Oct. 3, 2013
The 2013 Red Sox understood that they had to be better than the previous edition, which went off the rails like an errant Riverside trolley.
The Globe’s Nick Cafardo assesses the strengths and weaknesses of the Red Sox and Rays as they prepare to meet in the Division Series.
With a staff that is rested and ready, manager John Farrell can spin his rotation any way he wants to in the playoffs.
The search to rediscover the pitcher who threw a no-hitter three seasons into his career and pitched in eight playoff games took two years.
Lackey became one of the symbols of what had gone wrong in 2011 and 2012. But like the Red Sox, he bounced back.
Before he went on the disabled list in June, Red Sox righthander Clay Buchholz was in the middle of the greatest ride of his career.
The Red Sox have been over .500 the whole season. See an in-depth breakdown of all 162 games.
Jon Lester is the ninth pitcher in franchise history to reach 200 innings in a season for the fifth time. Here’s a look at the other eight.
An analysis of where the teams’ top batters make contact, where they miss, and where their hits are most powerful.
Since 2009, the Red Sox had finished at or below .500 for three straight seasons. Now they’re bucking the trend.
Buchholz didn’t miss a beat after returning from three months on the shelf with a strained neck muscle.
Track the latest news, photos and videos from our reporters at spring training.