Kevin Youkilis heads to Japan
Today Major League Baseball is less one Greek God.
Kevin Youkilis' time in Major League Baseball seems to be coming to an end, as the former Red Sox infielder is heading to Japan to play for the Rakuten Eagles according to reports out of Japan (via Patrick Newman of NPB Tracker).
Daily Red Sox Links: Stephen Drew, Jackie Bradley, Andrew Miller
Today's links feature stories on a possible return for Stephen Drew, questioning the readiness of Jackie Bradley, and an update on the health of Andrew Miller.
John Farrell said on Thursday that he he would like the Red Sox and
Is this the 2014 Red Sox' roster?
They've got time left to work, but the Red Sox may already have put the finishing touches on their major league roster for 2014.
There are still better than three months to go until the beginning of the regular season, but the Red Sox may very well have their 25-man roster figured out after trading Franklin Morales to the Rockies for Jonathan Herrera. Here's how it looks:
Plotting the 2015 Red Sox rotation
We all know what the 2014 rotation is going to look like, so let's skip a year and see what needs to happen for 2015 to work.
The 2014 Red Sox rotation isn't set in stone, as a trade to whittle down the options from six to five could still occur. The pitchers fighting ...
Masahiro Tanaka and the Red Sox: A match made somewhere besides where matches are made
Could the Red Sox make a run at the best pitcher available?
Yesterday at Boston.com, the excellent Chad Finn made a suggestion I haven't heard anywhere else. He suggested the
Where will the 2013 Red Sox be in 5 years?
Scattered to the winds, of course, but where will they all land?
Five years after the 2004 World Series, Pedro Martinez found himself back on the mound at Yankee Stadium in October, hurling...
Daily Red Sox Links: Jonathan Herrera, Masashiro Tanaka, Stephen Drew
Today's links look heavily at the acquisition of utility infielder Jonathan Herrera, some coaching changes in the minor league system, and how likely it is that Stephen Drew still comes back.
Alex Speier breaks down the trade between Colorado in Boston, which will bring utility infielder