Red Sox Spring Training
Dustin Pedroia appears to be going full swing early this spring — both on the health and confidence front — and he isn’t afraid to let everyone know it.
Gordon Edes admitted the rotation is the biggest question mark heading into the season, but there is room for optimism.
After defeating the Cardinals to win the World Series, the Red Sox bolstered their roster in the offseason by signing Edward Mujica, Burke Badenhop, Jonathan Herrera, Grady Sizemore and a 37-year-old A.J. Pierzynski…wait what?
Red Sox insider Sean McAdam predicts that 2014 will be a different year for Jackie Bradley Jr., and that nothing will get in the way of him being the opening day center fielder.
Is there anything Jackie Bradley Jr. could possibly do in 11 days to justify giving up one full year of team control?
Dustin Pedroia homered for the split-squad Red Sox, but the team fell to the Tampa Bay Rays 6-3 in Port Charlotte, Florida.
The Red Sox will play a pair split-squad games on Monday, facing the Blue Jays in Dunedin and the Rays in Port Charlotte and Tampa Bay Rays in Sarasota.
The Boston Red Sox have taken the safe approach with designated hitter David Ortiz this spring, as the 37-year-old recovers from an Achilles injury that caused him to miss the final two-and-a-half months of the 2012 season.
Newcomer Mike Carp has reported to Fort Myers, and is ready to make his impression on the Boston Red Sox.
David Ortiz’s recent history is undoubtedly full of negatives, but his outlook for the near future seems to still be positive.