9/22/2014 | For Buchholz, everything begins with offseason
The enthusiasm Clay Buchholz speaks with these days doesn't necessarily mesh with the numbers (8-9, 5.29 ERA), which, by any measure, aren't pretty and haven't been all season. But the fact that the right-hander can find positives in his current situation and his immediate future is a very good thing for the 2015 Red Sox.
9/19/2014 | Papi passes Williams for most 30/100 seasons with Red Sox
When David Ortiz's 33rd home run of the season soared over the right-field wall at Camden Yards on Friday night, it gave him RBI No. 100, meaning the slugger had achieved yet another milestone.
9/19/2014 | Farrell believes in Vazquez as No. 1 catcher
Red Sox manager John Farrell has seen enough from Christian Vazquez to think the rookie can be the starting catcher next season if that's how the roster shakes out.
9/19/2014 | Castillo won't rest when season ends
Cuban outfielder Rusney Castillo will report to the Surprise Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League for the start of their season on Oct. 7. Roughly three weeks later, he will start playing Winter Ball in Puerto Rico.
9/19/2014 | Ortiz adds to legendary night with decisive blast
Powered by David Ortiz, who ripped two home runs, including a go-ahead, two-run blast, the Red Sox pulled out a 5-3, 10-inning victory over the Orioles on Friday night at Camden Yards.
9/18/2014 | Sox optimistic after Holt meets concussion specialist
After Brock Holt visited with noted concussion specialist Mickey Collins on Thursday, there was more optimism that the super-utilityman would be able to play again this season.
9/18/2014 | Struggling bats, bad-luck bounce sink Red Sox
In a season that went irreversibly sour weeks ago for the Red Sox, a new chapter of frustration was added in the top of the ninth inning on Thursday night against the Pirates in a play that might not be seen again anytime soon. Moments before a 3-2 loss that completed a three-game sweep, the Sox seemed on the verge of a comeback.
9/18/2014 | Gausman, O's set sights on race for AL's top record
With the American League East title locked up, the Orioles are now moving on to their pursuit of the best record in the AL and home-field advantage throughout the postseason. They open a three-game series against the Red Sox on Friday night behind Kevin Gausman. Boston counters with Allen Webster.
9/17/2014 | Looking to overtake Cards, Cole aims for sweep
With Gerrit Cole on the mound, the Pirates will try to sweep the Red Sox, who will counter with Brandon Workman, in Thursday's series finale at PNC Park.
9/17/2014 | Buchholz can't stop playoff-hungry Pirates
Just as he was settling into a nice late-season groove, Clay Buchholz was shelled on Wednesday night at PNC Park, as the Red Sox took a 9-1 loss to the Pirates.
9/16/2014 | Holt to see concussion specialist in Pittsburgh
Red Sox infielder Brock Holt will visit with concussion specialist Mickey Collins while the club is in Pittsburgh.
9/16/2014 | Castillo to debut for Red Sox tonight in Pittsburgh
Rusney Castillo will make his much-anticipated Major League debut tonight against the Pirates, when he starts in center field for the Red Sox.
9/16/2014 | MLB announces Clemente Award nominees
Major League Baseball and Chevrolet announced on Tuesday the names of the 30 club nominees for the Roberto Clemente Award presented by Chevrolet, and fan voting will begin Wednesday, Roberto Clemente Day, to help decide who succeeds Carlos Beltran as the winner of the prestigious community honor handed out annually at the World Series.
9/15/2014 | PawSox between Omaha and back-to-back titles
Down to its last strike in Game 4 of the Governors' Cup on Friday at Durham, Pawtucket rallied. Newly signed Cuban outfielder Rusney Castillo hit an RBI single to tie the game and Pawtucket went on to win in 13 innings. It won again the next day in Game 5 to claim the International League title for the first time since 2012.
9/15/2014 | PawSox stacked entering Triple-A title game
A total of 63 players have played for the Red Sox's Triple-A Pawtucket affiliate this year (including the postseason), and the club has made 214 roster moves. That led manager Kevin Boles to use 141 lineups in 144 games during the regular season.
9/15/2014 | Cecchini learned perseverance, toughness from down year
Cecchini's statistical resume with Pawtucket didn't match the lofty standards of his first three years in the Minor Leagues. This, however, is precisely why Cecchini, the Red Sox No. 3 prospect, says it was "the best year I've had."
9/15/2014 | Owens waiting his turn to get a taste of the Majors
Ever the competitor, Henry Owens wishes he could have joined his friends Anthony Ranaudo and Matt Barnes for their first foray into life in the big leagues. But Owens understands why he wasn't called up, and he values what he learned at Triple-A.
9/14/2014 | Morton returns to Pirates' rotation against Red Sox
On Tuesday, Pittsburgh will host the Red Sox in the first of a three-game set. Charlie Morton will make his first start for the Pirates in about a month because he's been dealing with a sports hernia. Anthony Ranaudo will go for Boston.
9/14/2014 | Nava's go-ahead slam lifts Red Sox over Royals
Xander Bogaerts went deep and drove in four runs and Daniel Nava hit a go-ahead grand slam as the Red Sox downed the Royals, 8-4, in Sunday's finale at Kauffman Stadium.
9/14/2014 | Wright impressing Red Sox with knuckler
Steven Wright, and his dancing knuckleball, represented the lone bright spot in the Red Sox's 7-1 loss to the Royals on Saturday.
9/13/2014 | Couch pitches PawSox to Governors' Cup title
Triple-A Pawtucket claimed its second Governors' Cup title in three years with a 4-1 win over Durham in the series' decisive Game 5 on Saturday night.
9/13/2014 | Vargas looks to put Royals atop AL Central
The Royals will look to maintain their grip on the second American League Wild Card while also attempting to overtake the Tigers in the AL Central standings in Sunday's series finale vs. the Red Sox. Kansas City will start Jason Vargas while Boston will counter with Joe Kelly.
9/13/2014 | Offense, De La Rosa struggle in Kansas City
The Red Sox finally discovered their own mortality against the Royals on Saturday. Boston dropped a 7-1 decision to Kansas City, its first loss in six games against the Royals this season. The Red Sox can still win the series on Sunday in game four.
9/13/2014 | Betts returns to natural position of second base
Two days ago, Red Sox manager John Farrell announced that Mookie Betts would shift to second base. The move became official on Saturday as Betts started his first career big league game at second base, the position Betts played at the apex of his meteoric rise through Boston's farm system.
9/12/2014 | Napoli, Papi slowed down by nagging injuries
Two of Boston's most lethal bats, Mike Napoli and David Ortiz, were not in Friday night's lineup against the Royals due to minor, nagging injuries. Napoli (finger, toe) missed the second of a four-game series at Kauffman Stadium, while Ortiz rested his ailing right foot.
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