5/22/2016 | Papi-cycle? Frozen rope nearly clinched it
In the final season of his illustrious 20-year career, David Ortiz has few things he's yet to accomplish. In Sunday's 5-2 win against the Indians, the Red Sox designated hitter nearly checked one more thing off that list.
5/22/2016 | JBJ keeps on hitting, extends streak to 27
In the fifth inning of Sunday's 5-2 Red Sox win over the Indians, Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a line-drive single to right field on a Danny Salazar curveball, pushing his hitting streak to 27 games in the series finale at Fenway Park.
5/22/2016 | Aggressive Red Sox finding success on bases
The Red Sox are taking more and more chances on the basepaths. At this point last season, Boston was 14-for-19 in stolen-base attempts. Through 43 games this year, the Red Sox have more than double that amount, going 31-for-34.
5/22/2016 | Napoli grateful for warm reception in Boston
Mike Napoli only spent three seasons in Boston, but the first baseman has a World Series ring, forever endearing him to Red Sox fans. Now with the Indians, Napoli felt that appreciation when he received a standing ovation from the Fenway Park crowd Friday night.
5/22/2016 | Price aims for 7th win in series opener vs. Rockies
Veteran lefty Jorge De La Rosa returns to the Rockies' rotation Tuesday at Fenway Park, where he will be greeted by a Red Sox lineup that has shown it is motivated to score big behind lefty David Price in an Interleague opener.
5/22/2016 | Papi powers Sox to series win over Tribe
The Red Sox made Danny Salazar work and then they made him pay. Powered by another big day from David Ortiz, Boston picked up a 5-2 victory over the Indians on Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park to win the three-game series.
5/21/2016 | Kelly returns to boost Red Sox's lone weak spot
Forget the possibility of Joe Kelly throwing a no-hitter at Fenway Park on Saturday afternoon. There was something a lot larger in play: the construction of a postseason team. Little by little, the Red Sox appear to be getting there.
5/21/2016 | Kelly thrilled by power in shoulder
The flirtation with a no-hitter was Joe Kelly's second favorite thing about his return to the mound on Saturday. What made this a truly special day for Kelly was the sustained power he felt in his right arm throughout a 9-1 victory over the Indians.
5/21/2016 | Leading man: Betts heating up at plate
Don't look now, but Mookie Betts is on a roll. The Red Sox's leadoff hitter, who's been in a bit of a slump, was an offensive powerhouse in a 9-1 win over the Indians on Saturday at Fenway Park.
5/21/2016 | With Bradley streaking, Porcello eyes rebound
The red-hot Jackie Bradley Jr. aims to extend his hitting streak to 27 games, only eight games away from tying Dom DiMaggio for the longest streak in franchise history, as the Red Sox look to claim their series against the Indians on Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park.
5/21/2016 | Kelly flirts with history in gem vs. Tribe
Joe Kelly was brilliant in his return to action, firing 6 2/3 no-hit innings before Juan Uribe cracked a double into the gap in right-center to break it up. Mookie Betts backed Kelly with two homers, including a grand slam, as the Red Sox rolled to a 9-1 victory over the Indians on Saturday at Fenway Park.
5/21/2016 | Bradley singles; hitting streak at 26 games
Jackie Bradley Jr.'s hitting streak continued to 26 games in the sixth inning of the Red Sox's 9-1 victory over the Indians on an infield single that looked like it was going into center field before second baseman Jason Kipnis made a diving stop to his right.
5/21/2016 | Johnson undergoing treatment for anxiety
Left-hander Brian Johnson, ranked sixth among Red Sox prospects by MLBpipeline.com, was placed on the temporary inactive list by Triple-A Pawtucket so he can seek treatment for anxiety.
5/21/2016 | Holt to see concussion specialist on Tuesday
Red Sox left fielder Brock Holt should have more information on his concussion when he visits with Dr. Mickey Collins in Pittsburgh on Tuesday.
5/21/2016 | E-Rod close to resuming rehab assignment
Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez had a strong work session before Saturday's game against the Indians and should be able to resume his Minor League rehab assignment with Triple-A Pawtucket on Tuesday.
5/20/2016 | With JBJ streaking, Kelly returns to Sox's rotation
Jackie Bradley Jr. looks to push his hitting streak to 26 games, already the longest in the Major Leagues this season, during Saturday afternoon's matchup between the Red Sox and Indians at Fenway Park.
5/20/2016 | Kluber extends Tribe's winning streak to five
Corey Kluber navigated out of some early trouble to turn in a strong start on Friday night, leading the Indians to a 4-2 victory over the Red Sox in the opener of a three-game series at Fenway Park.
5/20/2016 | JBJ extends hitting streak to 25 in loss
There is nothing cheap about the way Jackie Bradley Jr. is extending his hitting streak. He is doing it with authoritative swings against some of the toughest pitchers in baseball.
5/20/2016 | Holt's concussion leads to Swihart's return
After suffering whiplash on a diving play against the Athletics on May 10, Brock Holt thought he had a run-of-the-mill neck strain. But the symptoms didn't go away, and the left fielder was placed on the seven-day concussion disabled list prior to Friday's home game against the Indians.
5/20/2016 | Smith to get second opinion on sore elbow
Side-winding reliever Carson Smith, who pitched just three times in his two weeks on the active roster, was placed back on the 15-day disabled list on Friday with recurring soreness in his right elbow.
5/20/2016 | Pinder, Taillon among top prospect performers Thursday
A look at the best performances from top prospects Thursday.
5/19/2016 | Lucchino's induction caps his Red Sox legacy
Larry Lucchino, who served as team president and CEO from 2002 until last season, was inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame on Thursday, alongside former memorable players Tim Wakefield and Jason Varitek.
5/19/2016 | Battery of Wakefield, 'Tek joins Red Sox Hall of Fame
Jason Varitek made his first start behind the plate on April 2, 1998. That same day, standing 60 feet in front of him on the mound was former Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield. Eighteen years later on Thursday at the Sheraton Boston Hotel, Wakefield and Varitek marched into the Red Sox Hall of Fame.
5/19/2016 | 5 explanations for JBJ's breakout
While this streakiness will surely frustrate Red Sox fans who dream of Jackie Bradley Jr. spending the next decade of his life hitting like he has through mid-May, he's also not the same hitter who struggled in 2013-14.
5/19/2016 | Price has complete command of arsenal
David Price has had more spectacular starts for the Red Sox than his 5-2 win over the Royals on Wednesday night, but this one was probably the most gratifying.
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