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."
Massarotti On Red Sox: 5 Things To Be Happy AboutTony Mazz admits he's a bit of a pessimist, but in his mind there are 5 things to be happy about concerning the 2015 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.
Previewing The American League EastThey're starting to fire up the sausage stands on Yawkey Way, which means it's time to preview the Red Sox and the rest of the AL East.
Millar On Toucher & Rich: Who Is The Best Team In The AL East?The Boston Red Sox are the defending World Series champions, but are they the best team in the AL East?
Heyman: Red Sox Or Mets Most Likely Destination For Stephen Drew, But Yankees Make The Most SenseDrew's poor postseason performance coupled with the emergence of prospect Xander Bogaerts was enough for Red Sox fans to show him the door - but apparently the door is still open for his return.
Mazz: Yankees Will Finish Ahead Of Red Sox In 2014Tony Massarotti feels like the Bronx Bombers are poised to finish ahead of the hometown Red Sox this upcoming season.
Felger & Mazz: September 23, 2013The Felger and Massarotti Show from Monday, September 23.
Felger & Mazz: March 29, 2013The Felger and Massarotti Show from Friday, March 29.
Jays' Farrell To Valentine: "I Feel Your Pain"Toronto manager John Farrell feels for Boston manager Bobby Valentine in a disappointing season for both injury-filled teams. Amid speculation that he could be considered to take over the Red Sox if Valentine is let go, the Blue Jays skipper says he's concentrating on his current job.
Sox In First, But 'How You Finish' Is What MattersAfter a slow start to the season, the Boston Red Sox find themselves in first place in the AL. But what is really important is if they can carry their success over to the second half.