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Shane Victorino, facing the Phillies for the first time since he was traded from his long-time team last July, belted a bases-clearing triple in the bottom of the seventh to lead the Red Sox to a 6-1 victory in Thursday night's Grapefruit League contest…Upvote Share Tweet
Hamels gears up for opener with strong outingCole Hamels' sixth-inning curveball to Shane Victorino earned Hamels a little more than a strikeout looking in the Phillies 6-1 loss to the Red Sox on Thursday night at JetBlue Park.Upvote Share Tweet
Papi making progress; Farrell contemplating DHRed Sox designated hitter David Ortiz might be taking small steps, but they appear to be positive ones.Upvote Share TweetWith a little more than a week remaining in Spring Training, the most intriguing question mark regarding the Red Sox still has legs: Can outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. crack the Opening Day roster?Upvote Share Tweet
Drew resumes baseball activities; return uncertainThe fact that Red Sox shortstop Stephen Drew was back on the field Thursday doing drills and in the cage taking swings was a sign that his consultation with a concussion specialist at the University of Pittsburgh went well.Upvote Share Tweet
Iglesias prepared for shot with Red SoxStephen Drew's concussion has again thrust prospect Jose Iglesias into the spotlight. He seems likely to be the Red Sox's Opening Day starter at shortstop, and if he takes advantage of the opportunity, he can thank plenty of people.Upvote Share Tweet
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Peter King: Revis trade talks between Jets, Bucs in a fragile stateMar 21The Jets have a vexing problem with Darrelle Revis, but if GM John Idzik plays his cards right, he could at least partially save face for trading the franchise's best player by getting no less than first- and third-round draft choices from Tampa Bay for…
Wilbon: Urlacher's farewell tough to bearMar 21Brian Urlacher is another casualty of an NFL system that shows no mercy -- even for icons.