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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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Betts, Bradley go deep to lift Red Sox over Cardinals, 6-3
Boston Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-3 on Tuesday night to take the opener of a two-game interleague series.
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Why Mexican League pick-up Velazquez's debut matters
The Red Sox are dipping further into their thin starting pitching depth this week, scheduling righty Hector Velazquez to start Thursday in Oakland. 
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Pomeranz's MRI on triceps shows no change from previous tests
Drew Pomeranz underwent an MRI on Monday that showed no changes compared to previous tests.
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Betts named A.L. Player of the Week
Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts has been named the American League Player of the Week after hitting .375 (9-for-24) with eight runs scored, four doubles, three homers and 11 RBI for the week.   
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Red Sox 'came out firing' after international signings punishment
After being punished by MLB, Red Sox assistant GM Eddie Romero said the organization has learned from it as its international scouting efforts again intensify.
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Pomeranz exits early, Red Sox crushed by Rays, 11-2
Drew Pomeranz leaves with left triceps tightness and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Boston Red Sox 11-2 on Sunday.
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Kelly's fastball stands out on day Sale, Kimbrel dominate
How hard Joe Kelly is throwing in his first full year as a reliever should be noticed.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale delivers against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Sale's 12 K's, Betts' HR lead Red Sox past Rays, 6-3
Chris Sale struck out 12 while pitching seven solid innings and Mookie Betts hit a two-run homer, leading the Red Sox to a 6-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday.
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Boston Red Sox reliever Tyler Thornburg.
Tyler Thornburg's shoulder injury a mystery to Red Sox
The Red Sox could use some help in the bullpen, but don't count on it soon from Tyler Thornburg. They still haven't been able to figure out what's wrong with his ailing shoulder.
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Saturday's Red Sox-Rays lineups: Hanley out again, Sale on mound
Hanley Ramirez remains out of the Red Sox lineup as they play the second game of their three-game weekend series against the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday at Fenway Park.  
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Red Sox still have options to fix mess at third base
The Red Sox have no safety net at third base offensively. But defensively, there still are choices.
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Longoria hits long homer; Rays hold off Red Sox 5-4
Evan Longoria hits a homer over the Green Monster completely out of Fenway Park and the Tampa Bay Rays hold off the Boston Red Sox, 5-4
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Red Sox trade deadline strategy should center around health
The Red Sox trade deadline is shaping up as a matter of attrition. Who has actually returned healthy, and more than that, looks effective?
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Red Sox move up Saturday start time to 1:05 p.m.
The change was made due to anticipated inclement weather. 
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Six examples of how Farrell's usage of Kimbrel has flip-flopped
John Farrell has never seemed to quite know how to use Craig Kimbrel. But, judging by Kimbrel's last two appearances, that may have changed.
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Six examples of how Farrell's usage of Kimbrel has flip-flopped
Red Sox manager John Farrell has been inconsistent with his usage of closer Craig Kimbrel. Here's a few examples. . .
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Valentine fires back: Ortiz 'didn't even understand what was going on'
Bobby Valentine’s volley back at David Ortiz on Thursday? Big Papi doesn’t know what he’s talking about.
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Betts' 3-run homer in 9th sends Red Sox past Brewers, 4-1
Mookie Betts' three-run home run in the ninth inning Thursday lifts the Boston Red Sox to a 4-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers.
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MIlwaukee Brewers' Eric Thames.
Red Sox interest in Eric Thames wasn't a factor for Brewers
The Red Sox interest in surprising slugger Eric Thames was not a factor in Milwaukee's pursuit of him this offseason, Brewers GM David Stearns tells The Baseball Show Podcast.  
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Bobby Valentine managed the Boston Red Sox to a disastrous last-place finish in 2012.
Ortiz details Bobby V disaster in book excerpt
David Ortiz says he would have punched Bobby Valentine if he talked to him the way he did to Mike Aviles.   
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Thursday’s Red Sox-Brewers lineups: Can Rodriguez get Sox out of Milwaukee with win?
The Red Sox try to get out of Milwaukee with one victory after losing the first two games of the series. 
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Broxton, Thames lead Brewers to 7-4 win over Red Sox
Keon Broxton and Eric Thames lead the Milwaukee Brewers to a 7-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox
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Carrabis: Red Sox could have got Thornburg and kept Shaw
Jared Carrabis joins Boston Sports Tonight to explain why he thinks the Boston Red Sox could have ultimately kept Travis Shaw and also got Tyler Thornburg.
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Brewers GM: Thornburg healthy when we traded him to Red Sox
On the CSNNE Baseball Show podcast, Brewers GM David Stearns says Tyler Thornburg, sidelined since spring training with a shoulder impingement, had no physical issues when Milwaukee traded him to the Red Sox
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Drellich: They aren't what their record says they are
The Red Sox started slowly last year, too, but it wound up being a banner season. A similar uptick will probably happen again.
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Merloni: Drew Pomeranz velocity dropping is a 'huge issue'
Lou Merloni talks about Drew Pomeranz rough start against the Brewers and says that Pomeranz velocity consistently dropping is a huge concern.
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Red Sox fall behind early, can't catch up in 11-7 loss to Brewers
The Red Sox waste a 4-for-4 performance from Mookie Betts, as the Brewers score five runs off Drew Pomeranz in the first and go one to an 11-7 victory.
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Merloni: Sox ‘screwed up Shaw trade’ in offseason
Lou Merloni blames Dave Dombrowski for the Red Sox struggles at third base due to lack of depth at infield after trading away Travis Shaw for Thornburg who probably won't pitch until June.
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Red Sox starter Drew Pomeranz delivers a pitch
Strikeout-heavy Drew Pomeranz waiting to mix in cutter
The pitcher added the cutter to his repertoire last season, but has thrown the pitch just 10 times so far this season.
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McCutchen: No issue with Red Sox fans
After CC Sabathia said all black players "expect" racism in Boston, Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen said Sox fans are "pretty normal."
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Best of BST Podcast: Kelly Olynyk - dirty player? Andrew Benintendi's ceiling; Malcolm Butler still here
In Tuesday morning's episode of "The best of Boston Sports Tonight Podcast", we bring you highlights from last night's show including Cedric Maxwell on Draymond Green's claim that Kelly Olynyk is a dirty pla
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Wright has season-ending knee surgery, expected to be ready in 2018
Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright underwent what the team called successful knee surgery on Monday in New York.  
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New York Mets right-hander Matt Harvey.
Should the Red Sox try to buy low on Matt Harvey?
With Matt Harvey seemingly in a rocky relationship with the Mets, Tanguay, Trenni, and Giardi debate if the Red Sox should try to "buy low" on the starting pitcher.
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Stats from New York Yankees-Chicago Cubs 18-inning game.
Felger: 'Arrogant of MLB to make fans sit there for 6 hours'
Listen up baseball, Michael Felger has the solution to keep what is an already 3-hour game from going over 6 hours. Also, does John Farrell deserve credit for the Red Sox success lately?
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Looking at Travis Shaw's numbers vs. current Red Sox third basemen
One of three players dealt for Tyler Thornburg, Travis Shaw has left something of a hole at third base for the Red Sox. 
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Red Sox give graduating student free tickets
The Red Sox responded to a tweet from a fan with a Sox-themed graduation cap. 
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Drellich: Benintendi will have a better offensive season than Betts
Lou Merloni, Jared Carrabis, and Evan Drellich debate if Andrew Benintendi or Mookie Betts will be the better player this season.
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Is it fair to compare Chris Sale to Pedro Martinez?
Chris Sale struck out another 10 batters so Mike Felger, Chris Gasper, and Steve Buckley wonder if it is fair to compare him to Pedro Martinez.
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Leon hits 2 HRs, Sale fans 10, Red Sox rout Twins 17-6
Sandy Leon hits a pair of two-run homers, Chris Sale strikes out 10 and the Red Sox leave Minnesota with a 17-6 victory over the Twins
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SNL cracks jokes about Jones incident at Fenway
Saturday Night Live cracked some brutal jokes about Fenway Park's fans yelling racial slurs at Orioles outfielder Adam Jones.
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Red Sox' lineup vs. Twins for Sunday
Boston Red Sox starter Chris Sale will match up against Minnesota Twins starter Ervin Santana for Sunday's game at Target Field in Minneapolis.
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Porcello snaps skid, Red Sox rout Twins, 11-1
Rick Porcello pitches seven sharp innings and got some rare run support to win his first start since Opening Day
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Price could be on track for first Red Sox start by Memorial Day
We may finally have a timetable for David Price's return. John Farrell spells it out for reporters on Saturday.  
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Saturday's Red Sox-Twins lineups: Betts leads off, Benintendi hits fourth
John Farrell shakes up his lineup as the Red Sox look to avoid a three-game losing streak.  
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Drellich: Red Sox can't move on third base yet
The Red Sox do need to find a solution at third, but also need to wait and see if starting pitching might be their biggest problem.  
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Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones
Manfred: MLB considers guidelines for racist taunts
Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said MLB is surveying all 30 teams to see how they handle racists taunts “as a prelude to giving consideration to some more industry-wide guidelines.”
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Mauer's home run in 9th lifts Twins to 4-3 win over Red Sox
Joe Mauer hits a solo home run in the bottom of the ninth to lift the Minnesota Twins to a 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox
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Shaughnessy: Schilling calling Adam Jones a liar is 'a new low'
Dan Shaughnessy responds to Curt Schilling calling Adam Jones a liar and says it is even a new low for him.
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Sale will not be suspended for throwing behind Machado
Chris Sale is not going to be suspended as a part of the Red Sox-Orioles ridiculousness
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Boras' track record suggests Bogaerts and Bradley likely to become free agents
Super agent Scott Boras hints strongly that two of his clients, Xander Bogaerts and Jackie Bradley Jr., won't be signing extensions with the Red Sox prior to free agency.
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Boras: Sox farmhand Deven Marrero 'needs to play in major leagues'
Superagent Scott Boras won't come out and say he wants the Red Sox to trade client Deven Marrero, whose path to Boston is blocked by Xander Bogaerts. But he doesn't sound like he'd mind it.
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Is David Price weeks away or months away?
Jared Carrabis joins the Boston Sports Tonight crew to discuss a possible return of David Price.
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Machado homers, O's end strained series with 8-3 win over Sox
Manny Machado hit a long three-run shot for his third homer of the series. The Orioles capped the series with a 8-3 win over the Red Sox on Thursday night.
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Dombrowski: 'David Price throwing outstanding'
David Price seems to be getting back on pace to playing again according to Dave Dombrowski.
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Steven Wright of the Boston Red Sox throws a pitch
Wright to have season-ending knee surgery
Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright will be lost for the season after opting to have knee surgery. 
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Thursday's Red Sox-Orioles lineups: Kendrick makes Sox debut
Kyle Kendrick makes his first major league start since 2015 as he replaces Steven Wright in the Red Sox rotation for the finale of their four-game series with the Baltimore Orioles tonight at Fenway Park.
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Red Sox put Marco Hernandez on 10-day DL, move Thornburg to 60-day DL
The Red Sox placed another third baseman on the 10-day disabled list Thursday. Actually, it's utility infielder Marco Hernandez, who had been filling in for the already DL'd Pablo Sandoval.
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Scott Boras
The Baseball Show podcast: Boras 'fully [intends] to work at this job for years'
Evan Drellich talks with super agent Scott Boras on "The Baseball Show Podcast"
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Kevin Gausman on ejection: 'Complete bush league'
Kevin Gausman says it was bush league to be ejected for hitting Xander Bogaerts with a curveball.
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James discusses Jones situation, racism in Boston
LeBron James wasn't afraid to share his thoughts on racism in sports on Wednesday night.
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Orioles catcher excited 'to get the hell out of Boston'
There’s still one more game to go for the Orioles in Boston in this series. Catcher Caleb Joseph has had enough.
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Red Sox beat Orioles, 4-2, amid flurry of ejections
Kevin Gausman and Adam Jones got ejected in the Boston Red Sox' 4-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles.
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Jones gets ejected for arguing with umpire at Fenway
Baltimore Orioles' Adam Jones got ejected in the fifth inning at Fenway Park on Wendesday.
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Sox ban fan for using racial slur speaking to another fan
The Red Sox said Wednesday that they have banned a fan from Fenway Park because the fan used a racial slur.
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Gausman gets ejected in 2nd inning after hitting Bogaerts
Kevin Gausman got ejected on his first pitch of the second inning after hitting Xander Bogaerts with a breaking ball.
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Felger: 'Red Sox are acting like a bunch of clowns'
Mike Felger and Chris Gasper believe that the Red Sox have botched how they have handled the situation with the Orioles, but Gary Tanguay disagrees.
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Showalter's talk of pulling Machado silly
At a certain point, one wonders if Buck Showalter believes his own drivel. He’s very entertaining, but not exactly convincing.
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Red Sox starter Drew Pomeranz delivers a pitch
Wednesday’s Red Sox-Orioles lineups: Watch those inside pitches
All eyes will be on inside pitches again tonight as the Red Sox and Orioles renew their increasingly heated rivalry tonight in Game 3 of their four-game series at Fenway Park.
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Report: MLB discipline likely for Sale for throwing behind Machado
Red Sox ace Chris Sale likely faces discipline from MLB for throwing behind the Orioles’ Manny Machado, FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal reports. 
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Steven Wright, Red Sox to meet to discuss surgery; no final decision yet
The Red Sox are meeting with knuckleballer Steven Wright on Wednesday to discuss the possibility he undergoes surgery on his left knee, which would likely end his 2017 season. 
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Drellich: MLB needs to brushback Sox, Machado drama
The Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles can’t police themselves well enough, so MLB needs to do it for them.
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Adam Jones on Red Sox fans: 'I appreciate what they did'
Adam Jones appreciated the Red Sox fans giving him a standing ovation at Fenway, and discusses Chris Sale throwing behind Manny Machado.
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Machado goes on tirade: 'I’ve lost my respect for that organization'
Manny Machado unleashed a profanity-laden tirade after a Red Sox pitcher on nearly hit him with a pitch for the second time in the last three meetings
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WATCH: Manny Machado goes on profanity-filled rant on Red Sox
Manny Machado sounds off on the Boston Red Sox for Chris Sale throwing behind him.
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Sale 'not losing sleep tonight' over Machado
Chris Sale responds to Manny Machado saying that the Boston Red Sox ace tried to hit him on purpose.
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Red Sox go on to beat Orioles 5-2 after eventful first inning
Both teams are warned after Chris Sale throws behind Manny Machado's legs in the first inning and the Red Sox went on to beat the Orioles, 5-2
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Adam Jones receives standing ovation from Red Sox fans
Red Sox fans made a statement with a standing ovation when Adam Jones steps to the plate during Tuesday night's game.
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Warnings issued after Sale throws behind Machado in first inning
Chris Sale’s first pitch to Manny Machado on Tuesday at Fenway Park was well behind the Orioles third baseman
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Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones
Jones addresses 'unfortunate' night at Fenway Park and support he received
Adam Jones spoke at length on Tuesday about the racist treatment he received at Fenway Park
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Tuesday’s Red Sox-Orioles lineups: Plenty to watch for tonight at Fenway
They’ll be plenty to keep an eye on at Fenway Park tonight as the Red Sox host the Orioles for Game 2 of their four-game series.
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Betts asking fans to give Adam Jones a standing ovation at Fenway
Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts is joining some media members in asking for fans to give Adam Jones a standing ovation tonight at Fenway Park.
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Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones
Red Sox president Kennedy says he’ll meet with Jones, Orioles over incident
Red Sox team president Sam Kennedy on the Adam Jones incident: “This is not reflective of Boston, Fenway Park and the Red Sox…”
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Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones
Beyond the Jones incident, it’s time to confront racism in Boston
It’s more than what happened to Adam Jones. Until Bostonians are able to take an objective look racism, outsiders won’t be far from wrong in claiming the city is racist.
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Manfred releases statement on 'unacceptable' Fenway behavior
MLB's commissioner is the latest to weigh in on Monday night's actions at Fenway Park. 
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Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones
Mayor Walsh, Mass. Gov. Baker speak out against Adam Jones incident
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker and the Red Sox all decried the Adam Jones incident Monday night at Fenway Park.
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Adam Jones at Fenway Park
Red Sox release statement on racial remarks from fans against Orioles' Adam Jones
Red Sox President Sam Kennedy released the following statement on racial remarks directed at Orioles center fielder Adam Jones during Monday night's game at Fenway Park
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Best of BST Podcast: Red Sox get punked
In this morning's episode of "The Best of Boston Sports Tonight Podcast", we talk about an ugly night at Fenway with Lou Merloni, Mike Giardi and Evan Drellich.
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Drellich: Ugly night at Fenway Park, on and off the field
The disgusting, racist behavior directed at Orioles center fielder Adam Jones was far and away the worst thing to happen Monday night.
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Red Sox place Wright on 10-day DL, recall Workman from Triple-A
The Red Sox have placed knuckleballer Steven Wright on the 10-day disabled list with a knee injury and recall Brandon Workman from Triple-A Pawtucket.
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Pedroia shuts down question about Orioles: 'Can I go home?'
Dustin Pedroia has very little to say when questioned about the Baltimore Orioles hitting Mookie Betts.
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Showalter: 'Nobody is trying to hit anybody there obviously'
Buck Showalter says that Dylan Bundy was not trying to hit Mookie Betts, but Michael Holley is not buying it.
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Mookie Betts on being hit by Orioles pitch: 'It is what it is'
Mookie Betts says being hit by the pitch in the 6th inning is just a part of the game.
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Jones says Fenway Park fans used racist terms, threw peanut bag at him
Orioles star center fielder Adam Jones told USA Today on Monday night that he heard racist comments at Fenway Park
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Merloni: 'Isn't any question' Bundy hitting Betts was retaliation
Lou Merloni thinks that the hit on Mookie Betts in the 6th inning was on purpose.
Machado homers, drives in two in O's 5-2 win over Sox
Manny Machado helps carry the Baltimore Orioles to a 5-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox Monday night.
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Bundy hits Betts with pitch, opening door to further Sox-O's drama
Orioles righty Dylan Bundy either misses badly, or did a better job of placing a retaliation pitch than Matt Barnes.
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Baltimore Orioles closer Zach Britton.
Orioles’ Britton on Red Sox dustup: ‘I think we turned the page and we moved on’
Orioles closer Zach Britton said Dustin Pedroia reached out to ‘a veteran player on our team’ and they’ve moved on from the spat with the Red Sox.  
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The Boston Red Sox' Hanley Ramirez is congratulated by teammate Andrew Benintendi after Ramirez's homer against the Cubs.
Red Sox April in Review: Good, could be better
An up-and-down first month for the Red Sox has them hovering just over .500 with the expectation that much better things are to come.
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The Boston Red Sox' Hanley Ramirez is congratulated by teammate Andrew Benintendi after Ramirez's homer against the Cubs.
Red Sox April in Review: Good, could be better
An up-and-down first month for the Red Sox has them hovering just over .500 with the expectation that much better things are to come.
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Do the Red Sox have a leadership problem without Ortiz?
Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich, and Jared Carrabis discuss if the Red Sox now have a leadership problem in their clubhouse without the veteran presence of David Ortiz.
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Red Sox take weekend series against Cubs with 6-2 victory
The Red Sox' four-run eighth inning helps the Red Sox beat the sloppy Chicago Cubs 6-2 on Sunday night
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Taiwanese broadcaster had shocking call for Manny Ramirez's HR
A Taiwanese announcer's call outshined Manny Ramirez's homer.
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Red Sox-Orioles series expected to begin with closest thing to warnings
Umpires are expected to be made specifically aware of the recent Red Sox-Orioles history with Manny Machado, Dustin Pedroia and Matt Barnes, a baseball source told CSNNE — a sort of “heads up” that should cr
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Hitting coach Davis is the perfect shoulder for Ramirez to lean on
Chili Davis knows better than most how to be a successful power hitter despite shoulder pain
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Rizzo hits one of Cubs' three home runs in 7-4 win over Red Sox
Chicago Cubs rebound from a series-opening loss with a 7-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday.
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David Price faces hitters for the first time in rehab
Two months after his throwing elbow started bothering him, David Price faced hitters Saturday. "A quality workday for him," said John Farrell.
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Steven Wright of the Boston Red Sox throws a pitch
Saturday's Red Sox-Cubs lineups: Pedroia hits sixth again; Wright vs. Lackey
The Red Sox stick with the same lineup as they look to make it two in a row over the Chicago Cubs this afternoon (4:05) at Fenway Park.
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How Ben Cherington helped make Theo Epstein's smooth Fenway homecoming possible
Theo Epstein and Jon Lester are able to return to Fenway and enjoy this weekend, at least in small part, because of someone else the Red Sox mishandled, too: Ben Cherington.
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Benintendi, Red Sox hang on to beat Cubs, 5-4
Andrew Benintendi hit a solo homer off Jake Arrieta during a five-run first inning and the Boston Red Sox held on to beat the Chicago Cubs, 5-4
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Broadcasting role unlikely for Ortiz, who met with Red Sox this week
The Red Sox met with David Ortiz this week and it appears his future role with the team won’t include broadcasting.  
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Red Sox-Cubs lineups: Pedroia hits sixth, Pomeranz on mound
The offensively challenged Red Sox welcome the defending world champion Cubs (something you haven’t been able to write since 1909) to Fenway Park tonight. 
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Pedro says he’d have drilled Machado, sees himself in Sale
Pedro Martinez sees Chris Sale as a throwback to himself, and says he would have hit Manny Machado with a pitch, just not near the head.
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David Ross would be shocked if John Farrell ordered pitch thrown at Manny Machado
Former Red Sox and Cubs catcher David Ross joined The Baseball Show podcast to explain the difference in leadership styles between Dustin Pedroia and David Ortiz.
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Best of BST Podcast: Charlie Weis
On this episode of "The Best of Boston Sports Tonight Podcast" with Tom Curran, Michael Holley, Tom Giles, and Kayce Smith...former Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis joined us in-studio to discus a
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‘World’s Greatest Leader’ Theo Epstein: ‘This stuff is ridiculous’
Returning to Fenway this weekend as the curse-breaker extraordinaire, Theo Epstein finds the fascination with his leadership skills overdone. 
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Tanaka outduels Sale and Yankees beat Red Sox, 3-0
Masahiro Tanaka pitches a three-hitter to outduel Chris Sale and earn his first shutout since 2014, and the New York Yankees beat the Red Sox, 3-0
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Smith 'had to take a step back' in recovery from Tommy John
Carson Smith, on his way back from Tommy John surgery, felt soreness after throwing a bullpen session and is back to doing long toss. 
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Dustin Pedroia of the Boston Red Sox
Red Sox-Yankees lineups: Pedroia back, Sale vs. Tanaka in matchup of aces
Dustin Pedroia is back in the Red Sox lineup after missing three games with a knee and ankle injury following Manny Machado’s hard slide into him at second base in Baltimore.  
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Matt Barnes gets 4-game suspension
MLB has suspended and fined Boston Red Sox reliever Matt Barnes for throwing at the head of Baltimore Orioles third baseman 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.
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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Red Sox' late-inning rallies carry them past Rays, 7-5
The Sox erase a 5-4 seventh-inning deficit with two runs in the seventh inning and one in the eighth and post their second straight win.
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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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