2/26/2015 | Pitching will eventually determine Red Sox's fate
There has been much attention paid to a dramatically improved Red Sox lineup, and justifiably so. But so often, entire seasons rise or fall on the performance of the pitching, particularly the starting pitching.
2/26/2015 | Holt will once again embrace being jack of all trades
Most players come into camp wanting a defined role. Brock Holt is no different. It's just that his defined role consists of playing here, there and everywhere. And he wouldn't have it any other way.
2/26/2015 | Victorino likely to resume switch-hitting
Look for Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino to return to switch-hitting this season, something he hasn't done since August 2013.
2/26/2015 | Despite logjam, Nava not fretting about playing time
Though there is a logjam that will likely squeeze Daniel Nava out of the same playing time he's had the past two years, the outfielder isn't stressing about it.
2/26/2015 | Tek's tutelage paying off for Vazquez
Christian Vazquez sometimes feels like he has an encyclopedia at his disposal each morning as he goes through catching drills at Spring Training.
2/25/2015 | Passionate as ever, Papi motivated to win fourth ring
Someone asked David Ortiz how much longer he intends to play. Innocent question, right? "I don't know," Ortiz said while meeting with the media on Wednesday.
2/25/2015 | Farrell provides encouragement in team meeting
Before taking the field for their first full-squad workout of 2015, the Red Sox gathered as one in the cafeteria for a meeting that included speeches by manager John Farrell, general manager Ben Cherington and chairman Tom Werner.
2/25/2015 | Snow-bound Fenway should be ready for opener
Despite a winter of historic snow in Boston, Red Sox president/CEO Larry Lucchino is confident that Fenway Park will be ready for baseball on April 13, when the Washington Nationals come to town for the home opener.
2/25/2015 | Papi pumped to have some 'thunder' with him in lineup
David Ortiz essentially was the Red Sox's offense last season. While it was another gratifying season individually for the slugger, he didn't enjoy watching the postseason on television. And that's why Big Papi has a little hop in his step entering 2015.
2/25/2015 | Lucchino remains in thick of all things Red Sox
Red Sox president/CEO Larry Lucchino turns 70 in September, and he arrived at camp wearing a sling on his right arm after a recent motorcycle accident. And yet he remains as energetic and passionate as ever about his position in Boston's ownership structure.
2/25/2015 | Moncada arrives at camp for physical
Top Cuban prospect Yoan Moncada took a big step toward formalizing his contract with the Red Sox when he arrived at the club's Spring Training facility on Wednesday morning to undergo the first part of his physical.
2/25/2015 | Ortiz not a fan of new batter's box rule
Red Sox slugger David Ortiz isn't a fan of the rule being instituted this season that batters must keep one foot in the batter's box throughout an at-bat.
2/24/2015 | Breaking down Moncada's contract with Red Sox
Cuban infield prospect Yoan Moncada is on the verge of making history. Moncada's deal with the Red Sox that features a $31.5 million signing bonus -- a figure that smashes the $8.27 million bonus record for an international amateur under the current signing guidelines, which was given to right-hander Yoan Lopez by the D-backs in January -- is being finalized.
2/24/2015 | 'Good chance' all outfielders could stay in organization
Despite the glut of outfielders the Red Sox have, general manager Ben Cherington thinks it's possible that all of them could still be with the organization when the season starts.
2/24/2015 | Farrell adds Bradley to center-field mix
For all the talk about all the outfield candidates for the Red Sox, hardly anything has been said about Jackie Bradley Jr., the club's primary center fielder last season. Manager John Farrell changed that on Tuesday when he threw Bradley's name into the ring along with Mookie Betts and Rusney Castillo as the contenders to be the starting center fielder.
2/24/2015 | Henry bullish on 2015 Red Sox
Red Sox owner John Henry is bullish on his club's prospects for 2015, surmising that the club looks better now than two springs ago, when the end result was a World Series championship.
2/24/2015 | Red Sox always pleased to see Big Papi arrive at camp
There was an atmosphere change in Red Sox camp on Tuesday, as David Ortiz arrived for a 13th season.
2/24/2015 | Henry not afraid to take risks on high-ceiling players
Though there are still some details to finalize before Yoan Moncada officially becomes a member of the Red Sox, owner John Henry made it clear on Tuesday why the organization was bold enough to make a commitment of more $30 million for a 19-year-old.
2/24/2015 | Cherington's extension happened months ago
Though the news of general manager Ben Cherington signing a contract extension didn't come out until manager John Farrell got his new deal on Saturday, it actually happened eight or nine months ago.
2/23/2015 | Tiant impressed with fellow Cuban Moncada at workout
When the Red Sox hosted Yoan Moncada for a private workout at JetBlue Park a couple of weeks ago, they had the advantage of a Cuban baseball legend at their disposal in Luis Tiant. Tiant not only watched Moncada work out, but he had a chance to speak to him.
2/23/2015 | Castillo excited about possibility of playing with Moncada
Rusney Castillo was the big prize the Red Sox landed out of Cuba six months ago and he's excited that a countryman could be joining him soon.
2/23/2015 | Great expectations nothing new to reloaded Red Sox
Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval over here. Justin Masterson and Wade Miley over there. Rusney Castillo is beginning his first full season with his new team. So is Joe Kelly. These are the 2015 Boston Red Sox. They don't much resemble the 2014 Red Sox. Regardless, optimism is an easy sell.
2/23/2015 | Red Sox have time to see where prospect Moncada fits
While the Red Sox could have taken comfort in having their infield well covered for the foreseeable future with Dustin Pedroia, Xander Bogaerts and Pablo Sandoval, they weren't about to pass up the chance to sign top amateur Cuban free agent Yoan Moncada.
2/23/2015 | Lucchino part of group buying Pawtucket Red Sox
A 10-person ownership group of New England business leaders -- led by Boston Red Sox president and CEO Larry Lucchino -- has purchased the Pawtucket Red Sox from the franchise's longtime owners Medeleine Mondor, Michael Tamburro and Ludwig Schwechheimer.
2/23/2015 | Moncada signing big for Red Sox now and later
The Red Sox got better, perhaps much better. Better in 2017? Or 2018? No, it's simpler than that. Yoan Moncada makes them better the moment he signs on the dotted line.
More Results >