The Red Sox’ less than impressive 2014 campaign has engendered quite a bit of roster turnover, as GM Ben Cherington has done his best to extract value from nearly every franchise piece that isn’t/wasn’t bolted down. Obviously, more moves could have been made, but this isn’t/wasn’t a total tear ‘em down, build ‘em up job. […]
Maybe it does not feel like it, but there have been some bright spots on the 2014 team. Read this, and be momentarily merry.
Yoenis Cespedes saves the Sox from their 9th straight loss
Brett Cowett talks about why you should like Joe Kelly & how he’ll only get better.
Further plummeting in the AL East standings
Less of a curse, and more of a unfortunate series of events
The Boston Red Sox traded away four of the five starters who started the first five games of the season, but are their young pitchers who can replace them?
Who is the enigmatic Allen Craig, and how does he fit into the Red Sox’ crowded outfield?
A worst to best ranking of Ben Cherington’s trade deadline moves.
Brian Roach takes you through all the deals the Boston Red Sox competed on MLB trade deadline day.
Attention shoppers: Buy one, get one on any of the Red Sox bench or platoon players.
Assessing how the Red Sox can rebuild their rotation without Jon Lester.
I don’t wanna talk about it
Jon Lester and John Lackey were vital parts of the 2013 World Series champion. But will either be a part of the next great Red Sox team?
With the trade deadline looming on Thursday, the Boston Red Sox could be selling off several pieces after more subpar performances against AL East team over the last week.