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Rich Eisen mentioned on his podcast that MLB executives are floating the idea of allowing the losing team in the 9th inng choose any batter in any order to come to the plate. How would that look on stacked teams like the Astros, Yankees, Cubs, Dodgers or Red Sox? [Read More]
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As Rafael Devers chased down choppers at JetBlue Park, the Red Sox coaching staff looked on. [Read More]
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Despite adding Giancarlo Stanton to an already muscular lineup and getting Brandon Drury to play third base, Brian Cashman said he doesn't believe the Yankees have caught the Red Sox who likely will announce the signing of J.D. Martinez on Thursday. "They are the American League East champs so we are not on... [Read More]
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The interview room at JetBlue Park was packed with media folks Wednesday afternoon - writers taking notes, photographers taking pictures, TV folks lining up for one-on-ones. J.D. Martinez? Well, no. The Red Sox' newest big-bucks free-agent acquisition was somewhere else deep inside JetBlue, undergoing a complete head-to-toe from the team's medical staff. If the Sox liked what they saw, Martinez was going to like what he saw: A five-year, $110 million contract. [Read More]
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The Red Sox and New York Yankees are at it again. . . . nicely. The Yankees believe the Red Sox are the team to beat, with general manager Brian Cashman saying yesterday that since the Sox are reigning American League East champs, "we're not on equal footing until we take that away from them." At JetBlue Park, Hanley Ramirez said the Sox are the underdogs in the division and David Price was complimenting the Yankees for building a potent lineup with young slugging stars like Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez. [Read More]
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Brad Stevens was forced to relive a painful memory from his distant career as a high school baseball player yesterday, while discussing his five-minute address to the Red Sox earlier this week. He was playing in the Indiana state tournament, and after turning an ankle the night before in a basketball game, he pinch-hit his way onto first base. "I got picked off," he said. "So I wasn't qualified. The last play of my career. [Read More]
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It's not exactly Game 1 of the World Series. It's not even Game 1 of the regular season. But the Red Sox will play a baseball game today. The exhibition opener at JetBlue Park is a doubleheader against Northeastern and Boston College. The Grapefruit League schedule will start tomorrow against the Twins, but the Sox will get their feet wet against college guys. The Sox have had only three days of full-squad workouts. [Read More]
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J.D. Martinez arrived at JetBlue Park early yesterday morning to take his physical, which he has yet to clear. Martinez, who agreed to a five-year, $110-million contract with the Red Sox that allows him to opt out after two seasons and again after the third, spent parts of the last two seasons on the disabled list with a sprained ligament in his foot and a fractured elbow. There were no indications the slugger wouldn't pass the physical, but the Sox announced in the afternoon that the deal wouldn't be finalized until today, at the earliest. [Read More]
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J.D. Martinez arrives at Spring Training with the Red Sox, plus veterans Carlos Gomez, Cameron Maybin and Colby Rasmus sign with new teams... [Read More]
Souza (D-backs), Drury (Yanks) in 3-team deal Piecoro adds that the D-backs will send left-handed reliever Anthony Banda to the Rays in this deal. Minor league right-hander Taylor Widener goes from NY to Arizona.He won't be able to do everything J.D. Martinez did for the Arizona Diamondbacks previous year, but Steven Souza will be the main player tasked with replacing him. Souza isn't quite the same slugger... [Read More]
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Former Red Sox third baseman Mike Lowell has been working with Sox 20-year old Rafael Devers in Fort Myers this week. [Read More]
Red Sox relief pitcher Joe Kelly was struck by a line drive today in batting practice. [Read More]
The former Red Sox third baseman is working with the current one, and sees a lot that he likes. [Read More]
The 2007 World Series MVP is helping young Rafael Devers improve at third base. [Read More]
On this week's YCN Sports Wrap, Jeremy and Rob Taylor discuss the Red Sox signing JD Martinez to a 5 year contract. The Celtics returning from the All Star Break, and whether the Cavs are the…... [Read More]
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman compared his team to "The Little Engine That Could" after being asked how he viewed the Yankees in relation to their American League East rival, the Boston Red Sox. [Read More]
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New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman compared his team to "The Little Engine That Could" after being asked how he viewed the Yankees in relation to their American League East rival, the Boston Red Sox. [Read More]
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman compared his team to "The Little Engine That Could" after being asked how he viewed the Yankees in relation to their American League East rival, the Boston Red Sox. [Read More]
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Perhaps the best way to put it is like this: Giancarlo Stanton faces more national pressure. J.D. Martinez faces more local pressure. Stanton, the owner of baseball's biggest-ever contract, the larger-than-life Duke of Exit Velocity and the reigning National League Most Valuable Player, joins up with his fellow behemoth Aaron Judge,... [Read More]
As the Major League Baseball season approaches, the sport's eyes fall on the seven teams that have seemingly distanced themselves from all competitors: The Astros, Dodgers, Indians, Cubs, Yankees, Red Sox and Nationals. All made the postseason last year, and all enter the spring as heavy favorites to get there again. ... [Read More]
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