|Bogaerts, Kelly undergo tests after early exit|
Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts and starter Joe Kelly both left Friday's 5-3 loss to the Mariners earlier than expected. The reason for one exit was originally a little more obvious than the other, though.
|Red Sox have mixed results with replay vs. Mariners|
The Red Sox nearly struck first Friday night against Felix Hernandez and the Mariners when Xander Bogaerts ripped an 0-2 inside fastball down the line, but well above the foul pole and Green Monster in left during the second inning.
|Red Sox continue to revamp offense with Castillo|
While the Red Sox are en route to their worst offensive season in decades, general manager Ben Cherington has gotten a strong head start on displaying a more productive unit for 2015 and beyond.
|Workman hopes to play stopper for vs. Mariners|
Chris Young, who has had a strong comeback season, will try to shut down the Red Sox. Brandon Workman looks to end Boston's six-game losing streak on Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park.
|Uehara's rocky ninth stings Red Sox in loss|
Nobody saw it coming, because Koji Uehara had never turned in a performance anything like it in his entire career as a reliever. Uehara blew the save in emphatic fashion on Friday night at Fenway, giving up five hits and five runs over two-thirds of an inning in a 5-3 loss to the Mariners.
|Red Sox finalizing deal with Cuban star Castillo|
A deal between Cuban outfielder Rusney Castillo and the Red Sox is in place, an industry source said Friday.
|Rodriguez throws seven scoreless innings for Portland|
Left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez, the Red Sox No. 9 prospect, threw seven scoreless innings Thursday and Double-A Portland defeated the Senators in Harrisburg, 1-0. Rodriguez struck out five batters, walked two and scattered five hits. He induced nine groundball outs and threw 91 pitches to match his longest outing of the season.
|Red Sox avoid being no-hit, but skid hits five|
The Red Sox avoided being no-hit at Fenway Park for the first time since 1958, but their losing streak reached five games. Will Middlebrooks came up with Boston's only hit of the night off right-hander Matt Shoemaker, a double into the left-field corner with two outs in the seventh. But it wasn't enough in a 2-0 loss to the Angels.
|Cespedes exits game due to personal matter|
Yoenis Cespedes left Thursday's game against the Angels in the top of the third inning due to a personal matter, the Red Sox announced.
|Call overturned after Farrell challenges|
The Red Sox won a challenge in the third inning of Thursday night's game against the Angels when catcher Christian Vazquez picked off second baseman Howie Kendrick at first base.
|Ortiz's numbers belie his age, Boston's standing|
With a torrid David Ortiz out of the lineup on Thursday, there's a chance to reflect on what the slugger has done of late, and all season.
|Earlier than expected, Craig back in action|
On Thursday, one day earlier than expected, Allen Craig returned to the Boston lineup. The right-handed hitter, who played just one game after being acquired from St. Louis before going on the disabled list, batted fifth and served as the designated hitter.
|Papi collects four hits, 30th homer in loss to Angels|
It all fell apart for Clay Buchholz and for the Red Sox in a five-run top of the fifth that led to an 8-3 loss to the Angels at Fenway Park on Wednesday night.
|Papi matches Williams for 30-homer seasons|
When David Ortiz pummeled a solo shot to the back wall of the visitors' bullpen in right field in the bottom of the third inning against the Angels, it marked home run No. 30 on the season. That gave Ortiz eight 30-homer seasons in his career, matching Ted Williams for the most in Red Sox history.
|Farrell hopes Schilling's diagnosis is wake-up call|
Hours after former Red Sox great Curt Schilling admitted publicly that his mouth cancer was all but certainly caused by the use of tobacco, manager John Farrell expressed hope that it would serve as a sobering reality to the many players who still use the substance.
|Ross returns from DL as Red Sox make host of moves|
The Red Sox got a comforting presence back in their lineup on Wednesday as catcher David Ross was activated from the disabled list. Ross had been dealing with right plantar fasciitis, a condition that ruptured against the Yankees the night of Aug. 1.
|'Ted Williams, My Father' bares daughter's soul|
In "Ted Williams, My Father," Claudia Williams demonstrates that she is very much her father's daughter. She has written a memoir that is tender and tough, poignant and heartbreaking, sweet and raw. And so honest that at times it feels like peeping into a stranger's window.
|Schilling: Cancer caused by smokeless tobacco|
Curt Schilling said Wednesday that he believes his use of smokeless tobacco led to oral cancer that required radiation and chemotherapy. Schilling revealed the type of cancer he had while speaking on WEEI Radio during the Boston station's annual fund-raising broadcast for the Jimmy Fund.
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