BOSTON (CBS) – Red Sox manager John Farrell checks in with NightSide Nation to talk about the tumultuous offseason, and to look ahead to spring training and the upcoming 2015 MLB season. Pitchers and catchers […]
Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell is in Japan for Major League Baseball’s all-star postseason tour, and is excited to see one Japanese arm in particular.
With Joe Maddon opting out of his deal with the Tampa Bay Rays, Tony Massarotti has one message for the Boston Red Sox: Make a run at him.
To Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell, it hardly seems possible that just 11 months ago his team was celebrating the World Series championship on the field at Fenway Park.
As Derek Jeter gets set to close out his career at Fenway Park, members of the Red Sox reflect on the Yankees captain.
While it wasn’t the electric debut many had hoped for, Rusney Castillo played in his first major league game on Wednesday night.
Rusney Castillo homered Tuesday night in the Pawtucket Red Sox’ losing effort against the Omaha Storm Chasers in the Triple-A title game. Now, it’s time for him to make his major league debut.
The Rusney Castillo era is near.
Dustin Pedroia’s 2014 season is over.
24-year-old Matt Barnes was impressive in his major league debut Tuesday night, hurling three scoreless innings against Baltimore.