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Could Boston get Abreu after missing out in '13?

Four years ago, Red Sox executives were smarting with disappointment when Jose Abreu signed as an international free agent with the White Sox. Boston was one of four finalists for Abreu at that time. Perhaps the slugging first baseman will finally end up in Boston, with the chance to take aim at the Green Monster for 81 home games a year. …read more

'Spaceman' displays competitive fire at charity tournament

Bill Lee stared at the 6-year-old crowding his plate like he did at Johnny Bench doing the same thing more than 40 Octobers ago. At 69 years old, Lee’s eyes are still wide. His hair still kicks wildly from underneath his cap. He’s still wearing all red. And a Green Monster is again at his back. …read more

Little Leaguers get up-close look of Fenway

As Jim McLaughlin took his Little League team, clad in their Colorado Rockies league uniforms, to the Green Monster for a picture of the kids’ visit to Fenway Park on Sunday, he couldn’t help but notice the look on their faces as they entered “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark” before the Red Sox’s finale against the Astros. …read more

Ortiz ties club record with 9th 100-RBI season

David Ortiz swung his way to yet more milestones in Thursday night’s 4-2 loss to the Rays with a two-run homer over the Green Monster. The homer was Ortiz’s 36th of the season and put him over the 100-RBI barrier, marking Ortiz’s sixth 35-100 season, as he passed Manny Ramirez and Jimmie Foxx for the …

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Red Sox donate unique items for LUNGevity auction

This year’s third annual Winter Meetings Charity auction is raising money for LUNGevity in memory of Monica Barlow, the Orioles’ public relations director who passed away in February. Fans have the opportunity to watch a few innings from inside the Green Monster or play golf with Hall of Famer Jim Rice. more

Battered: Lester shelled, Sox swept

In the worst start of his major league career, Jon Lester was shelled for four home runs, a career-high 11 runs and 10 hits in just four-plus innings as the Jays routed the Red Sox, 15-7, completing a three-game sweep and send Boston reeling into a six-game road trip through Texas and New York. …

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