Deadline was dead for Red Sox
Boston didn't add any significant players via trade. It will instead look to the farm system, including LHP Henry Owens starting Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium. MLB Power Rankings
The Angels' Shane Victorino and David Murphy and the Dodgers' Jim Johnson provide insight into the human side of what being traded means for players, their wives and their kids.
Ramirez (knee) should play Tuesday
Red Sox LF Hanley Ramirez tweaked his knee on a single in the eighth inning and left the game, but Boston manager John Farrell said he should be in the lineup when the team resumes play against the Yankees.
Henry Owens he will become the eighth rookie Red Sox pitcher since 1914 to begin his big-league career as a starter in Yankee Stadium
Junichi Tazawa capped a rough weekend, giving up a lead in the eighth inning as the Red Sox fell to the Rays.
Hope wanes for Boston after deadline
Boston missed out on Cole Hamels, which means GM Ben Cherington is still out an ace in the rotation. The Red Sox don't look in great shape for next year. GM deadline grades (Insider)
There were a couple of bright spots for the Red Sox in July, but the pitching was pretty bad all the way around.
Asdrubal Cabrera had a game-tying RBI double and scored on James Loney's single in the eighth inning, and the Tampa Bay Rays avoided a three-game sweep with a 4-3 comeback victory over the Boston
Reaching for the top
The Rays need to start doing work to catch the Yankees in the AL East. Mounting a comeback today vs. the Red Sox would be a start. Tampa Bay trails 3-2 in the 6th. Follow live
Lucchino is ready to step aside and reduce his responsibilities, but promises the Boston Red Sox will be in capable hands.
The Red Sox placed Rick Porcello on the disabled list Sunday, just days after the right-hander made what manager John Farrell called his worst start of the season.
Saturday's Top Five: Shaw homers twice
Rookie Travis Shaw fell a triple short of hitting for the cycle, but homered twice on a 4-for-4 day after he was called back up from Triple-A Pawtucket. Kahrl: Saturday's Top Five
A budding star and another youngster looking to hold on to the major leagues gave reason Saturday for further examination of the Boston Red Sox.
Larry Lucchino, a baseball franchise-builder in three cities who oversaw three World Series titles with the Red Sox, is stepping down as team president and CEO at the end of the year.
Lucchino out as Red Sox CEO
It's unclear what Larry Lucchino's next role will be, or if he'll stay with the team, but it is expected that Sam Kennedy, the EVP and chief operating officer of the Red Sox, will take over for Lucchino.
Powered by Travis Shaw, who finished a triple shy of the cycle and scored five runs, the Red Sox held off the Rays in a Fenway Park slugfest Saturday.
Travis Shaw hit his first two major league homers and went 4-for-4 with five runs scored and four RBI to lead the Boston Red Sox past the Tampa Bay Rays 11-7 on Saturday.
Rookie steals show in boston
Red Sox 3B Travis Shaw entered today with zero MLB home runs. He had two shots and his first 4-for-4 game in Boston's 11-7 victory over the Rays. Box score
Rays inching back against Red Sox
A 5-0 Red Sox lead is no more, as Tampa Bay has slowly closed the gap against Boston and now only trails by one run in the 6th inning. Follow live
On Base Percentage.3209th
Earned Run Average4.5228th
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