|Ranking aces: Who might land with Sox?|
While finishing in last place in the American League East, the Red Sox were reminded of just how difficult it is to compete without a true No. 1 starter. Here is a look at the top four free-agent starters, one of whom is likely to wind up in Boston.
|Inbox: Will Sox make run at slugger Davis?|
Does the news of David Ortiz's retirement after the 2016 season give the Red Sox any temptation to make a run at Chris Davis? Beat reporter Ian Browne answers that question and more in the latest Inbox.
|Dombrowski looks to find ace in free agency|
During a radio interview Sunday, Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said he did not have a preference among the available starting pitchers and that Boston would be interested in any of them.
|Fenway face-lift proves hit for college football|
Fenway Park may be synonymous with the Red Sox, but on Saturday, it was all about college football.
|Notre Dame prevails in Fenway football game|
For the first time since 1968, Fenway Park hosted a football game on Saturday night, with Notre Dame defeating Boston College, 19-16. Brian Kelly, the head coach of the Irish, grew up in the Boston suburb of Chelsea.
|Henderson, Yount recount milestone moments|
Rickey Henderson and Robin Yount , two of MLB's 29 historical 3,000-hit men, were on the stage of the Juniper Ballroom in the Aria Hotel on Friday, reminiscing about their careers in an installment of a lecture series that is a featured part of Tony La Russa's 4th Annual Leaders & Legends weekend to benefit the Pets for Vets program of his Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF).
|Light, Hernandez, Jerez added to Sox's 40-man|
The Red Sox added three prospects to the 40-man roster on Friday, with righty reliever Pat Light most notable among them.
|Travis plates 2 as Scorpions silence Peoria|
It was just another night at the ballpark for a pair of Red Sox prospects that continue to dominate their way through the Arizona Fall League.
|Signing Ortiz changed Red Sox's course|
Sometimes history writes itself. That was the case for the Red Sox with David Ortiz and Louie Eljaua, one of the scouts who pushed the hardest for Theo Epstein to sign him.
|Past, present Sox agree: Ortiz one of a kind|
With David Ortiz set to retire following the 2016 season, the thing that stands out the most to those who have watched him is how minimal his decline has been in the latter years of his career.
|In their words: Red Sox reflect on Ortiz|
With David Ortiz announcing that the 2016 season will be his last, members of the Red Sox organization have offered their thoughts on the legendary career of Big Papi.
|Often larger than life, Papi's had incredible run|
Has a nickname fit a player better than Big Papi does David Ortiz? He's had a career that lived up to it.
|11 of Papi's most memorable moments|
With David Ortiz's career coming to an end after the 2016 season, memories are sure to come flooding out for Red Sox fans. And as impressive as Ortiz's numbers have been, his career will be defined more by moments than stats.
|Papi confirms he will retire after 2016 season|
David Ortiz, the beloved and gregarious slugger who helped guide the Red Sox to their first World Series championship since 1918 plus two more, will retire at the end of the 2016 season. Ortiz revealed his plans in a two-minute, 26-second video on The Players Tribune website.
|Inbox: Is Boston looking to deal Bradley?|
Is Jackie Bradley Jr. on the trading block? Beat reporter Ian Browne answers that question and more in the latest Inbox.
|Dombrowski deals for now; Preller for future|
You didn't have to tell Dave Dombrowski how important it was to have a reliable closer. He always knew.
|Red Sox strike deal with Padres for Kimbrel|
The Red Sox acquired closer Craig Kimbrel from the Padres on Friday night for four prospects: outfielder Manuel Margot, shortstop Javier Guerra, middle infielder Carlos Asuaje, and left-hander Logan Allen.
|Scouting profile: Sam Travis|
Sam Travis has soared through the Red Sox development program. In parts of two seasons, he has reached Double-A and has compiled a .310 career batting average in 848 plate appearances. The right-handed hitting Travis is No. 11 on the Red Sox Top 30 Prospects list.