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There will be a couple of more fresh faces in Red Sox camp when things get going this weekend and into next week. The team announced that it signed veteran pitcher Ross Ohlendorf and first baseman Mauro Gomez to minor league deals. Both received invites to spring training as non-roster members and will be placed on the Triple-A roster. The 29-year-old Ohlendorf spent much of the 2011 season on the disabled list, but he did make nine starts for the Pirates. He went 1-3 with an 8.15 ERA and a 1.94 WHIP over 38 2/3 innings. His best season came...
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Adrian Gonzalez and the Red Sox are just a little more than a week away from attempting to exorcise the demons brought about at the end of the 2011 season. That's an opportunity that Gonzalez is certainly looking forward to, especially given the way September went last season, with the Sox going 7-20, including a crushing defeat on the season's final night. "We owe it...
On Wednesday night, former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling was in Los Angeles to appear on Conan.
While I am sure he was there to promote his new video game "Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning", the two did talk mostly about baseball since Conan O'Brien grew up in Brookline, MA, the heart of Red Sox Nation. They even talked about the fried chicken and beergate incident...
One of the most beloved players in the history of the Red Sox has decided to call it quits today, but after 17 years in Boston, Tim Wakefield has left Boston fans with many memorable moments. Wakefield announced his retirement today after 19 seasons in the major leagues. The knuckleballer leaves behind a unique legacy that few players could ever hope to match. The durable, kind-hearted...
Kevin Youkilis' trade value, the state of the Red Sox rotation and information about brand new JetBlue Park in Fort Myers highlight Ian Browne's latest Red Sox Inbox.
All this week I'm celebrating five years of posting to Lady At The Bat by re-posting some of the more than 750 posts about the Yankees, Major League Baseball and, at times, my life as a Yankee fan. This walk down memory lane would not be complete without a little bit of Yankees vs Red Sox. The following is a post from August 1, 2008, about the end of Manny Ramirez's tenure...
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) -- Tim Wakefield is retiring after pitching the last 17 seasons for the Boston Red Sox.
Tim Wakefield is retiring after pitching the last 17 seasons for the Boston Red Sox. The 45-year-old knuckleballer planned to make the announcement at the team's spring training facility at a news conference Friday evening. After two seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates, the right-hander signed as a minor-league free agent in April 1995.
Manager Bobby Valentine believes left fielder Carl Crawford will miss “a few weeks’’ of the regular season as he recovers from surgery on his left wrist.
Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine said Wednesday he wouldn't be surprised if left fielder Carl Crawford missed the first few weeks of the regular season as he continues to recover from wrist surgery.
Carl Crawford is one of 12 players who need to dust themselves off