Friday Apr 18
Boston Red Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles series: Game times, schedule,...
With their win Thursday night against the Chicago White Sox, the Boston Red Sox have finally clawed their way back up to a tie at the bottom of the AL East standings.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Minor League Prospect Review: Winston-Salem Dash @ Wilmington Blue Rocks
Sunday was a warm, sunny day - the first of its kind so far this year in the Northeast - so I traveled to Wilmington, Delaware to see a loaded Blue Rocks team take on the Winston-Salem Dash.
Red Sox notebook: Mike Napoli counts blessings
When Mike Napoli awoke yesterday, he was relieved to see that his left index finger was no longer bent grotesquely at a 50-degree angle away from the rest of his hand.
White Sox fall to Red Sox in 14 innings
He prompted the first two batters he faced in his major league pitching debut to ground out and fly out, but he couldn't keep up the show.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Over The Monster
Red Sox 6, White Sox 4: Exhausted, but victorious
The Red Sox started off Tuesday night's game with some fire! Three straight hits! Their first first-inning run of the season coming on Xander Bogaerts' first RBI of the season! There was a real sense of drive and purpose! It was an ugly victory.
Eaton on Twitter: "I don't even have to say itWellI will. Whatta team
Starters: LHP John Danks for our Sox, RHP Clay Buchholz for Boston. Our Sox have won four of the last five games against their Sox at USCF.
Tonight's Red Sox Lineup: Dustin Pedroia Back in Lineup, Leading Off
Steve Silva, a lifelong Massachusetts resident, joined Boston.com in 2004. He's covered the world championship runs of the Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins, and Celtics, the Boston Marathon, and more as part of the BDC and Boston Globe sports teams.
Who Is the Red Sox's Biggest Pitching X-Factor: Jake Peavy or Clay Buchholz?
If the Boston Red Sox are to make a serious bid for back-to-back World Series championships, Jake Peavy and Clay Buchholz will be big parts of the reason why.
Chicago White Sox
Unlike previous seasons, Alexei catching fire
Ramirez, in his seventh season as the starting shortstop for the White Sox, is off to a scorching start at the plate.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Cape Cod Times
Red Sox: Fans need a little patience
The Red Sox have played 13 games. It hasn't been pretty. But here's what we should do: Take a deep breath and let them fail or succeed on their own.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The Miami Herald
White Sox welcome back a couple of old friends
The Red Sox's visit to U.S. Cellular Field this week gives White Sox fans one more chance to see retiring Paul Konerko and A.J. Pierzynski together on the South Side.
Time for Red Sox to get serious with Jon Lester
You can't blame Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington for making a lowball four-year, $70 million contract offer to Jon Lester.
Red Sox Game 13 (3-2 L @ NYY) Reloaded
As you're aware, 13 games is not a very representative sample size in a 162-game season.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Red Sox have their share of issues
NEW YORK There's distress everywhere in the American League East, including the Red Sox, who have more than their share.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Mazz: Sox need southpaws to step up to win in New York
After watching John Lackey pitch against the Yankees today, this much should be obvious: if the Red Sox are going to beat the Yankees head-to-head this year - at least in New York - Felix Doubront may have to play a critical role.
Red Sox' silence on Michael Pineda speaks volumes
The problem is . . . everybody does it. Including the Red Sox. This is why Sox manager John Farrell was in no position to cry foul when the whole world saw the pine tar-stained hand of Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda in Thursday's 4-1 victory over Boston.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Roto Roundup: Michael Pineda, Danny Salazar, Stephen Strasburg, and others
Ray highlights some of the top fantasy performers from Thursday's roto action including Jim Johnson, Michael Pineda, Stephen Strasburg and others.
The Miami Herald
Rounding Third: If you ain't cheatin', you ain't tryin'
And, yes, according to rule 8.02.4 in the Major League Baseball official rule book, "The pitcher shall not apply a foreign substance of any kind to the ball," and any violation should warrant an immediate ejection.
Over The Monster
Daily Red Sox Links: John Lackey, David Ortiz, Johnny Pesky
Today's links look at the future plans for John Lackey, the dominance performance of David Ortiz in high-leverage situations and a Red Sox legend's memorabilia auction.
And That Happened: Thursday's scores and highlights
Yankees 4, Red Sox 1 : Michael Pineda was the whole story. Both for pitching a shutout into the seventh and for having some gunk on his hands that sorta looked like pine tar but which, because no one complained about it or brought it to the umps' attention, couldn't be examined or dealt with in any way.