Rusney Castillo is showing gradual progress in Red Sox camp

Fort Myers, FL - 02/28/15 - Boston Red Sox center fielder Rusney Castillo (38) runs conditioning sprints at the end of the day. Red Sox Spring Training. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Peter Abraham, Topic: 01Red Sox, LOID: 8.0.2826364469.

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A thumb injury limited Castillo to 72 at-bats in the fall and winter leagues; the Red Sox were hoping for around 200.

Peter Abraham

// Projecting the Red Sox roster, version 1.0

Who is the odd man out in the Red Sox outfield when the season opens April 6? Here’s a first look.


// Cole Hamels, Cliff Lee still on Red Sox’ radar

The Phillies continue to scout Boston’s talent, and while neither team is desperate, a deal could still happen.


// Worcester native Bryan LaHair happy for another shot at majors

LaHair was an All-Star with the Cubs in 2012 before his career detoured to Japan and the minor leagues.


// March 2 spring training report: Koji Uehara looks sharp

The closer had his split-finger pitch diving and was spotting his four-seamer well in live batting practice.

// There’s a lot to like about Red Sox’ Mookie Betts

The 22-year-old isn’t worried about status, expectations, or whether he’ll have a place on the roster.

Fort Myers, Fl-March 1, 2015--Globe Staff photo by Stan Grossfeld--Sox players shop for gloves outside the Red Sox clubhouse

Spring Training Postcard

Monday in Fort Myers: Full-squad workout, live BP on tap for Red Sox

Justin Masterson and Koji Uehara are among those scheduled to throw live batting practice Monday.


// Red Sox’ Justin Masterson is eager to prove himself again

The Sox got the pitcher on a one-year, $9.5 million deal, and know about his considerable character.

Fort Myers, FL - 02/27/15 - Boston Red Sox outfielder Quintin Berry takes off for home trying to score from second base during base running drills. Red Sox Spring Training. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Peter Abraham, Topic: 28Red Sox, LOID: 8.0.2826364469.

Red Sox notebook

Prior stint with Red Sox rekindled Quintin Berry’s love for baseball

Berry earned a 2013 World Series ring, and remembered why he loved the game in the first place.

When Daniel Nava gets to the cages the next few weeks, he’ll be working on mainly hitting from the left side of the plate.

Barry Chin/Globe Staff

Red Sox notebook

Daniel Nava to experiment with hitting lefthanded vs. lefties

Nava says he hasn’t given up being a switch hitter, but his numbers have deteriorated from the right side.

Nick Cafardo | On baseball

// What should the Red Sox do with Allen Craig?

He’s a professional hitter, but he only had a .128 average in his time with the Red Sox last season.


// Winning isn’t lost on former Red Sox pitcher Jake Peavy

The righthander won a second straight World Series with the Giants, then signed a two-year deal worth $24 million.

// Saturday’s spring training report: Joe Kelly, Red Sox pitchers dominating

Some of the hitters had looks like, “Yeah, [the pitchers] are ahead of us.”

// Before workouts, Red Sox attend domestic violence education seminar

The program is a joint venture of the MLB and Players Association in conjunction with Northeastern University’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society.

// MLB commissioner responds to David Ortiz’s complaints

Rob Manfred does not foresee severe disciplinary actions this season on pace-of-play rules.

// Yoan Moncada’s record-setting bonus sparks debate

Some feel international players such as Moncada should be subject to the draft, so that the playing field is leveled on salaries.


// For opener, signs are pointing to Clay Buchholz

By starting Tuesday vs. Northeastern, Clay Buchholz could be in line to start April 6 in Philadelphia.