclusion for the Red Sox, but the Rays are the team heading to the World Series.
After losing two straight games, can the Rays recover in Game 7 against the Red Sox and avoid a nightmare of a finish to their season?
Suffering a rout at the hands of the Rays in Game 3, the Red Sox could very well be facing a team that is simply better than they are.
With Manny Ramirez, you have to take the good with the bad -- and his teammates know that.
The Red Sox have two things going for them: an off day and their ace in Game 5.
On a cold, dreary night, it sure wasn't textbook baseball the Cardinals and Red Sox played in Game 2.
After nearly three games (26 innings) in two nights, it seems the Red Sox and Yankees are just getting started.
This isn't the way the script is supposed to go. The Red Sox never, never, never wins games like Game 4.
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.
Their ace is hurting; their leadoff hitter's hitless; Pedro's got daddy issues. You could say Boston's in a hole.
Curt Schilling had no feeling in his ankle after Game 1, which puts the Red Sox in a ton of trouble, Jim Caple writes.
The Yankees and Red Sox have been on a collision course since last season, and they're finally ready for impact.
In his personal postseason to forget, Nomar Garciaparra's struggles are ongoing with no end in sight.
Fans went to see another Fenway fight Monday night, and a real playoff game broke out between the Sox and Yanks.