Shane Victorino declared that he had nothing left to prove in the game of baseball, except for staying healthy.
Tony Mazz passes along his thoughts following the first weeks of Red Sox spring training.
After ascending to the majors last season, Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts has had quite the offseason.
WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche checks in with a few observations from Red Sox Spring Training!
John Farrell said if Shane Victorino is healthy, he will be the Red Sox starting right fielder.
“I have to prove that I’m healthy. I don’t have to prove anything else in regards to the game of baseball.”
What will the Red Sox do with their surplus-outfield situation?
To Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell, it hardly seems possible that just 11 months ago his team was celebrating the World Series championship on the field at Fenway Park.
The 2014 season has ended early for Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino.
Shane Victorino is back on the disabled list.