1. Josh Beckett Pitches Four Effective Innings in Triple-A Rehab Start

    The grandstand was full today at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket, RI, as Red Sox ace right-hander Josh Beckett took the mound for what will likely be his penultimate rehab start before re-joining the ball club for the second half of the season...

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  2. 2010 MLB All Star Rosters: Kevin Youkilis Will Not Replace Justin Morneau

    It is without argument Red Sox first baseman Kevin Youkilis should be on the American League All-Star team when the game takes place on Tuesday night in Anaheim...

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  3. Damage Control! Team Ellsbury Points Fingers at Red Sox Medical Staff

    In the aftermath of Kevin Youkilis’ back-handed criticism of teammate Jacoby Ellsbury for being away from his ballclub and his teammates for the last five weeks, it appears that Team Ellsbury, led by his agent, Scott Boras, is going on the attack...

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  4. Sticking Up For Red Sox Nation

    This afternoon I came across a piece by a guy named Jon Star, who isn’t much of a ’star’ in my book. He ranked the fan bases of all thirty MLB teams and judged Red Sox Nation to be only the seventh-best fans across baseball...

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  5. Game 82: Brian Matusz Salvages Finale As Orioles Beat Red Sox, 6-1

    Orioles southpaw Brian Matusz pitched shutout ball for seven innings at Fenway Park this afternoon, leading the Baltimore Orioles to a rare win in Boston, beating the Red Sox, 6-1...

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  6. Six Red Sox Players Named To the American League All-Star Team

    The fans may not have given the Red Sox much love when casting their ballots for the all-star game, but opposing players and managers- as well as Major League Baseball itself- certainly ...

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  7. Boston Red Sox Cruise Through Game 81, Half Game Out of First AFter First Half

    Eighty-one games…that is the midpoint of the season. Admit it, Red Sox Nation, if you knew what you know right now back on Opening Day you would have been thrilled to be 17 games over ...

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  8. Jason Varitek Broken Foot: Boston Red Sox Cash in from Houston Astros

    The Red Sox have traded minor league infielder Angel Sanchez to the Houston Astros in exchange for catcher Kevin Cash. Cash, 32, hit .204 with two homers and four RBI for the Astros this season before being designated for assignment on June 23rd...

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  9. Report: Delcarmen Headed To The Disabled List

    A Major League source has told Nick Cafardo (Boston Globe) that the Red Sox will place righthander Manny Delcarmen on the disabled list with a right forearm strain...

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  10. Boston Red Sox Notes: How Hitters Have Stepped Up Against the Best, More Tidbits

    Some items selected from the Red Sox media department’s “game notes” and post-game “media notes”: The Sox have faced four Cy Young Award winners this ...

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  11. Boston Injury Updates on the Bay Area Trio: Pedroia, Buchholz and V-Mart

    Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe is reporting that Will Carroll, of Baseball Prospectus, has told him that Dustin Pedroia will miss six weeks...

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  12. Red Sox-Giants: Despite ANOTHER Key Injury, Red Sox Win 5-1

    Do the baseball gods "have it in" for the 2010 edition of the Boston Red Sox? The ballclub has endured injury after injury this season, beginning with LF Jacoby Ellsbury and progressing through the rotation and lineup like a wildfire...

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  13. Josh Beckett Progressing Well, Could Begin Rehab Next Week

    Red Sox righty Josh Beckett threw 70 pitches in the bullpen on Saturday and declared himself ready to move on to the next step of his rehabilitation program...

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  14. Boston Red Sox-Colorado Rockies: Pedey's 3 HR and 5 RBI Save Sox in 13-11 Win

    Prior to Wednesday night’s game in Colorado, Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon had a couple of noteworthy "rough outings" this year—both of which came against the New York Yankees...

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  15. Josh Beckett Bound For Minor League Rehab Assignment

    It’s beginning to look like the guy the Boston Red Sox will be adding to the roster at the trade deadline is a guy they already have under contract: Josh Beckett...

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  16. Daisuke Matsuzaka Activated, Mike Lowell Placed On DL by Red Sox

    The Red Sox activated Daisuke Matsuzaka in last night’s series-finale against the Colorado Rockies. In order to make room for him on the roster, Boston placed third baseman Mike Lowell on the 15-day DL...

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  17. Game 54: David Ortiz Leads Rally As Red Sox Prevail, 6-4

    On the day he was named the American League’s top offensive performer for the month of May, Sox DH David Ortiz announced his presence with authority in another way tonight at Fenway Park...

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  18. Around Baseball: Umpire Costs Tigers Hurler Perfect Game

    Major League Baseball had never had two perfect games in one season prior to 2010, yet, incredibly, there should have been a third perfect game recorded this evening — except ...

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  19. Clay Buchholz Outlasts Zack Greinke, Boston Red Sox Win 1-0 Pitcher's Duel

    Caption: Clay Buchholz was outstanding once again, shutting down Kansas City over seven innings tonight in the Red Sox 1-0 win at Fenway Park...

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  20. Game 50: Pitching Offensive As Royals Crown Red Sox, 12-5

    Caption: In a scene that has become all-too-familiar during Red Sox games, a Red Sox starter hands the baseball to manager Terry Francona after getting bombed...

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  21. Ellsbury On DL: Should Red Sox Players Trust the Team Physician?

    Outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury is back on the disabled list due to the rib cage injury suffered in Kansas City during the first week of the season...

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  22. Boston Red Sox Relevant Again After Three-Game Sweep of Tampa Bay Rays

    Caption: 3B Adrian Beltre hit a solo home run to get things started in the Red Sox 11-3 win over the Tampa Bay Rays tonight at Tropicana Field. Maybe I should head back out of town...

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  23. Mike Lowell Needs a "Team" Lesson: There is No "I" in Boston Red Sox

    Mike Lowell was a class act through the winter and the early part of the 2010 season when it came to his role with the team—but, he has let it be known with increasing frequency that he's not happy with his role (as a role-player) on the team...

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  24. Boston Red Sox Rally from Deep Hole, Hold Off Pesky Yankees in 7-6 Victory

    Pictured at right, DH David Ortiz admires the flight of his eighth-inning fly ball. Unfortunately, it was wasted as the ball fell short of the distance and hit off the fence in right field...

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  25. Red Sox-Yankees: Papel-Bombed in the Bronx, Sox Cannot Close the Deal

    Caption: Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon doesn’t look on as NYY 3B Alex Rodriguez rounds the bases after touching him for a game-tying two-run home run in the ninth inning...

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