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The “Following up and Sitting Down” Edition

Jerry Ballgame updates us on the Sox’ playoff hopes and the Pats’ preparation for 2016.

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The “Pitching In” Edition

As we get closer to the playoffs, Jerry Ballgame breaks down the Red Sox pitching situation.

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What to Do About Luis Severino

The NWO might be in full effect for the Yankees, but not all of its members are performing to expected levels.

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The NWO Has Arrived

Gary Sanchez, Tyler Austin and Aaron Judge–The New World Order of Yankees Baseball–have arrived. Boy, it’s been fun.

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AROD’s Most Memorable: One Last Time

Alex Rodriguez ended his Yankees career last night. As you knew he would, he provided one last great moment.

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Alex Rodriguez Should Play Somewhere Else

The Yankees haven’t been all that nice to Alex Rodriguez since they announced that they were ending his Yankees career. He should go chase 700 elsewhere.

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AROD’s Most Memorable: Not Once, Not Twice, but Thrice!

Being that AROD will soon be leaving us forever, let’s take a look back at another of his most memorable moments.

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The Charrúa Report: A-Rod Edition

This week, on a very special Charrúa Report, El Bolso weighs in on how Joe Girardi has handled himself during Alex Rodriguez’s final week in pinstripes.

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Brian D: Favorite AROD Moments

In the spirit of AROD week, Let’s continue celebrating Alex Rodriguez’s historic career, as we approach his final game this coming Friday night.

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The “One More Back to the Future” Edition

Jerry Ballgame weighs in on what might have happened if Alex Rodriguez and Mark Teixeira had been Red Sox, and what the future might hold for Andrew Benintendi.

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