|Better late than never: Red Sox rally in Chicago|
Their bats lacking thump yet again, the Red Sox relied on 15 walks and three sacrifice flies to pull out a 6-4, 14-inning victory over the White Sox on Wednesday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
|Lester, Sale set for marquee matchup in finale|
Left-handers Chris Sale and Jon Lester will oppose each other when the Red Sox and White Sox close out their three-game series Thursday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
|Colbrunn backs approach, says bats will break out|
In recent years, the Red Sox have typically been one of the top offenses in the Majors. But they've started this year struggling to find their way at the plate, particularly with men in scoring position.
|Victorino should start rehab assignment this weekend|
Delayed a bit by the inclement New England weather, Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino is expected to start his Minor League rehab assignment by Friday or Saturday, said manager John Farrell.
|Pedroia back in lineup; Napoli unsure when he'll return|
In that carousel known as the Red Sox's walking wounded, Dustin Pedroia returned to the starting lineup on Wednesday night and hit in the leadoff spot while Mike Napoli was out of action for the first time this season with a dislocated left ring finger.
|Napoli day to day with dislocated ring finger|
Already this week, the Red Sox dodged major injuries to Dustin Pedroia and Koji Uehara. And it appears they were fortunate again on Tuesday night, as Mike Napoli merely suffered a dislocated left ring finger on a gruesome play in the top of the ninth inning of a 2-1 loss to the White Sox.
|Good news for Pedroia is what Red Sox needed|
The Red Sox, already beset by multiple injuries, finally got good news with Dustin Pedroia's wrist exam showing no major damage.
|Bogaerts' ninth-inning error sinks Red Sox|
Amid frigid conditions on Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field, the early-season struggles of the Red Sox continued with a 2-1 loss to the White Sox in the opener of a three-game series.
|Farrell talks with La Russa about replay system|
After expressing his exasperation with the expanded replay system over the weekend, manager John Farrell spoke with Tony La Russa by phone.
|Pedroia expects to be in Wednesday's lineup|
While Dustin Pedroia and Koji Uehara remained out of action for the opener of a three-game series against the White Sox, they should both be available before the series ends.
|A year later, Boston and its fans still standing strong|
One year ago today, one of the country's great cities was gutted by the horrific events at the finish line of the Boston Marathon and the aftermath of that day's terrorist acts that took lives and limbs, ripped apart families and created new, difficult realities for the survivors and their loved ones. Boston got back on its feet because that's what Boston does.
|Wearing No. 42 'means a lot' to Bradley|
As Jackie Bradley Jr. ran out to center field for the Red Sox on Tuesday night, he felt privileged to have No. 42 on his back, in honor of Jackie Robinson.
|Anniversary of bombings hits home for Red Sox|
Though they were starting a three-game series in Chicago, the Red Sox had Boston on their minds. Tuesday marked the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, and the subsequent "Boston Strong" theme which became prevalent throughout a World Series championship baseball season.
|Pedroia, Uehara to avoid DL stints|
The Red Sox had a highly encouraging off-day on Monday, when they learned that two of their most important players -- Dustin Pedroia and Koji Uehara -- are all but certain to avoid stints on the disabled list.
|Red Sox focused on overcoming early adversity|
After enjoying the euphoria of a ceremony at the White House and collecting their championship rings a few days later at Fenway Park, the Red Sox have subsequently tasted the cold, hard reality that inevitably seems to strike the team trying to defend a title.
|Sox skipper Farrell ejected for arguing replay ruling|
Red Sox manager John Farrell boiled over with frustration on Sunday night after a replay call was challenged and overturned, leading to the Yankees scoring what ended up being the deciding run in the series finale. Farrell was ejected, as managers have been instructed not to argue plays under review.
|Farrell: Robinson Day 'one of great days'|
When the Red Sox open their three-game series in Chicago on Tuesday night, every player on both sides will wear No. 42 in the annual recognition of "Jackie Robinson Day" in Major League Baseball. "I think it's one of the great days we celebrate during any season," said Red Sox manager John Farrell.
|Uehara has 'good' session; exam set for Monday|
The Red Sox got some good news before Sunday's game against the Yankees, as closer Koji Uehara had what manager John Farrell termed as "a good throwing session".
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