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6/28/2016 | Price aims to get on track vs. former club

Old friends Matt Moore and David Price will go head-to-head when the Rays host the Red Sox in the final game of a three-game series on Wednesday at 12:10 p.m. ET.

6/28/2016 | Shaw powers Red Sox's outburst vs. Rays

Travis Shaw tied a career high with five RBIs and fell a triple shy of the cycle to fuel the Red Sox's 8-2 win over the Rays on Tuesday night at Tropicana Field.

6/28/2016 | E-Rod to focus on pitch tipping, command

One of Eduardo Rodriguez's main points of emphasis during his upcoming stint with Triple-A Pawtucket will be to stop tipping his pitches.

6/28/2016 | Moncada, Benintendi going to Futures Game

Yoan Moncada and Andrew Benintendi, two prospects who created anticipation and excitement as soon as they became professional baseball players, will represent the Red Sox at the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game in San Diego on July 10.

6/28/2016 | Farrell expresses frustration in team meeting

After the Red Sox took a 13-7 thumping against the Rays on Monday that didn't even feel that close, manager John Farrell expressed his frustration to the entire team.

6/27/2016 | Red Sox option slumping E-Rod

Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez will have to work out of his current funk at Triple-A Pawtucket, where he was optioned following Monday's disappointing 13-7 loss to the Rays.

6/27/2016 | Rays look to build off series-opening rout

The Rays look to win consecutive games for the first time since June 14-15 when they take the field Tuesday night at Tropicana Field against a Red Sox club that has seen its rotation endure a rough stretch of starts.

6/27/2016 | Baker's delight: Early outburst ends Rays' skid

The Rays jumped all over Eduardo Rodriguez and the Red Sox to snap an 11-game losing streak and hand rookie Blake Snell his first big league victory in a 13-7 win in Monday night's opener of a three-game series.

6/27/2016 | Betts, JBJ in line to start All-Star Game

When Mookie Betts and Jackie Bradley Jr. became roommates for their start in professional baseball back in 2011, they envisioned playing together for the Red Sox. But they weren't bold enough to predict starting in the same outfield in the All-Star Game.

6/27/2016 | Holt still experiencing concussion symptoms

Instead of getting Brock Holt back for this three-game series against the Rays that started on Monday night, the Red Sox now hope the left fielder can return for the start of the homestand on Friday night.

6/27/2016 | Miller's dream of reaching Majors comes true

Red Sox infield prospect Mike Miller was in the middle of a bus ride to Rochester, N.Y., on Sunday when Triple-A Pawtucket manager Kevin Boles told him discreetly to check his e-mail.

6/27/2016 | Ever-tightening All-Star races going to the wire

Entering the final 72 hours of the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, it seems increasingly likely that Major League Baseball's tradition of surprising late-surge selections will continue as fans decide the starting position players for the 87th All-Star Game presented by MasterCard on July 12 in San Diego.

6/26/2016 | Brentz experiences joy of first trip around bases

Six years after the Red Sox took Bryce Brentz with a first-round Draft pick, the outfielder at last experienced the joy of rounding the bases for his first home run in the Major Leagues.

6/26/2016 | Faria among top prospect performers Sunday

Rays No. 9 prospect Jacob Faria was among the top prospect performers in the Minors on Sunday.

6/26/2016 | Dombrowski: No quick fix for pitching woes

Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski knows that his club's starting pitching needs to perform significantly better. But this doesn't mean he can simply snap his fingers and fix it with still more than a month to go before the Aug. 1 non-waiver Trade Deadline.

6/26/2016 | Rangers roll, tied for MLB wins lead at 49

The Rangers scored three runs in the first inning, and Prince Fielder added a two-run homer in the sixth to back starter Martin Perez, who allowed one run over six in a 6-2 win over the Red Sox on Sunday afternoon at Globe Life Park. With their 49th victory, the Rangers are tied with the Giants for the most wins in the Majors and are off to the best 76-game start in team history.

6/26/2016 | Snell, Rays open 11-game homestand against Red Sox

The Tampa Bay Rays, who have lost 11 in a row, open an 11-game homestand for the first time since 2010, with No. 1 prospect Blake Snell taking the mound against the Red Sox at Tropicana Field on Monday night.

6/26/2016 | Wright's knuckler doesn't cooperate

Steven Wright was forced to try to beat the heavy-hitting Rangers without a functional knuckleball on Saturday night at Globe Life Park, which is why he really didn't have much of a chance in a 10-3 loss.

6/26/2016 | Texas native Buchholz leads Sox vs. Rangers

Clay Buchholz's second start since returning to the Red Sox's rotation will be in his native state of Texas, as the righty will try to hold up in the heat in which he grew up pitching in Sunday's rubber match against the Rangers in Arlington.

6/26/2016 | Rangers come alive to thump Red Sox

Elvis Andrus' three-run triple led the charge as the Rangers pounded American League ERA leader Steven Wright for eight runs in 4 2/3 innings as they defeated the Red Sox, 10-3, Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd at Globe Life Park.

6/25/2016 | Leon may stay with Sox when Hanigan returns

Backup catcher Sandy Leon has played so well that he might remain on the Red Sox's roster even after Ryan Hanigan is ready to come off the disabled list.

6/25/2016 | Red Sox recall Cuevas to bolster bullpen

The Red Sox recalled right-hander William Cuevas from Triple-A Pawtucket on Saturday to account for their recent bullpen attrition. In a corresponding move, Boston optioned infielder Deven Marrero to Pawtucket.

6/25/2016 | Q&A: Hough discusses life as a knuckleballer

Hough has a thorough understanding for the challenges of surviving as a knuckleball pitcher, which is why he has become a resource for several knuckleballers. Hough is this week's subject in the Q&A:

6/25/2016 | Moncada among top prospect performers Friday

The milestones keep coming for Yoan Moncada. The No. 5 overall prospect connected on his first Double-A home run on Friday night as part of another multi-hit performance, but it wasn't enough to keep Portland from losing to Reading, 11-3. Moncada's homer, a solo shot in the fourth inning, was his fifth of the season.

6/25/2016 | Primetime player: #ASGworthy Betts delivers

The dugout was surging with anticipation when the playmaker came to the plate with two outs in the ninth and the Red Sox needing one more big swing to complete an impressive comeback in Friday night's eventual 8-7 win over the Rangers.

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