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Reggie Jackson on David Ortiz being new Mr. October: ‘Don’t say nothing silly now’
yahoo.com Updated Nov 3, 2013
Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz rewrote the history books and left an indelible mark on the postseason with several clutch hits and memorable moments. But those itching to call Ortiz the new "Mr. October" might want to pump the breaks accor…Upvote Share Tweet
All Of The Red Sox Were Awesome Yesterdaydeadspin.com Updated Nov 3, 2013Napoli barhops, Victorino grocery shops, and Buccholz goes to DelFriscos, dressed like your 7th grade boyfriend. pic.twitter.com/NUqucGFTlz— Megan Johnson (@megansarahj) November 3, 2013Read more...Upvote Share Tweet
Mike Napoli Had A Wild, Drunken, Shirtless Saturdaydeadspin.com Updated Nov 3, 2013A priceless photo of a shirtless Mike Napoli smoking a butt and roaming the streets of Boston surfaced Saturday night, but how did he get to that state? Here's a crude timeline, starting after the Red Sox championship parade ended.Read more...Upvote Share Tweet
If Red Sox can go from worst-to-first, Yankees can figure out quick turnaround toonydailynews.com Updated Nov 3, 2013The Yankees now begin to see if they can go from being a wounded 85-win team, one not making the playoffs for what feels like the second time in a hundred years, to winning another World Series. They try to do this as people obsess about a $189 million …Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Updated Nov 3, 2013Jake Peavy must have really enjoyed his ride in the Red Sox World Series parade.Upvote Share Tweet
Don Banks: Jets continue remarkable run in win over Saints; more Week 9 Sn…Nov 3Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a Week 9 full of surprises and entertaining close games. ...
Daily Dime: Westbrook returns for OKCNov 3Russell Westbrook returned in strong fashion from recent knee surgery
Clayton's Last Call: Offenses find a wayNov 3A recent rash of injuries at receiver didn't slow offenses, writes John Clayton. Plus, the Panthers' rise; the Steelers' fall and more.