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7/28/2015 | White Sox back Shark for sixth straight win

Melky Cabrera tallied four hits, Jose Abreu went deep and a solid Jeff Samardzija pitched into the ninth inning on Tuesday night as the surging White Sox cruised to a 9-4 win over the Red Sox at Fenway Park.


7/28/2015 | Pedro in vintage form as Sox retire No. 45

To the right of the other seven Red Sox players who have had their numbers retired on the right-field facade at Fenway Park, there is finally the number of a pitcher -- arguably the best in the history of a baseball-crazed city -- Pedro Martinez.


7/28/2015 | Betts flies over fence on catch-turned-homer

What was nearly an amazing catch by Red Sox center fielder Mookie Betts became a wild two-run homer for White Sox slugger Jose Abreu on Tuesday night at Fenway Park.


7/28/2015 | Napoli taking trade buzz in stride

With Friday's Trade Deadline approaching, outfielder Shane Victorino may not be the only veteran shipped off by the Red Sox this week. First baseman Mike Napoli, who is set to become a free agent this winter, has also been mentioned in trade rumors.


7/28/2015 | White Sox rave about Pedro

Among White Sox pitchers, Jeff Samardzija stands as the best hitter of that group. That level of talent still didn't prepare him for a lone career at-bat against Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez, who had his No. 45 retired by the Red Sox prior to Tuesday night's game.


7/28/2015 | Sox claim Machi, transfer Buchholz to 60-day DL

The Red Sox, in need of some bullpen depth, claimed right-hander Jean Machi off waivers from the Giants on Tuesday. To make room for Machi on the 40-man roster, the club transferred right-hander Clay Buchholz to the 60-day disabled list.


7/28/2015 | Bob Feller Act of Valor Award nominees announced

The active Major League players and Hall of Famers nominated for the 2015 Bob Feller Act of Valor Award were revealed Tuesday.


7/28/2015 | Kelly fighting to find consistency on mound

Joe Kelly's time in a Red Sox uniform has been dominated by his own inconsistency and the team's flustered attempts to harness his exceptional athleticism. That trend continued on Monday night during a 10-8 loss to the White Sox at Fenway Park.


7/27/2015 | White Sox take on Red Sox seeking sixth straight win

Jeff Samardzija, who has been the subject of trade speculation, and Wade Miley are the scheduled starters for the White Sox and Red Sox, respectively, for Tuesday's matchup at Fenway Park.


7/27/2015 | White Sox outdo Red Sox in Fenway slugfest

The White Sox came out swinging on Monday night at Fenway Park and never really stopped, notching a 10-8 victory over the Red Sox in the opener of a three-game series.


7/27/2015 | Napoli tossed after throwing helmet

Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli was ejected after throwing his helmet to the ground following a called strike three in the first inning of Monday night's game against the White Sox at Fenway Park.


7/27/2015 | Emotional Victorino dealt to Angels

Shane Victorino went from last place to first place in an instant on Monday. At some point soon, that will put a smile on his face.


7/27/2015 | Holt expected to return to lineup tonight

Brock Holt's left knee improved overnight, but not quite enough to be in the lineup on Monday night against the White Sox.


7/27/2015 | Younger Games: 25-and-unders dominating

Here are our Top 25-and-Unders, our ranking of the top 25 players age 25 and younger. All players who were 25 and under as of July 1, 2015 -- their age-25 season or younger -- were eligible for votes, and the list was selected by a panel of MLB.com and MLB Network analysts, including two former Major League general managers (Dan O'Dowd and Jim Duquette).


7/27/2015 | Rodriguez finds form against Tigers

Red Sox rookie lefty Eduardo Rodriguez bounced back in a big way on Sunday night at Fenway Park, holding the Tigers to one run on three hits over seven innings in an 11-1 Red Sox win.


7/26/2015 | Papi thrilled to watch Pedro enter Hall

While Pedro Martinez delivered his Hall of Fame speech in Cooperstown on Sunday, David Ortiz was watching on TV in the Red Sox's clubhouse at Fenway Park, hanging on every word.


7/26/2015 | Red Sox call up versatile Weeks

The Red Sox added infielder Jemile Weeks to their active roster on Sunday and optioned right-handed reliever Noe Ramirez to Triple-A Pawtucket.


7/26/2015 | Jubilant Pedro shares induction with Dominican fans

Pedro Martinez was trying to get a few last winks of sleep on Sunday morning when he came up with what turned out to be the final, brilliant pitch for his Hall of Fame induction speech. Just as the roaring crowd thought Martinez had hit all the high points, he reached back for the perfect ending to the day and the weekend.


7/26/2015 | They said it: Quotes from HOF quartet

On Sunday afternoon in Cooperstown, N.Y., Major League Baseball welcomed four new members into its National Baseball Hall of Fame ranks. The 2015 class -- featuring greats Craig Biggio, John Smoltz, Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez-- was enshrined before thousands of fans at the Clark Sports Center. Here's some of what they had to say at their induction ceremony.


7/26/2015 | White-hot Sox head to Fenway to face Red Sox

Tyler Saladino has been up in the Majors for 13 games, starting every one. The rookie already had the chance to take part in the Cubs/White Sox rivalry at historic Wrigley Field, and will get to experience another piece of baseball history when he travels to Fenway Park on Monday for the start of a four-game series between the White Sox, who have won four straight games, and Red Sox.


7/26/2015 | Historic group of greats inducted into Hall of Fame

The Class of 2015 was dominated by three of the greatest pitchers of their era, plus a versatile position player who ended his 20-year career, all with Houston, with 3,060 hits -- Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio.


7/25/2015 | Swihart has trouble corraling Wright's knuckler

Red Sox catcher Blake Swihart may be a rookie, but between the Majors and Triple-A Pawtucket, the 23-year-old has plenty of experience catching knuckleballer Steven Wright. That's precisely what made his four passed balls on Saturday so puzzling. Entering the game, Swihart had allowed just six passed balls -- three with Wright pitching -- in 339 2/3 innings. In Saturday's 5-1 loss to the Tigers at Fenway Park, he saw two balls scoot past him in the second inning, another in the fourth and one more in the fifth.


7/25/2015 | Greene, Rodriguez square off in rubber game

The Red Sox and Tigers wrap up their three-game weekend series at Fenway Park under the spotlight of national TV on Sunday night. Few people expected Boston and Detroit to be potential sellers by Friday's non-waiver Trade Deadline, but speculation surrounds both teams regarding which big leaguers could soon be moved.


7/25/2015 | Castellanos, Cespedes power Tigers past Red Sox

Alfredo Simon tossed his first quality start in over a month, Nick Castellanos drove in three runs and Yoenis Cespedes homered, as the Tigers evened their three-game weekend series against the Red Sox with a 5-1 victory on Saturday at Fenway Park.


7/25/2015 | Pedro feels Dominican pride on induction eve

Pedro Martinez was beaming on the eve of his monumental day, and for reasons deeper than the pitching dominance that paved his way to the Hall of Fame. For Martinez, Sunday's induction isn't merely about him, but his country.




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