11:29 AM EDT, Thu April 17, 2014

John Lackey allows four homers in loss to Yankees

NEW YORK -- It wasn't with teammate John Lackey in mind that David Ross spent part of his offseason vacation trying to talk close friend Brian McCann into signing with the Red Sox.But it sure would've made Lackey's life easier if Ross had been successful.
Full Count | WEEI Apr 11, 2014

David Ross on Brian McCann: ‘I knew he wanted to come (to Boston), a lot’

NEW YORK — David Ross had hope. For a portion of the offseason, the Red Sox catcher believed his longtime friend and teammate, Brian McCann, might actually end up in Boston. But then, on a November get-away weekend with McCann and former Braves pitcher Eric O’€™Flaherty (whom the Red Sox also had interest in), the [...]

Sox defense has been off the mark

BOSTON -- Keeping the game within three runs was what was on the mind of Red Sox catcher David Ross in the eighth inning of Sunday’s game against the Milwaukee Brewers. With the Red Sox down 3-0 and on the verge of being swept at Fenway Park for the first time since September 2012, Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun reached base on a single with one out before taking off for second four pitches later. Ross’s throw to second sailed wide right, allowing Braun to take third and score on a RBI single from Aramis Ramirez on the next pitch.
The Republican Apr 4, 2014

Boston Red Sox catcher David Ross does one-man recreation of 'Major League' (VIDEO)

His Roger Dorn imitation alone is worth watching.
Full Count | WEEI Apr 3, 2014

Verstaile David Ross stars in ‘Major League’ 25th anniversary tribute

Red Sox catcher David Ross is a man of many skills. In addition to being a reliable backstops, Ross can do impersonations and act, as he shows in this one-man tribute to the iconic movie “Major League,” which hit theaters 25 years ago.
Boston Globe Apr 3, 2014

David Ross' one-man tribute to 'Major League'

Red Sox catcher David Ross helps celebrate the 25th (!) anniversary of the classic baseball film “Major League” with his one man tribute, re-creating some of the most memorable characters from the movie, including Lou Brown Pedro Cerrano, and Willie Mays Hayes.    
Boston Globe Apr 3, 2014

David Ross' one-man tribute to 'Major League'

Red Sox catcher David Ross helps celebrate the 25th (!) anniversary of the classic baseball film “Major League” with his one man tribute, re-creating some of the most memorable characters from the movie, including Lou Brown Pedro Cerrano, and Willie Mays Hayes.    
Over the Monster Apr 3, 2014

David Ross recreates 'Major League' by himself

Ross pays tribute to the baseball classic on its 25th anniversary. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the baseball movie classic, "Major League." Red Sox backup catcher David Ross recreated key scenes while imitating characters from the movie, all by himself for MLB Fan Cave, giving us this random yet enjoyable video. Your browser does not support iframes. Honestly, Ross' Lou Brown imitation was so spot-on that I thought he was doing an incredible job of syncing his lips to dubbing until he switched to Pedro Cerrano. Ross' crotch-grab game is also pretty good, but not as good as that...
Over the Monster Mar 27, 2014

Daily Red Sox Links: David Ross, Jackie Bradley, Jon Lester

Today's links look at Boston's fatigued pitching staff, Shane Victorino's status, and possible contract terms for Jon Lester. Can the Red Sox expect a drop in production from their pitchers after the workload required in a World Series run? (Alex Speier; WEEI.com) David Ross almost found himself at the end of his career last year, but things have improved greatly since then. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston) While Grady Sizemore looks like the front-runner for the center fielder job, John Farrell had better reviews for Jackie Bradley in the field. (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive.com) Chad Finn...

Catcher David Ross with Dale, Holley and Fauria

We talk to Sox catcher David Ross and get his take on how the team is shaping up in Spring Training, and what they expect out of this upcoming season.

Ortiz: "I can never hit in spring training"

FORT MYERS, Fla.—Red Sox catcher David Ross, who is rarely at a loss for words, had a creative response to the question of how big a story it should be that David Ortiz has just two hits all spring and is sporting an .067 average entering Thursday night’s game against the New York Yankees. “After hitting .700 [.688, 11 for 16] in the World Series, he should be allowed to start the season at .300 and go from there,’’ Ross said.
Over the Monster Mar 20, 2014
Look it's David Ross riding a camel for some reason

Look it's David Ross riding a camel for some reason

I don't know. Why the Red Sox Twitter account used a #BoysAreBack hashtag for this picture I do not know, but there are a lot of other things that I am unsure of thanks to said picture. Yes, that is David Ross on a camel... How did you spend your morning? #BoysAreBack pic.twitter.com/7othGXQVl2 — Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) March 20, 2014 It sure is David Ross on a camel, which is apparently what he spent his morning doing. Cue some crazed fan during the regular season remembering this picture after a Ross strikeout in a big moment in like June, screaming about how if Ross had just taken...

David Ross Photos

Red Sox Player News

  • 9

    Dustin Pedroia

    Dustin Pedroia makes big impact in return to Boston Red Sox lineup

  • 6

    Mike Napoli

    Mike Napoli counts blessings

  • 5

    Jackie Bradley Jr.

    Jackie Bradley Jr. wins it in extras thanks to position player pitching

  • 3

    Daniel Nava

    Boston Red Sox have reasons to believe in Daniel Nava

  • 2

    Jon Lester

    Thursday’s Red Sox-White Sox matchups: Jon Lester vs. Chris Sale

  • 1

    Shane Victorino

    Mike Carp on crowded Boston Red Sox outfield: 'I'm anxious to see what's going to happen'

  • 1

    Jake Peavy

    Dunn hits HR; Peavy says bat broke

  • 1

    Clay Buchholz

    Red Sox 6, White Sox 4: Exhausted, but victorious

  • 1

    Mike Carp

    POLL: Overwhelming Majority Would Cut Carp

  • 1

    Brandon Workman

    Red Sox minor league roundup: Wendell Rijo, inchoate on-base machine?