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93-69, 1st in AL East

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Jerry Remy has agreed to a multi-year contract and will work 115 Red Sox games in 2017, according to a NESN announcement.

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Increased support big for Bonds, Clemens

Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens finally climbed above 50 percent in their fifth year on the ballot. The history of that number suggests the duo will find their way to Cooperstown in due time, David Schoenfield writes. HOF night winners/losers

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

A Roger Clemens voting oddity: He has now gotten more votes than Barry Bonds in all 5 years they've been on the ballot, but never by more than 12 votes. This year's totals: Clemens 239, Bonds 238. No idea how to explain that.

Kurkjian surprised Bonds, Clemens didn't get bigger boost (1:12)
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Former Red Sox fall short in HOF vote

In his fifth year on the ballot, Roger Clemens received 54.1 percent of the vote to miss the 75 percent threshold required. Curt Schilling (fifth year) saw his support fall to 45 percent, while Manny Ramirez (first year) debuted at 23.8 percent. Full results

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Manny Ramirez debuted at 23.8 percent, considerably less than Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds, who were at 37 and 36 percent as ballot first-timers in 2013. Suggests voters drew distinction between post-testing cheats and players who tested positive during testing era.

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Turns out Roger Clemens & Barry Bonds didn't make as dramatic a jump as we expected. Clemens went from 45.2 pct to 54.1, Bonds from 44.3 to 53.8. So both would need close to 100 more votes to get elected. Still, they were both around 36 pct 2 years ago. They have 5 years left on the ballot. And only Gil Hodges got this close with this many years left and didn't get into the Hall

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

For those who voted for maximum 10 players, Hall of Fame ballot will remain crowded even after the elections of Bagwell, Pudge and Raines. Jim Thome, Chipper Jones, Andruw Jones, Omar Vizquel among those first-timers next year.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox add nine more non-roster invitees to spring training: OF Rusney Castillo, INF/OF Allen Craig, RHP Kyle Kendrick, 1B Sam Travis, 3B Rafael Devers, C Jordan Procyshen, OF Brian Bogusevic, RHP Chandler Shepherd, RHP Ben Taylor.

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What would Red Sox say off the record?

If you gave truth serum to the executives of all 30 MLB teams, what might you hear? Buster Olney believes the Red Sox would reveal just how low of a bar they have set for Pablo Sandoval this year. Front-office truths (Insider)

Costas calls Schilling 'clear-cut' HOFer (1:36)
Selig's HOF induction changing voters' PEDs perspective (1:16)
Kurkjian believes Clemens and Bonds will eventually make HOF (0:48)
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Will Eduardo Rodriguez step up in 2017?

Rodriguez has star-level upside but has yet to pitch at that level consistently in the majors. Tony Blengino sees him as the rare fly ball pitcher who can succeed at Fenway Park. MLB players ready to improve (Insider)

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Are the Red Sox MLB's best team?

Even without David Ortiz, Boston remains an offensive juggernaut. The rotation will be better with Chris Sale, but pitching depth is a big issue for the club. Where does Boston rank on Buster Olney's list? Top teams (Insider)

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Are the Red Sox MLB's best defensive team?

Mookie Betts and Jackie Bradley Jr. are high-impact defenders in the outfield, and signing Gold Glove 1B Mitch Moreland will also help next season. Is Boston the No. 1 team on Buster Olney's list? Top defenses (Insider)

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Benintendi among MLB's best left fielders

Andrew Benintendi was good at just about everything he did for the Red Sox last season, hitting .295 with an .835 OPS and showing off speed, power and defense, Buster Olney writes. Where does the 22-year-old rank at his position? Top left fielders (Insider)

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David Ortiz: "Mi tiempo de jugador ya caducó"

Está felizmente retirado del béisbol y, a pesar de los rumores, no planea cambiar la decisión que estudió por dos años antes de anunciarla en noviembre del 2015. Leer y mirar

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Clemens makes it on ESPN ballot

ESPN's 17 Hall of Fame voters cast their ballots, and Roger Clemens (76.5 percent) got over the 75 percent threshold. Curt Schilling (41.2 percent) and Manny Ramirez (29.4 percent) missed the mark. ESPN's HOF ballot

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

In exchange of 2017 salary figures, Red Sox offered $3.6 million to arbitration-eligible pitcher Drew Pomeranz, who is seeking $5.7 million. Sides have a few weeks to reach some middle ground and avoid a hearing, which would be scheduled in February.

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6 minor leaguers suspended for drug violations

Four minor league players were suspended Friday for 50 games following positive tests for banned stimulants, and two more were suspended following their second positive tests for drugs of abuse.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Xander Bogaerts' 2017 contract is worth $4.5 million. Here's the value of the other one-year deals for arbitration-eligible Red Sox players: Jackie Bradley Jr. ($3.6M), Joe Kelly ($2.8M), Tyler Thornburg ($2.05M), Brock Holt ($1.95M), Robbie Ross Jr. ($1.825M), Sandy Leon ($1.3M).

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2821st
On Base Percentage.3481st
Slugging Percentage.4611st
Earned Run Average4.009th
Quality Starts87Tied-5th

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