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Red Sox stymied by South Side southpaw

Boston managed only four hits against Chicago's Jose Quintana and lost for just the second time in nine games.

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Abreu's big bat helps White Sox win third straight (0:24)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Good to see Carson Smith making his season debut for the Red Sox with a scoreless, nine-pitch frame. He had a dominant rookie season for the Mariners, striking out 92 in 70 innings, and limiting batters to a .194 average and two home runs. If healthy, he'll be a huge factor in the Boston pen.

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

Nothing about Hanley Ramirez's home run to end Jose Quintana's scoreless streak at 20 1/3 IP and get the Red Sox on the board was Cellular, that was hit over 380 feet to right field.

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Eaton's web gem ends third inning (0:19)

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

After throwing just two fastballs in the first two innings, Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright threw six in the third inning as he got into trouble, escaping with just one run allowed on three walks (one intentional). We'll see where he goes from here.

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

Reminded that Harry Caray used to say, "one more biscuit for breakfast and that's outta here" as Red Sox DH David Ortiz sends White Sox CF Austin Jackson back to the wall in deepest center in the Cell with a second-inning fly out.

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

David Ortiz on his decision to appear in "Patriots Day" with Mark Wahlberg to reenact his speech after the Boston Marathon: "This movie is going to be a big deal, especially in Boston ... Being proud of it, it's one of the main reasons they want me in it."

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

Tonight's battle between the Red Sox and White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field should be played under cloudy skies as temps drop into the low 50s, but if it goes long or into extras, late thunder storms could make things interesting.

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Why We Love Sports Today: Home run for Maverick (1:14)
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Fuente: Sandoval perdería resto del año por cirugía

De acuerdo con una fuente, Pablo Sandoval someterá a cirugía su hombro izquierdo y con ello perdería el resto de la temporada con los Medias Rojas. Leer

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Kanell: Steve Belichick is in a tough spot (0:50)
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David Ortiz off to All-Star-caliber start

It's the "Year of Big Papi," writes David Schoenfield, and Ortiz is continuing his second-half surge from last year. He slugged .701 after the All-Star break and this year is hitting .317/.417/.634 with 16 extra-base hits. Schoenfield: April All-Stars

Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

The Boston Bruins announced that forward Matt Beleskey (left hand), forward David Krejci (left hip) and defenseman Torey Krug (right shoulder) have all undergone successful surgeries and are expected to make full recoveries.

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