5/20/2015 | Bats unable to deliver in clutch situations
At several points during Wednesday's 2-1 loss to the Rangers at Fenway Park, the Red Sox stood one hit away from reversing their offensive fortunes. Each turn, however, featured another thwarted attempt by the underachieving Boston lineup to produce runs.
5/20/2015 | Kelly's quality start goes for naught in loss
The Red Sox were unable to capitalize on another solid pitching performance from Joe Kelly on Wednesday night, taking a 2-1 loss to the Rangers at Fenway Park.
5/20/2015 | Chirinos' homer helps Rangers edge Red Sox
Phil Klein earned his first Major League win as a starter and Robinson Chirinos crushed a solo home run that provided the scoring difference as the Rangers edged out a 2-1 victory over the Red Sox on Wednesday night at Fenway Park.
5/20/2015 | Buchholz aims to replicate gem in finale vs. Rangers
Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz was outstanding in his Friday start against the Mariners, allowing one run in eight innings while striking out 11.
5/20/2015 | Panda day to day with bruised left knee
As expected, third baseman Pablo Sandoval was absent from the Red Sox's starting lineup Wednesday with a bone bruise after getting drilled on his left knee during Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Rangers.
5/20/2015 | Sox acquire Cornely from Braves for cash
The Red Sox acquired right-hander John Cornely from the Braves in exchange for cash considerations, the club announced on Wednesday afternoon. Cornely was subsequently optioned Triple-A Pawtucket, where he will continue to pitch out of the bullpen as a reliever.
5/20/2015 | Not all is lost for contenders after early woes
Good times are coming for the Pirates, A's and Red Sox despite a disappointing start to the season. Those three teams are going to be in contention in September, and possibly later due to talented rosters and the right leadership.
5/20/2015 | Miley stops worrying, back to having fun on hill
After enduring more than a month of shaky starts interspersed with a few helpings of criticism and a change of pitching coaches, the Red Sox's rotation is finally starting to have a little fun. Perhaps no pitcher is more emblematic of the apparent turnaround than left-hander Wade Miley.
5/19/2015 | Napoli takes flight thanks to Pedroia's help
The breakthrough that a slumping Mike Napoli has been looking for might have come on a late-night flight somewhere between Seattle and Boston.
5/19/2015 | Papi, Napoli power Sox past Rangers
The Red Sox had some life back in the bats in Tuesday night's opener of a six-game homestand, as David Ortiz and Mike Napoli both belted home runs to pace a 13-hit attack in an 4-3 victory over the Rangers. The hit total was the highest by Boson in May, and matched a season best, last accomplished on April 28.
5/19/2015 | Panda's knee injury considered to be minor
Third baseman Pablo Sandoval may not have been able to avoid the pitch that struck his left knee during Tuesday night's 4-3 win over the Rangers at Fenway Park, but he looks to have dodged a bullet all the same.
5/19/2015 | Klein to make first big league start opposite Kelly
Rangers pitcher Phil Klein will make the first start of his Major League career on Wednesday night as his club squares off with the Red Sox in the second tilt of a three-game series at Fenway Park. Righty Joe Kelly (1-2, 5.58 ERA) will oppose him for Boston.
5/19/2015 | Farrell hints Castillo's arrival could be imminent
Coming off a West Coast trip in which the offense struggled mightily, manager John Farrell didn't shake up his lineup for Tuesday's opener of the homestand against the Rangers. However, it certainly sounds as if Rusney Castillo will be making his way to Fenway Park in the coming days.
5/18/2015 | Moncada scores twice in Minor League debut
Cuban prospect Yoan Moncada made his Red Sox organizational debut Monday night, going 0-for-3 with a walk, two runs scored and an error for Class A Greenville.
5/18/2015 | Consistent Swihart still has plenty of upside
The Red Sox selected Blake Swihart with the 26th pick in the first round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft. Swihart has completed parts of five seasons in the Red Sox development system. He has a healthy composite batting average of .287 in 1331 trips to the plate.
5/18/2015 | Craig taken off roster; outrighted to Pawtucket
The Red Sox announced Monday that Allen Craig has cleared waivers and was outrighted from the 40-man roster and placed on Triple-A Pawtucket's roster.
5/18/2015 | Willis getting early results as pitching coach
Carl Willis had names to learn. He had repertoires to study. There were habits he had to help pitchers try to break. And for a one-week crash course, the Red Sox could not have asked for much more from their new pitching coach.
5/18/2015 | PawSox president Skeffington passes away
Pawtucket Red Sox president James Skeffington died on Sunday night. He was 73.
5/17/2015 | Red Sox looking for way to jump-start offense
When the Red Sox left for the road, they were in a pitching crisis. As they come home, they wonder when the hits will start coming.
5/17/2015 | Wright steps up with solid outing in spot start
At the age of 30, Steven Wright might just be getting started. And as a knuckleballer, that's just fine.
5/17/2015 | Moncada to make Minors debut today
Highly-touted infielder Yoan Moncada, who signed a record-setting contract with the Red Sox in February, will make his debut for Class-A Greenville in a home game on Monday night against Lexington.
5/17/2015 | Miley gets the call as Red Sox host Gallardo, Rangers
After completing a 10-game road trip, the Red Sox return to Fenway for a six-game homestand that opens on Tuesday night against the Texas Rangers. For Texas, this is the start of a three-city, nine-game road trip that also includes visits to New York and Cleveland.
5/17/2015 | Paxton dominates Red Sox to lift Mariners
Mariners shortstop Brad Miller hit his third home run in the past two games and left-hander James Paxton extended his scoreless streak to 20 innings with eight shutout frames on Sunday as Seattle beat Boston, 5-0, at Safeco Field.
5/17/2015 | Ortiz enjoys challenge of facing King Felix
Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz isn't bragging. He is, however, smiling. As one of the game's premier hitters, Ortiz enjoys the challenge of facing the better pitchers. Few are as good, much less better, than Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez.
5/16/2015 | Red Sox turn to knuckleballer Wright vs. Mariners
Steven Wright, the only knuckleballer in the Majors other than R.A. Dickey, will take the mound for the Red Sox in Sunday's finale of this four-game series. The Mariners will counter with lefty James Paxton.
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