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8 min ago | UnionLeader.com
The beard is back. The Boston Red Sox agreed to a new two-year, $32 million contract with first baseman Mike Napoli on Friday night.
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4 hrs ago | YESNetwork
The New York Yankees today announced they have signed outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury to a seven-year contract extending through the 2020 season with a club option for 2021.
8 hrs ago | Rant Sports
The time has come to let the beast that is Xander Bogaerts off his leash and let Stephen Drew get the pay increase only he and Scott Boras believe he deserves.
9 hrs ago | The St Paul Journal
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13 hrs ago | The News-Press
Fake-bearded fans, an unemployed Cleveland Browns backer and a mysterious cigar smoker known as "Johnny Vegas" were among first of hundreds in line Saturday morning at JetBlue Park to buy Boston Red Sox spring training tickets.
If Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz had his way, he would not have allowed Robinson Cano, or "the face" of the New York Yankee organization to leave.
This week, center fielder and outstanding leadoff hitter of the Boston Red Sox , Jacoby Ellsbury left to sign a seven-year, $153 million contract with the New York Yankees .
The New York Yankees finalized two deals on Saturday, signing outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury to a seven-year pact and veteran pitcher Hiroki Kuroda to a one-year contract.
The Boston Red Sox have reportedly agreed to re-sign Mike Napoli to a 2 year deal.
He called it, A The biggest moment of my career.A And for the New York Yankees , it was one of the most dramatic and memorable moments ever.
The Boston Red Sox proved last season that to win a World Series in the 21st Century, you need a quirk, a calling card, something for the team to rally around.
Just a few hours ago, the Boston Red Sox agreed to terms with first baseman Mike Napoli, bringing him back to Fenway on a two-year deal worth $32 million dollars.
When the money's available and there are no clear options to replace him in-house or on the free-agent market, sometimes the best thing to do is re-sign your own guy.
He was at his best in the ALCS as he hit a couple key home runs to help power Boston past the Detroit Tigers.
On Halloween in 2005 Theo Epstein resigned from the Boston Red Sox. Attempting to avoid the media upon his departure, Theo wore a gorilla suit as he left Fenway Park.
Steve Langone was a pitcher and designated hitter for the Boston College baseball team before graduating in 2000.
Playing GM is a mini article series, in which I, Alex Peters, play out my wildest dreams and place myself in the beautiful golden throne that is the Boston Red Sox General Manager chair.