Dan Roche says the second half of the 2014 season is full on intrigue for the Boston Red Sox, and has a wish list of things he’d like to see the team accomplish.
Despite only having two players in the game, both pitchers, the Boston Red Sox had their fingerprints all over the Tuesday night’s MLB All-Star Game.
Gresh and Zolak discuss a recent tweet by the Boston Globe’s Nick Cafardo stating that the Red Sox would like to keep Koji Uehara for next season.
Ryan Fagan of The Sporting News joined The Adam Jones Show on 98.5 The Sports Hub Thursday night, and said there is one guy on the Red Sox who could fetch a very solid prospect for Boston.
The Red Sox closer replaces Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka who was placed on the DL Wednesday.
Who’s on the Red Sox chopping block before the MLB trade deadline? Not Jake Peavy or Koji Uehara, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports.
The “Buyers or Sellers” question has basically been answered, so here are 10 Red Sox who could get traded by July 31.
The defending World Series champions have just one All-Star representative at the moment, with starting pitcher Jon Lester the only member of the Red Sox making the roster for the mid-summer classic.
Mike Napoli provided early offense for the Sox with a homer and a steal of home against Oakland.
After Koji Uehara surrendered a solo homer in the top of the 10th, David Ortiz and Mike Napoli hit back-to-back jacks to give the Red Sox a sweep of the Twins.