Category: Boston Red Sox

Former Boston Red Sox Outfield Josh Reddick Says that Even in Oakland, Monday was All About Boston

Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

Josh Reddick got his Gold Glove in front of his family Friday in Oakland's home opener, but the former Boston outfielder wasn't able to extend the good feelings for the duration of the Athletics' opening homestand. On Monday, a pair of bombs killed three and injured plenty more at the ...

Daniel Nava Says The Boston Red Sox Have a Different Feel This Season

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

Daniel Nava seems to have a flair for the dramatic. Overlooked at every level, Nava's first ever at-bat was a grand slam against Joe Blanton of the Phillies in 2010. This spring he lost his starting spot to young up-and-comer Jackie Bradley Jr. Nava was expected to be a utility ...

David Ortiz Says He’s Not Too Far Away From Being 100 percent

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013

Last year Red Sox DH David Ortiz was off to a great start. In just 90 games, "Big Papi" had his highest batting average since 2007 and already had over 20 home runs. Then everything changed. Running the bases on an Adrian Gonzalez home run, Ortiz injured his right Achilles. ...

John Farrell: “This Team has the Talent to Contend and Ultimately Win this Division.”

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

It's that time of year as pitchers and catchers reported to spring training this week. The Boston Red Sox reported to Fort Myers, Fla., this past Tuesday. John Farrell embarks on his first spring training as Red Sox manager looking to erase the memories of a disappointing 2012 season. Farrell has high ...

Curt Schilling: Playing Against A-Rod Never Felt Genuine Because He Wanted the Same Respect as Derek Jeter Without Earning It

Friday, February 8th, 2013

During an ESPN Radio interview on Wednesday, Curt Schilling admitted that he was encouraged to use performance-enhancing drugs late in his career with the Red Sox by “former members of the organization” in the team’s clubhouse. The admission was another shocking blow to the world of baseball, but it's not ...

Shane Victorino Admits He Wanted to Stay in Philly Last Season, but Now Relishes New Opportunity in Boston

Monday, December 17th, 2012

Shane Victorino was worried about staying in Philadelphia. He was focused on that during the season instead of playing the game. Victorino admits it got to him because he loved Philly, but now he's looking forward to 2013. The Flyin' Hawaiian signed a three-year deal worth $39 million to play for ...

David Ortiz Says He’s Ahead of Schedule, Suggests that Boston’s Lineup “Needs Some Thunder”

Monday, December 3rd, 2012

It's no secret that the Boston Red Sox have their work cut out for them this offseason and beyond. The Sox weren't able to keep up in the AL East in 2012 and the lineup needs some retooling. David Ortiz is back after signing a two-year, $26 million deal in ...

John Farrell Discusses Signing David Ross and the Search for New Hitting Coaches in Boston

Monday, November 26th, 2012

John Farrell is back with the Boston Red Sox. This time, the former BoSox pitching coach is running everything in the dugout as the new manager, after being traded from the Toronto Blue Jays earlier in the offseason to replace Bobby Valentine. But with Farrell on board, the Sox have ...

Agent Scott Boras Ponders How The Boston Red Sox Can Rebuild Given The Pool Of Available Players

Monday, November 5th, 2012

The Boston Red Sox made a lot of noise this past season when they pulled off a late blockbuster trade, a deal that allowed them to dump some big salaries. The Red Sox also lost some big statistical numbers in that move and big-name agent Scott Boras doesn't know if ...

John Farrell Aims To Flip The Boston Red Sox Record As Well As Their Perception

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

For more than a year now, the storylines regarding baseball in Boston have mostly surrounded off-the-field issues. From the debacle to end the 2011 season, the hiring of Bobby Valentine and the megatrade this summer when the Red Sox weren't performing, things have generally been a mess. Now the Red Sox ...