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10/21/2016 | Inbox: How can Sox maximize Panda's value?

Will Pablo Sandoval have a chance to be the Red Sox's third baseman, or will the team use him as a designated hitter? Ian Browne answers this and more in the latest Inbox.

10/20/2016 | Dubon provides spark in Fall League victory

Mauricio Dubon put a slow Arizona Fall League start behind him Wednesday night, providing three hits and two steals to spark the Surprise Saguaros to a 2-1 victory over the Scottsdale Scorpions.

10/18/2016 | LCS start times set through Friday

Major League Baseball has announced the start times of this postseason's League Championship Series games through Friday. The American League Championship Series features the Toronto Blue Jays against the Cleveland Indians, while the National League Championship Series pits the Chicago Cubs against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

10/17/2016 | Red Sox will begin GM search internally

Dave Dombrowski's search for the next general manager of the Red Sox will start within the organization.

10/16/2016 | Hazen hired as D-backs' general manager

The Red Sox have a sudden vacancy at general manager, as the D-backs announced Sunday they've hired Mike Hazen to serve in that role.

10/15/2016 | Kopech, Ball combine for five hitless frames

The Surprise Saguaros beat the Scottsdale Scorpions on Saturday, 8-1, thanks in part to stellar pitching by Red Sox prospects Michael Kopech and Trey Ball.

10/14/2016 | Sox look to tweak East title team for '17 run

For Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski, there are two major areas of focus in his quest to put together a team that can defend the American League East title and make a deep run next October. The first is to try to replace David Ortiz's elite production. The second is to rebuild a bullpen that could lose free agents Koji Uehara, Brad Ziegler and Junichi Tazawa.

10/13/2016 | Pedroia undergoes successful knee surgery

Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, the team announced Thursday morning.

10/13/2016 | 2016 marked return to prominence for Red Sox

For the Red Sox, the sting of the sweep will linger for a few days. But it will eventually give way to the realization that 2016 was a year of baseball revival in Boston.

10/11/2016 | Start times, broadcasters for remaining NLDS game, ALCS Game 1

Major League Baseball has announced the remainder of the start times for all potential Division Series games, as well as Game 1 of the ALCS between the Blue Jays and Indians.

10/11/2016 | Red Sox prospect Moncada shines in Fall League debut

After getting his first taste of the Major Leagues, No. 1 overall prospect Yoan Moncada is already making his presence felt in the Arizona Fall League.

10/11/2016 | Moncada benefits from first big league stint

While the numbers may not show it, the Red Sox believe No. 1 prospect Yoan Moncada's time with the club during the final month of the regular season was beneficial for the 21-year-old.

10/11/2016 | Replacing Ortiz at DH a tall order for Red Sox

There is no doubt that David Ortiz's retirement leaves an enormous void in the Red Sox's clubhouse. But for the first time in 14 years, his absence also leaves a looming question mark in Boston's formidable lineup.

10/11/2016 | Price confident he'll win over Red Sox fans

For Red Sox lefty David Price, the feeling was too familiar. He stood in a clubhouse full of packed boxes and bags, wishing the season wasn't over yet.

10/11/2016 | Sandoval a 'role model' in surgery recovery

The Red Sox have been impressed with the progress third baseman Pablo Sandoval has made since undergoing left shoulder surgery in May, and they expect him to be an important part of the club in 2017.

10/11/2016 | Dombrowski: Farrell will manage Sox in 2017

Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski put any speculation to rest at the start of his season-ending news conference on Tuesday by announcing that manager John Farrell will be back in the dugout next season.

10/11/2016 | Young core keeps window open in Boston

While replacing David Ortiz's production will be the most pressing task for Dave Dombrowski this winter, the Red Sox have a strong, young core returning for 2017.

10/11/2016 | Sox: There will never be another David Ortiz

To a man, the Red Sox spoke after their elimination from the ALDS about how David Ortiz affected them -- not only on the field, but off of it as well. His powerful stroke will be missed, but not as much as his presence in the clubhouse.

10/10/2016 | Oct. 10 David Ortiz postgame interview

David Ortiz addresses the media after Game 3 of the American League Division Series, the final game of his career.

10/10/2016 | Stay strong: Boston sends off beloved Papi

They refused to leave their seats until David Ortiz returned for a final curtain call. They could not let him go this easily. They could not grasp that this is how it would end.

10/10/2016 | Red Sox congratulate Tribe: 'They played great'

At the peak of their 11-game winning streak in September, the Red Sox were equipped with a team that was poised to reach the World Series. No one expected them to bend, let alone break. Now, even though it's painful, the Red Sox put everything aside and tipped their caps to the Indians.

10/10/2016 | Clutch hit proves elusive for Sox in ALDS

Part of David Ortiz's legacy will be remembered as his ballclub's ability to be one swing away from the big hit it needed. But those crucial knocks never materialized in the American League Division Series, which is why the Red Sox will soon be cleaning out their Fenway Park lockers.

10/10/2016 | Big Papi's greatest qualities on display in finale

We didn't need this memory. Lord knows David Ortiz has provided plenty of others in his storied career.

10/10/2016 | Oct. 10 John Farrell postgame interview

Red Sox manager John Farrell discusses Game 3 of the American League Division Series.

10/10/2016 | Loss ends Big Papi's legendary career

A baseball season had just ended at Fenway Park on Monday night, but the fans who packed the seats turned their attention to making sure they got one more glimpse of the slugger who had thrilled them since his arrival in 2003. They would not be denied. For nearly 10 minutes, their roars shifted from "Pa-pi! Pa-pi" to "Thank you, Pa-pi!" and then, "We're not leaving." Made aware of the situation by the PR staff, David Ortiz lit up the Fenway faithful one last time by coming up through the dugout steps and back out to the field.

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