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Red Sox Extend Spring Training Invite to Gustavo Molina

The Red Sox have extended an invitation to Catcher Gustavo Molina for Spring Training 2010. Molina played with the Washington Nationals’ Triple-A affiliate in Syracuse during the 2009 baseball season. Molina hit only .209 in 72 games with 2 HR’s and 24 RBI’s, so it is unlikely that he will make any impact for the […]

Red Sox Tickets at Fenway Park On Sale Today!

Boston Red Sox single game tickets for the entire season (sort of) go on sale today at 10:00AM EST. You can purchase tickets on the Red Sox website or by calling 888-REDSOX6. There is an 8-ticket limit per customer. Red Sox tickets for select home games at Fenway Park in April, May and September […]

Westmoreland, Kelly & Iglesias Considered Among Top 50 Prospects in Baseball Today!

Good job team – Ryan Westmoreland (#27), Casey Kelly (#28) & Jose Iglesias (#45) are all considered to be Top 50 Prospects within major league baseball today! Way to go!

You have to give GM Theo Epstein and his scouts and development staff so much credit for keeping the cupboard so full in recent […]

Interesting Major League Moves – Create Premiere Starting Rotation Trios

The latest major league baseball trend – locking up a sensational trio of starters at the top of your rotation. The Boston Red Sox became one of the leaders of the pack when they signed John Lackey to a 5-year, $82.5 million deal this off-season. Lackey will complement Josh Beckett and Jon Lester to […]

Tim Wakefield Honored with Bart Giamatti Award in New York City

Tim Wakefield was honored with the Bart Giamatti Award at the Going to Bat for B.A.T. Dinner in New York City on Tuesday night. The Bart Giamatti Award is given “for excellence in the community to the player who best exemplifies the compassion demonstrated” by the late Giamatti. Giamatti was Commissioner of Major League […]

Red Sox, Hermida Agree to 1-Year, $3.345 Million Deal

GM Theo Epstein kept his streak intact – by signing Jeremy Hermida to a 1-year deal today, Epstein & Co. will make it 8 straight years without going to arbitration with any player. Hermida was the final arbitration-eligible Red Sox player still looking for his 2010 deal.

Hermida will back up the Red Sox […]

David Ortiz – Papi Looking to Break Out in 2010…

Big Papi and the Red Sox are both hoping for a break out year in 2010. David Ortiz feels like he is primed and ready to return to form in 2010.

To most people, smashing 28 HR’s and driving in 99 runs would be a career year. But for the dedicated, affable Red Sox slugger, […]

Catcher Luis Exposito Next in Line of Top Red Sox Prospects

Catcher Luis Exposito is next in line as one of the top prospects in the Red Sox minor league organization. We wrote about shortstop Jose Iglesias earlier this week, and now we want to point out some highlights about Exposito.

Exposito is in town for the Red Sox Rookie Development Program at Boston College. He […]

Jonathan Papelbon OK with Red Sox “Annual Arrangement”

After signing a 1-year deal with the Red Sox for $9.35 million this week to avoid arbitration, Jonathan Papelbon dropped some interesting quotes about the whole process. In a radio interview on 98.5 the Sports Hub, Papelbon talked about why he hasn’t inked a long-term deal like fellow Red Sox superstars Dustin Pedroia, Kevin […]

Red Sox Rookie Development Program – Jose Iglesias Looking Sharp

The Red Sox are in the middle of their Rookie Development Program this winter and shortstop Jose Iglesias is looking good. Iglesias is also using the time to get used to living in a new country with new culture and way of life. So far so good for the Cuban defector whom the Red […]