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Fan takes scary tumble after missing foul ball at Fenway Park

Sat, 27 May 2017 00:53:21 GMT

A fan at Fenway Park escaped injury despite taking a scary fall after failing to corral a foul ball during the Red Sox 3-0 win against Mariners on Friday night. During the third inning, Seattle’s Jean Segura cracked a foul ball deep down the left field line that sailed into the upper deck.



Xander Bogaerts celebrates all by himself after smashing first homer of the year

Fri, 26 May 2017 14:35:22 GMT

Xander Bogaerts is off to a really great start for the Boston Red Sox. Bogaerts has played 42 games this season, and home runs have been completely absent. It was the third inning of Boston’s game against the Texas Rangers, and Bogaerts came to the plate to face Nick Martinez with a runner on first.



Brock Holt has been shut down from game activity

Fri, 26 May 2017 22:38:59 GMT

Things have gone from bad to worse for Red Sox’ outfielder Brock Holt, who was shut down “for the foreseeable future” on Friday after meeting with head trauma specialist Michael Collins. The Red Sox placed Holt on the 10-day disabled list in April after he began experiencing vertigo, the latest in a series of head injuries he’s sustained since last spring. According to the Boston Herald’s Jason Mastrodonato, the outfielder was initially advised to attempt playing through his symptoms, but it quickly became apparent that the strategy wasn’t going to work. Now, the plan is to shut him down from any game activity in the hopes that he’ll be able to recover from all lingering symptoms before returning to the roster.



Red Sox tie record for most strikeouts in a game after ump's bad call

Fri, 26 May 2017 04:44:50 GMT

Prior to Thursday, you could count the amount of times a team notched 20 strikeouts in a single game on one hand. Unless you’re Antonio Alfonseca or the guy from “The Princess Bride,” that’s no longer possible thanks to the Boston Red Sox and some bad umpiring. Entering the ninth inning, the Red Sox sat four strikeouts away from tying the record. It’s only happened 72 times in the history of baseball and almost always involves a dropped third strike.



Rodriguez strong, Red Sox down Mariners for 5th straight win

Sat, 27 May 2017 05:57:14 GMT

The Red Sox scored runs in bunches in tallying four consecutive victories. Eduardo Rodriguez pitched six scoreless innings and the Red Sox took advantage of a sloppy performance by the Seattle Mariners for their season-high fifth straight win, 3-0 on Friday night. It was the third win in a row for Rodriguez (4-1), who gave up just five hits and struck out four while throwing a season-high 112 pitches.



Blakely: Which players are on the Celtics offseason wish list?

Sat, 27 May 2017 02:37:59 GMT

A. Sherrod Blakely breaks down the Celtics offseason wish list, and which players are the most likely that they could acquire.



Red Sox win 4th straight, 6-2 over Rangers

Fri, 26 May 2017 04:52:01 GMT

There have been six major league games with that many strikeouts and the Red Sox made the list for the third time, fanning that many Texas Rangers for a 6-2 victory Thursday night and a sweep of the three-game series. Five Boston pitchers combined on the 20 strikeouts with starter Drew Pomeranz getting 11 in six innings and closer Craig Kimbrel getting four in the ninth when the leadoff batter reached on a wild pitch strike three. Boston's Roger Clemens twice reached 20 strikeouts by himself.



Avisail Garcia busts out of mini-slump in White Sox win

Sat, 27 May 2017 05:24:42 GMT

Avisail Garcia’s longest mini-slump of the season ended against his former team on Friday night. Guessing nobody in Detroit is surprised. Same group probably isn’t overly shocked by Mike Pelfrey’s performance, either. Both players came back to haunt their former team on a lengthy, rainy day as Garcia’s three-run double put Pelfrey ahead for good. Pelfrey escaped a bases-loaded jam in the fourth and his offense erupted late as the White Sox toppled the Detroit Tigers 8-2 in front of 17,842 at Guaranteed Rate Field. Pelfrey allowed two runs (one earned) and Matt Davidson and Melky Cabrera both homered as the White Sox snapped a three-game losing streak. The teams canceled the opening game of a



Red Sox ace Chris Sale doesn't have time to get emotional in return to Chicago

Fri, 26 May 2017 15:24:35 GMT

Chris Sale and the Boston Red Sox are about to roll through Chicago's South Side. At the tail end of the holiday weekend, Sale and Co. will return to the place he called home for seven years. Sale was initially scheduled to start in the series opener Monday against longtime teammate Jose Quintana, but the Red Sox will now throw out David Price in his 2017 debut. The 28-year-old Sale is slotted in for Tuesday night's outing. Asked how emotional he'll be returning to Chicago, Sale brushed it off: "I don't have time to think about that right now," he said. "Get ready for it like any other start. I've pitched there a lot so I should be alright." Sale last pitched Wednesday against the Texas Rangers,



Reports: Holt (concussion) shut down indefinitely; Red Sox’ concern goes beyond baseball

Fri, 26 May 2017 21:24:23 GMT

After visiting a concussion specialist in Pittsburgh, Red Sox utility man Brock Holt will be shut down from baseball activity indefinitely, according to multiple reports. In talking to some Sox people, the concern with Holt goes beyond baseball.



Where baseball legend David Ortiz invests his money

Fri, 26 May 2017 11:55:18 GMT

By the end of his Major League Baseball career, David Ortiz had three World Series championships to his name and was earning roughly $17 million a year. Now, he’s looking to have the same success in retirement. Ortiz, better known as “Big Papi,” closed out his baseball career last season at the age of 40.



Who regrets the signing more: David Price or Red Sox?

Fri, 26 May 2017 02:19:38 GMT

A sloppy, cold night at Fenway Park led to an early exit for Dustin Pedroia, who was pulled because of left knee pain. The Red Sox said the move was precautionary and that Pedroia is day to day. The press-box announcement included the note that manager John Farrell removed Pedroia, which is not typically information provided in-game, but was perhaps an attempt to reinforce that Pedroia did not want to exit the game. Pedroia had surgery on that knee in October. It's the same leg that was hurt when Manny Machado slid into Pedroia at second base in April, the slide that sparked the plunking war between the Orioles and Red Sox. Pedroia led off the third inning Thursday night against the Rangers'



Boston's Price set to make season debut Monday at White Sox

Fri, 26 May 2017 00:50:04 GMT

Red Sox pitcher David Price is set to make his season debut for Boston on Monday at the Chicago White Sox. The 31-year-old left-hander, starting the second season of a $217 million, seven-year contact, has been recovering from a strained pitching elbow. "Excited, just to be back here," he said Thursday. "There's not a better feeling. You can't replicate it anywhere else. Price allowed nine runs — six earned — and 12 hits in 5 2/3 innings during a pair of injury rehabilitation starts at Triple-A Pawtucket. He struck out eight and walked two. "A lot of pitches, in a short amount of time. I think that is more of a test to being healthy as opposed to going out there and throwing five or six (innings)



Red Sox win 4th straight behind stellar outing from Pomeranz, 6-2

Fri, 26 May 2017 03:35:34 GMT

New York’s mistake helped the Red Sox, and they weren’t playing the Yankees. The Red Sox struck out 20 in a game for the third time in franchise history on Thursday night, and they were able to do so only after MLB’s replay team — based in Manhattan — gave Craig Kimbrel an extra batter to strike out in the ninth inning. A 6-2 win over the Rangers featured 16 strikeouts for Red Sox pitching heading into the top of the ninth at Fenway Park. Kimbrel came on for a non-save situation because he had five days off previously. There’s always that outside chance for a four-strikeout inning, and it happened. Even for a four-strikeout inning, however, this was bizarre. The first batter, lefthanded hitting



Weird umpire replay mistake helps Red Sox to record-tying 20 Ks

Fri, 26 May 2017 04:30:08 GMT

BOSTON - There's something about Boston Red Sox pitchers and 20-strikeout games. There have been six major-league games with that many strikeouts and the Red Sox made the list for the third time, fanning that many Texas Rangers for a 6-2 victory Thursday night and a sweep of the three-game series. Five Boston pitchers combined on the 20 strikeouts with starter Drew Pomeranz getting 11 in six innings and closer Craig Kimbrel getting four in the ninth when the leadoff batter reached on a wild pitch strike three. Boston's Roger Clemens twice reached 20 strikeouts by himself. "His stuff is nasty. What he is doing right now I have never seen anything like that," Red Sox reliever Matt Barnes said of