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Fans brave snow for annual Truck Day

As light snow fell outside Fenway Park on Van Ness Street Wednesday morning, the early spring forecasted last week by Punxsutawney Phil seemed anything but imminent. And yet, for the die-hard fans assembled to watch the Red Sox’s equipment truck get loaded up for the 1,472-mile trek to the team’s Spring Training facility in Fort Myers, Florida, spring has officially sprung. …read more

Moncada, Benintendi among Red Sox at instructs

The Greenville Drive may not have made the low Class A South Atlantic League playoffs, but they were absolutely loaded with infielders Yoan Moncada, Rafael Devers, Javier Guerra and Michael Chavis, outfielder Andrew Benintendi and right-hander Anderson Espinoza. Several of those players have spent the early offseason honing their skills in the Red Sox’ instructional league program in Fort Myers, Fla., which began Sept. 18 and will conclude Tuesday.

Fort Myers is special for Holt and his wife

For Valentine’s Day, Red Sox super utility man Brock Holt will be with his wife, Lakyn, under the sun of Fort Myers, Fla., as the couple gets ready for the start of another Spring Training. But two years ago, when they were still in the dating phase, Lakyn was back home in Pennsylvania for that …

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Truck Day lifts Red Sox fans' spirits in snowy Boston

While snowfall in the city continues to reach epic proportions, a small glimmer of spring could be seen outside of Fenway Park on Thursday. The Red Sox’s equipment truck left for the team’s Spring Training facility in Fort Myers, Fla., at 12 p.m. ET, as fans cheered and music blared down Van Ness Street. more

Tek: ‘How do you thank an entire nation?’

In a 30-minute pregame ceremony, Jason Varitek was thanked for his contributions to the Red Sox franchise, the only major league team he ever played for. Among the reminders of what Varitek helped bring to Boston were the two World Series trophies on a table in front of the Red Sox dugout. Friends, family …

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Red Sox News – Daisuke Matsuzaka throws for first time since Tommy John surgery

Daisuke Matsuzaka remains on schedule in his return from Tommy John surgery. (AP) Red Sox pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka played catch for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery in June to repair the torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow. According to the Kyodo News (via JapanBall.com), Matsuzaka threw 39 times from “short …

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Red Sox News – Kevin Youkilis on teammates leaking info to media: ‘Don’t be a coward’

Kevin Youkilis On the heels of the Red Sox’ September collapse and ensuing fallout, third baseman Kevin Youkilis checked in with WAAF’s Hill-Man Morning Show and talked about the controversy in the clubhouse that led to the departure of manager Terry Francona. “It’s been a crazy month and a crazy five days,” Youkilis said. “I’m …

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Red Sox News – A retrospective: Tim Wakefield’s journey to 200 wins

Tim Wakefield reached the 200-win milestone on Tuesday night. (AP) The moment was spontaneous and remarkable, a reflection of what Tim Wakefield has meant to both a baseball team and a community for the better part of 17 seasons. Few milestones at Fenway Park have been commemorated with the enthusiasm of the knuckleballer’s 200th career …

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