Chili Davis


During May, the Red Sox have developed a habit of leaving runners stranded. Hitting coach Chili Davis recognizes there's a problem, but he's not worried.


Now that Robert Kraft has laid down his sword in order to protect the shield, and the air is slowly coming out of the entire Deflategate scandal, we can start to focus on -- I don't know -- things


BOSTON - The living legend that is Mookie Betts grew Tuesday night as the Red Sox center-fielder broke up a no-hitter and parked a pair of homers over and into the Green Monster seats.


DUNEDIN, Fla. -- A cynic would say that Chili Davis has his work cut out for him.


The Red Sox had any number of candidates from which to choose when it came to hiring a new hitting coach.