Boston Red Sox rumors
It would’ve been surprising to see the veteran lefty walk after Boston’s World Series victory.
Who has done the best job offensively at their respective positions this season?
Boston heads to LA looking for a sweep in the Fall Classic
The World Series starts this week and we’ve got some big international signings to distract your from the lost Dinger Machine. Kris Jenner works hard but Derek Jeter works harder.
Boston beats defending champs in 5 games and now awaits either Dodgers or Brewers.
Bronx Bombers will take on Boston in what should be an epic ALDS between the two rivals.
Toronto decides to not bring back its veteran manager for 2019.
Multiple teams have inquired about the possibility of adding the veteran starter to their rotations since he has cleared waivers.
With the Giants not getting closer to contention, the OF could be dealt this month.
The presumptive AL Cy Young favorite heads back to the DL just six days after being activated.
The deadline may be well behind us but the waiver wire deals are just heating up.
Baseball’s toughest division made a ton of moves, all of which can be found in our recap series.
With them being a virtual lock for the postseason, the Red Sox have no doubts as to what they are doing as the deadline approaches.
While the fireworks slowed down a bit over the weekend, we’re still heading into the trade deadline hot.
With teams scrambling for pitching depth, welcome to a literal arms race. Check out what other trades and rumors have gone down.
Boston beefs up back of rotation in hopes of beating out Bronx Bombers in AL East.
The Twins have slim odds of making the playoffs, so the answer should be clear as to what they should do in the next few days.
The Red Sox add a potential back-of-the-rotation piece for the stretch run.
Los Angeles makes huge move for four-time All-Star by sending five prospects to Baltimore.
The team stores in Boston and Atlanta might want to stock up on antler hats, just in case.
The Blue Jays are out of striking distance in the rugged AL East, so it is clear what they are going to do.
With two huge trade chips in Manny Machado and Zach Britton, the answer is obvious.
The potential future Hall of Famer seemingly just can’t stay healthy these days.