After serving a 50-game suspension for his part in the Biogenesis scandal, Jhonny Peralta has a right to play in this year's postseason because that's what the rules state.
Before we condemn A-Rod, we should try to understand what drives (and what has always driven) players to performance-enhancers.
We've heard lots of news from the MLB winter meetings, but here are some ultra-secret scoops.
How will the news about David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez affect the screenplay for "Fever Pitch 2"?
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.
The Red Sox may make a trade before the deadline, but their biggest July move likely will be activating David Ortiz from the disabled list.
Daisuke Matsuzaka struggled mightily while pitching in his homeland of Japan, but the Red Sox recovered to defeat the A's in the regular-season opener.
Even when you finally shut down David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez, there are other batters who can make a pitcher want to break into a cold sweat.
The Red Sox have two things going for them: an off day and their ace in Game 5.
Cleveland's bullpen never flinched, while Boston's collapsed in a heap under the weight of a seven-run 11th inning.
C.C. Sabathia's postseason struggles continued into the ALCS, and the Indians will need Sabathia's best if they have any hope of overcoming the Red Sox.
The White Sox have the pitching to beat the Red Sox and win their first postseason series since 1917.
The Red Sox are a game away from sweeping the Cardinals. It can't be this easy? Jim Caple ponders.
On a cold, dreary night, it sure wasn't textbook baseball the Cardinals and Red Sox played in Game 2.
It's almost beyond belief to think the Red Sox actually came back from a 3-0 deficit to defeat the Yankees.
Their ace is hurting; their leadoff hitter's hitless; Pedro's got daddy issues. You could say Boston's in a hole.