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Victorino appears ready for Opening Day

Shane Victorino’s biggest day of Spring Training so far was Tuesday. That was the day he awoke after playing for three straight days and felt like a healthy baseball player and not an injured one. 56 more words

Opening Day

Airline Provides Florida Trip For Boston Marathon Bombing Survivors

BOSTON (CBS) – As the first phase of the Boston Marathon bombing trial comes to a close, some of the survivors received a much needed and much appreciated break. 515 more words


7 Red Sox Prospects To Watch In 2015

BOSTON (CBS) — In the wonderful world of sports, sometimes it’s hard not to fall in love with your favorite team’s top prospects.

Even if the organization’s present isn’t all that bright, a highly touted prospect can shed some light at the end of the tunnel and provide hope for the future. 1,609 more words


Hurley: Better Check The Brakes On Mookie Betts Hype Train

BOSTON (CBS) — All aboard the Mookie Betts Hype Train. Choo-choo!

That’s been the story this year in spring training, and with good reason. The second baseman-turned-outfielder put together a solid rookie campaign last year, when he hit .291 with five home runs, 12 doubles, 18 RBIs and an .812 OPS in 213 plate appearances. 1,252 more words


Tagging Up: Haikus

An exercise in reactionary writing, we take on baseball’s hottest topics, but only after a few or more than a few cold ones. This is unedited. 319 more words


An Open Letter to the Month of April

Dear April,

Thank you so much for being the best Month for Sports! You snuck up on me a bit, but I couldn’t be happier you’ve returned. 223 more words

Red Sox release Paulino, keep Quintero

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. (AP) — Right-hander Felipe Paulino has been released by the Boston Red Sox, who agreed to pay a $100,000 retention bonus to catcher Humberto Quintero. 118 more words