Manny Ramirez will have to scratch his plans to play winter baseball in the Dominican Republic.
The recent Jorge Posada fiasco brings to mind other instances in which once prominent players had a bad ending with their respective teams.
This offseason in the AL East the Red Sox went big, the Blue Jays got rid of a huge contract, the Rays watched a cornerstone leave, the Orioles stuck with their plan and the Yankees -- well, it's not yet clear what they accomplished.
As a "rock star" in Boston, Jason Bay is delivering in a big way hitting in the heart of the Red Sox's lineup.
Plenty of competition battles around the big leagues as spring training begins in earnest.
The cost-conscious Red Sox hope their high-risk, high-reward acquisitions will give them the slight boost they need in the AL East.
Tthe Angels have dropped out of the bidding for Mark Teixeira.
Jason Bay quietly goes about his business as Boston's left fielder, and both he and the Red Sox are just fine with that approach.
Factoring in depth, health, balance, experience and workload, Starting 9 ranks the bullpens of contending clubs.
Jon Lester didn't just return after being diagnosed with cancer. He came back and threw a no-hitter.
David Ortiz, mired in a terrible slump, admitted his night off Sunday was necessary for him to 'go back to being Big Papi again.'
Some teams have made major upgrades to their lineups, and others have lost significant parts. Here are the best and worst in baseball.
Unbelievably, the Rockies survived must-win games to make the playoffs, but now they have to do the same thing in the World Series.
Hideki Okajima and Jonathan Papelbon slammed the door shut on the Rockies in Game 2 as the Red Sox took a 2-0 lead in the World Series.
Through eight seasons -- four with the Red Sox -- as a manager, Terry Francona has grown accustomed to the fickle nature of public and media acceptance.
The Red Sox reveled after surviving the ALCS, and now enter the World Series as the favorites against Colorado.