News on the lack of minority candidates being hired and what MLB plans to do about it, plus more news and notes from around Major League baseball.
The Red Sox have been eliminated from postseason contention. An awful lot went wrong in 2015, yet their future still looks bright.
Scott Boras said he and client Xander Bogaerts have an "open door" if the Red Sox want to discuss a long-term contract extension. It won't be cheap to keep him, however.
For these week's MLB Top 10s, let's how the rookie class of 2014 is faring in 2015. Not a slideshow!
Now that the Phillies have cut ties with Ruben Amaro Jr., there are six GM openings in baseball. Let's attempt to rank them by desirability.
Not all extreme BABIP rates are created equal. Al Melchior separates the regression candidates from the real deals for a sample of hitters.
The Red Sox are going to move Hanley Ramirez to first base by next season, ending the experiment of him playing (poorly) in left field.
At what point does matchup overrule talent? Thursday is a great test.
One World Series championship along with what appears to be three last place finishes. What a weird tenure for now-former Red Sox GM Ben Cherington.
Longtime exec Dave Dombrowski, most recently of the Tigers, has joined the Red Sox as team president. Meanwhile, Ben Cherington has declined to continue as GM.

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