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David Ortiz Records 500th Home Run: Highlights and Reaction

Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz became the 27th member of the 500-home run club against the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday.

Ortiz's second home run of the game pushed the 39-year-old into the distinguished club, as MLB noted:

Good Guy or Not, David Ortiz Doesn't Belong in the Hall of Fame

Let me preface this article by saying that if I had a Hall of Fame vote, I would definitely vote for Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Mike Piazza. When the time comes, I'd gladly put Alex Rodriguez in as well. 

I grew up during the steroid era. I was playing Little League when some of the game's biggest stars were having exciting home run races and breaking records left and right. It was fun. I loved it. 

Hanley Ramirez Injury: Updates on Red Sox Star's Shoulder and Return

Hanley Ramirez's return to the Boston Red Sox has not been triumphant for either side in 2015, as the 31-year-old is out of the lineup with a shoulder problem.

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Red Sox Owner John Henry Sued by Woman Alleging Injuries from Foul Ball

Fan safety at MLB games has been under the microscope lately, and legal action from a Fenway Park attendee is set to intensify discussion about the issue.

Constructing a Perfect Dave Dombrowski-Led Red Sox Rebuilding Plan

Dave Dombrowski won big in his fifth year in Florida, and in his fifth year in Detroit. He's in Boston now because the Red Sox expect him to win big there, too, but there's no way they expect him to take five years to do it.

Dave Dombrowski to Red Sox: Takeaways from Exec's Introductory Press Conference

The Boston Red Sox officially announced Wednesday that Dave Dombrowski will be taking over as president of baseball operations, with general manager Ben Cherington stepping down from the post he's held since October 2011.   

Dave Dombrowski is Perfect Leader to Pull Red Sox Out of Latest Mess

The Boston Red Sox needed a new leader. Dave Dombrowski needed a new job. Sometimes, these things work out.

John Farrell, Red Sox Manager, Diagnosed with Lymphoma

Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell announced Friday that he has been diagnosed with lymphoma. 

WEEI tweeted out the news directly from Farrell:

WHDH-TV in Boston passed along the manager's full statement:

Moves the Boston Red Sox Must Make This Offseason to Contend in 2016

The Boston Red Sox may not be World Series contenders in 2015, but there are pieces in place for a rebuild. 

What moves do they need to make to contend in 2016? Which players will they part ways with?

Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report MLB Analyst Scott Miller discuss the Red Sox in the video above. 

Koji Uehara Injury: Updates on Red Sox Pitcher's Wrist and Recovery

Boston Red Sox pitcher Koji Uehara will be on the disabled list for the remainder of the 2015 season with a fractured right wrist.

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