The Red Sox are entering a fairly pivotal offseason. With a payroll that has ballooned, and a wish to get under the luxury tax thresholds, it is likely the team will be saying goodbye to a few well regarded players that were on the 2019 roster. This series will take
Sometimes your eyes read something and it just does not make sense. That is the case after Stephen Strasburg notably opted out of the remaining 4 years of his contract on Saturday night. A day before that, Christopher Smith of MassLive wrote an interesting tidbit that the Red Sox have
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On this episode of the Red Sox Unfiltered Podcast, co-hosts Patrick Green, David Latham and Chris Drosehn talk about a variety of small sample sizes during Spring Training and give some way too early takes on what
The Boston Red Sox entered the 2019 off-season with a clear need in the bullpen. Craig Kimbrel and Joe Kelly hit free agency, and Boston had a slew of options to replace the two relievers. However, David Robertson, Kelvin Herrera, Adam Ottavino, and Zach Britton are now off the market.
Drew Pomeranz was an entirely different pitcher after battling injuries in 2018. Will the Red Sox take a flyer to bring him back?
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This past season was a season to forget for Drew Pomeranz. After being acquired for
Joe Kelly proved himself as a postseason hero, but was it enough to earn another contract in Boston?
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During his tenure as a member of the Red Sox, we’ve seen the ups of Joe Kelly and we have certainly experienced
The 10-year veteran and gold glover Ian Kinsler is now a free agent. Will the Red Sox strike a deal to bring him back?
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When the Red Sox acquired Ian Kinsler, it seemed like a 2nd base move
The reigning World Series MVP is now a free agent. Will and should the Red Sox bring him back?
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When the Red Sox traded for Steve Pearce way back on June 28, everybody knew they were
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There weren’t many players more important to the Boston Red Sox 2018 World Series run than Nathan Eovaldi. Originally acquired at the trade deadline for Jalen Beeks, Eovaldi had a strong regular season with the Red Sox,