Thursday Feb 27
Who is this year's under the radar signing?
Part of being a dedicated Red Sox Nation citizen is following the Red Sox' offseason signings.
Projecting the Red Sox roster, Version 1.0
FORT MYERS, Fla. - We'll repeat this exercise again a few times before spring training is over.
The Baltimore Sun
Aceves returns to Mexico to obtain work visa, Hendriks claimed by Blue Jays
Right-handed pitcher Alfredo Aceves left Orioles camp following Friday's workout so he could travel back to Mexico to obtain his work visa.
Over The Monster
When Chris Capuano could have saved the Red Sox
Now, Capuano might just be a bit part, but it wasn't that long ago he could have saved the Red Sox' season.
Sports Media 101
The Sixth Starter: One of the Most Underrated Positions in Sports
Orioles 101 provides 24/7 obsessive sports coverage of the Baltimore Orioles as a part of Sports Media 101 .
Dempster's exit adds flexibility
Ryan Dempster's surprising announcement that he'll walk away from $13.25 million and sit out the 2014 season robs the Red Sox of starting pitching depth, but in truth, opens more avenues for improvement.
The Baltimore Sun
Orioles get gold star for full attendance
Veteran pitcher Alfredo Aceves and reserve catcher candidate Johnny Monell made their first appearances in the Orioles spring clubhouse on Sunday morning, so all of the pitchers and catchers who got spring training invitations are in camp.
Let's Go Tribe
Hot Stove Update: American League East, Part 1
Last week we took a peek at the AL West. Now we shift to the AL East, and look at what has transpired for each team this offseason After a last place finish in 2012, the Red Sox flipped the script by not only winning the division, but winning their third Series in a decade.
Buckley: John Farrell doesn't have write stuff
Terry Francona created quite a buzz last year with the release of his latest as-told-to book: "Francona: The Red Sox Years."