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Amid the Chaos, Red Sox Have Quietly Developed Young Core for Future

At roughly the midpoint of it all, the Boston Red Sox's 2015 season is so far one for the "Disappointing" file. This team was supposed to be better than the 91-game losers of 2014, and right now it's on pace to be just slightly better.

Clay Buchholz Is the Ace Everyone Assumes the Red Sox Don't Have

The Boston Red Sox don't have an ace starting pitcher. I've said it. Chances are you've probably said it as well. It's been the consensus since, well, ever.

Clay Buchholz, however, begs to differ.

Dustin Pedroia Injury: Updates on Red Sox Star's Knee and Return

Boston Red Sox All-Star second baseman Dustin Pedroia has returned to the lineup on June 20 after missing three of the team's last four games after a knee injury suffered on June 15, per Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe.

Pedroia has been banged up at various stages of his MLB career, never quite making it through a full 162 games in any season.

Pablo Sandoval Injury: Updates on Red Sox Star's Quadricep and Return

Third baseman Pablo Sandoval was expected to bring his winning ways to the Boston Red Sox this season after prevailing in three World Series with the San Francisco Giants, but the Kung Fu Panda is on the mend with a quad injury suffered against the Toronto Blue Jays on June 13, per

Pablo Sandoval Reportedly Contemplating Giving Up Switch-Hitting

Pablo Sandoval has spent his entire Major League Baseball career hitting from both sides of the plate, but the 28-year-old may now look to hit from the left side exclusively.   

1st-Quarter Grades for the Boston Red Sox

A 19-22 record was not the start fans envisioned after splashy offseason signings and front-office proclamations that the Boston Red Sox would return to contention in 2015. Yet here we are. It proves once again that a record-setting payroll (in this case one that exceeds $170 million) doesn't guarantee success. 

Red Sox Getting Glimpse of Both Risk, Reward Associated with Hanley Ramirez

There is always going to be a give-and-take with Hanley Ramirez.

The Boston Red Sox knew that. They elected to pursue his services anyway. For the price of $88 million over four years, the organization gambled it would have more reward than risk.

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

Hanley Ramirez has gotten off to a strong start in his debut campaign with the Boston Red Sox, but the 31-year-old left fielder is set for a spell off the field after he suffered a shoulder injury in Monday night's game against the Tampa Bay Rays. He remains day-to-day with what has been ruled a sprain.

Continue for updates.

Hanley Ramirez Plays 'I See You' Game


Hanley Ramirez is having a blast with the Red Sox, smacking eight home runs so far in his first month with the team.

He made his "I See You" goggles famous during his time in Los Angeles with the Dodgers, and they seem to fit just fine now in Boston.

Shane Victorino Injury: Updates on Red Sox OF's Hamstring and Return

After a strong debut season with the Boston Red Sox, Shane Victorino had a 2014 to forget and has struggled out of the gate to begin 2015. His year suffered another setback Saturday as the veteran outfielder headed to the disabled list with a hamstring injury.    

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