As Red Sox Approach Opening Day, David Price Leads Confident, Comfortable ClubhouseDavid Price's presence has significantly transformed the attitude in the Red Sox clubhouse. Here's why his teammates are following his lead and how it could help them get to October.
John Farrell: Wade Miley's Outburst 'Unacceptable' But Sox Are Moving OnWith his team miring in last place, Red Sox manager John Farrell is intent on making his dugout confrontation with Wade Miley a thing of the past.
David Ortiz: ' I Don't Like Spring Training Games'For players, and particularly the veterans, spring training games just don't quite get the juices flowing. Just ask David Ortiz.
Xander Bogaerts Ready To Help Red Sox Any Way He CanHeading into his rookie season, there isn't much Xander Bogaerts hasn't seen despite just a few short months in the Major Leagues.
Bradley Jr. Already Putting In Work, Ready For Challenges Of 2014 SeasonPitchers and catchers don't report to Fort Myers for another two weeks, but Jackie Bradley Jr. is already down at camp getting in some work for the Boston Red Sox.
Jerry Remy Has Relapse Of Lung CancerHe said a CAT scan back in January revealed a spot on his lung. He said it was not the same spot where he was originally diagnosed with lung cancer back in 2009.
Ortiz Blasts 400th Career Home RunRed Sox designated hitter David Ortiz smacked his 400th career home run Wednesday in Boston's 3-2 loss to the Athletics in Oakland.
Keller @ Large: Sorry To See Youkilis GoIf Kevin Youkilis was such a jerk, I say, we could use a few more jerks just like him.
Skipping School For Opening Day? Darnell McDonald Did, Twice!Did you ever skip school to go to Opening Day? Red Sox outfielder Darnell McDonald did, twice.
Lasorda On Valentine: He'll Get Along In BostonHall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda is confident Bobby Valentine will have a successful run in Boston, because it was the place he dreamed of managing.
Saltalamacchia Backtracks On 'Latin Players' CommentYankees catcher Francisco Cervelli hit a solo home run off John Lackey in the fifth inning of Tuesday night's game, clapping as he crossed home plate.
Should Dustin Pedroia Bat Cleanup More Often?Listed at 5'8", 165 pounds, Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia doesn't fit the typical cleanup-hitter mold.