Red Sox flex muscles in strong Florida finale

American League Rookie of the Year candidate Andrew Benintendi continued his successful Spring Training with two hits, including a triple, as the Red Sox rolled to an 8-1 victory over the Nationals on Thursday afternoon at JetBlue Park.
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The best- and worst-case scenario for every Red Sox player

COMMENTARY You may have noticed in the Globe preview section that I picked the Orioles to win the American League East. Didn’t want to do it, felt I owed it to them. Actually, I really didn’t want to do it. While I do believe dynamo third baseman Manny Machado will be right there with Mike […]
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Meet the 2017 Red Sox

This will be the first Red Sox team since 2002 without the loud bat and occasionally louder voice of David Ortiz. For that reason alone, this will be a fascinating team to watch develop over the next six months. For many Red Sox fans, it’s hard to imagine a team without Big Papi. But the […]
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Spring training doesn't help Drew Pomeranz 2017 fantasy outlook

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Red Sox Announce 'Improvements' To 105-Year Old Park

The NOG (New Ownership Group) are nothing if not supreme spinmeisters. The latest example is their assertion that new "enhancements" are on display this year in America's Most Cramped Ballpark. (EDITOR's NOTE: For the record, we love Fenway—and have attended games there since 1956, but Red Sox fans deserve a new, state-of-the-art replicate of Fenway). Ready for the vast improvements...
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Pomeranz on DL, but could still start April 9

The Red Sox are hopeful Drew Pomeranz will make his first start as planned on April 9, but the lefty will begin the season on the disabled list with a forearm flexor strain.
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Drew Pomeranz To Start The Season On The 10-Day Disabled List

On Thursday, the team announced Drew Pomeranz will open the 2017 season on the disabled list. 
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Drew Pomeranz Placed On The 10-Day Disabled List

Well, this wasn't really a surprise. Drew "Damaged Goods" Pomeranz was placed on the 10-day disabled list today with a "left forearm flexor strain". Again, how can the Red Sox medical staff be so seemingly incompetent while residing in Boston—the world's hub of advanced medicine? Astonishing. Anyway, with two lefties now out of the rotation (Pomeranz and David Price), the "Ricky...
Via FenwayNation
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Opening Day stage Porcello's reward for Cy triumph

The fact that Red Sox manager manager John Farrell chose reigning American League Cy Young Award winner Rick Porcello to start the season for a team that also has newly acquired left-hander Chris Sale demonstrates how much respect the sinkerballer has earned.
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How Effective Can Red Sox Closer Craig Kimbrel Be?

Before the 2016 season, the Red Sox traded four prospects to San Diego in exchange for right-handed closer Craig Kimbrel. Kimbrel had been an elite closer for several years, and with Koji Uehara starting to show his age, Kimbrel was expected to perform at the league-leading level he had shown for the previous five years, when he put up ERA+ ranging from 145 to 399. For the Red Sox...
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Video: Behind the scenes with Mookie Betts at Spring Training

A couple behind the scenes videos of Red Sox star Mookie Betts via Red Sox Productions and NESN.
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Can Pablo Sandoval Carry His Spring Success Into The Regular Season?

I don’t want to fall into this trap at all. I’ve said that when it comes to Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval, I am a “believe it when I see it” type of person. But right now, Sandoval is finishing up a fantastic spring training in which he not only performed well on the field, but also stayed out of trouble off of it. Now I know that in sports preseason production means...
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1 day ago

Red Sox Will Open Season With Three Lefties In The 'Pen

Robby Scott (Getty Images)Red Sox manager John Farrell announced on Wednesday afternoon that reliever Robby Scott had made the Opening Day roster. This means that the club with go North will three left-handers in the bullpen—Scott, Robbie Ross, Jr. and the immortal (and aptly-named) Fernando Abad. Given all the pitching injuries this Spring (hey, Red Sox medical staff, nice shoulder...
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Bold prediction: Mets-Red Sox meet again for another classic World Series

Eighteen years ago the Mets beat the Red Sox in the World Series.                

What can we expect from Xander Bogaerts in 2017?

Xander Bogaerts has quite the resume for just a 24 year-old shortstop.
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1 day ago

Cole Sturgeon has hit it off with Red Sox

Cole Sturgeon was a senior at Louisville when the Red Sox selected him in the 10th round of the 2014 amateur draft. He settled for a $10,000 bonus because what other choice did he have? It was either take that or give up baseball. Sturgeon has since made his way to Double A Portland and […]
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How Does Boston’s Opening Day Starter Rick Porcello Get the Job Done?

Rick Porcello didn’t have a very good year in 2015, going 9-15 with a 4.92 ERA (87 ERA+). Even though he did put together a pretty good string of games in the second half of the season, few had high hopes for him entering 2016. Certainly, very few people expected him to win the American League Cy Young award, with a 22-4 record and a 3.15 ERA (145 ERA+); but he did, and suddenly...
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1 day ago

No Big Papi, but Red Sox still loaded with youth, pitching

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Pick Your Projection: 2017 Red Sox Edition

We are less than a week away from real, actual, meaningful Red Sox baseball. This is undoubtedly very exciting, but the proximity to the season also means we only have a few more days to obsess over player and team projections. How many wins are to be expected? Will that number be enough to win the division? Who is appears poised for an emergent season? Who will regress after a strong...
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Alex Rodriguez said he 'made an ass of' himself denying PED allegations

Alex Rodriguez just admitted something Boston Red Sox fans have been saying for years.The former New York Yankees third baseman is no stranger to controversy, but there’s one thing in his past he particularly regrets. In 2013, Rodriguez went on Mike Francesa’s radio show on WFAN in New York to defend himself against allegations of performance-enhancing drug use in the Biogenesis...
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Yoan Moncada developed Twinkie obsession when he came to US

If you ever see Yoan Moncada in the sweets aisle at the grocery store, chances are he’s looking for the Twinkies.The former Boston Red Sox prospect apparently developed quite the sweet tooth when he came to the United States, as he once had 85 Twinkies in a week, according to his agent David Hastings in Eli Saslow’s recent ESPN the Magazine article on the Chicago White Sox third...
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What to expect for the Boston Red Sox without Big Papi?

With spring training winding down, the start to the MLB season is nearing. This season will bring a very different feel to the Boston Red Sox and their organization. For the first time in 14 years, David Ortiz will not be on the opening day roster. Fans and players alike are wondering just how this will affect the coming season and production within the clubhouse. There are many...
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Weak elbow could sideline David Price into May

If you exhaled after learning David Price won’t need surgery this season, you might want to start holding your breath again.The Boston Red Sox pitcher got good news at the beginning of the month, when he learned after seeking a second opinion that only treatment and medication would be needed to heal his sore throwing elbow. But apparently his status has taken a turn for the worse...
8 days ago  |  Discuss

What Could Go Wrong: 2017 Red Sox Edition

The 2017 Red Sox are probably going to be good. Very good, even. The gamblers at OddsShark have the team’s over/under pegged at 92.5 wins, tied with the Indians for the highest total in the American League and trailing just the Nationals and Cubs across the majors. Obviously, however, this is sports we’re talking about. You play the game on the field, not on paper, or something...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Box Score 3/14: The calm before the March Madness storm

Want more news first thing in the day? Sign up for the Yardbarker Morning Bark newsletter here.Good morning and welcome the YB Box Score, what we're reading while downgrading the latest snow storm to endless sleet.Happy birthday to Larry Johnson, Steph Curry and Simone Biles.On this date in 1987 Boston Red Sox pitcher Al Nipper beaned Darryl Strawberry of the New York Mets resulting...
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