The Red Sox have been eliminated from postseason contention. An awful lot went wrong in 2015, yet their future still looks bright.
Owners have been snapping up Marcus Stroman, but he's not the only two-start pitcher worth claiming off waivers. Al Melchior offers some suggestions for your final week of pitching choices.
Tyler Duffey's posted big strikeout rates over his last two starts, and that should be enough to get Fantasy owners paying attention.
Longtime exec Dave Dombrowski, most recently of the Tigers, has joined the Red Sox as team president. Meanwhile, Ben Cherington has declined to continue as GM.
Owners won't lack for two-start alternatives in Week 17, but most will probably do more harm than good. Al Melchior makes a few recommendations to steer you through a daunting selection of options.
Clayton Kershaw is priced at a crazy $13,000 and worth every penny. So after adding in Carlos Correa and Jose Altuve, the search is on for bargain bats.
The All-Star game MVP picks up where he left off by sticking a dagger in Red Sox. The second half of the 2015 season began on Friday. Check out the action right here with Eye on MLB.
Boston lefty Wade Miley came up short in his bid for history on Friday night.
The red hot Angels have jumped over the ice cold Astros and own sole possession of first place in the AL West heading into the All-Star break. That story and more is in Sunday's edition of the Eye.
Deciding between Max Scherzer and Corey Kluber is fun to start, but the hitter options are rich, especially Dodgers bats against righty Chad Billingsley.

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