Jon Lester

John Farrell Gets Support In Lymphoma Fight From Cancer Survivor Jon LesterFormer Red Sox ace and cancer survivor Jon Lester is lending his support to John Farrell as the Red Sox manager begins his own fight against lymphoma.
Toucher & Rich: Jon Lester Has The YipsJon Lester is having a tough time adjusting to the speedy National League.
John Henry Calls Reported Red Sox Power Struggle 'Ridiculous,' Discusses Philosophy On SpendingAlways eager to clarify, explain or deny rumors about the Sox, John Henry spoke extensively with reporters in Fort Myers on Tuesday.
Top Boston Sports Stories Of 2014From Revis to Rondo, the AFC Championship and the MLS Cup, we take a look at the top Boston sports stories of 2014.
Roche: Patience Still A Part Of Red Sox PlanLet's take a look at where the Sox stand as the Winter Meetings end in San Diego, but with still work to be done.
Jon Lester Responds To Hundreds Of Fans On Twitter After Signing With CubsJon Lester may now be a filthy rich athlete, but he apparently is keeping himself firmly grounded.
'Plan B' Could Get Costly For Red SoxAll Jon Lester would have cost the Red Sox is a lot of money. Now, they'll have to go find their ace on the trade market, which could get pricey in terms for prospects.
The 25 Best Jon Lester #SmearCampaign TweetsThe Jon Lester #SmearCampaign has already begun -- not by the Red Sox, but by people on Twitter.
Lester: Boston Will Always Have A Big Place In My HeartJon Lester signed with the Chicago Cubs, but he wants Red Sox Nation to know that Boston will always hold a special place in his heart.
Roche: Red Sox Realized Mistakes, Made Sincere Effort To Get Jon Lester BackWBZ-TV's Dan Roche joined Toucher & Rich Wednesday morning to help sort everything out following Jon Lester signing with Chicago.
Jon Lester Agrees To Deal With Chicago CubsJon Lester has signed a six-year deal with the Chicago Cubs.
Heyman: A Lot Of Possibilities For Red Sox Rotation After LesterThe baseball world is on hold right now, waiting for free agent pitcher Jon Lester to decide which team he wants to toe the rubber for over the next six or seven years.