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7/20/2014 | Lester aces Royals as Sox complete sweep

Jon Lester logged eight scoreless frames and Daniel Nava added three RBIs for the Red Sox in a 6-0 win over the Royals on Sunday to complete a series sweep.


7/20/2014 | Farrell plots break plan for Red Sox players

With the next seven games -- in seven days -- on turf, Red Sox manager John Farrell is trying to manage his roster by not overextending anyone, especially Shane Victorino, who returned from a strained right hamstring on Saturday.


7/20/2014 | Carp accepting of his role as platoon player

Without a left-handed-hitting counterpart, it's difficult for a club to find a spot for someone like Jonny Gomes. Fortunately for the platooning Gomes, Mike Carp has been a good foil.


7/19/2014 | Middlebrooks working his way back at Triple-A

Red Sox infielder Will Middlebrooks -- in his latest rehab stint -- played third base and went 2-for-4 in Pawtucket's 3-1 victory over the Buffalo Bisons on Saturday night at McCoy Stadium.


7/19/2014 | Betts slated to get more seasoning in Minors

Now that Shane Victorino is back for the Red Sox, Mookie Betts can get back to Triple-A to round out his development. As it was, it was a bit of a quick ascent to the Majors for Betts, who rocketed through the farm system after being drafted out of high school in 2014.


7/19/2014 | Napoli's Monster jack powers Sox past Royals

Mike Napoli belted a go-ahead homer over the Green Monster in the sixth to back a solid outing from Red Sox starter Rubby De La Rosa in a 2-1 win over the Royals on Saturday night.


7/19/2014 | Victorino comes off DL looking to spark Sox

The Red Sox activated outfielder Shane Victorino from the disabled list on Saturday and optioned outfielder Mookie Betts to Triple-A Pawtucket.


7/19/2014 | Lester looking to ace Royals for series sweep

Jon Lester and the Red Sox will be looking to put brooms on Yordano Ventura and the Royals in Sunday's series finale at Fenway Park.


7/18/2014 | Red Sox hoping to activate Victorino from DL

Boston manager John Farrell said if everything goes well for outfielder Shane Victorino on Friday night in his second consecutive game for Triple-A Pawtucket, the outfielder will be activated from the disabled list on Saturday.


7/18/2014 | Duffy, Royals seeking some Fenway redemption

Danny Duffy and the Royals will look to even the series when they square off against Rubby De La Rosa and the Red Sox on Saturday at Fenway Park.


7/18/2014 | Gomes delivers in pinch with blast to best KC

Pinch-hitter Jonny Gomes followed suit after Xander Bogaerts' two-run blast in a decisive sixth inning as the Red Sox rallied for a 5-4 win over the Royals on Friday night at Fenway Park.


7/17/2014 | Middlebrooks to resume rehab at 3B, not OF

Will Middlebrooks will move his focus back to playing third base after the club had intended to get him some work in the outfield while he rehabbed with Triple-A Pawtucket.


7/17/2014 | Victorino could rejoin Red Sox this weekend

Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino went 2-for-4 on Thursday night for Triple-A Pawtucket, and if all goes well over the next two days, an activation from the disabled list could come this weekend.


7/15/2014 | 'Nervous' Koji fans one in All-Star Game debut

Even for a man who closed out last year's World Series with a strikeout, the spectacle of the All-Star Game seemed daunting. So Koji Uehara made it easy for manager John Farrell. The righty told Farrell he didn't want the ball in the ninth inning.


7/15/2014 | Butterfield thrilled to be reunited with Jeter

Long before Derek Jeter became a legendary figure, he toiled on the backfields with Red Sox third-base coach Brian Butterfield, who hit him one fungo after another and peppered him on the fundamentals of the game.


7/15/2014 | AL-Americans: Jeter, Trout spark victory

Mike Trout delivered the go-ahead hit and the game's first run, winning the All-Star MVP Award, but it was Derek Jeter who stole the show in his final Midsummer Classic. Jeter went 2-for-2 with a run scored to set the tone for the AL, which won home-field advantage in the World Series.


7/14/2014 | Right on Target: Stars align at Twins' home park

It's regarded as one of baseball's best parks, and Target Field will be on full display Tuesday night when the game's best players take the field for the 85th annual All-Star Game. "It's a big moment," said Twins manager Ron Gardenhire. "It's a big thing for us. It's well-deserved. A lot of people have put a lot of work in here at the stadium."


7/14/2014 | Humble Koji not expecting to close All-Star Game

It might seem a no-brainer for American League All-Star manager John Farrell to put the ball in Koji Uehara's right hand should his team have the lead going into the ninth inning on Tuesday night.


7/14/2014 | Sox All-Stars have faith in second-half turnaround

Though the Red Sox are in last place in the American League East at the symbolic midpoint of the season, their two All-Stars haven't given up hope that the team can turn it around.


7/14/2014 | Boras has confidence in Bogaerts, Drew

Red Sox third baseman Xander Bogaerts finished the first half in a severe slump, but it is just a temporary condition, said agent Scott Boras.


7/14/2014 | Lester hopes more All-Star Games in his Red Sox future

Monday marked the third time in Jon Lester's career that he sat at a table during All-Star media day -- the familiar Red Sox logo accompanying the placard with his name.


7/13/2014 | Friends Coyle, Owens enjoy Futures Game together

Sean Coyle, who was named as a roster replacement to the Sirius XM All-Star Futures Game after Mookie Betts was promoted to the Red Sox, went 0-for-2 while batting second and starting at second base for the U.S. Team in a 3-2 win Sunday. And Portland ace lefty Henry Owens was the starting pitcher, firing a scoreless first inning before giving way to the bullpen.


7/13/2014 | In first five-hit game, Holt provides early jolt

Brock Holt just keeps getting better. Leading off Sunday's game with a homer in the Red Sox's 11-0 win over the Astros at Minute Maid Park, Holt finished with a career-high five hits. The last Red Sox player to have five hits in a game was Dustin Pedroia, against Colorado in 2010.


7/13/2014 | Buchholz tabbed to start second-half opener

The Red Sox announced their post All-Star break rotation and Jake Peavy, who has been the focus of trade talk, is slated to pitch last. Boston opens the second half with three games against Kansas City at Fenway Park before heading to Toronto, and here's how the rotation will look for the first five games: Clay Buchholz, Rubby De La Rosa, Jon Lester, John Lackey and Peavy.


7/13/2014 | Victorino plays for Class A, could be activated Friday

Red Sox manager John Farrell said outfielder Shane Victorino could be activated from the disabled list as early as Friday. Victorino was back on the field at Fenway Park on Sunday for the ninth annual Futures at Fenway game, along with his teammates at short-season Class A Lowell.




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