As we continue our look at each of the 30 teams for the 2014 season, our latest installment is the defending World Series champions: The Boston Red Sox.
It's time to hit our nightly roundup, with updates on the Red Sox, Braves, A's, Phillies, White Sox, Brewers, Indians, Orioles, Reds, Tigers and Yankees.
The Red Sox remained low key this winter, watching Jacoby Ellsbury walk while making some minor roster tweaks. Our Scott White shares his Fantasy perspective on Boston's roster.
Thirty-nine arbitration-eligible players filed salary figures Friday. Here's a list with the known figures to this point.
In a move that could've changed quite a bit across baseball, the Yankees once balked at the price for Miguel Cabrera
For 29 other teams, we did an "R.I.P." at the end of their season upon elimination from either playoff contention or the playoffs. For one team, we can't call it that because it won the World Series. So, instead, it's congratulations Boston Red Sox.
Koji Uehara was so bad in the 2011 ALCS that the Rangers left him off their World Series roster. Now he's so good that if the Red Sox make the World Series, he'll be one of the biggest reasons.
The Red Sox were a disaster in 2012, but they're division champions in 2013. The reasons why were already obvious this spring.
The Red Sox rotation has been good all year, and now Clay Buchholz is due to return after three months on the disabled list.
The Yankees have made a real run at a playoff spot, but their big problem is that too many of their remaining games are against the Red Sox.

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