• Toronto's Happ gets chance to slow down Red Sox train

    1 month ago - By Fox Sports

    BOSTON - David Price spent the end of the 2015 season going 9-1 and helping the Toronto Blue Jays make it to the postseason.
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  • David Price Looking To Bounce Back In Series Opener Vs. Blue Jays

    1 month ago - By NESN

    David Price ended June scorching hot, but the month of July hasn't been as kind to the Boston Red Sox left-hander.
    In two July starts, Price has given up 12 earned runs in eight innings. He took the loss in an 11-1 thumping at the hands of the New York Yankees to open the month. The Red Sox's bats got him off the hook in his last outing against the Kansas City Royals, a game in which Price gave up four runs in 4 2/3 innings and hit three consecutive batters.
    The lefty will look to bounce back Thursday night when the Red Sox open a four-game series with the Toronto Blue Jays at Fenway...
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  • Sale helps Red Sox win 9th straight, 4-2 over Texas

    1 month ago - By Startribune


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  • Jeff Banister on Pitching matchup, loss to Boston

    Jeff Banister on Pitching matchup, loss to Boston

    1 month ago - By Fox Sports

    Jeff Banister discusses the job that Bartolo Colon did for the Texas Rangers against Boston's Chris Sale on Wednesday.
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  • Red Sox Notes: Chris Sale Makes MLB History With Recent Dominance

    1 month ago - By NESN

    The Red Sox have been playing some great baseball this season, and it has gotten to the point where they're doing things that haven't been done in decades, or ever.
    And it's not just happening on a team level, but individually as well.
    Chris Sale was stellar in Wednesday's 4-2 victory over the Texas Rangers, continuing a season-long trend that has been particularly noticeable in his recent performance. So much so that Sale stands alone in Major League Baseball folklore with his results in the last five games.
    The Sox southpaw tossed his fifth straight outing with at least 12 strikeouts and...
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  • Sale helps Red Sox win 9th straight over the Rangers

    1 month ago - By Sportsnet

    BOSTON - Chris Sale struck out 12 in seven innings of shutout ball in his final start before the All-Star Game, and major league batting leader Mookie Betts had two more hits on Wednesday night to lead the Boston Red Sox to their ninth straight victory, 4-2 over the Texas Rangers .
    Sale (10-4) allowed six hits and walked one to win his fifth straight decision and move the Red Sox 36 games above .500 for the first time since Bucky Dent homered into the net above the Green Monster in a one-game playoff to settle the 1978 AL East title.
    Elvis Andrus had three hits for the Rangers, who struck...
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  • Xander Bogaerts, Red Sox At Their Best During Nine-Game Winning Streak

    1 month ago - By NESN

    The Boston Red Sox are on an absolute tear.
    After beating the Texas Rangers 4-2 at Fenway Park on Wednesday night, the Red Sox notched their third consecutive series sweep to swell the team's current winning streak to nine games.
    Boston used a stellar start from ace Chris Sale and a three-run fifth inning capped off by an RBI triple by shortstop Xander Bogaerts to secure the win.
    The Red Sox have been firing on all cylinders as the regular season nears the All-Star break, and Bogaerts noted after the game that every member of the team has been doing their job during the streak.
    To hear...
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  • Chris Sale dominates, Rangers fall 4-2 in Boston | Rangers Live

    Chris Sale dominates, Rangers fall 4-2 in Boston | Rangers Live

    1 month ago - By Fox Sports


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  • Sale's 12-K gem sends Sox to 9th straight W

    1 month ago - By MLB News

    Chris Sale racked up 12 strikeouts over seven dominant innings, scattering six hits and walking one as the MLB-best Red Sox won their ninth straight game with a sweep of the Rangers at Fenway Park.
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  • Red Sox go 36 games above .500 after sweeping Rangers

    1 month ago - By TheScore

    BOSTON Chris Sale struck out 12 in seven innings of shutout ball in his final start before the All-Star Game, and major league batting leader Mookie Betts had two more hits on Wednesday night to lead the Boston Red Sox to their ninth straight victory, 4-2 over the Texas Rangers.
    Sale (10-4) allowed six hits and walked one to win his fifth straight decision and move the Red Sox 36 games above .500 for the first time since Bucky Dent homered into the net above the Green Monster in a one-game playoff to settle the 1978 AL East title.
    Elvis Andrus had three hits for the Rangers, who struck out...
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  • Sale helps Red Sox win 9th straight over the Rangers

    1 month ago - By Sportsnet

    BOSTON - Chris Sale struck out 12 in seven innings of shutout ball in his final start before the All-Star Game, and major league batting leader Mookie Betts had two more hits on Wednesday night to lead the Boston Red Sox to their ninth straight victory, 4-2 over the Texas Rangers .
    Sale (10-4) allowed six hits and walked one to win his fifth straight decision and move the Red Sox 36 games above .500 for the first time since Bucky Dent homered into the net above the Green Monster in a one-game playoff to settle the 1978 AL East title.
    Elvis Andrus had three hits for the Rangers, who struck...
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  • Red Sox Wrap: Chris Sale Strikes Out 12 As Boston Wins Its Ninth Straight

    1 month ago - By NESN

    Two things have been near-constant for the Boston Red Sox this season: winning games and Chris Sale mowing down opposing hitters.
    Both were on full display Wednesday night.
    The Sox completed their third straight series sweep and won their ninth consecutive game as they beat the Texas Rangers 4-2 in the series finale at Fenway Park.
    Sale punched out 12 batters in the victory, upping his season total to an insane 188 as he made his last start before the All-Star break.
    With the win, the Red Sox climb to 65-29, while the Rangers fall to 40-54.
    Here's how it all went down:
    GAME IN A...
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