|Red Sox calling up top prospect Devers for 3B|
The Red Sox are about to introduce their top prospect to the Majors. Slugger Rafael Devers will be called up to join the big league club to play third base and will make his MLB debut on Tuesday, president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski announced after Sunday's game against the Angels. Devers, 20, is the No. 12 prospect in the game, according to MLBPipeline.com.
|Porcello goes distance, but Sox edged in finale|
The Angels launched three home runs, including a go-ahead shot by Luis Valbuena, to topple the Red Sox, 3-2, on Sunday afternoon, securing their second straight win and a series victory at Angel Stadium.
|E-Rod, Paxton set for duel of lefties at Safeco|
The first-place Red Sox will be in Seattle for the only time this season for a three-game series that starts Monday night. It will be a battle of left-handers in Game 1. James Paxton, who has won his last four starts, takes the ball for the Mariners. Eduardo Rodriguez, who got better as the game went along in his first start back from the disabled last week, will start for Boston.
|Price sees stellar streak end, but health intact|
Though David Price's streak of allowing three earned runs or fewer in seven straight starts came to an end in Saturday night's 7-3 loss to the Angels, the left-hander continues to be an encouraging storyline for the Red Sox coming down the stretch.
|Price, Sox can't hold early lead, fall to Angels|
Andrelton Simmons crushed a go-ahead home run and drove in three runs and Albert Pujols added a pair of RBIs to fuel the Angels' 7-3 comeback win over the Red Sox on Saturday night, evening their three-game series at Angel Stadium.
|Hanley taking on heavier workload at 1B|
One thing that has helped Red Sox manager John Farrell's roster flexibility over the last week is an increased willingness by Hanley Ramirez to play first base.
|Sale joins Pedro, Randy, Ryan in elite K crowd|
Red Sox ace Chris Sale joined a small club on Friday night that is inhabited by legends only -- all of them first-ballot Hall of Famers.
|Red Sox's Top 30 Prospects list|
Who do the Red Sox have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Boston's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
|Jackie soars in SoCal with wall-crashing grab|
The electric Jackie Bradley Jr. has taken his highlight-reel glove to the West Coast for the next six games, and it took him all of one batter to make his presence felt in Friday night's opener against the Angels.
|Fister to 'pen as Sox shift to 5-man rotation|
After going with a six-man rotation for the first week coming out of the All-Star break, the Red Sox are going back to a traditional alignment that will lead to veteran starter Doug Fister moving to the bullpen.
|Sale (9 K's) handles Halos; Sox score 5 in 1st|
The night boded well for the Red Sox after they built a five-run lead before ace left-hander Chris Sale even took the mound.
|Young Red Sox fan Schultz passes away|
A young Red Sox fan who successfully survived a heart transplant and received the thrill of a lifetime by meeting two of his favorite players has passed away. The family of 5-year-old Ari Schultz announced his passing Friday via a post on Facebook. Schultz was taken to a Boston-area hospital and placed on life support early Thursday morning after suffering a seizure.
|Pedroia's bat sizzling since before break|
As a 12-year Major League veteran, Dustin Pedroia understands that you only get about 650 at-bats a season, so you better make them count.
|Sox's late comeback bid thwarted by Jays|
A stout Blue Jays bullpen was up to the task for seven-plus innings Thursday afternoon, helping Toronto escape Fenway Park with an 8-6 win over the Red Sox and a split of the four-game series.
|Fan misses two foul balls and is NOT happy|
Fan misses two foul balls and is NOT happy
|Pedroia, Pomeranz propel Sox past Jays|
Finally, the Red Sox could relax a little. After a string of tension-filled games coming out of the All-Star break, the bats strung together some early offense and Drew Pomeranz made it stand up, lifting Boston to a 5-1 victory over the Blue Jays on Wednesday night at Fenway Park.
|Pomeranz bolstering Boston's strong rotation|
The biggest question mark the Red Sox had in their rotation when the season started is fourth in the American League in wins (10), 10th in ERA (3.51) and 12th in strikeouts (108). Drew Pomeranz turned in his latest in a string of strong outings in Wednesday's 5-1 win over the Blue Jays, allowing three hits and no earned runs over 6 2/3 innings.
|Benintendi may have fooled Tulo with deke|
Benintendi may have fooled Tulo with this deke