In the dugout and on the field, as everywhere else, perception is reality, and the perception is that the Red Sox are again spiraling out of control.
John Farrell made a decision. Wade Miley didn’t like it.
Red Sox manager John Farrell said Saturday that fan safety is critical, though any potential changes to Fenway Park after a woman was injured by a broken bat would have to be approved by Major League Baseball.
A woman has life-threatening injuries after she was hit by a broken bat during the Red Sox game.
98.5 The Sports Hub’s James Stewart thinks statistician Bill James deserves a lot of criticism for the construction of this Red Sox roster.
Clay Buchholz was a little under the weather leading up to his start against the Twins on Tuesday night, but you would have never known it based on his performance.
It has at times been hard for some fans to watch, and Red Sox owner John Henry can understand that sentiment.
Was John Farrell’s meeting with Red Sox veterans over the weekend an intervention for Hanley Ramirez? Zo and Bertrand discuss with Dan Shaughnessy.
The Red Sox return home following a 1-6 road trip, which included some embarrassing losses in Texas. That made WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche and and 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Tony Massarotti wonder how to fix this floundering club on this week’s edition of Inside Baseball.
Yes, the season is over.