It’s one of the best days on the whole sports calendar — opening day! Follow along as the Sox begin their title defense.
Shane Victorino will have to wait a little longer for his 2014 season to begin.
It’s opening day, and there’s already a bit of a shuffle in the Boston Red Sox’ lineup.
A few Red Sox opening day fun facts to get your ready for Monday’s season-opener in Baltimore.
They’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.
Grady Sizemore will likely be the Red Sox’ starting center fielder come opening day on Monday, but he won’t be the first batter to step to the plate when Boston begins their World Series defense.
In a move nearly all Red Sox fans saw coming, Red Sox manager John Farrell has named Jon Lester the team’s opening day starter.
Spring training games don’t count for stats or standings, but crazy stuff still happens.
Henry Urrutia, who defected from Cuba last year, will likely platoon at DH for the Orioles.
The Boston Red Sox are the defending World Series champions, but are they the best team in the AL East?