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Topic - Boston Red Sox
It was a repeat performance the John Lackey could have done without.
Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale refused to hang his head after being outdueled by Boston Red Sox starter Jon Lester.
The White Sox bullpen provided one opportunity after another.
The Boston Red Sox believed they were headed to extra innings on a frigid night at U.S. Cellular Field.
Alexei Ramirez is finding different ways of helping the White Sox earn dramatic victories.
Two weeks into the season, manager John Farrell and the Boston Red Sox have had about enough of baseball's expanded replay system.
Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell was ejected Sunday night after arguing a call that was overturned on replay in favor of the New York Yankees.
CC Sabathia was looking better than he had all season, maybe even most of last season, until David Ortiz lumbered up the first base line with a tapper toward third base that beat the pull shift.
Brian McCann was far from panic mode. He was hitting the ball well, and figured positive results would follow.
With every pitch John Lackey threw, that short right-field porch at Yankee Stadium seemed to move closer and closer.
Grady Sizemore's big hit against an old friend ensured Jon Lester finally had something to show for an impressive effort.
This much is clear: Michael Pineda had a dark substance smudged on his pitching hand during his first win for the New York Yankees.
Instant replay, meet the Pesky Pole.
Neal Cotts didn't care what the replay showed. He knew he had thrown a poor pitch.
The Boston Red Sox are celebrating their relationship with Japan.