Roche: Alex Cora's Plan Has Red Sox Offense On Right PathFrom the day he was hired, Alex Cora preached that he wanted the 2018 Red Sox to be a lot like the defending World Series champion Houston Astros. Heading into the playoffs, it looks like the manager has accomplished that goal.
Red Sox-Cardinals Positional Breakdown: Who Has The Advantage In World Series?Who has the advantage? Here's a look around the Internet to see which team is getting the advantage at each position.
Roche: David Ortiz's Unique Team-Building Parties, John Lackey's Chances Of Starting Game 2 And Other Pre-World Series ThoughtsWBZ-TV's Dan Roche shares some quick thoughts as we get ready for Game 1 of the World Series on Wednesday night.
Tough Red Sox Lineup Decisions Await John Farrell In World SeriesJohn Farrell has a very difficult course ahead of him in managing the Red Sox lineup in the World Series.
Red Sox Unbelievable Run Continues On To The World SeriesThe Red Sox just continue to go to work and get the job done.
The Walkoff: Mike Napoli's Early Offense Powers Red Sox To 4-3 Win In Game 5By the second inning of Game 5, the Sox turned the tables on the Tigers, on their way to a 4-3 win to take a 3-2 series lead in the ALCS.
Red Sox Live Blog: Uehara Records Perfect Five-Out Save As Sox Win 4-3It's a pivotal Game 5 in Detroit. Follow along as the Red Sox and Tigers fight to take a 3-2 lead.
Xander Bogaerts Should Start Game 5 For Red SoxThe Red Sox need a change in the lineup, and Xander Bogaerts looks to be ready for his chance.
Dustin Pedroia's Miscue Opens Flood Gates In Second Inning Of Game 4 Loss For Red SoxDustin Pedroia is normally the guy who always comes through for the Red Sox, but his miscue in Game 4 proved very costly.
Red Sox Live Blog: Tigers Win 7-3, Even ALCS At 2-2The Red Sox try to make it 3-1, as the Tigers fight to even the series at 2-2. Follow along with the live blog!
Clay Buchholz, Max Scherzer Square Off In Cy Young-Caliber Matchup In Game 2It will be a battle of two of the best pitchers in baseball in Game 2.
Red Sox Won't Be Doubting Themselves After Getting Shut Out By Tigers In Game 1 Of ALCSThe Red Sox lost Game 1, but they won't be fazed when they take the field in Game 2.
The Walkoff: Tigers Hold Red Sox To Just One Hit In 1-0 ALCS Game 1 VictoryThe Red Sox didn't get a hit until the ninth inning, and the Tigers won 1-0 in Game 1 of the ALCS.
Anibal Sanchez Makes History With Four Strikeouts In First Inning Of ALCSAnibal Sanchez made history in the first inning of Game 1 of the 2013 ALCS.
Red Sox Live Blog: Tigers Take Game 1 After Boston's Rally Falls Short In NinthThe ALCS is here in Boston! Follow along for updates all night from Game 1!