Red Sox Outfielders Grace 'Sports Illustrated' CoverThe Red Sox' talented outfield got the Sports Illustrated cover treatment for the annual baseball preview.
Mookie Betts Not Expecting To Become Home Run Hitter 'Overnight'Mookie Betts isn't expecting to all of a sudden become a pure slugger, and you shouldn't expect that either.
No Animosity After Red Sox, Mookie Betts Can't Agree On New DealThe Red Sox could not reach an agreement with MVP runner-up Mookie Betts on a new deal on Thursday, instead renewing his contract for next season.
Roche Report: Chris Sale Set To Throw First Bullpen Of Spring TrainingIt's a big day down in Fort Myers, as Chris Sale will throw his first bullpen session as a member of the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday.
Massarotti: Giving Thanks To The Year In Boston Sports- Today, as we officially begin the holiday season, we stop to give thanks for the good and the bad, because one does not exist without the other, and for everything in between during what has been a typically eventful year in the indisputable Hub of Sports.
Mazz: 'Most Valuable' Open To Wild InterpretationMike Trout isn't a bad choice for the 2016 AL MVP award, but is he the right choice? Tony Massarotti explores.
Mike Trout Wins AL MVP Award; Betts Finishes SecondAt just 23 years old, Mookie Betts put together a phenomenal 2016 season. But he fell short of earning his first career Most Valuable Player Award.
Sports Final: Are Red Sox Better Off Replacing Ortiz In-House Or On Free Agent Market?The Boston Herald's Steve Buckley joined Levan Reid on WBZ-TV's Sports Final on Sunday night to discuss the offseason ahead, and which Red Sox will be bringing home some offseason hardware.
Mookie Betts Undergoes Successful Knee SurgeryThe Red Sox right fielder had an amazing 2016 season, and apparently did so without being 100 percent healthy.
Bogaerts, Betts, Ortiz Win AL Silver Slugger AwardsThe awards keep rolling in for the Red Sox, as a trio of players took home AL Silver Slugger Awards on Thursday night.
Mookie Betts Wins First Career AL Gold Glove AwardThe Red Sox right fielder became the first Boston player since Dustin Pedroia in 2014 to win the award.
Betts, Porcello Finalists For AL MVP, Cy Young AwardsBetts and Porcello got rewarded for their outstanding career-best seasons, while Big Papi was snubbed for MVP.