Unlike the Yankees, the Red Sox don't plan to spend money at will. GM Ben Cherington is figuring out how to handle the luxury tax threshold.
Red Sox GM Ben Cherington says he's fine with keeping the pitching staff the way it is, but the team is still receiving calls from other teams about trades.
2yWelcome to the third edition of 1-2-3 Inning, a step inside the Boston Red Sox bullpen and a look at the individuals who make up this cohesive unit. Now up, Dan Wheeler.
2yIt seemed like Tim Wakefield would finally get his 200th win, but then Daniel Bard and Matt Albers blew that chance. The Sox lose it 11-10.
2yDespite Marco Scutaro's recent hot streak, Red Sox manager Terry Francona won't guarantee that he'll start every game at shortstop once the playoffs start.
2yAs Josh Beckett and Erik Bedard get healthy, the Red Sox might lose out on the AL East title, and they may not get the opponent they want in the Divisional Series. But that wouldn't be such a bad trade-off.
2yWelcome to First Pitch, a quick spin around the world of Major League Baseball . . . or at least the corner of it that most concerns the Red Sox.
2yThe A's traded Conor Jackson to the Red Sox for Jason Rice, but lost him on waivers to the Cleveland Indians. So in essence, they traded Conor Jackson for nothing.
2yJust one day after being blanked by the Jays, the Red Sox wake up to the tune of 14 runs. Jon Lester did his job on the other end, allowing just three hits in seven innings.