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Signing Cuban Star Rusney Castillo Is Big Step in Returning Red Sox to Relevance

The Boston Red Sox continued their radical new approach to rebuilding on Saturday, announcing the signing of Cuban outfielder Rusney Castillo to a seven-year Major League Baseball contractreportedly worth $72.5 million

Now 25 Years into Lifetime Ban, Pete Rose Deserves Return to Baseball

Charlie Hustle, for 25 years now, has been waiting for a second chance that continues to outsprint him.

When is a lifetime ban long enough?

Orioles Need Bold Recourse to Contend Without Superstar Manny Machado

If misery loves company, the Los Angeles Angels just got company.

3 Reasons the Boston Red Sox Can Be Big September Spoilers

The Boston Red Sox's hopes for a return to October baseball may be long dashed by now, but they can still throw their weight around when it comes to affecting the eventual outcome of the American League playoff picture.

Cincinnati Reds: Unexplored Internal Options for Left Field in 2015

It's finally come to this, Cincinnati Reds fans. With virtually no hope remaining in what has been one of the more miserable, disappointing Reds seasons to date, we shift our focus to 2015. In Redsland, 2015 is all we have. Beyond that, very little is guaranteed. 

Anyone with even a fractional interest in this team understands where improvements need to be made.

Meet Rusney Castillo, the Boston Red Sox's New $72.5 Million Cuban Star

The Boston Red Sox landed outfielder Rusney Castillo on Friday with a record-setting contract for an international player from Cuba.

Rusney Castillo Signing Is Worth Risk for Boston Red Sox

In the midst of an extremely disappointing season, the Boston Red Sox are gambling on a better future with the signing of highly touted Cuban outfielder Rusney Castillo.

According to Gordon Edes of ESPNBoston.com, Castillo and the Red Sox have agreed to a seven-year deal, and he is expected to play for Boston during the current campaign:

How the Seattle Mariners Built Their Historically Good Bullpen

Just one season after finishing 31st in ERA, the Seattle Mariners’ bullpen has been one of the best in the majors in 2014.

San Francisco Giants: 8 Players Trying to Save Their Jobs for 2015

As the 2014 season begins to wind down, the San Francisco Giants are battling for a playoff berth. 

In the NL West, the Giants currently trail the Los Angeles Dodgers by 3.5 games but only two in the all-important loss column.

The Giants are also in the hunt for a wild-card spot, along with St. Louis, Atlanta and Pittsburgh

Toronto Blue Jays: 3 Players Trying to Save Their Jobs for 2015

The Toronto Blue Jays are in the midst of fighting for their playoff lives.

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