|8 Red Sox connections to World Series|
There is no World Series in Boston this year, yet there are compelling Red Sox-centric storylines all over a Fall Classic that begins on Tuesday. It's hard to remember a World Series not involving the Red Sox that had so many key participants who once called Fenway Park home. Here is a look at those who will be of interest to Boston viewers.
|Red Sox promote Romero to senior VP/assistant GM|
The Red Sox promoted Eddie Romero to the position of senior vice president/assistant general manager on Tuesday to help fill the void created when Mike Hazen left to become GM of the D-backs.
|Moncada sidelined with jammed left thumb|
Yoan Moncada, the highly touted Cuban infielder who saw some Major League time with the Boston Red Sox this year, jammed his left thumb swinging at an inside pitch Friday night in the Arizona Fall League and is expected to be out at least two more days.
|Inbox: How can Sox maximize Panda's value?|
Will Pablo Sandoval have a chance to be the Red Sox's third baseman, or will the team use him as a designated hitter? Ian Browne answers this and more in the latest Inbox.
|Dubon provides spark in Fall League victory|
Mauricio Dubon put a slow Arizona Fall League start behind him Wednesday night, providing three hits and two steals to spark the Surprise Saguaros to a 2-1 victory over the Scottsdale Scorpions.
|Sox look to tweak East title team for '17 run|
For Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski, there are two major areas of focus in his quest to put together a team that can defend the American League East title and make a deep run next October. The first is to try to replace David Ortiz's elite production. The second is to rebuild a bullpen that could lose free agents Koji Uehara, Brad Ziegler and Junichi Tazawa.
|Bill Lee listed as 'Spaceman' on Vermont ballot|
Bill Lee listed as 'Spaceman' on Vermont ballot
|#AwardWorthy: Vote for your Red Sox|
Mookie Betts, David Ortiz and Hanley Ramirez are vying for baseball's top honors in the 2016 Esurance MLB Awards. Vote now to help your Sox win big.
|Kopech, Ball combine for five hitless frames in AFL|
The Surprise Saguaros beat the Scottsdale Scorpions on Saturday, 8-1, thanks in part to stellar pitching by Red Sox prospects Michael Kopech and Trey Ball.
|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.
|2016 marked return to prominence for Red Sox|
For the Red Sox, the sting of the sweep will linger for a few days. But it will eventually give way to the realization that 2016 was a year of baseball revival in Boston.
|Hazen hired as D-backs' general manager|
The Red Sox have a sudden vacancy at general manager, as the D-backs announced Sunday they've hired Mike Hazen to serve in that role.
|Pedroia undergoes successful knee surgery|
Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, the team announced Thursday morning.
|Replacing Ortiz at DH a tall order for Red Sox|
There is no doubt that David Ortiz's retirement leaves an enormous void in the Red Sox's clubhouse. But for the first time in 14 years, his absence also leaves a looming question mark in Boston's formidable lineup.
|Red Sox prospect Moncada shines in Fall League debut|
After getting his first taste of the Major Leagues, No. 1 overall prospect Yoan Moncada is already making his presence felt in the Arizona Fall League.
|Dombrowski: Farrell will manage Sox in 2017|
Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski put any speculation to rest at the start of his season-ending news conference on Tuesday by announcing that manager John Farrell will be back in the dugout next season.
|Moncada benefits from first big league stint|
While the numbers may not show it, the Red Sox believe No. 1 prospect Yoan Moncada's time with the club during the final month of the regular season was beneficial for the 21-year-old.
|Price confident he'll win over Red Sox fans|
For Red Sox lefty David Price, the feeling was too familiar. He stood in a clubhouse full of packed boxes and bags, wishing the season wasn't over yet.