|Schilling, Clemens see increase in HOF voting|
Of all the players on the Hall of Fame ballot who didn't gain election on Tuesday, former Red Sox greats Curt Schilling and Roger Clemens came the closest.
|Red Sox's rotation if season started today|
We're less than a month away from Spring Training, so it's a good time to project what each club's Opening Day rotation will look like, or at least what it would look like if the season started today. With the help of all 30 MLB.com beat writers, here's a roundup of how they might shake out.
|Chavis among MLB's Top 10 3B prospects|
There is obviously a lot of turnover in the prospect world. Players graduate, they fall off lists, rankings change frequently. Yet the very top of this year's Top 10 third base propsects list is identical to last year's version.
|Celebrate title with World Series champs gear|
Boston has won the Fall Classic for the ninth time in franchise history and the fourth time in the past 15 seasons! Check out the Red Sox Shop and get suited up in official World Series champs gear.
|Red Sox CEO: We want Betts in Boston for life|
Superstar Mookie Betts has become the face of the Red Sox, and there's strong sentiment at the highest levels of the organization for that to be the case for many years to come.
|Patriots AFC title game win makes MLB history|
Patriots AFC title game win makes MLB history
|Sale healthy, open to potential extension talks|
When it comes to encouraging developments at Red Sox Winter Weekend, the fact that Sale is a full go again and feeling great about where he's at with his shoulder is at or near the top of the list.
|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 MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
|Here is each team's next Hall of Famer|
With the 2019 Hall of Fame class being finalized this week, let's guess the next Hall of Famer to wear each team's hat on his plaque.
|Sale: 'I would love it' if Kimbrel rejoined Sox|
Though there's a tendency to think about Craig Kimbrel in the past tense as it relates to the Red Sox, a reunion shouldn't be entirely ruled out until the fire-balling closer signs somewhere else. And if he does come back, many of his teammates would welcome it.
|Red Sox hungry for elusive World Series repeat|
One of the precious few accomplishments that Red Sox owner John Henry and Tom Werner have yet to see during their stewardship is a repeat World Series championship.
|Red Sox stay confident after Yankees' moves|
Another potential closing target went away for the Red Sox on Thursday when Adam Ottavino signed with the rival Yankees, sources confirmed to MLB.com. With less than a month before Spring Training, this leaves the defending World Series champions with a loaded roster that lacks one thing: a proven closer.
|Pedroia 'doing well' as running program begins|
How are the early stages of Dustin Pedroia's running program going? "Well, if you listen to him, he's doing great," said Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski.
|Yanks have been active, but don't sleep on Sox|
Sometimes, the ebb and flow of the rivalry between the Red Sox and the Yankees is as predictable as, well, the tide. The Yankees make some kind of move in the offseason. And there is often a reaction in Boston that the sky is, once again, falling.
|30 best defensive prospects -- 1 for each team|
Evaluating defense is still very much subjective, with metrics measuring fielding still imperfect. Still, each system has glovework that stands out more than others, and we considered many to present one best defender from each organization.
|Casas among MLB's Top 10 1B prospects|
First basemen don't usually draw a lot of acclaim as prospects, in large part because they tend to be less well-rounded players than those at other positions. When MLB Pipeline releases its new Top 100 next week, Minor League home run leader Peter Alonso will be the only first baseman who's not a two-way performer on the list.
|Inbox: Should Red Sox improve behind the dish?|
Do the Red Sox feel they need to upgrade the offensive production from their catching position? Vazquez (.207 average) and Leon (.177) combined for eight home runs and 38 RBIs last year. It seems tough to be able to compete (again) in the American League East with that production.
|Sox to be honored at White House on Feb. 15|
It will be an eventful first few days of Spring Training for the Red Sox, as the club is expected to make a trip to the White House on Feb. 15, just two days after the first pitchers and catchers workout.