Red Sox manager John Farrell announced his pitching lineup for the team’s first four exhibition games on Sunday, a list that doesn’t feature any of Boston’s big-name starters but plenty of their exciting prospects.
At the beginning of the season, the Boston Red Sox’ bullpen was viewed as a strong-point on the team. Now, injuries have left Boston shorthanded in their pen and searching for arms to fill the void.
Red Sox reliever Andrew Miller will require season-ending surgery after injuring his left foot in a game against the Angels in Anaheim, according to Boston manager John Farrell.
The Boston Red Sox placed left-hander Andrew Miller on the 15-day disabled list with a left foot sprain on Sunday, recalling Alfredo Aceves to take his spot on the 25-man roster.
The Red Sox placed relief pitcher Andrew Miller on the 15-day disabled list Sunday with a left foot sprain, the team reported.
The Red Sox have been having problems with pitching recently. Red Sox insider Peter Abraham joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the bullpen and Koji Uehara named the team’s closer.
The Boston Globe’s Peter Abraham joins Toucher & Rich to talk about the performance of the Red Sox bullpen in the season-opener.
Players aren’t supposed to report for another week, but some Red Sox are already settled in down in Fort Myers.
Aaron Cook’s first start as a member of the Red Sox did not go very well, and now the right-hander has landed on the disabled list because of it.
Dan Roche brings a few thoughts on the Red Sox front, from their bullpen to Jose Iglesias.