The son of Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy pleaded not guilty Tuesday in the stabbing death of his girlfriend as his lawyer fought an attempt by prosecutors to release what the defense called an inflammatory summary of the evidence against him.
Boston Red Sox TV broadcaster Jerry Remy, who has not appeared on air since Aug. 15, the night his son Jared allegedly murdered his girlfriend, announced Thursday night that he will not be returning to the broadcast this season.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy envisions few issues or distractions with the arrival of former top first base prospect Angel Villalona, who 3.5 years ago was charged with murder in his native Dominican Republic.
Dan Szymborski projects Carl Crawford as a Red Sox. The results look really strong, but there's one problem: Boston's lineup will murder right-handed pitchers, but against lefties (i.e., Cliff Lee), it could struggle.
A New Hampshire woman charged with second-degree murder in a fatal crash that followed an argument over the Yankees and Red Sox says her statements to police were coerced and can't be used as evidence.