Jackie Bradley Jr. Back With Red Sox After Paternity LeaveThe Red Sox will have May's American League Player of the Month back in the lineup Friday night at Fenway Park as they open an important series against the Toronto Blue Jays.
Red Sox Place Jackie Bradley Jr. On Paternity Leave List; Rusney Castillo Called Up From PawtucketOutfielder Rusney Castillo is finally back with the big league Red Sox, but it doesn't really have anything to do with his output in the minors.
David Ortiz Sits, Sandoval And Castillo Get First Starts Of 2016After losing his job to Travis Shaw in Spring Training, Pablo Sandoval receives his first start of the season on Saturday against Toronto.
Starting Brock Holt In Left Field Indicates Farrell Will Be Aggressive In 2016Starting Holt shows that Farrell is willing to make whatever move he deems necessary to win now, regardless of a player's pay-grade.
Rusney Castillo: Baseball Can Open Many Doors For Cubans To Emigrate To U.S.Castillo, who defected in order to sign a $72.5 million contract with the Red Sox, views the game as a manifestation of hope of and opportunity for Cuban baseball players and the general population alike.
Are The Red Sox Banking Too Heavily On Bradley, Castillo?Here we are again. Is transitioning from paper to the field ever really that straightforward?
Which Young Red Sox Should Dombrowski Hold On To?Which Red Sox prospects are worth hanging onto, and which should Dave Dombrowski feel OK trading away? Zolak & Bertrand discuss, and you can vote which ones you want to see remain in Boston.
Rusney Castillo Forgets How Many Outs There AreEven Hanley Ramirez has to feel a little bit better about his less-than-stellar defense after what he witnessed Wednesday night.
Red Sox Send Rusney Castillo To Triple-A PawtucketThe $72.5 million man is heading back to the minors.
Illness, Minimal Run Support No Problem For BuchholzClay Buchholz was a little under the weather leading up to his start against the Twins on Tuesday night, but you would have never known it based on his performance.
Fantasy Baseball Season Is One-Third Over, So What Does Your Team Need To Win?Two months into baseball season, and it's time to assess what categories your fantasy team needs to improve—and win. On offense, you want to find players that can help your team batting average, for example, or move you up a few places in steals. For the pitching side, do you need more wins or saves? Figuring out now where the biggest gains are to be had in your league will make all the difference through the summer months.