The Red Sox lost for the third time to the Yankees. They were without Dustin Pedroia, who was out with a sore wrist, and lost manager John Farrell to an ejection over a disputed replay ruling.
The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees will square off for the first time of the 2014 season on Thursday, opening up a four-game set in the Bronx.
As the Red Sox begin their defense of the 2013 World Series title, Dan Roche poses three key questions that surround the team.
Dan Roche passes along a few quick notes with opening day right around the corner.
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.
Felix Doubront struck out three in two-innings for the Sox.
Jon Lester pitched more innings last year than ever before, and the Red Sox never envisioned using John Lackey as much coming off of Tommy John surgery. For those reasons, Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe thinks the team might use six starters to begin the season.
Some random Red Sox thoughts after Game 4 as we watch a World Series that will be won by a team at Fenway Park.
The Walkoff: Gomes’ Homer, Doubront’s Relief Work Lead To Red Sox’ 4-2 Victory In Game 4 Of World Series
With one swing of the bat, Jonny Gomes helped the Red Sox win Game 4 and tie the World Series at two games apiece.
Before the Red Sox took the field for a playoff tune-up on Wednesday, manager John Farrell shed some light on the Boston postseason roster.