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Bob Ryan

Bob Ryan is a retired columnist for the Globe’s Sports section whose work appears in the section semi-regularly. He has been writing for the Globe since 1968, covering all of Boston’s sports teams. Ryan is a regular panelist on ESPN’s Sunday morning roundtable, “The Sports Reporters.”

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Bob Ryan

Let’s face it, baseball really has three home run champs

By , Globe Correspondent

The only proper way to debate the matter is within the context of the time baseball’s best sluggers played.

Bob Ryan

Long before sabermetrics, there was Art Keefe, baseball statistician

By , Globe Correspondent

Keefe opened the Red Sox to a whole new world. He was in their employ from 1968 through 1972.

Bob Ryan

NFL players who say they would die on the football field are stupid, not brave

By , Globe Correspondent

Too bad the people who should have seen “Concussion” stayed away.

Bob Ryan

Dustin Pedroia may be second to none among Red Sox second basemen

By , Globe Correspondent

He’s already got more career doubles than Bobby Doerr and he will wind up scoring more runs.