Boston Red Sox

  • Bogaerts fine after exiting with sore shoulder

    The sight of Xander Bogaerts grimacing after taking an awkward swing at a foul ball in the seventh inning of Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Indians was the last thing the Red Sox wanted to see. But it turns out the shortstop should be fine, and might even play on Monday night against the Orioles. - Read the full story
  • Eovaldi called as O's descend on Fenway

    As the Red Sox open their final homestand of the season tonight at 7:10 ET, right-hander Nathan Eovaldi makes the start against the Orioles. Lefty Eduardo Rodriguez will piggyback Eovaldi and pitch out of the bullpen for the first time this season. The Orioles will counter with righty Dylan Bundy. - Read the full story
  • These are the 2018 second-half All-Star teams

    Baseball's All-Star Game is our annual opportunity to pause the hustle and bustle of the 162-game schedule and appreciate those who have defined the season, to date. But that date, of course, comes at a point in which so much of the season story is still unwritten. And even though the 2018 Midsummer Classic came especially late (teams had played nearly 100 games by that point), there are plenty of players whose performance since the break is worth appreciating, too. - Read the full story
  • Red Sox tie franchise record with 105 wins

    They keep pushing forward, these Red Sox. A night after they clinched the American League East, there was rest for several key players, but no letdown from the crew that played. And after another comeback victory it can now be said that no team in franchise history has won more games than the 2018 Red Sox. - Read the full story