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11/26/2014 | Napoli finds joy in brightening lives of ill children

Mike Napoli wears a blue bracelet that says "Lacey Strong" and has hearts on it, and it is for a foundation in memory of Lacey Warner, someone who Napoli will never forget. Lacey died at the age of 16 in May due to complications related to a congenital heart defect. But in her last few months, Napoli tried to bring her whatever joy he could.

11/25/2014 | Red Sox willing to dramatically expand payroll for '15

Fresh off investing over $180 million in two hitters, the Red Sox are hardly done reconstructing their roster. There is pitching to go get, and owner John Henry made it clear that he isn't going to hold back the front office when it comes to investing properly in the starting rotation.

11/25/2014 | 'Three Amigos' ready to take Boston by storm

Although Pablo Sandoval is just beginning to get a taste of his new home, Boston's new third baseman is having no trouble adjusting to his new teammates, especially Hanley Ramirez and David Ortiz.

11/25/2014 | Hanley's journey brings him back to Boston

The Boston Red Sox agreed with left fielder Hanley Ramirez on a four-year contract through the 2018 season on Tuesday. To make room on the 40-man roster, infielder Juan Francisco was designated for assignment.

11/25/2014 | Farrell: Yoenis will move from left field for Hanley

Red Sox manager John Farrell made it clear on Tuesday that Hanley Ramirez will play left field for Boston in 2014, while incumbent starter Yoenis Cespedes will shift to center or right.

11/25/2014 | Panda's goal is to remain full-time third baseman

Pablo Sandoval, who was unveiled on Tuesday as Boston's new third baseman, is acutely aware of the perception that he will move to designated hitter when David Ortiz retires, and he is determined not to make it a reality.

11/25/2014 | Dice-K will return to Japan to continue career

Right-hander Daisuke Matsuzaka has decided to return to his home country, according to a report in The Japan Times on Monday, with the defending Japan Series champion Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks expressing a strong interest in signing him.

11/25/2014 | Sandoval excited about 'new challenge' of Boston

While the electricity of the market that is Boston has been tough to stomach for some other high-profile acquisitions through the years, the allure of being in such an environment seemed to be a driving force in Pablo Sandoval giving up the comforts of San Francisco.

11/25/2014 | Red Sox change tactics to win now

The Red Sox are doing what smart organizations do. They adapted and adjusted. In the end, it's about winning in 2015. That's the overriding statement they just made with the signings of Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez, as well as the continued pursuit of Jon Lester.

11/24/2014 | Panda reaping benefits of win-win situation

Free-market economics are working out extremely well for Pablo Sandoval. The free-agent third baseman had three legitimate, lucrative offers for his services. That's as good of a starting point as one could hope for.

11/24/2014 | Don't blink, here come the Red Sox

What an era this is for the Red Sox. Has any team undergone so many seismic shifts in such a short time that it's on the verge of signing Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez for a cool $200 million or so?

11/24/2014 | Pedro highlights notable Red Sox on HOF ballot

Pedro Martinez was one of several players with Red Sox ties listed on the 2015 Hall of Fame ballot, which was released on Monday. The voting results will be announced on Jan. 6.

11/24/2014 | Cherington off to fast start with plenty of options

Landing Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval would not be the end of Ben Cherington's work. Until Boston's GM can shore up the rotation, he won't be satisfied with his roster. But signing the two established hitters would be a good start.

11/22/2014 | Panda to pick between SF, SD and Boston

The Red Sox could have the lead in the bidding for free-agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval, with The Boston Globe reporting on Saturday that the club's five-year, $95 million offer may give it the edge over the Giants and Padres. The club has not commented on the report.

11/20/2014 | 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.

11/20/2014 | 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.

11/19/2014 | Red Sox claim Francisco off waivers from Jays

The Red Sox claimed infielder Juan Francisco off waivers from the Blue Jays on Wednesday.

11/19/2014 | Sox make Lester offer; readying one for Sandoval

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

11/18/2014 | Red Sox woo Panda, wait on Lester

The Red Sox spent much of Tuesday -- David Ortiz's 39th birthday - recruiting another gregarious personality who would give Big Papi some much-needed protection in the batting order. Pablo Sandoval touched down in Boston on Monday in preparation for a pitch from the Red Sox, who are trying to add enough offensive firepower to sufficiently recover from a last-place finish in 2014.

11/18/2014 | 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.

11/17/2014 | 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.

11/17/2014 | 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.

11/15/2014 | 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.

11/14/2014 | 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.

11/12/2014 | 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.

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