Boston Red Sox Clinch AL East Crown, Go Worst To 1st AgainThe Boston Red Sox won the AL East, clinching the division championship despite wasting a three-run, ninth-inning lead in a 5-3 loss to the New York Yankees on Wednesday night.
Millar: Parity Will Make American League East A Tough DivisionFormer Red Sox first baseman and MLB Network analyst Kevin Millar joined Toucher & Rich on Monday to preview the 2016 Boston Red Sox.
2016 MLB Preview: AL East- A Red Sox Revival?The Red Sox went all in this off season after a last place finish. Did they do enough to unseat the Blue Jays?
Abraham: AL East Is Wide Open & There For The Taking"It's almost like, for any team in that division, you are a good week away from being in first place."
Roche's Red Sox Look Back, Look Ahead: Bullpen Solid, But Starters StrugglingDan Roche looks back at the week that was, and ahead to the upcoming week for the Boston Red Sox.
5 American League East Storylines For The 2015 SeasonThe AL East is more up-for-grabs than ever before. For each team, there is one key storyline that will define them as the season goes along.
Red Sox Catcher David Ross: 'We Know We Have An Uphill Battle'Red Sox catcher David Ross joined Toucher & Rich Thursday morning for his regularly scheduled appearance.
Gresh & Zolak: Time Is Running Out For The Red SoxIf the Red Sox don't turn things around soon the 2014 season is lost.
Red Sox Whiffing On Nelson Cruz Becoming Biggest Offseason RegretNelson Cruz is a one-man wrecking machine giving basically the same output as the entire Red Sox outfield.
Mazz: History Shows Red Sox Won't Make Playoffs, But Anything Can Happen In Current AL EastThe Sox are down, but not out according to Tony Mazz. Felger fears the baseball season is already lost
Gresh & Zo: Heyman Expects Red Sox To Be Buyers, Not SellersJon Heyman of CBS Sports expects the Red Sox to be buyers, not sellers, to get back into this race. He joined Gresh and Zo Tuesday to discuss the state of the team.
Abraham On Toucher & Rich: Red Sox Back On Track And Trending Upward Things are starting to look up for the Red Sox in a very winnable AL East.