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Boston Red Sox

  • Published
    June 12, 2011
    Terry Francona, Jason Varitek

    Sox weary, not tired of trouncing Jays

    Though Boston is tired, the offense fires on all cylinders to pick up the team's eighth straight win.

  • Published
    June 11, 2011
    Clay Buchholz

    Red Sox stay hot, top Jays

    Clay Buchholz allows three hits as Boston beats Toronto 5-1 for its seventh straight victory.

  • Published
    June 10, 2011

    Seventh-inning burst carries Red Sox to win

    Boston beats the Yankees for the seventh straight time.

  • Published
    June 8, 2011

    Two UMaine players drafted on Day 2

    Outfielder Taylor Lewis is a 10th-round pick and pitcher Keith Bilodeau goes in the 24th round.

  • Published
    June 8, 2011

    Papelbon suspended but he’s appealing

    NEW YORK — Closer Jonathan Papelbon has been suspended three games for making contact with an umpire. The suspension was to begin Tuesday night against New York, but Papelbon is appealing and earned a save in Boston’s 6-4 win over the Yankees. Major League Baseball also fined Papelbon an undisclosed amount for his actions in […]

  • Published
    June 8, 2011
    David Ortiz

    Red Sox again have their way

    Boston hammers Freddy Garcia and Jonathan Papelbon earns his 200th save in a win at New York.

  • Published
    June 5, 2011

    Sox go long, keep a lead against A’s

    Boston completes the sweep of Oakland by holding on to an early lead after Carl Crawford's three-run home run.

  • Published
    June 5, 2011

    On Baseball: Extra picks awaiting Red Sox as draft begins Monday

    BOSTON – Theo Epstein rarely shows emotion, but a hint of excitement comes out when he talks these days. Must be draft time. And in this year’s major league draft that begins Monday, Epstein has reason to be thrilled. The Red Sox hold four of the first 40 picks. “Always a great feeling to have […]

  • Published
    June 4, 2011

    Drew eventually strikes at heart of A’s

    J.D. Drew hits an RBI single in the 14th inning to lift Boston past visiting Oakland.

  • Published
    June 2, 2011

    On Baseball: Building of a bullpen never ends

    BOSTON – Rich Hill threw the pitch, grabbed his elbow and paced around in obvious pain Wednesday. “I don’t ever want to see that happen to anybody on either team,” said his Red Sox teammate and reliever, Daniel Bard. Hill left with a trainer after facing one batter in the seventh inning of a 7-4 […]

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