Red Sox News

  • Go-ahead triple by Holt lifts Red Sox vs. O's

    The O's tied the game in the sixth when a call was overturned, but it was a temporary setback for the Red Sox on their way to a 4-2 win over Baltimore on Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park.

  • Benches clear at Fenway after pitch to Ross

    The benches cleared at Fenway Park on Saturday after O's righty Bud Norris threw a pitch up and in to Red Sox catcher David Ross. Things settled down, and Boston won the game, 4-2.

  • Red Sox's Sizemore plays right for first time

    Grady Sizemore made his first career appearance in right field on Saturday afternoon against the Orioles at Fenway Park. A nine-year veteran, Sizemore has primarily played center field during his big league career.

  • Victorino goes 0-for-3 in first rehab game

    Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino, who has been on the disabled list all season after straining his right hamstring in the final Spring Training game, went 0-for-3 in his first rehab game for Triple-A Pawtucket on Saturday. He played right field for six innings.

  • Ubaldo looking for better results vs. Red Sox

    O's righty Ubaldo Jimenez, who is still looking for his first quality start this season, will face the Red Sox for the second time this year on Sunday night at Fenway Park. Jake Peavy will start for Boston.

  • Call at first overturned on O's first challenge

    After O's outfielder Nelson Cruz was originally called out at first in the sixth inning, the umpires overturned the call following a replay review, which meant Cruz had an RBI single and the game against the Red Sox was tied at 2. Baltimore lost the game, 4-2.

  • Lackey roughed up as Red Sox fall to Orioles

    On a frigid Friday night at Fenway Park -- with a first-pitch temperature of 39 degrees -- John Lackey and the Red Sox struggled to find a rhythm in an 8-4 loss to the Orioles. Lackey allowed six runs for the second straight start, giving up 10 hits over 5 1/3 innings.

  • Papi, Gomes expect emotional Patriots' Day

    As it has been for most of the week throughout the Greater Boston area, this weekend will be an emotional time for many remembering the anniversary of the tragedies of last year's Boston Marathon and the events that followed. Fenway Park will be no different.

  • Red Sox call up Holt; Roberts designated

    The Red Sox recalled infielder Brock Holt from Triple-A Pawtucket and designated infielder Ryan Roberts for assignment.

  • Farrell appeals to umpires, who overturn call

    Red Sox manager John Farrell had been 0-for-3 in challenging calls this season, including one on the first pitch of Friday night's game, but he finally got a call to go in his favor.

  • Napoli back at cleanup; Uehara back in 'pen

    The Red Sox had slugger Mike Napoli back in the cleanup hole and closer Koji Uehara back in the bullpen for Thursday night's 3-1 win in the series finale against the White Sox.

  • Ross sends Red Sox, Lester home with win

    David Ross went the other way for an RBI double down the line in right with one out in the top of the ninth to snap a tie and lead Boston to a 3-1 victory on Thursday night in the rubber match of a three-game series against the White Sox.

  • Rogers: Lester's gem could be turning point

    Two teams play for 14 innings one night. It takes one of them walking 15 guys, the last two by a backup infielder, for the other team, the one that made two errors in the first inning, to win. And the night after walkapalooza, two of the best left-handers in the game, Jon Lester and Chris Sale, team up to make imaginations race.

  • Sox to observe Marathon tragedy anniversary

    Prior to Sunday's game vs. the Orioles, the Red Sox will commemorate the one-year anniversary of last year's Boston Marathon tragedy.

  • Boston hospital staff looks back on Marathon

    For the Red Sox, they know they will be tested when playing division rivals or in the postseason. But for the staff at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, the calendar is not as useful a tool when it comes to knowing when their next test will come.

  • Bogaerts off Twitter after accidental tweet

    Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts expressed remorse for accidentally tweeting a picture of a woman who wasn't fully dressed, and he noted it was a learning experience.

  • Victorino ready for Minors rehab assignment

    The Red Sox are getting closer to being able to field their whole lineup together for the first time this season. Right fielder Shane Victorino, who started the season on the disabled list with a right hamstring strain, will start a Minor League rehab assignment on Saturday.

  • Bradley's two-run double lifts Boston in 14th

    Their bats lacking thump yet again, the Red Sox relied on 15 walks and three sacrifice flies to pull out a 6-4, 14-inning victory over the White Sox on Wednesday night at U.S. Cellular Field.