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MLB - Boston Redsox

MLB - Boston Redsox

The latest breaking news and Boston Red Sox coverage at CLNS Radio.

       

The Boston Red Sox (69-53) look to take three out of four from the Detroit Tigers (64-59) on Sunday afternoon. Henry Owens makes a spot start for Boston against Justin Verlander. Here are the starting lineups, pregame notes, and daily links for August 21, 2016.
The game started with an hour-and-a-half rain delay and it was also interrupted after the fifth inning with another rain delay over an hour, but in the end, the Boston Red Sox (69-53) took down the Detroit Tigers (64-59) 3-2 behind a 2-run dinger from David Ortiz and dominant pitching…
Despite an 11-7 record in the month of August, the Red Sox look to be heating up as of late, winning seven of their past eight games, including a big 10-2 win last night.  
If you had Rick Porcello and J.A. Happ leading the majors in wins on August 19th, you might want to start picking Powerball numbers too.
Tonight, Boston Red Sox strong righty, Rick Porcello (16-3, 3.30 ERA) is set to square off with the Detroit Tigers and Cy Young candidate, Michael Fulmer (10-3 2.25 ERA) as the two teams tango for one of the two Wild Card playoff spots.
The Boston Red Sox (67-53) bullpen collapsed to surrender a eighth-inning lead as the Detroit Tigers (64-58) defeated Boston 4-3 after Clay Buchholz (4-9, 5.42) and Matt Boyd (4-2, 4.16) exited after six with the game level.
The Boston Red Sox (67-52) will get right back to work as they arrived this morning to play the Detroit Tigers (63-57). The Red Sox have won their past six games and are looking to keep their momentum going on this road trip having won three straight. The Tigers swept…
Red Sox swept the Baltimore Orioles in their short two game series as rain drops kept falling on their heads.  
The Boston Red Sox (66-52) look to take two in a row from the Baltimore Orioles (66-52) as they wrap up their two-game set Wednesday night at Camden Yards.
The Boston Red Sox (66-52) won their fifth straight game and third in a row in three different cities as they take the first of two against the Baltimore Orioles (66-52). Mookie Betts continued to torch the Orioles pitching to drive in all five runs in the win. Eduardo Rodriguez…
The Boston Red Sox (65-52) will look to win their fifth straight game as they travel to Camden Yards to take on the first place Baltimore Orioles (66-51). The Red Sox are in their second city of four on this eleven game trip and will look to keep momentum from…
The Boston Red Sox made a quick pit stop to Cleveland on Monday to make up their game from April 7th before beginning a two-game set with the Baltimore Orioles.
After scoring 31 runs in a three-game sweep over the last-place Diamondbacks, the Boston Red Sox (64-52) embark on a crazy trip that starts with an afternoon make-up game against the streaking Cleveland Indians (67-48).  Boston will look to snap the Indians’ four-game winning streak (whenever the rain allows them),…
On a blazing hot day, the Boston Red Sox (64-52) bats couldn't have been hotter as Mookie Betts went 4-for-6 with 3 homers and 8 RBI and Dustin Pedroia had five hits to lead the club to a 3-game sweep over the Arizona Diamondbacks (48-69) at Fenway. 
As the season winds down, there is one player whose performance is vital to the Red Sox making a trip to the post season. 
The Boston Red Sox (63-52) send Rick Porcello to the mound for a chance to sweep the Arizona Diamondbacks (48-68) on Sunday afternoon. The D-backs will counter with Zack Greinke. Here is a look at the starting lineups, pre-game notes, and daily links for August 14, 2016.
The Boston Red Sox (63-52) powered past the Arizona Diamondbacks (48-68) on Saturday night to win their first series since mid-July. 
Clay Buchholz (4-9, 5.64) returns to the rotation for a spot-start against Archie Bradley (4-7, 4.80) and the Arizona Diamondbacks (48-67) as the Boston Red Sox (62-52) fight to maintain position in the playoff race.  
After two absolutely brutal losses, that saw the Boston Red Sox’ bullpen allow 11 runs to a depleted Yankees’ lineup, a lengthy start by David Price and plenty of early offense from Hanley Ramirez was just what the doctor ordered to snap the team’s two game losing streak.
After seeing their bullpen produce two of their ugliest performances in two straight losses to the Yankees, the Boston Red Sox (61-52) will look to right the ship in the first game of a three-game set with the Arizona Diamondbacks (48-66) at hot and steamy Fenway Park.  David Price takes…