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World Baseball Classic 2017 Final Open Thread: U.S.A. vs. Puerto Rico
It all comes down to this. The Red Sox have their only off day of the spring today, but that doesn’t mean we’re without baseball today. Tonight at 9:00 PM ET in Los Angeles, Team U.S.A. will participate in its first ever

Sandy Leon’s slow spring
Sandy Leon hasn’t hit well at all this spring, and that’s fine.. Spring training has been going on for what seems like forever at this point (seriously, can the regular season just start already?), but there haven’t really been any major storylines based on Grapefruit League perfo...

Tyler Thornburg ready to return to game action
Tyler Thornburg got some good news on Tuesday, but he’s not out of the woods just yet. It’s flown by, but spring training is getting pretty close to wrapping up. Today is March 22 (for those of you without calendars) which means we have only 12 more days until the

WBC 2017 Roundup 3/21: U.S.A advances to the final
It’ll be Team U.S.A. versus Team Puerto Rico on Wednesday to decide it all. United States 2, Japan 1 United States Andrew Miller: 0.2...

Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Drew Pomeranz, Fernando Abad
Today’s links look at some updates on injured pitchers, the staff’s ability to avoid barrels, and Blake Swihart’s status. David Price still isn’t ready to begin throwing, meaning his target return date of late...

Red Sox 4, Yankees 2: Chris Sale is pretty good
I think I like watching Chris Sale pitch. The Red Sox travelled to take on the Yankees for an evening game on Tuesday, and we got our first glimpse at the dom...

Red Sox vs. Yankees lineups: The losing team (sort of) has to travel
Chris Sale gets his first start against the Yankees on Tuesday. Every year towards the end of camp, the Red Sox split the team into two and have the two sides complete an obstacle course of sorts. It’s a team-building exer...

Red Sox outfield graces the Sports Illustrated cover
The Killer B’s are now cover models. Sports Illustrated is releasing their MLB preview issues soon, and on Tuesday they revealed who would be on the cover. This year, they are going with three different covers. One features last year’s National League MVP and

The Monday (or Tuesday) Flyby - Who Were Our Faves?
The community has spoken, we had three FanPosts, and four staff responses (and one from me, as well). Can we field a full team of OTM non-Sox all-stars? This past week, I experimented with something to mix things up and get more people interested, and I’m hoping next week I’ll see the res...

2017 Red Sox top prospect voting: Can Jalen Beeks stick as a starter?
Jalen Beeks has some talent, but can he prove he’s consistent enough to stick as a starter? We’re back to nail-biters as there are a seemingly infinite number of equally matched Red Sox prospects at this point in the voting....

WBC 2017 Roundup 3/20: Puerto Rico advances, Xander heads back home
Puerto Rico wins a thrilling semifinal matchup, partially thanks to dumb rules. Puerto Rico 4, Netherlands 3 Puerto Rico Mike Aviles: 0...

Daily Red Sox Links: Sam Travis, Tyler Thornburg, Steve Selsky
Sam Travis and Steve Selsky are having great springs and have a chance to make the MLB roster. Meanwhile, pitching injuries are hurting the Sox. If Hanley Ramirez can’t play first base because of a shoulder injury, could that open the door for

Red Sox 7, Orioles 4: Better late than never
Pablo Sandoval is finally starting to heat up. With spring’s approach blissfully upon us, the Red Sox went boom on the Orioles thanks to some hot hitting from two high-priced Sox, both of whom have had rocky roads to get here. Here comes Pablo Sandoval

Red Sox vs. Orioles lineup: It would be cool if our pitchers stopped getting hurt
True story! Yeah so the Red Sox are down to five viable starting pitchers, the fifth of whom — Kyle Kendrick — is set to start today. Our fearless edito...

It’s not time to panic about Red Sox rotation
The injuries suck, but it’s far from the end of the world. Heading into spring training, there was an understandable air of excitement surrounding the Red Sox rotation. They had a legitimate Big Three that could match just about a...

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