What originally was a trip to see the Boston Red Sox at spring training turned into a totally different experience for the Woodburn family.Angie Woodburn was waiting in line with her kids Saturday at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, Fla., hoping to get some Red Sox players’ autographs when her 7-year-old Makenna spotted someone whose signature she really wanted. But it wasn’t a player...
It was 7:30 on Tuesday morning, and Dustin Pedroia was hollering with the enthusiasm he usually saves for after a Red Sox win. This time, his excitement was for Wilson Glove Day, the day when several Boston players got their new gloves from the noted glove manufacturer.
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MLB Network's latest ranking of the 'Top 100 Players Right Now' places Red Sox right-fielder Mookie Betts in the number eight spot overall. The only MLB players ahead of Mookie are: (7) Manny Machado, (6) Miguel Cabrera, (5) Jose Altuve, (4) Kris Bryant, (3) Josh Donaldson, (2) Clayton Kershaw, and (1) Mike Trout. After finishing a close second in last year's AL MVP voting...
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(Boston Globe Photo)As ESPN.com's Scott Lauber points out, it's been thirty months since Rusney Castillo played his first minor league game. And, the soon-to-be 30-year old Cuban is no closer to Fenway now than he was in 2014. So, it begs the question: 'Did the Red Sox blow $72.5 million on this dude?' There's pretty much no chance that Castillo breaks camp with the big club—so...
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Let’s start off by establishing that the “Who’s the Ace” conversation going around in Ft. Myers this spring is approximately 1,000x more tolerable now that our choices aren’t Clay Buchholz, Wade Miley, Joe Kelly and Justin Masterson. The Red Sox legitimately have an ace this year – and better yet, they have three. But since the sole purpose of the internet is to complain...
Welcome to The Red Seat, BP Boston’s weekly podcast discussing all things Boston Red Sox. Hosted by Jake Devereaux and featuring a rotating panel of BP Boston guests, The Red Seat will dive into current events, life in the AL East, prospects down on the farm and much more. Additionally, this podcast will tap into the knowledge of industry professionals as we attempt to bring you...
Mitch Moreland knows he's likely the only new player in Boston's lineup since David Ortiz retired at the end of last season
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Some MLB teams have already come and announced their Opening Day starters. The Red Sox have yet to do so, and have a big decision in front of them with three potential candidates.
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For two Red Sox starting pitchers coming off injuries and hoping to win spots in the rotation, Monday was a good day. Side by side, Steven Wright and Drew Pomeranz threw off the mound for the first time this spring. And they both did so with no pain.
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The Red Sox who stepped in against Chris Sale for Monday's live batting practice session got a glimpse of what American League East hitters are going to have to deal with regularly this season. The most apt word? Nasty.
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Spring Training 2017 is underway, and in addition to the 40 players the Red Sox have on the 40-man roster, they’ve invited 15 non-roster players to hang out in Florida for a few weeks. From journeymen relievers to top prospects to guys I promise you’ve never heard of, it’s an eclectic group. What follows is a very, very serious breakdown of their abilities and is in no way...
The Boston Red Sox will head into the 2017 season with a great problem to have, who should be the Opening Day starter? The Red Sox now have a big 3 when it comes to starting pitching, with Chris Sale, David Price, and Rick Porcello. All three pitchers have the credentials to be named Opening Day starter, it comes down to the matter of what manager John Farrell would want the rotation...
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David Ortiz seems to be enjoying his retirement.While the rest of the Boston Red Sox are gathered in Fort Myers, Fla., for the beginning of spring training, the former designated hitter reported to the beach and shared a look at his new spring training via Twitter. Although Ortiz claims it’s “so good to be retired,” that hasn’t kept his name from coming up frequently at Red...
The Boston Red Sox have to be concerned about catcher Blake Swihart showing signs of Mackey Sasser Syndrome in spring training.Swihart, a 2011 first-round pick by Boston who has seen MLB action the past two seasons, has struggled with his throws back to the pitcher during spring training.CSN New England has provided the video evidence. The first clip comes from Friday: And this was...
Despite Hanley Ramirez’s best efforts, David Ortiz is done playing baseball for the Boston Red Sox.But you still could see Big Papi floating around Fenway Park in the near future.When the legendary slugger retired last season, he hinted that he might be interested in taking an off-field job with the club down the road. The Red Sox, obviously, said they’d welcome him with open...
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval hopes his to son can remember him playing professional baseball. ''I want to be able to play eight more years on the field so I can show my son and he can see his dad play when he is grown up,'' Sandoval said. A two-time All-Star with San Francisco before joining the Red Sox ahead of the 2015 season, Sandoval shed...
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Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria appears to have quite the sweet gig lined up.The New York Post reported on Wednesday that the White House and State Department are in conflict over some ambassadorships. Within the article — which was mostly about the political battle between the sides — was a nugget saying that Loria is heading to France to be an ambassador for the Trump administration...
Dustin Pedroia says he is completely recovered from the surgery he underwent on his knee during the offseason.The Boston Red Sox second baseman injured his knee in September and struggled thereafter. He underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in October.“I did rehab stuff most of the offseason,” Pedroia said on Monday via WEEI’s John Tomase. “But you know, I feel great, normal...
Former player and long time Boston Red Sox announcer Jerry Remy announced on Monday that while his present diagnosis seems positive, lung cancer has returned to his body. Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski passed his best wishes along.“Our thoughts and prayers are with Jerry, and hopefully he’ll be back with us soon,” Dombrowski said, via CBS Boston. “Jerry...
Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred has lived a pretty charmed life as commish since taking over before the 2015 season; the steroid boom that occurred during the Bud Selig regime has largely been dealt with, there was a smooth and quiet negotiation of a new collective bargaining agreement, the Cubs' curse-breaking run led to the Series' highest average ratings in 12...
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