Drew Pomeranz felt the difference when he warmed up prior to the third inning on Friday. Finally, he felt like himself again from a mechanical standpoint.
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The Red Sox will let the battle for the backup catching spot play out through the final days of camp, but Christian Vazquez appears to have the inside track with Blake Swihart likely to be optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket.
The Red Sox have seen enough encouraging signs from side-winder Carson Smith in his return from Tommy John surgery to think he could be ready to be back in their bullpen by June.
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To give veteran third-base coach Brian Butterfield more time to recover from an offseason knee replacement, manager John Farrell is likely to do some realigning of his staff for at least the early part of the regular season.
Maybe Pablo Sandoval will write a happy ending to this story after all, and isn't this kind of unbridled optimism one of the things we love about Spring Training?
Jose Bautista hit an RBI double in his first Grapefruit League game since returning from the World Baseball Classic, and J.A. Happ struck out five in 5 1/3 innings to lead the Blue Jays to a 3-2 victory over the Red Sox on Friday afternoon at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium.
Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts traveled the world these last few weeks, from Korea to Japan to Arizona to Los Angeles. But that long and winding road took him back to the Red Sox on Thursday, where he started at shortstop and went 1-for-4 in a 10-7 win over the Pirates.
Who do the Red Sox have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Boston's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
With both teams trotting out similar lineups to the ones they'll have against each other on Opening Day in Boston, the Red Sox downed the Pirates, 10-7, in a Thursday afternoon slugfest at JetBlue Park.
Steven Wright has put concerns about his right shoulder to rest while regaining the type of knuckleball that led to him becoming an All-Star last season. In Thursday's 10-7 win over the Pirates at JetBlue Park, Wright cruised through 4 1/3 shutout innings, allowing two hits and a walk while striking out three.
With the idea of getting his most dynamic hitter to the plate more often, Red Sox manager John Farrell is leaning toward hitting Mookie Betts third instead of fourth to start the season.
Where is David Price in his rehab? Red Sox beat reporter Ian Browne answers this and more in the latest Inbox.
The lights were on and the Yankees had most of their regulars in the lineup. And after turning in a dominant performance in a 4-2 win for the Red Sox, Chris Sale didn't hide the fact that Tuesday night's Grapefruit League start at George M. Steinbrenner Field was a pretty easy one to get fired up for.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Red Sox's depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
For years, the Red Sox worked to build up their system to one of the best in baseball. It certainly has developed players, sending guys like Mookie Betts, Jackie Bradley Jr. and now, Andrew Benintendi, just to mention the outfield. This offseason, though, two of the most exciting prospects in baseball -- infielder Yoan Moncada and pitcher Michael Kopech -- were dealt as the cornerstones in the Chris Sale trade.
A new uniform did not alter Chris Sale's dominance of the Yankees, as the left-hander struck out 10 over six strong innings on Tuesday, leading the Red Sox to a 4-2 Grapefruit League victory at George M. Steinbrenner Field.
A Tuesday examination on David Price's left elbow revealed added strength, but not enough for the five-time All-Star to start a full-blown throwing program.
Amid a frustrating first Spring Training with the Red Sox, Tyler Thornburg made some progress on Tuesday, throwing a 20-pitch simulated game.
Red Sox left-hander Drew Pomeranz felt no ill effects on Monday from the left triceps tightness that forced him to leave his start on Sunday and looks to be on track to make his next outing.
Pablo Sandoval looks like a prime candidate to win the American League's Comeback Player of the Year Award. The third baseman roped two doubles for the Red Sox in Monday's 7-4 victory over the Orioles to raise his Grapefruit League batting average to .349.
As part of MLBPipeline.com's visit to all 30 Spring Training facilities, we'll be sitting down with prospects and getting to know them a little better. At Red Sox camp, it was No. 3 prospect Jay Groome.
There might not be anyone in Red Sox history who loved the fundamentals of Spring Training more than the late Frank Malzone, which made it only fitting that the club he spent nearly 70 years with dedicated a practice field in his honor on Monday morning.
Fernando Abad returned to Red Sox camp on Monday reflective of his experience pitching for the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic, but also mindful of the fact he still has a job to win.
You could tell it was going to be a different kind of Sunday morning at Red Sox camp just by looking at the daily workout sheet.
The way the Red Sox roster is constructed, right-handed hitter Josh Rutledge is the better fit for the final utility spot over lefty Marco Hernandez.
The Twins rode a balanced attack led by Eduardo Escobar, Benji Gonzalez and Ben Paulsen en route to a 13-8 victory over the Red Sox in a Sunday slugfest at JetBlue Park.
The results are indeed impressive from Pablo Sandoval, as the third baseman walloped a couple of towering home runs in Saturday's 12-5 win over the Twins to continue his strong Spring Training.
When the Red Sox acquired righty reliever Tyler Thornburg from the Brewers in December, the hope was that he would emerge as the primary option in the eighth inning.
Hanley Ramirez hasn't played first base this Spring Training due to right shoulder woes, but he could be close to breaking out his mitt.
Pablo Sandoval hit two homers, driving in four runs, and Mitch Moreland added a pair of two-run doubles to lift the Red Sox to a 12-5 win over the Twins on Saturday at Hammond Stadium.
Francis Martes, the top-ranked Astros prospect by MLBPipeline.com, fired three dominant innings in relief en route to Friday's 6-2 victory over the Red Sox at JetBlue Park. Left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez turned in another solid start for the Red Sox, giving up two hits and no runs over four-plus innings.
Jackie Bradley Jr. isn't one to fuss about numbers, but 143 is the one he'd love to reduce. That is how many times the Red Sox's center fielder struck out last season, even as he became an All-Star for the first time.
Red Sox third-base coach Brian Butterfield knows he is in a time crunch to be able to run to his familiar post at Fenway Park on Opening Day. He also knows that he can't push it.
Last month, MLB.com took a first crack at projecting the Opening Day roster for the Red Sox. This seems like the right time to take another stab at it.
Manny, being Manny, hit a double in Japan
Christian Vazquez helped his cause to win the backup catching spot for the Red Sox by logging a pair of hits in Thursday night's 4-3 win over the Pirates.
Chris Sale can be a tough guy to like from the opposing dugout. But when he's on your side? He's a super-talented leader who works fast, competes furiously and always looks out for his teammates.
A day after Red Sox manager John Farrell made the news public, Rick Porcello reflected on the honor of that Opening Day assignment for a rotation that also includes Chris Sale and David Price.
The Rays and Red Sox played to a 3-3, nine-inning tie Wednesday afternoon at Charlotte Sports Park.