Cora hopeful Eovaldi will start Sunday vs. O's
Holt rejoins team at Fenway; Red Sox honor Nick Cafardo ahead of series opener; Price continue to progress
BOSTON -- The plan to move Nathan Eovaldi back to the rotation got delayed for a few days because manager Alex Cora pulled out all the stops to win the final two games of the series at Cleveland and deployed the flame-throwing righty out of the bullpen.
The latest plan
Castellanos, Devers chasing doubles history
A pair of young hitters could reach a feat more rare than 60 homers
This season could go down as the year of the home run, with a record number of long balls all but guaranteed to be hit. But 2019 also just might bring about the first 60-double season in a long time. Like, a really, really long time.
In fact, fittingly enough,
Take a trip down memory lane with Mookie
Reigning AL MVP talks MLB debut, rooming with JBJ and more
Mookie Betts has been revered for his show-stopping abilities in the outfield and at the plate, his standout skills in the bowling lanes and even for being a distant relative of Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex. But there is so much more to the reigning American League Most Valuable Player
MLB awards all locked up? Not so fast ...
Here are several dark horse candidates for postseason honors
It's a funny thing about the postseason awards: Races that look one way now may look completely different six weeks from now. While we have favorites in every category, we’ve also got roughly 25 percent of the regular season still to be played.
So let’s go looking for some dark
Devers makes history with career-high 6 hits
Sale quickest to 2,000 K's; Cashner gets first career save
CLEVELAND -- Throughout perhaps the wildest and most-needed win the Red Sox have had all season, there was but one constant on Tuesday night at Progressive Field.
Rafael Devers just kept raking.
In a 7-6 victory over the Indians that took 10 innings and required six pitchers (including Nathan Eovaldi,
Red Sox place Chavis on IL with shoulder injury
Weber optioned to Triple-A; Lakins, Hernandez recalled from Pawtucket
CLEVELAND -- Who would have thought that Michael Chavis making his best catch of the season would turn into a bittersweet moment for the rookie infielder?
The tumbling grab in short center field came with Chavis playing second base to rob Hunter Dozier of a hit in a 6-2 loss
Struggling Cashner moves to bullpen role
Against odds, Cora believes Sox can still make it to postseason
CLEVELAND -- The Red Sox are at a place in the standings they can no longer give struggling performers time to figure things out.
And that’s what led to Monday’s announcement by manager Alex Cora that righty starter Andrew Cashner has been moved to the bullpen.
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