We are all young again from the moment we hear “pitchers and catchers” until that first pitch on Opening Day.
After resigning Jason Varitek, trading for Adrian Gonzalez and signing Carl Crawford to improve the offense, GM Theo Epstein is quietly rebuilding the troubled Red Sox bullpen.
Manny Ramirez, via a waiver claim, goes back to the American League to help push a team to the playoffs. But he will not have much impact.
According to Curt Schilling, Vazquez will struggle with the Yankees as he did in '04. And he may be right.
It was a mixed week for the boys from Beantown, as they won one crucial series, then lost the next one.
The first of two columns this week covers the success, news and concerns of the Sox. What’ll be in part two? Read on.
Ned Coletti: "I'll have a Thome and Garland on rye, hold the players to be named later."
Slump? Inconsistency? Tuck your worries safely away when it's Justin Verlander's turn.
A 4-3 record is perfectly acceptable when three of those wins are over a divisional contender.
Mark Buehrle's game yesterday lets us do this. So blame him (and DeWayne Wise).