5/4/2015 | Former teammates Smyly, Porcello set for matchup
Tampa Bay left-hander Drew Smyly and Red Sox right-hander Rick Porcello, former teammates with the Detroit Tigers, will square off in the second game of a three-game series on Tuesday at Fenway Park.
5/4/2015 | Rays' bats come alive, take opener vs. Red Sox
The Rays broke out quickly in Monday's opener of a three-game series at Fenway Park and never looked back, rolling to a 5-1 victory over the Red Sox.
5/4/2015 | Red Sox hope for best on Hanley's sprained shoulder
After a 5-1 loss to the Rays on Monday night, the Red Sox are hoping that the left shoulder sprain suffered by Hanley Ramirez doesn't keep him out for a prolonged period. Through a 12-14 start, the best thing the Red Sox have had going for them is Ramirez's potent bat.
5/4/2015 | Jimenez excited to join Red Sox; Hinojosa optioned
Growing up in the Dominican Republic, Luis Jimenez often looked up to fellow countryman Manny Ramirez, even hoping to play in historic Fenway Park himself one day. Now that the 27-year-old infielder is officially a member of the Red Sox, he can barely contain his excitement about taking the same field Ramirez starred on for so many years.
5/4/2015 | Syndergaard headlines Prospect Team of the Week
Noah Syndergaard threw a seven-inning shutout in the first game of a doubleheader on Monday, then came back five days later with seven more scoreless innings. His performance was the most impressive among prospects for the week of April 27-May 3.
5/4/2015 | MLB reveals 30 Honorary Bat Girl winners
Thirty winners were announced on Monday by Major League Baseball in the 2015 Honorary Bat Girl contest.
5/4/2015 | Farrell: Important for Sox to be better at home
David Ortiz smacked a line drive to center field at midnight as Sunday turned to Monday, and the fans at Fenway Park were waiting to erupt at the continuation of what could have been a storied rally. Instead, the ball hung up just long enough for Jacoby Ellsbury to snare it, ending another disappointing outcome for the home team.
5/4/2015 | Hinojosa fans A-Rod, limits Yanks in debut
Red Sox reliever Dalier Hinojosa stepped onto the Fenway Park grass and broke into a run before taking his spot on the mound in the eighth inning of Sunday night's 8-5 loss to the Yankees. Behind him, speedsters Jacoby Ellsbury and Brett Gardner stood on base. Ahead, Alex Rodriguez, the man with 660 career home runs, began wagging his bat above his head.
5/3/2015 | Yanks-Sox HBPs draw umpires' warning
The Yankees-Red Sox rivalry has had more than its fair share of testy moments over the years, and Sunday's game at Fenway Park provided yet another.
5/3/2015 | Red Sox win challenge of inning-ending DP
Red Sox manager John Farrell successfully challenged a call at first base in the bottom of the fourth inning of Sunday night's game against the Yankees.
5/3/2015 | Music icon Taylor debuts 'Angels of Fenway'
On Sunday, James Taylor paid a visit to Fenway Park and introduced gathered fans to "Angels of Fenway," a song he first conceived in 2004 after the Red Sox ended their 86-year title drought with a World Series championship.
5/3/2015 | Red Sox targeting May 11 return for Victorino
Injured right fielder Shane Victorino could begin a rehab assignment as soon as Friday, Red Sox manager John Farrell said, with Victorino's eventual return projected for the following Monday.
5/3/2015 | Teixeira, Gardner power Yanks' sweep of Sox
Mark Teixeira, Brett Gardner and Brian McCann accounted for seven of the Yankees' eight RBIs on the night as they completed the three-game sweep of the Red Sox with an 8-5 win on Sunday. Adam Warren earned the win, while Boston's Joe Kelly struggled before the Sox attempted a late rally.
5/3/2015 | Red Sox claim infielder Jimenez off waivers
The Red Sox claimed infielder Luis Jimenez off waivers from the Brewers on Sunday. In a corresponding move, the club transferred injured catcher Ryan Hanigan to the 60-day disabled list in order to make space for Jimenez on the 40-man roster.
5/3/2015 | Odorizzi set to face off against Buchholz in Boston
Jake Odorizzi will oppose Clay Buchholz for the second time this season when the Rays and Red Sox begin a three-game series at Fenway Park on Monday night at 7:10 p.m. ET.
5/2/2015 | Napoli frustrated by lack of results at plate
Mike Napoli's body language after his final at-bat in Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Yankees said it all.
5/2/2015 | Miley gives Red Sox quality effort in defeat
In the wake of an April that was nothing but showers for Red Sox pitcher Wade Miley, his first start of May showed signs that this month could be a little sunnier for him.
5/2/2015 | Hanigan out until at least All-Star break
Ryan Hanigan had his fractured right hand surgically repaired on Saturday, and Red Sox manager John Farrell doesn't expect his starting catcher back before the All-Star break.
5/2/2015 | Swihart gets first hit in big league debut
Ever since Blake Swihart was selected by the Red Sox in the first round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft, he tried to envision what it would be like to throw on the gear and catch a game at Fenway Park. Saturday afternoon, a day after Ryan Hanigan suffered a broken bone in his right hand, Swihart got to find out. He batted ninth for the Red Sox in a rivalry showdown with the Yankees.
5/2/2015 | Kelly, Warren set for series finale at Fenway
With Fenway Park playing host once again, the Red Sox and Yankees wrap up their second series of the year before a national TV audience on Sunday night.
5/2/2015 | Tazawa bemoans missing with 3-0 pitch to A-Rod
Once Junichi Tazawa fell behind 3-0 to Alex Rodriguez in the eighth inning on Friday night, he wanted to avoid walking him. But in hindsight, he would have been better off doing so. Boston's righty reliever left a fastball in the middle of the plate, and A-Rod hammered it for a go-ahead homer, the 660th blast of his career. It wound up being a crushing blow for the Red Sox in a 3-2 loss.
5/2/2015 | Fan interference takes away potential Sox run
On Friday, as Boston held a tenuous one-run lead over the rival Yankees in the fourth inning, catcher Ryan Hanigan belted a double down the left-field line that should have scored Xander Bogaerts and put the Red Sox up, 3-1. But as it bounced off the dirt and up toward the seats beneath the Green Monster, an overzealous fan reached out, glove extended, touching the live ball.
5/1/2015 | Hanigan breaks right hand; Swihart called up
Already without Christian Vazquez for the season, the Red Sox suffered another substantial blow to their catching depth on Friday night when Ryan Hanigan suffered a fracture to the fifth metacarpal in his right hand. Blake Swihart, ranked as the No. 1 catching prospect by MLB.com, will be recalled from Triple-A in time for Saturday's game against the Yankees, a source has confirmed.
5/1/2015 | Sox to honor pennant-winning 1975 club
On Tuesday night, alumni of the 1975 American League pennant-winning Red Sox squad will be on hand at Fenway Park to celebrate the 40-year anniversary of that season before Boston takes on the Rays.
5/1/2015 | Craig gets start in right, hits first HR of '15
Just a few days after Red Sox manager John Farrell expressed hesitation about playing seldom-used Allen Craig in the expansive right field of Fenway Park, the former Cardinal got his first home start of the season there in Friday night's 3-2 loss to the Yankees. The move paid off in a big way when Craig took CC Sabathia deep in the fourth inning.
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