|Pedroia unlikely to return until weekend series|
Dustin Pedroia is "a little bit better," said manager John Farrell, but it seems doubtful the second baseman will return from his concussion in time to play at Yankee Stadium from Tuesday-Thursday.
|Buchholz dazzles with three-hit shutout of Rays|
Clay Buchholz hurled his second shutout of the season as the Red Sox downed the Rays, 3-0, on Sunday at Tropicana Field.
|Castillo rips a hit in first game in over a year|
In the not too distant future, Rusney Castillo will get to a bigger stage such as Fenway Park and revel in all that that comes with it. But for one searing Sunday afternoon, the relative anonymity of Field 1 of the Red Sox's Player Development Complex suited Castillo just fine.
|Sox send Johnson to Orioles for infielder Weeks|
Kelly Johnson's stint with the Red Sox was a short one. Almost a month to the day they acquired him from the Yankees for Stephen Drew, Boston dealt Johnson to the Orioles for infielder/outfielder Jemile Weeks and Minor League infielder Ivan De Jesus Jr.
|Rays lose review as call upheld in Red Sox's favor|
The Rays lost their challenge in the fourth inning of Saturday night's 7-0 win against the Red Sox at Tropicana Field. Minutes later, Boston squandered an opportunity to challenge a play by waiting too long.
|Start of Rays-Red Sox delayed by power outage|
The start of Saturday night's game between the Rays and Red Sox at Tropicana Field was delayed by 12 minutes due to a partial power outage at the ballpark.
|Farrell leaning toward implementing six-man rotation|
Red Sox manager John Farrell expects to go to a six-man rotation as early as next week. And even though Anthony Ranaudo was optioned to Class-A Greenville on Saturday to make room for the return of shortstop Xander Bogaerts, the young right-handed prospect is expected to be one of the six starters Farrell deploys.
|Sox lose Pedroia on rough night for Webster, offense|
The promise that Red Sox right-hander Allen Webster had showed recently has been washed away in the last two starts, as he's been unable to make it out of the fifth inning on both occasions. He was victimized by a familiar problem Saturday night -- lack of command. The result was a 7-0 loss to the Rays at Tropicana Field.
|Red Sox making the most of a down year|
While the Red Sox certainly had higher aspirations coming off their 2013 World Series championship, GM Ben Cherington has done a fine job retooling for next year.
|Betts' first slam helps Red Sox cruise over Rays|
The Red Sox scored eight times in the first two innings, capped by Mookie Betts' first grand slam, and Anthony Ranaudo went six strong frames in an 8-4 win over the Rays on Friday at The Trop.
|Castillo set to debut in Gulf Coast League playoffs|
Rusney Castillo will see his first game action on Sunday in Fort Myers, Fla., in a Gulf Coast League playoff game.
|Inbox: A good problem to have|
The Red Sox have a solid group of outfielders, but which ones will crack the lineup next year? Ian Browne takes fans' questions.
|After missing two games, Papi returns to lineup|
David Ortiz was back in the lineup on Wednesday after missing the previous two games with a bruised right foot.
|Tazawa's woes vs. Blue Jays continue in loss|
Junichi Tazawa has struggled against the Blue Jays and at Rogers Centre throughout his five big league seasons, and on Wednesday, those woes sunk the Red Sox's hope of a sweep.
|Escobar fires scoreless frame in debut with Sox|
Edwin Escobar made his Red Sox debut in a 5-2 loss to the Blue Jays on Wednesday, tossing a scoreless inning of relief.
|Napoli joins elite company with massive blast|
Mike Napoli's mammoth home run in the 11th inning marked the 17th time in Rogers Centre history that a player has gone deep to the fifth deck.
|Spot on: Sox use seven-run rally to sink Jays|
After playing small ball to break a tie, the Red Sox showed some muscle and went deep twice to put the game out of reach. Mike Napoli crushed a three-run shot to the fifth deck, and Allen Craig swatted his first homer as a member of the Red Sox to lift Boston to an 11-7 victory at Rogers Centre, creating the opportunity for the sweep on Wednesday.
|Overturned call at second pivotal in Sox's rally|
For the second straight night, Mookie Betts was thrown out at second base. But just like Monday, the Red Sox's top prospect had the call overturned following a video review.
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