Chris Sale Does Not Need Tommy John Surgery For Elbow IssueChris Sale has inflammation in his left elbow and will be shut down for the rest of the season.
Red Sox' Minimal Progress In Standings Amid Win Streak Shows Just How Steep Climb To Playoffs RemainThe Boston Red Sox have won five straight games. Yet the Boston Red Sox have made very little progress in the wild-card standings.
Red-Hot Devers Helps Red Sox Rally Past Orioles, 13-7Standing in the middle of Boston's clubhouse answering questions, a baby-faced Rafael Devers found himself immersed in Red Sox history.
'Don't Give Up': Young Red Sox Fan Meets Orioles' Chris Davis After Writing Supportive LetterNine-year-old Henry sent Davis a message of support that the Orioles player will never forget.
Chris Sale To Visit Dr. James Andrews And Have Left Elbow ExaminedBoston Red Sox ace Chris Sale, placed on the 10-day injured list with elbow inflammation on Saturday, will pay a visit to Dr. James Andrews in Florida on Monday.
Rodriguez, Devers Carry Red Sox Past Orioles, 4-0The win came a few hours after Boston had to put Chris Sale on the 10-day injured list due to inflammation in his left elbow.
Red Sox Place Chris Sale On Injured List Due To Elbow InflammationThe Boston Red Sox placed left-hander Chris Sale on the 10-day injured list with left elbow inflammation.
Benintendi, Porcello Lead Red Sox Past Orioles, 9-1Andrew Benintendi and Mitch Moreland each hit RBI triples in the fourth inning, Rick Porcello held the Orioles to one run over six innings, and the Boston Red Sox topped Baltimore 9-1 on Friday night.
Red Sox Admitting Children For Free, Adults For $5 To Continuation Of Suspended Game Vs. RoyalsThe Red Sox are making the most of a bad situation.
Devers Stays Hot, Bogaerts Powers Red Sox To Series Win In ClevelandXander Bogaerts homered twice, and Rafael Devers homered too, as the Red Sox won in Cleveland on Wednesday afternoon.
Rafael Devers, Chris Sale Make MLB History In Red Sox' Win Over IndiansThat victory helped make it a true celebration for Rafael Devers and Chris Sale, both of whom made MLB history on Tuesday night.