3/3/2015 | Miley makes quick work of BC in first Red Sox outing
New Red Sox lefty Wade Miley probably won't need the pitch clock that will be used in all Major League ballparks this season to prevent breaks going too long between innings.
3/3/2015 | Castillo to get left side soreness checked out
Rusney Castillo, who is in competition with Mookie Betts to be the starting center fielder for the Red Sox, suffered what the club hopes is a minor injury in Tuesday's 1-0 exhibition victory over Boston College at JetBlue Park.
3/3/2015 | Buchholz's delivery adjustments show positive results
Clay Buchholz only threw 13 pitches in his spring debut Tuesday, but he was pleased with the results. Buchholz faced three batters in Boston's 2-1 win over Northeastern University, and he said that his offseason work on his delivery has already begun to pay dividends.
3/3/2015 | Porcello tosses two perfect innings in first Red Sox outing
Rick Porcello, acquired in an offseason trade from the Tigers, made his debut for the Red Sox and retired all six batters that he faced in a 2-1 win over Northeastern University. The 26-year-old righty struck out two and threw all four of his pitches -- four-seam fastball, two-seam fastball, curveball and changeup -- in his relief outing.
3/3/2015 | Red Sox, BC honor Frates, donate No. 3 jerseys to his ALS fund
Pete Frates, a lifelong Red Sox fan and former captain of the Boston College baseball team, couldn't be there Tuesday to see his two favorite squads meet up at JetBlue Park. Yet if you looked around during the seven-inning contest between the Red Sox and BC, Frates was everywhere.
3/3/2015 | MLB Pipeline checks in from Red Sox camp
The Red Sox, already with a reputation of having one of the top farm systems in baseball, are to be on the cusp of adding to their prospect coffers with Yoan Moncada. But even without the Cuban infielder, Boston not only has a ton of talent, they have a good amount of it at the upper levels of the system. The Sox top two prospects, Blake Swihart and Henry Owens, look solid at big league camp.
3/2/2015 | Red Sox open spring slate with pair of college doubleheaders
The Red Sox will continue their recent tradition of opening their Spring Training game schedule with a college doubleheader Tuesday, hosting Northeastern at 1:05 p.m. ET, and then Boston College shortly thereafter.
3/2/2015 | To prep for opener, Papi to play first base later in camp
There are times when David Ortiz can keep his first baseman's mitt stored away in some corner of his locker for a few weeks and not even miss it. But the slugger will work a little more on defense this Spring Training due to a rare scheduling quirk.
3/2/2015 | Bogaerts finding comfort zone entering second season
For all the talk to this point in Spring Training about the improved first-step quickness of Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts, the other area he's gotten quicker in is every bit as important. He is now thinking faster entering his second full season, and that could have an immeasurable impact on his defense at an all-important position.
3/1/2015 | Rusney, Mookie to share center field during spring
Red Sox manager John Farrell said there is no front-runner to win the job as the starting center fielder, and he added that he will try to get Rusney Castillo and Mookie Betts equal playing time during Spring Training.
3/1/2015 | Red Sox impressed with Panda's leadership qualities
Though the Red Sox mainly signed Pablo Sandoval for his bat and glove, they are quickly learning that leadership is another valuable asset he can provide.
3/1/2015 | Betts feeling more comfortable after outfield transition
When Mookie Betts made a fine running catch in a drill during batting practice Sunday morning, it was a telling sign of how much more comfortable he is in the outfield these days than when he first transitioned out there in May 2014.
3/1/2015 | One-time elite prospects set for breakout season in 2015
While we salivate at the release of the Top 100 prospect lists, the fact is that very few players become superstars. But some still manage to surprise you when most have stopped paying attention. Who could it be this season?