1. Ortiz's Three-Run Homer

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  2. Talking Points: Sox Deliver Across the Board in 11-1 Win

    BOSTON -- Here are tonight's Talking Points after the Red Sox beat the Tigers , 11-1. Check out the game story here...

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  3. David Ortiz Has Huge Game, Moves to Within 15 HRs of 500

    Though not nearly as exclusive at it was pre-2000, joining the 500 Home Run club is still quite the accomplishment. We've only seen one man join the ranks since 2009 (go check out my timeline!), when Albert Pujols hit number 500 in April of 2014...

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  4. Brock Holt Leaves Game with Left Knee Tightness

    Boston Red Sox second baseman Brock Holt left Sunday night's contest with the Detroit Tigers in the top of the sixth inning with left knee tightness.....

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  5. Pedro Martinez's Top 10 Red Sox Moments Absolutely Legendary (Gallery)

    Pedro Martinez is a legend. Few will dispute that notion. It's accepted as fact — not opinion — in Boston , which was center stage for the most memorable moments of the pitcher's Hall of Fame career...

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  6. Red Sox Wrap: Steven Wright, Blake Swihart Falter in 5-1 Loss to Tigers

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  7. On the Field and Off, Pedro Martinez Truly One of a Kind

    He was a baseball assassin who loved tulips. They called him a head hunter and he built churches. He hurled an old man to the ground and lifted up the needy. Proudly private, he was also at times a clown — a nudist clown...

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  8. Dustin Pedroia Injury: Updates on Red Sox Star's Hamstring and Return

    Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia was activated off the disabled list and will bat second against the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday, according to Ian Browne of MLB ...

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  9. Shane Victorino Drawing Trade Interest, Orioles a Possible Suitor

    The Red Sox might yet find a trade partner for Shane Victorino, with Jon Heyman saying there's interest in the veteran outfielder, citing Baltimore as a possible landing spot...

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  10. Talking Points: Porcello Matches Verlander

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  11. Bogaerts Delivers Red Sox Past Tigers to Snap 8-Game Skid

    BOSTON -- Xander Bogaerts' single up the middle off Blaine Hardy in the 11th inning drove home the winning run, and the Boston Red Sox snapped an eight-game losing streak with a 2-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night...

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  12. Hamstring Injury Affecting Dustin Pedroia

    BOSTON -- Dustin Pedroia was not in the Red Sox 's starting lineup on Friday for the opener of a three-game series against the Tigers at Fenway Park due to soreness in his right hamstring...

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  13. Pedroia, Ortiz Sitting Friday vs. Tigers

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  14. Red Sox 'Actively' Trying to Trade for Cole Hamels

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  15. Red Sox Losing Streak Extends to 8

    HOUSTON - Jose Altuve homered with one out in the bottom of the ninth, the last of his four hits, and the Houston Astros beat Boston 5-4 on Thursday night, extending the Red Sox 's losing streak to a season-high eight games...

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  16. Red Sox Come Up Just Short in Sweep by Astros

    HOUSTON -- The Boston Red Sox had not lost every game of a road trip lasting at least seven games since 1951, when they lost the last eight games of the season. John. W. Henry was 2 years old and still in short pants...

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  17. Christian Vazquez Able to Again Play Catch

    The simple act of playing catch never felt so joyful to Red Sox catcher Christian Vazquez. Thursday marked the first time Vazquez had thrown a ball since undergoing Tommy John surgery on his elbow in April...

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  18. Red Sox SP Clay Buchholz Expects Absence of 5-6 Weeks

    Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz expects to be out 5-6 more weeks with a strained flexor tendon that has already sidelined him since July 10...

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  19. Buchholz Won't Throw off Mound for 5-6 Weeks

    Buchholz said about 5-6 weeks from now before he can go off the mound. Said he definitely wants to pitch again this season...

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  20. The Bright Spot That Is Xander Bogaerts

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  21. Ben Cherington May Not Be the Right Man to Repair the Red Sox

    The Red Sox either have the wrong plan or the wrong man implementing it. That's the hard truth for the folks at 4 Yawkey Way. Either the man or the plan has to change or the Sox are stuck on a carousel of underachievement...

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  22. Sox Remain Winless on Trip with 4-2 Loss to Astros

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  23. Ben Cherington Expresses Faith in Red Sox' Plan, Hanley and Pablo

    HOUSTON -- With the Red Sox in the midst of a death spiral -- otherwise known as a six-game losing streak that has left them with the worst record in the American League -- embattled ...

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  24. Red Sox Pitcher Clay Buchholz Shut Down After Receiving PRP Injection in Elbow

    The Boston Red Sox shut down Clay Buchholz on Wednesday after the pitcher received a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection in his right elbow from orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews...

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  25. Buchholz (Elbow) Receives PRP Injection

    Buchholz received a PRP injection from Dr. Andrews. Now shut down again. Throwing program stopped. Farrell says his season not over...

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