Would Firing Farrell Do Anything For Red Sox?Is it time for a change on the Boston bench?
A Travis Shaw/Pablo Sandoval Solution That Might Work For EveryoneThere is a potential solution that could work for all parties involved. And it all hinges on whether Shaw can handle playing in the outfield, where he'll start to get some work this week.
Rick Porcello Roughed Up By Rays; Cause For Concern?"I don't like the line, but it's a work in progress, and clearly I'm not where I want to be yet."
Peter Abraham On T&R: Idea Ortiz Didn't Want To Play Sunday 'Is Just Silly'Peter Abraham joined Toucher & Rich on Tuesday, saying the latest controversy around David Ortiz would only happen in Boston.
Abraham On Toucher & Rich: Xander Bogaerts On Verge Of Breakout Season?"He spent the whole winter in Arizona for the most part, doing specific things that the Red Sox wanted him to do -- getting stronger, getting first-step quickness -- and it shows up on the field."
Toucher & Rich Round The Bases With Pete AbrahamSpring Training is just around the corner, so Toucher & Rich had Peter Abraham on Tuesday's show to cover all the bases regarding the Boston Red Sox.
Abraham On Toucher & Rich: Minor Trades Possible, But Red Sox Won't Go Full Sell ModeThe MLB trade deadline is 10 days away and the Red Sox are faced with a multitude of decisions, some minor and some major.
Hurley: Tom Werner Misses Mark In Blaming Bad Luck For Red Sox' First-Half StrugglesIs bad luck to blame for the Red Sox' current position? Tom Werner thinks it's playing a factor.
Abraham On Toucher & Rich: Red Sox Won't Throw In The Towel On The SeasonThe Boston Globe's Peter Abraham says the organization will fight to the bitter end and not throw in the towel.
Abraham On Toucher & Rich: Red Sox Hurting From Outfield Depth Right Now
Abraham On Toucher & Rich: Will Sizemore Be Red Sox Opening Day Center Fielder?Could Grady Sizemore be the Red Sox' opening day center fielder? Peter Abraham discusses with Toucher and Rich.
Abraham On Toucher & Rich: Red Sox May Employ 6-Man Starting RotationJon Lester pitched more innings last year than ever before, and the Red Sox never envisioned using John Lackey as much coming off of Tommy John surgery. For those reasons, Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe thinks the team might use six starters to begin the season.