Red Sox right-hander Rick Porcello hasn't been able to replicate the kind of numbers he put up when he won last year's American League Cy Young Award, but he is coming off a quality start and will look to build on it against the Twins on Wednesday. Minnesota will counter with rookie left-hander Adalberto Mejia.
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Two lengthy rain delays did nothing to dampen the Boston bats, as the Red Sox rode a steady stream of hits and a strong pitching performance by Drew Pomeranz en route to a 9-2 victory over the Twins on Tuesday night at Fenway Park.
Mookie Betts needs a late surge to earn a spot in the AL's starting outfield. Hurry up and vote. All-Star balloting ends Thursday at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Fenway Park storms produce amazing pictures
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As the time ticked away during Tuesday's 76-minute rain delay, Red Sox left-hander Drew Pomeranz hardly ever stopped moving. If he was going to have any chance to keep pitching, Pomeranz knew he would have to stay loose.
The Red Sox were without manager John Farrell for Tuesday night's game vs. the Twins after Major League Baseball issued him a one-game suspension for his actions arguing a balk call with umpire Bill Miller during Saturday's contest against the Angels.
Chris Sale's latest pitching clinic helped deliver the Red Sox a 4-1 victory over the Twins in Monday night's opener of a four-game series between two teams that started the day in first place in their respective divisions.
Who do the Red Sox have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Boston's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
With a significant jam in progress in the top of the seventh inning and the Red Sox clinging to a one-run lead over the Twins, manager John Farrell took ace Chris Sale out of Monday night's game at 108 pitches. It is the type of decision that gets second-guessed in any market if it doesn't work.
In the final balloting update released Monday, Mookie Betts currently ranks sixth in the outfield in the Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot.
Pablo Sandoval's latest attempt to build some momentum this season starts Tuesday when he opens a Minor League rehab assignment for Triple-A Pawtucket.
Millar still raking, homers with indy team
At 5 a.m. ET on Saturday, Doug Fister was arriving in Boston from his red-eye flight. At 3 p.m. on Sunday, he was walking off of the mound to a standing ovation at Fenway Park.
It wasn't the offensive barrage that many were expecting, but the Angels escaped Fenway Park on Sunday afternoon with a series win, propelling themselves back over .500.
The mystery injury that David Price acquired during his start against the Angels on Saturday was revealed to be a cracked fingernail on the middle finger of his left hand.
Logan Ice put together one of the best offensive games of his young career and led Class A Lake County to a 15-6 win over Dayton on Sunday.
Which happened first? Red Sox lefty Fernando Abad committing a balk, or Angels right fielder Kole Calhoun being granted time by home plate umpire Ryan Blakney? The one thing was clear is that Red Sox manager John Farrell became completely incensed by the sequence of events and was ejected.
The Angels pieced together enough offense against David Price and rode a strong pitching performance by JC Ramirez to a 6-3 victory over the Red Sox on Sunday night at Fenway Park.
The rash of injuries in the infield continued for the Red Sox, as Josh Rutledge was placed on the seven-day concussion list prior to Saturday's game against the Angels.
Pedro Jr. visits Fenway, takes BP
The Red Sox are targeting a Minor League rehab start for lefty Eduardo Rodriguez on Thursday at Double-A Portland, and he could only need the one outing before rejoining Boston's rotation.
The chance to step onto the playing field at Fenway Park with a ball and bat is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, rain or shine. That was the mindset of the 23 kids who were a part of the Red Sox Championship round of Major League Baseball's Pitch Hit & Run event on Saturday morning.
Thirteen-year-old Ryan Murdock, a Mookie Betts fan who loves scoring games and analyzing statistics, is in the midst of his first season playing with the Miracle League, a non-profit organization that provides children with disabilities the opportunity to play baseball.
To the delight of the roaring Fenway faithful, David Ortiz's No. 34 was placed on the right-field facade prior to the Red Sox's 9-4 win against the Angels on Friday night alongside the team's other legendary numbers.
David Ortiz returned to Fenway Park on Friday night for the first time since his retirement to watch the Red Sox affix his No. 34 atop the right-field facade during a special pregame ceremony. The Red Sox gave him even more reason to c
Now that David Ortiz's No. 34 is officially retired, the attention can shift to when he will come back to work for the Red Sox.
Hours before the Red Sox were set to retire David Ortiz's No. 34 on Friday night at Fenway Park, Angels manager Mike Scioscia sat in the visitors' dugout reminiscing about the first time he saw Ortiz play.
Ortiz tosses amusing first pitch at ceremony
By the time David Ortiz retired, the Red Sox had raised three World Series banners at Fenway Park. But when the lefty slugger stepped to the plate a little after 1 a.m. on October 18, 2004, Boson hadn't tasted a baseball championship since 1918.
Yawkey Way Extension is now officially David Ortiz Drive.
The celebrating of David Ortiz will be there for all to see tonight, when his No. 34 takes a permanent place on the right-field façade of Fenway Park. But the celebration started on Thursday.
It's easy to see the fun that Mookie Betts has on a daily basis when he steps between the lines for the Red Sox. Even outside of the lines it's the mission that he lives by and preaches, and something he was sure to reiterate to the 200 children on hand for the inaugural Citi Mookie Betts Baseball Clinic at Woburn Memorial High School on Thursday evening.