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Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia swings a bat
Health, not home runs, is biggest question for Red Sox offense
The Red Sox have the fewest homers in the majors (11), but once healthy, their offense should be fine.  
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Judge, Severino carry Yankees past Red Sox, 3-1
Luis Severino and an Aaron Judge a two-run homer carrying the surging New York Yankees to a 3-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox
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Red Sox notes: Rainy conditions contribute to Pedroia decision
John Farrell said he hoped to avoid using Dustin Pedroia entirely Wednesday, and that the rainy conditions contributed to the decision.
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The Boston Red Sox have claimed IF/OF Chase d'Arnaud off waivers from the Atlanta Braves.
Red Sox claim utility man Chase d’Arnaud off waivers from Braves
With injuries to Dustin Pedroia (knee, ankle), utility man Brock Holt (vertigo) and Pablo Sandoval (knee), the Red Sox claimed utility man Chase d’Arnaud off waivers from the Atlanta Braves on Thursday.
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Red Sox minor league pitcher critically injured in Florida car crash
Red Sox minor league pitcher Kevin Steen, 20, was critically injured when his SUV was hit by another car late Wednesday night, FOX4 in Fort Myers reports.  
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Buchholz apologizes to Phillies for injury, hopes he can return this season
Clay Buchholz told Philadelphia media that he apologized to Phillies teammates and GM Matt Klentak for the injury.
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Barnes drops appeal of four-game suspension, will begin serving it tonight
Red Sox reliever Matt Barnes has dropped his appeal of his four-game suspension for throwing near the head of the Orioles’ Manny Machado. He’ll be out through Saturday.
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Wednesday’s Red Sox-Yankees lineups: Pedroia still out
Dustin Pedroia is again out of the Red Sox lineup tonight, John Farrell said in his weekly interview on WEEI Wednesday.
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POLITICO sees Epstein as potential savior for Democrats
An interview with David Axelrod compares the Cubs executive to Barack Obama. 
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Drellich: Sox circle wagon around Pedroia's words in weird fashion
The Boston Red Sox circled the wagons well on Tuesday, arriving at a unified message. But it took a weird string of events.
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Dustin Pedroia of the Boston Red Sox
Pedroia: Red Sox ‘all have each other’s backs’
Dustin Pedroia said he and his teammates have talked about his comments Sunday in Baltimore and that the Red Sox “all have each other’s backs.”
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Report: Derek Jeter-Jeb Bush group win auction for Marlins
A group led by Derek Jeter and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has won the auction for the Miami Marlins with a $1.3 billion bid, Bloomberg reports.
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Tarp covers field during rain at Fenway Park in Boston
Red Sox-Yankees rained out, will be made up as part of doubleheader July 16
The Red Sox series opener against the Yankees at Fenway Park tonight has been postponed because of rain.
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Farrell mum on Pedroia, who seems close to return
John Farrell doesn’t want to talk about the feud with the Orioles and tells MLB Network Radio that Dustin Pedroia still has ‘lingering soreness’ in his knee and ankle.
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Sandoval goes on 10-day DL, Rutledge returns from DL to take roster spot
Pablo Sandoval's right knee sprain has landed him on the 10-day disabled list, with Josh Rutledge returning from the DL in Sandoval's place.
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David Price tweets he feels great, won’t answer further questions Tuesday
David Price tweets a quick “media session” in which “all questions are answered” after the latest step in his rehab process.
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Drellich: Pedroia forgets own words on leadership after Barnes throws at Machado
Dustin Pedroia may regret his actions and comments after Matt Barnes threw at Manny Machado's head.
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Did Barnes deserve 4 games for throwing at Machado?
Bob Ryan and Lou Merloni react to Matt Barnes being handed a 4-game suspension for throwing at Manny Machado, and whether he deserved it.
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The Baltimore Orioles' Manny Machado attempts to aid Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia after Pedroia was injured on Machado's hard slide into second base.
Pedroia doesn't have MRI, still listed as day-to-day with ankle/knee soreness
The Red Sox apparently feel Dustin Pedroia's condition is good enough that he doesn't need an MRI. But Pablo Sandoval will soon have one on his right knee.
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Jared Carrabis: 'I'm just excited the Red Sox have a rival again'
Jared Carrabis' reaction to the Pedroia/Machado/Barnes drama was that the Boston Red Sox have a rival again.
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Merloni: I would be shocked if Matt Barnes is not suspended
The guys on The Baseball Show discuss Matt Barnes throwing behind the head of Manny Machado and how the league will respond.
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Orioles closer Britton takes shot at Pedroia's leadership
Zach Britton, the dominant Orioles closer, suggests that Dustin Pedroia doesn’t have a grasp of the Red Sox clubhouse.
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Drellich: Red Sox, Orioles should leave Machado-Pedroia feud in past
There’s a four-game set starting May 1 between the Red Sox and Orioles, and the reset button should be hit before then.
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Red Sox salvage finale of series with 6-2 win over Orioles
First-inning home runs by Mookie Betts and Hanley Ramirez stake the Red Sox to an early 4-0 lead, and they coast past Baltimore, 6-2.
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Barnes ejected for throwing pitch behind Machado's head
Two days after Machado spiked Dustin Pedroia with a questionable slide into second base, Matt Barnes throws a pitch behind Machado's head.
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Pedroia to undergo MRI; Price to throw bullpen session Monday
Dustin Pedroia will have his left leg checked after being spiked by Manny Machado on Friday. In the meantime, David Price's comeback continues.
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The Baltimore Orioles' Manny Machado attempts to aid Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia after Pedroia was injured on Machado's hard slide into second base.
Red Sox-Orioles lineups: Pedroia out for second straight day
Worries of more serious injuries are raised as Dustin Pedroia is unable to play for a second straight day after being hurt by Manny Machado's takeout slide.
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Homers by Mancini, Schoop carry O's past Sox 4-2
Trey Mancini and Jonathan Schoop homered in succession off knuckleballer Steven Wright, Jayson Aquino won his first big league start and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox, 4-2 .
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Ortiz says Sale's 'going to continue striking out 20 per game'
When it comes to Chris Sale, David Ortiz is apparently having a hard time believing.
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The Baltimore Orioles' Manny Machado attempts to aid Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia after Pedroia was injured on Machado's hard slide into second base.
Pedroia doesn't expect to go on DL, says 'I don't have an issue' with Machado
Dustin Pedroia, out of the lineup tonight, tells reporters he doesn't expect to need a DL stint and that he has no issue with the Orioles' Manny Machado.
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The Baltimore Orioles' Manny Machado attempts to aid Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia after Pedroia was injured on Machado's hard slide into second base.
Saturday's Red Sox-Orioles lineups: Pedroia out after Machado's takeout slide
Dustin Pedroia is out of the Red Sox lineup a night after he left the game when he was taken out by the hard slide of Baltimore's Manny Machado. 
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Drellich: Pedroia says it without saying it... Machado went too far
Dustin Pedroia says he's not mad about a high-spike into his left leg. At the same time, he brilliantly and subtly highlights why Manny Machado went too far.
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Bundy sharp on mound as Orioles beat Red Sox, 2-0
Dylan Bundy takes a five-hitter into the eighth inning, Manny Machado homers and the surging Baltimore Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox 2-0 Friday night.
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Holt placed on disabled list with vertigo; Jackie Bradley Jr. activated
Brock Holt says he was diagnosed when the team was in Detroit two weeks ago, and the ailment may have been caused by severe respiratory congestion.
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Betts has highest-selling Red Sox jersey, and 14th-best in MLB
Mookie Betts, at No. 14, and Dustin Pedroia, at No. 18, are the two Red Sox players in the Top 20 list of best-selling jerseys.
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Drellich: Dombrowski found the real deal(s)
The early season successes of Chris Sale and Mitch Moreland stamp the seal of approval on Dave Dombrowski's winter moves.
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Drellich: Let him finish what he started
The way Craig Kimbrel's been pitching, John Farrell's decision to bring him in makes perfect sense. But Thursday should have belonged to Chris Sale.
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Red Sox rally for 4-1, 10-inning victory after Kimbrel blows save for Sale
Chris Sale's eight shutout innings go for naught when Craig Kimbrel blows the save, but Mookie Betts' bases-loaded double in the 10th saves the day for the Sox.
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Thursday's Red Sox-Blue Jays lineups: Sale looks for some run support
Coming off his first victory in a Red Sox uniform, left-hander Chris Sale is on the mound in the matinee finale of a three-game series in Toronto on Thursday.
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Price's latest 'slowdown' raises questions of what he's dealing with
David Price has another 'slowdown' in what's been an unsteady rehab, and surgery may eventually be necessary. But if so, what kind?
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Porcello gets no support, offensive or defensive, in 3-0 loss
Two second-inning errors lead to three unearned Toronto runs, and the Red Sox hitters manage only six hits as the Jays snap Boston's winning streak.
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Red Sox-Blue Jays lineups: Porcello looks to get back on track
The Red Sox haven't lost since Rick Porcello was routed by the Rays Friday night at Fenway. He's hoping to turn things around tonight.
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Johnson earns first win as Red Sox edge Blue Jays, 8-7
Boston Red Sox hang on to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8-7 on Tuesday night for their season-high fourth straight victory.
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CSN PHILLY: Buchholz has forearm surgery, likely out for season
Ex-Red Sox right-hander Clay Buchholz undergoes surgery Tuesday to repair a torn flexor tendon in his right forearm and is out four to six months.
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Red Sox-Blue Jays lineups: Pedroia gets the night off
Dustin Pedroia is getting a night off as the Red Sox open a six-game road trip with the first of a three-game series in Toronto.
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Drellich: Kimbrel is at his Red Sox' best, but don't overhype bullpen
The Red Sox relief dominance continued on Monday. But unfortunately 13 games do not prove they are primed to be this good for the long term.
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Chris Young (30) and Boston Red Sox teammates Andrew Benintendi (center) and Mookie Betts celebrate a 4-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Benintendi has key hit as Red Sox hold off Rays 4-3 for 3rd win in a row
Andrew Benintendi hit a go-ahead, two-run single as the Red Sox scored three unearned runs after a Rays error en route to a 4-3 victory in the annual Patriots' Day game at Fenway. 
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Red Sox’ rotation depth to be tested as Brian Johnson gets Tuesday start
With Eduardo Rodriguez going on the paternity list, Brian Johnson will come up from Pawtucket to take his start Tuesday in Toronto. 
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Monday’s Red Sox-Rays lineups: Sandoval sits vs. lefty, Wright tries to bounce back
The Red Sox have their traditional Patriots’ Day early wake-up call for an an 11:05 a.m. start at Fenway Park, where they’ll conclude their four-game series with the Tampa Bay Rays.
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Abraham: Red Sox 'pretty whole' at this point
Pete Abraham joins Toucher and Rich to talk about the pitching and the sickness-free Red Sox clubhouse.
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Drellich: Steady-as-a-rock Sale never gets the shakes
Chris Sale almost never shakes off his catcher. Ever. And it's part of the reason he’s so captivating to watch.
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Sale gets first win with Red Sox; Moreland homers in 2-1 win over Rays
Chris Sale is dominant with 12 strikeouts over seven innings and the Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 2-1 on Saturday.
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Boston Red Sox hitting coach Chili Davis (left) talks with Josh Rutledge.
Red Sox hitters meet without coaches before Saturday's game
The Red Sox are last in home runs with four and that probably came up in a pregame hitters meeting - without coaches - on Saturday.  
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David Price expects to have his regular stuff upon return
After his third bullpen session as he comes back from an elbow injury, David Price says, "I expect to be myself" when he returns.
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The Boston Red Sox celebrate Jackie Robinson Day by all wearing the number 42.
Saturday's Red Sox-Rays lineups: Sale looks for first win on Jackie Robinson Day
Chris Sale seeks his first win in a Red Sox uniform as MLB honors Jackie Robinson and the Rays look to win two in a row at Fenway.
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Drellich: Ramirez seems enamored in being 'Ortiz part two'
CSNNE Red Sox insider Evan Drellich thinks Hanley Ramirez seems enamored in being David Ortiz part two
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Porcello knew change would be needed, now it is
Rick Porcello was prepared for an ugly beginning, in one respect. His entire approach, even last season, was based on constant change.
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Bradley Jr. could return midweek
Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr.’s making progress on his way back from a right knee sprain, taking some swings in the cage and doing agility drills on the field.
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Farrell: Ramirez not 'boycotting' first base, but preference clear
Hanley Ramirez is not boycotting first base, Red Sox manager John Farrell said Friday, while acknowledging Ramirez’s preference for being the designated hitter.
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Friday’s Red Sox-Rays lineups: Sandoval back at third, Porcello on mound
Pablo Sandoval is back in the Red Sox lineup at third base as they open a four-game series with the Tampa Bay Rays tonight at Fenway Park.
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Carrabis on Price: 'Definitely gonna make a start'
Jared Carrabis joins Boston Sports Tonight and explains why he expects David Price to make a start.
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Charade's over: Ramirez doesn't want to play 1B
When it comes to Hanley Ramirez, his happiness might be more valuable to the Red Sox than playing first base occasionally.
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Eighth-inning rally lifts Red Sox past Pirates, 4-3
Hanley Ramirez ties the score with a two-run double and Xander Bogaerts follows with the game-winning hit as the Red Sox, who trailed all game, come back and beat Pittsburgh.
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Boston Red Sox first baseman Mitch Moreland connects on one of his doubles.
Moreland doubles in 7th game in a row, breaking record shared with Ortiz, Varitek
Barely two weeks into his Red Sox career, Mitch Moreland sets a Red Sox franchise record by doubling in his seventh consecutive game.
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Robbie Ross' return from the DL gives Red Sox three lefties in bullpen
Left-hander Robbie Ross is activated from the DL and rookie right-hander Ben Taylor is optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket. 
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Red Sox feel it's too early to check on David Price's velocity
David Price is set for a 45-pitch bullpen session Saturday that will include breaking balls. Still to come is checking on his velocity.
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Drellich: Sandoval looks destined to be a platoon player
Pablo Sandoval (.133) sits Thursday against a right-hander, and the clock should be ticking fast on the Panda-as-a right-handed-hitter experiment.
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Thursday's Red Sox-Pirates lineups: Sandoval sits, Eduardo Rodriguez on mound
Pablo Sandoval gets the day off to start as Marco Hernandez starts at third base for the Red Sox in their matinee makeup game with the Pittsburgh Pirates at Fenway Park. 
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Jon Lester probably doesn't take shot at Red Sox; Red Sox fans angry
Jon Lester's comment about his World Series ring with the Cubs riled up some Red Sox fans. 
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Starting pitcher Drew Pomeranz of the Boston Red Sox
A good kind of sore: Pomeranz feels good, looks forward
Drew Pomeranz is feeling no pain -- or at least nothing beyond the normal, day-after pain --- in the wake of Tuesday's sterling performance.
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Orioles hit five home runs in 12-5 win over Red Sox
Trey Mancini hit two of Baltimore's five home runs, all in the first three innings, and the Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox 12-5 on Wednesday night.
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Drellich: Buck Showalter should own up to his cheap shots
Buck Showalter’s reputation for going after teams in the press precedes him. The Orioles manager should have just owned his shot at the Red Sox
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Buchholz has partial tear of right flexor pronator mass, will see Dr. Andrews
Phillies right-hander Clay Buchholz has a partial tear of the right flexor pronator mass and will seek a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews next week.
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Showalter: I wasn't trying to 'needle' Red Sox about flu
Buck Showalter says he wasn't making any negative comments about the Red Sox on Monday, but he used more negative comments about the Red Sox in doing so.
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Price ‘essentially in spring training’ as he completes second bullpen session
Red Sox left-hander David Price throws 35 fastballs in a workout that he says went well, and will start throwing breaking pitches soon
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CSN Stats: They're catching on for Red Sox
Move over, Carlton Fisk and Jason Varitek and other great Red Sox catchers of the past. Through seven games, the current Sox catchers are outdoing all of you.
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Pomeranz's first outing is Red Sox' biggest surprise yet
Tuesday night is Drew Pomeranz’s first career win at Fenway Park, and arguably his best outing since joining the Red Sox. 
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Killer P's: Pomeranz, Pedroia lead Red Sox to 8-1 rout of Orioles
Drew Pomeranz strikes out six in his season debut and Dustin Pedroia drives in four runs and the Red Sox beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-1 Tuesday night.
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Clay Buchholz leaves second Phillies start after 2 1/3 innings
Clay Buchholz he left his second start after just 2 1/3 innings because of a right forearm injury, per the Philadelphia Inquirer. 
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Drellich: Showalter takes unwarranted flu shot at Sox
The smart, witty and sometimes sharp-tongued manager of the Orioles takes a clear shot at the Red Sox, and it's totally uncalled for.
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On Red Sox, eighth-inning reliever isn't limited to eighth inning
 John Farrell says Matt Barnes is his eighth-inning reliever, but his bullpen-flexibility strategy means Barnes isn't 'necessarily locked into the eighth inning'.
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Rehabbing Red Sox reliever Carson Smith hits bump in comeback
According to manager John Farrell, Carson Smith's 'elbow kind of talked back to him . . . with some stiffness' after throwing his first bullpen session.
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Red Sox rank third on Forbes' list of MLB's franchise values
The Red Sox are listed as being worth $2.7 billion, up $400 million from 2016 and barely behind the second-place Dodgers ($2.75 billion). The Yankees ($3.7 billion) are first.
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Ramirez, Bogaerts back in Red Sox lineup tonight
Xander Bogaerts and Hanley Ramirez both return to the Red Sox lineup tonight against the Baltimore Orioles. 
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Red Sox starter Drew Pomeranz delivers a pitch
CSN Stats: Pomeranz's performance in Boston hasn't been how they Drew it up
A CSN Stats preview of tonight's Red Sox-Orioles game, in which the Sox hope Drew Pomeranz turns things around and Mitch Moreland continues on the same path.
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David Price entering crucial week on his rehab calendar
Another key step in David Price's recovery is expected Wednesday with a 35-pitch bullpen session, manager John Farrell tells MLB Network Radio.
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Farrell: Thornburg to start throwing program Wednesday
Red Sox manager John Farrell tells MLB Network Radio that Tyler Thornburg is expected to begin his throwing program Wednesday.
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Tanguay: I'm placing unfair expectations on Chris Sale
Gary Tanguay and Trenni Kusnierek discuss if the expectations put on Chris Sale are too high and the comparisons to Pedro Martinez are unfair.
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CSN Stats: Sale has non-support case against Red Sox
Chris Sale's been every bit as good as advertised so far, but the Red Sox have been absolutely offensive -- in the wrong way -- in his starts.
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UPDATED: Red Sox place Bradley on DL, but say injury 'not major'
The Red Sox say further examination of Jackie Bradley Jr.’s knee has 'eliminated most of the major things' and now the team will decide if he needs to go on the DL.
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Wherever flu-ridden Red Sox go, their clubhouse gets fumigated
The Red Sox clubhouse at Fenway has been fumigated 'multiple teams' since the team left for Detroit, and the Tigers will cleanse the visitor's clubhouse after they depart today.
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Price 'feeling good' after throwing first bullpen session since injury
David Price and the Red Sox say Monday's bullpen session went well, but now they'll wait to see how the left-hander feels on Tuesday.
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With Ortiz gone, Benintendi's become the most enjoyable at-bat on Red Sox
The Red Sox lost a showman when David Ortiz retired. But, in his quiet way, Andrew Benintendi has become just as much of a must-see at-bat.
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Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price might need Tommy John surgery.
Merloni: Red Sox should continue to take it slow with David Price
Our guys on The Baseball Show talk about David Price getting on the mound for the first time, how the Boston Red Sox should handle his rehab, and when you'll feel comfortable with Price again.
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Jackie Bradley Jr. returning to Boston for further look at sprained knee
An MRI on Jackie Bradley Jr.'s injured right knee disclosed inflammation and a sprain, and he'll return to Boston for further examination.
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Leon helps Red Sox rally past Tigers, 7-5
Sandy Leon, who won Wednesday's game with a 12th-inning HR, drives in the go-ahead runs as the Red Sox rally for a 7-5 win over the Tigers.
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Bradley undergoes MRI on injured knee, misses Sunday game
Both Jackie Bradley Jr. and the Sox said the knee injury he suffered Saturday was nothing serious, but it's serious enough that he needs an MRI.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez delivers against the Detroit Tigers.
Old friend Iglesias leads Tigers past Red Sox, 4-1
Eduardo Rodriguez gave up a home run and RBI double to ex-Red Sox shortstop Jose Iglesias in Boston's 4-1 loss to the Tigers in Detroit. 
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Comerica Park in Detroit, home of the Tigers.
Red Sox flu bug strikes play-by-play man Dave O'Brien, who leaves mid-game
The flu bug sweeping through the Red Sox has reached the broadcast booth. NESN play-by-play man Dave O'Brien took sick in the sixth inning of the game in Detroit Saturday afternoon. 
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Saturday's Red Sox-Tigers lineups: Flu again keeps Hanley, Mookie out
Mookie Betts and Hanley Ramirez are still sick and again out of the lineup, and with Xander Bogaerts on bereavement leave, it's again a makeshift lineup for Game 2 of their four-game series in Detroit on Sat
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Who held Craig Kimbrel out Friday: John Farrell or Kimbrel?
Before we annihilate John Farrell for leaving Craig Kimbrel on the sideline Friday's loss, let's look at the situation from a different angle.
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Plenty of reasons to feel good about Red Sox through three games
There’s a lot more to be encouraged about than discouraged through the first three games of the Red Sox' season.
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Boston Red Sox catcher Sandy Leon talks to reliever Joe Kelly.
Tigers rally against bullpen after Sandoval’s heroics to beat Red Sox, 6-5
Pablo Sandoval’s three-run homer gave the Red Sox the lead in the eighth, but the Tigers take advantage of the Boston bullpen for a 6-5 victory. 
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Report: PawSox plan for ‘100 percent replica’ of Fenway for new ballpark
The Boston Red Sox’ Triple-A affiliate, the Pawtucket Red Sox, are developing plans to build a “100 percent replica” of Fenway Park for their new home, the Providence Journal reports.  
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Boston Red Sox GM Theo Epstein talks with ace pitcher Curt Schilling in 2004.
’Negotiating For Dummies’? Sorry, Theo, Schilling says it was a joke
Curt Schilling owns up to having the book ’Negotiating For Dummies’ while in talks with the Red Sox, as Theo Epstein claims, but says it was a gag.
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Friday’s Red Sox-Tigers lineups: Hanley (flu) out, Holt leads off at DH
The flu bug running through the Red Sox claimed another victim in Hanley Ramirez and has resulted in a makeshift lineup for Game 3 of the season, the opener of a four-game series in Detroit this afternoon.  
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Merloni: Chris Sale is more of a must-see athlete than Tom Brady right now
Lou Merloni says that Chris Sale is a more must watch Boston athlete than Tom Brady right now due to the unknown with Sale and already knowing how good Brady is.
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Tebow homers in first minor-league at-bat
The former (almost) Patriot hit a two-run homer in his first at-bat with the Mets' Class A affiliate. 
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Robbie Ross Jr. Boston Red Sox
Red Sox put LHP Ross (flu) on DL, call up IF Marrero
The Red Sox have called up infielder Devin Marrero from Triple-A Pawtucket and placed lefty reliever Robbie Ross Jr. (flu) on the 10-day disabled list.   
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Rainout alters Red Sox rotation for Tigers series - Wright goes Friday
Thursday’s rainout changed the Red Sox rotation for the four-game series with the Tigers, and set up a must-see matchup Monday: Chris Sale vs. Justin Verlander.
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Bogaerts to miss three days, Betts, Ross questionable Friday
The flu-depleted Red Sox lose shortstop Xander Bogaerts until Monday after he joins reliever Matt Barnes on bereavement leave.
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Tarp covers field during rain at Fenway Park in Boston
Red Sox and Pirates postponed, rescheduled for next Thursday
To no one's surprise, considering the dreary forecast, the Red Sox' scheduled game against the Pirates is postponed.
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With Moreland on his side this time, Sale's effort doesn't go to waste
Chris Sale's seven shutout innings in his Sox debut were reminiscent of a night in June 2015, a night ruined by current teammate Mitch Moreland.
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Sale learns from Brady, brings first Red Sox jersey home
Chris Sale has gone from cutting up jerseys to making sure he kept the one in which he pitched seven scoreless innings in his Red Sox debut.
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Source: Illness-riddled Red Sox to recall Hernandez from Pawtucket
Infielder Marco Hernandez will be called up from Triple-A Pawtucket to help the flu-ridden Red Sox, baseball sources have told CSNNE.com.
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Boston Red Sox catcher Sandy Leon homers in the 12th inning against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Leon's walk-off shot in 12th gives Sox 3-0 win
Sandy Leon hits a three-run homer into the Monster Seats in the 12th as the Red Sox beat the Pirates. Chris Sale goes seven scoreless in his Boston debut.  
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Theo: Schilling referenced 'Negotiating for Dummies' in contract talks
Cubs president Theo Epstein tells "Pardon My Take" that when he was negotiating with Curt Schilling as Red Sox GM, he noticed the pitcher's copy of "Negotating for Dummies" during the talks. 
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Mookie Betts of the Boston Red Sox swings a bat
Betts, Holt and Ross struck by flu bug running through Red Sox
The most widespread clubhouse illness Red Sox manager John Farrell recalls seeing since 2008 continues to hurt the team.  
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Red Sox starter Drew Pomeranz delivers a pitch
Pomeranz in line to pitch Sunday, but rain may juggle Red Sox rotation
Drew Pomeranz says he feels 'about normal for the beginning of the year' and is ready to go Sunday, but a possible rainout Thursday may force a change in plans.
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Price throws off mound for first time since injuring elbow
David Price takes another step forward in rehabbing his elbow injury as he throws to a catcher for the first time since being hurt.
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Drellich: Kimbrel's out of control at back end of Sox' bullpen
Craig Kimbrel couldn't command his curveball Monday so he became a one-pitch closer against the Pirates . . . and that's not good.
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Tanguay: Benintendi could have MVP-type season
Gary Tanguay says that Andrew Benintendi could have an MVP caliber season, and he and Mookie Betts are looking like Fred Lynn and Jim Rice of the 70's.
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Red Sox don't like taking insurance policies on players
If David Price’s elbow goes, it’s possible the Red Sox could recoup some of their investment via an insurance policy — if they indeed took one.
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Red Sox begin multi-phase project to revamp complex in Dominican
The Red Sox are revamping their complex in the Dominican Republic, starting a three- or four-phase project to bring their training ground for international players up to speed.
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Chris Sale's unique delivery is the essence of simplicity
Much is made of Chris Sale's unique delivery, but keeping his mechanics in order is no taller a task for him than anyone else.
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Farrell on Price: 'Little by little, making his way back'
Red Sox manager John Farrell has positive news about David Price and Drew Pomeranz, and says Tyler Thornburg will be rechecked on Wednesday.
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Kevin Millar: The ceiling is "high" for Andrew Benintendi
Kevin Millar of MLB Network breaks down Andrew Benintendi's potential.
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One of Terry Francona's loves, having discussions on the toilet
Toucher and Rich talk to Kevin Millar about one of Terry Francona's weirdest habits.  
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Bradley Jr. helps alleviate skepticism on Opening Day
Jackie Bradley Jr. is one of the easier Red Sox to identify when it comes to can-he-do-it-again questions.
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Andrew Benintendi makes John Farrell's lineup look smart
Andrew Benintendi delivers a three-run homer in the Red Sox' opener, rewarding Red Sox manager John Farrell's faith.
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Drellich: Sox can build a new bullpen model
The Red Sox' bullpen is in flux, but -- as they did in Monday's Opening Day win over the Pirates -- they can use that to their advantage.
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5 observations from Red Sox Opening Day
Adorable Patriots, gross (yet highly in-demand) lobster poutine and more highlighted Opening Day at Fenway Monday. 
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5 observations from Red Sox Opening Day
Adorable Patriots, gross (yet highly in-demand) lobster poutine and more highlighted Opening Day at Fenway Monday. 
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Benintendi leads Red Sox past Pirates, 5-3, on Opening Day
Andrew Benintendi hits a three-run homer and Rick Porcello picks up where he left off in 2016 with 6 1/3 solid innings as the Red Sox hold off the Pirates, 5-3, on Opening Day.
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Farrell: Still some settling into roles ahead for Red Sox bullpen
The roles in the Red Sox bullpen appear to have as much definition as Pablo Sandoval’s physique did a year ago.  
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Sights and sounds from Opening Day
A look at the sights and sounds of Fenway Park as the Red Sox prepared to open their 2017 season by hosting the Pittsburgh Pirates.
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Red Sox Opening Day lineup: Bogaerts hits sixth, Sandoval eighth
The Red Sox’ first lineup is unsurprising and, as John Farrell explained, tries to stay with a right-left balance, including Xander Bogaerts hitting sixth and Pablo Sandoval eighth.
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"The Baseball Show Podcast": Opening Day is here!
Listen and subscribe to "The Baseball Show Podcast" as we bring you the best segments from Sunday's show on CSN
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Bean: Baseball is the worst part of Opening Day
Opening Day is like the first day of school: There's a lot of hoopla, but the real stuff happens in the days and weeks and months ahead.
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Five questions on Opening Day
Opening Day is here! And here are five questions (and one bonus) facing the Red Sox as they start the long journey of the 2017 baseball season.
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Five questions on Opening Day
Opening Day is here! And here are five questions (and one bonus) facing the Red Sox as they start the long journey of the 2017 baseball season.
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Kennedy: Sox talk 'a lot' about contract extensions for young stars
On CSNNE's Baseball Show podcast, president Sam Kennedy says the Sox think hard about how to approach their young stars' contract situations.
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Over/Unders: Number of Price starts this season
In this Over/Under segment, the guys on The Baseball Show discuss the number of David Price starts, Pablo Sandoval extra base hit, and when Lou Merloni will call for John Farrell to be fired.
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The Baseball Show podcast: Kennedy joins Drellich
Boston Red Sox president Sam Kennedy joins CSNNE Red Sox insider Evan Drellich to discuss a number of Boston baseball topics.
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Red Sox notes: Moreland should be recovered from flu by Monday
John Farrell touches on a number of topics in a pre-Opening Day meeting with the media, including why the team kept Steve Selsky on the roster.
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Farrell confident Price won't need surgery, can return via rehab
The Sox manager says there was no 'Plan B' to David Price's treatment, and the prescribed rest and rehabilitation will get him back on the mound.
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BASEBALL 2017: The Baseball Show panelists make their picks
Evan Drellich, Lou Merloni and Jared Carrabis look into their crystal balls . . . and all of them see the Red Sox losing in the ALCS.
Rodriguez, Red Sox tie Nationals, 4-4
The Boston Red Sox looked as if they might conclude spring training with a win. But their comeback efforts fell short.
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Ten people who should throw out first pitches at Fenway this season
Since Donald Trump won't be throwing out the first pitch at any game this season, here are some people who could . . . at least at Fenway.
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BASEBALL 2017: An old-fashioned approach
Dave Dombrowski relies on 40 years' experience in leading the Red Sox. But will strategies that worked in the past meet the challenges of today?
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Boston Red Sox first baseman/outfielder Steve Selsky.
1B/OF Selsky gets Red Sox' final roster spot
With injuries and illness limiting their options at first base, Steve Selsky earns the 25th spot on the Red Sox Opening Day lineup.   
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Bold predictions: Moreland will hit 30 HRs this season
Lou Merloni and Rob "Hardy" Poole make some bold predictions for the Red Sox 2017 season
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Boston Red Sox rookie right-hander Ben Taylor has earned a spot on the Opening Day roster in the bullpen.
Righty Ben Taylor makes Red Sox Opening Day roster
Red Sox righty Ben Taylor has made the opening day roster. He's a rookie reliever who throws in the mid-90s.
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Best and worst Opening Days in Red Sox history
Great games aren't guaranteed on Opening Day, but here's the best and the worst we've seen from the Red Sox.
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BASEBALL 2017: Sox will be good . . . but not better
The Red Sox added one big piece in Chris Sale, but lost two in David Ortiz and David Price. So while they could repeat last year's division title, they may not match last year's win total.
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Which Sox player will exceed expectations this season?
Trenni Kusnierek and Gary Tanguay play a game of 'Fill in the blank'  where they give their Red Sox previews for this season including which player will exceed expectations this season.
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Drellich: No reason to have real confidence in Drew Pomeranz
Evan Drellich talks about Drew Pomeranz being placed on the 10-day disabled list, and the other injuries to Red Sox pitchers such as David Price, Carson Smith and Tyler Thornburg.
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Andrew Benintendi leads Red Sox past Nationals, 8-1
Andrew Benintendi excelled in his early-game action against Nationals starter Joe Ross in the Red Sox' 8-1 win.
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10 people who should throw out first pitches at Fenway
Since Donald Trump won't be throwing out the first pitch at any game this season, here are some people who could . . . at least at Fenway.
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Best and worst Opening Days in Red Sox history
Great games aren't guaranteed on Opening Day, but here's the best and the worst we've seen from the Red Sox.
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Boston Red Sox assistant GMs Brian O'Halloran (left) and Eddie Romero Jr.
BASEBALL 2017: The decision-makers you don't know
Dave Dombrowski’s right-hand men, Brian O’Halloran and Eddie Romero Jr., bring diverse backgrounds and unique journeys to the Sox front office.
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Red Sox place Pomeranz on DL, but he may not miss a start
The left-hander may come off the new 10-day DL before his first start, which would give the Sox an additional player for the first four games.
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Porcello 'feels as good as I've felt all spring' in Red Sox' 5-3 loss
Rick Porcello and Drew Pomeranz combined to allow all five of the Red Sox' runs in Boston's 5-3 loss to the Minnesota Twins.
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First baseman/outfielder Steve Selsky has been claimed by the Boston Red Sox off waivers from the Cincinnati Reds.
Who's on first for Red Sox? It may be not someone you'd expect
With the regulars -- Hanley Ramirez, Mitch Moreland, Josh Rutledge -- battling health issues, the Sox may use a middle infielder at first.
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Betts and Bradley Jr. combine for seven RBI, Red Sox roll to 9-2 win
The Boston Red Sox put up six runs in the first inning and coast to a 9-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday night.
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Boston Red Sox infielder Marco Hernandez at spring training.
Hernandez has chance at opening day roster after Rutledge injury
If Josh Rutledge isn’t ready for opening day, Marco Hernandez, a left-handed hitter, may have his crack. 
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Farrell defends Sox' shoulder program, but he first raised the issue
John Farrell says it's 'false' to think Tyler Thornburg's injury is the result of the Sox' shoulder program. But he's the one who hinted it was.
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Report: Trump won't throw out first pitch
Donald Trump has reportedly declined to throw out a ceremonial first pitch for the Nationals this season.
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Christian Vazquez or Sandy Leon...who's the starting catcher?
Evan Drellich talks with Toucher and Rich about who the starting catcher will be and should be for the Red Sox. Christian Vazquez appears to be all the way back from Tommy John surgery. Can he hit?  
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Kyle Kendrick sent to minors, but will end up in rotation eventually
Waivers could prevent him from making spot starts, but Kyle Kendrick could fill a longer term hole should one open up in Boston's rotation. 
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Kelly's a potential weapon in the Red Sox bullpen
With Joe Kelly, the whole has never quite equaled the sum of the parts. Now the Red Sox need him as their set-up arm. Will he finally deliver?
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As expected, Red Sox send Swihart to Pawtucket
Unlike Sandy Leon and Christian Vazquez, Blake Swihart has minor-league options remaining. And so he's going to open the season with the PawSox.
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Boston Red Sox right-handed reliever Tyler Thornburg
Red Sox reliever Tyler Thornburg likely headed to disabled list
Tyler Thornburg, acquired from the Brewers in an offseason trade, is scratched Monday and will most likely start the season on the disabled list. 
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Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price might need Tommy John surgery.
Slow rehab could be dangerous for Price
Does David Price need surgery on his elbow? If so, what kind? One doctor warns that depending on the procedure, time is of the essense.
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Merloni: Pablo Sandoval is the key to the bottom of Red Sox order
The guys on The Baseball Show discuss Pablo Sandoval lighting it up in spring training and if he could continue that in the regular season.
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Chris Sale
Sale hurls five shutout innings, Sandoval has two hits as Sox romp, 7-2
Chris Sale has another strong start and Pablo Sandoval lifts his spring-training average to .370 in the Red Sox' 7-2 victory over the Twins.
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Three-run HR from Sandoval (.353) leads Red Sox split squad past Rays, 7-5
Pablo Sandoval hit his fourth home run of the spring and Rusney Castillo had three hits to lead a Red Sox split squad to a 7-5 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday in Port Charlotte, Fla.   
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Another strong start for Kendrick in Red Sox split squad's 3-3 tie with Phillies
Kyle Kendrick strengthened his bid for a spot in the rotation by allowing two runs in six innings and striking out six and Jackie Bradley homered as a Red Sox split squad played to a 3-3 tie with the Philade
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Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price might need Tommy John surgery.
Farrell: Price has 'improved' but a long way from return
David Price is out until at least May with the arm injury that derailed his spring training, but manager John Farrell did see some progress after a strength test the Red Sox left-hander took part in Saturday
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Pomeranz gives up three runs in Red Sox loss to Blue Jays
Lou Merloni breaks down Drew Pomeranz's start and explains why he should be in the starting rotation to begin the season.
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Sox' lack of homegrown starters an understandable problem to Yanks' Cashman
Yankees GM Brian Cashman understands how tough it is for big-market teams -- like the Red Sox -- to develop pitching.
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Drellich: WBC spat a clash of cultures . . . and that's great
One of baseball's great strengths is its diversity, even when it manifests itself in Adam Jones finding motivation in Puerto Rico's parade.
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Wright extends scoreless streak to 9 1/3 innings in Red Sox' 10-7 win over Pirates
The angst surrounding the David Price- and (possibly) Drew Pomeranz-less Red Sox starting rotation may have been eased a little by Steven Wright.
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A hungry ballplayer: Ex-Sox prospect Moncada once ate 85 Twinkies in a week
Yoan Moncada, sent to the White Sox in the Chris Sale deal, has spent part of his $31.5 milllion bonus from the Red Sox on video games, toys . . . and Twinkies.
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According to Fortune, Theo's the greatest . . . in the world, not just baseball
Ex-Red Sox GM Theo Epstein tops Fortune's list of 'The World's 50 Greatest Leaders' . . . which he finds 'patently ridiculous'.
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Drellich: Don't let Travis' lack of batting gloves fool you
He gives off a grip-it-and-rip-it aura, but Sam Travis -- who may be the Red Sox' starting first baseman in 2018 -- thinks before he acts.
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Drellich: Sale may be Red Sox' most electrifying pitcher since Pedro
It was just an exhibition game. But Chris Sale's performance Tuesday shows he may be the Sox' most electrifying pitcher since Pedro Martinez.
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Chris Sale
Sale dominant again in Red Sox' win vs. Yankees
Chris Sale was treating this like a regular season game, and delivered an excellent, midseason performance.
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David Price
Drellich: David Price not throwing is 'a little discouraging'
Evan Drellich believes the Red Sox are a long way from seeing David Price on the mound due to his latest injury, and discusses other Red Sox injuries.
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David Price
Price, Thornburg progressing through injuries as Opening Day nears
Boston Red Sox pitchers David Price and Tyler Thornburg are making progress with their injuries. So what comes next?
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Boston Red Sox infielder Marco Hernandez at spring training.
Hernandez making strong bid to stick with Sox
Marco Hernandez changed his diet and workout routine, losing weight and adding strength, and it's paid off with a big spring training.
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Cover boys: Sox outfielders front one of SI's baseball issues
Sports Illustratred isn't picking the Red Sox to win the World Series, but it's showing some love to a few of the Killer B's.
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Drellich: Are Red Sox doing their medical homework?
Virtually every pitcher acquired by Dave Dombrowski has become injured, leading to questions about the Red Sox' pre-trade evaluation methods.
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Pomeranz feels 'great' after changing mechanics to fix triceps problem, won't miss start
Drew Pomeranz was lifted from Sunday's start because of arm pain but says 'I feel great' after a mechanical change that puts less pressure on his triceps.
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Recuperating Price probably out until May
Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski thinks injured ace David Price 'will be fine', but 'we got to take our time'.
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Benintendi: 'You don’t want to come off as that arrogant guy that nobody likes'
The soft-spoken Andrew Benintendi was raised 'to be humble and . . . not talk about myself'. Some mistake that for arrogance, but he's anything but.
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Drellich: Red Sox rotation is a 'house of cards'
Evan Drellich, Lou Merloni and Jared Carrabis discuss the Boston Red Sox’s concerning rotation depth
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Pomeranz exits with tricep tightness in Sox' 13-8 loss
Drew Pomeranz's departure wasn't the only thing that went wrong for the Boston Red Sox in their 13-8 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Sunday at JetBlue Park. 
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Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval hits at spring training.
Two HRs for Sandoval in Red Sox' 12-5 rout of Twins
Pablo Sandoval hit two homers and drove in four runs and Mitch Moreland had a pair of two-run doubles to lead the Red Sox to a 12-5 spring training victory over the Minnesota Twins on Saturday in Fort Myers,
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Hanley back at first base? 'Moving towards that,' says Farrell
Hanley Ramirez has yet to play a game at first base for the Red Sox in spring training, but John Farrell hinted Saturday that could be coming soon.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale throws at spring training in Fort Myers, Fla.
Merloni: Red Sox fans will love fiery side of Chris Sale
Despite Chris Sale making a mistake in a preseason game, Lou Merloni believes that Red Sox fans are going to love Chris Sale… if he pitches well.
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Rodriguez hurls four shutout innings in Red Sox' 6-2 loss to Astros
Worried about David Price's temporary absence from the Red Sox rotation? Eduardo Rodriguez may be easing some of those fears.
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Sale doesn't 'feel sharp' in Red Sox' exhibition win over Pirates
Chris Sale admits that he 'didn't feel sharp' against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Thursday night, giving up three earned runs on seven hits in four innings.
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