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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: 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 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 Philadelphia Phillies
Bright House Networks Field 03/15/2015 1:05 PM
Mar 15, 2015
Sun, 1:05 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
Boston Red Sox at Philadelphia Phillies
Citizens Bank Park
Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia
,
PA
04/06/2015 3:05 PM
Apr 06, 2015
Mon, 3:05 PM
Boston Red Sox at Philadelphia Phillies
Citizens Bank Park
Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia
,
PA
04/08/2015 7:05 PM
Apr 08, 2015
Wed, 7:05 PM
Boston Red Sox at Philadelphia Phillies
Citizens Bank Park
Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia
,
PA
04/09/2015 7:05 PM
Apr 09, 2015
Thu, 7:05 PM
Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
Yankee Stadium
Yankee Stadium
Bronx
,
NY
04/10/2015 12:00 AM
Apr 10, 2015
Fri, 12:00 AM
Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
Yankee Stadium
Yankee Stadium
Bronx
,
NY
04/11/2015 12:00 AM
Apr 11, 2015
Sat, 12:00 AM
Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
Yankee Stadium
Yankee Stadium
Bronx
,
NY
04/12/2015 12:00 AM
Apr 12, 2015
Sun, 12:00 AM
Washington Nationals at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
04/13/2015 3:05 PM
Apr 13, 2015
Mon, 3:05 PM
Washington Nationals at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
04/14/2015 6:10 PM
Apr 14, 2015
Tue, 6:10 PM
Washington Nationals at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
04/15/2015 1:35 PM
Apr 15, 2015
Wed, 1:35 PM
Baltimore Orioles at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
04/17/2015 7:10 PM
Apr 17, 2015
Fri, 7:10 PM
Baltimore Orioles at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
04/18/2015 12:00 AM
Apr 18, 2015
Sat, 12:00 AM
Baltimore Orioles at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
04/19/2015 12:00 AM
Apr 19, 2015
Sun, 12:00 AM
Baltimore Orioles at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
04/20/2015 11:05 AM
Apr 20, 2015
Mon, 11:05 AM
Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays
Tropicana Field
Tropicana Field
St Petersburg
,
FL
04/21/2015 12:00 AM
Apr 21, 2015
Tue, 12:00 AM
Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays
Tropicana Field
Tropicana Field
St Petersburg
,
FL
04/22/2015 12:00 AM
Apr 22, 2015
Wed, 12:00 AM
Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays
Tropicana Field
Tropicana Field
St Petersburg
,
FL
04/23/2015 12:00 AM
Apr 23, 2015
Thu, 12:00 AM
Boston Red Sox at Baltimore Orioles
Oriole Park at Camden Yards 04/24/2015 7:05 PM
Apr 24, 2015
Fri, 7:05 PM
Boston Red Sox at Baltimore Orioles
Oriole Park at Camden Yards 04/25/2015 7:05 PM
Apr 25, 2015
Sat, 7:05 PM
Boston Red Sox at Baltimore Orioles
Oriole Park at Camden Yards 04/26/2015 1:35 PM
Apr 26, 2015
Sun, 1:35 PM
Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
04/27/2015 6:10 PM
Apr 27, 2015
Mon, 6:10 PM
Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
04/28/2015 6:10 PM
Apr 28, 2015
Tue, 6:10 PM
Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
04/29/2015 6:10 PM
Apr 29, 2015
Wed, 6:10 PM
New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/01/2015 7:10 PM
May 01, 2015
Fri, 7:10 PM
New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/02/2015 12:00 AM
May 02, 2015
Sat, 12:00 AM
New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/03/2015 12:00 AM
May 03, 2015
Sun, 12:00 AM

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    Sandoval, Shields among 121 free agents (The Associated Press)

    Baseball's business season began Thursday when 121 players became free agents, a group that includes Pablo Sandoval, Michael Morse, Jake Peavy, Sergio Romo and Ryan Vogelsong of the World Series champion San Francisco Giants. James Shields, Nori Aoki and Jason Frasor of the AL champion Kansas City Royals also were among the players who became free. Top free agent pitchers also include Max Scherzer and Jon Lester.

     

    Daily Dose: Exercising Options (Rotoworld)

    Nate Grimm discusses which players are staying put, which won't be back with their old clubs and Joe Maddon to the Cubs in Friday's Daily Dose.

     

    Red Sox sign closer Koji Uehara for 2 years (The Associated Press)

    The Boston Red Sox have signed Koji Uehara for two more years, committing $18 million to the reliever who closed out the 2013 World Series but struggled along with the team this season. One year to the day after Uehara struck out Matt Carpenter to seal Boston's third title in 10 years, the team gave him a deal that will pay him $9 million in each of the next two years, when he will be 40 and 41 years old. General manager Ben Cherington said he thought Uehara had less wear and tear on his arm than other pitchers his age. ''You're really looking at a guy who has been one of the elite relievers in baseball,'' Cherington said in a conference call with reporters on Thursday night.

     

    Major League Baseball roundup (Reuters)

    (The Sports Xchange) - Kevin Youkilis, a three-time All-Star known affectionately as Yoooouuuuk in Boston and "the Greek God of Walks" in the book "Moneyball," announced his retirement Thursday. The 35-year-old was limited to 21 games in Japan last season due to plantar fasciitis. Youkilis spent most of his 10-year major-league career in Boston, where he was part of World Series champions in 2004 (as a rookie) and 2007. - - The Red Sox re-signed right-hander Koji Uehara to a two-year contract on Thursday. The deal was reported by WEEI.com to be worth $18 million. ...

     

    Nielsen: 23.5 million saw Game 7 of World Series (The Associated Press)

    An estimated 23.5 million people watched the San Francisco Giants' 3-2 win over the Kansas City Royals in Game 7, enabling the matchup to escape the distinction of least-watched World Series. The Nielsen company said Thursday that more people watched the previous night's contest than any other World Series game since the 2011 Game 7 between St. Louis and Texas (25.4 million). It was 10 million more people than tuned in to any of the previous six games between the Giants and the Royals. Nielsen said the peak average audience came during the last inning, when 27.8 million people saw MVP Madison Bumgarner record the last out.

     

    Koji Uehara, Red Sox agree to new two-year contract worth $18 million (Big League Stew)

    The luster wore off Boston Red Sox closer Koji Uehara a bit in 2014, but the team still likes Uehara enough to extend him for two more seasons. The team announced Thursday a new two-year contract for Uehara, who will bypass free agency and make $18M over the next two seasons. Uehara was lights-out in 2013, saving 21 games with a minuscule 1.09 ERA. He also saved seven games in the postseason and allowed just one run as the Red Sox won the World Series. This season wasn't as kind. Uehara had 26 saves and a 2.52 ERA — which isn't bad, just not as great as 2013. Koji: "Good morning everybody! You might have heard through media, I signed with Red Sox for 2 years. I am looking forward to seeing you!" 🙌 — Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) October 30, 2014 Two years, $18M for Koji Uehara. — Alex Speier (@alexspeier) October 30, 2014 Alex Speier of WEEI in Boston was first to report how much the Red Sox were paying Uehara. That leaves David Robertson, Casey Janssen and Francisco Rodriguez among the top closers on the free-agent market. Other top free-agent relievers include Pat Neshek, Andrew Miller and Luke Gregerson. As for Uehara, he'll turn 40 on April 3, so the Red Sox are committing a considerable amount of money to a pitcher in the twilight of his career. But, it's not like Uehara is a mystery for Boston GM Ben Cherington. The Red Sox know exactly who they're getting.  More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: - - - - - - - Mike Oz is an editor for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at mikeozstew@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @MikeOz

     

    Former Red Sox INF Youkilis retires (The Associated Press)

    BOSTON (AP) -- ''The Greek God of Walks'' is walking away from the game.

     

    Dodgers, Nationals are early favorites to win 2015 World Series; Giants rank fifth (Big League Stew)

    Well, distraught Los Angeles Dodgers fans, here's something that might cheer you up a tad bit after watching your bitter rivals win the World Series — the Dodgers are the early favorites to win the 2015 World Series, according to online sportsbook Bovada . The Washington Nationals share that honor with the Dodgers. Both teams, which were knocked out in the NLDS this season, are listed at 15/2 odds. The San Francisco Giants, whose World Series win hasn't even dried yet, ranked fifth at 12/1. The Detroit Tigers and Los Angeles Angels are just ahead of the Giants, both carrying 10/1 odds. Here's Bovada's complete rundown: Los Angeles Dodgers 15/2 Washington Nationals 15/2 Detroit Tigers 10/1 Los Angeles Angels 10/1 San Francisco Giants 12/1 St. Louis Cardinals 12/1 Kansas City Royals 16/1 Seattle Mariners 18/1 Baltimore Orioles 20/1 Oakland Athletics 20/1 Pittsburgh Pirates 20/1 Atlanta Braves 22/1 Boston Red Sox 22/1 New York Yankees 22/1 Cleveland Indians 25/1 Cincinnati Reds 33/1 Tampa Bay Rays 33/1 Texas Rangers 33/1 Toronto Blue Jays 33/1 Chicago White Sox 40/1 Milwaukee Brewers 40/1 New York Mets 40/1 Chicago Cubs 50/1 Miami Marlins 50/1 San Diego Padres 66/1 Philadelphia Phillies 75/1 Arizona Diamondbacks 100/1 Colorado Rockies 100/1 Houston Astros 100/1 Minnesota Twins 100/1 For context's sake, we'll point out that the Dodgers topped the list when Bovada released its day-after-the-World Series odds last year too. There were listed at 7/1. The Giants were 18/1. We all know how both of those worked out. More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: - - - - - - - Mike Oz is an editor for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at mikeozstew@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @MikeOz

     

    Cards exercise Lackey option at big league minimum (The Associated Press)

    The St. Louis Cardinals have exercised their 2015 contract option on pitcher John Lackey, which is at the major league minimum. Lackey did not pitch in 2012 after reconstructive elbow surgery. The major league minimum next year will be $500,000 plus a cost-of-living adjustment to be determined Nov. 20, which is likely to be $9,000 to $10,000. Lackey, who turned 36 on Oct. 23, was 14-10 with a 3.83 ERA last year with the Red Sox and Cardinals and was 1-0 in two postseason starts for the NL Central champions.

     

    Are the Giants a dynasty after winning third World Series in five seasons? (Big League Stew)

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — As it relates to sport, a dynasty is supposed to be a sequence of champions. A sequence is supposed to be a continuously connected series of occurrences. The championships must connect, and not merely in a figurative sense. And yet, it's tempting to bend the definition of dynasty so that it might fit what the San Francisco Giants have accomplished three times, though not in a row, since 2010. The Giants beat the Kansas City Royals 3-2 on Wednesday night in Game 7 of the World Series, giving manager Bruce Bochy, general manager Brian Sabean and many others connected to the team a third championship ring. For those men, along with many of Bochy's coaches and Sabean's lieutenants, and eight of the players who span all three championship rosters, winning certainly has become a habit.  "In today’s game, if it’s not, it’s as close as you’re gonna get," said catcher Buster Posey, a rookie in 2010 and one of nine players with three rings. But is it a dynasty? The most recent MLB team to win three straight was the New York Yankees from 1998-2000. The Oakland Athletics did the same from 1972-1974. Three in a row; that's a dynasty. [ Yahoo Sports Shop: Buy San Francisco Giants World Series title gear right here ] Pitching coach Dave Righetti's presence on the Giants spans 15 years, two managers and two different sets of World Series appearances. The Giants also made it in 2002. Now, nobody would say that season could be used to say the Giants are a dynasty, even though most other teams in the majors would envy an organization that's been to the Series four times in 13 years. Righetti doesn't think the current Giants run equals a dynasty.