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Jackie Bradley Jr. wasn’t expected to really arrive on the scene in Fenway until 2014 at the earliest. However, after a 10-for-20 start in the Grapefruit League, the 22-year-old outfielder is pushing the issue here in the present.
When Bradley says he wants to be both patient and impatient regarding his arrival with Boston, what that means is he knows his time will come if he continues to play well and trusts in his abilities. But it also means the onus is on him to play the kind of baseball that’s going to force the hand of Sox management — and he may very well be doing that this spring.
Check out the video above for Bradley’s chat with Jenny Dell about his hot spring and major league ambitions.
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New Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford continues to comment on his time with the Red Sox, saying "That media was the worst thing I've ever experienced in my life."
The Red Sox hoped David Ortiz would wake up today and pass his medical staff's running exam. While he did some light jogging, Ortiz mentioned that he still felt some pain associated with his lower leg. How did he feel?
I don’t think I can play like that.If it gets better and it doesn’t bother me that much, yes, I’ll probably be able to deal with it.
The next logical question...
Prepare yourself Red Sox Nation John Lackey has had a great start already this spring training. On Tuesday against the Puerto Rico team Lackey threw 3 shutout innings to start the game. He struck out 2 and only gave up 3 hits in his outing. Lackey is performing well seeing as this is his third start back from Tommy John surgery. When asked about the outing he said I felt really good...
Mike Carp is with the Red Sox, but his trade counterpart has yet to be named for the Mariners.
Now, it appears likely that Carp will end up having been traded for cash considerations, according to the Providence Journal’s Brian MacPherson. Additionally, Boston and Seattle are aiming to complete the trade by the end of March.
In the original deal, Carp was acquired by the Sox in...
Both Drake Britton and the Red Sox understand the severity of the left-hander’s recent DUI arrest. And while neither side has commented much on the matter, it’s obvious Britton feels a great deal of regret.
“I’m extremely remorseful,” Britton said. “It’s an internal matter that’s going on right now. I’m sorry for the negativity that I brought, but that’s about...
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While the Red Sox take care of business on the field it’s been hilarious to watch them off it. Here’s a video of the Red Sox having a little
fun with their photo day down in Fort Myers, and why not? It’s all about having a
relaxed, fun and interesting clubhouse culture or as some would say the “Anti-Bobby...
Ryan Westmoreland has reached the end of his baseball road, adding the latest chapter to one of the saddest stories in recent Red Sox history.
The former Sox prospect announced his retirement Wednesday in an email to several media members, according to the Providence Journal.
“With a clear mind and heart, as well as the unwavering support and friendship of my family, friends, agent...
Outfielder Ryan Westmoreland, a Rhode Island native once considered the top prospect in the Red Sox organization, announced his retirement from baseball on Wednesday.
Westmoreland, 22, has undergone two brain surgeries in the last three years (his most recent came last July) to correct a cavernous malformation.
In a pretty heartbreaking email sent to sent to several media outlets...
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) -- Mike Napoli hit a three-run homer for Boston, Clay Buchholz overcame leg soreness to pitch three scoreless innings and the Red Sox beat a split squad of Minnesota Twins 12-5 on Thursday.
Buchholz, who aggravated a hamstring muscle on the first day of spring training, struck out four with two hits and no walks in his second preseason start. Reliever Daniel...
The Red Sox’ bullpen is expected to be one of the team’s strengths this season, but don’t say the Sox have too many arms down there.
Craig Breslow, who arrived at spring training with weakness in his left shoulder, is likely to start the season on the disabled list, according to manager John Farrell.
Breslow recently started throwing on flat ground, but he hasn’t thrown off...
After taking a 2-0 lead in the Mayor's Cup yesterday, the Boston Red Sox will host the Minnesota Twins in game 3 of the cup tonight at JetBlue Park at Fenway South.
First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. and the game will be broadcast live on NESN in the Red Sox television market. If you live in the WEEI listening area, you can listen to the game there as well. Audio will...
After falling to Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday, the Boston Red Sox make the short trip across Ft. Myers for Game 2 of the Mayor's Cup. First pitch is scheduled for 1:05 p.m.
There is no television or radio for the game in the Boston area. However, if you have the MLB At-Bat app or GameDay audio, you can listen to the Twins radio broadcast.
Tom Borland, the MVP of the 1955 College World Series who later briefly pitched for the Boston Red Sox, has died. He was 80.
Oklahoma State said Borland died during the weekend.
Borland was a left-handed pitcher at Oklahoma A&M, now known as Oklahoma State, during its College World Series appearances in 1954 and 1955. He went 19-2 with 271 strikeouts at the school. He was 11...