Matthew Prinn’s Blog
Speculation that Boston's superstar outfielder could be headed to the West Coast is heating up. Here's the latest.
This week we highlight the bigs in Boston, a vulnerability in LA and a new dimension in San Antonio.
Commissioner Rob Manfred says Major League Baseball has no plans to strip World Series titles from the Houston Astros or Boston Red Sox as a result of the sign-stealing scandal.
A resolution urging Major League Baseball to strip the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox of recent World Series titles and award them to the Los Angeles Dodgers has been unanimously approved by the L.A. City Council.
Boston just played its best game in weeks. Here's what has been ailing the team, and what the Celtics can do between now and the trade deadline.
Jaylen Brown's two-handed dunk over LeBron James and the stare-down he gave James, which earned Brown a technical foul, served as a fitting exclamation point on Boston's 139-107 win over the Lakers. Brown said the dunk was something he had long coveted.
At the Red Sox Winter Weekend fan festival, Boston slugger J.D. Martinez reiterated his confidence that his club will be cleared in MLB's investigation into sign stealing.
We size up the potential candidates to manage Boston in 2020 as scandal shakes the organization.
Even with Joel Embiid out Philadelphia's size befuddled Boston, which has lost all three meetings between the teams this year.
The Athletic, citing anonymous people who were with the Red Sox in 2018, reported that Boston players would visit the replay room to decipher their opponents' sign sequence and then relay the information to the dugout.