Marlins 'outraged' by Red Sox road roster in most spring training/Marlins story ever
Boston's light road lineup has given rise to a story that just screams "spring training" and "Miami Marlins" in equal parts.
The Miami Marlins were "outraged" by the Red Sox' roster for Thursday's spring training game between the two clubs
2014 Red Sox top prospect voting: That's a wrap
Alex Hassan finishes it off: we have ourselves a list.
Ladies, gentlemen, we have ourselves a list:
Xander Bogaerts, SS
Jackie Bradley Jr., CF
Garin Cecchini, 3B
Henry Owens LHP
Matt Barnes, RHP
Blake Swihart, C
Don Orsillo takes batting practice, is predictably awkward
The cool thing about teams embracing social media is someone recording NESN announcers taking batting practice.
Don Orsillo is a wonderful announcer. For my proverbial money, he's one of the best in the baseball, and I'm continually shocked he hasn't moved on from NESN and the Red Sox
The Red Sox Epic Battle for utility man
Brock Holt vs. Jonathan Herrera. Only one man can win. Feel the excitement.
Let's face it. Spring training is incredibly boring. After a long offseason -- especially during a winter that's been as miserable as this year's has been -- that can be strange to hear, since it feels wonderful that baseball is back. But after that first week or so of camp, it st...
The OTM Red Sox Lineup: Crowdsourcing versus Crowd Members
One last vote on the right-handed lineup: the crowdsourced lineup, or the lineup of individual crowd members?
One last vote on the right-handed lineup. The two most popular "crowd" lineups were by breandan:
Daniel Nava, LF
Speaking while carrying a big stick: On David Ortiz, the media, and players being human
When ballplayers talk, it's worth remembering that there's a person under that jersey.
One thing that's fascinating to watch, as a Boston fan, is when non-Boston teams and players get caught in an ultimately meaningless media kerfuffle. Just such a kerfuffle has unfolded in Texas and Detroit, thanks to the reporting of
Red Sox vs. Marlins lineups: Minor leaguers hit the road
The Pawtucket Red Sox are making the trip to Jupiter, it seems.
Another road game, another road roster for the Red Sox, with Jackie Bradley Jr. the biggest name headed out to Jupiter.
Boston Red Sox (1-5)
Jackie Bradley Jr., CF
Alex Hassan, LF
Garin Cecchini, 3B
Christian Vazquez's arm is ridiculous, dot GIF
Seriously, just watch him in action.
Christian Vazquez doesn't get as much love as fellow Red Sox catching prospect
The Over The Monster Podcast, Episode 96: Capuano, Fenway, and ARG!
Podcasts are listenable talky things in your ears but also in a pod with a cast! Silly! This one has baseball in it!
It's your favorite weekly hour-ish of semi-intelligent Red Sox babble! Matt and Brendan are back and they're talking about all the Red Sox news that is and isn't fit to print, which ...
Daily Red Sox Links: Will Middlebrooks, Jake Peavy, Jon Lester
Today's links look at what has gone wrong early on in spring training, Jarrod Saltalamacchia's feelings, and all of the pitching depth throughout the farm system.
It's early March, so everything should be taken with a grain of salt, but pitching and defense is a concern for the team right now. (
FOX's Keys to the Game are garbage, with bonus Daniel Nava GIF
Daniel Nava hit a lead-off homer, and FOX is already in mid-season, keys-to-the-game form.
The Red Sox are playing the Cardinals right now -- unless you are reading this after the game...
Keith Law names Mookie Betts the 'most blocked' prospect in baseball
Where oh where will Mookie Betts wind up?
Boston's farm system and the prospects therein have received its fair share of accolades these past few months, but here's a new one for you: Mookie Betts is baseball's most-blocked prospect, at least according to Keith Law.
What does ...
What can we expect from Xander Bogaerts?
It's Xander's rookie season, and we're all excited, but what should we be expecting him to do?
Xander Bogaerts will be the starting shortstop for the 2014 Red Sox in his rookie season. That...
Jake Peavy might start 2014 on the disabled list
His fishing accident could end up costing him time after all.
Jake Peavy cut his finger with a knife this past weekend, while trying to prepare to go fishing with his son. It was an unfortunate accident, one that resulted in surgery on his non-throwing hand thanks to a s...
Red Sox prospect Garin Cecchini can really hit
Let's not exhaust all of our enthusiasm on Xander Bogaerts and Jackie Bradley -- Garin Cecchini can really play, too.
Everyone agrees that Garin Cecchini can hit.
"Excellent hand/eye coordination; natural bat-to-ball skills; hit tool could end up well above...
Daily Red Sox Links: Dustin Pedroia, Jackie Bradley, Grady Sizemore
Today's links look at the importance (or lack thereof) of a captain, a position-by-position comparison between the 2013 and 2014 rosters, and how Clay Buchholz is feeling.
While he seems like a good fit, don't expect Dustin Pedroia to be made a captain any time soon...
Red Sox injury update: David Ross, Shane Victorino, Matt Barnes
There's plenty of injury news for the Red Sox. Which isn't a great thing.
The Grapefruit League schedule has barely begun, but already the Red Sox have more than their fair share of bumps and bruises. Here's the latest on the players dealing with injuries:
A.J. Pierzynski, who once again dealt with ankle issues in Monday's game against the Pirates, will ...
Red Sox place 11th in Baseball Prospectus' 25-and-under rankings
The farm system is loaded, but there are teams with more young talent out there than the Sox.
Baseball Prospectus loves the Red Sox farm system, but prospects aren't everything involved with youth, you know. Non-prospects who have recently graduated to the majors are not to be forgotten about when ...
Red Sox vs. Rays lineups: Clay Buchholz makes spring debut
Clay Buchholz is on the mound for the first time in 2014, with plenty of backup in the starting lineup.
Clay Buchholz will be the second member of Boston's rotation to take the hill for the Red Sox this spring, getting the start Tuesday afternoon as the Sox take on their AL East rivals in the Rays.
Buchholz will have some solid support behind him. With the Red Sox on the roa...
Which Red Sox players can we use MLBAM's new defense technology for?
MLB Advanced Media has made an exciting announcement in tracking various parts of every game, and it could have give us a better understanding of a few Red Sox players.
Over the weekend, at the Sloan Sports Analytics conference right here in Boston,
Daily Red Sox Links: Koji Uehara, Garin Cecchini, Drake Britton
Today's links include stories on Koji Uehara's Monday, Garin Cecchini's baseball acumen, and a friendship between Drake Britton and a former Red Sox farmhand.
Read what some of Red Sox players had to say about