Boston’s Henry Owens turned in a solid start to earn the win over Kansas City on Friday night.
This week’s edition of Inside Baseball with Dan Roche and Tony Massarotti turned the focus from the field up to the owners’ box.
The left-handed pitching prospect will make his MLB debut in Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night for the Red Sox.
We love our prospects here in Boston, so here are seven of them to keep an eye on throughout the 2015 season.
The Red Sox may have traded away ace Jon Lester last week, but the kid with the potential to one day fill that spot in the rotation took a big step forward on Monday night.
What will the Boston rotation look like the rest of the season? Thursday’s fire sale paves the way for all of their young arms to get a taste of the majors.
Five Red Sox prospects to keep an eye on for the rest of 2014 — whether they’re in the minors or get bumped up to the big leagues.
Report: Red Sox Offered Deven Marerro For Bud Norris, But Astros Wanted Xander Bogaerts Or Henry Owens
The Houston Astros. You just have to love ’em.
By now, all Red Sox fans are familiar with Xander Bogaerts and Jackie Bradley Jr., but it may be time to get acquainted with Henry Owens.
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.