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The Boston Red Sox are coming off a good year in the 2016 MLB season. After winning the 2013 World Series, the Red Sox posted a 93 win season and placed first in the American League East in the 2016 MLB Season. However the Red Sox were swept by the Cleveland Indians in the American League Division Series. Look for the Red Sox to continue that success in the 2017 MLB season and make a run at the MLB playoffs again and the 2017 World Series.

About Boston Red Sox
Founded in 1901 as one of the American League's eight charter franchises, the Red Sox' home ballpark has been Fenway Park since 1912. The "Red Sox" name was chosen by the team owner, John I. Taylor, around 1908, following the lead of previous teams that had been known as the "Boston Red Stockings".

The Boston Red Sox compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) East division. The Red Sox have won eight World Series championships and have played in 12 over the years. Boston Red Sox defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates in the first World Series in 1903 and won four more championships by 1918. The "Curse of the Bambino" is alleged to begin with the Red Sox' sale of Babe Ruth to the rival New York Yankees two years after their world championship in 1918 (the Red Sox had an 86-year wait before the team won its sixth World Championship in 2004). Following their victory in the 2013 World Series, they became the first team to win three World Series trophies in the 21st century, including championships in 2004 and 2007.

Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" has become an anthem for the Red Sox. 

From May 15, 2003 to April 10, 2013, the Red Sox sold out every home game, which is why so many baseball fans turn to trusted ticket marketplace CapitalCityTickets.com.

Boston Red Sox World Series: 1903, 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 2004, 2007, 2013

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David Ortiz Wins His Eighth Edgar Martinez Outstanding Designated Hitter Award
       
It might be time to rename the Edgar Martinez Outstanding Designated Hitter Award. For the eighth time in his career, David Ortiz was honored with the award for best designated hitter in Major League Baseball on Wednesday. If you’re keeping track, that means he’s won the award three more times than the person it is named after. The Boston Red Sox DH certainly earned it, as he arguably had the greatest final offensive season in MLB history. He hit .315 with 38 home runs and 127 RBIs, and he led the majors with a 1.021 OPS, 48 doubles, .620 slugging percentage and 87 extra-base hits.   That’s one heck of a way to end a career.
       
Fame Of Mookie Betts Reaches Ugly Sweater Level
       
It's official. AL MVP runner-up Mookie Betts is now an icon. And, for a mere $49.99 you too can own an ugly sweater paying homage to the Red Sox right-fielder. And, man, is it ever ugly! Emblazoned with an image of Mookie in a Santa hat displaying his Gold Glove, the sweater reads: 'Betts XMas Ever!' Yikes. According to Fresh Brewed Tees (the people who make the ugly things), the sweater is a 50/50 cotton/polyester blend. But, we guarantee you, it's 100% ugly. In case your cringe factor isn't ratcheted all the way up, there's also a sweater for David Ortiz. It tastefully reads: 'Papi Noel'. Why, we're not sure. We have an idea for an ugly sweater for Pablo Sandoval—but this is a family website. You can purchase the Mookie sweater HERE. Please, don't tell them we sent you.
       
Big Papi wins eighth Outstanding DH Award
       
Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, fresh off perhaps the best walk-off season in history, has been voted the winner of the 2016 Edgar Martinez Outstanding Designated Hitter Award.
       
Report: Edwin Encarnacion unlikely to land with Red Sox
       
The Boston Red Sox are seeking a designated hitter, but Edwin Encarnacion sounds unlikely to be the fit. According to Rob Bradford of WEEI, a source indicated that the Red Sox “probably” would not sign Encarnacion, with whom they’ve been linked repeatedly. Boston, it is said, is looking for a more short-term commitment in their efforts to replace David Ortiz. Encarnacion will be expecting a longer, more expensive deal, and the Red Sox would likely prefer someone like Carlos Beltran who could be had on a shorter contract. This is roughly in line with what we’ve heard all month now. On paper, Encarnacion is a strong fit for Boston, but his contractual demands don’t appear to line up with what they’re willing to give.
       
Red Sox Bail On Edwin Encarnación Sweepstakes
       
We pretty much knew that Dave Dombrowski preferred the rotating-mini-DH model over the traditional one, but now it's certain. Multiple reports indicate that Boston will—in fact—not be a "finalist" in the chase to sign Edwin Encarnación. Now, we will be faced with a serious uncertainty in the middle of the Red Sox lineup—something unfamiliar since the arrival of David Ortiz. In our view, not a good prospect.
       
Report says Red Sox 'probably' won't sign Edwin Encarnacion
       
Encarnacion is expected to sign soon, following Yoenis Cespedes' recent signing.
       
Boston's Porcello, Washington's Rendon win comeback awards
       
NEW YORK (AP) Boston Red Sox pitcher Rick Porcello has won the AL Comeback Player of the Year award, while Washington Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon received the NL honor. Porcello also won the Cy Young Award in his second season with the Red Sox, helping Boston to its second AL East title in four seasons. The right-hander went 22-4 with a 3.15 ERA over 33 starts. Porcello bounced back after going 9-15 with a 4.92 ERA in 2015. His 22 victories led the majors. Rendon hit .270 with 20 home runs and 85 RBIs in 156 games in his fourth season. He had a .348 on-base percentage and a .450 slugging percentage to help the Nationals win the NL East for the second time in three seasons. Rendon was limited to 80 games in 2015 because of injuries. Major League Baseball announced the winners Tuesday. The awards are voted on by the 30 team beat writers from MLB.com.
       
James Taylor announces summer 2017 tour of 4 baseball parks
       
BOSTON (AP) Singer-songwriter James Taylor has announced a summer tour of four baseball parks, culminating in a date at Fenway Park, home of his beloved Boston Red Sox. Taylor and his All-Star Band will open the tour July 14 at Nationals Park in Washington. It continues July 17 at Wrigley Field in Chicago; July 29 at AT&T Park in San Francisco; and Aug. 11 at Fenway. Bonnie Raitt is scheduled to play at each show. It will be the third consecutive year Taylor has played Fenway. Taylor was born in Boston and now lives in the Berkshire Mountains in western Massachusetts. Fenway also is where Taylor debuted his video for ''Angles of Fenway,'' his ode to the redemptive spirit of baseball and a song featured on his 2015 album ''Before This World.''
       
Luis Tiant, Jose Canseco react to death of Fidel Castro
       
For decades, Cubans have defected from their country to escape the rule of longtime revolutionary leader and former dictator Fidel Castro, who died Friday night. Gifted baseball players were among those who defected to the United States, where they pursued their dreams in Major League Baseball. One of those players, Luis Tiant, pitched for 19 seasons in the majors and had a memorable eight-year stretch with the Boston Red Sox. Following the news of Castro’s death, Tiant spoke with ESPN writer Marly Rivera about the former Cuban leader, including how his rule impacted baseball players. “You couldn’t leave. You had to defect. That was hard, but the worst was worrying about your family and what could happen to them. They lectured you on what they would do to your family if you did not come back. That was the system. So many great players were unable to develop because they couldn’t get out. There were so many good players who stayed. “(Castro) hampered the development of baseball. Cuba was the c
       
Report: Giants have internally discussed Pablo Sandoval trade
       
Could a reunion between the San Francisco Giants and Pablo Sandoval be in the cards? According to Evan Drellich of the Boston Herald, the Giants have had internal discussions about trading for Sandoval, a current Red Sox third baseman and former Giant. It is unclear whether the Red Sox would actively entertain such a proposal, or more likely, whether the two teams could make a deal. Sandoval’s trade value is extremely low and he’s still owed over $50 million over the next three years. He’s also fresh off a lost season due to shoulder surgery. The Giants, however, would be uniquely positioned to try to resurrect Sandoval’s career, given the success he had with them and how well the organization knows him. His conditioning is the biggest issue, and last we heard, there was modest progress there. Whether it sticks is anyone’s guess. You can’t blame the Giants for floating the idea, but there are a lot of obstacles to be cleared before this becomes a reality.

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