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Pedro: 'Exceeded the expectations I had of myself' in Oldtime Game
Lou Merloni interviews Pedro Martinez at the Oldtime Baseball Game about getting back on the mound and showing support for John Martin.
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Kennedy: Yawkey Way name 'has made folks feel uncomfortable'
Evan Drellich spoke to Red Sox president and CEO Sam Kennedy on Thursday night about the the possible Yawkey Way name change. 
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Pedro Martinez on Chris Sale: 'Never seen something like it'
Lou Merloni interviews Pedro Martinez at the Oldtime Baseball Game about Chris Sale's impact on the Red Sox, and Sale approaching Pedro's strikeout record.
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Red Sox owner John Henry wants Yawkey Way to be renamed
John Henry says he and the Red Sox are "still haunted" by Tom Yawkey's racist legacy.
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BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Do Red Sox have 'magical element?'
The Red Sox get the win in walk-off fashion for the 9th time this season. Evan Drellich joins BST to discuss this Red Sox team having a 'magical element.'
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Mookie Betts' two-run double caps Red Sox 5-4 comeback win
Mookie Betts lines a two-run double off the left-field wall to cap a three-run rally that lifts the Boston Red Sox to a 5-4 win over the St. Louis Cardinals
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Leandre jokes about wild first pitch at Fenway: 'Trying to back him off the plate'
Jordan Leandre recaps his first pitch at Fenway Park that hit a photographer in the groin.
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Felger: Stanton would be like Ortiz or Manny in middle of Sox lineup
Michael Felger says Giancarlo Stanton would give the Red Sox the power in the middle of the lineup that they are missing without David Ortiz
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Twitter buzzing after wild first pitch at Fenway
Wednesday’s ceremonial first pitch at Fenway Park was touching, somewhat painful and humorous all at once.
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Lonborg thinks '67 Impossible Dream more magical without World Series win
Jim Lonborg, who won the Cy Young that year as a foil to Yastrzemski’s triple crown, didn’t have any regret that the Sox didn’t wind up winning it all.
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Drellich: Stanton trade 'unrealistic for where the Red Sox are'
Evan Drellich joins Arbella Early Edition to discuss if the Boston Red Sox should consider trading for Giancarlo Stanton and what they would have to give up for him.
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Sale: Yankee fans 'really hate me now . . . but I don't go to New York to make friends'
No-nonsense might be the most concise summation of Chris Sale, both in how he approaches the game and how he deals with abuse at Yankee Stadium.
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Bogaerts' slump appears to be over
Xander Bogaerts finally seems to have a handle on his swing, and the results show in a three-hit night against the Cardinals.
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Red Sox use triple play, eight-run inning to beat Cardinals, 10-4
Xander Bogaerts has three hits, Hanley Ramirez and Sandy Leon and Jackie Bradley Jr. each drive in two runs, and the Red Sox turn a triple play in a one-sided win over St. Louis.
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Rafael Devers helps Red Sox turn first triple play in six years
In just his 17th career game, Red Sox rookie Rafael Devers started the first triple play turned by the team in six years.
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Reed: 'I could be on a new team every day and it’s not going to change my approach'
Addison Reed won't discuss his conversation with John Farrell, but tells reporters he feels fine and isn't affected by the pressure of pitching in Boston. 
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Drellich: Time for others to step up
Rafael Devers and Andrew Benintendi are doing their part. Now Mookie Betts, Xander Bogaerts, Jackie Bradley Jr. and others have to start hitting.
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Are the Red Sox the team to beat in American League?
Kyle Draper, Michael Holley and Lou Merloni analyze the teams in the American league and where the Red Sox fall in that picture.
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Devers homers twice, but Red Sox fall to Indians, 7-3
Rafael Devers homered twice, but it was in a losing effort as the Red Sox fell to the Indians on Monday night, 7-3.
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Merloni: Farrell 'gets flustered' late in games
Lou Merloni discusses the mistake John Farrell made last night when he tried to pull Addison Reed from the game to put in Craig Kimbrel when he wasn't allowed to.
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Drellich: Devers may be special enough to avoid rookie drop-off
Rafael Devers' home run off Aroldis Chapman might just be an indication that he can do what the Sox need most.
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Farrell, Reed have 'professional' meeting after Sunday night's incident
John Farrell tried to remove Addison Reed in the middle of an at-bat Sunday night, and the reliever was seen swearing when he was eventually lifted. The two subsequently talked things out.
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Sandoval: 'I just never felt comfortable in Boston'
In a Players' Tribune article entitled 'Back Where I Belong,' Pablo Sandoval rejoices at being back with the Giants and says he was never happy in Boston 'even though everyone was great to me.'
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Yankee fans reaction to Rafael Devers' game-tying home run.
Video of Yankee fan's reaction to Devers' home run is priceless
A 3-2 lead, one out in the ninth and flame-throwing closer Aroldis Chapman facing 20-year-old Rafael Devers? Start the video because the Yankees got this, right? Think again.
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Devers ties it, Benintendi wins it as Sox beat Yanks in 10, 3-2
Rafael Devers ties it in the ninth and Andrew Benintendi wins it in the 10th as the Red Sox rally for a 3-2 win that puts them 5 1/2 games ahead.
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Merloni on Pedroia's injury: Don't like the way this sounds
After Dustin Pedroia was placed on the disabled list for the 3rd time this season, Lou Merloni says he doesn't like how this is sounding for Pedroia.
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Do the Red Sox need Price to make a deep playoff run?
Merloni, Drellich, and Bertrand discuss if the Red Sox are going to need David Price in the starting rotation to make a run in the postseason.
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Boston Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowsk and the New England Patriots' five Super Bowl trophies.
Dombrowski: 'Thrilled' to have 'anywhere near' Patriots' success
You can debate whether it's a Red Sox or Patriots town, but Dave Dombrowski tells the Boston Herald that it's the Pats who the Sox -- and everyone else -- are trying to match. 
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CSN MID-ATLANTIC: Bryce Harper goes on DL; no structural damage in knee
Bryce Harper leaves Saturday night's game against the Giants after suffering a gruesome knee injury running to first base.
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Drellich: Pomeranz most underappreciated
Drew Pomeranz deserves all the credit in the world for what he has done this season.
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Benintendi's two homers power Red Sox past Yankees, 10-5
Andrew Benintendi rocketed a pair of three-run homers off All-Star Luis Severino and the Red Sox bounced back from a tough loss, roughing up the Yankees 10-5 Saturday.
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Farrell unlikely to use Kimbrel in eighth inning
“I wouldn’t rule it out," says John Farrell but he adds, "I think staying consistent with [the relievers' usage] is part of that [bullpen's] success.”  
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Red Sox believe Pedroia will be back this season
No one's talking about Dustin Pedroia's being done for the season. Still, his return remains uncertain after another trip to the DL.  
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More knee trouble for Pedroia, who goes back on the DL
The Red Sox place Dustin Pedroia back on the 10-game disabled list with left knee inflammation. Lefty reliever Robby Scott is called up from Pawtucket.
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Boston Red Sox outfielders (from L to R): Andrew Benintendi,, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Mookie Betts celebrate a victory.
After comeback win, Yankees troll the Red Sox with tweet
The Yankees social media team did some epic trolling on the Red Sox after the Yanks rallied to beat Boston Friday night at Yankee Stadium.   
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Drellich: Why can't the Red Sox admit mistakes?
The trouble the Red Sox have publicly acknowledging reality this season is baffling.
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BST PODCAST: Red Sox blow 3-0 lead over Yankees, NFL suspends Elliot 6 games
The Boston Sports Tonight crew debates who is to blame for the Red Sox loss to the Yankees, how the Cowboys will deal with Elliot's suspension, and more.
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Red Sox blow lead in eighth, fall to Yankees, 5-4
The Yankees rallied to beat the Red Sox 5-4 Friday night and stop Boston's winning streak at eight.
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Why did Farrell not use Craig Kimbrel in the 8th inning?
Our Boston Sports Tonight crew debates why John Farrell did not go to Craig Kimbrel in the 8th inning against the Yankees.
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Price nearing attempt to throw from mound
An attempt to throw off the mound appears the logical next step for David Price as long as he feels healthy after his flat-ground work.
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Derek Jeter group buys Marlins for $1.2 billion
Jeffrey Loria agrees to sell the Marlins to a group led by Derek Jeter and New York businessman Bruce Sherman for $1.2 billion.
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Drellich: Red Sox should play it safe with Pedroia
The Red Sox should give Dustin Pedroia's knee more time to heal.
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BEST OF BST PODCAST: Is Sale right up there with Pedro?
Steve Buckley says Chris Sale's first season with the Sox has been better than Pedro's first; Greg Bedard on Wilfork, Butler and the Pats; what to look for in the preseason opener tonight.
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Drellich: How real is the 'window' for the Red Sox, or any MLB team?
Can teams find a way to keep those competitive windows from closing through just drafting and developing better than most?  
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Boston Red Sox outfielders (from L to R): Andrew Benintendi, Mookie Betts and Jackie Bradley Jr. celebrate a victory over the Rays.
Behind Porcello, Red Sox make it eight in a row with 8-2 victory over Rays
Rick Porcello wins consecutive starts for the first time this season and Eduardo Nunez literally knocks the Rays starter out of the game as the Red Sox win their eighth in a row, 8-2.  
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Boston Red Sox right-hander Rick Porcello delivers against the Tampa Bay Rays.
An immaculate inning for Porcello - he sets down Rays on nine pitches in the fifth
Red Sox right-hander Rick Porcello became the 84th pitcher in baseball history to have an immaculate inning - striking out the side on nine pitches - when he set down the Rays in the fifth inning Wednesday n
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Red Sox unveil nicknames for Players Weekend jerseys
MLB and the MLB Players Association officially announced "Players Weekend," which will feature players wearing uniforms with self-chosen nicknames on the back.
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MLB suspends umpire Joe West three games for remarks about Beltre
In a USA Today report published June 20 timed to coincide with the umpire's 5,000th regular-season game, Joe West said "it's got to be Adrian Beltre" when asked who was the biggest complainer in the major le
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Sale strikes out 13 Rays, Red Sox win seventh straight, 2-0
Working on six days' rest, Chris Sale follows up his worst start of the season with one of his best: Eight shutout innings with 13 strikeouts as the Red Sox beat the Rays, 2-0.
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Drellich: All together now
On The Baseball Show podcast, Dave Dombrowski says he's 'had as autonomous a career as you can have' but always stays on same page as ownership.
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Don Baylor, leader of Red Sox '86 champions, dies at 68
Don Baylor, whose acquisition just prior to the beginning of the 1986 season was one of the keys to the Red Sox winning the A.L.
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Former Philadelphia Phillies catcher Darren Daulton died of brain cancer on Aug. 6, 2017. He was 55.
Former Phillies All-Star catcher Darren Daulton dies at 55
Darren Daulton, the catcher who was a big part of the Phillies pennant-winning team in 1993, dies after battling brain cancer.  
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Who are the best celebrity Red Sox fans?
With Matt Damon at Fenway Park today, Lou Merloni and Dan Shaughnessy debate who the best celebrity Red Sox fans are.
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Dan Shaughnessy on breaking the news of David Price/Dennis Eckersley story
Dan Shaughnessy discusses breaking the news of the David Price and Dennis Eckersley story details and his conversation with Price in the clubhouse.
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Merloni: Nunez has been 'everything that they’ve needed'
Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich, and Dan Shaughnessy discuss how Eduardo Nunez has gotten off to an extremely hot start in his Red Sox career and how long he can keep it going.
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Young's two homers help Red Sox complete sweep of White Sox, 6-3
Chris Young hit two homers to lift the Boston Red Sox to a 6-3 win over the Chicago White Sox on Sunday.
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A's Matt Joyce suspended two games for directing gay slur at fan
Oakland outfielder Matt Joyce [1] receives a two-game suspension without pay for directing a gay slur toward a fan in Anaheim and will take part in a public outreach initiative with PFLAG, a family and ally
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Benintendi, Bradley homer and Red Sox beat White Sox, 4-1
Andrew Benintendi and Jackie Bradley Jr. hit two-run homers to help the Red Sox beat the White Sox, 4-1.
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Panda back in the bigs: Giants call up Sandoval
The San Francisco Giants called up old friend Pablo Sandoval from Triple-A Sacramento on Saturday after placing first baseman Brandon Belt on the seven-day concussion list. 
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Boston Red Sox reliever Joe Kelly as Game Of Thrones' Jon Snow.
Kelly returns from DL and casts fellow Sox relievers in Game of Thrones
Joe Kelly will be back in the Red Sox bullpen Saturday night in his return from the DL and, in tweets, he has cast his fellow Red Sox relievers as Game of Thrones characters.
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Drama, walk-offs may harden Sox for pennant race
As far as a baseball season goes, the Red Sox have had their share of craziness. And in first place, they can find confidence in their accumulated experience.
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Moreland lifts Red Sox over White Sox in 11th inning, 3-2
Mitch Moreland homered with two outs in the 11th inning, lifting the Boston Red Sox to a 3-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox
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Farrell: Nunez to play every day when Pedroia returns
Dustin Pedroia started baseball activities Friday and should be back soon. Eduardo Nunez, he who does not make an out, will not shift to the bench.
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Luxury tax likely to keep Red Sox from notable waiver trades
Help for the Red Sox is more likely to come from the disabled list than the trade market this month.
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'General soreness' prevents Price from throwing off flat ground on Friday
Neither John Farrell nor Dave Dombrowski have a timetable for when the left-hander will resume throwing, though Farrell calls it a 'day-to-day situation.'
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CSN CHICAGO: Ex-Red Sox fan Delmonico homers for White Sox
White Sox rookie Nicky Delmonico makes another Fenway memory with his oldest brother watching from the stands.
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Drellich: From one extreme to the other
Rafael Devers and Eduardo Nunez have been everything the Sox needed. But when they cool off, it’ll be up to some of the old guard to keep the offense going.
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When it comes to his bullpen, Farrell throws away the book
A rigid bullpen is not an optimal approach. John Farrell's goal should be to find a balance between routine and flexibility, and he found it Thursday in the way he used Addison Reed.
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Porcello snaps personal losing streak as Red Sox rip White Sox, 9-5
Rafael Devers hits a two-run homer and Rick Porcello ends a four-game losing streak as the Red Sox beat the White Sox, 9-5
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Eck: Let's 'move on' from 'brutal' situation
The Hall of Famer said that while he appreciates the support he's gotten from Red Sox fans, he wants to return to focusing on his work. 
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Moncada happy for Devers, embracing opportunity with White Sox
Yoan Moncada’s not exactly going to be forgotten by the fan base, even as Rafael Devers thrives for the Red Sox.
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It's rest (for Sale) and rehab (for Price)
The Sox are built around pitching, and they need to be well-armed down the stretch. That means different things for Chris Sale and David Price.
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Dombrowski: 'Comfortable' with the way Red Sox handled Price-Eckersley spat
Dave Dombrowski tells WEEI he's comfortable with the way the Red Sox handled the confrontation between David Price and Dennis Eckersley.
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Dombrowski denies he was ordered not to deal prospects
Dave Dombrowski says a Boston Sports Journal report that he was told by ownership not to deal any of the team's top prospects at the trade deadline is 'totally incorrect.'
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Phillies cancel Pete Rose ceremony amid statutory rape allegations
The Philadelphia Phillies cancel plans to honor Pete Rose because of a woman's claim she had a sexual relationship with baseball's hit king when she was a minor.
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BST Podcast: Are the Red Sox becoming likeable?
Lou Merloni returns to discuss if the Red Sox are becoming a likable team because of new players like Eduardo Nunez and Rafael Devers.
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Red Sox-Indians game postponed, will be made up August 14
Wednesday night's Red Sox-Indians game has been postponed and will be made up on August 14.
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VIDEO - Farrell: Disappointing Price/Eckersley situation went public
Dan Shaughnessy joins Arbella Early Edition to give his take on John Farrell saying it was disappointing the Price/Eckersley situation went public.
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Nobody actually thought David Price was mad about the water, right?
David Price clearly wasn't actually mad, but these are dark days for the veteran starter. 
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VIDEO: Austin Jackson's spectacular catch robs Ramirez of HR
Indians center fielder Austin Jackson steals a home run from Hanley Ramirez with a catch that Terry Francona calls one of the greatest he's ever seen.
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Drellich: From disappointing favorites to scrappy underdogs
The Red Sox are no longer the team to beat in the A.L. East. But as Tuesday's amazing comeback win shows, they might be more likable this way.
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Vazquez's three-run HR with two outs in ninth lifts Sox over Indians, 12-10
Craig Kimbrel blows a save in the top of the ninth, but Christian Vazquez sends the Red Sox home happy with a three-run, two-out homer.
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Eck on Price's offer to meet: Not interested
David Price's tepid public statements indicate he's not really sorry for embarrassing Dennis Eckersley on the Red Sox team plane, and -- perhaps as a result -- Eck says he's not interested in accepting Price
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Price's return will be 'gradual,' Farrell says
David Price resumed throwing Tuesday, playing catch for the first time since he went to the disabled list with left elbow inflammation on Friday.
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Farrell 'hopeful' Pedroia will return after 10-day DL stint
Dustin Pedroia’s visit to a specialist was a precursor to a trip to the 10-day disabled list because of left knee inflammation. The move is retroactive to July 29.
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Red Sox place Pedroia on 10-day disabled list
The Red Sox have placed second baseman Dustin Pedroia on the 10-day DL with a knee injury. 
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Red Sox have second-best odds to win AL pennant
Only the Astros have better odds in the American League.
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Devers' four hits help Fister, Red Sox beat Indians, 6-2
Doug Fister takes a shutout into the eighth inning, rookie Rafael Devers goes 4 for 4 and drove in a run and the Red Sox beat the Indians, 6-2
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Drellich: 'Golden State Yankees' were favorites before trade
The New York Yankees were in better position than the Red Sox even before they landed Sonny Gray at the trade deadline
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Red Sox 'can't rule out' DL stint for ailing Pedroia
Dustin Pedroia's knee injury is showing only 'slight improvement' and the Red Sox say he may have to go on the disabled list.
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Dodgers acquire Yu Darvish in blockbuster deal at trade deadline
The Rangers trade star pitcher Yu Darvish [1] to the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers for three minor-leaguers. [1] http://stats.csnne.com/mlb/players.asp?id=9095&fn=Yu&ln=Darvish
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CSN CHICAGO: Cubs to give Steve Bartman a World Series ring
On Monday, the Cubs announced they would give the infamous fan a 2016 championship ring as a special gift from the Ricketts family and organization.
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Yankees strengthen starting rotation with trade for A's Sonny Gray
The Yankees reportedly acquire Athletics ace Sonny Gray ahead of the July 31 trade deadline.
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Ortiz, Boggs weigh in on Price-Eckersley
David Ortiz and Wade Boggs have both chimed in on David Price and Dennis Eckersley.
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Sox bolster bullpen with acquisition of Addison Reed
The Red Sox get some much-needed help for the back end of their bullpen, sending three minor-leaguers to the Mets for Addison Reed.
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Drellich: Trade deadline may be no big deal
Dave Dombrowski probably won't be able to live up to his well-earned reputation as a mover and shaker in this year's trade market.
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BASEBALL SHOW PODCAST: Price/Eckersley; Farewell to Carrabis
Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich, and Jared Carrabis talk about David Price's comments to the media. Plus, Merloni and Drellich bid farewell to Carrabis
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Ortiz: Leadership is not the problem in Red Sox clubhouse
David Ortiz talked with the media about what kind of leaders the Boston Red Sox have in their clubhouse.
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VIDEO - Buckley: Price's statement on altercation with Eckersley was 'embarrassing'
Steve Buckley says that David Price's media session on his altercation with Dennis Eckersley was 'nonsense' and 'embarrassing'.
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VIDEO - Carrabis: 'Unacceptable' if Red Sox do nothing before trade deadline
Jared Carrabis says that it will be unacceptable if Dave Dombrowski does not make another trade before the deadline, specifically for a relief pitcher.
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Red Sox bullpen falters in 5-3 loss to Royals
Alex Gordon's two-run triple capped a four-run eighth inning, and the Kansas City Royals rallied for a 5-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Sunday.
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Red Sox seek relief as trade deadline nears
The Red Sox are in the mix for the Mets’ Addison Reed, but lots of teams are in pursuit of the reliever.
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Leon's 'athletic slide' gives Red Sox a 9-8, 10-inning win over Royals
Sandy Leon slides into home plate and avoids catcher Drew Butera [1]'s tag on Eduardo Nunez's ground out in the 10th inning, giving the Red Sox a 9-8 win over Kansas City. [1] http://stats.csnne.com/mlb/pl
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Drellich: David Price contradicts himself over and over again
Time and again, David Price says one thing, then contradicts himself with his actions, his words or both.
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BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Carrabis calls Dombrowski 'a liar'
The Red Sox are in second place in the AL East. Jared Carrabis expresses his disappointment with Dave Dombrowski's comments
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VIDEO - Carrabis: Why I am buying David Price's elbow injury
Jared Carrabis explains why he is buying in on the seriousness of David Price's elbow injury.
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Drellich: Like it or not, Pedroia is now Sox spokesman
Dustin Pedroia’s pre-game media session Friday was an inauguration speech for positions he never really wanted: Defuser. Spokesman.
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Red Sox lose 4-2 to Royals, drop out of AL East lead
The Boston Red Sox have lost five of six and nine of 14, dropping out of the AL East lead for the first time since June 29
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Pedroia says Price, Eckersley will talk in person
Dustin Pedroia told the media Friday afternoon he expects David Price will speak with Dennis Eckersley in person. 
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Dombrowski: Sox won't 'make big trade' for starting pitcher
After David Price went to the disabled list Friday, Dave Dombrowski downplayed the potential need for a starter.
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Price's elbow injury 'much less' severe than in spring training
The Red Sox put forth some optimism about David Price’s elbow while maintaining the wall of secrecy around the lefty’s health
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Pedroia: 'It bothers you when stuff's not true'
Dustin Pedroia speaks for the first time since reports surfaced that he had applauded David Price's verbal takedown of Dennis Eckersley, denying that he done so and offerering a passionate defense of himself
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Source: Despite addition of Nunez, Sox plan to keep Devers on roster
Rookie Rafael Devers is not going to be sent to the minors to make room for Eduardo Nunez, a baseball source told CSNNE on Friday.
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UPDATE: David Price on 10-day disabled list with elbow injury
David Price's left elbow problems have resurfaced and the Red Sox placed him on the 10-day disabled list.
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Tanguay: Price altercation worse than 'chicken and beer' incident
Lou Merloni joins to discuss a source telling him Pedroia applauded Price for his altercation with Eckersley and Tanguay says this has been worse than the chicken and beer incident.
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Tanguay: I officially hate the Red Sox
The Red Sox behaved like children, and now they're behaving like children trying to get out of trouble. 
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Rangers' Darvish has Red Sox on no-trade list
Not that they need him -- they have other, far more pressing needs than starting pitching -- but the Red Sox couldn't get Yu Darvish even if they wanted to.
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Drellich: Records or rest for Sale?
The Red Sox could have some tough choices to make with Chris Sale, who’s on his way to having a great all-time season
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Potential Red Sox trade target Pat Neshek dealt to Rockies
The Colorado Rockies obtained right-handed reliever Pat Neshek from the Philadelphia Phillies for three minor league players on Wednesday.
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BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Pedroia applauded Price altercation
Dustin Pedroia was reportedly one of the players that applauded David Price for his altercation with Dennis Eckerlsey on the team plane.
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Source: Pedroia applauded Price during Eck takedown
CSNNE confirms Fred Toucher's report that one of the Sox applauding David Price during his attack on Dennis Eckersley was Dustin Pedroia.
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Felger: Red Sox need a manager to come in and say 'shut up and play'
Is Red Sox manager John Farrell on the hot seat, again? Evan Drellich joins in on Arbella Early Edition to discuss John Farrell's managing of the clubhouse.
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Chris Sale strikes out 11 in 4-0 win over Mariners
Chris Sale pitches seven innings of three-hit ball, Rafael Devers homers and the Boston Red Sox beat the Seattle Mariners,. 4-0
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Devers hits first major-league home run Wednesday vs. Mariners
After going 0-for-4 with two walks in his debut on Tuesday, Rafael Devers comes through with his first MLB hit: A home run to center field.
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Drellich: Devers is a keeper, even with addition of Nunez
Rafael Devers should stay with the Red Sox, and maybe even get the bulk of the playing time at third, despite the addition of Eduardo Nunez.
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Segura's single in 13th rallies Mariners past Red Sox, 6-5
Jean Segura rolls an RBI single up the middle with two outs in the 13th inning to cap a two-run rally and gives the Mariners a 6-5 victory over the Red Sox
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Sox acquire Eduardo Nunez from Giants
On the day Rafael Devers made his major league debut, news broke that another potential asset at third base was about to join the Red Sox.
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VIDEO - Drellich: Farrell doesn't seem to be defending David Price
Tanguay, Felger, Drellich, and Bertrand talk about John Farrell saying that he did not apologize to Dennis Eckersley for the David Price confrontation.
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Farrell on WEEI: Have not apologized to Eckersley
'Yeah, that’s a no,' the Red Sox manager responded when asked specifically if he had apologized to Dennis Eckersley for David Price's actions.
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Schilling rips Price, Sox over Eckersley incident
Curt Schilling comes to Dennis Eckersley's defense in the David Price incident: 'Eck is a Hall Of Famer, no one else in this matter is.'
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Paxton, Seager pace Mariners past Red Sox, 4-0
James Paxton [1] allowed four singles over seven innings to win his fifth consecutive start in July and Kyle Seager [2] homered to pace the Seattle Mariners to a 4-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Monday
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Bean: The right way, and the Price way
Jimmy Hayes didn't need to be civil when he ran into constant critic Michael Felger, yet he behaved far more professionally than David Price.
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VIDEO -- BST crew guesses which Red Sox players applauded Price
Michael Holley and Tom Giles give their picks on who they think applauded David Price for confronting Dennis Eckersley.
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VIDEO -- Will there be too much pressure on Devers?
Michael Holley and Tom Giles give their picks on who they think applauded David Price for confronting Dennis Eckersley.
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Shaughnessy provides details of Price-Eckersley confrontation
The Boston Globe's Dan Shaughnessy, citing 'six people who witnessed . . . the incident,' gives details of the David Price-Dennis Eckersley confrontation.
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Drellich: The pros and cons of Devers' promotion
Rafael Devers is here and there’s a bundle of reasons to be excited. There’s reason, too, to be skeptical. 
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Baseball Show Podcast: The right time to call up Devers?
Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich and Jared Carrabis discuss if this is the right time to bring up Rafael Devers, and if the Red Sox should still trade for another veteran third baseman.
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Video -- Merloni: 'Disgraceful' Eckersley never received apology
The guys on The Baseball Show talk about Dan Shaughnessy's new report that explains what happened between David Price and Dennis Eckerlsey on the team plane.
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Carrabis goes on tirade against Sandoval
Jared Carrabis tells us how he really feels about former Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
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Did Sox make right move by calling up Devers?
Lou Merloni, Jared Carrabis, and Evan Drellich give their reaction to the news that the Red Sox are calling up top prospect Rafael Devers.
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Luis Valbuena's solo homer lifts Angels to 3-2 win over Red Sox
Luis Valbuena [1] hits a tiebreaking solo home run in the seventh inning, ruining a solid performance from Rick Porcello and carrying the Angels past the Red Sox. [1] http://stats.csnne.com/mlb/players.asp
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Red Sox recall top prospect Rafael Devers from Pawtucket
The Boston Red Sox have promoted Rafael Devers from Pawtucket Triple-A, manager John Farrell announced Sunday
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Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins (left) and Yu Darvish of the Texas Rangers.
Reports: Stanton off trade block; Dodgers, Yankees in on Darvish
With eight days to go before the MLB trade deadline, the Miami Marlins say Giancarlo Stanton won't be on the move, while the Texans Rangers are reportedly fielding offers for ace Yu Darvish.
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Simmons slugs Angels to 7-3 win over Red Sox
Andrelton Simmons drove in three runs, including a go-ahead two-run homer, Albert Pujols went 3-for-4 with two RBI and the Los Angeles Angels rallied for a 7-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday nig
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CSN BAY AREA: Giants make it official and bring back Pablo Sandoval
Pablo Sandoval will join Class-A San Jose immediately and move on to Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday. The Red Sox will continue to pay him.  
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Boston Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. robs the Los Angeles Angels' Yunel Escobar of extra bases with this catch in Anaheim.
Sale on the latest JBJ spectacular catch: 'What's wrong with that guy?'
Jackie Bradley Jr.'s stunning catches are becoming routine but that doesn't make them any less spectacular.  
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Sale blanks Angels for 6 innings in Red Sox 6-2 win
Chris Sale pitches six scoreless innings and the Red Sox ride a five-run first inning to a 6-2 victory over the Angels
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Drellich: Red Sox play the waiting game
The trade deadline is getting closer, and the Red Sox need help. And they seem to be in limbo as they wait for that help to arrive.
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Flubbed popup opens floodgates, helps Blue Jays beat Red Sox, 8-6
Justin Smoak hits a pair of homers and Steve Pearce drives in two runs when Brock Holt loses his popup in the sun, as Toronto beats the Sox, 8-6.
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Farrell says Red Sox clubhouse anticipating trade
John Farrell stopped short of calling for a deal but said, "I think it's always a plus," when asked if the Red Sox front office can add to a first-place team.
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NBC SPORTS CALIFORNIA: Not many Giants eager for Sandoval reunion
News that the Giants are about to bring back Pablo Sandoval after his release by the Red Sox isn't being greeted with cheers by his soon-to-be new teammates.
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Drellich: With Pomeranz, Sox can go deep
Starting-pitching depth has emerged as the Red Sox' biggest strength, and Drew Pomeranz's surge is one of the biggest reasons.
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Pomeranz, Pedroia lead Red Sox past Blue Jays, 5-1
Dustin Pedroia drives in three, Drew Pomeranz pitches three-hit ball into the seventh inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays, 5-1
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Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
Report: Sandoval to sign minor-league deal with Giants
Released by the Red Sox on Wednesday, Pablo Sandoval is poised to join the team the Red Sox signed him away from prior to the 2015 season
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VIDEO - Should the Red Sox pursue a trade for Manny Machado?
Evan Drellich, Trenni Kusnierek, Mike Giardi and Gary Tanguay debate if the Red Sox should empty the prospect cupboard to try and acquire Manny Machado from the Orioles
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Healthier Dustin Pedroia finds power stroke at the plate
Dustin Pedroia’s error-less streak is at 114 games entering Wednesday, but he might be even better at the plate right now.
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Will Dave Dombrowski and the Red Sox make a big trade?
Farrell unsure if Red Sox will make a trade
Less than 24 hours after the White Sox-Yankees blockbuster deal, manager John Farrell was unsure if the Red Sox have a trade up their sleeve.
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San Francisco Giants 3B Eduardo Nunez and New York Mets infielder Asdrubal Cabrera.
Reports: Giants' Nunez, Mets' Cabrera among Red Sox 3B trade targets
With Todd Frazier off the board, you can add a couple of new names to potential Red Sox third base trade targets.  
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Ramirez practicing what he preaches
Hanley Ramirez has been promising an offensive upswing now that his shoulders feel better, and -- as Tuesday's walkoff homer demonstrates -- he's following through.
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Drellich: Yanks' trade shows Red Sox' limitations
The Red Sox have often looked powerless at the plate. The Todd Frazier-to-the-Yankees deal exposes their lack of power in the trade market, too.
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Ramirez's 15th-inning home run lifts Red Sox over Blue Jays, 5-4
The Red Sox rally twice to tie, once in the 11th inning, before Hanley Ramirez's 15th-inning home run gives them the victory.
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BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Yankees get Frazier. What's next for Red Sox?
The BST crew discusses the Yankees-White Sox trade and what it means for the Red Sox and the AL East
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Yankees acquire Frazier, Robertson from White Sox in seven-player trade
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman lands his man, and in turn, prevents the Red Sox from getting theirs.
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Blake Swihart trying other positions because of ankle
Once a highly valuable trade chip, Red Sox prospect Blake Swihart is now looking at an attempt to rebound at new positions.
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Dombrowski on trades: Third base 'obvious' area to upgrade
Before Tuesday, Dave Dombrowski had not publicly acknowledged that third base is a clear area where the Red Sox can upgrade via trade
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Red Sox call up Johnson to start vs. Jays tonight, send Travis, Scott down
Left-hander Brian Johnson will make his fifth major league start this season for the Red Sox tonight against the Blue Jays after he was recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket as part of a series of roster moves.
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Prado, reportedly a Sox trade target, placed on DL with knee sprain
Marlins third baseman Martin Prado suffers a sprained right knee, which may end whatever interest the Red Sox have in him.
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Drellich: Red Sox should get a trade done sooner rather than later
The time to get a deal done is now if the Red Sox want to make a splash before the trade deadline — if the price is palatable
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Pearce go-ahead single in eighth leads Jays over Sox, 4-3
Steve Pearce hit a solo homer, then added the go-ahead single in the eighth inning in Toronto's 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Monday night.
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Farrell open to changing Red Sox lineup; has already altered rotation
The top of the Red Sox order stays the same, but John Farrell says he's willing to shake up the lineup . . . as he has with the rotation.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez delivers against the Detroit Tigers.
Sox activate Rodriguez, option Lin, Maddox to Pawtucket
The Red Sox activate pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez from the 10-day disabled list and option third baseman Tzu-Wei Lin and pitcher Austin Maddox to Triple-A Pawtucket.
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He's once again a hard and fast Price . . . to great effectiveness
David Price is throwing more 'hard' pitches -- fastballs, sinkers, cutters -- than he has at any time since 2011. And it's working beautifully.
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Buckley: They're a runaway train
The Boston Herald's Steve Buckley says the Red Sox' starting-pitching depth will enable them to win the A.L. East 'by nine games.'
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Bradley's catch leads Sox to 3-0 win, doubleheader split
Jackie Bradley Jr. robs Aaron Judge of a home run with a leaping catch, helping the Red Sox to a 3-0 win over the Yanks and a doubleheader split.
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Baseball Show Podcast: Are Sox trading for Frazier?
Lou Merloni, Jared Carrabis and Evan Drellich discuss the rumors that the Boston Red Sox are close to acquiring Chicago White Sox third baseman Todd Frazier.
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What should the Sox give up for Frazier?
The guys on The Baseball Show talk about the reports that the Red Sox are close to acquiring Todd Frazier and what it may take to trade for the third baseman.
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Merloni: Sandoval contract worst in Sox history and it's not close
Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich, Jared Carrabis discuss the Red Sox designating Pablo Sandoval for assignment and how bad the contract was.
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Sox shut out in Game 1 of doubleheader, 3-0
The Red Sox dropped Game 1 of Sunday's doubleheader to the Yankees, 3-0.
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Brock Holt's versatility has him playing both in the infield and outfield for the Boston Red Sox.
Holt, activated, talked to Dale Earnhardt Jr. about long road to recovery
At least for a day, Brock Holt is back on the big league roster.
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Yankees top Red Sox 4-1 in 16th; Boston plays under protest
Didi Gregorius lined a go-ahead single in the 16th inning and the New York Yankees outlasted the Boston Red Sox, 4-1
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With Sox and Frazier, it's a matter of cost
The Red Sox like Todd Frazier, but they need to like the price of acquiring him more.
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Drellich: Sandoval, Sox figured out support system too late
Pablo Sandoval’s Red Sox career seems a case of too little too late.
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Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
Ryan: Red Sox cutting Sandoval was 'inevitable and necessary'
Bob Ryan joins Marc Bertrand and Trenni Kusnierek to chat about the Boston Red Sox cutting Pablo Sandoval.
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What are the biggest blunders in Boston sports history?
Marc Bertrand and Bob Ryan rank their top 5 worst signings and trades in Boston sports history.
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Farrell: Red Sox were 'relentless until the final out'
Hear from Red Sox manager John Farrell after the Boston Red Sox walk-off win over the New York Yankees.
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Scott makes fixes while Chapman flounders in Red Sox walk-off win
It’s a weird time when Robby Scott looks better than Aroldis Chapman, but here we are.
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Chapman walks in winning run, Red Sox beat Yankees, 5-4
Aroldis Chapman walks in the winning run without recording an out in the ninth inning, handing the Red Sox a 5-4 win over the Yankees
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CSN Chicago: Why Todd Frazier is 'best option' for Red Sox
A baseball source tells Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago that he wouldn’t be surprised to see the Red Sox move quickly to fill its void at third.
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Dombrowski says trade for reliever not 'a glaring need' for Red Sox
The Red Sox bullpen has been one of the best in the majors this season, but some questions still remain.
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Red Sox 'not counting on Devers at this point'
Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski seems to want to keep the Rafael Devers possibility on the back burner — at least publicly.
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Bertrand: Sandoval signing may go down as worst in history of sports
Trenni Kusnierek and Marc Bertrand talk about the Boston Red Sox designating Pablo Sandoval for assignment and how bad the free agent signing was.
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Boston Red Sox third basemen Tzu-Wei Lin (left) and Deven Marrero.
Drellich: Uncertainty at third base makes need for trade clear
If Dave Dombrowski isn’t sure that Tzu-Wei Lin and Deven Marrero are the answer for the Sox at third, then a deal is needed.
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New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda.
Yankees say Michael Pineda needs Tommy John surgery
The Yankees announce that Michael Pineda has a torn elbow ligament and will likely undergo Tommy John surgery. He’ll get a second opinion.  
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Pablo Sandoval's best games with the Red Sox
The Pablo Sandoval era is mercifully over in Boston.
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Source: Rafael Devers promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket
With Pablo Sandoval DFA’d and Jhonny Peralta released from Triple-A Pawtucket, top third-base prospect Rafael Devers has been promoted there.
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Red Sox designate Pablo Sandoval for assignment, release expected
The Red Sox have designated Pablo Sandoval for assignment, and his release is expected.
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