There's nothing like a good contract narrative, and here's a toast to how Jon Lester's is suddenly a heck of a lot more interesting now than it was before. There just wasn't that much drama there for a while. The word in January wasShow More Summary
Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts is off to a bit of a slow start on the field this season, but don’t let that slow down his game off the field. According to Hall of Very Good, Bogaerts had only tweeted once since Christmas before Wednesday night. He returned to social media with a bang though, […]
Forget a testy congressional oversight committee or a gaggle of nosy reporters — one of the most difficult things for a public official to face just might be a professional baseball catcher. Throwing out a ceremonial first pitch is a notoriously tough gig, but on Tuesday Environmental Protection Agency administrator Gina McCarthy will take […]
Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a two-run double off Chicago infielder Leury Garcia in the top of the 14th inning and the Boston Red Sox outlasted the White Sox 6-4 in a game that lasted 5 hours and 17 minutes Wednesday night.
Two weeks have passed in most fantasy baseball leagues and, like most owners, you are probably starting to wonder just how your team will pan out after the start to the MLB 2014 season. Taking stock of their success last year, the Boston...Show More Summary
Good news is always good, but when it comes to medical information, "good news" can often be a term of art. People usually learn that quickly, with things like a negative X-ray being a positive outcome, but in a case like Dustin Pedroia, good news on his wrist might be relative. Pedroia played most of last season with a sprained thumb. Show More Summary
If the Boston Red Sox are to make a serious bid for back-to-back World Series championships, Jake Peavy and Clay Buchholz will be big parts of the reason why. Jon Lester is the unquestioned ace of the staff, yes, and John Lackey has revived his career to become a dependable middle-of-the-rotation arm once again. Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox lost to the Chicago White Sox Tuesday to the tune of 2-1, but they had more pressing long-term concerns in mind than an April loss. Tim Britton of the Providence Journal alerted fans to the developments regarding Mike Napoli : Napoli injured his finger when diving into second base in the ninth inning. Show More Summary
Alexei Ramirez scored the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning on a throwing error and the Chicago White Sox edged the Boston Red Sox 2-1 on a frigid Tuesday night.
The Chicago White Sox have paid tribute to victims of the Boston Marathon bombing before their game against the Red Sox.
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This very confused young man, who seems to think that Dez Bryant has something to do with the Boston Red Sox and that people can actually understand the words that are coming out of his mouth, was spotted at Sunday's game between the Red Sox and Yankees. He probably had too much to drink. Read more...
The Pittsburgh Pirates hit three pairs of back-to-back home runs against the Cincinnati Reds on Monday, becoming the first team to accomplish such a feat in one game since the 1977 Boston Red Sox, per Elias via ESPN Stats & Info. The...Show More Summary
After batting just.162 with zero extra-base hits and two RBI headed through his first 10 games, Brian McCann’s bat finally came alive over the weekend. In Saturday afternoon's contest against the Boston Red Sox, the 30-year-old hit his first two home runs in a Yankees uniform and plated three of his team’s seven runs in a 7-4 win. Show More Summary
So far in the early going, the Boston Red Sox have struggled to find a dynamic leadoff solution to set the tone for their offensive attack. Through 13 games, the club has seen Daniel Nava, Jonny Gomes, Grady Sizemore and Dustin Pedroia...Show More Summary
Red Sox manager John Farrell will have a not-so-pleasant parting gift from the Bronx after making critical comments of Major League Baseball's instant replay system following Sunday night's loss.
"It's extremely difficult to have any faith in the process that's being used," Red Sox manager John Farrell said of MLB's new replay review procedure, which went against Boston on consecutive days. "On the heels of yesterday, it's hard to have any faith in the system." Read more...
The Yankees sent fans home happy - not to mention well-rested - in their series finale against the Red Sox. During Sunday night's broadcast from Yankee Stadium, ESPN cameras focused on a fan snoozing his way through the top of the fourth inning.