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    1. BOSTON — The Red Sox’s bullpen let one slip away. Junichi Tazawa surrendered two runs on three hits in the... Read More »

    2. Shaw's big day carries Red Sox past Rays11-7

      The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsAug 01 06:12 PM

      Travis Shaw's teammates teased him about going for the cycle in his last at-bat. Shaw hit his first two major league homers and went 4-for-4 with five runs scored and four RBIs to lead the Boston Red Sox past the Tampa Bay Rays 11-7 on Saturday. ''He got the word yesterday,'' manager John Farrell said of Shaw being recalled.

    3. If you’re looking to send summer out with a bang before the kids head back to school, look no further than... Read More »

    4. Red Sox place Porcello on DL, add Cook to 'pen

      Major League BaseballAug 02 01:53 PM

      Rick Porcello's first season with the Red Sox has not gone smoothly. On Sunday, the struggling right-hander suffered another setback as the team placed him on the 15-day disabled list with a right triceps strain.

    5. The Boston Red Sox' bullpen stumbled late, allowing the Tampa Bay Rays to rally for the win on Sunday.

    6. Napoli home run helps Red Sox beat Rays 7-5

      The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsJul 31 08:32 PM

      BOSTON (AP) -- No wonder Mike Napoli wanted to stay with the Red Sox: That home run he hit off the top of the Green Monster would not have been out of any ballpark but Boston's.

    7. Red Sox rock Sale, win 8-2 to snap White Sox streak

      The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsJul 30 08:54 PM

      Then Wright's knuckleball came alive, Sale had his worst start since April, and Chicago's seven-game winning streak came to a surprising end. Wright pitched seven effective innings and David Ortiz went 3 for 3 with two RBIs, leading Boston to an 8-2 victory. Xander Bogaerts also had three hits in Boston's third win in 15 games, and Rusney Castillo homered in the seventh.

    8. Kennedy to replace Lucchino as Red Sox president

      Major League BaseballAug 01 06:48 PM

      Larry Lucchino's impactful run as president/CEO of the Red Sox will come to an end following the 2015 season. In a statement released on Sunday morning, Lucchino said that he would stay with the club in a new role, and that Sam Kennedy, who grew up just a couple of miles from Fenway Park in Brookline, Mass., will be the team's next president.

    9. BOSTON — The Red Sox couldn’t complete a three-game sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays. Boston’s moderate three-game winning streak... Read More »

    10. Red Sox make only 1 minor move at trade deadline

      The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsJul 31 04:59 PM

      The Boston Red Sox will have to wait a little longer to start rebuilding their team. Mired in last place for the second straight season, the Red Sox headed into the trade deadline hoping to get a head start on their offseason upgrades. Cherington took responsibility for the team's performance this year, which has resulted in a 45-58 record heading into Friday night's game that was tied for the ...

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