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Carrabis: Red Sox coaches were upset at Farrell's usage of Kimbrel
Jared Carrabis says he was told that some Boston Red Sox coaches were not happy with the way John Farrell was over-using Craig Kimbrel, perhaps because he was trying to save his job.
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Price not expected to miss next start because of cracked fingernail
Red Sox manager John Farrell indicated David Price is dealing with a cracked fingernail, but isn't expected to miss his next start.
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Price improves command, indicates he's pitching through ailment
David Price makes it sound like he’s dealing with some sort of physical ailment, but was vague.
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Red Sox threaten late, but can't come back in 6-3 loss to Angels
Los Angeles Angels hold off the Boston Red Sox 6-3 on Saturday night.
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John Farrell ejected Saturday night for arguing a balk call
Red Sox manager John Farrell went ballistic Saturday night in the bottom of the sixth inning at Fenway Park, arguing a balk call that led to a run for the Angels
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Drellich: Red Sox could have delivered better message on concussions
Concussions, minor as they can sometimes seem, are not the arena where a manager should deliver anything but a uniform message: tell someone what you’re feeling
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E-Rod slated to start in Double-A Thursday; could return early July
Helped by a custom knee brace, starter Eduardo Rodriguez could make an early July return to the Red Sox if all goes right from here.
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Ramirez, Leon homer, Red Sox beat Angels 9-4 on Papi's night
Hanley Ramirez and Sandy Leon hit two-run homers and the Boston Red Sox beat the Los Angeles Angels, 9-4
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Ortiz: 'A super honor' to have number retired by Red Sox
David Ortiz’s No. 34 now sits with the Red Sox retired numbers between Boggs’ No. 26 and Jackie Robinson’s No. 42.
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Former Houston Astros right-hander has been claimed off waivers by the Boston Red Sox.
Red Sox claim RHP Fister off waivers, sign INF Peralta
Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski has brought on a pair of former Detroit Tigers in an effort to help the Boston Red Sox’ depth.
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Does uncertainty for Smith mean Red Sox need bullpen help?
Carson Smith’s situation leaves a question of whether the Boston Red Sox will need to pursue help in the bullpen as well.
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Boston Red Sox teammates Dustin Pedroia (15) and David Ortiz.
Roasted: Ortiz apparently thought Pedroia's real first name was Pee Wee
At a raunchy roast for David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia reveals that Big Papi learned Pedroia's real name only two years ago.  
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Is David Ortiz the greatest No. 34 ever?
David Ortiz’ No. 34 is being retired by the Red Sox, but is he the greatest No. 34 ever? If he isn’t, he’s at the very least in the discussion.
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Is David Ortiz the greatest No. 34 ever?
David Ortiz’ No. 34 will be retired by the Red Sox tonight, but is he the greatest No. 34 ever? If he isn’t, he’s at the very least in the discussion.
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Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
Report: Third base among 'major upgrades' Red Sox seek by trade deadline
Pablo Sandoval's days with the Red Sox appear numbered. So, it's no surprise that landing a third baseman at the trade deadline is a priority, as MLB.com reports.
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Drellich: Red Sox' talent drowning out lack of identity
While the Red Sox have searched for an identity and gotten sidetracked by sideshows, they still remain among the best teams in baseball.  
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Perez's eighth-inning slam, after three walks, lifts Royals over Red Sox, 6-4
The Red Sox bullpen, trying to protect a 4-2 lead, walks the first three batters in the eighth and then allows a grand slam to Salvador Perez as the Sox fall to the Royals, 6-4.
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David Ortiz (34) and former Boston Red Sox teammate Pedro Martinez.
How lobster led the Red Sox to David Ortiz
As David Ortiz prepares to have his number retired Friday night, Pedro Martinez, in a Players' Tribune piece, recalls how his dinner with Big Papi changed the fortunes of the Red Sox.  
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Red Sox move into first place with 8-3 romp over Royals
Chris Sale shuts down the Royals, and a rag-tag bunch of Red Sox filling in for injured starters pound their way to an 8-3 victory
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Red Sox place Pablo Sandoval on DL with ear infection
The team places the veteran third baseman on the 10-day DL with a left inner ear infection. 
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Merrifield, Hammel help Royals to 4-2 victory over Red Sox
Whit Merrifield [1] drove in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, Eric Hosmer [2] hit a two-run homer and the Kansas City Royals beat the Boston Red Sox 4-2 on Monday night for their eighth win in nine ga
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Pedroia (back) out of lineup Monday
Pedroia suffered the injury during Sunday’s 6-5 win over the Astros.
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Bogaerts homers twice as Sox beat Astros, pull into tie for first
Xander Bogaerts hits two home runs, leading the Red Sox to a 6-5 win in Houston that pulls them into a first-place tie with the Yankees in the A.L. East.
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Baseball Show podcast: What would it take to sign Betts?
Mookie Betts reportedly turned down contract extension talks with the Red Sox. What kind of deal would it take to lock him up long term?
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Merloni: Trade for Thornburg looks like an 'absolute mess'
The Red Sox have announced that Tyler Thornburg will be out the remainder of the season and Lou Merloni says that trade is not looking good for Boston.
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Is it time to worry about Rick Porcello’s struggles?
Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich, and Jared Carrabis break down the struggles of Rick Porcello this season and what is going wrong with him.
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Clay Buchholz explains how he handled Boston
Now in Philadelphia and recovering from surgery, Clay Buchholz tells how to cope with the spotlight that comes with playing for the Red Sox.
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Altuve, Beltran homer in Astros' 7-1 win over Red Sox
Jose Altuve [1] hit a solo homer, Carlos Beltran [2] had a two-run shot and three RBIs, and the Houston Astros beat the Boston Red Sox 7-1 on Saturday night. [1] http://stats.csnne.com/mlb/players.asp?id=8
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Betts' eighth-inning homer leads Red Sox over Astros, 2-1
Mookie Betts hit a tiebreaking home run in the eighth inning, sending the Red Sox over the Astros 2-1 Friday night.
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Cy Young winners Porcello, Keuchel face similar challenges
In a way, Dallas Keuchel, the 2015 Cy Young winner, was Rick Porcello before Porcello.
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PODCAST: Astros manager AJ Hinch talks about upcoming "measuring stick" series with the Red Sox
Evan Drellich talks with Astros Manager A.J. Hinch about the upcoming weekend series with the Red Sox, how he handles his bullpen and lineup and compares sinker-ballers Dallas Keuchel and Rick Porcello.
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Former Boston Red Sox infielder John Valentin in 1999.
Former Red Sox infielder John Valentin, mother injured in car crash
Former Red Sox infielder John Valentin and his mom were injured when the SUV he was driving crashed into a building in New Jersey.
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Kansas City Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas.
Heyman: Could Red Sox trade for Royals' 3B Mike Moustakas?
Jon Heyman of Fanrag Sports talks to Toucher & Rich about their Pablo Sandoval problem at third base and brings up a few names the Red Sox might trade for, including Royals' Mike Moustakas.
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Drellich: Is there more to Farrell's decision to not pinch hit for Sandoval?
It’s sink or swim time for Pablo Sandoval. Dave Dombrowski seems to want the third baseman to have that chance. Well, John Farrell's letting him play.
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Kelly's pinch-hit leads Phillies past Sale, Red Sox, 1-0
Pinch-hitter Ty Kelly doubles home the only run in the eighth inning of a pitchers' duel between Nick Pivetta and Chris Sale, giving the Phillies a 1-0 victory over the Red Sox.
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Alarm goes off in Citizens Bank Park during Sale's start
Warning lights flashed in the stadium and a message displayed on the screen for fans to exit the stadium and use the elevator.
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Drellich: A lesson for Dombrowski to learn with Thornburg, Smith trades
The lesson for Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski is simple: stop paying high prices for set-up men. Stop pursuing them at peak value.
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Smith's progress hinges on medical exam in Boston
With Tyler Thornburg done for the season, all eyes for bullpen help turn to Carson Smith.
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Thornburg to undergo shoulder surgery, out for remainder of season
Tyler Thornburg, sidelined since spring training because of shoulder woes, will be operated on Friday in St. Louis and won't return until 2018.
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Mock up of Dustin Pedroia's Boston Red Sox nickname jerseys for Aug. 25-27, 2017.
Report: MLB players allowed to have nicknames on uniforms for one weekend
MLB will relax its uniform rules Aug. 25-27 and allow players to put nicknames on jerseys, wear fluorescent-colored shoes and other changes, Yahoo Sports reports.
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Report: Betts, Sox talked long-term deal but he opted to go year to year
The Red Sox approached Mookie Betts about a long-term contract in the offseason but the right fielder said he's comfortable going year to year, Jon Heyman of FanRagSports.com reports.  
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Hanley Ramirez on playing first base: 'Any time'
Hanley Ramirez says he 'was like a little kid' at first base in the Red Sox' win over the Phillies, and will play there whenver he's asked. 'Anything to help the team win.'
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Drellich: Getting the job done
Less than 48 hours away from a weekend series with the best team in baseball, the Red Sox are playing as well as they have this season.
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Betts homers twice to lift Red Sox over Phillies, 7-3
Mookie Betts homers twice and Xander Bogaerts has three RBIs to help the Boston Red Sox beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 7-3
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Johnson 'not worried' about shoulder, but heads back to Boston for tests
Brian Johnson is pulled in the third inning at Citizens Bank Park because of what the Red Sox called left shoulder discomfort.
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Farrell, Ramirez deserve credit for Hanley playing first base
The fact that Hanley Ramirez is in the lineup Wednesday, at first base, in a National League stadium, is reason enough to give both men credit.
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Red Sox outlast Phillies 4-3 in 12 innings
Andrew Benintendi singles to right in the 12th inning driving in the winning run as the Boston Red Sox outlast the Philadelphia Phillies, 4-3
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Price manages six innings without command in 2017 Fenway debut
David Price kept Tuesday night's game in control even without his command.
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Sandoval's future lies in Dombrowski's hands
John Farrell says Pablo Sandoval is not a burden, on a day Josh Rutledge started at third base in place of Sandoval for a fourth straight game.
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Red Sox say little about Thornburg's injury
The Red Sox's situation with reliever Tyler Thornburg's shoulder injury isn't getting any clearer.
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Red Sox offense matches preseason vision, at least for a night
Monday night is the closest thing this season to the ideal vision of the Sox offense. Not in terms of total output and runs scored, but contributors.
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Pedroia's 11th-inning single lifts Red Sox over Phillies, 6-5
Dustin Pedroia singles home the winning run in the 11th inning to lift the Boston Red Sox to a 6-5 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday night.
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Red Sox select RHP Houck with No. 24 pick in MLB Draft
The Red Sox’ top pick in the 2017 draft Monday night was a college right-hander who has touched 98 mph, junior Tanner Houck of Missouri, at No. 24 overall.
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Pablo Sandoval, Hanley Ramirez leave many questions
Hanley Ramirez is the greatest mystery on the Boston Red Sox, but he's not their biggest problem
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Jim Murray: MLB's message to fans is basically ‘we hate you’
The 4 hours and 6 minutes it took to play Sunday's game push the Felger & Mazz crew over the edge about MLB's excruciating pace of play.
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Jerry Remy announces his cancer has returned
Remy has been in and out of the broadcast booth as he has battled lung cancer over the years. 
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Rutledge's time away from third base better prepared him
A month of work has better positioned Josh Rutledge for one of the hardest positions at third base.
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Tigers avert sweep as Upton's grand slam sinks Red Sox, 8-3
Justin Upton breaks open a close game with a fifth-inning grand slam as the Tigers salvage the final game of their weekend series in Boston, 8-3.
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Merloni: Farrell showed no leadership during Price situation with the media
Evan Drellich discusses the situation that happened between himself and David Price and Lou Merloni says John Farrell was irresponsible by not addressing the Price vs. media situation.
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Report: Red Sox scouting Royals reliever Mike Minor
The Red Sox are one of several teams reportedly scouting Royals relief pitcher Mike Minor.
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Sale wins seventh straight decision; Red Sox beat Tigers, 11-3
Chris Sale outlasts Detroit's Justin Verlander to win his seventh straight decision, and the Red Sox pull away late to beat the Tigers, 11-3
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Sandoval sits as Sale faces Verlander at Fenway
Pablo Sandoval is out of the Red Sox starting lineup as they look to make it two in a row over the Detroit Tigers tonight a matchup of aces - Justin Verlander vs. Chris Sale.  
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Hembree, Barnes among Red Sox relievers proving reliability
Matt Barnes and Heath Hembree both had excellent stretches in 2016, have they now reached the next level in 2017?
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Jackie Bradley Jr. rallies Red Sox to 5-3 win over Tigers
Jackie Bradley Jr. hits a two-run homer in the eighth as the Red Sox rally for three runs in the inning and beat the Detroit Tigers 5-3 on Friday night.
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Farrell says there's 'absolutely no accountability' with tweets
Evan Drellich joins Boston Sports Tonight to react to John Farrell saying 'When tweets are sent out by whomever, there's absolutely no accountability"
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Felger: Why Price will opt out of contract after 2018
Mike Felger thinks it is an easy decision for David Price to opt out of his contract with the Boston Red Sox after 2018.
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Boston Red Sox first baseman Sam Travis (left) and second baseman Dustin Pedroia.
Red Sox send Travis back to Pawtucket; Pedroia returns to lineup
With Dustin Pedroia coming off the disabled list and returning to the Red Sox lineup tonight, first baseman Sam Travis has been optioned back to Triple-A Pawtucket.  
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Drellich: Price would do more by winning, not yelling
People like Gary Sanchez, who homered Thursday night, are the ones David Price should be battling. Not the people with pens and microphones.
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Farrell: Price's incidents with media no factor in loss
John Farrell says he does not think David Price's incidences with the media the night before had any impact on his performance against the Yankees.
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David Price on media incident: 'I stand behind it'
David Price says incidents with media was no factor in the loss to the New York Yankees, and had no comment on what happened.
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Ortiz: 'David Price is one of the best teammates I ever had'
David Ortiz speaks out about David Price's incident with the media by saying 'the media sucks here' and explains that Price was one of the best teammates he has ever had.
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Price, Red Sox hammered by Yankees, 9-1
Gary Sanchez homers twice to drive in five runs and the New York Yankees pound David Price and the Red Sox, 9-1
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Pedro gives Price advice about dealing with Boston media
Pedro Martinez, who knows a thing or two about pitching under Boston's bright lights, took to Twitter to give Price some advice about dealing with the media in Boston.
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Mike Felger on David Price: 'He hates it here, he hates us'
Mike Felger thinks that David Price just flat out hates playing in Boston, and Kyle Draper tells his story about when David Price gave him attitude.
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Shaughnessy: David Price 'taking it out on the wrong people'
Dan Shaughnessy joins Arbella Early edition and explains that the media has treated him 'gently' and he is taking it out on the wrong people.
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Farrell says he will follow up with Price after incident with reporters
Red Sox manager John Farrell expects to talk to David Price about his postgame anger directed at reporters on Wednesday night
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Evan Drellich opens up about run-in with David Price
Evan Drellich explains what happened in the Boston Red Sox clubhouse between him and David Price after Wednesday night's game.
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Tanguay: Price isn't happy unless he's unhappy
David Price wants to spar with the Boston media. He wants to feel the pain of their punches. There's no other explanation for his outburst Wednesday night.
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Drellich: Will anger galvanize Price?
What ultimately matters to the Sox is how David Price pitches, not how he feels about the media. Will he use Wednesday's emotion as motivation?
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BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Price not happy with the media
David Price tells Dan Shaughnessy that he will not be talking with the media anymore except for after games he pitches. Evan Drellich discusses the situation.
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Drellich: Price 'directly unhappy with me'
Evan Drellich discusses the incident with David Price in which the Sox left-hander, hours after saying he would only speak to the media on days he pitches, pulled Drellich aside and screamed at him.
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Jared Carrabis: David Price ‘not doing himself any favors’
Jared Carrabis says that David Price is not doing himself any favors by telling media he will no longer do personal interviews
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Porcello gives up two home runs, Yankees beat Red Sox, 8-0
Chris Carter drives in four runs with a three-run homer and an RBI single that led the New York Yankees over the Boston Red Sox 8-0 Wednesday night.
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Mookie Betts robs home run with an assist from a fan
Replays show a fan made contact with the ball and unintentionally knocked the ball right into Mookie Betts’ glove.
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Price fed up with media, says 'there are no more personal interviews'
David Price has had it with the media. At least, for the most part. 
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Farrell, Tanaka support interpreters after Remy's comments
Red Sox manager John Farrell and Yankees righty Masahiro Tanaka on Wednesday stood by the need for translators to make mound visits
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Red Sox need effective Smith, Johnson as reinforcements
There is some back-up on the way for a Boston Red Sox team closing in on baseball’s Evil Empire.
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Remy and NESN apologize for comments about foreign players
Remy made the comments after a translator joined Yankees pitching coach Larry Rothschild to talk to Masahiro Tanaka during the fourth inning of of the Red Sox’ 5-4 win.
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Reds' Gennett ties MLB record with four home runs in one game
Reds infielder Scooter Gennett, who entered the game with 38 career home runs, becomes the 17th player in history to hit four in a game during Cincinnati's 13-1 rout of the Cardinals.
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Remy says Tanaka shouldn't get a translator on the mound
Boston Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy says pitchers such as Yankees right-hander Masahiro Tanaka shouldn’t be allowed translators on the mound
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Overpowering Kimbrel prefers to be used for one inning
Craig Kimbrel understands why the Red Sox have started to use him more liberally. But if the closer had his way, he’d stick to three outs. 
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Moreland, Ramirez, Benintendi homer as Red Sox top Yankees, 5-4
Mitch Moreland, Hanley Ramirez and Andrew Benintendi hit home runs, powering the Boston Red Sox over the New York Yankee,  5-4
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Merloni: I'm not giving up hope that Ortiz could come back
Until this season's over and David Ortiz has been retired a full year, Lou Merloni thinks there's 'a 26 percent chance' Big Papi returns to the Red Sox.
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Kelly's 104 mph fastball to Judge downgraded to 102.2 mph
If the 104 mph reading was accurate, it would've been the fastest pitch in the majors this season.
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Dr. Andrews' advice to E-Rod: 'Rest your knee . . . take your time'
Eduardo Rodriguez sounds optimistic about his recovery from another right knee subluxation.
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How are the Red Sox going to conserve Chris Sale?
The White Sox gave Chris Sale an extra day between starts whenever they could, and the Red Sox are following that strategy: On Saturday, he'll pitch on five days' rest for the fourth time in six appearances.
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Pedro tries nudging Ortiz out of retirement; Papi has no regrets
Pedro Martinez nudged David Ortiz toward a comeback, just hours after Ortiz reiterated how happy he is away from the game.
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Orsillo to call Red Sox/Astros game on June 17
Don Orsillo announced he will be in the broadcast booth for FOX on June 17 when the Red Sox take on the Astros.
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Drellich: Red Sox need to see what Devers can do
The Sox may need a replacement for Pablo Sandoval at third. They should find out whether Rafael Devers is ready before looking to make a trade.
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Eduardo Rodriguez told to rest injured right knee for 3-4 weeks
Eduardo Rodriguez will attempt to rehab his injured knee without surgery, which may enable him to return at some point in the second half.
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Source: Brian Johnson 'fine', should make start for Red Sox this week
Left-hander Brian Johnson suffered a hamstring cramp last week, but a source says he should be recovered in time to make a scheduled start in place of Eduardo Rodriguez later this week.
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Clemens replacing Castiglione in radio booth during Sox series in Houston
Roger Clemens will fill in for Joe Castiglione in the Red Sox radio broadcast booth when the team heads to Houston on June 16.
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PODCAST: Interviews with Joe Kelly and Brian Bannister
Red Sox Insider for CSNNE.com Evan Drellich takes a look at pitching in this episode of "The Baseball Show" podcast, as he interviews reliever Joe Kelly, and assistant pitching coach (and former MLB pitcher)
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Sox send infield prospect to Brewers to complete Shaw/Thornburg trade
The Red Sox send 18-year-old shortstop prospect Yeison Coca to the Brewers to complete the Shaw/Thornburg trade.
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Baseball Show Podcast: Sox' gamble with Price is paying off
In this episode of The Baseball Show Podcast, Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich, and Jared Carrabis revisit the Boston Red Sox' decision to pull David Price up from the minors earlier than many expected.
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Are you still confident Chris Sale is an ace?
Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich, and Jared Carrabis discuss if there is concern with Chris Sale, who has a 4.70 ERA in his last 6 starts.
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Benintendi blasts two homers to help Red Sox beat Orioles, 7-3
Andrew Benintendi hit two home runs to help the Red Sox beat the Orioles 7-3 Sunday for a split of the four-game series.
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Red Sox Hall Of Famer Jimmy Piersall dies at 87
* Red Sox Hall Of Fame outfielder Jimmy Piersall passes away at 87 years old.
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Price earns first win of season as Red Sox beat Orioles, 5-2
David Price took a three-hitter into the eighth inning to earn his first win of the season as the Boston Red Sox beat the Baltimore Orioles, 5-2
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Price back on mound, Sandoval back at third for Sox in Baltimore
David Price makes his second start since coming off the disabled list and Pablo Sandoval makes his second one at third base since returning to the Red Sox in Game 3 of the four-game weekend series Saturday n
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Carson Smith could go on rehab assignment this week, has felt expected shoulder stress
The Red Sox had targeted June for reliever Carson Smith's return from Tommy John surgery. He's getting close.   
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Drellich: Polarizing Sox hitters hard to believe in, but effective
The Red Sox offense is not easy to buy into visually. It’s not built around power. And there's plenty of uncertainty.
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Smith, Machado HRs get Orioles started in 3-2 win over Red Sox
Seth Smith and Manny Machado hit first-inning home runs off Rick Porcello helped the Baltimore Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox 3-2 Friday night.
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Drellich: Rodriguez's trip to the DL looks bad for Sox
A trip to the disabled list for Eduardo Rodriguez, who was allowed to pitch after falling over in the bullpen while warming up Thursday, is a bad look. 
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Eduardo Rodriguez headed to DL with knee injury
Rodriguez suffered the injury after slipping prior to Thursday's game. 
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Why Rick Porcello has been off, and the plight of sinker-ballers
Rick Porcello's sinker 'is not quite where it needs to be,' says Red Sox pitching coach Carl Willis. Where it's been lately is hit. A lot.
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PODCAST: How open is the Celtics window to compete for a championship?
In this episode, we talk about the NBA Finals and how the Celtics fit into the larger NBA picture. If the Celtics window /is/ open, how much?
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Drellich: After Rodriguez slips, time for 'aces' to shine
Before he slipped off the mound and served up gopher balls, Eduardo Rodriguez had done more than his fair share.
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Miley's pitching, 4 HRs carry Orioles past Red Sox 7-5
Mark Trumbo [1] hit the first of Baltimore's four home runs off Eduardo Rodriguez [2] and the Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox 7-5 on Thursday night. [1] http://stats.csnne.com/mlb/players.asp?id=8824&fn
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Does John Farrell deserve credit for Red Sox recent success?
Evan Drellich joins Arbella Early Edition with Tanguay and Trenni to discuss if John Farrell deserves some credit for the recent Red Sox success.
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PODCAST: Would Danny Ainge trade the 1st pick for multiple picks in the draft?
Is Danny Ainge bluffing with his comments that they are undecided on what they will do with the 1st pick in the NBA Draft?
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Mr. Met gives fan the finger, employee out as team mascot
New York's funny-looking mascot flashed his "middle" finger at a fan, and the team says the employee who did it won't work in the costume again.
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Merloni: Drew Pomeranz has finally become a three-pitch pitcher
Lou Merloni joins Boston Sports Tonight to discuss Drew Pomeranz having an impressive game against the White Sox, and why he thinks him getting his cutter back is the key.
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Merloni: Red Sox 'have to be frustrated' with Hanley Ramirez
Lou Merloni thinks that there is no way that the Red Sox are not frustrated with Hanley Ramirez heading into June.
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Pomeranz, Sandoval shine as Red Sox top White Sox, 4-1
Drew Pomeranz and Pablo Sandoval came through for the Red Sox as they defeat the White Sox, 4-1, on Wednesday night.
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Drellich: Red Sox infield is a roster mess they need to figure out
The Red Sox have managed to make it work for now, but some hard decisions loom . . . so the trade deadline could be interesting.
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Drellich: Sox have acknowledged Sandoval is a platoon player
Evan Drellich says the Red Sox have finally acknowledged Pablo Sandoval is a platoon player and this is an evaluation period for the third base position.
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Gasper: It's too early to anoint Chris Sale the Red Sox savior
Chris Gasper admits Chris Sale has been doing great for the Red Sox, but he is waiting to see how he pitches in the playoffs.
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Strickland suspended six games, Harper four after wild brawl
There is widespread agreement on one topic the day after a bench-clearing brawl that led to a six-game suspension for Giants reliever Hunter Strickland [1] and a four-game ban for Washington slugger Bryce Ha
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Sale struggles, but Red Sox hit six homers and crush Chisox, 13-7
Chris Sale makes a shaky return to his former home, but Deven Marrero hits two of Boston's season-high six home runs and the Red Sox beat the Chicago White Sox, 13-7
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Sale says bad homecoming was 'seven o'clock batting practice'
An expected scratch-and-claw pitchers’ duel between Chris Sale and his old White Sox rotation-mate Jose Quintana falls short of the billing.
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Drellich: Does 10 days bring back Dustin Pedroia's power?
The question is less about how soon Dustin Pedroia returns and more about what version of Pedroia returns.
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Is it time for Red Sox to consider moving on from Pedroia?
After his latest injury, Marc Bertrand and Evan Drellich discuss if it is time to think about moving on from Dustin Pedroia.
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Dombrowski says Red Sox trade season hasn't arrived
You can be sure Dave Dombrowski will need to make at least one move, if not multiple, in the next two months.
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Wrist injury lands Pedroia on disabled list
Dustin Pedroia is going on the disabled list despite an initial MRI showing no structural damage in his left wrist.
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Posey stays out of the fray during Strickland-Harper brawl
Giants reliever Hunter Strickland hits the Nationals' Bryce Harper, sparking a wild fight, but San Francisco catcher Buster Posey doesn't get involved.
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Drellich: Sox remember what it's like to have things go wrong
The Red Sox were due for some elements to catch up to them after a season that was more or less golden in 2016
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Price says he's 'back' after turning in encouraging effort in first start
David Price pitches five promising innings in his 2017 debut, allowing a three-run homer to Melky Cabrera but otherwise stifling the White Sox.
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UPDATE: Pedroia coming back to Boston for MRI after hurting wrist
Dustin Pedroia suffers a left wrist injury when he falls over White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu as they converge at the bag at the same time.
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White Sox rally for 5-4 win, denying Price first victory of 2017
David Price hands his bullpen a 4-3 lead, but the White Sox score twice in the seventh and pull out a 5-4 victory over the Red Sox.
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Prepare to dominate: Lots of work goes into Sale's pitch
He doesn't look at film or read reports. But the amount, and type, of preparation Chris Sale puts in between starts leads to his greatness.
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Maxwell: Adam Jones incident at Fenway could affect Celtics in free agency
Cedric Maxwell believes that the ugly incident at Fenway where Adam Jones was the target of racial slurs could now affect the Boston Celtics in free agency.
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Robbie Ross Jr. delievers a pitch for the Boston Red Sox.
Robbie Ross Jr. is getting elbow checked out
Robbie Ross Jr. is on the disabled list at Triple-A Pawtucket with inflammation in his throwing elbow
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Bergman, Mariners snap Red Sox' winning streak, 5-0
Christian Bergman [1] rebounded from a miserable start with seven shutout innings and the Seattle Mariners halted Boston's season-high six-game winning streak with a 5-0 victory over the Red Sox on Sunday.
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Johnson admits he almost retired one year ago due to anxiety
Brian Johnson almost called it a career at age 25 -- just one year before he went on to throw a complete game shutout at Fenway Park.
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Johnson: 'Awesome feeling' after five-hitter vs. Mariners
Brian Johnson became the first Red Sox pitcher to throw a shutout in his first Fenway start since Pedro Martinez on April 11, 1998
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Johnson beats Mariners 6-0 for Red Sox' 6th straight win
The Boston Red Sox stretched their winning streak to a season-high six games with a 6-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners
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How dominant has Craig Kimbrel been? The numbers are eye popping
To say Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel is on a roll is putting it mildly. He's allowed one hit this month.
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Pedroia returns to lineup as Sox look to extend winning streak to six
After leaving Thursday night's game in the fifth inning and missing Friday night's game, Dustin Pedroia is back in the Red Sox lineup Saturday as they look to extend their winning streak to six in a 4:05 gam
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Rodriguez continues strong stretch as Red Sox blank Seattle, 3-0
Eduardo Rodriguez [1] pitched six scoreless innings and the Boston Red Sox took advantage of a sloppy performance by the Seattle Mariners to earn their season-high fifth straight win, 3-0 on Friday night.
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Reports: Holt (concussion) shut down indefinitely; Red Sox’ concern goes beyond baseball
Red Sox utility man Brock Holt will be shut down from baseball activity indefinitely, according to multiple reports.   
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Dustin Pedroia of the Boston Red Sox
Pedroia (knee) out of lineup again after leaving game early Thursday
Dustin Pedroia is out of the lineup again tonight after leaving the Boston Red Sox game Thursday night with knee pain in the fifth inning.
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Price on his return to Red Sox: ’There’s not a better feeling’
It's his health, not his shaky minor league rehab performances, that David Price is most concerned with heading into his season debut Monday: “To do what I did in both of my rehab outings, I don’t think you
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Weird umpire replay mistake helps Sox to record-tying 20 Ks
MLB’s replay team — based in Manhattan — gives Craig Kimbrel an extra batter to strike out in the ninth inning
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Red Sox tie strikeout record in completing sweep of Rangers, 6-2
Drew Pomeranz pitches six strong innings and ties his career high with 11 strikeouts to lift the Boston Red Sox to a 6-2 victory over the Texas Rangers.
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Dustin Pedroia leaves Thursday's game with left knee pain
A sloppy, cold night at Fenway Park leads to an early exit for Dustin Pedroia, who is pulled because of left knee pain.
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Who regrets the signing more: David Price or Red Sox?
Our Boston Sports Tonight crew debates whether David Price or the Red Sox regret the signing more.
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Rangers could show Sox how to use medical staff to recruit players
The Texas Rangers seem to be having success taking pitchers with prior injury concerns and revitalizing them.
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What makes a good manager? Rangers GM Jon Daniels explains
How does another top baseball exec look at a manger's role? Jon Daniels explained on the CSNNE Baseball Show podcast.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander David Price delivers in a start in San Francisco in 2016.
Farrell: Price to make first Red Sox start of year Monday in Chicago
Manager John Farrell says the Red Sox were more concerned with how Price felt physically after his rehab start Wednesday, not the results.
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Chili Davis, Boston Red Sox hitting coach, talks to Andrew Benintendi.
Chili Davis: Red Sox hitters' lack of strikeouts not by design
The Red Sox aren't hitting for as much power as they'd like but they are striking out less than any team in the majors. Hitting coach Chili Davis tries to explain.
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Farrell launches 'Farrell's Fighters' ticket program for cancer patients
Red Sox manager John Farrell announced a new ticket program, “Farrell’s Fighters,” that invites patients being treated for cancer and their family to a game each month. 
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Red Sox' seven-run rally in seventh keys 9-4 win over Rangers
The Red Sox erase a 3-1 deficit with seven runs in the seventh inning and go on to their third straight victory, 9-4 over Texas.
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Price dodges media after second rough rehab start
Boston Red Sox lefty David Price evaded a media session after a second rough rehab start with the Pawtucket PawSox.
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Should Sox worry about Price after bad rehab start?
After another bad rehab start in Pawtucket by David Price, should the Red Sox begin to worry about their $30 million per year starting pitcher.
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David Ortiz re-enacts Boston movie scenes as part of charity video
The retired slugger does scenes from "The Town," "Good Will Hunting," "Fever Pitch" and "The Departed." 
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Drellich: Where's the players' accountability?
Some Red Sox players allegedly are upset that John Farrell doesn't better protect them in the media. Those players need to look in a mirror.
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Bogaerts has three hits, three RBI as Sox beat Rangers, 11-6
Xander Bogaerts has three hits and three RBI and the Boston Red Sox beat the Texas Rangers, 11-6
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Will Dave Dombrowski and the Red Sox make a big trade?
Dombrowski defends Farrell after group strategy meeting
Dave Dombrowski defends manager John Farrell, whose 2018 option was picked up over the winter.
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Napoli: Red Sox and his agent only had 'small talk' about reunion
When Mike Napoli became a free agent last offseason, he was hopeful the Red Sox would come calling. But there was little interest, and he wound up in Texas.
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Red Sox recall Sam Travis, send Velázquez back to Pawtucket
On the list of Red Sox problems, finding a platoon partner for Mitch Moreland at first base isn't high on the list.
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Rosenthal: Issues arising with Farrell, 'some' players
Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal says issues exist with 'some' Red Sox players and John Farrell over Farrell's leadership and game management.
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Felger: John Farrell is not to blame for the Red Sox
Mike Felger thinks that John Farrell is not to blame for the Boston Red Sox, but thinks that a managerial change wouldn't be a terrible idea.
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Why the Red Sox are where they are
Middle of the road isn't good enough for a team with sky-high expectations, but that's where the Red Sox are right now. Here's five reasons how they got there.
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Why the Red Sox are where they are
Middle of the road isn't good enough for a team with sky-high expectations, but that's where the Red Sox are right now. Here's five reasons how they got there.
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Moreland homers again, Red Sox tag A's to avoid four-game sweep
Mitch Moreland homers in his third consecutive game and the Boston Red Sox beat the Oakland Athletics 12-3 on Sunday to avoid a four-game sweep.
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Sandoval goes 1-for-3, plays first game at third base for Pawtucket
Pablo Sandoval plays five innings at third base and goes 1-for-3 (a single) in his second rehab start for Pawtucket on Saturday.
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Price to make one more Pawtucket rehab start Wednesday
David Price is scheduled to make one more minor league rehab start with Pawtucket on Wednesday before he rejoins the Red Sox to make his long-awaited season debut.  
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Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell takes Ben Taylor out of the game in the fifth inning in Oakland.
A's hit four homers to hand Red Sox third loss in row, 8-3
A one-run Red Sox lead turns into a four-run deficit in the fifth inning as the A's rally for an 8-3 victory to take the first three games of the four-game series.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Drew Pomeranz and manager John Farrell exchange words in dugout in Oakland.
Farrell, Pomeranz have heated exchange in dugout in Red Sox' 8-3 loss
TV cameras capture an animated exchange between Drew Pomeranz and John Farrell in the fifth inning before the left-hander headed for the clubhouse in the Red Sox' 8-3 loss.  
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Plouffe may yet plug Red Sox' hole at third base
The Red Sox were a finalist last offseason for Trevor Plouffe, who signed as a free agent with Oakland. But he may still wind up with the Sox.
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Sale: 'This isn't a panic situation for anybody in here'
Chris Sale showed an attitude Friday night publicly, a spokesman for a Boston Red Sox team that doesn’t always seem to have an identifiable one.
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Bradley Jr. saves game with incredible catch before A's win it in 10th
Jackie Bradley Jr.’s incredible leap will go down as the 2017 Red Sox catch of the year. It’s hard to imagine anything better.
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Price has 'plenty of work ahead of him' after rocky rehab start
The box score alone tells you that David Price isn’t ready to come back without at least one more minor league game.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander David Price delivers in a start in San Francisco in 2016.
Drellich: Red Sox season hinges on new father Price
Motivated by fatherhood, and with his first minor league rehab start tonight, a healthy David Price is just what the Red Sox need to snap out of their mediocrity. 
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Tom Brady Aston-Martin Facebook post.
Get your Tom Brady-endorsed Aston Martin starting at $200K
Toucher and Rich talk about Tom Brady's endorsement deal with luxury car company Aston Martin. 
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Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones
Adam Jones recalls racist taunts at Fenway in Players’ Tribune video
Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones, in an essay and video posted Friday on the Players’ Tribune website, recalled the racist incident with fans at Fenway Park earlier this month, calling it “point-b
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PODCAST: Kevin O'Connor talks Markelle Fultz; Should the C's repeat 1980 Draft and trade down?
On this episode of The Best of Boston Sports Tonight podcast, The Ringer's Kevin O'Connor talks Markelle Fultz and the NBA Draft; plus Lou Merloni on Red Sox trade options at third base
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A's spoil Velazquez's debut with 3 HRs in 8-3 win over Sox
Jed Lowrie and Khris Davis hit first-inning homers to spoil Hector Velazquez's major league debut and the Oakland Athletics beat the Boston Red Sox 8-3 on Thursday night.
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Pomeranz doesn't care who rips him
One of the qualities that talent evaluators could knock Drew Pomeranz for may play right into his hands in Boston.
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Price, Sandoval expected to make rehab starts for Pawtucket Friday night
David Price and Pablo Sandoval are both scheduled to play for the PawSox on Friday night in Buffalo. It'll be the first rehab starts for both in their current stints on the disabled list.
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Why Kelly's 100 mph fastball disappeared vs. Cardinals
Joe Kelly has been one of the hardest throwing pitchers anywhere this season, but the hardest pitch he threw on Thursday was 94 mph.
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Young breaks tie in 13th, Red Sox rally past Cardinals, 5-4
Chris Young drives in the tiebreaking run with a pinch-hit single in the 13th inning, and the Boston Red Sox rally past the St. Louis Cardinals 5-4
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David Ortiz spotted courtside at Celtics-Cavs Game 1
David Ortiz and his son D’Angelo were courtside Wednesday night for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals at TD Garden.
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Thornburg injury mystery makes Smith more important
With so much uncertainty around Tyler Thornburg, Carson Smith's progress becomes even more important. 
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Robbie Ross Jr. delievers a pitch for the Boston Red Sox.
Robbie Ross Jr. was shocked to be sent to Pawtucket
Back with the Red Sox after being surprised to be sent down last month, lefty Robbie Ross Jr. looks to reestablish himself in the Red Sox bullpen.
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Betts has an opinion on who Celtics should draft
Mookie Betts thinks the Boston Celtics should draft Malik Monk, but admits he has some studying to do.
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