If something goes wrong we blame Larry Lucchino. Something goes right and we praise Ben Cherington. Why the double standard?
After making a franchise-altering trade on Thursday morning, general manager Ben Cherington met the media in the afternoon and announced some big changes that will take place on the field.
Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington said the trade of five key members of the 2013 championship team “speaks to where we are as a team.”
The MLB trade deadline is 10 days away and the Red Sox are faced with a multitude of decisions, some minor and some major.
Dan Roche says the second half of the 2014 season is full on intrigue for the Boston Red Sox, and has a wish list of things he’d like to see the team accomplish.
With their release of A.J. Pierzynski on Wednesday, the Boston Red Sox started a new beginning behind the plate.
Jon Lester wants to put off contract talks with the Red Sox until after the season, but Marc Bertrand still believes the lefty will be back in Boston in 2015.
Ben Cherington struck gold in 2013. This, unfortunately, is 2014.
Former NFL veteran and SportsHub personality Jermaine Wiggins has an opinion on everything.
Who could have expected it would be Brock Holt who’s keeping the Red Sox afloat?