Eric Hosmer and Alex Gordon homered, and Ian Kennedy allowed one run through five innings as the Kansas City Royals continued their monthlong hot streak with a 6-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Friday night.
Big Papi leads majors in doubles at age 40 The remarkable David Ortiz passed another milestone on Friday night. The Boston Red Sox designated hitter doubled in the third inning against the Kansas City Royals, giving Ortiz 625 careerShow More Summary
A look at what's happening all around the majors today:
Enny Romero earned his first major league save, relieving with two outs in the ninth inning and fanning Red Sox slugger David Ortiz to give the Tampa Bay Rays a 2-1 win Wednesday and a four-game split with the Red Sox.
David Ortiz became the oldest player ever to hit 30 homers in a season, but the Tampa Bay Rays came back from a three-run deficit to beat Boston 4-3 in 11 innings Wednesday night and prevent the Red Sox from taking sole possession of first place in the AL East.
Boston Red Sox outfielder Andrew Benintendi was removed from his team's game against the Tampa Bay Rays with a leg injury, according to Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe. Continue for updates. Red-Hot Hitter Suffers Injury Wednesday, Aug. Show More Summary
Ah, the dog days of August. Woof… 1. Sweltering Days in the AL East One last summer ice cream break, anyone, before the stretch run cranks up to an inferno? Look out, while Baltimore (4-6 in its last 10 games into Tuesday) apparently...Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox need pitchers. On Tuesday, Clay Buchholz looked like a pitcher. It doesn't erase a season that can only be classified as rough, but it surely put some smiles on faces in Beantown. For six innings, Buchholz mostly baffled...Show More Summary
Chris Archer lost twice tonight, first to the Red Sox, then to his sweatshirt. Read more...
Clay Buchholz pitched into the seventh inning, David Ortiz had a run-scoring single and the Boston Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 2-1 on Tuesday night to remain tied atop the AL East.
The Dodgers have placed left-handers Brett Anderson and Scott Kazmir on the disabled list, tying the 2012 Boston Red Sox for the major league record with 27 players on the DL this season.
Boston Red Sox rookie Andrew Benintendi had already endeared himself to Red Sox fans by hitting.322/.375/.492 since being called up on August 1. However, on Monday night he cemented his beloved rookie status by making an absolutely bonkers catch to rob the Rays of a home run and save the game for David Price. […]
David Price pitched a gem for the Red Sox this evening, striking out eight men and only giving up two hits in eight innings of work. His night would have been a lot less spectacular, had Andrew Benintendi not flown across the outfield to leap up on top of the wall to rob Steven Souza of a dinger. Read more...
Andrew Benintendi is only a rookie, but this is definitely the best catch of his young career. With his team leading 3-0 in the bottom of the eighth and their opponent attempting to claw back into the game, the Red Sox youngster almost left the field to bring back a sure home run which would have pulled the Rays within one. Show More Summary
David Price limited his old team to two hits in eight scoreless innings, helping the Boston Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 6-2 on Monday night to move into a tie for first place in the AL East.
What a catch.
Having crossed the 6,000 unique Red Sox cards threshold, I guess the next logical thing to do is strive for 7,000, right? Well, thanks to another envelope that arrived recently from my most frequent trading partner, Mark Kaz of This Way to the Clubhouse, I'm well on my way... Show More Summary
David Ortiz homered after being honored by the Tigers as the Boston Red Sox beat Detroit 3-2 on a rainy Saturday night.
The days Rick Porcello doesn't start for the Boston Red Sox, they're barely a.500 team. It's true. The Sox are 19-6 in Porcello 's 25 starts, after their 10-2 win over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night. They're 49-47 in their otherShow More Summary
David Ortiz homered and Rick Porcello returned to Comerica Park with seven strong innings as the Boston Red Sox routed the Detroit Tigers 10-2 on Friday night.