The Red Sox signed veteran Japanese pitcher Shunsuke Watanabe to a Minor League contract on Tuesday, while releasing the contract of pitcher Chris Carpenter to the Yakult Swallows of Nippon Professional Baseball.More»
Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino is expected to be ready for Spring Training after undergoing successful surgery on his right thumb on Monday. Dr. Thomas Graham performed the nerve release procedure on Victorino in Cleveland.More»Victorino gets his second World Series ring
Although it was a jarring sight for Red Sox fans on Friday, seeing Jacoby Ellsbury officially fitted with Yankees pinstripes at a Bronx unveiling, the center fielder said he will always have good memories of his time in Boston.More»Jacoby Ellsbury introduced as a Yankee
Unlike in recent years, when the Red Sox have been at the forefront of Winter Meetings activity, general manager Ben Cherington stayed in the background this time, sizing up what opportunities could evolve for him later in the offseason.More»Browne on Sox re-signing Napoli, plans for Bogaerts
The Red Sox continue to gain appreciation -- and hardware -- for their World Series-winning season. Boston won in four categories as MLB.com's annual Greatness in Baseball Yearly (GIBBY) Awards were announced Tuesday at the Winter Meetings.More» Red Sox earn Moment of the Year Award
At 37, A.J. Pierzynski still has a 22-year-old's enthusiasm for his job. And during a visit to the Winter Meetings, he seemed eager to throw on his catching gear and uniform and begin his tenure with the Red Sox.More»Pierzynski drops by the set unexpected
Since the inception of the DH in 1973, nobody has dominated the position for a sustained period quite like David Ortiz, who on Tuesday was named the winner of the Edgar Martinez Outstanding DH Award for the seventh time.More» Ortiz earns Postseason MVP honors
Ben Cherington doesn't feel the need to force one of his prospects into the rotation at this time. At some point, he realizes, it will probably just happen. Anthony Ranaudo, Henry Owens, Allen Webster, Rubby De La Rosa and Matt Barnes are all knocking on the door. And Brandon Workman, a valuable reliever this past postseason, could start if the opportunity presents itself.More» Workman tosses perfect eighth in relief
The Red Sox aren't close to acquiring the infielder they are seeking for the left side of the infield, an acquisition they'd prefer to hit left-handed. Xander Bogaerts and Will Middlebrooks, who lead Boston's depth chart at shortstop and third base, respectively, are both right-handed hitters.More»John Farrell at the Winter Meetings on MLB Tonight
While the Red Sox might go with young players at shortstop and center field next season, they are utilizing a veteran tandem behind the plate in A.J. Pierzynski and David Ross. So where does that leave Ryan Lavarnway?More» Lavarnway singles home the first Red Sox run
The Red Sox have a problem many teams would love to have -- an overflow in the rotation, with Jon Lester, Clay Buchholz, John Lackey, Felix Doubront, Jake Peavy and Ryan Dempster all under contract for next season.More»Farrell discusses leadoff options, Bradley Jr.
Wearing a Marlins jersey with his familiar No. 39 on the back, Jarrod Saltalamacchia spoke reflectively about his time with the Red Sox. Though he would have liked to stay, he understands the business side of the game.More»Marlins, Saltalamacchia reach three-year deal
The Red Sox, who kept up with the fast pace of their competitors in the week leading up to the Winter Meetings, will still be active in trying to improve their roster over the next four days in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.More»Mujica, Cherington on Mujica signing with Red Sox
One of the best moves the Red Sox made last winter was acquiring an effective reliever who could also serve as an insurance policy at closer. General manager Ben Cherington hopes Edward Mujica can pay similar dividends.More»Mujica, Cherington on Mujica signing with Red Sox
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