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  • Red Sox place Barnes on DL, recall Velazquez
    The Red Sox placed right-handed pitcher Matt Barnes on the 10-day disabled list with a lower back strain and recalled righty Hector Velazquez from Triple-A Pawtucket, the club announced Tuesday.
  • Fister set to face Tribe for third time in month
    The second game of four between the Red Sox and the Indians at Progressive Field will feature a matchup between a pair of right-handers, as Boston's Doug Fister will face off against Cleveland's Carlos Carrasco on Tuesday.
  • Homers don't stand up as Sox falter vs. Tribe
    In what could be a preview of an American League postseason series, the Indians took the first round against the Red Sox. Cleveland mounted a late rally on Monday night, culminating in a bunt and a throwing error that delivered a 5-4 win in walk-off fashion at Progressive Field.
  • Leon to honor son on Players Weekend
    Red Sox catcher Sandy Leon and his wife Liliana are expecting their first child in late October or early November and are hopeful they will have a World Series baby.
  • Farrell selective in bullpen use in loss to Tribe
    If this had been the postseason game the Red Sox envision playing at Progressive Field in six weeks, manager John Farrell would have managed his bullpen differently in what wound up a 5-4, walk-off loss to the Indians in Monday's opener of a four-game series.
  • Pedroia, Price make progress in rehab work
    While the Red Sox were getting ready to start a big four-game series in Cleveland, David Price and Dustin Pedroia made some progress in their respective rehabs back at Fenway Park.
  • Wendelstedt exits after warmup pitch to mask
    In Monday night's Indians-Red Sox series opener at Progressive Field, home-plate umpire Hunter Wendelstedt exited the game following the sixth inning after earlier taking a warmup pitch from Boston reliever Joe Kelly off the mask.
  • Red Sox's Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Red Sox have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Boston's Top 30 Prospects on's Prospect Watch.
  • Porcello's 2nd-half resurgence good sign for Sox
    Though Rick Porcello won't need to clear space for another Cy Young Award trophy for his body of work in 2017, his recovery after a slow start has been a key element for the red-hot Red Sox.
  • Remy feted by Red Sox for 30 years in booth
    An emotional Jerry Remy addressed his legions of fans at Fenway Park during a Sunday ceremony in celebration of his 30 years of broadcasting games for NESN, and he gave them a message they were thrilled to hear.
  • JBJ, Porcello push Sox's lead over Yanks to 5
    For the second straight weekend, the Red Sox were successful in their quest of preventing the Yankees from making a dent in the American League East standings. Backed by a pair of two-out RBI hits by Jackie Bradley Jr. and a strong pitching performance from the resurgent Rick Porcello, Boston once again took two out of three from New York, opening up a five-game lead in the division with a 5-1 victory on Sunday at Fenway Park.
  • Latest HR puts Devers in company with Babe
    Rafael Devers didn't call his own shot on Saturday with his latest missile of a home run. But he did join a club in which the only other member is Babe Ruth.
  • Red Sox think Pomeranz will make next start
    Red Sox left-hander Drew Pomeranz showed improvement overnight after leaving Friday's 9-6 win in the fourth inning with lower back spasms. There's growing confidence he will make his next start on Wednesday in Cleveland.
  • Sale K's 9, but Yankees' homers sink Sox
    After a couple of recent missteps against the Red Sox, the Yankees had some urgency to win Saturday night and not lose any more ground in the American League East. That meant beating heavy AL Cy Young Award favorite Chris Sale, and the Bronx Bombers used a couple of home-run swings to pull off that daunting task en route to an important 4-3 victory at Fenway Park.
  • JBJ showed off vertical leap with catch
    JBJ showed off vertical leap with catch
  • Price dealing with stiffness in left arm
    Red Sox starting pitcher David Price didn't throw for the third straight day Friday due to general stiffness in his left arm.
  • Red Sox prevail after trading rallies with Yanks
    The rivalry has been back to its riveting best the last two weekends, and no lead ever feels safe. The Yankees and Red Sox traded impressive comebacks in Friday night's series opener, but Boston prevailed with a 9-6 victory that had Fenway Park rocking in the late innings -- and with good reason.
  • Offense key to relentless Red Sox's surge
    To get an idea of what has happened to the Red Sox during their impressive August surge, you can examine the game-turning bottom of the seventh inning in Friday night's thrilling 9-6 victory over the Yankees.
  • Red Sox unveil Tony C. display at Fenway
    The Red Sox added another piece of history to Fenway Park on Friday, unveiling a glass display in honor of Red Sox legend Tony Conigliaro.
  • 'What is that?' Abad's changeup baffles hitters
    Baseball's slowest pitch is making big league sluggers look silly, and Red Sox reliever Fernando Abad can only chuckle.
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