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  • Cora in mix for Sox manager, but no decision
    Astros bench coach Alex Cora has been linked to a number of open managerial jobs in recent weeks, and a report emerged Thursday saying that he could be named manager of the Red Sox as early as the conclusion of the American League Championship Series. And although Boston president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski confirmed the team hasn't made a final decision on its next manager, there are still indications that Cora would end up with the job.
  • Hanley, Rodriguez have successful surgeries
    With an eye toward a more productive 2018 season, Red Sox slugger Hanley Ramirez had an arthroscopy and debridement on his problematic left shoulder on Tuesday. The hope is that Ramirez will be back by Opening Day.
  • Kimbrel a finalist for AL Reliever of Year
    The Mariano Rivera American League Reliever of the Year Award and the Trevor Hoffman National League Reliever of the Year Award, both presented by The Hartford, are scheduled to be presented Oct. 28 at Game 4 of the 113th World Series.
  • Red Sox meet with Ausmus for manager role
    Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski interviewed his second managerial candidate in two days: former Tigers manager Brad Ausmus.
  • Betts, Devers are MLB #AwardWorthy
    Vote for Rafael Devers (Player-Fan Interaction) and Mookie Betts (Best Defensive Player) in the 2017 Esurance MLB Awards, baseball's ultimate honors.
  • Boston's clear '18 goal is longer October run
    After back-to-back 93-win seasons and American League East Championships, the clear goal for the Red Sox heading into 2018 is to turn regular-season success into a deep October run.
  • Despite ALDS loss, Red Sox had strong 2017
    The path to get there was much different, but the Red Sox matched their 93-win total from a year ago and won back-to-back American League East titles for the first time in club history.
  • Hall of Fame exhibit to spotlight players with ALS
    It's one of the most iconic speeches in American history. On YouTube, the countless videos of Lou Gehrig's farewell speech on July 4, 1939, have accumulated millions of views. And 78 years later, that moment has been replayed and analyzed every which way. But when Pete Frates watched Lou's moment shortly after receiving his ALS diagnosis in 2012, he had a different take.
  • Scott undergoes arthroscopic surgery on elbow
    Red Sox reliever Robby Scott underwent a left elbow arthrosocopy and debridement at Massachusetts General Hospital on Wednesday and is expected to be ready for the start of Spring Training.
  • 5 to watch for Red Sox manager opening
    As Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski seeks a replacement for John Farrell, he will do it with the mindset that managing in Boston is not for everyone.
  • Red Sox dismiss Farrell after five seasons
    The decision to move on from manager John Farrell, who had guided the Red Sox to American League East titles the last two years, was not an easy one for president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski to make.
  • Price not expected to need surgery on elbow
    Red Sox left-hander David Price goes into the offseason healthy with no expectation that surgery will be necessary on his left elbow, said Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski on Wednesday.
  • Statement from John Farrell
    Despite an end to this season that we all wanted to be different, I am proud of this ball club and the resiliency shown. I have enjoyed every moment of this job -- its peaks and its valleys. There are few, if any, positions in life that create so much passion on a daily basis.
  • Pomeranz washes away bitter taste of loss
    If not for the jarring late-game swings by the Astros that ended the season for the Red Sox the day before, Drew Pomeranz likely would have spent part of Tuesday in the interview room at Minute Maid Park discussing his upcoming start in a winner-take-all Game 5 of the American League Division Series presented by Doosan.
  • Sox battle to end, but eliminated with G4 loss
    The Astros had battled the Red Sox for more than four hours of drama-filled October baseball before second baseman Jose Altuve fielded a grounder off the bat of Dustin Pedroia and threw it to first base for the final out of a 5-4 win that locked up Game 4 of the American League Division Series presented by Doosan.
  • Fan's reaction to Sox's loss is heartbreaking
    Fan's reaction to Sox's loss is heartbreaking
  • Postseason primes Red Sox for 2018 push
    The end of 2017 was abrupt and a bit painful for the Red Sox, with Monday's 5-4 loss to the Astros in Game 4 of the American League Division Series presented by Doosan coming after the club couldn't protect a one-run lead with six outs to go.
  • Red Sox's Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Red Sox have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Boston's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
  • Sale-Kimbrel closing plan goes awry in loss
    With a chance to push the American League Division Series presented by Doosan to the limit against the Astros, the Red Sox had their two best pitchers lined up to close it out.
  • Inside job: Devers electrifies fans with HR
    It may not have been the way the Red Sox envisioned their season ending, but Monday's 5-4 loss to the Astros in Game 4 of the American League Division Series presented by Doosan showed the club's bright future.
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