Quote of the Day

"I don't know if it will ever be matched, to turn something around that was so negative and so bad and so broken and they fixed it."
-- Red Sox COO Sam Kennedy, lauding the team's baseball operations department for winning the World Series one year after finishing last in the AL East. (BOSTON HERALD, 10/31)
Thursday October 31, 2013 Vol. 20 — No. 37 Print This Issue

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  • More Than A Feeling

    Four Red Sox regulars are eligible to become free agents this offseason

    The "Next Great Red Sox team isn't an organizational catch phrase or a distant vision" following last night's World Series clincher, according to Christopher Gasper of the BOSTON GLOBE. The "retooled Red Sox were really, really good, with gamers and grinders, chemistry and camaraderie." They also had "destiny in their dugout." The team joined the '91 Twins "as the only teams to go from worst in their division to World Series winners." They also "put 1918 to rest for good, becoming the first Red Sox team in 95 years to celebrate a World Series championship inside the baseball basilica in the Fens" ( BOSTON GLOBE, 10/31 ). In Boston, Dan Shaughnessy writes, "Nobody saw this coming." Red Sox manager John Farrell said, "I go back to our playe ...

  • Foreplay/Long Time

    Red Sox-Cardinals Game 6 clincher generates Fox a 12.5 overnight rating.

  • Feelin' Satisfied

    Cherington lauded for retooling Red Sox into champions.

  • Going Out On Top

    Kind words for Tim McCarver after his final World Series call.

  • Out Of The Woods?

    Chamblee resigns from Golf.com amid criticism over Tiger comments.

  • Royal Highness

    The NBA Kings celebrate new beginnings, as a boisterous sellout crowd offers signs of what the future may hold.

  • Up On The Roof

    Cubs to proceed with outfield signs despite tests showing obstructed rooftop views.

  • Coming Up Short

    Despite three teams ranked in college football's top 10, ACC attendance numbers are at their lowest in nearly 10 years.

  • Restaurant Takeover

    Derrick Rose helps pull Chicago pizza chain out of bankruptcy.

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