Between his MVP-caliber play and his status as a Boston sports icon, the designated hitter is now guaranteed to be a Red Sox for life – but is the contract extension (essentially a severance package) good business? Zo & Flynn discuss.
The Boston Red Sox made their first round of spring roster moves on Thursday, assigning 12 players to either Pawtucket or Boston’s minor league camp.
The Boston Red Sox front office was busy on Friday morning, signing 19 players on the major league roster to one-year contracts for the 2014 season.
24 games left in the season, how many more starts should Tuukka Rask get? Keep in mind the Bruins have 8 back-to-backs the rest of the season…
Tony doesn’t like the thought of Chris Capuano taking away playing time from a young prospect. With the signing, Brandon Workman will likely move to the bullpen which Mazz hates.
WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche told Toucher and Rich he is confident in this 2014 Red Sox lineup despite all the youth, and Lester and the front office could find themselves in a lengthy contract negotiation.
After defeating the Cardinals to win the World Series, the Red Sox bolstered their roster in the offseason by signing Edward Mujica, Burke Badenhop, Jonathan Herrera, Grady Sizemore and a 37-year-old A.J. Pierzynski…wait what?
The Red Sox lack of moves in the offseason shows to some extent their level of trust in the young players, but do you trust them?
Dan Roche has heard David Ortiz ask for a new contract before, and expects the Sox slugger to continue to do so. His advice? Ignore it.
It’s Monday, January 27th 2014, pitchers and catchers report to spring training two weeks from Saturday and Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is once again bringing up contract talks.