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Since 2000, San Diego has made the most trades in baseball with 36 deals, followed by Pittsburgh (32), Boston (28), the Yankees (27), the Dodgers (26), and the Cubs (25).
The Sox have placed 19 players on the disabled list this season for a total of 24 stints.
David Ortiz now has seven seasons with 25 home runs for the Red Sox. Only Jim Rice (7) and Ted Williams (14) have accomplished that feat.
The Red Sox offense scored only six runs over the final three games in Yankee Stadium.
On Friday night. Felix Doubront became the youngest lefthander to win his debut for the Red Sox since 21-year-old Billy Rohr beat the Yankees in 1967.
After throwing his 2,776.2 inning, Tim Wakefield passed Roger Clemens (2,776) tonight for most in Red Sox history.
David Ortiz has gone from pathetic to deplorable.
Last night, Darnell McDonald became the first ever member of the Red Sox to collect a game-ending RBI in his debut with the club.
Can the Padres stay afloat in the NL West?
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