Grady Sizemore will likely be the Red Sox’ starting center fielder come opening day on Monday, but he won’t be the first batter to step to the plate when Boston begins their World Series defense.
Jon Heyman joined Gresh & Zo for his weekly chat, and is excited to see if Grady Sizemore can complete his comeback for the Red Sox.
Could Grady Sizemore be the Red Sox’ opening day center fielder? Peter Abraham discusses with Toucher and Rich.
There are some fun goings-on and European vacation giveaways in Boston this coming St. Patrick’s Day weekend.
Who will take over for Jacoby Ellsbury atop the Red Sox lineup? The Boston Herald’s Scott Lauber joined The Adam Jones Show to discuss.
The Red Sox are in good shape heading into 2014, but a lot needs to be worked out before the season begins. Here’s what to keep an eye on during spring training.
Grady Sizemore hasn’t played baseball in more than two years, but he said he is good to go and ready to show the Red Sox what he has this spring.
If you want a first-hand look at the Boston Red Sox winning the World Series, and then celebrating like the champs they are, then you’re in luck.
Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino underwent surgery on his right thumb, but is expected to be ready for spring training.
CBSSports.com MLB Insider, Jon Heyman joined Gresh & Zo and gave an update from the Winter Meetings.