Jon Lester and Chris Sale both took no-hitters into the sixth inning during Thursday's White Sox-Red Sox game.
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.
Ever wonder who drive in the fewest runs despite hitting 50 home runs? Here's the answer to that and several more HR/RBI questions.
Pete Rose is defending the right of the baserunner and in doing so, he wants us to name a catcher in the last 10 years who suffered a concussion. OK. Done.
A.J. Pierzynski is a good fit for a veteran Boston team that needed someone to catch while their top catching prospects mature.
Boston is looking at several free-agent catchers beyond Jarrod Saltalamacchia, including Brian McCann and Carlos Ruiz.
Boston wants to keep both Mike Napoli and Stephen Drew, but if they leave the Red Sox wouldn't mind draft choices, either.
The Red Sox are still celebrating their World Series win, but as soon as the dust settles, they'll have a lot of difficult decisions to make.
The Red Sox are World Series champions once again. Here's a photo recap of Game 6 and the aftermath.
Michael Wacha entered Game 6 of the World Series having been nearly unhittable in his past five starts, but the Red Sox got to him Wednesday.

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