Today's edition includes stories on David Ortiz's take on the PED allegations, Allen Webster, and an update on a rehabbing reliever.
More fallout from Dan Shaughnessy's PED allegations towards David Ortiz: The designated hitter feels the accusations are discriminatory and, of course, wrong. (Enrique Rojas; ESPNBoston.com)
A veteran scout wholeheartedly believes Allen Webster will rebound from his abysmal start on Wednesday. He also thinks the right-hander will have a "helluva career." (Gordon Edes; ESPNBoston.com)
Franklin Morales will continue his rehab assignment on Monday with Pawtucket, and he'll be stretch out as a starter. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)
Get to know a little more about new Red Sox reliever Jose De La Torre, who actually grew up a Red Sox fan. (Evan Drellich; Masslive.com)
How do Jarrod Saltalamacchia and David Ross stack up statistics-wise so far this season? (Jack Keller; Fire Brand of the AL)
Angel Hernandez's questionable umping has been, incredibly, over 20 years in the making. (Aaron Gleeman; Hardball Talk)
I know this blog is dedicated to baseball, but you must -- if you haven't done so already -- check out Scott Neumyer's amazing piece on what it's like living with the same disorder as Houston Rockets forward Royce White. (Scott Neumyer; SB Nation)