Schilling Reveals Mouth Cancer Diagnosis; Believes Chewing Tobacco Was Cause

Curt Schilling, the former Red Sox pitcher and ESPN analyst, announced today during the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon that he was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma—which is cancer in the mouth—in February.

Red Sox Drop Another Close One to Angels, 4-3

Koji Uehara, the Red Sox normally lights-out closer, faltered on Tuesday against the Angels.

Pete Frates Makes a Lasting Impact for ALS Research

Pete Frates, the former Boston College baseball captain and Beverly native, has emerged as the national spokesman for the fight to find a cure for ALS.

Is Cespedes Part of Sox' Long-term Outfield Plan?

As talented as he is, I remain a bit puzzled as to why the Red Sox brought Yoenis Cespedes here with just one full year left on his deal.

Could Cuban Defector Become Next Sox CF?

The Tigers, Yankees, and Red Sox are widely reported to be in the thick of the hunt for highly-touted Cuban defector Rusney Castillo.

Mazz: Development of Bogaerts is Now an X-Factor

What do we make of Xander Bogaerts following the Jackie Bradley Jr. news?

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