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Things sure didn’t go the way the Boston Red Sox would have hoped or planned for in 2012. Finishing last in the American League East and tied with the Miami Marlins for the 6th worst record in...
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John Lackey is attempting to cut some of his West Coast ties. Lackey is selling his Newport Beach mansion for just a shade under $10 million, according to Realtor.com. The 9,100-square-foot oceanfront compound includes a guest house and is listed with an asking price of $9,999,999. The righty bought the pad in 2010 for $8.4 million, just a few months after the signing a five-year...
The Boston Red Sox have some level of interest in a pair of
shortstops that are thought to be available, free agent Stephen Drew and
Asdrubal Cabrera of the Cleveland Indians, reports Nick Cafardo of the Boston
The Red Sox have been tied to several shortstops this
offseason, as it appears they are not confident crowing prospect Jose Iglesias
as their starting...
Spring training is just around the corner as the Boston Red Sox have released their 2013 Spring Training Schedule.
Here's the release:
The Boston Red Sox today announced their 2013 Spring Training schedule, which features 38 games, including 35 against Major League opponents. The Red Sox will host 20 games at their Spring Training home, JetBlue Park at Fenway South...
The Red Sox organization has been known in recent years for having great, homegrown talent, along with a minor league pipeline which flows freely to Boston. When Dustin Pedroia, Jacoby Ellsbury, Jon Lester and Clay Buchholz are developed from within, it’s impossible to blame fans for having that perception. However, my reality is the Red Sox prospects scouted in Greenville over...
What has become of Daisuke Matsuzaka? The once highly-touted Japanese import has struggled in recent years, posting a 5.53 earned run average since 2009. Due to this, the interest for him is extremely low.
However, don’t expect Matsuzaka to go unsigned this winter. While he is certainly a gamble, he’s worth the risk for teams with restricted payrolls.
With the MLB Rule 5 Draft just around the corner, the Boston Red Sox have added six players to their 40-man roster. To make room, they designated for assignment five players.
The six players added to the 40-man roster are: C Daniel Butler, OF Alex Hassan, RHP Alex Wilson RHP Steven Wright and C Christian Vazquez and RHP Allen Webster.
The five players designated for assignment...
New Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell continues to put together his coaching staff as Pawtucket Red Sox manager Arnie Beyeler has been named his first base coach.
It's a well deserved promotion for Beyeler who led the PawSox to the International League title in 2012.
Here's the release from the Red Sox:
BOSTON, MA—The Boston Red Sox today named Arnie Beyeler...
The Red Sox have been connected to just about every name on the free agent market in some way or another, but could they really be gearing up for a strong push at the market’s biggest name?
Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington isn’t afraid to admit the team’s interest in Josh Hamilton, going on XM Radio on Tuesday and saying that the team still has interest in the free-agent...
While the Red Sox continue to piece together their 2013 roster, we at least know what the club’s preseason slate looks like.
The Red Sox unveiled their spring training schedule on Monday, and the action will kick off with a doubleheader against Northeastern and Boston College on Feb. 21. Boston’s first Grapefruit League game will take place on Feb. 23, when the Sox host the Tampa...
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With baseball’s winter meetings still two weeks away, the Red Sox are well ahead of the glacial pace of last fall.
“We have a lot of work to do because we lost 93 games,” Cherington said “But there’s...
The MLB Network announced today that is has hired former NESN Red Sox reporter Heidi Watney. Watney spent 2008-2011 as NESN’s on-field reporter for Red Sox baseball. Most recently Watney covered the Los Angeles Galaxy for Time Warner Cable SportsNet in Los Angeles. Watney also worked as a sports anchor and host for KMPH-TV and KFIG-AM
Last summer, as Bobby V led the Red Sox through the AL East with all the grace and precision of a blind guy trying to parallel park a Greyhound bus on Mass Ave at rush hour during a meteor shower/missile attack, I knew that something was missing. No, it wasn’t charm or class or motivation [...]