Pitching
Earned Run Average 4.65 13th
Quality Starts 36 15th
WHIP 1.34 15th
BAA .251 16th
Batting
Runs 549 1st
Batting Average .272 1st
On Base Percentage .346 2nd
Slugging Percentage .462 5th
2019 AL East Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
New York 63 33 .656 W4
Tampa Bay 56 44 .560 L4
Boston 53 45 .541 L1
Toronto 37 62 .374 W1
Baltimore 30 66 .313 W2

Boston Red Sox News

  • @RedSox • 2h

    Fansided: Red Sox competitive rival Roy Halladay to be inducted into HOF

    The 2019 Hall of Fame's induction weekend: a weekend of joy and sadness for many as the late pitcher Roy Halladay gets inducted. There's going to be a missing piece this weekend. His tragic and sudden death is a lingering question mark. Roy Halladay: one of baseball's greats. It is our pleasure to honor the former Red Sox rival as he enters Cooperstown.

    Having grown up in Canada, this is one of the rare occasions that I get the opportunity to write about a "home team" guy. Correction- a home team great. I'm sure my dad is internally jumping for joy at the rare moment, I've put the golden Red Sox to the side.

    The 2019 Hall of Fame's induction weekend: a weekend of joy and sadness for many as the late pitcher Roy Halladay gets inducted. There's going to be a missing piece this weekend. His tragic and sudden death is a lingering question mark. Roy Halladay: one of baseball's greats. It is our pleasure to honor the former Red Sox rival as he enters Cooperstown.

    Having grown up in Canada, this is one of the rare occasions that I get the opportunity to write about a "home team" guy. Correction- a home team great. I'm sure my dad is internally jumping for joy at the rare moment, I've put the golden Red Sox to the side.

  • @RedSox • 4h

    Over the Monster: A Red Sox grab bag: Trade rumors, prospects and Fanpulse

    Dave Dombrowski has long admired Jose Abreu. The @RedSox are among a few teams monitoring Abreu's availability. He might be most impactful bat on the market if @whitesox we're willing to deal him. Could trade him and re-sign him but value as a rental is limited.

    -- Phil Rogers (@philgrogers) July 19, 2019

    Here's a bizarre rumor that popped up late Thursday night that I didn't even see until Saturday morning. The Red Sox are apparently monitoring the availability of Jose Abreu. I say it's bizarre because, well, that's what it is!

    Dave Dombrowski has long admired Jose Abreu. The @RedSox are among a few teams monitoring Abreu's availability. He might be most impactful bat on the market if @whitesox we're willing to deal him. Could trade him and re-sign him but value as a rental is limited.

    -- Phil Rogers (@philgrogers) July 19, 2019

    Here's a bizarre rumor that popped up late Thursday night that I didn't even see until Saturday morning. The Red Sox are apparently monitoring the availability of Jose Abreu. I say it's bizarre because, well, that's what it is!

  • @RedSox • 6h

    Over the Monster: Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Jose Abreu, Mookie Betts

    David Price insists the most recent blow-up regarding Dennis Eckersley had no impact on his performance Friday. (Patrick Dunne; NBC Sports Boston)

    Reports surfaced on Friday that the Red Sox are monitoring the Jose Abreu trade market. Here's why that could be. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

    Speaking of reports, the Red Sox sent scouts out to see some pitchers. (Chris Cotillo; Masslive)

    We can probably stop calling this a "down" year for Mookie Betts, who is red-hot right now. (Ian Browne; RedSox.com)

    The bullpen has been the issue easiest to point at all year, but there could maybe be some promise in the group right now.

    David Price insists the most recent blow-up regarding Dennis Eckersley had no impact on his performance Friday. (Patrick Dunne; NBC Sports Boston)

    Reports surfaced on Friday that the Red Sox are monitoring the Jose Abreu trade market. Here's why that could be. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

    Speaking of reports, the Red Sox sent scouts out to see some pitchers. (Chris Cotillo; Masslive)

    We can probably stop calling this a "down" year for Mookie Betts, who is red-hot right now. (Ian Browne; RedSox.com)

    The bullpen has been the issue easiest to point at all year, but there could maybe be some promise in the group right now.

  • @RedSox • 8h

    Over the Monster: Red Sox 2, Orioles 11: Gonna go with yikes

    This was an awful, awful baseball game if you were watching as Red Sox fan. As an Orioles fan it was probably pretty good, but that's not why we're here! Anyway, I really hated this game after a long day and don't wish to recount it too much! David Price was bad, the offense was bad, the bullpen was bad. Everything was pretty much bad.

    Really don't feel like writing about this one, so here are some highlights from tonight's game:

    If you really, really want to know what really happened in this game, I'm worried about you.

    This was an awful, awful baseball game if you were watching as Red Sox fan. As an Orioles fan it was probably pretty good, but that's not why we're here! Anyway, I really hated this game after a long day and don't wish to recount it too much! David Price was bad, the offense was bad, the bullpen was bad. Everything was pretty much bad.

    Really don't feel like writing about this one, so here are some highlights from tonight's game:

    If you really, really want to know what really happened in this game, I'm worried about you.

  • @RedSox • 10h

    Boston.com: Orioles hit 2 home runs off Price, cruise past Red Sox 11-2

    BALTIMORE (AP) -- Anthony Santander and Keon Broxton homered off David Price, and the Baltimore Orioles got six solid innings from rookie right-hander John Means in an 11-2 rout of the Boston Red Sox on Friday night.

    Price (7-3) allowed six runs, eight hits and a walk in four innings to take his first loss in 13 starts since April 27. The left-hander was 8-0 at Camden Yards and 16-5 lifetime against the Orioles before turning in a surprisingly ineffective performance in 96-degree heat against the team with the worst record in the big leagues.

    Sam Travis homered for the Red Sox, who had won 14 of their previous 16 road games.

    BALTIMORE (AP) -- Anthony Santander and Keon Broxton homered off David Price, and the Baltimore Orioles got six solid innings from rookie right-hander John Means in an 11-2 rout of the Boston Red Sox on Friday night.

    Price (7-3) allowed six runs, eight hits and a walk in four innings to take his first loss in 13 starts since April 27. The left-hander was 8-0 at Camden Yards and 16-5 lifetime against the Orioles before turning in a surprisingly ineffective performance in 96-degree heat against the team with the worst record in the big leagues.

    Sam Travis homered for the Red Sox, who had won 14 of their previous 16 road games.

  • @RedSox • 12h

    The Joy of Sox: G98: Red Sox at Orioles, 7 PM

    David Price / John Means

    Betts, DH
    Devers, 3B
    Bogaerts, SS
    Martinez, RF
    Vazquez, 1B
    Travis, LF
    Chavis, 2B
    Bradley, CF
    Leon, C

    If Mookie Betts scores a run tonight, he will set a Red Sox franchise record by scoring in 14 consecutive games. He is currently tied with Ted Williams at 13 consecutive games in a single season.

    Betts leads MLB with 86 runs scored (nine more than Cody Bellinger and 11 more than Mike Trout). He's on pace to score 144 runs. Only Ted Williams has scored 140+ runs in a season for the Red Sox (he did it three times).

    David Price / John Means

    Betts, DH
    Devers, 3B
    Bogaerts, SS
    Martinez, RF
    Vazquez, 1B
    Travis, LF
    Chavis, 2B
    Bradley, CF
    Leon, C

    If Mookie Betts scores a run tonight, he will set a Red Sox franchise record by scoring in 14 consecutive games. He is currently tied with Ted Williams at 13 consecutive games in a single season.

    Betts leads MLB with 86 runs scored (nine more than Cody Bellinger and 11 more than Mike Trout). He's on pace to score 144 runs. Only Ted Williams has scored 140+ runs in a season for the Red Sox (he did it three times).

  • @RedSox • 18h
  • Sam Travis put a charge into that ball! https://t.co/gzvcFsC5iX

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  • @RedSox • 22h
  • Bogie was there to make the play! That's a #TipOfTheCap presented by @CocaCola! https://t.co/eKi3AeM9gG

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  • @RedSox • 1d
  • Another homestand in the books! Now for your #SoxTopShots presented by @LLBean: https://t.co/GIjy44TA1H

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  • @RedSox • 1d

    Fansided: Red Sox: Nathan Eovaldi potentially returning to team this weekend

    As the Red Sox prepare for Friday's game in Baltimore they may be getting some good news in relation to their bullpen. Fireballing right-hander Nathan Eovaldi has made his way to Camden Yards with the team in hopes that he'll be activated from the IL. The rumored plan when he is reinstated to the active roster will see him become the new Boston closer.

    It's been a long season for Eovaldi as what was supposed to be routine surgery to clean up some bone fragments in his elbow has taken far longer to recover from.

    As the Red Sox prepare for Friday's game in Baltimore they may be getting some good news in relation to their bullpen. Fireballing right-hander Nathan Eovaldi has made his way to Camden Yards with the team in hopes that he'll be activated from the IL. The rumored plan when he is reinstated to the active roster will see him become the new Boston closer.

    It's been a long season for Eovaldi as what was supposed to be routine surgery to clean up some bone fragments in his elbow has taken far longer to recover from.

  • @RedSox • 1d
  • Setting the tone at the top. https://t.co/H2myEApqki

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  • @RedSox • 1d

    Over the Monster: Red Sox Minor Lines: A (not) wild Nathan Eovaldi appeared!

    Tzu-Wei Lin, DH: 1-4, 1 R, 3 K

    Josh Ockimey, 1B: 0-3, 1 BB, 1 K

    Tanner Houck: 2 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 K (24 pitches)

    The PawSox lost this game, but the takeaways were mostly positive from the bullpen. That of course starts with Eovaldi, who made his first and likely last rehab assignment on Thursday. He's unlikely to be activated on Friday since he won't be pitching back-to-back days right away, but he could very well be ready to go Saturday. He looked good in this outing and reportedly felt good, providing a little optimism he could indeed be the answer this Red Sox bullpen was seeking.

    Tzu-Wei Lin, DH: 1-4, 1 R, 3 K

    Josh Ockimey, 1B: 0-3, 1 BB, 1 K

    Tanner Houck: 2 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 K (24 pitches)

    The PawSox lost this game, but the takeaways were mostly positive from the bullpen. That of course starts with Eovaldi, who made his first and likely last rehab assignment on Thursday. He's unlikely to be activated on Friday since he won't be pitching back-to-back days right away, but he could very well be ready to go Saturday. He looked good in this outing and reportedly felt good, providing a little optimism he could indeed be the answer this Red Sox bullpen was seeking.

  • @RedSox • 1d

    Over the Monster: Red Sox vs. Blue Jays lineup: As Chris Sale goes, so go the Sox

    We're back! Mere hours after besting the Blue Jays on the beefy-boy back of Rafael Devers, the teams will get back at it, weather permitting, this afternoon at Fenway Park (1:05 p.m., NESN, MLBN out-of-network). Devers, Xander Bogaerts and Christian Vazquez have kept the Sox afloat this year, but they're still a little rudderless -- and that's where Sale comes in. He can propel the Sox to and through the postseason; he can be the motor to the boat, the phonetic pun with his last name notwithstanding. And this can start at any time.

    We're back! Mere hours after besting the Blue Jays on the beefy-boy back of Rafael Devers, the teams will get back at it, weather permitting, this afternoon at Fenway Park (1:05 p.m., NESN, MLBN out-of-network). Devers, Xander Bogaerts and Christian Vazquez have kept the Sox afloat this year, but they're still a little rudderless -- and that's where Sale comes in. He can propel the Sox to and through the postseason; he can be the motor to the boat, the phonetic pun with his last name notwithstanding. And this can start at any time.

  • @RedSox • 1d

    Fansided: Red Sox third baseman Rafael Devers is Toronto Blue Jays worst nightmare

    The Toronto Blue Jays must be thrilled that they are almost done with this series at Fenway Park. After wrapping up the finale of a four-game set this afternoon, the Jays won't face the Boston Red Sox again until September, sparing them from being terrorized by Rafael Devers until then.

    Devers continued to punish Blue Jays pitching with three hits last night to drive in four runs. That includes the go-ahead home run in the third inning and some desperately needed insurance runs in a game the Red Sox bullpen barely hung on to win.

    The four RBI gave Devers 25 this season against the Blue Jays, surpassing David Ortiz (2005) for the most single-season RBI by a player against Toronto.

    The Toronto Blue Jays must be thrilled that they are almost done with this series at Fenway Park. After wrapping up the finale of a four-game set this afternoon, the Jays won't face the Boston Red Sox again until September, sparing them from being terrorized by Rafael Devers until then.

    Devers continued to punish Blue Jays pitching with three hits last night to drive in four runs. That includes the go-ahead home run in the third inning and some desperately needed insurance runs in a game the Red Sox bullpen barely hung on to win.

    The four RBI gave Devers 25 this season against the Blue Jays, surpassing David Ortiz (2005) for the most single-season RBI by a player against Toronto.

  • @RedSox • 1d

    Boston.com: Devers hits solo shot, drives in 4; Red Sox beat Jays 5-4

    BOSTON (AP) -- Red Sox manager Alex Cora went to reliever Brandon Workman in the eighth inning and knew what his options were for his beleaguered bullpen when things got tight in the ninth.

    "It's either him or him," said Cora after Workman threw 45 pitches and got out of a jam each inning as Boston held on for a 5-4 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays Wednesday night.

    "He's been outstanding all season," Cora said of the right-hander, who has a 1.84 ERA. "He's been one of the top relievers in the league, too. I think he should have been (at the All-Star Game).

    BOSTON (AP) -- Red Sox manager Alex Cora went to reliever Brandon Workman in the eighth inning and knew what his options were for his beleaguered bullpen when things got tight in the ninth.

    "It's either him or him," said Cora after Workman threw 45 pitches and got out of a jam each inning as Boston held on for a 5-4 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays Wednesday night.

    "He's been outstanding all season," Cora said of the right-hander, who has a 1.84 ERA. "He's been one of the top relievers in the league, too. I think he should have been (at the All-Star Game).

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