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Biggest Red Sox busts in recent memory
Rusney Castillo may be the biggest bust in Red Sox history, but there've been others. Here are some other recent ones. 
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Biggest Red Sox busts in recent memory
Rusney Castillo may be the biggest bust in Red Sox history, but there've been others. Here are some other recent ones.
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MLB players' union agrees to pitchless intentional walks
The players' association has agreed to Major League Baseball's proposal to have intentional walks without pitches this year.
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David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox in the 2016 ALDS
Bean: There's no way to spin a potential Ortiz return as a bad idea
Don't worry about legacies. If David Ortiz wants to return, the Red Sox should absolutely roll the dice. 
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MLB may make rule changes for '18 season
Major League Baseball intends to push forward with the process that could lead to possible rule changes involving the strike zone, installation of pitch clocks and limits on trips to the pitcher's mound.
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David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox in the 2016 ALDS
Mazz: '0% chance Ortiz comes out of retirement'
Tony Massarotti in the Cumberland Farms lounge believes there is 0% chance David Ortiz comes out of retirement.
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David Ortiz and old Red Sox teammate Pedro Martinez celebrate Ortiz's retirement as a player.
Martinez: 'Still optimistic' Ortiz will return in 2017
Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez touches on subjects such as David Ortiz coming back, and advice he’s giving to Chris Sale and David Price.
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Chris Sale and David Price discuss golfing and video gaming together
In the second episode of "The Baseball Show Podcast", Trenni Kusnierek is joined by Chris Sale and David price. Plus, Dave Dombrowski talks about filling the leadership void left by David Ortiz.
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Drellich: Back end of Red Sox bullpen is cause for concern
Tom Giles and Evan Drellich discuss concerns over the Red Sox bullpen.
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Sale not concerned about who is Red Sox' ace
Trenni sits with Chris Sale and David Price during spring training in Fort Meyers.
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Moreland not worried about filling Ortiz's shoes because 'there's no replacing him'
Mitch Moreland's not listening to those who say he needs to replace David Ortiz's production; he knows it needs to be a team effort.
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Report from the Fort: Trenni and Lou discuss pitching
Trenni Kusnierek and Lou Merloni comment on Tyler Thornburg's, Steven Wright's and Drew Pomeranz's work at Red Sox training camp on Monday.
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Betts: Coming in second in MVP voting felt like an 'epic fail'
Trenni goes one on one with Mookie Betts during spring training to talk about being the runner-up for the MVP, and looking forward to 2017. 
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Red Sox rookie Andrew Benintendi makes his first start in Seattle.
Merloni: Benintendi stronger, more prepared for this season
Lou Merloni goes one on one with Andrew Benintendi. Merloni and Trenni discuss the outfielder's game.
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David Ortiz has new interpretation of 'spring training'
For those holding out hope in the Boston Red Sox nation, David Ortiz made it clear he's staying retired.
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JBJ explains why he wouldn't skip White House visit
Boston Red Sox outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. doesn't plan on skipping any future White House trips.
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Dombrowski: There's a lot of talent on this Red Sox team
Trenni Kusnierek talks with Dave Dombrowski about the Red Sox clubhouse and their expectations for the 2017 season.
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Pedroia: Red Sox got a taste of playoffs and want more
Trenni Kusnierek chats with Dustin Pedroia about spring training, last year's Red Sox team, and more
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Red Sox purchase contract of Mexican League RHP Velazquez
The Red Sox purchased the contract of right-hander Hector Velazquez, 28, from Campeche of the Mexican League on Saturday. His minor league deal is pending a physical
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What could be the Achilles heel for the Red Sox this season?
Greg Dickerson and Evan Drellich review possible challenges the Boston Red Sox could face this season.
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Swihart and Red Sox 'not concerned' about catcher's throwing woes
Blake Swihart, moved back to catcher, is having trouble throwing the ball back to the pitcher. But he and the Sox say it's no big deal.
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After 15 years, some quiet time for John Henry
John Henry's had success with the Red Sox, but there've been mistakes and verbal missteps, too. So now he's dialing it down a bit.
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Dombrowski: Hanley Ramirez 'one of our leaders'
Hanley Ramirez' second stint with the Red Sox didn't begin particularly smoothly, but the team sees him as a leader as he enters his third season back in Boston.
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Sandoval aims to show Red Sox that less is more
There's no denying Pablo Sandoval looks better. Now the slimmer Panda wants to 'prove to the team that I can be the Red Sox third baseman.'
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Boston Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts talks to Trenni Kusnierek at spring training.
Mookie Betts: ‘I just want to be more consistent with my at-bats’
Mookie Betts tells Trenni Kusnierek he doesn’t necessarily be ‘better’ than last season, but be more consistent to stave off the late-season struggles he experienced last year. 
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PODCAST: Exclusive interviews with Mookie Betts and Dustin Pedroia
In Episode 1 of Season 2 of "The Baseball Show Podcast" Trenni Kusnierek sits down with Red Sox centerfielder Mookie Betts and second baseman Dustin Pedroia.
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Ramirez plays the Big Papi role with media, teases about possible Ortiz return
Though he followed it by shouting "David's not coming back," Hanley Ramirez said he and David Ortiz discussed the possibility of the retired DH returning. 
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The most hyped Boston sports teams since 2001
The Red Sox are favorites to win the World Series, making them one of the most hyped Boston teams in recent memory. How have the others fared?
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Farrell proud of how Ramirez handled comeback season
Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez are the only members not seen early at Red Sox spring training, but manager John Farrell is not worried because of improvements he saw from Hanley Ramirez last season.
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Tomase: How will Red Sox starters handle pressure of Boston?
John Tomase joins Arbella Early Edition to give his expectations of how the Red Sox starters will handle the pressure of Boston.
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Merloni: Sale is saying all the right things, but who doesn't?
Chris Sale says he wants to win, win, win in Boston, but so did David Price, which makes Lou Merloni believe that it doesn't matter what you say it's how you pitch.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale throws at spring training in Fort Myers, Fla.
Tales from the Red Sox clubhouse: Price says Sale knows what he's getting into
David Price's advice for Chris Sale's first year in Boston? "Go out and be Chris Sale."  
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Red Sox well aware how big an addition Sale is to pitching staff
Chris Sale is 6-foot-6, throws hard, and has a deceptive arm angle. No wonder the Red Sox, in Jackie Bradley Jr.'s words, are 'glad he's ours'.
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Tales from the Red Sox clubhouse: Learning to live life without Papi
As the Red Sox gather in Fort Myers for spring training, they're preparing to enter the post-David Ortiz era. And they know it won't be easy.
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Report from Fort Myers: Is third base Pablo Sandoval's job to lose?
Panda looks good . . . is the third-base job his? Trenni Kusnierek and the Boston Herald's Jason Mastrodonato discuss this and other Sox topics.
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Remy reveals his lung cancer has returned
Remy, who was first diagnosed in 2008, tweeted Monday that everything is "under control." 
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Benintendi sweated it out, but Red Sox say they 'never came close' to trading him
The longest two minutes of Andrew Benintendi's life came as he awaited word whether he'd be traded for Chris Sale. He wasn't, and he's delighted.
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DiSarcina takes over Lovullo's role as Red Sox bench coach
After spending time as a minor league manager for the Red Sox and third base coach for the Angels, Gary DiSarcina is finally getting his turn on his hometown team's coaching staff.
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Red Sox bullpen gassed-up for 2017
After being fronted by deceptive, slow-throwing relievers, expect the Red Sox bullpen to finally start bringing the heat in 2017. 
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Tyler Thornburg, the other pitcher the Red Sox acquired
Travis Shaw was shipped out of Boston for Tyler Thornburg in the offseason, but the Red Sox new reliever soon got overlooked when Dave Dombrowski traded for Chris Sale.
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Still-slimmer Sandoval reports to Red Sox camp
Pablo Sandoval, having kept off the weight that he lost last year, reports to Red Sox camp eight days before schedule.
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Better comeback: 2004 Red Sox or 2016 Patriots?
Steve Buckley, Lou Merloni, and Gary Tanguay debate on which Boston sports comeback was better.
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Most Red Sox pass on playing in World Baseball Classic
With the World Baseball Classic rosters officially announced Wednesday night, Boston will only be represented by two players off its Major League roster.
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Carlos Quentin, formerly of the San Diego Padres, has reportedly signed a minor league deal with the Boston Red Sox.
Report: Red Sox sign OF Carlos Quentin to minor league contract
The Red Sox have signed outfielder Carlos Quentin, 34, who hasn't played in the major leagues since 2014, to a minor league contract, Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports and MLB Network reports.
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Do Red Sox have too many left-handed starters?
The Red Sox starting 2016 with David Price as the lone lefty in the starting rotation, but this year's staff has a different look.
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Lady Gaga to play Fenway in September
Coming off her halftime performance during the Patriots’ overtime victory over the Falcons in Super Bowl LI, Lady Gaga announced the Joanne World Tour, which will take her to Fenway Park on Friday, Sept.
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Kimbrel's goal: Bounce back from worst statistical season
Craig Kimbrel has been one of the games best closers since he got the full-time job with Atlanta in 2011, but he wasn't himself in 2016.
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Report: Ex-Sox starter Bronson Arroyo returns to Reds
A member of the Red Sox 2004 World Series team Bronson Arroyo has reportedly signed with the Reds.
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Manager John Farrell pulls Fernando Abad after a rough outing.
Red Sox defeat Abad in MLB's first arbitration case of year
The Boston Red Sox have defeated pitcher Fernando Abad in Major League Baseball's first salary arbitration hearing this year.
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Red Sox go to arbitration with player for first time since 2002
The Red Sox and left-handed reliever Fernando Abad go to arbitration, the Sox' first hearing since one with Rolando Arrojo in 2002.
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Avoiding the 'sophomore slump' next on Benintendi’s to-do list
Ranked MLB's top prospect to start 2017, Andrew Benintendi started his big league career on the right foot -- can he pick up where he left off in 2016.
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Sale appreciative, but not fazed by Red Sox fan base
Chris Sale isn't worried about breaking the trend of new Red Sox starters struggling for a year in Boston -- which is precisely why he'll succeed. 
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Man on a mission: Blake Swihart wants to catch again
After losing his catching job and sustaining a season-ending ankle injury as a left fielder, Blake Swihart has one goal in mind: be the Red Sox starting catcher.
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Two years later, Porcello lone man standing from 'five aces' fiasco
It's only been two seasons since the Red Sox had an aceless starting rotation, and only one arm from that staff is still starting in Boston.
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A frustrated David Price allowed five runs to the Yankees but the Red Sox came away with the victory.
Price: I can fix the problems I had in 2016
His first season didn't go exactly as planned, so Red Sox left-hander David Price is doing what's necessary to make 2017 better.
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Red Sox to retire David Ortiz's No. 34 on Friday, June 23
The Red Sox -- who announced at the end of last season that they would bypass their normal requirements for retiring a player's number and would immediately retire David Ortiz's No, 34 -- will hold the cerem
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Drew Pomeranz of the Boston Red Sox throws a pitch
Pomeranz, Red Sox avoid arbitration, agree to $4.45 million contract
All-Star left-hander Drew Pomeranz and the Boston Red Sox agreed to a $4.45 million, one-year contract, avoiding a salary arbitration hearing next month.
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Ex-Red Sox catcher Hanigan agrees to minor-league contract with Phillies
The Phillies have agreed to a minor league contract with Ryan Hanigan and invited the catcher to major league spring training.
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First baseman/outfielder Steve Selsky has been claimed by the Boston Red Sox off waivers from the Cincinnati Reds.
Red Sox claim OF/1B Steve Selsky off waivers from Reds
The Red Sox have claimed outfielder/first baseman Steve Selsky off waivers from the Cincinnati Reds.
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Former Cleveland Indians third baseman and top Boston Red Sox prospect Andy Marte was killed in a car crash in the Dominican Republic.
Former Red Sox prospect Andy Marte killed in car crash in Dominican Republic
Former major leaguer Andy Marte, a one-time top prospect in the Red Sox organization, was killed in a car crash in the Dominican Republic on Sunday. He was 33.
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Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura was killed in a car crash in the Dominican Republic. He was 25.
Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura killed in car crash in Dominican Republic
Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura was killed in a car crash in in the Dominican Republic on Sunday morning. Ventura was 25 years old.
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David Ortiz and old Red Sox teammate Pedro Martinez celebrate Ortiz's retirement as a player.
Pedro Martinez: Ortiz will make comeback this season
Hall of Fame pitcher Pedro Martinez tells WEEI that his old Red Sox teammate David Ortiz will make a comeback this season.
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Chris Sale traded to Red Sox
Chris Sale on leaving White Sox: 'Time for both sides to do something different, I guess'
Chris Sale isn't bitter about his ending with Chicago, but is ready to move on to the new chapter in his career with the Red Sox.
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Kennedy in pursuit of Drake for concert at Fenway
The Red Sox are looking to add a big-time act to their list of concerts this summer.
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Sox hope to bring David Ortiz back to Boston for new role
Sam Kennedy, Tom Werner and Dave Dombrowski head to the Dominican Republic next week with a list of objectives, including bringing David Ortiz back to the Red Sox in some capacity.
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Swihart, Wright fully recovered for Red Sox' spring training
After their 2016 seasons were cut short, both Blake Swihart and Steven Wright have recovered and are preparing themselves for spring training.
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Pomeranz had 'experimental' shot in left elbow during offseason
In order to get fully prepared for 2017, Drew Pomeranz had a shot in his elbow at the end of the Red Sox season to deal with some discomfort.
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Porcello following Belichick’s lead, moving 'on to 2017'
Following a strong regular season 2016, paired with his one tough postseason start, Rick Porcello intends to leave the past where it belongs.
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Will Dave Dombrowski and the Red Sox make a big trade?
Red Sox may have fewer spring questions than ever
With pitchers and catchers less than a month away, it seems the Red Sox are in the best preseason position any team could hope to be.
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Francona, Epstein receive grand ovations at BBWAA dinner
Terry Francona receives a 45-second standing ovation from Boston fans upon receiving the MLB Manager of the Year award from the BBWAA Thursday
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Offseason just like any other for Bogaerts
After cooling down from a hot start to 2016, Xander Bogaerts knows he's equipped to deal with the highs and lows the 162-game schedule presents.
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Sandoval’s transformation no guarantee he starts
Pablo Sandoval has dropped weight, but he still has to prove himself on the field to John Farrell and Dave Dombrowski to earn his job back.
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Robbie Scott of the Boston Red Sox
Scott's taste of big-league life with Red Sox has him hungering for more
Robby Scott is the only one in this year's Red Sox Development Program with MLB experience, and he's looking forward to returning to Boston.
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Sam Travis 'not at all' worried about knee
One of the Red Sox' top hitting prospects, Sam Travis, says the torn ACL that ended his 2016 season isn't on his mind as he prepares for 2017. 
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Bagwell, Raines, Ivan Rodriguez elected to Hall of Fame
Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez were elected to baseball's Hall of Fame on Wednesday
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Sam Travis among nine non-roster invitees added to Red Sox spring training roster
The Red Sox have a total of 15 non-roster spring training invitees after adding nine on Wednesday.
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CSN CHICAGO: Lester's White House absence due to death in family, not political statement
Jon Lester, who visited the White House with the Red Sox in 2014, missed Monday's ceremony with the Cubs because of a death in the family.
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Which Sox and Yanks HOF candidates deserve the nod in 2017?
Of the 34 players on the 2017 Hall of Fame ballot, 19 are tied to the Red Sox or New York Yankees. Who deserves a nod this year?
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Ortiz quells comeback speculation: 'My playing time has expired'
Forget that cryptic Tweet to the Globe. David Ortiz isn't walking through that door, fans. At least not as a player.
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Red Sox avoid arbitration with Bogaerts, Holt with 1-year deals
Shortstop Xander Bogaerts, utilityman Brock Holt, pitchers Joe Kelly, Robbie Ross Jr., Tyler Thornburgh and catcher Sandy Leon agreed to one-year deals with the Red Sox.   
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Report: Bradley Jr. avoids arbitration, agrees to 1-year, $3.6M deal with Red Sox
Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley avoided arbitration and agreed to a one-year, $3.6 million deal with the team, ESPN reports. 
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Friar: Will Sox ask more of Kimbrel?
After seeing the usage of Andrew Miller and Aroldis Chapman in the postseason, Craig Kimbrel could be called upon differently this year.
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Yoan Moncada of the Boston Red Sox
CSN CHICAGO: Moncada has own ‘expectations’ after Sale trade
Yoan Moncada wants the White Sox to look good for making him the centerpiece of the Chris Sale trade.
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Which Sox, Yanks HOF candidates deserve nod in 2017?
Of the 34 players on the 2017 Hall of Fame ballot, 19 are tied to the Red Sox or New York Yankees. Who deserves a nod this year?
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John Farrell Mookie Betts
Betts, Porcello recipients of 2016 Negro League Baseball Museum Legacy Awards
Although he got snubbed in the AL MVP voting, Mookie Betts took home another award for his outstanding play in 2016. 
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Friar: Rodriguez may be wrong man out of rotation
Dave Dombrowski says Steven Wright and Drew Pomeranz will be Red Sox starters. But they might be better with Eduardo Rodriguez in the mix.
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Manny Ramirez to play professionally in Japan
Manny's being Manny again, but this time he's giving it another go in Japan.
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Chris Sale traded to Red Sox
Bean: This kind of Sale can be a good buy
Trading a boatload of prospects for Chris Sale has some Red Sox fans worried. But which prospects are traded makes all the difference.
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No trade imbalance for Sox in prospects-for-vets deals
What's the difference between trading your best prospect and your second-best prospect? Your third vs. your fourth? Past Red Sox trades have shown it's a lot.
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Do the Red Sox have the best outfield in baseball?
Mookie Betts, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Andrew Benintendi have barged into the "Best Outfield in Baseball" conversation.
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20 Under 25 Rankings: #18 - Blake Swihart
Blake Swihart has yet to live up to expectations, and needs to take advantage of whatever chances come his way in 2017.
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20 Under 25 Rankings: #14 - Eduardo Rodriguez
Injuries, and concerns about his mental makeup, has Eduardo Rodriguez facing big questions entering the 2017 season.
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20 Under 25 Rankings: #4 - Andrew Benintendi
Andrew Benintendi still has to show he can maintain his 2016 level of play over a full season, but all signs show he’s up for the task
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20 Under 25 Rankings: #2 - Xander Bogaerts
He's streaky and he's slow to adjust . . . but Xander Bogaerts has the talent to be an All-Star shortstop for years to come.
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20 Under 25 Rankings: #1 - Mookie Betts
Move over, Tom Brady. Mookie Betts has the potential to become the face of Boston sports when Brady finally steps aside.
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Report: Red Sox LHP Eduardo Rodriguez progressing with knee injury
Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez, who injured his knee last week, is walking without pain and expected to be ready for spring training, the Boston Globe reports.
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VIDEO: Is David Price miserable in Boston?
Marc Bertrand explains why he does not think David Price will have a bounce back season in 2017 because he just does not like it in Boston, and wishes he chose another team.
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Report: Rodriguez reinjures knee; Red Sox call it not serious
The Boston Globe reports Eduardo Rodriguez has reinjured his right knee, but Dave Dombrowski says 'it doesn't appear to be anything serious'.
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Report: Red Sox interested in ex-Twins infielder Trevor Plouffe
According to the Boston Herald, the Red Sox may use Plouffe as a compliment to first baseman Mitch Moreland and third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
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Merloni: Indians should be A.L. favorites with Edwin Encarnacion
Lou Merloni believes with the recent signing of Edwin Encarnacion, the Cleveland Inidans should be the American League favorites to head to the World Series.
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Reports: Encarnacion signs with Indians
After an offseason of apparent disinterest from the Red Sox, Edwin Encarnacion has agreed to a deal with the Cleveland Indians. 
Is Panda doing too much on social media?
David Price received a heavy sum of criticism for his presence on social media in his first year with the Red Sox, but the return of Pablo Sandoval make direct the spotlight away from the lefty.
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McAdam: It's all about the money
With the subtraction of Clay Buchholz's salary, the Red Sox payroll obligations for 2017 could fall just under the $195 million threshold.
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Red Sox get non-prospect from Phillies in return for Buchholz
Clay Buchholz is done in Boston. Before you get excited about Tuesday's trade, you might want to see what the Red Sox got back. 
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Report: Brad Ziegler gets $16 million, 2-year deal with Marlins
Brad Ziegler reportedly agrees to a $16 million, two-year contract with the Miami Marlins, who added their second former Boston Red Sox reliever in as many days.
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Brandon Workman, Red Sox reach 1-year deal for $635,000
Right-hander Brandon Workman and the Boston Red Sox have reached agreement on a one-year contract for $635,000.
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Pablo Sandoval
Thinner Sandoval posts progress in gym on Instagram
Pablo Sandoval is clearly trying to put last spring training's mess behind him. 
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Report: Ex-Sox reliever Tazawa agrees to two-year deal with Marlins
Former Red Sox reliever Junichi Tazawa has reportedly agreed to a $12 million, two-year contract with the Miami Marlins.
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Bobby Valentine managed the Boston Red Sox to a disastrous last-place finish in 2012.
Valentine: Talk of Japan ambassadorship is 'just speculation'
Ex-Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine says he's 'honored' to be considered for the post as U.S. ambassador to Japan, but downplays talk of a potential appointment.
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CSN CHICAGO: Eaton has only 1976 throwback jersey Sale didn't destroy
Adam Eaton, who was traded to the Nationals in exchange for three pitching prospects last week, said he wasn't going to take sides when the incident happened
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20 Under 25
Which Red Sox player will be the highest rated in CSN's "20 Under 25" rankings?
The Boston Red Sox have the deepest pool of talent represented in this year's "20 Under 25" list. Who gets your vote?
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Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine with Kevin Youkilis in 2012.
Youkilis weighs in on Valentine possibly being Japan ambassador
“Looks like I won’t be able to visit Japan for the next 4 years,” ex-Red Sox star Kevin Youkilis tweets about his old manager.
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Bobby Valentine managed the Boston Red Sox to a disastrous last-place finish in 2012.
Report: Bobby Valentine could be Trump’s US ambassador to Japan
Ex-Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine is on the short list of candidates to be US ambassador to Japan in President Donald Trump’s administration, according to a WEEI.com report.  
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Sandoval: I got lazy after signing big contract with Red Sox
Pablo Sandoval admits to being 'complacent' after signing a five-year, $95 million contract with the Red Sox, and vows to redeem himself in the years ahead.
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Tanguay: Could Red Sox ownership be going for it now, then sell the team?
Could John Henry sell ownership of the Boston Red Sox anytime soon, or does he want to keep winning?  Shaughnessy, Merloni, and Tanguay debate.
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Boston Red Sox reliever Koji Uehara signals for the medical staff after injuring his pectoral muscle
Reports: Uehara agrees to one-year, $4.5 million deal with Cubs
Former Red Sox closer Koji Uehara has reportedly agreed to a one-year, $4.5 million deal with the World Series champion Chicago Cubs.
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Mitch Moreland fancies himself an ideal fit with Red Sox
Mitch Moreland thinks his numbers and attitude make him the type of player that will thrive in Boston. 
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Red Sox make Mitch Moreland signing official
The Red Sox officially announced the signing of first baseman Mitch Moreland Thursday.
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Dombrowski knows ‘winning the winter’ isn’t the ultimate goal
The Red Sox were the talk of the Winter Meetings, but Dave Dombrowski says, “In the winter time, winning doesn’t really mean anything.”
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Red Sox re-acquire INF Rutledge in Rule 5 draft
Looking to bolster their bench, the Red Sox pick up utility infielder Josh Rutledge, who spent parts of two seasons with them. 
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Need a reminder all prospects don’t hit? Happy anniversary, Andy Marte trade
The Red Sox traded a great prospect this week. Thursday is the anniversary of them trading for a great bust. 
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Report: Chapman, Yanks reach agreement on five-year, $86 million deal
Aroldis Chapman reaches agreement to return to the New York Yankees with the highest-priced contract ever for a relief pitcher, an $86 million deal for five years.
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Yoan Moncada of the Boston Red Sox
CSN CHICAGO: Moncada 'thrilled' to reunite with Abreu on White Sox
Yoan Moncada and Jose Abreu were teammates in 2012 when they played for Cienfuegos in Cuba, and now they'll be in the same dugout once again.
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Red Sox notes: Sox did their homework researching Sale's character
For either a big free agent or trade acquisition, clubs want to know everything they can about the individual. New Red Sox starter Chris Sale passes that test for the Red Sox.
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Red Sox 'not going to rush' to trade pitching depth after acquiring Sale
The addition of Chris Sale to the Red Sox' rotation has created a rare glut of starting pitchers, including seven with major league experience.
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Felger: Sale needs to harness his crazy
The Red Sox need a little attitude in their starting rotation. Chris Sale just needs to make sure he uses it for good. 
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Chris Sale traded to Red Sox
With trade rumors finally over, Sale shifts attention to dominating in Boston
Chris Sale felt like "the monkey in the middle" in recent years. Now he's at the front of a rotation that could make a World Series push. 
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Merloni: We won't know how Chris Sale handles Boston until he struggles
Mike Felger, Lou Merloni, and Tim Britton discuss how pitcher Chris Sale fits in Boston, on and off the field.
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Britton: Red Sox not a team that needs to replenish major league talent
Tim Britton joins Mike Felger and Lou Merloni to debate if Dave Dombrowski and the Red Sox "Win Now" approach makes sense.
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Britton: Concern is, will Sandoval be a defensive nightmare again?
Mike Felger, Lou Merloni, and Tim Britton discuss the amount of faith the Red Sox are putting in Pablo Sandoval to return as a good player after missing majority of 2016 season.
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McAdam: With Sale's arrival, Sox set to ship out other starting pitchers
Even after making three big moves Tuesday, Dave Dombrowski still has moves to make with seven starting pitchers now on the Red Sox roster.
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Big Papi: 'My boy Sale to Boston? You guys got me thinking . . . '
With the Red Sox getting a new frontline starting pitcher, David Ortiz took to Instagram to weigh in on Dave Dombrowski's big move.
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Merloni: Sox not trading away future, they’re building on it
Lou Merloni, Chris Gasper, and Gary Tanguay debate whether the Chris Sale trade by the Red Sox was worth losing most of their top prospects.
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Felger: Probably another side to this Chris Sale trade
Mike Felger thinks there is another side to the Red Sox trade for Chris Sale that could be similar to Dave Dombrowski's actions in Detroit.
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McAdam: Dombrowski went full-on and fill-in to make trade for Sale
Trenni Kusnierek and Sean McAdam are down in Maryland for the MLB Winter Meetings and discuss the Red Sox blockbuster trade for pitcher Chris Sale, and the new depth in the bullpen.
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Yanks GM: Red Sox 'like the Golden State Warriors of baseball'
After the Red Sox acquired Chris Sale, Brian Cashman compares them to the NBA's super team.
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McAdam: Let's not set the bar too high for Pablo Sandoval
Sean McAdam and Trenni Kusnierek discuss the level of confidence the Red Sox should have in 3B Pablo Sandoval for the upcoming season.
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Red Sox sign Mitch Moreland for one year
The Red Sox have agreed on a one-year deal $5.5 million contract with Mitch Moreland.
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Dombrowski on trading top prospects: 'You go for it'
Dave Dombrowski wasn't afraid to trade the best prospect in baseball, and he explained why.
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McAdam: Red Sox make blockbuster deal for Chris Sale
Trenni Kusnierek and Sean McAdam breakdown the blockbuster trade for the Boston Red Sox with the acquisition of lefty starter Chris Sale for top prospects Yoan Moncada, Michael Kopech and two others.
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Bob Nightengale: Chris Sale will thrive in Boston
USA Today MLB Insider Bob Nightengale talks with Trenni Kusnierek and Sean McAdam about the Red Sox acquisition of Chris Sale.
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Bob Nightengale: Red Sox are now prohibitive favorites in A.L.
USA Today MLB writer Bob Nightengale talks with Trenni Kusnierek and Sean McAdam about the Red Sox now becoming the prohibitive favorite in the American League with the trade for Chris Sale.
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Mike Lowell: Chris Sale and David Price will complement each other
Former Red Sox third baseman Mike Lowell joins Trenni Kusnierek at the Winter Meetings in Washington, D.C. to discuss the Red Sox acquiring Chris Sale from the White Sox.
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Chuck Garfien: Red Sox are getting an ace-and-a half in Chris Sale
CSN Chicago White Sox reporter Chuck Garfien talks with Trenni Kusnierek about what the Red Sox are getting in Chris Sale.
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A farewell to the many prospects Dave Dombrowski traded Tuesday
The only "promise" Dave Dombrowski cares about is the promise that he'll trade all your prospects. 
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McAdam: For Dombrowski and Red Sox, the future is now
Dave Dombrowski arrived with a mandate to make the Red Sox winners again. Getting Chris Sale means the pressure is on to win . . . now.
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Players, analysts weigh in on Chris Sale trade
The Red Sox' blockbuster trade for Chris Sale yielded plenty of reaction Tuesday. 
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WATCH: McAdam and Kusnierek discuss Chris Sale deal
CSN's Sean McAdam and Trenni Kusnierek analyze the Red Sox' blockbuster trade for White Sox ace left-hander Chris Sale.
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Chris Sale traded to Red Sox
Report: Red Sox acquire Chris Sale
Dave Dombrowski, who acquired the two biggest pitchers in last offseason's trade/free-agent market, has done it again by dealing for White Sox ace Chris Sale.
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Report: 1B Moreland 'could be on the cusp' of signing with Sox
According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Mitch Moreland is nearing a deal with the Red Sox.
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Red Sox acquire Tyler Thornburg
Red Sox trade Shaw, prospects for reliever Thornburg
According to multiple reports, the Red Sox have traded infielder Travis Shaw and two minor-leaguers to the Milwaukee Brewers for righthander Tyler Thornburg.
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New photo surfaces of noticeably thinner Pablo Sandoval
When it comes to Pablo Sandoval and his weight, a picture is worth a thousand words.
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Sox taking stricter luxury tax penalties into consideration this offseason
The newly agreed upon Major League Baseball collective bargaining agreement features higher taxes and additional penalties for exceeding the competitive balance threshold
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Red Sox exercise 2018 option on John Farrell's contract
There'll be no manager's controversy on the Red Sox next year . . . except for those who don't like John Farrell.
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Market for Encarnacion is shrinking, yet Red Sox still don't seem interested
Edwin Encarnacion's asking price, and the fact that he would cost a first-round draft choice, has teams shying away . . . including the Red Sox.
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Boomer Esiason witnessed Pete Rose hire people to sign autographs
Boomer Esiason tells Toucher & Rich a story from his early days in Cincinnati when he witnessed Pete Rose overseeing five guys he paid to sign a stack of photographs for fans.
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Report: Red Sox eye ex-Oriole Pedro Alvarez for DH slot
With Carlos Beltran and Matt Holliday off the market and Edwin Encarnacion asking for too lucrative a contract, the Red Sox may turn to a lower-priced option at DH.
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David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox in the 2016 ALDS
What realistic options do Sox have to replace Ortiz?
Jason Mastrodonato joins Sports Sunday to discuss what realistic options the Boston Red Sox have to replace David Ortiz next season.
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Andrew Benintendi, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Mookie Betts of the Boston Red Sox do their postgame victory dance
Red Sox outfield "Win, Dance, Repeat" celebration finds its way on MLB the Show 17
The dance moves made famous by Jackie Bradley Jr., Mookie Betts and the revolving door of Red Sox left fielders continues to gain popularity, making it on MLB the Show 17.
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Carlos Beltran was a DH candidate for the Boston Red Sox before agreeing to a deal with the Houston Astros.
Report: Red Sox DH target Beltran agrees to 1-year deal with Astros
Carlos Beltran, the 39-year-old switch hitter who was a potential target of the Red Sox as a DH, agreed to a free-agent deal with the Houston Astros, ESPN's Buster Olney reports.  
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Winter Meetings preview: Five issues for Red Sox
A new DH, a set-up man, an addition to the rotation? There's plenty on the Red Sox shopping list at the Winter Meetings next week.
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Winter Meetings preview: 5 issues for Red Sox
A new DH, a set-up man, an addition to the rotation? There's plenty on the Red Sox shopping list at the Winter Meetings next week.
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New MLB labor deal: All-Star Game no longer determines home field in World Series
Negotiators for baseball players and owners have a verbal agreement on a five-year labor contract
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Has Curt Schilling killed his chances for the Hall of Fame?
Dan Shaughnessy sounds off and gives his opinion on why Curt Schilling has killed any chance he had at getting into the Hall of Fame.
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Report: Encarnacion not likely to land in Boston
WEEI.com reports the Red Sox are 'probably not' going to be a finalist for free-agent slugger Edwin Encarnacion.
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Porcello named American League Comeback Player of the Year
Rick Porcello bounced back from a rough debut in Boston to win the American League Cy Young. 
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Giants GM on Sandoval: 'Not aware of any consideration of a reunion'
Giants general manager Bobby Evans pumps the brakes on a report saying his team "internally considered" a Pablo Sandoval trade.
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Report: Giants considering trade for Red Sox' Pablo Sandoval
Pablo Sandoval's brief, and so far unhappy, time in Boston may soon be over: The Giants reportedly are considering taking him back.
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Dave "Boo" Ferriss went 25-6 in 1946 and pitched the Red Sox into the World Series.
Ex-Red Sox pitcher Dave 'Boo' Ferriss dies at 94
Dave "Boo" Ferriss, who went 25-6 in 1946 and helped pitch the Red Sox into the World Series, has died. He was 94
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Report: MLB lockout looking realistic
With the Major League Baseball collective-bargaining agreement ending at the start of December, a lockout could be looming in 2017.
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Shaughnessy: Manny Ramirez had Hall of Fame numbers no doubt
Does former Red Sox LF and two-time World Series Champion Manny Ramirez belong in the MLB Hall of Fame? Dan Shaughnessy, Chris Gasper, and Gary Tanguay give their thoughts on whether or not he should.
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If Sergio Romo is done in San Francisco, does he fit in Boston?
Sergio Romo hinted the Giants haven't reached out to him about re-signing. Does that make him a candidate to land in Boston?
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David Ortiz says eating chicken with Pedro Martinez saved his career
In a piece on The Players' Tribune published Monday, David Ortiz explains how Pedro Martinez helped save his career. 
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McAdam: Should Red Sox sign Betts to a long-term contract?
Sean McAdam joins SNC to discuss Mookie Betts finishing second in MVP voting, and discuss whether he thinks the Red Sox should sign Betts to a long-term contract.
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Does the BBWAA need to fix the awards voting process?
Mike Felger and Dan Shaughnessy debate whether the BBWAA needs to fix the awards voting process.
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Mike Trout wins the 2016 MVP award
Trenni Kusnierek, Sean McAdam and Steve Buckley discuss the 2016 MLB MVP.
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Porcello wins Cy Young over Verlander
Trenni Kusnierek and Gary Tanguay break down why Rick Porcello won the Cy Young over Justin Verlander.
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Leon Betts
McAdam: Three thoughts on A.L. MVP vote
Sean McAdam thinks Mookie Betts, not Mike Trout, was the most valuable player in the American League, and explains why.
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McAdam: Why Mookie Betts? He puts the ‘V’ in MVP
If you put the emphasis is on 'valuable', it's clear why Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts is atop this voter’s ballot for A.L. MVP.  
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Porcello: Being on Cy Young list will never be taken away from me
Red Sox starting pitcher Rick Porcello sits in with Tom Giles and shares his emotions after winning his first career Cy Young Award.
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Porcello's Red Sox teammates congratulate him on Cy Young
Rick Porcello's Red Sox teammates took to Twitter to congratulate him winning the Cy Young award.
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Verlander's fiancee Upton lashing out on Twitter about Cy Young results
Justin Verlander’s fiancee, supermodel Kate Upton, was not happy about the Cy Young results and began lashing out on Twitter. 
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Rick Porcello wins the American League Cy Young
Despite receiving only 8 first-place votes out of 30, Rick Porcello edges former Detroit teammate Justin Verlander for the A.L. Cy Young Award.
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Nationals ace Max Scherzer wins National League Cy Young
Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals has become the sixth pitcher to win the Cy Young Award in both leagues, taking the NL prize by a wide margin.
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It's official: Ortiz hands in retirement papers, is removed from Red Sox roster
It's long been announced and celebrated, but David Ortiz officially retired on Tuesday.
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Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell in the dugout
Merloni: Farrell did 'less with more' compared to Manager of Year candidates
Lou Merloni joins Sports Tonight from the Cumberland Farms Lounge to discuss the news that John Farrell was not a finalist for manager of the year.
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Report: Red Sox among four teams interested in Beltran
The Red Sox have interest in signing Carlos Beltran as David Ortiz's replacement, but may face competition from Yanks, Jays and Astros.
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Terry Francona, Dave Roberts win Manager of the Year
Dave Roberts of the Los Angeles Dodgers has won the National League Manager of the Year award and Terry Francona of the Cleveland Indians has earned the AL honor.
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JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, Fla., spring training home of the Boston Red Sox.
The Red Sox will get an early start to spring training, beginning Feb. 14
The Red Sox announced their spring training schedule, and because of the World Baseball Classic, it’ll begin earlier than usual.  
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Boston Red Sox bench coach Gary DiSarcina.
Red Sox name Gary DiSarcina bench coach
The Red Sox have named Gary DiSarcina as John Farrell's bench coach, replacing Torey Lovullo, who became manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks last week.  
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Mookie Betts of the Boston Red Sox swings a bat
Betts has knee surgery, expected to be ready for spring training
Red Sox right fielder, and American League MVP finalist, Mookie Betts had right knee surgery Thursday, the team announced, the same day Betts won a Silver Slugger award.
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Ortiz, Betts and Bogaerts win Silver Slugger awards
Boston Red Sox David Ortiz, Mookie Betts and Xander Bogaerts are named recipients of the Silver Slugger award
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Massarotti: Carlos Beltran 'perfect fit' for Red Sox
Tony Massarotti shares why he feels Carlos Beltran would be an ideal pickup for the Red Sox this offseason. 
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Report: Red Sox hold 'long' meeting with Bautista's representatives
Jon Heyman reports that Jose Bautista's representatives meet with Red Sox officials at the GM meetings 'for a long time'.
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Mookie Betts wins Gold Glove, Pedroia and Bradley Jr. do not
Mookie Betts beat out Adam Eaton of the White Sox and George Springer of the Astros to win the Gold Glove in right field. 
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Is there any chance Big Papi comes back? David Ortiz exclusive interview
Tom Giles catches up with David Ortiz to discuss what his first month of retirement has been like and whether there is any chance he comes back to play.
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Betts a finalist for MVP, Porcello in running for Cy Young
A pair of Red Sox have a chance to take home hardware when the league hands out it’s awards this offseason.
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