When the Red Sox began seeking a new hitting coach, all roads led to Chili Davis . . . for many reasons.
Red Sox reliever Craig Breslow indicates to Rob Bradford of WEEI.com that he expects the Red Sox to decline his $4 million option following a rough year in which he posted a 5.96 ERA.
By many metrics, baseball is thriving. But not on national TV, where the World Series can't outdraw a regular-season football game.
2yThe Red Sox are still in the hunt for that second wild card spot, but the way they're playing now, do they really have a chance at getting there?
2yThe Sox can sell, or they can stand pat. But here's hoping they aren't in the buying mood at the trade deadline.
2yThe Red Sox aren't out of the hunt for the second wild card spot in the American League. Even so, it wouldn't be all that wise to deal a future building block for a chance at a one-game playoff.
2yThe Boston Herald's John Tomase thinks Jon Lester eventually will rebound to his previous level . . . but not in 2012.
2ySean McAdam and Maureen Mullen assess where the Red Sox stand . . . and it ain't pretty.
2yHere's your wakeup call -- a combination of newsworthy andor interesting tidbits from around the world of sports -- for Tuesday, July 24.
2yFelix Doubront didn't have the stuff the Red Sox were hoping for on Monday, giving up six runs in five-plus innings. That performance was more than enough to earn the Sox a loss.