Boston Red Sox

Ortiz invokes Brady when asked about retiring
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Red Sox slugger David Ortiz invoked the name of another New England sports icon when asked how much longer he expects to play.People asked the same question of Tom Brady last year, he said, referring to the Patriots quarterback.

Ortiz: 'Things not good anymore' with A-Rod
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FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Once the best of friends, David Ortiz has not spoken with Alex Rodriguez since Rodriguezs lawyer appeared to indirectly implicate Ortiz as a PED user in a radio interview.

David Ortiz rants at pace rules
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Red Sox slugger David Ortiz launched a vivid and occasionally hilarious rant against baseball's new pace of play rules, especially the one that stipulates a batter keep one fit in the box at all times [with some exceptions].

Ortiz Working Hard, Preparing For Season
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Boston DH David Ortiz responds to GM Ben Cherington's comment that Ortiz will be with the Red Sox as long as he wants. Ortiz discusses the work he puts in to be an impact player, the importance of being mentally tough, and his expectations for 2015.

Larry Lucchino: Sox, Yanks different
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Boston Red Sox CEO Larry Lucchino, who has repeatedly mocked the New York Yankees for similar spending in the past, on Wednesday rejected the suggestion that his team has become "Yankee-like" in how they operate.

Ramirez: We Can Go All The Way
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Red Sox outfielder Hanley Ramirez discusses his return to Boston, his expectations heading into the season, and his take on getting acclimated to a new team and getting used to a new position.

Sandoval Excited To Be With Boston
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Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval discusses his new teammates and the controversy surrounding his weight.

John W. Henry: 'Have to be bold'
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The Boston Red Sox are "as strong throughout the organization as we've ever been," principal owner John W. Henry told the media Tuesday.

Fight for CF job looks like a three-for-all
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Rusney Castillo, Mookie Betts and Jackie Bradley Jr. are all in the running for the Red Sox center field job

Red Sox GM: David Ortiz here to stay
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Ben Cherington said David Ortiz "knows he's going to be a Red Sox [player] as long as he wants to be a Red Sox [player]."

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