The defending World Series champions have just one All-Star representative at the moment, with starting pitcher Jon Lester the only member of the Red Sox making the roster for the mid-summer classic.
The Red Sox looked to keep their positive momentum going, but instead they ran into Jake Arrieta.
In his return to the mound on Wednesday night, Clay Buchholz was good, but not great. Given how Buchholz looked through the first two months of the season, both he and the Red Sox will take it.
Clay Buchholz is ready to make yet another comeback, as the right hander will get the start for the Red Sox Wednesday night in Seattle.
The Boston Red Sox will get two starting pitchers back over the next week, making their rotation a very crowded place to be.
Who could have expected it would be Brock Holt who’s keeping the Red Sox afloat?
It doesn’t matter where John Farrell pencils his super-utility man in to play, Brock Holt makes a difference.
Clay Buchholz will continue his road back to the majors with one more rehab start for the Pawtucket Red Sox on Thursday.
If the Red Sox don’t turn things around soon the 2014 season is lost.
With the Boston Red Sox just two outs away from their sixth straight loss on Sunday night, they received a big boost from their Big Papi.