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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.

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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.

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Marlins bolster bullpen, officially sign Brad Ziegler to 2-year deal
MIAMI (AP) -- Right-hander Brad Ziegler's $16 million, two-year contract with the Miami Marlins has been finalized after he passed a physical.Ziegler reached an agreement last week on the deal, the latest involving the Marlins' bid to upgrade their bullpen. They also gave right-hander Junichi Tazawa a $12 million, two-year contract.Ziegler is a nine-year veteran with a career ERA of 2.44 and 85 saves. He has pitched for three teams, including Arizona and Boston last year, and is expected to compete with incumbent A.J. Ramos for the closer's job.Miami is hoping a deep bullpen will give manager Don Mattingly lots of options to help compensate for a rotation weakened by the loss of ace Jose Fernandez, killed in a boating accident in September.Left-hander Elvis Araujo was designated for assignment.
Shane Victorino shares photo of himself hanging with a tiger
Shane Victorino’s old walk-up song “3 Little Birds” features the lyrics, “Don’t worry about a thing, cause every little thing gonna be alright.” That appears to be Victorino’s life motto, as he didn’t seem to be worrying when a full-grown tiger was resting on his back. The “Flyin’ Hawaiian” took to his Instragam on Wednesday to share a photo of a new friend he made while on vacation in Thailand. Just making friends along the way Such an amazing experience to interact with these amazing animals...WOW!!! MAHALO @tigerworldth A photo posted by FLYIN HAWAIIAN (@shanevictorino) on Dec 21, 2016 at 8:17pm PST Victorino certainly has a history with tigers. In one of the more memorable moments during the Boston Red Sox run to the World Series in 2013, his grand slam late in Game 6 of the ALCS helped lift the team over the Detroit Tigers. If Victorino was able to come through in a pressure-filled moment such as that one, there’s no way an apex predator is going to faze
Stephen Curry approves of Warriors-Red Sox comparison
The Boston Red Sox created a seismic shakeup in Major League Baseball by signing top-line pitcher Chris Sale earlier this month. The bold move prompted New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman to liken his team’s AL East rival to the powerhouse NBA squad assembled by the Golden State Warriors. “That’s a big one. That’s a blockbuster,” Cashman said at time. “It was a ‘Wow.’ Obviously they gave up a lot and they got a lot. Boston’s like the Golden State Warriors now in baseball; they’ve got their [Kevin] Durant, their [Draymond] Green, [Klay] Thompson and [Stephen] Curry. It’s a big one.” Stephen Curry, obviously a key cog in the Warriors lineup Cashman touted, approves of the Yankees GM’s analysis. “I like that comparison because the Red Sox are my favorite team,” Curry said. “They obviously made some splashes during the offseason, and when you play an exciting brand of baseball and you’re about winning — because that’s what we’re about — I like the comparis
Red Sox's Dombrowski explains thinking behind Buchholz trade
Love him or hate him, the Boston Red Sox’s decision to trade Clay Buchholz on Tuesday still was a bit of a surprise. The Red Sox dealt Buchholz to the Philadelphia Phillies in return for minor league second baseman Josh Tobias, ending the right-hander’s 10-year tenure in Boston. It looked like Buchholz would return for Year 11 after the team picked up his $13.5 million option for 2017. But things changed in a hurry after president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski traded for Chris Sale on Dec. 6, leaving the Sox in a starting pitcher logjam. So, why did Boston decide to move on from Buchholz? Dombrowski gave some insight into the decision Tuesday afternoon in a conference call with reporters. “I think in this case, the timing fit for us,” Dombrowski said, via “When we looked at everything, we were in a spot where we had seven established big-league starters, (and) we felt we had a little bit more depth there. “We still have some guys that we feel are behind them in (Henry) Owe
Red Sox trade Clay Buchholz to Phillies
The Boston Red Sox have traded starting pitcher Clay Buchholz to the Philadelphia Phillies. Jon Heyman of Today’s Knuckleball first reported the news, and it was quickly confirmed by multiple reporters. The Red Sox will receive minor league infield prospect Josh Tobias in return. Boston did not have to send cash, as the Phillies will absorb the remaining one year and $13.5 million left on Buchholz’s contract. With the Red Sox having trade for Chris Sale earlier in the offseason, there was no room left in the starting rotation for a pitcher who has always been incredibly talented but underachieves on an annual basis. Buchholz finished the 2016 season with an 8-10 record and 4.78 ERA. He has always had issues remaining healthy, and he was eventually moved to the bullpen last season when he lost his spot in the rotation. Buchholz, who threw a no-hitter in 2007, was always a source of great frustration for Red Sox fans. You could clear see he had the stuff needed to be one of the best pitchers in baseball,
Report: Yankees interested in trading for White Sox's Quintana
The New York Yankees have no lefties in their rotation outside of an aging CC Sabathia, and they’re looking to address that deficiency this offseason. According to a report by Jon Morosi of MLB Network on Monday, the Yankees, who have the right young prospects to offer, are interested in trading for Chicago White Sox southpaw Jose Quintana. #Yankees interested in Jose Quintana, source says, and they have the sort of prospects #WhiteSox are looking for. @MLB @MLBNetwork — Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) December 19, 2016 Quintana, who will turn 28 in January, is coming off a 2016 campaign where he went 13-12 with a 3.20 ERA and made his first career All-Star appearance. He is owed $15.85 million over the next two seasons with club options for both 2019 and 2020. The Colombian already attracted some trade interest at last year’s deadline. With the White Sox shaking up their core by trading ace Chris Sale to the Boston Red Sox earlier this month, now might be as good of a time as any to see if Quintana is
RHP Brandon Workman, Red Sox reach 1-year deal for $635,000
BOSTON (AP) Right-hander Brandon Workman and the Boston Red Sox have reached agreement on a one-year contract for $635,000. The AL East champions announced the deal Friday and avoided salary arbitration. The 28-year-old Workman spent last season on the disabled list after having Tommy John surgery in June 2015. He went 0-2 with a 7.65 ERA in 10 rehabilitation appearances at three minor league levels. Workman made $539,500 this year. Workman is 7-13 with a 5.11 ERA in 39 games, including 18 starts, in the big leagues. He has not pitched in the majors since 2014.
Brad Ziegler Is a Freak
Relievers are the hot new thing, you might have heard. Aroldis Chapman and Kenley Jansen got north of $80 million, plus opt-outs. Mark Melancon got $62 million, plus an opt-out. Mike Dunn got $19 million. Mike Dunn! Perhaps nothing says reliever inflation more than Mike Dunn getting $19 million. Or maybe that just says he signed with the Rockies, and the Rockies are weird. But Colorado bizarreness aside, good relievers aren’t cheap anymore. Well, unless they’re good in a really weird way, anyway. Wherever he ends up, Brad Ziegler is expected to land ~2 years, $17 million. Not bad for a 37-year-old with an 84-mph fastball. cc @ithrow88 — Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) December 16, 2016 This is just how it is when you’re an oddball. I’m sure Brad Ziegler is used to it by now, but it is interesting that the hook here isn’t that Ziegler is a good reliever getting less than a mediocre LOOGY got a few days ago, but that Ziegler is a reliever without a traditional big league fastball. When...
Tazawa, Marlins agree to two-year contract
The Miami Marlins have bolstered their bullpen with an experienced right-hander. Junichi Tazawa and the Marlins have agreed to a two-year, $12 million contract, per MLB Network’s Jon Heyman and FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal. Joe Frisaro of reports the deal is pending a physical. Tazawa gets 5M in '17, 7M in '18 #marlins — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) December 16, 2016 Tazawa had a 4.17 ERA with 54 strikeouts and 14 walks over 49 2/3 innings in 53 appearances for the Boston Red Sox last season. The 30-year-old veteran spent each of his first seven MLB seasons in Boston. He played a key role in the Red Sox bullpen during the team’s 2013 World Series run.
David Ortiz says he's definitely retiring despite Instagram joke
Sorry, Boston Red Sox fans, but David Ortiz’s Instagram post about coming back for another season was nothing more than a joke. In case you missed it, the now-retired designated hitter trolled Red Sox Nation after the team acquired ace pitcher Chris Sale, posting on Instagram that the trade “got (him) thinking.” But in an interview on the red carpet for Sports Illustrated’s Sportsperson of the Year on Tuesday, Big Papi laughed at the notion that he’d unretire in 2017. Sorry to break it to you, but @davidortiz is still retired. — Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) December 14, 2016 Ortiz had one of the best seasons of his career in his final year, batting .315 with a 1.021 OPS, 38 home runs and 127 RBIs, so the idea of him returning for his 41-year-old season isn’t far-fetched. However, Ortiz was in a considerable amount of pain dealing with heel and foot injuries in 2016, so we’re going to have to take him at his word.

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