Alfredo Aceves threw five perfect innings for the Pawtucket Red Sox on Wednesday in Fort Myers, Fla., according to a tweet from announcer Dan Hoard.
Aceves recorded nine strikeouts and posted a strike-to-ball ratio of 4417 against the Norfolk Tides. Hideki Okajima entered the game in relief of Aceves and pitched a scoreless inning for the PawSox as well.
Hoard also reported that Aceves will start on Opening Night in Pawtucket.
BURLINGTON, Vt. — A former Major League Baseball player is running for governor in Vermont as a member of the Liberty Union party, which bills itself as nonviolent and socialist.
Bill "Spaceman" Lee tells WCAX-TV voters will "need umbrellas" if he's elected, because "it's going to be raining dollars," referring to money trickling down from the wealthy.
Lee pitched for the Boston Red Sox from 1969 to 1978. He was inducted into the team's Hall of Fame in 2008.
Lee says he's a "pragmatic, conservative, forward thinker." He supports legalizing marijuana, a single-payer health care system and paid family leave.
Jared Carrabis joins Sports Tonight to discuss the news that Carson Smith will undergo Tommy John surgery, and whether he has faith that Dombrowski will be able to find bullpen help.
Three things we learned from the Boston Red Sox' 8-3 win over the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday night.
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