Boston Red Sox

Former MVP Al Rosen Dead At 91
Al Rosen's success in baseball didn't end after he left the diamond for the final time.
A muscular third baseman for the Cleveland Indians who won the 1953 AL MVP and later worked in the front offices of several teams, died Friday. He was 91...
Pablo Sandoval Says He Felt “Disrespected” By Giants
New Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval says he knew last spring that 2014 would be his final year in San Francisco.
The "Panda" tells "Bleacher Report" that he felt disrespected by the Giants during contract talks and he wasn't going to re-sign with t…
Red Sox Begin Exhibition Play With Sweep Of College Teams
Clay Buchholz started with one perfect inning, Rick Porcello followed by retiring six straight batters and the Boston Red Sox beat Northeastern 2-1 Tuesday, completing a double-header sweep of college teams.
The game was tied after the scheduled seven innings, and the Red Sox won in the eighth on a t…
Boston Sports Stars On Unclaimed Money List
Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady and one-time World Series MVP David Ortiz are among tens of thousands of Massachusetts taxpayers on the state treasurer's latest unclaimed property list.
Brady, quarterback of the New England Patriots, and Ortiz, designated hitter for the Boston Red Sox, as well as Patri…
Davide Ortiz Critical Of New Hitting Rules
David Ortiz says he ``might run out of money'' if baseball enforces the new pace-of-play rule requiring hitters to keep at least one foot in the batter's box.
Ortiz used part of his first spring training session with reporters Wednesday to colorfully rant about the rule...
Mayor: New Owners Looking To Bring PawSox To Providence
Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza says he is looking forward to working with new owners of the Pawtucket Red Sox to consider moving the team to a few miles south to Rhode Island's largest city.
Elorza issued a statement Monday following the announcement that Red Sox president Larry Lucchino and seve…
Farrell’s Contract Extended by Red Sox
The Boston Red Sox hoped to work out a new deal for manager John Farrell before they opened camp.
They nearly got it done.
So while Boston pitchers and catchers held their first official workout Saturday, the team announced that Farrell's contract had been extended through the 2017 season, with a…
MLB Makes Changes To Speed Up The Game
Major League Baseball is making some changes to speed up the length of games but it won't implement some of the more radical proposals to make games shorter.
The league and the players' union announced an agreement Friday to enforce the rule requiring a hitter to keep at least one foot in t…
A-Rod Apologizes To Fans
New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez is apologizing to fans for his season-long drug suspension.
In a hand-written letter posted on MLB.com, "A-Rod" writes that he is sorry and takes full responsibility for mistakes that led to his suspension for the 2014 season...

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