Boston Red Sox

  • Facing O's, Pomeranz eyes AL-best 17th win


    The first-place Red Sox, who play their final seven games at home, continue their final road trip against Baltimore in which the Sox will try to put more distance between them and the second-place Yankees. Boston enters Tuesday with a three-game lead in the American League East, while Baltimore is 5 1/2 back of the second AL Wild Card spot. The Red Sox will send lefty Drew Pomeranz opposite O's righty Kevin Gausman. - Read the full story
  • Pedroia day to day with nasal contusion


    Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia had to leave Monday night's 10-8, 11-inning victory against the Orioles in the top of the fourth after he hit a foul into the ground that caromed up and hit him in the face. Pedroia was diagnosed with a nasal contusion and is day to day. - Read the full story
  • Mookie in lineup day after bruising thumb


    The Red Sox had an encouraging Monday on the health front. Not only was right fielder Mookie Betts back in the lineup just one day after exiting in the fifth inning against the Rays with a right thumb contusion, but Hanley Ramirez will soon play after nearly a week down with a right biceps injury. And if all goes well, invaluable utility infielder Eduardo Nunez could make his return from a right knee injury by the end of the week. - Read the full story
  • Price returns to toss 2 perfect frames


    Red Sox fans likely need no reminding who closed out Game 7 of the 2008 American League Championship Series, which sent the Rays to their first World Series. In the years since, David Price became an AL Cy Young Award-winning starter and eventually found his way to Boston as a free agent. - Read the full story