7/25/2016 | Second Sox start a lot smoother for Pomeranz
Red Sox left-hander Drew Pomeranz is the first person to admit that it has been a whirlwind two weeks since being traded from the Padres.
7/25/2016 | Buchholz insurance for Red Sox's rotation
Clay Buchholz is working in an undefined role out of the bullpen, but that doesn't mean the Red Sox will trade him.
7/25/2016 | Facing Tigers, Sox's Wright seeks 5-0 July
Just call Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright Mr. Reliable. He's won each of his four starts in July and leads the American League with a 2.67 ERA. Wright will go for his 13th win Tuesday against the Tigers at Fenway Park, opposing veteran righty Mike Pelfrey.
7/25/2016 | Back in Boston, Salty reminisces on '13 title
Tigers catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia feels like he never left Fenway Park as he returned to Boston on Monday for the first time since winning the World Series with the Red Sox in 2013.
7/25/2016 | Kimbrel could return during West Coast trip
Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel threw from the main mound at Fenway Park on Monday, marking his first side session since undergoing left knee surgery July 9. The righty has made such encouraging progress that there's a chance he could be activated during the upcoming West Coast trip that starts in Anaheim on Thursday and ends at Dodger Stadium on Aug. 7.
7/25/2016 | Dombrowski: 'Mixed emotions' facing Tigers
Though Dave Dombrowski has been the president of baseball operations with the Red Sox for almost a year, Monday marked the first time he was in the same ballpark as the Tigers since his 14-year association with that club ended Aug. 5, 2015.
7/25/2016 | Dombrowski feeling no pressure to make deal
As Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski held court with reporters Monday, the phone in his pocket buzzed. "That could be a trade right there, I don't know," Dombrowski said with a smile. "It's that time of year. That's what makes it interesting and fun."
7/25/2016 | Hanley named AL Player of the Week
Hanley Ramirez's three-homer game has earned the Red Sox first baseman American League Player of the Week honors.
7/25/2016 | Verlander outduels Pomeranz at Fenway
Justin Verlander continued his recent run of dominance, silencing the dangerous Red Sox and leading his Tigers to a 4-2 victory in Monday night's opener of a three-game series at Fenway Park.
7/24/2016 | Ziegler 'godsend' to ailing Red Sox bullpen
Down two closers already, the Red Sox at least have the luxury of yet another save specialist lurking in their bullpen. And Brad Ziegler pounced on his first save opportunity with his new team Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park, closing out an 8-7 win over the Twins with a 12-pitch ninth inning that included two strikeouts and no baserunners.
7/24/2016 | Pipeline preview: De Leon takes hill for Triple-A Oklahoma City
Dodgers No. 2 prospect Jose De Leon is set to start for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday in the Minors.
7/24/2016 | Verlander, Pomeranz duel in Tigers-Sox opener
After allowing five runs on eight hits over three innings in his Red Sox debut on Wednesday against the Giants, left-hander Drew Pomeranz will take the hill again at Fenway Park on Monday in the series opener against Tigers right-hander Justin Verlander, who is 2-0 with a 1.63 ERA in July.
7/24/2016 | As issues continue, Price's frustration mounts
If ever there was a night David Price needed to keep the ball on the ground, it was Saturday, when gusty conditions at Fenway Park made every ball that went in the air an adventure. But the lefty ace couldn't execute his game plan, and his frustration mounted in an 11-9 loss to the Twins.
7/24/2016 | Diaz, Frazier among top prospect performers Saturday
The Midwest League is notorious for dampening the power of young hitters. Apparently no one told that to Isan Diaz. The Brewers' No. 11 prospect slugged a pair of home runs on Saturday, including a walk-off shot to propel Class A Wisconsin past Lake County, 9-8. Diaz also hit a triple in the contest en route to finishing 3-for-4, while his six RBIs represented a new career high.
7/24/2016 | Kelly 'trying to strike everyone out' as reliever
Joe Kelly returned to Fenway Park on Sunday afternoon, enthusiastic about the simplified and aggressive approach he plans on using out of the bullpen. The hard-throwing righty was recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket to fill the roster spot of Heath Hembree, who was optioned following Saturday's game.
7/23/2016 | Broadcaster Remy OK after monitor hits head
The gustiest night at Fenway Park in recent memory created an injury in the broadcast booth. NESN color commentator Jerry Remy was hit in the head by a monitor early in Saturday's 11-9 Red Sox loss to the Twins and was replaced by Steve Lyons in the second inning.
7/23/2016 | Facing Twins, Porcello out to go 10-0 at home
Home sure has been a happy place for Rick Porcello this season. The Red Sox right-hander is 9-0 with a 2.98 ERA in 10 starts at Fenway Park. He comes into Sunday's series finale against lefty-hander Tommy Milone and the Twins looking to become the first Red Sox starter since 1961 to begin the season 10-0 at home.
7/23/2016 | Kimbrel nearing return, slated for 'pen session
Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel is nearing the finish line of his recovery on the 15-day disabled list for a left knee medial meniscus tear. The right-hander is set to throw a 20-pitch bullpen session Sunday or Monday.
7/23/2016 | Shaughnessy accepts Spink Award at HOF
It is of course apt that the man who popularized the phrase "Curse of the Bambino" would have a career colorized by the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry. That career became the focus of the Hall of Fame's Awards Presentation on Saturday, when longtime Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy accepted the J.G. Taylor Spink Award for writers.
7/23/2016 | Switch to left may hasten Benintendi's ascent
Red Sox prospect Andrew Benintendi excelled during his professional debut in left field for Double-A Portland in Friday's 11-3 win over Binghamton, going 2-for-5 with two RBIs with six putouts. Since being drafted No. 7 overall by the Red Sox in the 2015 MLB Draft, Benintendi had only played center field.
7/23/2016 | Betts, Sox optimistic about speedy recovery
Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts was out of the starting lineup against the Twins in Saturday's 11-9 loss for precautionary reasons involving soreness in his right knee. Betts is getting treatment and is day to day, but the club is optimistic about a speedy recovery. Betts' MRI came back negative and there is no structural damage to his knee.
7/23/2016 | Griffey: Ortiz 'absolutely' Hall of Fame worthy
David Ortiz's complicated Hall of Fame case moved into the spotlight for a moment on Saturday, when Hall of Famer electee Ken Griffey Jr. endorsed the retiring Red Sox legend for a spot in Cooperstown.
7/22/2016 | Price looks to get back on winning track
David Price took a loss on Sunday against the Yankees, allowing three runs on 11 hits in 5 2/3 innings. It marked the left-hander's third loss in his last four starts. Price will look to provide a better outing when the Red Sox take on the Twins on Saturday at Fenway Park.
7/22/2016 | Twins escape 9th-inning jam to top Red Sox
After Mookie Betts smacked his second straight leadoff homer for the Red Sox, it seemed it could be another long night for the Twins. Instead, right-hander Kyle Gibson settled in, tossing eight strong innings of two-hit ball, and was backed by a solo homer from Brian Dozier and an RBI double from Miguel Sano in a 2-1 win on Friday night at Fenway Park.
7/22/2016 | Betts day to day due to right knee soreness
Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts exited Friday night's 2-1 loss to the Twins with right knee soreness in the fifth inning. He was replaced by utility man Michael Martinez.
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