The Red Sox had another disappointing season as their big offseason additions didn't pay off. But how did everybody grade out?
A look back at the many lows -- and occasional highs -- of the 2015 Boston Red Sox season
3yDaniel Bard throws his best outing as a starter, and the bats warm things up on a chilly night in Chicago, 10-3.
3yLess than 11 months removed from Tommy John surgery, reliever Rich Hill made it back to the big leagues Friday, promoted from Pawtucket where he had been on a rehab assignment.
3yThe Red Sox have scored 34 runs in the last four games, an average of 8.5 runs a night.
3yThe parade of relievers started with 11 outs to go and a 7-1 lead, and they eventually nailed it down . . . though not before allowing five runs and seeing the Twins load the bases in the ninth.
3yThe Red Sox' left-hander says it 'was tough . . . and obviously not my intention' after a pitch rode up and in and hit the Twins' Chris Parmelee in the helmet.
3yThe pitcher earned his second win of the season and felt like he took a step forward.
3yBoston outlasted Minnesota for its third straight win and first series sweep since July 2011.