Christian Vazquez didn't hit for the cycle. He did one better.
Francellis Montas has put together a few good starts. With his ERA finally starting to move in the right direction, is he ready to grab a share of the spotlight?
Vinicio's second go of things at Greenville is not going as well as his first, as well as updates from two of the many pitching prospects at Low-A.
Jackie Bradley Jr. and Garin Cecchini are both back in action and hitting the ball pretty well to boot.
Bradley Jr. works his way back, Rubby De La Rosa is starting to come together, and Bryce Brentz might be ditching extremes for balance.
The farm system put its best pitchers forward Thursday night as Rubby De La Rosa, Brandon Workman, Henry Owens, and Francellis Montas all took the mound.
There has been little consensus to this point about Boston's first pick, but John Sickels' first mock gives us some.
It's time to call it: Daniel Bard is cooked, and there's no reason to expect he'll ever be his old self in Boston.
Henry Owens finally gets hit hard, Jacobs wishes he would start doing the same, and De La Cruz's transition to High-A is a slow one.
After another successful rehab start, is Franklin Morales ready to take over the fourth spot in Boston's rotation?
The Red Sox have a lot of third basemen in the minors already, but one of the top college bats in the country could be added this June.