This is the March 20, 2013 news archive. View today's Red Sox rumors and news.

Boston Red Sox News and Rumors

Now in Pinstripes, Youkilis Greets His Former Team

Now in Pinstripes, Youkilis Greets His Former Team

nytimes.com Updated Mar 20, 2013
Kevin Youkilis, playing against the Red Sox for the first time as a Yankee, went 0 for 4 and striking out twice, while playing third base on Wednesday.
Share Tweet
  • Yankees’ Aces Under Watchful Eyes

    Yankees’ Aces Under Watchful Eyes

    nytimes.com Mar 20, 2013
    The Yankees are considering signing former pitcher Chien-Ming Wang, while their current pitcher, C. C. Sabathia, pitched in a minor league game.
    Share Tweet
  • Nuno fires five shutout frames in Yanks' win

    Nuno fires five shutout frames in Yanks' win

    MLB.com Mar 20, 2013
    Vidal Nuno turned in an impressive start as the Yankees defeated the Red Sox, 4-0, on Wednesday at George M. Steinbrenner Field.
    Share Tweet
  • Yanks, Sox dedicating Opening Day to Newtown

    Yanks, Sox dedicating Opening Day to Newtown

    MLB.com Mar 20, 2013
    On Opening Day at Yankee Stadium on April 1, the Yankees and Red Sox will stand together in dedicating the game to the victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting, their families and the greater community of Newtown.
    Share Tweet
  • Cashman unsure Jeter will be ready Opening Day

    Cashman unsure Jeter will be ready Opening Day

    MLB.com Mar 20, 2013
    The Yankees are bracing for the possibility of an Opening Day without Derek Jeter, as the captain's availability is now in doubt after an anti-inflammatory cortisone injection was administered to his left ankle on Wednesday morning.
    Share Tweet
  • Worthy Champs: The Dominican Republic beat Puerto Rico 3-0 to t…

    Worthy Champs: The Dominican Republic beat Puerto Rico 3-0 to ta…

    CNNSI.com Mar 20, 2013
    The Dominican Republic beat Puerto Rico 3-0 to take the WBC title. It was their actions after the final out though, writes Tom Verducci, that could prove even more significant.
    Share Tweet