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Red Sox vs. Cobb: Pedroia 5-21, Nava 4-16, Napoli 4-12, Ortiz 2-7, Cespedes 1-13, Middlebrooks 2-11, Johnson 1-3, Ross 0-2.
With September looming and the Boston Red Sox in the basement of the American League East, offseason moves are inevitable.
Jeff Pini has been a sports correspondent for Boston.com since 2013. A graduate of Roger Williams University, Jeff covers everything from the Red Sox and Bruins to B.A.A. running events and high school sports.
Chris Archer didn't retaliate against David Ortiz Friday night. He didn't throw at him, or behind him, or in his general vicinity.
Rays starter Chris Archer faced Red Sox slugger David Ortiz three times in the first three innings Friday night, setting things up for some potentially interesting theater.
Chris Archer turned in the second shortest outing of his season, the defense committed three more errors and Red Sox rolled to an 8-4 victory in front of 16,107 at Tropicana Field.
And, actually, it's a good story, as you might expect from a good writer at a good publication.
The Bill Chuck Files overflow each day with stats, factoids, and observations that are sometimes relevant, sometimes irrelevant, and sometimes simply intriguing.
It's nice to think that David Ortiz and Yoenis Cespedes could combine for 60 homers and 185 RBI, with good health.
RHP Chris Archer is typically a man of many words, one of the most thoughtful and loquacious players in the Rays' clubhouse.
This long home run by David Ortiz on July 27 didn't sit well with the man who gave it up, Rays righthander Chris Archer, who after the game critcized Ortiz for his slow home-run trot.
If you listen to his countrymen's descriptions of his play on the field, new Red Sox outfielder Rusney Castillo should be fine adjusting to the big leagues after spending all of his life playing baseball in Cuba.
On July 30 at Fenway Park, Boston's final game before the trade deadline and thus the anticlimactic end of Jon Lester's Red Sox tenure , the Red Sox lost 6-1 in a tidy two hours and 48 minutes.
Commissioner Jose "Pepe" Diaz dances with Ileana Quevedo, employee of IKEA during the opening ceremony of IKEA in Sweetwater on Wednesday.
What if the Red Sox had drafted Albert Pujols in 1999 instead of the 15 players they picked before he went to the Cardinals in the 13th round? What if they had kept Adrian Beltre instead of Kevin Youkilis? What if they had sealed the deal with Alex Rodriguez in 2003? In light of last night's series finale with the Blue Jays, it's worth examining ... (more)
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 05:36 am
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