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2019 Schedule
10-15, 4th in AL East
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Pedroia teaches LHP Rodriguez new breaking ball

Red Sox lefty Eduardo Rodriguez had his best outing of the season Wednesday night and credited his success to a new grip on his breaking ball taught to him by veteran second baseman Dustin Pedroia.

Betts' double off the wall for an RBI (0:32)
Red Sox play small ball for early lead (0:35)

BBTN: Phillies/Mets, McCutchen, Dodgers' Roberts

Before in-depth conversations with Dave Roberts (27:14) and Andrew McCutchen (42:06), Buster talks to Boog Sciambi about the Mets-Phillies gripes, Mike Trout, Chris Sale & more (8:46). Plus, a dive into the numbers with Paul Hembekides (36:49).


Sale remains winless as Tigers beat Red Sox in DH opener

Chris Sale remained winless after five starts but struck out a season-high 10 in five innings as the Detroit Tigers beat the Boston Red Sox 7-4 Tuesday to start their first doubleheader sweep at Fenway Park since August 1965.

Boston's top prospect hits first career home run (0:26)

Sale remains winless as Tigers beat Red Sox in DH opener

Chris Sale remained winless after five starts but managed not to take a loss for the first time this year, allowing two runs over five innings as the Boston Red Sox lost to the Detroit Tigers 7-4 in a doubleheader opener Tuesday.

How serious is Eovaldi's elbow injury? (0:52)

This Just In  

Red Sox pitcher Nathan Eovaldi will have elbow surgery Thursday and will be out of action for 4-6 weeks, a source confirmed to ESPN. The Athletic first reported that Eovaldi would have surgery. The Red Sox placed Eovaldi on the injured list Saturday because of a loose body in his right (throwing) elbow. Red Sox president Dave Dombrowski said then there was a chance the loose body, described as cartilage, was there when Eovaldi underwent surgery while with the Tampa Bay Rays in March 2018 and missed two months.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Finally, some momentum for the Red Sox: They beat the Rays 4-3 in 11 innings to sweep three games from the Rays to win their first series of 2019. Let's just say there's a big difference between being 5 games back or 11 games back. And now they return to Fenway for an 11-game homestand.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Matt Barnes had been dominant so far this season, striking out more than half the batters he'd faced, but Tommy Pham just took a hanging curveball out to right-center, just sneaking it over the railing to tie the game in the bottom of the eighth. The Red Sox are going for the series sweep.

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Michael Chavis' mad scramble to reach The Show

Buying a change of clothes at the airport, racing to the park, then being told to get ready to hit minutes later? Welcome to the majors, Mr. Chavis.


Red Sox get 1st series win, beat Rays 6-5 behind Benintendi

The World Series champion Boston Red Sox won a series for the first time this season when Andrew Benintendi hit a grand slam and a tiebreaking ninth-inning sacrifice fly and catcher Christian Vazquez picked off Tommy Pham for the final out in a 6-5...

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Eovaldi (elbow) to see doctor, may face surgery

Nathan Eovaldi, who has a 6.00 ERA in his four starts this season for the Red Sox, will have his right elbow evaluated by a doctor before making a decision on surgery, which could keep him out two months.

This Just In  

The Red Sox placed right-hander Nathan Eovaldi (0-0, 6.00 ERA in four starts) on the 10-day injured list with a loose body in the right elbow, retroactive to April 18. To fill Eovaldi's spot on the active 25-man roster, Boston recalled left-hander Bobby Poyner from Triple-A Pawtucket ahead of Saturday night's road game against the Tampa Bay Rays.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average5.54
Quality Starts5
Batting Average.236
On Base Percentage.317
Slugging Percentage.386