7/11/2014 | Peavy not paying attention to trade rumors
Despite recent trade rumors, Jake Peavy and the Red Sox are proceeding as normal for the right-hander's start on Saturday in Houston.
7/11/2014 | Victorino to be evaluated at end of weekend
The Red Sox are waiting to see how rehabbing outfielder Shane Victorino feels at the end of the weekend.
7/11/2014 | Everyday job working out well for Holt
Brock Holt has already played more games this season than he played in his first two Major League campaigns combined.
7/10/2014 | Carp sends Red Sox to second straight walk-off win
Koji Uehara was unable to close out Jon Lester's gem, but Mike Carp hit a walk-off single in the 10th to propel the Red Sox to a 4-3 win over the White Sox on Thursday at Fenway Park.
7/10/2014 | Victorino set to begin rehab assignment
Shane Victorino left the Red Sox's clubhouse prior to the team's game Thursday and headed 30 miles northwest to Lowell, where he was scheduled to begin a rehab assignment with the short-season Class A Spinners.
7/10/2014 | Farrell yet to map out pitching plan for All-Star Game
Red Sox manager John Farrell said on Thursday that he hasn't begun to figure out how he will use the 13 pitchers on the American League All-Star team, including ace Jon Lester.
7/10/2014 | Feldman leads Astros against Red Sox in opener
The defending World Series champion Red Sox make their only visit to Minute Maid Park this season to open a three-game series on Friday vs. Scott Feldman and the Astros.
7/10/2014 | Twice as nice: Mookie's speed on full display in rallies
Mookie Betts reached base just five times in his first six games, so he hasn't gotten to showcase his speed, which he considers his best attribute. On Wednesday night at Fenway Park, Betts made a heads-up play and took advantage of that speed to start an eighth inning rally in a 5-4 walk-off win over the White Sox.
7/9/2014 | Quality matters: Lester dealing as break nears
Jon Lester has been one of the few bright spots for the Red Sox this season, and he'll take the mound opposite the White Sox Jose Quintana in Thursday afternoon's series finale at Fenway Park.
7/9/2014 | Brock star: Rookie delivers walk-off single
The Red Sox scored three runs in the eighth and then two in the ninth to beat the White Sox, 5-4, and snap a four-game skid on Wednesday night at Fenway Park.
7/9/2014 | Cherington: Red Sox in 'unusual, unique' position
Even in 2012, when the Red Sox finished in last place and lost 93 games, they were still in the pennant race at the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline.
7/9/2014 | Place in standings won't impact Lester negotiations
General manager Ben Cherington doesn't think the team's place in the standings will have much of an impact on how he views contract negotiations with Jon Lester.
7/9/2014 | Vazquez's dream of reaching Majors comes true
The cannon arm of Christian Vazquez is now on full display for the Red Sox, as the catcher made his Major League debut on Wednesday night at Fenway Park against the White Sox.
7/9/2014 | Uehara tabbed to replace Tanaka on AL squad
At the age of 39 years old, Red Sox closer Koji Uehara will experience the joy of being an All-Star for the first time in his Major League career.
7/9/2014 | Struggling Pierzynski designated for assignment
By designating veteran catcher A.J. Pierzynski for assignment on Wednesday, the Red Sox acknowledged that their place in the American League East standings made the timing right to bring another highly-touted prospect to the Majors.
7/8/2014 | Final Vote leader Sale takes mound at Fenway Park
White Sox left-hander Chris Sale will have one final start to convince fans that he should win the American League Final Vote before the results are announced on Thursday at 4 p.m. ET. On Wednesday night, Sale squares off against Red Sox right-hander Rubby De La Rosa.
7/8/2014 | Momentum fades in another Red Sox home loss
The Red Sox offense came to life during a three-run fifth inning, but that momentum quickly subsided when Brandon Workman gave up a two-run homer in the sixth as the Red Sox dropped an 8-3 decision to the White Sox on Tuesday night at Fenway Park.
7/8/2014 | Richardson named Red Sox All-Star Teacher
Paul Richardson of Crawford Middle School in Lexington, Ky., was named the Red Sox All-Star Teacher on Wednesday when Major League Baseball, Target and PEOPLE announced the campaign's 30 winners, one for each club.
7/8/2014 | Victorino out until after All-Star break
Shane Victorino will not return to the Red Sox lineup before the All-Star break and the start of his rehab assignment will be pushed back from Wednesday to Thursday, manager John Farrell said Tuesday.
7/8/2014 | Peavy understands rumors, hopes to stay in Boston
Twice in his career, Red Sox right-hander Jake Peavy has been traded just prior to the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline. Peavy is realistic enough to know that a third deal could happen before this month ends.
7/8/2014 | Bryant, Betts highlight First-Half All-Prospect team
MLBPipeline.com has put together a First-Half All-Prospect team, featuring the prospects who performed the best during the first few months of the 2014 season. The list includes Cubs 2013 first-round Draft pick Kris Bryant and a trio of Red Sox, led by Mookie Betts.
7/7/2014 | Red-hot Danks tries to wear down Red Sox
John Danks has been consistently dominant on the mound and the White Sox hope to get another quality start from the left-hander on Tuesday night against the Red Sox, who will start Brandon Workman.
7/7/2014 | Buchholz bitten by big flies in loss to White Sox
Clay Buchholz gave up a pair of home runs and the Red Sox offense was limited to just two hits en route to a 4-0 loss to the White Sox on Monday night at a rainy Fenway Park.
7/7/2014 | Red Sox win challenge of close play at first base
Red Sox manager John Farrell won his challenge of a call at first base in the fifth inning on Monday night against the White Sox. An original safe ruling was overturned when replays showed Mike Napoli tagged Adam Eaton, who was running down the line.
7/7/2014 | Big Papi happy to let others go to All-Star Game
For the last decade, David Ortiz was as close to a fixture as one could be at the All-Star Game, representing the Red Sox in nine of the last 10 seasons. But he recognized that others were more deserving this year and is looking forward to a break.
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