16 hrs ago
New York Post
Who will win spring training's juiciest position battles?
Michael Pineda , Grady Sizemore, Lucas Duda, Alex Guerrero and Addison Reed are engaged in closely watched position battles this spring.
Trending on the Topix Network
Sun Mar 09, 2014
New York Daily News
Madden: In new Yank recipe, pen may feature lots of home cooking
The words "Yankees" and "homegrown" have not often been linked in a positive manner in recent years.
St. Petersburg Times
Rays' Chris Archer dominant again
Rays RHP Chris Archer was right, of course, in insisting that there are some things he can still improve on.
John Kerry's approval flatlines
Secretary of State John F. Kerry's latest approval ratings are in, and, let's just say you'd have to go back 20 years to find a predecessor whose numbers are worse at the one-year mark.
Herald's iconic World Series photo resonates with Red Sox
Game 6 of the World Series, one victory from a championship. Bases loaded, two outs, third inning of a scoreless game.
Standard-Times' AL East Preview: Breaking down a stacked division
That tumbling tumbleweed you heard rustling by was the sound of silence in the non-New York locales of the American League East this offseason.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Bangor Daily News
Rivalry renewed: New-look Yankees should contend with Red Sox for AL East title
The Yankees had a down year last year. Plagued by injuries, they finished the 2013 season 12 games behind the Red Sox and out of the playoffs.
2014 MLB Preview: Boston Red Sox
In 2013, it all just seemed to fall into place with exact precision. When that happens in baseball, there's very little other teams can do.
Shane Victorino could give up switch-hitting
Shane Victorino gave up switch-hitting down the stretch last season and Red Sox manager John Farrell told Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe today that the veteran outfielder is considering hitting exclusively from the right side of the plate this season.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Fox's decision to hire Harold Reynolds is uninspired
For those baseball fans among us who welcome their analytical overlords - and yes, count me among those who covet information both nostalgic and sabermetric - it was a memorable week.
Why Clay Buchholz Will Win The 2014 American League Cy Young Award
Many members of the Boston Red Sox have said that they are turning the page and putting 2013 in the rear view mirror.
Boston Red Sox
Red Sox have stabilizing 'X' factor at shortstop
A luxury item as a third baseman in the World Series, the gifted 21-year-old from Aruba is fast becoming an essential part of the 2014 Red Sox.
The Hartford Courant
Pictures: Playing Both Sides - Yankees And Red Sox
Jacoby Ellsbury is the latest to play for both the Red Sox and Yankees. Here's a collection of pictures of some pretty well-known players who came before him.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Ask Nick: Will Victorino switch-hit?
Except for Ryan Dempster's retirement and a couple of Jake Peavy finger incidents, the Red Sox have gone through a relatively quiet camp so far.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Jackie Bradley Jr., a former running back, wants to steal more bases, ...
He's 195 pounds now; was 175 pounds in college. Surely he was lighter as a youth football player growing up in Richmond, Va.
Bleed Cubbie Blue
Know Your Enemy: Boston Red Sox
Normally, the Cubs would play an American League East opponent once every three years or so.
Cardinal Season Preview: Players Lost for 2014
John Axford, RHP, Cleveland Indians : The Cardinals took a chance on Axford, and it paid off; not enough to warrant an almost $7M to a set up guy.
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.