|Pomeranz, Wright may round out rotation|
With all the attention on the top three pitchers in the Red Sox rotation this spring, it is easy to forget that the team will likely feature a pair of All-Stars on the back end, too.
|Johnson to start Thursday exhibition opener|
Brian Johnson will be the first starter of 2017 for the Red Sox. Sort of. The former first-round pick (31st overall) out of the University of Florida will take the mound when Boston hosts Northeastern University at JetBlue Park on Thursday at 1:05 p.m. ET.
|See what's new on MLB.TV and catch all the action|
MLB.TV is back, and it's better than ever. Watch live out-of-market games -- including almost 300 Spring Training games and the World Baseball Classic (in U.S.) without blackouts -- on more than 400 devices.
|Glove love: Pedroia, Sox revel in Glove Day|
It was 7:30 on Tuesday morning, and Dustin Pedroia was hollering with the enthusiasm he usually saves for after a Red Sox win. This time, his excitement was for Wilson Glove Day, the day when several Boston players got their new gloves from the noted glove manufacturer.
|Red Sox set for team-building 'Patriots Day' viewing|
After Wednesday's workout, the Red Sox will head to a local movie theater for some team building.
|Spring Training has arrived! Get tickets, schedule and gear|
Spring Training is here! Check out the latest ticket deals, gear up at the shop and get ready for the 2017 season with complete Red Sox coverage.
|Farrell embraces potential rule changes|
Red Sox manager John Farrell sounds ready to embrace any of the potential rule changes that could be in store to speed up the game, including a pitch clock.
|Sox savor Sale's skills in first live BP of spring|
The Red Sox who stepped in against Chris Sale for Monday's live batting practice session got a glimpse of what American League East hitters are going to have to deal with regularly this season. The most apt word? Nasty.
|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.
|Mookie the embodiment of a perfectionist|
We saw him in his other natural environment over the weekend, the six-strike string he put together in Chris Paul's Celebrity Invitational Charity Bowling Tournament that finished with a Larry Bird-like lookaway on the last roll. Mookie Betts in a bowling alley is arguably as enthralling as Mookie Betts on a baseball field.
|Recovering Wright, Pomeranz throw off mound|
For two Red Sox starting pitchers coming off injuries and hoping to win spots in the rotation, Monday was a good day. Side by side, Steven Wright and Drew Pomeranz threw off the mound for the first time this spring. And they both did so with no pain.
|Spring into fresh look for Red Sox's new year|
Gear up for Spring Training with updated authentic caps, jerseys, socks and more, and wear what your favorite Red Sox are wearing
|Kennedy has 3 messages for fans on Presidents Day|
Sam Kennedy grew up a couple of miles from Fenway Park and is entering the second season of his dream job -- president of the Red Sox. So, on Presidents Day, who better than Kennedy to discuss the three core messages he'd like to deliver to Red Sox fans?
|Breaking down the Red Sox's Top 30 Prospects|
The Red Sox's farm system looks drastically different since Dave Dombrowski took over in August 2015. In his 18 months on the job, Dombrowski has traded away 11 players ranked on MLBPipeline.com's Boston Top 30 Prospects list. However, the system still has talent, beginning with baseball's top overall prospect, Andrew Benintendi.
|Fantasy Player Preview: Dominate your draft|
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Red Sox's depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
|Price, Sox pleased with first BP session|
As expected, Red Sox lefty David Price looked much farther along than Boston's hitters on the first day of batting practice at the team's practice facility Sunday.
|David Ortiz is enjoying retirement at the beach|
David Ortiz is enjoying retirement at the beach
|Panda overhauls righty swing, feeling no pain|
Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval showed off a revamped swing from the right side when he was among the first players to take batting practice at Fenway South on Sunday.