If it's not the offense, it's the pitching. If it's not the pitching, it's the defense. The Sox are finding the start of this 2014 season a bit problematic.
John Lackey and the Red Sox face off against Michael Pineda and the New York Yankees. Follow the action here.
Daniel Nava is a victim of the numbers: His team's, which needs to make a roster spot for Shane Victorino, and his own, as he's struggled at the plate so far this year.
1wJacoby Ellsbury meets the media before the Red Sox's first game at Yankee Stadium and steers clear of controversy in talking about his old team.
1wThe Yankee Stadium dimensions lead John Farrell to move Grady Sizemore to left, where he starts for the first time in his major league career, and keep Jackie Bradley Jr. in center.
1wRed Sox manager John Farrell says replacing Daniel Nava in the leadoff spot with Grady Sizemore gives Nava (.125) a chance to "get his feet on the ground offensively."
1wGrady Sizemore is hitting leadoff and playing left field for the Red Sox tonight in their series-opener with the Yankees.
1wThe Red Sox-Yankee rivalry resumes tonight, but a number of factors -- including the very different team-building philosophies of the two franchises -- make things different than they used to be.
1wFormer Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, who announced Feb. 5 that he has cancer, says he has completed chemotherapy treatment and has radiation treatment ahead.
1wHere's your wakeup call -- a combination of newsworthy and/or interesting tidbits -- for Thursday, April 10.