Jered Weaver combined with three relievers on a five-hitter, All-Star Mike Trout and Hank Conger homered and the Los Angeles Angels defeated the Boston Red Sox 3-0 Sunday night for their 10th win in 12 games.
Starting pitcher Ryan Dempster pitched six strong innings and the Red Sox belted four home runs to defeat the Angels on Sunday, 10-5, at Fenway Park.
Although he was forced out of the game in the seventh inning with an apparent injury, Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz improved his record to 9-0 in the Red Sox’ 7-2 victory over the Angels in Game 2 of Saturday’s double-header.
Angels hitters feasted on Red Sox pitching in Game 1 of a double-header at Fenway Park, powering Anaheim to a 9-5 victory over Boston.
With the World Series now over we can really focus on what the Red Sox will do to get better. There are plenty of issues that need fixing and holes to be filled. What is at the top of Ben Cherington’s to do list?
Dan Shaughnessy joined Gresh & Zo in studio to talk about the slumping Red Sox. A year and three days ago the Sox were 30 games above .500 now they are one of the biggest disappointments in MLB at 12 games below .500.
Exactly five hours of playing time. More than 2 1/2 hours of rain delay. A total of 14 pitchers and 13 innings. And, finally, one decisive swing.
Jon Lester scattered four hits without allowing a run, and the Boston Red Sox overcame some shaky relief by Matt Albers and Bobby Jenks to beat the Los Angeles Angels 4-3 on Friday night.
Torii Hunter couldn’t sleep at night, not with his Los Angeles Angels mired in another losing streak. Their 0-9 record against the Red Sox this season wasn’t helping, either. So the Angels outfielder called a […]