When allowing three runs or fewer, the Red Sox now have the worst record in the American League.
At the quarter mark of the season, there are plenty of reasons to be concerned about the Boston Red Sox. But Michael Felger didn’t think Dustin Pedroia would be one.
The Red Sox have survived thus far without much hitting, but they’ll need that to change rather quickly.
“You can see flashes of Mookie Betts. Yet, after his RBI single Wednesday night against the Rays, he’s still hitting .203 this season and his OPS is a couple of ticks over .600 on the season.”
Hanley Ramirez, Dustin Pedroia and Mookie Betts highlight the positives that Dan Roche and Tony Massarotti took away from Boston’s Opening Day win over the Phillies.
Though only one game has been played, many spring storylines quickly became realities for the Red Sox on Monday.
Dan Roche brings you five keys for a successful 2015 season from the Red Sox.
Expectations for the 2015 Red Sox might be as varied as ever. Here are some reasons for optimism and some potential pitfalls.
Dustin Pedroia appears to be going full swing early this spring — both on the health and confidence front — and he isn’t afraid to let everyone know it.
Following a last place finish last season, the Boston Red Sox are a highly motivated bunch as spring training hits full swing down in Florida.