Red Sox Rotation
The Boston Red Sox will call up pitcher Aaron Cook from the minors, a source confirmed to WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche.
The Boston Red Sox did not call up Aaron Cook by the midnight deadline on May 1, and reports are out Wednesday that they may be exploring trades for the right-hander.
The Boston Red Sox may be getting some help in their rotation sooner rather than later when it comes to Diasuke Matsuzaka.
Daniel Bard is excited and ready to take the mound for the first time as a starter Tuesday night, as the Red Sox continue their series against the Blue Jays in Toronto.
The Red Sox open a three-game set with the Blue Jays in Toronto, and will turn to young left-hander Felix Doubront to stop the early-season bleeding.
Red Sox starter Josh Beckett says his right thumb feels fine.
Red Sox starter Josh Beckett will have his right thumb checked out in San Antonio on Monday, but manager Bobby Valentine “totally” expects him to make his scheduled start in Detroit Saturday afternoon.
Alfredo Aceves was not named one of the Red Sox’ final two starting pitchers on Sunday, but he may still get a crack at the rotation.
Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine said when the Sox break camp next week, outfielder Carl Crawford will “probably” remain in Florida as he recovers from a wrist injury.
Jon Heyman joins Gresh & Zo to talk about how Bobby Valentine is shaping the Sox Opening Day roster.