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Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at Minnesota Twins
Hammond Stadium
Hammond Stadium
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/05/2015 7:05 PM
Mar 05, 2015
Thu, 7:05 PM
Spring Training: Miami Marlins at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/06/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 06, 2015
Fri, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at Baltimore Orioles
Ed Smith Stadium
Ed Smith Stadium
Sarasota
,
FL
03/07/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 07, 2015
Sat, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Minnesota Twins at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/07/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 07, 2015
Sat, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at New York Mets
Tradition Field
Tradition Field
Port St Lucie
,
FL
03/08/2015 1:10 PM
Mar 08, 2015
Sun, 1:10 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at St. Louis Cardinals
Roger Dean Stadium
Roger Dean Stadium
Jupiter
,
FL
03/09/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 09, 2015
Mon, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Tampa Bay Rays at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/10/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 10, 2015
Tue, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
George M. Steinbrenner Field 03/11/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 11, 2015
Wed, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at Pittsburgh Pirates
McKechnie Field
McKechnie Field
Bradenton
,
FL
03/12/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 12, 2015
Thu, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/13/2015 7:05 PM
Mar 13, 2015
Fri, 7:05 PM
Spring Training: Pittsburgh Pirates at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/14/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 14, 2015
Sat, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at Philadelphia Phillies
Bright House Networks Field 03/15/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 15, 2015
Sun, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: New York Mets at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/16/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 16, 2015
Mon, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Atlanta Braves at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/17/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 17, 2015
Tue, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Minnesota Twins at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/18/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 18, 2015
Wed, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays
Florida Auto Exchange Stadium 03/19/2015 1:07 PM
Mar 19, 2015
Thu, 1:07 PM
Spring Training: Baltimore Orioles at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/20/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 20, 2015
Fri, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at Pittsburgh Pirates
McKechnie Field
McKechnie Field
Bradenton
,
FL
03/21/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 21, 2015
Sat, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Philadelphia Phillies at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/22/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 22, 2015
Sun, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: St. Louis Cardinals at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/23/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 23, 2015
Mon, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at Miami Marlins
Roger Dean Stadium
Roger Dean Stadium
Jupiter
,
FL
03/24/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 24, 2015
Tue, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Minnesota Twins at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/26/2015 7:05 PM
Mar 26, 2015
Thu, 7:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at Atlanta Braves
Champion Stadium
Champion Stadium
Lake Buena Vista
,
FL
03/27/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 27, 2015
Fri, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays
Charlotte Sports Park
Charlotte Sports Park
Port Charlotte
,
FL
03/28/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 28, 2015
Sat, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Tampa Bay Rays at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/29/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 29, 2015
Sun, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Minnesota Twins at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
03/30/2015 7:05 PM
Mar 30, 2015
Mon, 7:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays
Charlotte Sports Park
Charlotte Sports Park
Port Charlotte
,
FL
03/31/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 31, 2015
Tue, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at Minnesota Twins
Hammond Stadium
Hammond Stadium
Fort Myers
,
FL
04/01/2015 1:05 PM
Apr 01, 2015
Wed, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox
JetBlue Park
JetBlue Park
Fort Myers
,
FL
04/01/2015 1:05 PM
Apr 01, 2015
Wed, 1:05 PM
Spring Training: Boston Red Sox at Minnesota Twins
Hammond Stadium
Hammond Stadium
Fort Myers
,
FL
04/02/2015 7:05 PM
Apr 02, 2015
Thu, 7:05 PM

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    Twins prospects return to field in 3-1 win over Minnesota (The Associated Press)

    Minnesota Twins manager Paul Molitor could have made it easier on his former college team if his B squad wasn't so talented. Molitor, in uniform for his first game in charge of the Twins, rested his regulars and went with a lineup full of heralded prospects who helped the Twins defeat the Minnesota Golden Gophers 3-1 Wednesday night in an exhibition game on the eve of the Grapefruit League opener. Twins third baseman Miguel Sano, who missed last season while recovering from Tommy John surgery, had a single, a walk and a stolen base. Center fielder Byron Buxton went 2 for 3 with two doubles, an RBI and a run scored.

     

    Goldschmidt back, De La Rosa debuts as D-backs beat Rockies (The Associated Press)

    Paul Goldschmidt walked and struck out in his first major league action since a broken hand cut short his 2014 season, and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Colorado Rockies 6-2 Wednesday. Rockies prospect Jon Gray fanned Goldschmidt with a 97 mph fastball in the third inning. The two-time All-Star drew a walk against Rockies starter Jordan Lyles in the first. Goldschmidt was sharp at first base a day after he singled in his only at-bat in an exhibition against Arizona State.

     

    Pillar's RBI double leads Blue Jays past Pirates 4-1 (The Associated Press)

    Marcus Stroman looked sharp in his first spring training outing and Kevin Pillar hit an RBI double Wednesday as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-1. I was pretty pleased with it.'' Pirates right-hander Gerrit Cole allowed a run on one hit in two innings. Vance Worley, who is vying for the No. 5 spot in the Pirates' rotation, gave up two runs over two innings. Pirates third baseman Josh Harrison left the game in the first inning due to left ankle discomfort.

     

    Russell Martin, Josh Thole, R.A. Dickey and the art of catching a knuckleball (Eh Game)

    DUNEDIN, Fla. – It seems there isn’t enough hyperbole when it comes to describing a knuckleball. The elusive pitch is now so rare and so unpredictable that even those who know it best are at a loss to properly describe it, or its actions . "Have you ever tried to catch a butterfly as it's floating around in the air?" Toronto Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin asked recently. "I wish I could put a camera on my mask or something for people to see exactly what the ball's doing.” Martin, the Blue Jays’ prized free-agent acquisition this offseason, is in the process of learning to catch a knuckleball. Blue Jays pitcher R.A. Dickey is the only player left in the major leagues whose bread-and-butter pitch is the knuckler. The trick pitch, as it’s sometimes described, helped revitalize his struggling career in his late 30s and turned him into an All-Star, and 2012 Cy Young Award winner. Since 2010 when they were both members of the New York Mets, Dickey’s “personal catcher” has been Josh Thole. Thole arrived in Toronto with Dickey in the same 2012 trade and has caught almost all of Dickey’s games. Martin, however, is a three-time All-Star catcher and signed an $82 million deal in November. He also said he wants to catch Dickey this year and immediately went to work learning the art here at spring training. Martin vs. Thole for the right to be Dickey’s batterymate has created one of the most watched and talked about battles at spring training. But why the stigma? Is it really inherently more difficult to catch a knuckleball? The short answer is. . . yes. “It’s not something you can replicate in practice unless you have a knuckleball guy on your team. It’s a rarity,” Thole said. “You can set the machine up all you want and bang balls and try to catch them or whatever else. But until there’s a man on third base, two outs, tie ball game – that’s the hard part. You can’t replicate that. I suppose that’s why it’s been such a thing really.” -------- Sal Fasano is the Blue Jays’ pitching co-ordinator. He spent 15 seasons as a professional catcher playing 427 games in the big-leagues and another 844 in the minors. Over his career he pretty much saw and did it all – including developing a knuckleball of his own – and caught some knucklers in the minors. “It’s really difficult,” he said. “ There’s no direction, you don’t know what way the ball’s going to break. There are certain techniques that aren’t really mechanical – they’re more mental. Everything from breathing to how your posture is set. And then each pitcher wants to throw it to a different type of frame – some guys throw to glove, some throw to body. So you have to learn all that information and put that detail into your work. Bottom line is you have to catch it and make it look good.” Have you ever tried to catch a butterfly as it's floating around in the air? — Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin on what it's like catching a knuckleball On top of all that, Fasano said Dickey’s knuckleball is unique compared to other well-known knucklers like Tim Wakefield and Phil Niekro because he throws it harder. “With R.A. you’re looking at one major move. Somebody like Niekro or Wakefield had a double-moving knuckleball and those are even more difficult. But because [Dickey] throws it so hard it doesn’t have time to double break.” That’s not to say it’s easy. And Fasano understands the appeal of a personal catcher. As much as there is pressure on the catcher to corral the pitch, there’s a trust component with the pitcher, too. He needs to know he can get a big swing and miss on strike three, and the ball won’t end up at the backstop and the runner on first. “[Dickey] is used to the frame, he’s used to the setup,” Fasano said. “There are certain keys in Josh’s body he can go to – now you’re asking Russell to do that in a short period. I’m not saying he can’t do it, I think he can. “But there’s a lot of little manipulation to do to make R.A. feel comfortable. Plus, if you’re not comfortable the umpire senses it and you don’t get those borderline calls like they would with Josh. That’s a lot of work that Russ has to do.” -------- The fantastic 2012 documentary “Knuckleball!” provides an in-depth look at the very few men who have made big-league careers out of throwing a knuckleball. It focuses primarily on the whirlwind careers of Wakefield and Dickey. At the time, Wakefield was in pursuit of his 200th career win, and Dickey was just starting to fully embrace the knuckleball after nine seasons of bouncing between the majors and minors. It’s a must-see for baseball fans, an engaging and at times sombre look at the ups-and-downs of the men who resorted to the knuckleball as a last resort to remain – or get into – the big leagues. But the comic relief of the film is provided by the few catchers interviewed.

     
     

    Red Sox, Boston College honor ALS-stricken Frates (The Associated Press)

    They all wore No. 3, and every player on the Boston Red Sox and Boston College had the same name on their jersey, too. This exhibition game at JetBlue Park on Tuesday was all about Pete Frates. Frates had that number when he played center field at Boston College. Unable to speak, walk or move his arms, Frates couldn't make it from his Boston home for this seven-inning game, which the Red Sox won 1-0.

     

    Buchholz, Porcello, Red Sox pitchers stop 2 college teams (The Associated Press)

    FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) -- Clay Buchholz started with one perfect inning and Boston Red Sox pitchers dominated the rest of the day in sweeping a pair of college teams, beating Northeastern 2-1 and edging Boston College 1-0 Tuesday.

     

    Yankees fire employee who harassed Curt Schilling and his daughter (Big League Stew)

    The next chapter in Curt Schilling vs. Twitter trolls morphed into one of baseball's most familiar clashes: the Boston Red Sox vs. the New York Yankees. And again, Schilling won, dismantling one Yankees employee in particular. On Sunday, Schilling penned a 1,700-word blog post exposing some of the Twitter trolls who had been harassing him by sending sexually explicit messages about his 17-year-old daughter, who he had publicly congratulated for getting into college. In many cases, these tweets were far, far over the line, going past your typical locker-room bro bragging and even into unacceptable talk of rape. Schilling called out two of the Twitter bozos in particular: Sean MacDonald and Adam Nagel, both of whom have since deleted their accounts. In the aftermath of Schilling's crusade, Nagel was suspended by Brookdale Community College, where he's a student, and MacDonald was terminated by the Yankees, where he worked as a part-time ticket seller. MacDonald's tweets aimed at Schilling's daughter — which we won't reproduce here, but you can find on Schilling's blog — included things like which sexual positions he'd use on her.

     

    Countdown on as baseball readies for pace of play rules (The Associated Press)

    During his playing career, Mike Hargrove's unique routine at the plate went something like this: step into the batter's box, adjust gloves, brush lip, tap cleats with bat to remove dirt, check helmet, tug at jersey sleeve, hitch up pants, check right thumb protector. It earned him a classic nickname, ''The Human Rain Delay.'' These days, Hargrove's ritual - he claims it only lasted 19 seconds - would not only be frowned upon, but possibly get him fined under Major League Baseball's new pace of play initiatives designed to speed up a game many purists believe doesn't need more tinkering. ''Grover would be playing for free,'' joked Indians skipper Terry Francona. On Tuesday, the new pace of play rules will be introduced on the field in five exhibition games in Arizona and Florida.

     

    Curt Schilling fires back after offensive Twitter posts (The Associated Press)

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling is firing back at cyberbullies who posted offensive comments about his daughter on Twitter.