This Day in Red Sox History
1907: Cy Young is named manager of the Red Sox on his 40th birthday. The previous manager, Chick Stahl, had committed suicide the day before. Cy stepped down as manager on April 6, but continued to pitch for Boston.
Koji Uehara quietly moved into a key bullpen role this spring.
Will Middlebrooks is playing it loose
ESPN.com SweetSpot blogger David Schoenfield picks Sox for wild card berth
Regional celebrity and writer, the Boston Globe’s Obnoxious Baseball Fan, tells you what he’d do if he managed the Sox
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