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Grady Sizemore's Failed Red Sox Comeback Could Be End of the Road

The writing had been on the wall for several weeks.

On Tuesday afternoon, that writing finally spelled the end of Grady Sizemore's unlikely comeback story, as the Boston Red Sox designated the 31-year-old outfielder for assignment to make room for prospect Garin Cecchini, as tweeted by Alex Speier of

Biggest Issues the Boston Red Sox Must Address at the Trade Deadline

Despite a 32-38 record, the Boston Red Sox are still only 5.5 games back of a playoff spot in the American League.  Barring a complete collapse, the Red Sox figure to be buyers when the July 31 MLB trade deadline arrives.  With that in mind, what are Boston's greatest needs going forward, as they look to stay alive in the postseason race?

4 Players the Boston Red Sox Should Consider Trading at the Deadline

Life clings to the Boston Red Sox like a disease.

At 30-36 and eight games behind the first-place Toronto Blue Jays, they are unlikely to make the playoffs this season. Yet they keep winning just often enough to keep them on the periphery of relevancy at 4.5 games back of a wild-card spot, and this is a team with enough natural talent to make a run.

Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses of the Boston Red Sox's Top 10 Prospects

The ranking order used for this article was obtained from, with statistics via

Twitter Reacts to David Ortiz Calling David Price a "Little B---H"

David Ortiz says he has lost respect for David Price.

In the process, a lot of people have lost respect for Ortiz.

MLB: 5 Takeaways from Boston Red Sox's Early Season Struggles

Fifty games into the 2014 MLB season, the defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox find themselves at the bottom of the AL East.  Even with over 110 games left, Boston fans should start to panic.  Here are the five biggest takeaways from the struggling Red Sox's season so far.


They Need to Start Hitting

Stock Up, Stock Down for Boston Red Sox's Top 10 Prospects After Week 8

We're nearly two full months into the 2014 season and we've seen enough from many of the Boston Red Sox's top prospects to judge their developmental progress so far this year.

Many of their starting pitching prospects have made 10-plus starts. Many of their hitters are nearing 200 plate appearances. We're even seeing some players promoted on the backs of fast starts and organizational need. The sample sizes may be too small to hold predictive value, but they're no longer too small to tell us part of a story in many cases.

Xander Bogaerts Is Still the Boston Red Sox's Shortstop of the Future

Year one of the Xander Bogaerts era at shortstop is not going as planned.

Red Sox's Stephen Drew Signing Is Beginning of the End of Will Middlebrooks

In a bid to invigorate a slumping offense, the Red Sox signed former shortstop Stephen Drew to a one-year contract Tuesday, as Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal broke.

Stephen Drew's Presence Will Fix Problems on Left Side of Red Sox Infield

More than six months after he rejected a qualifying offer, only to find no takers in free agency, infielder Stephen Drew finally has a home for 2014 after re-signing with the Boston Red Sox.


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