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As expected, Red Sox send Swihart to Pawtucket
Unlike Sandy Leon and Christian Vazquez, Blake Swihart has minor-league options remaining. And so he's going to open the season with the PawSox.
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Boston Red Sox right-handed reliever Tyler Thornburg
Red Sox reliever Tyler Thornburg appears headed to disabled list
Tyler Thornburg, acquired from the Brewers in an offseason trade, is scratched Monday and will most likely start the season on the disabled list. 
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Merloni: Pablo Sandoval is the key to the bottom of Red Sox order
The guys on The Baseball Show discuss Pablo Sandoval lighting it up in spring training and if he could continue that in the regular season.
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Merloni: Sandoval is the key to the bottom of the order
The guys on The Baseball Show discuss Pablo Sandoval lighting it up in spring training and if he could continue that in the regular season.
Carrabis: Sale has overpowering factor not seen since Pedro
Lou Merloni, Jared Carrabis, and Evan Drellich discuss how Chris Sale could be the most dominant pitcher seen in Boston since Pedro Martinez.
Drellich: How slow is "too slow" for David Price recovery?
CSNNE.com Red Sox Insider Evan Drellich is worried that if David Price does end up needing Tommy John surgery, he could be out this year AND all of 2018, too.
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Sale hurls five shutout innings, Sandoval has two hits as Sox romp, 7-2
Chris Sale has another strong start and Pablo Sandoval lifts his spring-training average to .370 in the Red Sox' 7-2 victory over the Twins.
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Three-run HR from Sandoval (.353) leads Red Sox split squad past Rays, 7-5
Pablo Sandoval hit his fourth home run of the spring and Rusney Castillo had three hits to lead a Red Sox split squad to a 7-5 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday in Port Charlotte, Fla.   
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Another strong start for Kendrick in Red Sox split squad's 3-3 tie with Phillies
Kyle Kendrick strengthened his bid for a spot in the rotation by allowing two runs in six innings and striking out six and Jackie Bradley homered as a Red Sox split squad played to a 3-3 tie with the Philade
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Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price might need Tommy John surgery.
Farrell: Price has 'improved' but a long way from return
David Price is out until at least May with the arm injury that derailed his spring training, but manager John Farrell did see some progress after a strength test the Red Sox left-hander took part in Saturday
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Pomeranz gives up three runs in Red Sox loss to Blue Jays
Lou Merloni breaks down Drew Pomeranz's start and explains why he should be in the starting rotation to begin the season.
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Merloni: Don't have a problem with Pomeranz in the rotation
Lou Merloni breaks down Drew Pomeranz spring training start and says he should be in the starting rotation to begin the season.
Sox' lack of homegrown starters an understandable problem to Yanks' Cashman
Yankees GM Brian Cashman understands how tough it is for big-market teams -- like the Red Sox -- to develop pitching.
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Drellich: WBC spat a clash of cultures . . . and that's great
One of baseball's great strengths is its diversity, even when it manifests itself in Adam Jones finding motivation in Puerto Rico's parade.
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Fortune Magazine names Theo Epstein world’s greatest leader
Fortune Magazine has named Theo Epstein the world’s greatest leader, and Trenni Kusnierek sounds off on their decision.
Wright extends scoreless streak to 9 1/3 innings in Red Sox' 10-7 win over Pirates
The angst surrounding the David Price- and (possibly) Drew Pomeranz-less Red Sox starting rotation may have been eased a little by Steven Wright.
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A hungry ballplayer: Ex-Sox prospect Moncada once ate 85 Twinkies in a week
Yoan Moncada, sent to the White Sox in the Chris Sale deal, has spent part of his $31.5 milllion bonus from the Red Sox on video games, toys . . . and Twinkies.
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Drellich: Don't let Travis' lack of batting gloves fool you
He gives off a grip-it-and-rip-it aura, but Sam Travis -- who may be the Red Sox' starting first baseman in 2018 -- thinks before he acts.
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Drellich: Price is 'concerned with what people think of him'
David Price is at it again as he something to say about his injury and the Red Sox fans (we think), and Evan Drellich believes Price is too preoccupied with what the fans think of him.
Drellich: Sale may be Red Sox' most electrifying pitcher since Pedro
It was just an exhibition game. But Chris Sale's performance Tuesday shows he may be the Sox' most electrifying pitcher since Pedro Martinez.
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Drellich: Sale might be best spectacle on mound since Pedro
Chris Sale throws six innings with 10 strikeouts in the Red Sox exhibition won over the Yankees, and Evan Drellich thinks he may be the Red Sox best starter since Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez.
Chris Sale
Sale dominant again in Red Sox' win vs. Yankees
Chris Sale was treating this like a regular season game, and delivered an excellent, midseason performance.
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Giardi: Kiki Alonzo gets what Malcolm Butler wants
Mike Giardi joins Sports Tonight from the Cumberland Farms lounge to discuss how the Dolphins gave Kiko Alonzo what Malcolm Butler wants from the Patriots.
David Price
Drellich: David Price not throwing is 'a little discouraging'
Evan Drellich believes the Red Sox are a long way from seeing David Price on the mound due to his latest injury, and discusses other Red Sox injuries.
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Hitting from the right side may be issue for Sandoval
Dan Shaughnessy says he has been encouraged by all the signs Pablo Sandoval has shown throughout Spring Training, but still thinks hitting from the right side will be a problem.
David Price
Price, Thornburg progressing through injuries as Opening Day nears
Boston Red Sox pitchers David Price and Tyler Thornburg are making progress with their injuries. So what comes next?
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Drellich: David Price not throwing 'a little discouraging'
Evan Drellich believes the Red Sox are a long way from seeing David Price on the mound due to his latest injury, and discusses other Red Sox injuries.
Boston Red Sox infielder Marco Hernandez at spring training.
Hernandez making strong bid to stick with Sox
Marco Hernandez changed his diet and workout routine, losing weight and adding strength, and it's paid off with a big spring training.
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Cover boys: Sox outfielders front one of SI's baseball issues
Sports Illustratred isn't picking the Red Sox to win the World Series, but it's showing some love to a few of the Killer B's.
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Drellich: Are Red Sox doing their medical homework?
Virtually every pitcher acquired by Dave Dombrowski has become injured, leading to questions about the Red Sox' pre-trade evaluation methods.
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Drellich: Red Sox will have to get another starter midseason
Evan Drellich talks with Trenni about the lack of depth in the Red Sox pitching rotation.
Pomeranz feels 'great' after changing mechanics to fix triceps problem, won't miss start
Drew Pomeranz was lifted from Sunday's start because of arm pain but says 'I feel great' after a mechanical change that puts less pressure on his triceps.
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Recuperating Price probably out until May
Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski thinks injured ace David Price 'will be fine', but 'we got to take our time'.
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Benintendi: 'You don’t want to come off as that arrogant guy that nobody likes'
The soft-spoken Andrew Benintendi was raised 'to be humble and . . . not talk about myself'. Some mistake that for arrogance, but he's anything but.
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Drellich: Red Sox rotation is a 'house of cards'
Evan Drellich, Lou Merloni and Jared Carrabis discuss the Boston Red Sox’s concerning rotation depth
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Drellich: Red Sox rotation is a “house of cards”
Evan Drellich, Lou Merloni and Jared Carrabis discuss the Red Sox’s concerning rotation depth
Pomeranz exits with tricep tightness in Sox' 13-8 loss
Drew Pomeranz's departure wasn't the only thing that went wrong for the Boston Red Sox in their 13-8 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Sunday at JetBlue Park. 
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Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval hits at spring training.
Two HRs for Sandoval in Red Sox' 12-5 rout of Twins
Pablo Sandoval hit two homers and drove in four runs and Mitch Moreland had a pair of two-run doubles to lead the Red Sox to a 12-5 spring training victory over the Minnesota Twins on Saturday in Fort Myers,
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Hanley back at first base? 'Moving towards that,' says Farrell
Hanley Ramirez has yet to play a game at first base for the Red Sox in spring training, but John Farrell hinted Saturday that could be coming soon.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale throws at spring training in Fort Myers, Fla.
Merloni: Red Sox fans will love fiery side of Chris Sale
Despite Chris Sale making a mistake in a preseason game, Lou Merloni believes that Red Sox fans are going to love Chris Sale… if he pitches well.
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Rodriguez hurls four shutout innings in Red Sox' 6-2 loss to Astros
Worried about David Price's temporary absence from the Red Sox rotation? Eduardo Rodriguez may be easing some of those fears.
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Sale doesn't 'feel sharp' in Red Sox' exhibition win over Pirates
Chris Sale admits that he 'didn't feel sharp' against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Thursday night, giving up three earned runs on seven hits in four innings.
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Deal reached to save Boston's iconic Citgo sign
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announces that an agreement is reached to keep the Citgo sign flashing over Fenway Park's left-field wall.
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Kendrick, Travis continue to shine as Red Sox play to 3-3 tie with Rays
Neither Kyle Kendrick nor Sam Travis will go north with the Red Sox, but they may get to Boston at some point this season.
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Farrell names Porcello Opening Day starter
Porcello, 28, is coming off his first Cy Young-winning season. 
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Does Red Sox prospect Rafael Devers future remain at 3rd?
Pete Abraham talks with Toucher and Rich about one of the Red Sox top prospects Rafael Devers, and whether his body type at 19 years-old will lead him to remain at third base.
Abraham: Hanley Ramirez a leader with Ortiz gone
Boston Globe writer Peter Abraham talks about the leadership Hanley Ramirez has shown thus far in Spring Training, with the retirement of David Ortiz.
What Ramirez does before every game
Hanley Ramirez revealed a portion of his pregram rituation in a feature by The Boston Globe.
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Drew Pomeranz struggles in first spring-training start
Drew Pomeranz didn't have a great first start of spring training, but he didn't seem to care.
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Owens among six farmed out by Red Sox; Price to start year on DL
The struggling Henry Owens is one of six players shipped out by the Red Sox, who also say David Price is likely to start the year on the DL.
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Bob Ryan: Will David Price opt out of his option in 2018?
Bob Ryan discusses why he thinks there is a good chance that David Price opts out of his option in 2018.
Red Sox pitching gets a boost: Porcello and Wright shine, Price continues recovery
Steven Wright stars in the Red Sox' 4-3 loss to Toronto; Porcello hurls five shutout innings in intrasquad game; Price continues feeling better.
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Price says he would have gotten surgery on elbow if he were younger
David Price said that if he were 22 or 23, doctors would have reccomended surgery on his elbow. 
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Get David Price off Twitter!
Listen to this week's podcast version of "The Baseball Show" with Lou Merloni (CSN, WEEI) and Jared Carrabis (Barstool Sports).
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Red Sox rookie Andrew Benintendi makes his first start in Seattle.
Carrabis: A lot to ask out of Benintendi to bat third in Red Sox lineup
Jared Carrabis and Lou Merloni both say that they think it is not the right time to have Andrew Benintendi bat in the 3rd spot of the lineup.
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Carrabis: A lot to ask out of Benintendi to bat 3rd
Jared Carrabis and Lou Merloni both say that they think it is not the right time to have Andrew Benintendi bat in the 3rd spot of the lineup.
Merloni's message to Price: Get off Twitter!
Lou Merloni says that David Price needs to get off Twitter because that is where most of the negativity comes from.
Phillies beat Red Sox 6-5 on walk-off sacrifice fly
The Philadelphia Phillies beat the Red Sox 6-5 on Sunday thanks to a walk-off sacrifice fly by Tommy Joseph in the ninth inning.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Henry Owens delivers in a spring-training start in Fort Myers, Fla.
Owens struggles as Red Sox split squad routed by Twins, 13-0
Left-hander Henry Owens allowed six runs in 2 1/3 innings in a Red Sox split squad's 13-0 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Saturday in Fort Myers, Fla.  
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale throws at spring training in Fort Myers, Fla.
Four scoreless innings for Sale in Red Sox split squad's 2-1 win over Rays
Chris Sale struck out five in four scoreless innings in his second spring training start to help a Red Sox split squad beat the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, Fla.  
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Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price might need Tommy John surgery.
Price takes first step in recovery - 25 throws into a net
Red Sox lefty David Price made 25 throws into a batting cage net on Saturday in his first baseball activity since seeing Dr. James Andrews last week.
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Kendrick, rest of Red Sox pitching shut down Orioles, 4-0
Behind a quality outing from Kyle Kendrick and the pitching staff, the Red Sox beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-0 on Friday night at JetBlue Park.
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Simulation makes Red Sox No. 2 pick to win World Series
The simulation did not indicate how many times John Farrell was fired. 
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Red Sox jump out to 7-0 lead, hold off Team USA 7-5
The Boston Red Sox manages to eke past Team USA, despite five runs from USA in the final two innings.
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Stud or Dud: David Price, Chandler Jones and Tim Tebow
Trenni and Tanguay go 'Stud or Dud' with Red Sox pitcher David Price, Cardinals LB Chandler Jones and Mets outfielder Tim Tebow.
Porcello hit on pitching thumb by Cespedes' grounder
Reigning AL Cy Young Award winner Rick Porcello was struck on the pitching hand by Yoenis Cespedes' fourth-inning grounder during his start Wednesday
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Tebow goes 0-for-3 vs. Sox in spring training debut
The former NFL quarterback strikes out twice, and also gets hit by a pitch, as he DHs for the Mets in their 8-7 win over the Red Sox.
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Toucher to Price : Be charismatic and then people will flock to you
"You are paid to throw a ball, you big baby," Fred Toucher says on Toucher & Rich. 
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Farrell: Price will throw Friday or Saturday
Red Sox manager John Farrell tells reporters Wednesday that Price will throw Friday or Saturday, if he feels up to it.
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Toucher: Be charismatic and then people will flock to you
'You are paid to throw a ball, you big baby,' Fred Toucher says on Toucher & Rich
Carrabis: Price isn't doing himself any favors in interview
Jared Carrabis phones in to discuss Red Sox pitcher David Price's comments in his interview with the Boston Globe in saying that Red Sox fans don't like him as a person.
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Carrabis: Price isn't doing himself any favors in interview
Jared Carrabis phones in to discuss Red Sox pitcher David Price's comments in his interview with the Boston Globe in saying that Red Sox fans don't like him as a person.
Price: 'Only thing I have to do is pitch good'
Red Sox pitcher David Price interiewed with The Boston Globe on his performance from his first season with Boston and how the fans have treated him for it.
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Pedroia buys ping pong table for Red Sox clubhouse
The table for Red Sox Spring training is set. What table? The ping pong table, of course.
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David Price: 'Only thing I have to do is pitch good'
Red Sox pitcher David Price left some comments with the Boston Globe on his performance from his first season with Boston and how the fans have treated him for it.
Betts, Ramirez power Red Sox to 5-3 win over Nationals
Mookie Betts and Hanley Ramirez each homer and Eduardo Rodriguez picks up his second victory of the spring as the Red Sox take down Washington.
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Hayhurst on David Price: Red Sox fans are notorious for devouring players
Former MLB pitcher Dirk Hayhurst discusses David Price and pitching for the Red Sox "passionate" fan base.
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Hayhurst: Red Sox fans are notorious for devouring players
Former MLB pitcher Dirk Hayhurst discusses David Price and pitching for the Red Sox "passionate" fan base.
Sale goes two innings in spring debut; Red Sox and Astros tie, 5-5
Chris Sale gives up two runs, one of them earned, and strikes out two in his spring training debut against the Houston Astros
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The Baseball Show Podcast - March 5, 2017
In the season premiere of "The Baseball Show" on CSN, Lou Merloni, Jared Carrabis and Evan Drellich talk about the latest news and issues down at Spring Training for the Boston Red Sox.
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Drellich: Dombrowski has to win now without sacrificing future
Lou Merloni, Jared Carrabis and Evan Drellich discuses if it’s all right for Dave Dombrowski to trade away the team’s farm system to win now.
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Carrabis: Indians should be favored over Red Sox to reach World Series
Lou Merloni, Jared Carrabis and Evan Drellich discuses if the Boston Red Sox should be favored over the Cleveland Indians to reach the World Series.
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Drellich: Dombrowski has to win without sacrificing future
Lou Merloni, Jared Carrabis and Evan Drellich discuses if it’s all right for Dave Dombrowski to trade away the team’s farm system to win now.
Carrabis: Indians should be favored over Red Sox
Lou Merloni, Jared Carrabis and Evan Drellich discuses if the Red Sox should be favored over the Indians to reach the World Series.
Benintendi, Betts help Red Sox rout Braves
Andrew Benintendi and Mookie Betts helped the Boston Red Sox rout the Atlanta Braves, 11-1, JetBlue Park at Fenway South
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Boston Red Sox outfielder Chris Young heads to first after hitting a two-run homer in a spring training game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Red Sox held to four hits in 3-2 loss to Pirates
Hector Velazquez allowed three runs in three innings in his second spring training start at the Red Sox dropped a 3-2 decision to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Saturday in Bradenton, Fla.  
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Price: 'Disregard' 7-10 day timetable about return
A relieved David Price said he's relieved he won't need surgery but he's not putting a timetable on when he'll be back on the field. 
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Merloni: Will injury impact David Price mentally?
Lou Merloni talks with Tom E. Curran about whether David Price feeling elbow discomfort will impact him mentally whenever he has another discomfort while pitching.
Buckley: Red Sox depth couldn't make up for loss of Price
Steve Buckley joins Early Edition to discuss the most recent news on David Price’s elbow and explains why he is not buying into the talk that the Red Sox have the depth to be ok with Price.
Chihlas: Not much can happen in 7-10 days for David Price
Dr. Chihlas breaks down David Price's situation from a medical perspective.
Benintendi, Porcello shine as Red Sox rout Braves, 9-1
Andrew Benintendi goes 4-for-4 and Rick Porcello pitches three shutout innings with four strikeouts as the Red Sox rout the Braves.
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Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price might need Tommy John surgery.
Farrell: Price will not require surgery on elbow
Calling it the “best case scenario,” John Farrell told reporters in Fort Myers Friday that David Price will not require surgery on his sore left elbow. 
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Price tweets he's heading back to Fort Myers
Price was in Indianapolis visiting with Dr. James Andrews, but he says he'll head back to Fort Myers. 
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Betts wanted more from Red Sox, but with no leverage, he'll settle for $950K
The Red Sox renewed Mookie Betts' contract at $950,000, a significant raise but still less than what Betts was looking for. He says there's no hard feelings.
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David Price
Felger performs live wellness check on Carrabis after Price injury news
Mike Felger checks in with Jared Carrabis to see how he is dealing with the news of David Price's injury.
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Felger checks to see how Carrabis is handling Price injury
Mike Felger checks in with Jared Carrabis to see how he is dealing with the news of David Price's injury.
Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price might need Tommy John surgery.
Shaughnessy: Is it time to panic over David Price?
Dan Shaughnessy joins Arbella Early Edition to discuss the news about David Price's injury and whether he thinks it is time for the Boston Red Sox to panic.
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Does Dombrowski need to trade for another Red Sox starter?
Dan Shaugnessy, Trenni Kusnierek and Gary Tanguay take a look at the Red Sox pitching situation.
Shaughnessy: Is it time to panic over David Price?
Dan Shaughnessy joins Arbella Early Edition to discuss the news about David Price's injury and whether he thinks it is time to panic.
Red Sox blast five home runs in 19-2 rout of Tampa Bay
Jackie Bradley Jr. hits a pair of homers and Eduardo Rodriguez works two shutout innings as the Red Sox snap their four-game losing streak.
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Price feeling better, in 'much better spirits' about elbow injury
Red Sox left-hander David Price will still get a second medical opinion Thursday, but is said to be in less pain than he was on Wednesday.
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Hanley Ramirez (shoulder) withdraws from the World Baseball Classic
Hanley Ramriez will miss the World Baseball Classic with a sore right shoulder, Red Sox manager John Farrell said Thursday.
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Price to get second opinion, second MRI for sore elbow
The Red Sox starting rotation receives a shock, as left-hander David Price is suffering from soreness in his elbow and forearm.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale throws at spring training in Fort Myers, Fla.
Sale throws simulated game ahead of first exhibition outing
Chris Sale throws a two-inning simulated game Wednesday morning in preparation for his first spring training action for the Boston Red Sox.
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Owens, Thornburg hit hard in Red Sox' 12-5 exhibition loss to Orioles
On the positive side for the Red Sox -- who lost their fourth straight game -- Andrew Benintendi goes 2-for-3 with a home run.
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Sandoval raps out two hits, lifts average to .333, in Red Sox' 5-4 loss to Yankees
Pablo Sandoval goes 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI, and also flies out to the warning track, as he continues his comeback from shoulder surgery.
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Vegas projects Red Sox, Indians for most wins in AL
Boston and Cleveland both sit behind the defending World Series champion Cubs (95.5) and Dodgers (93.5) in Bovada’s win projections. 
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Cardinals pull away late for 7-2 victory over Red Sox
The Cardinals break open a close game with four runs in the last two innings against Red Sox prospect Chandler Shepherd and go on to a 7-2 win.
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Pedroia taking cues from Brady to extend playing career
As Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia ages into his mid-30s, he's taking cues from Patriots QB Tom Brady to extend his playing career.
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Hanley Ramirez Red Sox
Ramirez's shoulder a concern for Red Sox heading into WBC
Hanley Ramirez hasn't played first base yet during Spring Training because the Red Sox are concerned about his throwing shoulder.
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Boston pitchers strike out 14, but Red Sox still fall to Rays, 7-3
The appearance of Tampa Bay Rays lefty Ryan Yarbrough almost got the Boston Red Sox back in the game.
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Merloni: Red Sox have more pitching depth than people think
Merloni recaps this week of Red Sox spring training.
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Merloni: Red Sox have more pitching depth than people think
Merloni recaps this week of Red Sox spring training.
Farrell: Loss of Ortiz can be made up for with pitching
Lou Merloni, Trenni Kusnierek and John Farrell talk about life without David Ortiz.
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Farrell: Loss of Ortiz can be made up for with pitching
Lou Merloni, Trenni Kusnierek and John Farrell talk about life without David Ortiz.
Boston Red Sox infielder Brock Holt signs autographs for fans at spring training in Fort Myers, Fla.
Red Sox rally for 8-7 spring training victory over Twins
Brian Bogusevic's RBI single in the eighth inning gave the Red Sox a come-from-behind 8-7 spring training victory over the Minnesota Twins on Saturday in Fort Myers, Fla.
Buy or Sell: Any shot Rusney Castillo has a career?
Rusney Castillo has been arguably one of the worst decisions made by the Boston Red Sox organization. Lou Merloni and Marc Bertrand play 'Buy or Sell' on if they think he'll stay in the MLB.
Buy or Sell: John Farrell's job wasn't in danger last season
Red Sox President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski says manager John Farrell's job was never in danger last season, does Lou Merloni believe him?
Buy or Sell: Xander Bogaerts moving to third base in WBC?
Lou Merloni joins Marc Bertrand to play a game of 'Buy or Sell' on if Red Sox SS Xander Bogaerts will be moving to 3B, where he's been playing in the World Baseball Classic.
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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Farrell angered after Castillo fails to run out grounder
Rusney Castillo, a $72.5 million bust since his 2014 signing, leaps back into John Farrell's doghouse by not running out a groundball Thursday.
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Boston Red Sox first baseman Mitch Moreland fields a grounder at spring training.
Moreland, Travis homer to lead Red Sox past Northeastern 9-6 in opener
Mitch Moreland and Sam Travis hit three-run homers and left-hander Brian Johnson pitched two scoreless innings to help the Red Sox win their spring training opener, 9-6, over Northeastern. 
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Pedro Martinez on his 17 K's against the Yankees in '99
Lou Merloni sits down with Pedro Martinez and Chili Davis to talk about September 10, 1999. Pedro struck out 17 batters in a CG one-hitter. Davis had the hit (a home run).
Pedro Martinez podcast with Lou Merloni
Pedro Martinez talks about one of the greatest games he's ever pitched
CSN baseball analyst Lou Merloni sits down with Pedro Martinez and Red Sox hitting coach Chili Davis to discuss one of Pedro's greatest games. 
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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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Pedro Martinez: 'Still optimistic' Ortiz will return in 2017
Red Sox legend and Hall of Fame pitcher Pedro Martinez touches on subjects such as Ortiz coming back, and advice he’s giving to new Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale.
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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Drellich: Back end of Red Sox bullpen is cause for concern
Tom Giles and Evan Drellich discuss concerns over the Red Sox bullpen.
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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Sale: Pitchers go out there to win games, not a label
Trenni sits with Chris Sale and David Price during spring training in Fort Meyers.
Merloni: Chris Sale focused on this Red Sox season.
Lou Merloni and Trenni Kusnierek discuss Chris Sale on the mound as a Red Sox.
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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Report from Fort Myers: Thornburg the solution in the 8th?
Trenni Kusnierek and Lou Merloni check in from Fort Myers on Monday for the latest news from Red Sox Spring Training. Merloni was impressed by reliever Tyler Thornburg, plus the injury status of Wright and...
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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Merloni: Position depth is still a problem for Red Sox.
Steve Buckley and Lou Merloni discuss the Red Sox roster.
Betts: Coming in 2nd in MVP voting felt like an "epic fail"
Trenni goes one on one with Mookie Betts during spring training.
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.
Spring Training: Sandoval's progress, Benintendi's potential
Trenni Kusnierek and Jen McCaffrey discuss the Red Sox progress during spring training.
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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Pedroia: Red Sox got a "taste" of playoffs and want more
Trenni chats with Dustin Pedroia at spring training.
Dombrowski: There's a lot of talent on this Red Sox team.
Trenni talks with Dave Dombrowski at spring training.
Drellich: Benintendi will build off his success last season
Trenni Kusnierek and Evan Drellich discuss spring trgaining and Andrew Benintendi.
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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What could be the Achilles heel for the Red Sox this season?
Greg Dickerson and Evan Drellich review possible challenges the Red Sox could face this season.
Bogaerts: "Stealing bases is something I like"
Bob Ryan and Lou Merloni talk about Bogaerts' future.
Merloni: Swapping positions could be affecting Swihart
Lou Merloni and Trenni Kusnierek discuss Blake Swihart's performance at spring training.
Tom Werner: Less commercial breaks would be good for MLB
Trenni recaps day one of the Red Sox first full squad workout at spring training.
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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Kirk Minihane: ‘Not buying’ Hanley Ramirez being a leader
Kirk Minihane explains why he is not buying that Hanley Ramirez is ready to take on more of a leadership role following the retirement of David Ortiz.
Hanley: 'Ortiz wants me to be the leader' this season
How will the Red Sox be this year without the leadership of Ortiz in the clubhouse? It seems that Ortiz expects friend and former teammate Hanley Ramirez to learn from his leadership and carry it into the...
Tomase: 'Need to keep expectations for Pablo tempered'
The last time Pablo Sandoval lost a significant amount of weight it impacted his playing negatively. John Tomase says Red Sox fans need to keep their expectations tempered until they see how Panda performs...
Tomase: 'Fair to be skeptical of Hanley Ramirez'
Is Hanley Ramirez a changed man after his successful previous season with the Boston Red Sox? John Tomase thinks so and believes his transition as the new 'leader' of the Red Sox is a sign of maturity.
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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Dombrowski: Hanley Ramirez ‘one of our leaders’
Dave Dombrowski commends Ramirez’s work ethic and attitude as the Red Sox enter a season with a leadership void left by David Ortiz’s retirement
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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Betts: ‘I just want to be more consistent with my at bats’
Mookie Betts says he doesn’t necessarily be ‘better’ than last season, but be more consistent to stave off the late-season struggles he experienced last year
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: Hanley Ramirez still has a lot to prove this year
Lou Merloni believes even after Hanley Ramirez's impressive 2016 season, now that Ortiz is gone and Ramirez will assume some DH time he still has a lot more to prove.
Fort Notes: E-Rod throws bullpen for first time since injury
Red Sox spring training Fort Notes: Eduardo Rodriguez throws BP for first time since winter injury, Farrell hints towards more bunts, and Xander Bogaerts speaks to media on contract.
Farrell: Proud of how Hanley 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.
Shaughnessy: Chris Sale will break year 1 jinx for Red Sox
Dan Shaughnessy joins Sports Tonight and explains why he is confident that Chris Sale will come to Boston and not have the first year curse some pitchers have.
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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Merloni: Sale says 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.
Trenni: Sale believes Boston's the place to become champions
Boston Red Sox newest starting pitcher Chris Sale says he is going into the 2017 MLB season with more focus and that in Boston he wants to W.I.N.
Chris Sale: ‘You can feel what this team is about’
Chris Sale discusses joining the Red Sox and the impressions he has gotten so far from the team and their history. He also tells the media that he will be harder on himself than they will be on him.
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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Dombrowski: Red Sox had no intentions of trading Benintendi
Trenni Kusnierek and Dan Shaughnessy discuss the Red Sox number one prospect.
Shaughnessey: Sale has the "badass" mentality Red Sox need
Shaughnessey and Trenni Kusnierek discuss the latest addition to the Boston Red Sox.
Buckley: Sandoval still has to prove himself on the field
Steve Buckley joins Early Edition to discuss a slimmed down Pablo Sandoval and whether he thinks it's a sign of a turnaround for him.
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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Is third base Pablo Sandoval's job to lose?
Trenni Kusnierek and Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald discuss the biggest question for the Red Sox on the eve of Spring Training. Plus, Panda looks good...is he definitely the third baseman?
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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Tomase: Red Sox only need Sandoval to play average
John Tomase joins SNC to discuss Pablo Sandoval and what the Red Sox expect from him this season.
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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Isaiah Thomas gets in-between defenders and lays it in
Isaiah Thomas gets in-between defenders and lays it in
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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