|De Aza sent to Giants for Minor Leaguer|
Following a few weeks of speculation, the Red Sox were able to find Alejandro De Aza a new home after all.
|Machi thwarts rally as Sox upend Yanks|
David Ortiz slugged his 495th career home run and Mookie Betts connected for a two-run blast, helping lead the Red Sox to a 4-3 victory over the Yankees on Monday at Fenway Park.
|Papi goes deep, five homers from 500|
David Ortiz's race to 500 homers keeps churning forward, and the Red Sox slugger is so close that Fenway Park already sports a banner above the Green Monster tracking his career home runs.
|Bradley's cannon nails Bird at home|
Jackie Bradley Jr. not only makes standout plays on a near daily basis for the Red Sox, but his offense has turned into a significant plus.
|Statcast to track Red Sox, Yanks on Network|
The Yankees and the hot-hitting Red Sox will receive some much-needed reinforcements for their Tuesday night tilt at Fenway Park -- one that will feature the revolutionary tracking technology of Statcast in an MLB Network Showcase game.
|Fans take part in Ice Bucket Challenge|
As he sat on an overturned bucket, Rob Daigle knew what was coming. Hanley Ramirez had a bucket of icy water in his hands, and it was about to end up all over him.
|Right shoulder latest malady to plague Hanley|
Though Hanley Ramirez's right shoulder ailment -- the one that had him out of the lineup again on Monday night -- didn't become public knowledge until a few days ago, it has bothered him for several weeks.
|Red Sox fall short in back-and-forth tilt with Mets|
Their brief stumble earlier this weekend squarely in the past, the Mets resumed their march toward a playoff bid with a 5-4 win Sunday over the Red Sox at Citi Field. Michael Cuddyer drove in the go-ahead run in the seventh for a Mets team that took the final game of the three-game series after dropping the first two.
|Papi passes Gehrig, McGriff with HR No. 494|
Red Sox slugger David Ortiz surpassed the legendary Lou Gehrig and Fred McGriff with home run No. 494 on Sunday afternoon, a towering two-run shot deep into the seats in right field at Citi Field that moved him into sole possession of 27th place on the all-time list.
|Miley goes behind the back to snare grounder|
Red Sox lefty Wade Miley helped his cause in the fifth inning of Sunday's game against the Mets when he made a nifty behind-the-back snag on a ground ball by David Wright.
|Lovullo expects Hanley to play 1B this season|
Though a right shoulder injury has kept Hanley Ramirez out of the lineup the last three days, interim manager Torey Lovullo expects the slugger will have enough time to appear in a game at first base before the season is out.
|Machi replaces Tazawa as Red Sox's closer|
Red Sox interim manager Torey Lovullo informed Junichi Tazawa on Sunday morning that he will no longer pitch the ninth inning and will instead resume being the primary setup man, a job he has excelled at for the last three seasons. Jean Machi, who saved Saturday's game when Tazawa was unavailable, will get a chance to close.
|Kelly authoring quite the in-season turnaround|
Here is how drastically things have changed for Joe Kelly in the last month. At one point on Saturday, David Ortiz, the most prominent player on the Red Sox, sidled up to Kelly and said, "You've got me super excited for next year." Over his last six starts, Kelly is 6-0 with a 2.68 ERA.
|Panda lays out to make pivotal run-saving play|
A bullet from Wilmer Flores threatened to veer too far to Pablo Sandoval's left in the seventh inning on Saturday afternoon, and if it did, the Mets were going to have all kinds of momentum while cutting the Red Sox's lead to a single run. But Sandoval sprawled to the dirt of the infield at Citi Field, quickly rose up and fired across the diamond for a crucial out.
|Kelly outduels deGrom as Red Sox clip Mets|
The Mets had all the ingredients in place for a picture-perfect Saturday at Citi Field: a sellout crowd, a sun-splashed afternoon and a dominant Jacob deGrom on the mound. But it was Joe Kelly and the Red Sox who scored an opportunistic 3-1 victory, sending the Mets to their fifth consecutive home loss.
|Red Sox have variety of options for '16 outfield|
When it comes to aligning their young outfield for 2016, the Red Sox are considering a variety of factors. Before Saturday's game against the Mets, interim manager Torey Lovullo provided a glimpse into some of the inner-workings that are being discussed with president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski and the rest of the staff.
|Papi doubles off bench, intends to play Sunday|
Mark it down as one of the shortest work days in David Ortiz's career. The slugger stepped up as a pinch-hitter in the top of the ninth inning in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Mets and smoked a double off the fence in center on the first pitch he saw from Bartolo Colon. He was then removed for pinch-runner Rusney Castillo. Ortiz didn't start on Saturday after leaving Friday's game with some left heel tightness.
|Ortiz jump-starts offense with homer No. 493|
David Ortiz continued his push toward home run No. 500 on Friday night at Citi Field, rejuvenating his team's offense in the process.