When you’re on a team that’s prepared to trade just about everybody on the roster, but you’re stuck on the disabled list, sometimes the best solution is to try to find a little bit of humor.
For Ryan Kalish, it was a long battle back to the Major Leagues. But when he got the call back, it happened quick.
Franklin Morales and Ryan Kalish provided a much-needed lift for the injured Boston Red Sox.
Franklin Morales struck out nine batters in his five innings and the Red Sox won the rubber match in their series with the Cubs.
Jon Lester earned his fourth win, Alfredo Aceves picked up his 16th save and the Red Sox fended off the Cubs on Saturday night at Wrigley Field.
The Boston Red Sox fancy themselves contenders, but for now, they’re doing a spot-on impersonation of the major league-worst Chicago Cubs.
Despite his little golf fiasco, Josh Beckett’s had a very solid year for the Red Sox. However, he’ll face another setback this weekend.
The Red Sox’ ninth-inning rally fell short, as they ended up losing 3-0 to the Cubs at Wrigley Field.
With the Red Sox back in Wrigley for the first time since 2005, 98.5 The Sports Hub producer Chris Curtis takes a look at all that has changed in seven years.
While the Red Sox don’t play at Wrigley Field that often, Adrian Gonzalez will have the chance to get a good look at the famous Ivy wall Friday afternoon.