|Craig feeling good, ready for action in 2015|
Allen Craig was able to say something on Saturday that he couldn't have said with a straight face last year, or late in 2013: "I feel good."
|Confident Kelly likes his Cy Young chances|
Red Sox right-hander Joe Kelly did something no prognosticator is likely to do in the coming weeks. He picked himself to win the American League's Cy Young Award in 2015.
|Pumped up Panda sees snow for first time|
It took Pablo Sandoval nearly three decades to see and feel snow for the first time, and that left him feeling like a kid on Christmas morning on Saturday. The discovery only added to Sandoval's excitement about joining the Red Sox.
|Pedroia 'ready to go,' sees Sox rebounding|
Dustin Pedroia no longer has any questions about his health, or any doubts about the kind of season he can have in 2015.
|Henry open to bolstering Red Sox with in-season moves|
There's still a month or so until Spring Training begins, and therefore plenty of time for general manager Ben Cherington to make further personnel tweaks, but Red Sox principal owner John Henry is pretty happy with the state of the team's roster.
|Red Sox owner supports Major League pitch clock|
Red Sox principal owner John Henry expects a pitch clock, similar to what could be implemented in Triple-A and Double-A during the 2015 season, to make its way to the game's highest level within a couple of years.
|Henry supportive of Boston's 2024 Olympics bid|
Count Red Sox principal owner John Henry among the prominent Bostonians in favor of bringing the 2024 Olympics to the Hub. Henry, speaking at Foxwoods as the club kicked off its "Winter Weekend," said he isn't formally involved with the "Boston 2024" campaign, but he supports what the organization is trying to do.
|Pedro honored with prestigious Fuchs Award|
Former Red Sox pitcher and Hall of Fame inductee Pedro Martinez received the Judge Emil Fuchs Award for his long and meritorious service to the game at Thursday night's Boston Baseball Writers Dinner.
|Betts happy to stay with Red Sox|
Trade rumors are something Mookie Betts is already able to keep in perspective. After an offseason of speculation, the young Red Sox outfielder is thrilled to still be in the organization.
|Cherington: Motivated Victorino 'a very good thing'|
If a healthy Shane Victorino causes a logjam in the outfield, the Red Sox would be all for it. The right fielder, who played an instrumental role in the World Series championship of 2013, is on the mend following back surgery and is expected to be a full-go for Spring Training.
|Cherington: Content with rotation, no plans to add ace|
Though James Shields remains a free agent and Cole Hamels still hasn't been traded by the Phillies, Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington isn't expecting to make a marquee pitching acquisition before Spring Training.
|Red Sox set for another worst-to-first rebound|
After a busy offseason that included the additions of Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval, the Red Sox have positioned themselves to go from worst to first again in the AL East.
|Pedro, Biggio, Smoltz select Hall of Fame caps|
The Hall of Fame has announced the cap selections for the plaques of recent electees Craig Biggio (Astros), Pedro Martinez (Red Sox) and John Smoltz (Braves), with all three players choosing the teams they spent the most time with during their careers.
|2015 Prospect Watch: Top 10 catchers|
Though only one catcher (Blake Swihart of the Red Sox) fits in the top 40 spots on MLBPipeline.com's upcoming 2015 Top 100 Prospects list, talent behind the plate actually runs deep. The Minors are teeming with backstops who have the tools to contribute offensively and defensively in the big leagues in the near future.
|Bogaerts should see better results back at shortstop|
When Dustin Pedroia does his first double-play drill of Spring Training, he might do a double take. Pedroia will flip the ball to Xander Bogaerts, the same shortstop he started and ended last season with.
|Red Sox reportedly sign left-hander Eveland|
The Red Sox have reportedly signed left-hander Dana Eveland to a Minor League contract that includes an invitation to Major League Spring Training, according to SB Nation. The club has not confirmed the deal.
|2015 Prospect Watch: Top 10 left-handed pitchers|
Though none of the left-handers who ranked on this list before last season began have graduated to the big leagues, there are still several new faces on this year's Top 10. Julio Urias, Henry Owens and Andrew Heaney are the holdovers, albeit with their order reversed from last year.
|Inbox: What value does Craig add to Red Sox?|
What will Allen Craig's role be this season? What's Shane Victorino's trade value? Red Sox beat reporter Ian Browne answers these questions and more as he empties the Inbox.