The 2014 season is underway, but the Red Sox have just one more celebration left for their 2013 World Series Championship.
It’s opening day, and there’s already a bit of a shuffle in the Boston Red Sox’ lineup.
As the Red Sox begin their defense of the 2013 World Series title, Dan Roche poses three key questions that surround the team.
The Boston Red Sox won’t have the luxury of easing into a new season as defending World Series champions.
The Red Sox aren’t looking back at last year’s World Series or even ahead to what could happen this October. The only thing they’re taking from 2013 is the same approach each and every night.
It’s official: Grady Sizemore will be the Boston Red Sox’ opening day center fielder.
Grady Sizemore will likely be the Red Sox’ starting center fielder come opening day on Monday, but he won’t be the first batter to step to the plate when Boston begins their World Series defense.
In a move nearly all Red Sox fans saw coming, Red Sox manager John Farrell has named Jon Lester the team’s opening day starter.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Monday, March, 17.
Dan Roche passes along a few quick notes with opening day right around the corner.