Boston Red Sox principal owner John Henry spoke with reporters today to discuss several topics related to the team. Henry emphatically said he's not selling the team, and also added that the Red Sox may not be finished making additions to improve the team, according to Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe.
There had been talks that Henry was considering selling the team, but he continues to deny this. There have also been allegations that Boston's ownership has been focused more on driving revenue than it has about producing a winning ball club. Henry acknowledged these charges, but he told reporters, including Scott Lauber of The Boston Herald, "the fact is that we're wins and losses-oriented."
Henry also hinted that the Red Sox may not be done making moves this offseason to improve the team.
Following their disappointing 2012 campaign, the Red Sox have had quite the offseason. So far this winter Boston's added Shane Victorino, Mike Napoli, Lyle Overbay, Koji Uehara, Ryan Sweeney, Jonny Gomes, David Ross, Ryan Dempster, Mitch Maier and Stephen Drew. The team has also re-signed designated hitter David Ortiz.