Don't expect the Red Sox to offer Mike Lowell a four-year contract. They fear paying premium money for declining performance.
By winning the bidding war for Japanese pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka, the Red Sox forfeited the right to whine about the Yankees' economic might.
A productive, new-look infield, led by Mike Lowell, has helped carry the Red Sox to the top of the AL East, writes Sean McAdam.
Because this year's ballot lacks any marquee newcomers, Red Sox slugger Jim Rice just might gain entrance to Cooperstown, writes Sean McAdam.
As Theo Epstein leaves Boston, the Red Sox are left wondering where it all went wrong.
What are the odds the Cardinals and Red Sox could meet again in the 2005 World Series? Not good, writes Sean McAdam.
The Red Sox had low expectations for Wade Miller this year, but he's quickly become indispensable, says Sean McAdam.
With Terry Francona away from the team, Sean McAdam says the Red Sox learned how to cope with their first big hurdle.
Fenway has stood for 93 years, but the park continues to evolve as a viable revenue stream.
It won't be another 86 years for the Red Sox to capture another crown, but don't look for any dynasties, either.
That's what the Red Sox say about this team compared to the one that fell just short last year against the Yankees.
The Red Sox's one-man committee at closer has allowed the rest of their bullpen to thrive in defined roles.
With the Red Sox still prominent in the A-Rod sweepstakes, how secure is Nomar's future in Boston?
The lack of takers for Manny Ramirez, placed on irrevocable waivers by the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday, signals a change has (finally) come to baseball economics.
Billy Beane has built the A's into a perennial Series threat, but their window of opportunity is shrinking.
The Red Sox saw a pitcher in decline seven years ago. Obviously, they didn't look hard enough at Roger Clemens.