|'Excited' Sale eager to win ring with Red Sox|
The newest Red Sox pitching star won't worry about being called "ace" on a staff that already includes reigning American League Cy Young Award winner Rick Porcello and five-time All-Star and 2012 AL Cy Young Award winner David Price. Instead, Chris Sale is ecstatic to join forces with his new team and put everything he has into trying to win a World Series for the first time in his career.
|Sox don't expect Papi back despite Instagram post|
Though David Ortiz playfully hinted on Instagram Tuesday night that Boston's acquisition of Chris Sale could change his mind about retirement, the Red Sox don't expect Big Papi to come back.
|Red Sox getting calls on starting pitchers|
A day after securing the stud pitcher on the trade market in Chris Sale, Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski found a common theme in the phone calls he was receiving from other teams.
|Red Sox trade 'best farm' title for pennant pole position|
When Dave Dombrowski took over as the Red Sox's president of baseball operations on Aug. 18, 2015, the organization resided in last place in the American League East, but at the time it could bank on the promise of the game's best farm system.
|Red Sox acquire Sale for Moncada, 3 others|
The Red Sox struck for a blockbuster trade that makes an already solid team a potentially fearsome one, acquiring lefty ace Chris Sale from the White Sox on Tuesday for a four-prospect package that includes infielder Yoan Moncada.
|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.
|Source: Moreland agrees to 1-year deal with Red Sox|
The Red Sox capped their wild Tuesday at the Winter Meetings by agreeing to terms with first baseman Mitch Moreland on a one-year deal that is contingent on a physical, MLB.com has learned.
|Red Sox land Thornburg for Shaw, 2 prospects|
The Red Sox accomplished their top priority of the offseason on Tuesday morning, acquiring righty setup man Tyler Thornburg in a trade with the Brewers, team president Dave Dombrowski announced.
|Boston's deal for Sale tips scale in AL East|
Dave Dombrowski just changed the balance of power in the American League East with Boston's acquisition of Chris Sale. To put it another way, the rest of the division is on the clock. Don't be surprised if the Yankees suddenly ratchet up their pursuit of Aroldis Chapman. Likewise, the Orioles and Mark Trumbo.
|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.
|Red Sox catchers could immediately make Sale look better|
Chris Sale is a great pitcher no matter what the situation is, but it's also true that the poor White Sox pitch framing hurt him more than any other AL pitcher in 2016. Moving to Boston, he should immediately look better, even if little else changes.
|Papi says that Sale trade has got him thinking ...|
Papi says that Sale trade has got him thinking ...
|Sox sign 1B/reliever dual-threat Moreland after trading for Sale|
Red Sox sign 1B/reliever dual-threat Mitch Moreland
|Winter Meetings interview: Dombrowski, Farrell|
Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski and manager John Farrell answer questions at the Winter Meetings on Tuesday.
|Red Sox pick up Farrell's 2018 club option|
The Red Sox have once again demonstrated their confidence in manager John Farrell, exercising his option for the 2018 season.
|Red Sox have bevy of stars in next WBC|
All-Star shortstop Xander Bogaerts is a confirmed participant for the Netherlands, it was announced Monday. Hanley Ramirez revealed a few days ago that he plans on playing for the Dominican Republic, though an official confirmation has not reached the Red Sox yet.
|Red Sox contribute items to 'Play Ball' auction|
Red Sox manager John Farrell is forever grateful that he defeated cancer and was able to return for the magical 2016 season, in which his team won 93 games and the American League East title.
|Papi will be missed -- even by his opponents|
The reality that David Ortiz won't swing his big bat again is still sinking in for his friends from around the game who have competed against him for so long.