Rick Porcello was electric, and the bats finally woke up.
by: Andy McCullough — Los Angeles Times 12 Jun
Adrian Beltre thought he might spend the rest of his career in Los Angeles' embrace. He was wrong. Spurned by the Dodgers after the 2004 season, Beltre moved over to the American League. His fans in Los Angeles watched from afar as Beltre built a resume..
by: Anonymous — Boston Herald 12 Jun
Here we go again with the Red Sox, huh?This was an actual statement, delivered to me at an actual coffee shop on an actual yesterday afternoon. It was strictly hi-how-are-ya stuff, and a rhetorical exercise: The actual person was only interested in...
by: Anonymous — Boston Herald 10 Jun
Mookie Betts was able to swing the bat with greater comfort and confidence in the batting cage prior to yesterday’s game with the Chicago White Sox at Fenway Park.The right fielder went on the disabled list June 1 with a left abdominal strain, a roster...
by: Ernest Reyes — Blue Heaven 1 Jun
Dodger Blue passion mixed in with an obsessive compulsive desire to scour the world for rare and interesting Dodgers and Baseball collectibles.
by: Jordan D. Hill — Ledger-Enquirer 31 May
Former Atlanta Braves pitcher Kris Medlen discussed his decision to retire at age 32 and what's next in his life. As Medlen explained, he is very much interested in coaching or entering broadcasting, saying, "I love the thought of paying it forward."
by: Chris Cotillo | MassLive.com — Mass Live 29 May
New Red Sox beat reporter Chris Cotillo knew Fenway Park was a special place from the first time he walked in as a 6-year-old.
by: Bill Ballou The Worcester Telegram & Gazette — Providence Journal 28 May
BOSTON — The Red Sox have a throwback bullpen, a much better alternative than the throwaway bullpens some Boston teams have featured in the past. Without naming any names — oh, what the heck; there are no secrets in baseball, so how about Vicente Padilla,
by: Red Sox – CBS Boston — CBS Boston 27 May
Sunday marked the first alumni game the Red Sox have hosted in 25 years.
by: @usatoday — USA Today 27 May
Pedro Martinez, Wade Boggs and Mike Lowell were among the many familiar faces at Fenway Park for a Boston Red Sox alumni game
by: Buster Olney — ESPN Boston: Red Sox Blog 27 May
Julio Lugo hit a two-run home run on Sunday for the only runs in a Red Sox alumni game at Fenway Park before Boston faced the Atlanta Braves.
by: AP — Fox Sports 27 May
BOSTON (AP) Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez knew it was all in fun. But he certainly didn't expect Julio Lugo to hit one that far.
by: Associated Press — Boston Globe Media 27 May
"Julio told me: 'After 35-years, this is the first hit I got off you.'"
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