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Red Sox: Hanley Ramirez slowed by shoulder soreness

Boston Red Sox first baseman Hanley Ramirez has been dealing with shoulder soreness when throwing, which could determine how he's used in the WBC.

Dustin Pedroia on Bradfo Sho says he’s taken some training tips from Tom Brady

As an elder statesman on the Red Sox, Dustin Pedroia says he now trains differently than he...

Shoulder Soreness Keeping Hanley Ramirez From Playing First Base

A sore shoulder has kept Hanley Ramirez from playing first base in a game this spring, but the Red Sox don't sound too concerned.

Red Sox vs. Cardinals lineup and notes

The regulars return to the lineup as the Boston Red Sox host the St. Louis Cardinals at 1:05 PM ET at Jet Blue Park on Monday

First World Baseball Classic red flag for Red Sox has emerged thanks to Hanley Ramirez’s sore shoulder

FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Let the World Baseball Classic discomfort begin. So, it turns out Hanley Ramirez hasn't played first base yet because there is a...

Blake Swihart Is Already Over His Throwing Woes

After suffering through what looked like a mental block throwing the ball back to the pitcher, Swihart is over his woes.

Red Sox: Hector Velazquez looks ok in his spring debut

Signed out of the Mexican League, the Boston Red Sox are taking a chance on the 28-year-old right-handed pitcher that has never played in the United States.

Blake Swihart feeling more comfortable behind the plate

Unless Sandy Leon or Christian Vazquez suffers a spring training mishap, Blake Swihart will start the season as the primary catcher at Triple A

Allen Craig is focusing on the positive

It's almost to the point where you feel sorry for Allen Craig.

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