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Former Red Sox star David Ortiz is selling everything from baseball memorabilia to a backyard composter at an estate sale this weekend in Weston, Massachusetts.
The Red Sox, "out of an abundance of caution" amid concern about the coronavirus, said they asked Taiwanese prospect Chih-Jung Liu to delay joining the team at spring training following his arrival to the U.S.
Red Sox interim manager Ron Roenicke said Thursday that left-hander Chris Sale will start the season on the injured list.
Red Sox prospect Chih-Jung Liu, who arrived from his native Taiwan last week, is in quarantine as a precaution while concern over the coronavirus continues worldwide.
How much of a bodyblow is losing Luis Severino for the Yankees? Jeff Passan (1:51) and Hembo (28:13) share their thoughts with Buster. Plus, Passan on spending 15 fascinating days in Astros camp and Hembo on two youngsters to keep an eye on.
Step away from social media, Astros players! That's David Schoenfield's advice as Houston continues to take heat. He and Buster also hit on the energy Gerrit Cole is bringing to Yankees camp, the status of James Paxton and Luis Severino, and how the Red Sox's rotation is shaping up (3:54). Later, Sarah Langs hops on to discuss the Braves attempting to replace Josh Donaldson's production, the White Sox taking a jump in win total and her thoughts on the Cubs' lineup construction (19:47).
The Red Sox placed Dustin Pedroia on the 60-day injured list after the team claimed righty Phillips Valdez off waivers. Pedroia has played just nine games over the past two seasons.
The Boston Red Sox have named Jerry Narron to be bench coach under interim manager Ron Roenicke. The 64-year-old Narron has spent 32 years as a player and coach in the majors.
From names you'd forgotten all about to others you still need to learn, here's one player to track in every spring training camp.
Catcher Jonathan Lucroy, who played for three of the Astros' AL West rivals between 2016 and '19, says "everyone in baseball" knew they were stealing signs and that he changed his signs every single pitch.
Former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz says A's pitcher Mike Fiers looks "like a snitch" for exposing the Astros sign-stealing scandal after the fact.
After all the heat off the diamond, we've finally got action on it -- along with a look at a key issue each team will sort out on the field.
Looking at all 30 clubs, don't be shocked when these comeback candidates and rising rookies make their teams.
Jonathan Lucroy could challenge Kevin Plawecki for Boston's backup catcher role behind starter Christian Vazquez.
Rob Manfred roiled baseball with his comments about the Astros, Justin Turner responded and Mike Trout has something to say about all of this. Buster gets David Schoenfield's take on the continuing war of words across baseball and they run through the best players at each position in the league. Later, Sarah Langs joins the show to talk about where the Dodgers, Yankees and Angels stand after their big offseason acquisitions.
Red Sox slugger J.D. Martinez thinks the bashing of the Astros has gotten to be a little much and wants baseball to move on.
Red Sox owner John Henry disputed the notion that trading Mookie Betts was primarily to get under the luxury tax threshold.
Although Red Sox starter Chris Sale played catch to stretch out his arm on Saturday, interim manager Ron Roenicke made it clear the team won't rush Sale's return from a case of the flu and pneumonia, even if that means he misses Opening Day.
Red Sox outfielder Kevin Pillar says not having approached Kobe Bryant about writing a children's book like he had hoped to do is "something that's going to haunt me."
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