|Red Sox reportedly interested in signing Hanley and Sandoval|
It could be a big week for the Red Sox. Not only are they believed to be one of the three finalists for free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval, but CBSSports.com reports that Boston could be moving close to an agreement with Hanley Ramirez.
|Castillo brings solid bat, great speed to Red Sox outfield|
MLB.com's Bernie Pleskoff takes a look at the impressive skills outfielder Rusney Castillo can bring to the Red Sox in the 2015 season.
|Holt past concussion, looking ahead to 2015|
A late-season concussion aside, one of the few bright spots for the Red Sox in 2014 was the play of Brock Holt, who came out of nowhere to contribute all over the diamond. Holt is now concussion-free, and he is going through his offseason as planned.
|Red Sox fill 40-man roster, protect four from Rule 5 Draft|
In preparation for the Rule 5 Draft next month, the Red Sox protected four prospects by adding them to the 40-man roster on Thursday.
|Red Sox showing signs for another quick turnaround|
With the Red Sox in high pursuit of Jon Lester and Pablo Sandoval, the club seems to view this offseason as a chance to reload and regroup and get back to where it once belonged.
|Red Sox claim Francisco off waivers from Jays|
The Red Sox claimed infielder Juan Francisco off waivers from the Blue Jays on Wednesday.
|Red Sox offer Lester, prepare one for Panda|
The Red Sox have extended an offer to lefty Jon Lester, and they are close to making one to third baseman Pablo Sandoval, sources tell MLB.com.
|No matter the location, these friends always talk baseball|
It does not matter if John Farrell, Terry Francona and DeMarlo Hale are in Sapporo, where MLB's All-Stars wrapped up the five-game All-Star Series against Samurai Japan on Monday, back home on American soil or anywhere else. For three friends who met years ago over baseball, who bonded over baseball and who reunited this month in Japan over -- what else? -- baseball, the topic rarely strays.
|Panda excited about visit with Red Sox|
Pablo Sandoval took his free-agent tour to Boston on Monday, arriving at Logan Airport in the afternoon and telling local news channel WHDH-TV that he is excited for a visit with the Red Sox.
|Inbox: Will Barnes be in mix for rotation spot?|
Could Matt Barnes compete for a spot in next year's rotation? How will the Red Sox address their outfield logjam? Is the lineup protection from Yoenis Cespedes key to David Ortiz's continued success? Beat reporter Ian Browne empties a full Inbox.
|Pipeline Perspectives: Castillo, Syndergaard the next ROYs|
Cuban defector Rusney Castillo of the Red Sox and Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard are projected to make big-time Major League contributions in 2015 that could land them Rookie of the Year Award hardware.
|Top performances, prospects from 2014 Fall League|
The Arizona Fall League is known as baseball's finishing school because it has graduated a ton of talent to the Major Leagues since it began play in 1992. Here are the development highlights from the AFL's 23rd season for all 30 big league organizations.
|Castillo looking like a 'go' for winter ball|
All signs point to Red Sox center fielder Rusney Castillo being healed enough from a right thumb contusion that he will be able to begin playing winter ball in Puerto Rico later this month.
|Red Sox revisit long-term deals, but due diligence key|
If the Red Sox are successful in signing free-agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval, they will likely have to change their recent course of avoiding contracts of longer than three years.
|Red Sox prospect Coyle goes yard in AFL win|
Sean Coyle, Boston's No. 13 prospect, finished the 5-1 win with a double, a homer, three runs and two RBIs. He has collected six hits in his last three games to snap out of a slump that has plagued him most of the fall.
|Despite rumors, Cherington wants to keep Cespedes|
Considering that power hitters are getting harder to find these days, Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington seems almost amused by the outside perception that he is looking to trade Yoenis Cespedes.
|Inbox: What's Castillo's spot in the lineup?|
Is Rusney Castillo's spot in the lineup going to change if the club gets Pablo Sandoval? Beat reporter Ian Browne addresses this question and more in the latest Inbox.
|Victorino ready to reclaim right field with Red Sox|
If you somehow erased Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino from your memory bank after injuries wiped away the majority of his 2014 season, that just adds more fire for him.