The Boston Red Sox are using PEBs -- performance enhancing-beds.
Now that he’s retired, what is former Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz going to do with his time? He probably needs something to do after he’s done teaching tennis lessons and claiming lost tennis balls that he launched out of the court on his taxes. Show More Summary
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher and current Breitbart radio host Curt Schilling intially stood by his colleague Milo Yiannopoulos, then later apologized.
When this 7-year-old girl spotted a hero at a Boston Red Sox open house, she couldn't help but ask for an autograph... even though the hero wasn't a baseball player. Read: Military Dad Makes 4-Year-Old Daughter's Day by Dancing WithShow More Summary
Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts has never made a secret of his love of bowling—he’s said that he watches the game every Sunday when he can, he competed in the 2015 World Series of Bowling and he’s bowled two perfect games in the past four years. The guy has a profile on the U.S. Bowling Congress website. Read more...
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Thursday’s Say Hey, Baseball includes Boston’s stacked rotation, updates on Yordano Ventura, and the Angels’ successful-ish offseason. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning....Show More Summary
Justin Timberlake sang it for a Haiti earthquake-relief fundraiser. Pentatonix put it on their Christmas album. Red Sox fans listened to it at the first game after the Boston Marathon bombing. Makes sense: the song's called "Hallelujah," after all.
Way back in July, we put a spotlight on Boston Red Sox pitching prospect Michael Kopech because he threw a pitch a whopping 105 mph. (...)
When the Boston Red Sox report for spring training, they'll officially embark on a 2017 season that they hope will result in their fourth World Series title since 2004. Oh, by the way, the magic date is February 13th. That's when Red Sox pitchers and catchers are due to report to Fort Myers, Florida. Show More Summary
David Ortiz confirmed Monday he will remain retired from baseball amid speculation the former Boston Red Sox slugger might return to the game. "My playing time has already expired," Ortiz told Enrique Rojas of ESPN Deportes. He maintained...Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox did not officially tell third baseman Pablo Sandoval he had to lose weight last season. But everyone in baseball knows, yeah, they told him to lose weight. The dude’s belt buckle exploded during an at-bat for Christ’s sake. At one point Sandoval couldn’t run the bases without getting so winded that […]
The Celtics and Wizards provided more drama on Wednesday in Boston than the Yankees and Red Sox have in years.
The Boston Red Sox will roll into spring training with one of the best rosters in the league. That was assured when they went on a shopping spree during the winter meetings. They added lefty ace Chris Sale, slick-fielding first baseman...Show More Summary
With 2017 officially here and spring training just around the corner, the Boston Red Sox have the luxury of already having checked the big boxes on their offseason to-do list. They didn't need much to begin with but made a splash anyway by adding Chris Sale, Mitch Moreland and Tyler Thornburg and jettisoning Clay Buchholz. Show More Summary
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling is watching his chances of making the baseball hall of fame get slimmer by the day, and he seems to know exactly why that is. “According to Ryan Thibodeaux’s Hall of Fame ballot tracker, of the 35.9 percent of ballots currently known, Schilling has only been ticked on 55.1 percent submitted thus […]
This winter, most of the Boston Red Sox-related headlines have been about prospects leaving town. Most notably, the Red Sox shipped a gaggle of young talent to the Chicago White Sox in the Chris Sale trade, including five-tool Cuban Yoan Moncada. There are still blue chips left on Boston's table, however. Show More Summary
Boston's reportedly in the market for infield depth
The Boston Red Sox cleared their starting-pitching logjam Tuesday by trading Clay Buchholz to the Philadelphia Phillies, per FanRag Sports' Jon Heyman. The Phils, as Matt Gelb of the Philadelphia Inquirer reported, will send minor league...Show More Summary
Buchholz, 32, a two-time All-Star, was the odd man out in Boston’s pitching rotation after the team added Chris Sale.