1. Bogaerts in Shape for Strong Season

    MASHANTUCKET, Conn. -- Things rarely came easy for Boston Red Sox phenom Xander Bogaerts in his first full year at the major league level last season. And yet, the team's faith in him never faltered...

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  2. Sandoval Could Become Very Popular with Sox Nation

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  3. Red Sox's Blake Swihart Ranked MLB's No. 1 Catching Prospect by MLB.com

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  4. Watch Pablo Sandoval hit a half-court basketball shot ... while sitting down

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  5. Red Sox Scout Korean First Baseman Byung-Ho Park

    The Red Sox showed interest in investing in the Korean market last year when they came to a strategic partnership with the Nexen Heroes of the KBO. Those efforts are starting to manifest itself, it appears...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 3 months ago 163 reads 0 comments

  6. Pablo Sandoval Hits Half-Court Shot While Sitting on His Butt

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  7. Boston Red Sox's Sleeper Prospects to Watch in Spring Training

    The start of spring training is only a few weeks away for the Boston Red Sox . A revamped Boston squad is set to take the field in Fort Myers, Florida , next month looking to bounce back from a last-place finish in 2014...

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  8. Why Red Sox Traded Ranaudo for Ross

    The Red Sox announced Tuesday night that they have traded Anthony Ranaudo for lefty reliever Robbie Ross...

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  9. Joe Kelly Predicts He'll Win Cy Young; Dustin Pedroia Eyes Playing in All 162

    LEDYARD, Conn. — The Red Sox tried something new this offseason, and the Red Sox players didn't seem to mind it at all...

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  10. Red Sox HOFer Monbouquette Dies at Age 78

    The Boston Red Sox announced Monday the passing of team Hall of Famer Bill Monbouquette because of complications from leukemia. Monbouquette, 78, died on Sunday at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston...

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  11. Kelly on Allen Craig: He's Going to Dominate

    MASHANTUCKET, Conn. -- Before Allen Craig even had the chance to speak for himself Saturday at the Red Sox 's Baseball Winter Weekend event, his teammate Joe Kelly put the word out on what to expect from him in 2015 to a group of reporters...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 3 months ago 68 reads 0 comments

  12. I Don't Know If Dustin Pedroia Is in the Best Shape of His Life...

    There's a snow storm bearing down on the country's media nerve center. Basically everyone at NBC except Gleeman and me are out in Arizona for some football game. It's 5pm and my kids' school was closed so it's been kind of a hectic day around here...

    Mike  Denevi Written by Mike Denevi about 3 months ago 64 reads 0 comments

  13. Justin Masterson Primed for Success with Red Sox After Identifying Flaws

    Justin Masterson is a lottery ticket for the Boston Red Sox . The odds of winning on that lottery ticket look better every day...

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  14. Former Red Sox Pitcher Bill Monbouquette Dies at 78

    Bill Monbouquette, a Medford native who pitched eight seasons for the Red Sox and threw a no-hitter in 1962, died on Sunday. He was 78...

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  15. Red Sox's Napoli Considered Retiring Due to Sleep Apnea

    Mike Napoli has quickly become a fan favorite in Boston since signing with the Boston Red Sox in 2012, but the veteran first baseman revealed some shocking news at the team's Winter Weekend event Saturday...

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  16. Pedroia's Message to Red Sox: 'I'm Back...You'll See'

    After three seasons in which he was limited by a variety of injuries, Dustin Pedroia has a message for the Red Sox as spring training draws closer...

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  17. Porcello: No Rush to Talk Long-Term Deal with Red Sox

    Rick Porcello is eligible for free agency after the 2015 season and it would seem that it would be wise for the Red Sox to at least explore contract extension talks with the pitcher...

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  18. Motivated Victorino 'Is a Very Good Thing' for Red Sox

    Hanley Ramirez is in left field. Rusney Castillo and Mookie Betts could battle for playing time in center, with the other playing right...

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  19. Deja Vu: Red Sox' Mindset Reminds Farrell of 2013

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  20. Henry Open to Bolstering Red Sox with in-Season Moves

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  21. Cherington: Content with Rotation, No Plans to Add Ace

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  22. Farrell Readies for Season with One Year Left on Contract

    Red Sox manager John Farrell had a lot of success in his first year with Boston in 2013, leading them to a World Series title. He wasn't as successful in his second year as the Red Sox skipper, as Boston finished last in the AL East with a 71-91 record.

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 3 months ago 1,041 reads 0 comments

  23. Boston Red Sox Unlikely to Make Big Splash with Starting Rotation

    James Shields is still waiting for a contract. Cole Hamels, Stephen Strasburg and Jordan Zimmermann have their fate in the hands of their respective general managers...

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  24. Top Offseason Options for the Boston Red Sox to Finish Off Winter Plans

    After starting the offseason with a bang and following it up with some active winter meetings, the Red Sox transaction wire has been practically dormant for over a month...

    Zach Moretti Written by Zach Moretti about 3 months ago 13,858 reads 30 comments

  25. Betts Done Worrying About Trade Rumors

    BOSTON -- Mookie Betts didn't have to track the trade rumors in which he was mentioned this winter. He had plenty of friends and family members keeping him regularly informed.....

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