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Red Sox Could Break Mariners Record for Single-Season Wins

Red Sox Could Break Mariners Record for Single-Season Wins

The Boston Red Sox are white-hot and could be eyeing a run at the history books. On Sunday, the Red sox concluded a four-game sweep of their arch rivals the New York Yankees at home in Fenway Park. The Red Sox were off Monday and currently... 
Steve Pearce Traded by Blue Jays to Red Sox

Steve Pearce Traded by Blue Jays to Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox continued their shopping for reinforcements on Thursday after announcing they had acquired first baseman Steve Pearce from the Toronto Blue Jays. The veteran has also played the outfield. Dave Dombrowski, the president... 
Knuckleballer Steven Wright Becoming Important Part of Red Sox Rotation

Knuckleballer Steven Wright Becoming Important Part of Red Sox Rotation

For most of the first 60 games of the 2018 Major League Baseball regular season, the Boston Red Sox have been first in the American League East or at least tied for the lead. However, the team started to falter and the Red Sox fell... 
Betts and Martinez Out Slugging Judge and Stanton

Betts and Martinez Out Slugging Judge and Stanton

Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge may be taller and weigh more than J.D. Martinez and Mookie Betts but when it comes to power, at least through the first quarter of the season, the Red Sox duo are winning hands down. Everyone close... 
Mookie Betts Leads Mike Trout in Early Race for AL MVP

Mookie Betts Leads Mike Trout in Early Race for AL MVP

Mookie Betts has been piling up the numbers early in the 2018 Major League Baseball season, while also displaying solid defensive skills on the field. On Thursday, Betts had another strong day in Boston’s 6-2 victory over American... 
Aggressive Approach at Plate Pays Off for Mookie Betts

Aggressive Approach at Plate Pays Off for Mookie Betts

While the big news was that Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Judge and the rest of the New York Yankees were in town, baseball fans were entertained on Tuesday night by Mookie Betts & Company. As the Red Sox and Yankees renewed baseball’s... 
Reports: Red Sox Agree to $110 Million Deal with J.D. Martinez

Reports: Red Sox Agree to $110 Million Deal with J.D. Martinez

It appears that finally the Boston Red Sox have filled the huge void on offense that was left when David Ortiz retired following the 2016 season. Reports are that J.D. Martinez, the elusive free agent and former Arizona Diamondbacks... 
Red Sox Re-Sign Mitch Moreland, Continue Looking for Bigger Bat

Red Sox Re-Sign Mitch Moreland, Continue Looking for Bigger Bat

On Monday, after announcing that Boston re-signed Mitch Moreland, its first baseman to a two year deal, Dave Dombrowski the president of baseball operations said he would be comfortable with no more additions to his offense that hit... 
Red Sox Continue Search for Big Bat as Stanton Makes Yankees Stronger

Red Sox Continue Search for Big Bat as Stanton Makes Yankees Stronger

As former Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton put on Yankees pinstripes on Monday, officials with the American League East defending champion Boston Red Sox were continuing to search for how to fill a hole that would have been... 
Boston Amongst Teams Holding Talks Over Jose Abreu

Boston Amongst Teams Holding Talks Over Jose Abreu

The American League East champion Boston Red Sox are one of a reported several Major League Baseball clubs holding trade talks with the AL Central Chicago White Sox about Jose Abreu the first baseman and slugger, according to multiple... 
Catching Prospect for Red Sox Loses Battle with Cancer

Catching Prospect for Red Sox Loses Battle with Cancer

Daniel Flores, a catcher who signed in July at the age of 17 with the Boston Red Sox when the signing window for international amateurs opened, died on Wednesday from complications stemming from his cancer treatment, said the team. Flores... 
Dustin Pedroia Returns to Boston Lineup Despite Knee Injury

Dustin Pedroia Returns to Boston Lineup Despite Knee Injury

It appears as if a knee injury is not enough to keep second baseman Dustin Pedroia out of the Boston Red Sox lineup for the American League Division series versus the Houston Astros. Pedroia started just 19 of the final 58 Boston regular... 
Red Sox Look to Clinch American East and Other Playoff Snapshots

Red Sox Look to Clinch American East and Other Playoff Snapshots

The 2017 Major League Baseball regular season is just five days remaining. After Sunday, 10 teams will continue into the postseason and 30 teams will go home. However, there are still divisions up for grabs and wildcard positions to... 
Red Sox and Yankees Meet for Important Series

Red Sox and Yankees Meet for Important Series

The Boston Red Sox and American East rivals the New York Yankees are waging a battle late into the summer with one big difference from the past; the new generation of players do not have the same volatile attitude toward one another... 
Sources: Pablo Sandoval Returning to San Francisco

Sources: Pablo Sandoval Returning to San Francisco

Reports from Major League Baseball sources say that veteran third baseman Pablo Sandoval will return to play for the National League San Francisco Giants, where he played on three World Series championship teams and became a Bay Area... 
Boston’s Drew Pomeranz Turning Season Around With Cutter

Boston’s Drew Pomeranz Turning Season Around With Cutter

In mid-June, during a start versus the Houston Astros, Drew Pomeranz a starting pitcher for the Boston Red Sox began the seven inning leading 1-0. That was the second time all season that Pomeranz had pitched into the seventh. Going... 
Boston Names Street After David Ortiz

Boston Names Street After David Ortiz

The Boston Red Sox hung up the No. 9 jersey of Ted Williams on the Fenway Park Façade a full 24 years after his final at bat with the team. Joe Cronin and Bobby Doerr had to wait 37 years and Jim Rice and Carlton Fisk 20 years apiece. On... 
Boston Red Sox Rotation Hit Again by Injury

Boston Red Sox Rotation Hit Again by Injury

After only three innings and just 57 pitches in his start on Sunday, Boston Red Sox southpaw Drew Pomeranz motioned for the trainers to come out of the dugout and then he left the game. There was not word as of yet to what was Pomeranz’s... 
Chris Sale Reaches New Heights, Red Sox Fans Cheer Jones

Chris Sale Reaches New Heights, Red Sox Fans Cheer Jones

On Tuesday, the dominance of Chris Sale at Boston’s Fenway Park took him to new heights as a strikeout artist. Pitching his Red Sox team to a 5-2 win over American League East rivals the Baltimore Orioles, the southpaw ace for Boston... 
Boston Beats Pittsburgh in 12 Innings on Walk Off HR

Boston Beats Pittsburgh in 12 Innings on Walk Off HR

The Boston Red Sox are off to a 2-0 start to their 2017 MLB regular season after Sandy Leon made a mistake running the bases in the third inning, but made up for it in the 12th in a big way. Leon’s three-run walk-off home run was... 
Boston Red Sox Not Worried About Knee of Eduardo Rodriguez

Boston Red Sox Not Worried About Knee of Eduardo Rodriguez

For now, the Boston Red Sox do not seem to be that concerned about the right knee of Eduardo Rodriguez. The younger Red Sox hurler hurt his knee after slipping on the mound during a start in winter ball down in Venezuela. Boston’s... 
David Ortiz Calling it Quits, Young Guns to Take Over

David Ortiz Calling it Quits, Young Guns to Take Over

This week the Boston Red Sox clinched the American League East division title. It was their first since 2013, which was the last time the Sox won the World Series. A great deal is different at Fenway Park now than just three years... 
Koji Uehara Leaves Game in Ninth With Pectoral Strain

Koji Uehara Leaves Game in Ninth With Pectoral Strain

Boston Red Sox new closer Koji Uehara had to leave Tuesday’s win of 4-0 against the San Francisco Giants during the ninth inning after straining his right pectoral and on Wednesday is due to have another evaluation. In the ninth,... 
Red Sox Acquire Drew Pomeranz to Help Pitching Rotation

Red Sox Acquire Drew Pomeranz to Help Pitching Rotation

The Boston Red Sox started to add to their roster for the stretch run to the playoffs when they acquired Drew Pomeranz, a left-hander from the San Diego Padres this week for Anderson Espinoza one of their top pitching prospects. The... 
Travis Shaw Continues Spiral Downward for Boston

Travis Shaw Continues Spiral Downward for Boston

The Boston Red Sox were beaten in 10 innings by the Minnesota Twins on Sunday, but it was the play of Travis Shaw in particular that has John Farrell the Red Sox manager worried. The Boston third baseman ended his road trip at 1 for... 
David Ortiz Honored by Former Twins Teammates

David Ortiz Honored by Former Twins Teammates

Prior to the Friday night series opener between the Minnesota Twins and Boston Red Sox, Boston’s David Ortiz was honored by his former team. The Twins organization invited a number of his former teammates from time playing for Minnesota... 
Offense Makes Fans Happy, But Boston Needs to Stop an Opponent

Offense Makes Fans Happy, But Boston Needs to Stop an Opponent

Fans of the Boston Red Sox who saw their club smash the cover off the ball in their most recent home stand will likely see the same offense this weekend when the Red Sox host the Blue Jays. Xander Bogaerts extended his hitting streak... 
Nearly Forgotten in May of Last Year, Jackie Bradley Jr. is Now top CF

Nearly Forgotten in May of Last Year, Jackie Bradley Jr. is Now top CF

Tuesday night marked a huge anniversary for Jackie Bradley Jr. though he likely did not even notice. Last year in May, the Boston Red Sox recalled the outfielder from his Triple-A banishment before they played against the Blue Jays. However,... 
Boston Red Sox Continue to Struggle with Southpaws

Boston Red Sox Continue to Struggle with Southpaws

Prior to Tuesday’s game versus the Chicago White Sox,  Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell pointed to the lack of play by Chris Young, the veteran outfielder, who was brought in to hit against left-handers, as proof the team has... 
Mookie Betts Salary: Excellent Extension Candidate for Boston Red Sox Future

Mookie Betts Salary: Excellent Extension Candidate for Boston Red Sox Future

Mookie Betts was just 22-years-old during the 2015 season when he just  missed becoming a modern day 20-20 player and did end up establishing himself as part of the Red Sox future core. Along with Xander Bogaerts, Betts is young,...