AL Wild Card
Josh Beckett looks to win his fifth straight decision as the Red Sox close out the home end of their 2011 schedule Wednesday night against the Orioles.
Dan Roche thought the Red Sox hit rock bottom on Monday, but they fell even further on Tuesday. It’s a good thing they got some help from the Yankees…
Jonathan Papelbon could not close the door on the Baltimore Orioles Tuesday night, and won’t let anyone else on the Red Sox take the blame for it.
Carl Crawford is back in the Red Sox lineup Tuesday night after missing Monday’s doubleheader with a stiff neck.
Crazy to think, but the Red Sox making the postseason could rest in the hands of the New York Yankees…
After falling 8-5 to the Rays on Sunday, the Boston Red Sox saw their Wild Card lead dip to just two games. But instead of dwelling on the past, Manager Terry Francona is looking ahead.
After dropping their 11 of 14 games in September, the Boston Red Sox are hoping Josh Beckett’s return to the rotation will bust their current slump.
When former Red Sox pitcher Bruce Hurst was asked about a key play, error, or anything about the game that he just pitched in, he would always give the same response to us reporters: “That’s baseball.”
The Red Sox dropped to 3-11 in September to fall from first place in the division to 4 1/2 games behind the New York Yankees and into a race with the Rays for the wild-card.
The Boston Red Sox will have their lineup back intact Thursday night when they open a crucial four-game series against the Tampa Bay Rays at Fenway.