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Finding Love For The Game

I didn’t start life as a baseball fan. My grandfather loves baseball. I love my grandfather but I did not love baseball. Whenever he stopped by, he’d ask what sports I tried out for at school, hoping that baseball made the short list. I disappointed him each time, but he persisted. A baseball glove landed […]

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Karen Watches the 2013 World Series: From Worst to First, Boston Red Sox Clinch Third Championship in Ten Years

Stellar pitching. Solid defense. Clutch hitting. Chemistry. The will to win. These are things that baseball championship teams are made of. This is what made up the 2013 Boston Red Sox, and what turned them into the 2013 World Champion Boston Red Sox.

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Karen Watches the 2013 World Series: Another Wild Ending in Game 4 as Boston Ties the Series

For the second night in a row, it was not your typical ballgame.

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Karen Watches the 2013 World Series: Cardinals Tie Series With Come-From-Behind Rally and Game 2 Win

I guess the Red Sox sometimes make similar mistakes to the Cardinals. St. Louis tied the World Series by taking advantage of Red Sox errors.

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Karen Watches the 2013 World Series: Red Sox Turn Cardinals Into Feathers in Game 1 Rout

The Red Sox can hit, Jon Lester knows how to throw baseballs, Carlos Beltran creates miracles but must sacrifice himself, LOL Cardinals again and again and again

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Karen Watches the 2013 World Series: How to Tell Two Red Teams Apart—A Guide for the Casual Baseball Fan

The St. Louis Cardinals have 11, the Boston Red Sox have 7, but how else are they different? See how the 2013 World Series competitors stack up against each other. We’ll be bringing game recaps all throughout the week!

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The Hearts of Giants: Reflections of a Championship Baseball Team

How do you explain coming back from series deficits twice? How do you explain winning your do-or-die game through a manufactured run and an error? How do you explain getting pummeled by a guy almost twice your size at second base, only to see the next five games through to become a championship MVP? How […]

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