Let's relive the Red Sox 2004 World Series: Bloody Sock 2 in Game 2
Curt Schilling takes the mound for the last time before he gets non-experimental surgery on his ankle.
Game 2 of the 2004 World Series is probably best thought of as the moment it became likely that the Red Sox would finally win it all. It would not have felt that way. It would have still felt like an amateur tightrope walk, where the winds always had the power to knock y...
Taking a look at the second-tier of free agent starting pitchers
While most of the focus has been on who will be Boston's next ace, here are some names who could fill out the middle of the rotation.
The offseason is still very young (and hasnâ€™t even started for a couple teams), but there is already a clear talking point that will likely dominate the entire winter. Who is going to top the rotation next year? Will the...
Daily Red Sox Links: Yoenis Cespedes, Junichi Tazawa, Shane Victorino
Today's links look at Yoenis's potential, Tazawa's morale and the chances that Shane Victorino can come back and contribute.
Chili Davis thinks Yoenis Cespedes could be great. (
Red Sox announce hiring of hitting coach Chili Davis, retain Victor Rodriguez as assistant hitting coach
The hiring of the new Red Sox hitting coach is official.
The Red Sox have found their replacement for former hitting coach Greg Colbrunn. The team announced the hiring of Chili Davis as the club's major league hitting coach. The team also announced that assistant hitting co...
Dustin Pedroia, Yoenis Cespedes, Jackie Bradley Jr. named Gold Glove finalists
Three Red Sox have been named finalists for Rawlings Gold Glove awards.
The Red Sox will have three shots at a Gold Glove this year, with Dustin Pedroia, Yoenis Cespedes, and Jackie Bradley Jr. being named finalists for second base, left field, and center field respectively.
For Pedroia, this is nothing new. He's constantly in the mix, and should probably win m...
Reliving the 2004 World Series: Mark Bellhorn's dinger wins Game 1
Game 1 of the 2004 World Series was the most back-and-forth contest of the series and also its highest score game. It served as a reminder that there was still work to be done even after the incredible high of the ALCS comeback.
The 2004 Red Sox had already done the impossible. They had defeated the Yankees in the ALCS after falling behind 3-0. It felt miraculous. It felt incredibl...
Christian Vazquez vs. the Mendoza line
As it stands, Christian Vazquez will be Boston's starting catcher in 2015. Can they afford to sacrifice offense in the name of superlative defense?
From 1974 to 1982, Mario Mendoza played in 686 major league games for the Pirates, Mariners, and Rangers, collecting 1,456 plate appearances. Those plate appearances established what is today known as the Me...
David Ortiz's shoes sure are covered in spikes
Big Papi's wardrobe is fascinating and amazing.
David Ortiz is either punk rock as all get out, or he thinksÂ Bowser is a snazzy dresser.
Big Papi bringing it with the kicks tonight.
Is James Shields still worth $100 million to the Red Sox after his playoff implosion?
James Shields was a mess in Game 1 of the World Series, and his postseason track record is not strong. Should the Red Sox care?
James Shields has been one of baseball's best pitchers since 2011, when his career went from good to great following some adjustments to ensure that 2010 never happened again. He'll be a free agent for the first time this winter, and is set t...
What's in store for Allen Craig in 2015?
Allen Craig's 2014 was a complete disaster. What will the Red Sox do with him in 2015?
July 31 was kind of a crazy day around these parts, as the Red Sox were right in the middle of some of the biggest deals of the trade deadline. I was working that day, so I was unable to really look at any of the deals until after all the dust had settled...
David Ortiz crashes Jake Peavy's World Series press conference
Well, Papi is credentialed, but he still managed to crash it.
David Ortiz is a member of the media during the World Series, as he's gone the route of another beloved Red Sox in Pedro Martinez and joined a postseason television crew. That means Big Papi has access to any number of things, such as former teammate Jake Peavy during his World Series press conference.