Rounding up the headlines from the opening weekend of the 2021 MLB season.
Of MLB Trade Rumors’ top 50 free agents this offseason, only four remain unsigned: Jake Odorizzi, Cole Hamels, Rick Porcello and Jackie Bradley Jr.
The Mets, Red Sox and Royals swung a three-team trade on Wednesday. Andrew Benintendi is the center of the deal.
The Yankees and Red Sox do not make trades often. Adam Ottavino swapping pinstripes for Fenway Park is an historic moment.
The Boston Red Sox are making plenty of offseason moves. Kike Hernandez and Garrett Richards are heading to Fenway Park on short-term deals.
Veteran starting pitcher free agents Julio Teheran and Anibal Sanchez are throwing a joint showcase on Tuesday.
The Boston Red Sox are reportedly considering trade offers for outfielder Andrew Benintendi.
Heading into free agency, Corey Kluber has to prove he can stay healthy. The former Cy Young winner has showcases planned for January after pitching under 40 innings across the last two seasons.
Starting pitcher Jake Odorizzi is one of the top free agents this offseason. Moving at a glacial pace, there has been little news about Odorizzi this offseason despite fellow starts, including Charlie Morton and Drew Smyly, landing contracts.
The Boston Red Sox picked up outfielder Hunter Renfroe on a bargain deal.
The Boston Red Sox have deconstructed their latest World Series winning team. Jackie Bradley Jr.'s free agency is the latest episode in the tear down of the 2018 champions.
Projected for around $10 million in arbitration, the Minnesota Twins opted not to tender a contract to slugging outfielder Eddie Rosario. Rosario becomes a free agent, joining fellow hard-hitting outfielders like Kyle Schwarber and Joc Pederson on the market.
23-year-old outfielder Alex Verdugo was the centrepiece of the package the Boston Red Sox received in the blockbuster trade that saw the Los Angeles Dodgers acquire David Price and Mookie Betts.
The 21st century has been pretty generous to Beantown sports. Pick any year in the last two decades, and there is more than a 50-50 chance the city of Boston has held an open-top bus parade for its NFL, MLB, NBA or NHL champions.
2019 was a bad year for the Boston Red Sox and it got progressively worse as it went on. A year after storming to a World Series title in one of the greatest seasons in franchise history, they dropped from 108 wins to a mediocre 84 and missed the playoffs altogether.