Roche: So Far, So Good For 2016 Red Sox ... With Room To ImproveDan Roche says the early pessimism around the Red Sox might have been premature.
Red Sox Fan Hit By Broken Bat At Fenway ParkA Red Sox fan was hit by part of a broken bat at Fenway Park Wednesday night.
Claude Julien On Sports Final: Ready For Challenge AheadBruins head coach Claude Julien joined Dan Roche on WBZ-TV's Sports Final, discussing the future of the team and how special it is to coach in Boston.
Mookie Betts Dazzles With Home Run, Spectacular Catch On Opening DayMookie Betts was not lacking in supporters on Tuesday afternoon after his Opening Day performance against the Indians.
Travis Shaw Excited For First Career Opening DayTravis Shaw beat out Pablo Sandoval to be Boston's starting third baseman, and is excited for his first career Opening Day on Monday.
Sports Final: Are Red Sox A Playoff Team In 2016?Dan Roche brings you a preview of Monday's Red Sox opener in Cleveland, and chats with The Boston Herald's Steve Buckley about the team's chances of making the playoffs.
Roche: What I'd Say To Each Sox Player If I Were John FarrellDan Roche gives his thoughts as to what he would say to each player if he was manager John Farrell.
Sports Final: Who's On Third & Other Questions For Red SoxWe're just one week away from Red Sox baseball, but there are plenty of questions that still remain with the boys of summer.
Was Robert Kraft's Letter To Roger Goodell A PR Move?Was Robert Kraft's letter to Roger Goodell an honest effort to get back the Patriots' draft picks?
A Travis Shaw/Pablo Sandoval Solution That Might Work For EveryoneThere is a potential solution that could work for all parties involved. And it all hinges on whether Shaw can handle playing in the outfield, where he'll start to get some work this week.
Dan Roche Goes 1-On-1 With David Ortiz On Sports FinalDavid Ortiz may only have 162 regular season games and, hopefully, a handful of postseason games left in his career, but the 40-year-old isn't feeling any pressure heading into his final MLB season.
Confident Travis Shaw Preparing To Be Opening Day StarterTravis Shaw may not have a starting spot on Boston's depth chart as the team prepares for the 2016 season, but the 25-year-old is brimming with confidence that he'll be on the Red Sox' Opening Day roster.

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