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Red Sox look to Price tonight in Tampa

OPENING ACT: Chris Sale, who turns 29 years old today, allowed only 1 hit in 6.0 scoreless innings yesterday...The last pitchers to throw 6.0+ scoreless innings and allow no more than 1 hit on Opening Day were Clayton Kershaw (2016), Sonny Gray (2015), and Kevin Brown (1997)...No other Red Sox pitcher has done that since at least 1908. Read more

Rest and recovery should be in the front of Farrell’s mind in the final week of the season

By Kevin Flanagan  BSD Senior Staff Writer  With a four-game lead, and only six dates remaining on the Red Sox regular-season schedule, an AL East Division clinching party is pretty much a lock to take place at Fenway Park before the week is out. While the champagne is sure to be flowing in the clubhouse when the deed is done, what the Sox could really use now...
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Rafael to the rescue – the Red Sox are a different team with Devers

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer It’s no secret, third base has been a black hole offensively since the start of the season for the Red Sox. Why president of baseball operations thought he was all set with a reduced in volume – and, in hindsight, ability – Pablo Sandoval, and did not feel the need to protect him club at the position by...
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