1. David Ortiz: Mookie Betts' 2 Stolen Bases Was 'the Craziest Thing I've Ever'

    David Ortiz has been around the game of baseball a long time, so when he says something was the craziest thing he's ever seen, it must be pretty good...

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  2. On Another Fenway Opening Day, Red Sox Fans Enjoy David Ortiz

    The festive nature of Opening Day at Fenway Park was such that nobody seemed to pay attention to a possibility that was unlikely but also unsettling...

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  3. Hanley Fine After CT Scan on Foot Returns Negative

    Boston Red Sox outfielder Hanley Ramirez isn't expected to miss any time after fouling a ball off his right foot during Monday's game.....

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  4. David Ortiz, Tom Brady Take Epic Selfie at Red Sox's Home Opener (Photo)

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  5. Red Sox Sign Pete Frates to Honorary Contract

    The Red Sox honored Pete Frates, the former Boston College player who suffers from ALS and is considered the father of the "Ice Bucket Challenge,” before Monday's home opener...

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  6. Red Sox P Rick Porcello Allows 3 Earned Runs in Win over Nationals

    Red Sox pitcher Rick Porcello allowed three earned runs on Monday, though his team was still able to defeat the Nationals 9-4...

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  7. Red Sox's Rusney Castillo Injures Shoulder in Minors

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  8. Betts Stars as Red Sox Beat Nats 9-4 in Home Opener

    When the Red Sox last took the field at Fenway Park, most of the 36,000-plus fans in attendance had come not to cheer the last-place home team but to salute the departing Derek Jeter...

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  9. Mookie Robs Homer, Swipes Two Bags, Goes Deep

    Betts led off with a walk. With one out and David Ortiz at the plate, Betts went for the steal of second. As he slid in safely, Betts was alert to the fact the Nationals didn't have anybody covering third due to the shift on Ortiz...

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  10. WATCH: Mookie Betts Robs Homer Before Hitting One of His Own

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  11. Red Sox Outfielder Mookie Betts Steals HR from Bryce Harper with Leaping Grab

    The Washington Nationals and Boston Red Sox are underway on this lovely spring Monday at Fenway Park, and the game has effectively turned into the Mookie Betts Show...

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  12. Red Sox Officially Activate Uehara off DL

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  13. New Red Sox Hanley Ramirez, Pablo Sandoval Might Find Fenway Friendly

    Finally, Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval have an opportunity to come home and find out how the other half lives...

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  14. Red Sox to Activate Koji Uehara, Option Tommy Layne to Minors

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  15. Red Sox Notes: Daniel Nava Showing Value Early in Boston's 2015 Season

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  16. Rapid Reaction: Yankees 14, Red Sox 4 - Boston Red Sox Blog - ESPN

    NEW YORK -- The Boston Red Sox never really threatened to win Sunday's series finale against the New York Yankees , after Boston starter Clay Buchholz was torched for seven runs in the first inning on the way to a 14-4 loss...

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  17. New York Yankees Wallop Clay Buchholz, Red Sox 14-4 in Series Finale

    NEW YORK - Clay Buchholz's Sunday night start against New York was decidedly different than his first start...

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  18. Clay Buchholz Allows 10 Runs as Yankees Blast Red Sox, 14-4

    NEW YORK -- At the very end of his nightmare performance at Yankee Stadium, there was nothing left for Clay Buchholz to do but stand still and watch...

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  19. Red Sox Wrap: Joe Kelly, Brock Holt Worth Wait In 8-4 Win Over Yankees

    The Boston Red Sox shaved a few hours off their win Saturday. The Red Sox needed just nine innings to take down the Yankees 8-4 in the middle game of the teams' three-game series at Yankee Stadium...

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  20. Hours After NY Marathon, Red Sox Run over Yanks

    Joe Kelly pitched one-hit ball for seven innings and the Boston Red Sox ran over the Yankees 8-4 Saturday, hours after winning their own New York City marathon. Bleary-eyed, the teams started at 1:08 p...

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  21. BOS, NYY Resting Multiple Starters After 19-Inning Game

    The New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox are both resting multiple starters Saturday afternoon following Friday's exhausting 19-inning game.....

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  22. Red Sox top Yanks, 6-5, in 19-inning marathon

    The talk pregame was that the Red Sox and Yankee rivalry had lost its steam, but you wouldn't know it by their first meeting of the season Friday night...

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  23. Red Sox Wrap: Boston Prevails 6-5 in Longest Game in Franchise History

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  24. Big Night at the Plate 'A Good Sign' for Bogaerts

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  25. What Yoan Moncada Must Prove in the Minors to Become MLB-Ready

    The hype and excitement that surrounded Yoan Moncada and his decision to sign with the Boston Red Sox in February have turned mostly to anticipation and expectation as the Cuban phenom embarks upon his first season in America...

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