Mookie Betts is a blossoming MVP candidate, and he holds the key to success for the Boston Red Sox in 2016.
The Red Sox need to rebound and get back to the top. In order for that to happen, they need these guys to avoid the disabled list in 2016.
With David Price now in place, here's how the Boston Red Sox starting rotation looks for 2016.
Wade Miley is reportedly drawing interest from a couple teams, and the Boston Red Sox left-hander make sense as a buy-low trade target.
David Price is now a Boston Red Sox to the tune of seven-years and $217 million. That is a pretty risky contract when you consider his postseason history.
How much is Boston Red Sox president Dave Dombrowski willing to pay to acquire the services of ace David Price this winter? There should be a limit.
After signing Chris Young to a multiyear deal, the Red Sox have a logjam in the outfield. Promising 25-year-old Jackie Bradley Jr. appears to be the odd man out.
Former All-Stars and teammates Hanley Ramirez and Yasiel Puig both struggled this past year and should be traded for one another this offseason.
Here's how the Boston Red Sox' top five prospects stack up heading into 2016.
New Boston Red Sox team president Dave Dombrowski traded four prospects to the San Diego Padres in exchange for closer Craig Kimbrel.