The 2015 Major League Baseball season gets underway on Sunday, and we want to take your pulse on some of the biggest questions surrounding the Red Sox.
As decisions on the Opening Day roster loom, John Farrell makes two things pretty clear Monday: Shane Victorino is his right fielderand Koji Uehara will open the season on the DL.
4yCarl Crawford used to give the Red Sox fits on the basepaths. Now, he'll be a headache for everyone else.
4yVeteran shortstop Marco Scutaro -- who earned respect in the clubhouse for playing hurt all last year -- is finally pain-free and aiming for a better season.
4yLast season, David Ortiz beat himself up when he struggled in April. This year, he says a slow start won't bother him.
4yAdrian Gonzalez is happy to be a member of the Red Sox, but he'd be even more pleased if his shoulder and his contract were figured out.
4ySeveral Red Sox have said they believe their team can win 100 games this season. Theo Epstein tried to tap the breaks.
4yMike Cameron helped successfully recruit Carl Crawford to Boston . . . and he accepts the backup role he's now filling as a result.
4y19-year-old William Abreu, who was signed out of the Dominican Republic last year and has yet to play a professional game, received a 50-game ban after testing positive for Deca-Durabolin.