Will the Red Sox, coming off consecutive last-place finishes under John Farrell, be tempted to make a quick change if they start slowly?
Addressing some smaller, but not-so-insignificant questions for the Red Sox as spring training approaches.
Dave Dombrowski's in-season approach will probably be different than Ben Cherington's. How different? Let us count the ways . . .
3yIt's June, and the Orioles hot start feels as distant as the Red Sox cold one.
3yThe Red Sox second baseman, sidelined for the last week because of a jammed thumb, returns to the lineup for the opener of Boston's series against the Orioles.
3yThe Red Sox made three picks in the first round of the 2012 MLB draft, a shortstop and two pitchers. They're happy with the players that they got.
3yThe Red Sox dipped into the NCAA pitcher pool by drafting University of Florida righthander Brian Johnson, and
3yThe Red Sox choose Arizona State University shortstop Deven Marrero with their first pick in the 2012 MLB draft.
3yJon Heyman of Bleacher Report reports that the Dodgers, Phillies and Diamondbacks have inquired about the Red Sox veteran.
3ySo far this eason, Daniel Nava has walked more times than he's struck out