4 hrs ago
The Miami Herald
Alex Wood shows excitement after strong performance
Alex Wood never tried to act too cool to get excited when pitching in the big leagues as a rookie, and the Atlanta Braves left-hander didn't try to downplay his performance against the Red Sox and David Ortiz on Friday at sold-out Jet Blue Park at Fenway South.
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10 hrs ago
Top five Boston Red Sox stories developing midway through spring training
About three weeks ago, Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell sat on a bench in JetBlue Park, looked around and saw no signs of Stephen Drew.
14 hrs ago
Over The Monster
Red Sox vs. Braves lineups: Starters galore from John Farrell
The Red Sox will have a lineup worthy of Opening Day as they take on the Braves in JetBlue Park.
21 hrs ago
Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Red Sox complete week of service
The Red Sox continued their annual Spring Training Week of Service by lending a hand to members of Cooperative Ministries Incorporated , Goodwill of Southwest Florida and the Goodwill Life Institute for Education Academy, on Feb. 26 at Treeline Elementary and jetBlue Park in Fort Myers.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Red Sox Notebook: Tutor sessions pay
It's one thing for touted Red Sox prospect Allen Webster to get schooled by a pitching coach, it's quite another when the lectures are given by Jon Lester and John Lackey .
Report: Marlins Executives 'Outraged' At Red Sox For Lack ...
The Miami Marlins are one of the most pathetic franchises in Major League Baseball and all of professional sports, for that matter.
Boston Red Sox 2014: Where in the world where infielder Mookie Betts eventually play?
Dustin Pedroia , Mookie Betts , Xander Bogaers could cause a log jam for middle infielders in the Boston Red Sox system.
KEYC Television, Mankato, MN
Pelfrey goes 2 shutout innings, Twins beat Red Sox
By MAUREEN MULLEN Associated Press FORT MYERS, Fla. - Mike Pelfrey pitched two scoreless innings in his spring debut after a poor season, and the Minnesota Twins beat the Boston Red Sox 8-2 Friday.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Tue Mar 04, 2014
One last look back at 2013 Red Sox
After a 69-win disaster under Bobby Valentine in 2012, the Sox pulled off a worst to first deal last season.
Over The Monster
Red Sox place 11th in Baseball Prospectus' 25-and-under rankings
Baseball Prospectus loves the Red Sox farm system, but prospects aren't everything involved with youth, you know.
Projecting Boston Red Sox's Final 25-Man Roster at the Start of Spring Training
With the Boston Red Sox now fully immersed in spring training, the team is looking to solidify and cement its final 25-man roster en route to Opening Day 2014.
Cape Cod Times
Cape League All-Star game moved for Cape Cod Canal anniversary celebration
The Cape League announced Monday night via a release on its website that it has moved the date of its All-Star game.
Signing Jon Lester, David Ortiz part of building dynasty
With two moves - locking up Jon Lester with a five- or six-year deal and extending David Ortiz through 2015 - the Red Sox can take big steps toward becoming the next baseball dynasty.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Spring Training | Boston fans flock McKechnie Field after magical 2013 world title season
Whether they live here locally or just made a brief visit to the area, Red Sox fans came out in droves for Monday's Grapefruit League game between Boston and the Pittsburgh Pirates at McKechnie Field.
The Times Leader
Team-by-team look at the American League
On Deck: The Red Sox won the World Series title for the third time in 10 years and one year after going 69-93.
The Motley Fool
Baseball Myths: Should Your Best Hitter Still Be Batting Third?
There's a powerful belief held by many baseball fans and coaches: A team's best all-around hitter should always bat third in the lineup.
Over The Monster
Jon Lester extension rumors: Rival GMs think Red Sox will re-sign Lester
Jon Lester has been clear about his desire to stay with the Red Sox , as well as his understanding that it will mean he is leaving money on the table.
Is there ever really crying in baseball?
Wade Boggs cries after Boston lost the 1986 Series; current Sox shed tears of joy after winning it all in 2013.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
The Baltimore Sun
Brian Matusz throws two scoreless innings in first exhibition start
FORT MYERS, Fla. Left-hander Brian Matusz pitched two scoreless innings in his first start of the exhibition season, but the Orioles suffered their first loss in three Grapefruit League games, 8-6, to the Boston Red Sox at JetBlue Stadium.