1. Hanley Back in Swing of Things as Sox Best A's

    Right-hander Joe Kelly turned in a quality outing and left fielder Hanley Ramirez collected three hits as the Red Sox beat the A's, 4-2, on Saturday at Fenway Park...

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  2. David Ortiz Knows It's Not Over: 'I'm Not Washed Up -- I Guarantee You That':

    The most shocking part of David Ortiz's exchange with Ch. 4's Steve Burton last week wasn't the question – "Are you washed up?" – but Ortiz's answer...

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  3. Kelly Snaps 9-Start Winless Stretch, Red Sox Beat A's 4-2

    Joe Kelly pitched six solid innings to earn his first win since his initial start of the season, Hanley Ramirez hit a two-run homer and the Boston Red Sox beat the Oakland Athletics 4-2 on Saturday...

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  4. Papi Returns, Sandoval Still Out

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  5. Sox Push Past Sloppy A's to Take Series Opener

    BOSTON — After a disastrous outing last week for the Red Sox , Wade Miley climbed back on the horse Friday night...

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  6. Pedroia, Miley Lead Red Sox Past A's

    The Red Sox believe they're good enough to win the American League East and make the playoffs. On Friday night, they played like it...

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  7. Miley Pitches into 8th as Red Sox Beat A's 4-2

    BOSTON -- Oakland's Pat Venditte became the first pitcher in 20 years to throw with both arms in the same game, but Boston's Wade Miley pitched neatly into the eighth inning as the Red Sox beat the Athletics 4-2 on Friday night...

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  8. A Fan Was Badly Injured by a Broken Bat at Fenway Park

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  9. Ben Cherington: Red Sox Capable of Winning Division: The Boston Globe

    Red Sox GM Ben Cherington defended the play of Hanley Ramirez in left field, insisting that he's working hard to improve and just needs more time...

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  10. Ellsbury's Knee Still Needs Support, Wearing Brace

    NEW YORK -- Jacoby Ellsbury did some running in the outfield before the Yankees - Angels game Friday night, but unseen under his uniform pants was what Yankees GM Brian Cashman called "one of those lineman-looking braces'' on his sprained right knee...

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  11. Sandoval Out of Lineup to 'Catch His Breath'

    BOSTON -- Brock Holt was in the Red Sox lineup at third base on Friday night, and he might be there again on Saturday afternoon...

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  12. Hanley Ramirez, Pablo Sandoval Take Center Stage in Boston Red Sox Debacle

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 1 month ago 29 reads 0 comments

  13. Wright Keeps Name in Mix for Starting Role

    BOSTON -- Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright had another solid outing Thursday against the Twins , keeping his name in the mix once the team moves back to a five-man rotation.....

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  14. Should the Red Sox Be Concerned About Pablo Sandoval?

    Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval, during the course of Thursday's loss to the Twins , went 0-for-4 with three runners left on base. In the field, he committed a pair of critical errors...

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  15. Farrell: 'That Was a Poor Display of Baseball Today'

    BOSTON — You can blame the general manager who put this team together or the manager who oversees it. You can blame the owner who gave each a vote of confidence earlier in the week...

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  16. Red Sox Wrap: Sox Blow Four-Run Lead, Fall to Twins in Series Finale

    BOSTON — The Red Sox led by as four runs Thursday afternoon but could not shut the door on the Minnesota Twins , who scored the final eight runs of the game to win 8-4 in a mistake-filled series finale at Fenway Park...

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  17. Costly Errors and Baserunning Mistakes Hurt Red Sox in Ugly 8-4 Loss to Twins

    A former MVP candidate and batting title winner wanted to lay down a sacrifice bunt, but the Red Sox ' sloppy defense turned it into the Twins ' go-ahead run on Thursday afternoon...

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  18. Watch: Swihart's 1st MLB HR Goes Out of Fenway

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  19. Hanley Batting 2nd for Red Sox on Thursday

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  20. Rodriguez Sticking with Red Sox After Historic Second Start

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  21. Portland Walks off with Win; Yoan Moncada Struggling Defensively

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  22. Ortiz Snaps Slump, Sparks Red Sox Past Twins

    David Ortiz hit a pair of doubles and snapped a five-game stretch without an RBI as the Boston Red Sox earned a 6-3 win over the Minnesota Twins in the first game of a day-night doubleheader on Wednesday afternoon at Fenway Park...

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  23. Rodriguez Strong Again as Sox Win Doubleheader Opener, 6-3

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  24. Red Sox Hope for Continued Poise from Rodriguez

    BOSTON -- Eduardo Rodriguez forced their hands. The Red Sox hadn't planned on going with a six-man rotation, but the 22-year-old lefty pitched so well last week -- he fired.....

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  25. Red Sox Acquire Alejandro De Aza from O's

    It's not yet known what the Sox gave up, but given that De Aza was on waivers, it's hard to imagine it's much. A few years ago, De Aza was a solid everyday player for the White Sox ...

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