8/2/2015 | Tazawa's typical reliability taking a hit
While their bullpen has produced its share of shaky performances this season, the Red Sox have been able to use Junichi Tazawa in the eighth inning of tight games with impressive consistency. Lately, however, the right-hander has hit a rough stretch in which even his reliability has come into question.
8/2/2015 | Lucchino amassed Hall-worthy list of deeds
If the Baseball Hall of Fame is for the men and women who had a lasting, dramatic and positive impact on the sport, Larry Lucchino is a no-brainer.
8/2/2015 | Rays rally late to work their way past Red Sox
The Rays staged a late-game comeback to avoid a weekend sweep by defeating the Red Sox, 4-3, on Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park.
8/2/2015 | Owens to make MLB debut vs. Tanaka in Bronx
The Red Sox and Yankees will renew their long-standing rivalry in the Bronx on Tuesday night, and the clash will feature a Boston rookie facing a veteran Bombers lineup on its home turf.
8/2/2015 | Betts' concussion symptoms much improved
Mookie Betts has shown significant improvement in recent days while dealing with concussion symptoms -- enough that they expect him to travel with them to Detroit next weekend and possibly begin baseball activities as early as Friday.
8/2/2015 | Porcello to DL; Owens to debut vs. Yankees
Rick Porcello suffered another setback as the team placed him on the 15-day disabled list with a right triceps strain. Replacing him for Tuesday's scheduled start is left-hander Henry Owens, who will make his Major League debut in the Bronx against the Yankees' lefty-heavy lineup.
8/1/2015 | Lucchino set to step down as Red Sox CEO
Larry Lucchino's impactful run as president/CEO of the Red Sox will come to an end following the 2015 season, according to a source. The club has not confirmed the news.
8/1/2015 | Aggressive approach works for Bogaerts
All season long, the hits have kept coming for Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts, and they're coming in situations usually reserved for proven veterans.
8/1/2015 | Rotation tweak puts Odorizzi on hill in Boston
A short-notice change to the Rays' rotation means the Red Sox will have to contend with talented right-hander Jake Odorizzi in the series finale on Sunday at Fenway Park. Nathan Karns was originally supposed to pitch, but he will now start on Monday.
8/1/2015 | Shaw belts two HRs as Red Sox topple Rays
Travis Shaw celebrated his fifth callup this season from Triple-A Pawtucket with a monster day, going 4-for-4 with two homers, a double and five runs scored to lead the Red Sox to an 11-7 victory over the Rays on Saturday at Fenway Park.
8/1/2015 | Shaw has huge day following latest callup
Travis Shaw knows the drill by now because he's lived it a few times this season. When the Red Sox have a nagging injury to a corner infielder, he usually gets the call from Triple-A Pawtucket.