Thursday Apr 10
Chad FinnJacoby Ellsbury should be remembered well despite his change in allegiances
The Red Sox miss Jacoby Ellsbury . Of course they do. To expect anything else is to let the ancillary, noisy controversies from his time here obscure the truth: When he was healthy during his seven seasons in Boston, Ellsbury was a very valuable player -- at times even their most valuable player.
Cape Cod Times
Gallery: Boston champs, then and now
Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, left, shakes hands with current Mayor Marty Walsh while, in back from left, former Red Sox's Mike Lowell, Pedro Martinez, and Jason Varitek, former Boston Celtics' Leon Powe, and former New England Patriots' Tedy Bruschi, Troy Brown and Ty Law hold up their respective championship trophies during home opening day ... (more)
Over The Monster
Brewers 6, Red Sox 2: Bullpen Meltdown Dooms Sox
A horrific ninth inning by Edward Mujica and Andrew Miller cost the Sox's chance of a win in their home opener at Fenway.
Red Sox receive championship rings
Boston Red Sox's David Ortiz holds up his World Series ring during pre-game ceremonies before a baseball game between the Red Sox and the Milwaukee Brewers on opening day at Fenway Park in Boston, Friday, April 4, 2014.
Marathon Bombing survivors to participate in Red Sox Ring Ceremony
Before Opening Day at Fenway Park, it looks like the Red Sox will welcome some very special guests to the field to help out with the World Series Ring Ceremony.
Marlins Way: Miami Marlins Roster Spots Still Undecided
Mar 6, 2014; Jupiter, FL, USA; Miami Marlins third baseman Ed Lucas at bat against the Boston Red Sox at Roger Dean Stadium.