|Castillo may not play winter ball because of thumb injury|
Red Sox outfielder Rusney Castillo's plan of getting a number of at-bats during the offseason has been derailed by a right thumb contusion he sustained while playing in the Arizona Fall League.
|Cherington hopes to meet with Lester|
Starting on Tuesday, the Red Sox can start negotiating with free agents on other teams. And that could include a pitcher the Red Sox are extremely familiar with in lefty Jon Lester, the man they traded to the Oakland Athletics for Yoenis Cespedes back in July.
|Red Sox sign Uehara to two-year deal|
The Red Sox announced on Thursday that they signed reliever Koji Uehara to a two-year contract through the 2016 season. Sources say the deal is worth $18 million.
|Red Sox mourn loss of former Mayor Menino|
The Boston Red Sox today joined the entire Boston community mourning the loss of former Mayor Thomas M. Menino. The club extends its deepest sympathies to his beloved wife Angela, their two children, Tommy Jr. and Susan, their six grandchildren, and the entire Menino family. The club also sends it sympathies to his loyal, devoted staff members.
|Three-time All-Star Youkilis retires from baseball|
After spending the 2014 season playing in Japan, longtime Major Leaguer Kevin Youkilis is officially retiring from baseball, according to his agency.
|Allen, Wills among new faces on Hall's Golden Era ballot|
Nine former players and one executive make up the 10-person National Baseball Hall of Fame Golden Era ballot, which will be voted on Dec. 8 at the Winter Meetings in San Diego.
|Five Red Sox moments up for GIBBYs in 2014|
Jackie Bradley Jr.'s outstanding catch-and-throw double play is one of the moments captured on video -- ranging from the spectacular to the quirky to the thrilling -- to be nominated for an MLB.com GIBBY Award.
|Army to honor Werner for Home Base Program|
Red Sox chairman Tom Werner will be presented with the Army's Outstanding Civilian Award for his work with the club's Home Base Program.
|Fall Stars Game filled to brim with talent|
Several of the best prospects in baseball will collide on Saturday in the ninth annual Fall Stars Game, the yearly All-Star Game for the Arizona Fall League. This year's rosters feature 14 players from MLBPipeline.com's Top 100 Prospects list.
|Clincher in '04 a culmination of magical run|
With a blood-red moon serving as the perfect backdrop to a night that would become historic for baseball reasons, the Red Sox set about getting those final 27 outs they needed to at last become champions in Game 4 of the 2004 World Series.
|Pedro's final start for Red Sox a memorable one|
When Pedro Martinez stepped to the mound at Busch Stadium on the night of Oct. 26, 2004, he had already established himself as a Red Sox legend, and one of the best pitchers in history. Yet, there was a bittersweet feel -- and for good reason. Game 3 of the 2004 World Series turned out to be the last game Martinez ever pitched for Boston.
|Boston's Marrero finds rhythm in Fall League play|
Pitching and defense ruled the day at Scottsdale Stadium on Friday, when the Surprise Saguaros narrowly earned a 2-1 victory over the Scottsdale Scorpions.
|Longtime Fenway employee Forester passes away at 91|
Al Forester, the longtime Fenway Park employee who drove the cart carrying Ted Williams during the 1999 All-Star Game festivities in Boston, died on Wednesday from natural causes. He was 91.
|Schilling's postseason magic kept Sox rolling in '04 WS|
In the hours leading up to Game 2 of the World Series, backup catcher Doug Mirabelli camped out in the players' parking lot and filmed his teammates as they reported for work. Forgive Curt Schilling -- but he was not in the mood. Scheduled to take the ball for a bloody sock sequel in Game 2 against the Cardinals, Schilling could barely get out of bed on that Sunday morning.
|Red Sox tab Davis to be new hitting coach|
By hiring Chili Davis, the Red Sox feel they've found a hitting coach with the type of enthusiasm and technique that players will feed off. "It goes back to the person Chili is," manager John Farrell said.
|Red Sox's Bradley, Pedroia, Cespedes finalists for Gold Glove|
The Red Sox have three finalists for a Rawlings Gold Glove, including rookie center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. Second baseman Dustin Pedroia and left fielder Yoenis Cespedes are the other two finalists from the Red Sox.
|Sox started 2004 Series with sense of inevitability|
Looking back on it a decade later, it's almost amazing how little fear the Red Sox had of the Cardinals, the team they would dispatch in the World Series. Sure, Boston had made that historic comeback against the Yankees in the ALCS. But that didn't provide any guarantees, particularly when you consider St. Louis had been the best team in baseball during the 2004 regular season, winning 104 games.
|Game 7 rout capped historic comeback in '04|
Derek Lowe's strong start and Johnny's Damon's resurgence at the plate -- including two homers and six RBIs -- put the finishing touches on the biggest comeback in MLB postseason history.