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Breaking News: Boston Sox Journalism to be Replaced By a New Revolution in Sports' Journalism

Posted by DJ Rallo on February 17, 2010 at 1:05 PM Comments comments (0)

As of today, Boston Sox Journalism will be shut down.

The reason for this. Why would I shut down a site with fantastic numbers in only two months of existence? Simple answer: Boston Sox Journalism is moving to a new server and covering all major New England Sports!

That is correct. BSJ will be going down for a new site known as Beantown Sports Observer. It will offically launch on March 8th,...

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Site Update: Boston Sox Journalism on Twitter and MySpace + More

Posted by DJ Rallo on February 12, 2010 at 6:38 PM Comments comments (0)

MySpace and Twitter Added

Well with Boston Sox Journalism taking many steps forward in two months of existence, I am very proud to announce that BSJ will now be on both Twitter and MySpace to go with it's initial Facebook page that needs some tuning up. Numbers have been inc...

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Nomar Garciaparra: Time to Face the Music and Retire

Posted by Anthony Emerson on February 11, 2010 at 3:03 PM Comments comments (0)

Nomar, likely doing something on the field as a result of steroids | Photo ctsy:

I remember, when I was eight-years-old, all I wanted to be when I grew up was Nomar Garciaparra. 

At that point, who wouldn't? Nomar was the toast of Boston, the man who was sure to lead the Red Sox to many World Series titles, an...

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Know You're Role: How Will Victor Martinez Handle A Full Time Roll

Posted by DJ Rallo on February 8, 2010 at 6:30 PM Comments comments (0)

With Spring Training coming upon us, I will be daily adding one or twomain discussion topics about the Boston Red Sox and their 2010 season.I will be analyzing the hottest topics and expressing my opinions as towhy I feel a certain way about something. Today, I ask whether or not Victor Martinez will be able to handle the full time catcher position.


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Carl Yastrzemski: A Baseball Icon

Posted by DJ Rallo on February 6, 2010 at 5:36 PM Comments comments (4)

Carl Yastrzemski left his mark in baseball asone of the elite hitters of his generation. The eighteen-time All-Starbecame one of the greatest of all the Red Sox despite having to fill the shoes of one of the greatest in history, Ted Williams, in left field.

Yaz may not have been Ted Williams, but ...

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