White Sox Hold On For 4-1 Win Over Red SoxLeft-hander Jose Quintana pitched eight strong innings, and the Chicago White Sox held on for a 4-1 win over the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night.
Bertrand: Not Sold On 2016 Version Of Hanley Ramirez"We overrate what Hanley has been, because we're just so happy he shows up and is a professional every day," said Beetle.
Pablo Sandoval Undergoes Surgery, Will Miss Remainder Of 2016 SeasonAs expected, Pablo Sandoval's surgery is going to keep him off the field for the remainder of the 2016 season.
Carson Smith Activated From DL, Set To Stabilize Red Sox BullpenIt's time to sit back and enjoy what should be one of the strongest back-end bullpens in the major leagues.
Losing Pablo Sandoval Is The Best Thing That Could Have Happened To Red SoxThe 2016 Red Sox no longer have to worry about their $70 million headache.
Buy Or Sell: David Price Will Finish Season With ERA Over 4.00It was another Buy or Sell Monday on The Adam Jones Show, with Jones and Keefe discuss the ERAs of a David Price and Rick Porcello.
Red Sox 3B Pablo Sandoval To Undergo Surgery On Left ShoulderRed Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval will undergo surgery on his left shoulder.
Curt Schilling Doesn't Believe ESPN's Excuse For Cutting Bloody Sock Performance From DocumentarySomething awfully fishy went down at ESPN over the weekend, but the network claims that nothing strange was afoot.
Christian Vazquez Bashed By New York Daily News Back Page After Game-Winning Home RunPay attention, rest of the world, because the ascension of Christian Vazquez is upon us.
Red Sox Beat Yankees 8-7 To Complete 3-Game SweepThe Red Sox completed a sweep of the rival Yankees as Christian Vazquez clubbed a two-run, seventh-inning homer off Dellin Betances to lift Boston to an 8-7 victory over floundering New York on Sunday night.
Porcello, Red Sox Blank YankeesRick Porcello tossed seven scoreless innings in Boston's win over the New York Yankees on Saturday night.
David Ortiz Follows Through On Promise To Hit Home Run For Sick BoyDavid Ortiz didn’t just hit the game-winning home run Friday night against the rival New York Yankees at Fenway Park. He also called his shot for a young boy fighting for his life.

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