|Sox prospects work with students to paint school mural|
For the Red Sox, Monday's opening of the annual Rookie Development Program included an event that befitted Martin Luther King Day, as players took part in community service.
|Sox avoid arb with Bradley, Bogaerts, 5 others|
The Red Sox avoided arbitration by reaching one-year agreements with seven players on Friday, including two All-Stars from last season -- shortstop Xander Bogaerts ($4.5 million, according to a source) and center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. ($3.6 million).
|Around the Horn: Baby B's to anchor outfield|
With the start of Spring Training just a few weeks away, anticipation is building for the 2017 season. MLB.com is going around the horn to break down each area of the Red Sox, continuing with the outfield.
|Fenway to host 3 college football games in 2017|
College football returns to Fenway Park in November with three games featuring Division I programs from New England.
|Breaking down Schilling's Hall of Fame case|
Curt Schilling is in his fifth year on the National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, meaning if he's not elected this year, he'll be halfway through his 10-year window for election by voting members of the Baseball Writers' Assocation of America. Here's a breakdown of Schilling's case before the 73rd BBWAA Hall of Fame election is revealed Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 6 p.m. ET live on MLB Network, and simulcast live on MLB.com beginning at 5 p.m.
|Hot Stove Tracker: Free agents and trades|
Stay on top of all the offseason moves with the MLB.com Hot Stove Tracker, which updates with the latest free-agent signings and trades.
|Around the Horn: Double-play duo a Sox strength|
With the start of Spring Training just a few weeks away, anticipation is building for the 2017 season. MLB.com is going around the horn to break down each area of the Red Sox, continuing with the middle infield.
|Little change in Red Sox's Minors staff|
The Red Sox announced their 2017 Minor League coaching staffs on Wednesday, returning most of their members from last season.
|Should the DR pursue Big Papi for WBC '17?|
David Ortiz captured the attention of Red Sox Nation with cryptic Twitter activity this week. Representatives of Big Papi and Boston haven't said publicly that a comeback is possible. But under any scenario in which Ortiz returns to uniform, the 2017 World Baseball Classic is a natural place to start.
|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.
|Carter would give Red Sox true slugger they need|
As presently constituted, the Red Sox have a balanced roster that looks good enough to win the American League East. President of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski has noted a few times that he doesn't feel a "driving force" to make any more acquisitions. But that doesn't necessarily mean he won't. If you look at the Red Sox, perhaps the biggest thing they lack is a true slugger.
|Spring is in the air: First workout dates announced|
Despite the frigid temperatures throughout many big league cities, Major League Baseball's announcement Tuesday of the first workout dates of Spring Training should be enough to warm the hearts of baseball fans everywhere.
|Big Papi's mysterious tweet causes stir|
Big Papi's mysterious tweet causes stir
|Inbox: Will Kimbrel return to dominance?|
Entering his age-29 season, it would seem Craig Kimbrel can still bounce back to the elite level he was at in Atlanta. But will he? Red Sox beat reporter Ian Browne fields this and other questions in his Inbox.
|Manny Ramirez signs with independent Japanese team|
Manny Ramirez signs with independent Japanese team
|Around the Horn: Steady production key at infield corners|
With the start of Spring Training just a few weeks away, anticipation is building for the 2017 season. MLB.com is going around the horn to break down each area of the Red Sox, continuing with the corner infield.
|Betts headlines Boston Writers Dinner attendees|
If you'd like an up-close look at some key Red Sox players before Spring Training, the 78th annual Boston Baseball Writers Dinner on Jan. 19 presents the perfect opportunity.
|Around the Horn: Who'll catch on in Boston?|
With the start of Spring Training just a few weeks away, anticipation is building for the 2017 season. MLB.com will go around the horn to break down each area of the Red Sox, starting today with the catching position.