|Holt comes off DL; Red Sox option Miller|
After spending more than a month recovering from a concussion, Brock Holt is back with the Red Sox. Boston activated the versatile infielder/outfielder from the disabled list on Friday before its series opener against the Angels at Fenway Park. To make room for Holt, the Red Sox optioned infielder Mike Miller to Triple-A Pawtucket.
|Bogaerts has left no doubt he belongs at Midsummer Classic|
Xander Bogaerts could have -- and maybe should have -- been an All-Star last year. But the Red Sox didn't perform well as a team, and there are snubs every year.
|Bats go quiet as Red Sox shut out by Rays|
Matt Moore held the Red Sox hitless through five innings and escaped a key bases-loaded jam in the sixth as the Rays took Wednesday's rubber game, 4-0, at Tropicana Field.
|Price shoulders blame for subpar outing|
David Price didn't want to hear about a bad bounce here or there, or the fact that he had 10 strikeouts in Wednesday's 4-0 loss to the Rays.
|All-Star Ballot end sets up Tuesday intrigue|
The people have spoken and the countdown is on. After 68 consecutive days of relentless fan voting to determine starting positions players for the 87th All-Star Game on July 12 at Petco Park in San Diego, the largest All-Star balloting program in sports closed at 11:59 p.m. ET on Thursday.
|Big swing leads to early exit for Hanley|
With the bases loaded, two outs and the Red Sox down four runs in the top of the sixth inning on Wednesday, Hanley Ramirez thought he had a great idea.
|Red Sox, Angels to renew acquaintances at Fenway|
Fenway Park spectators will get their annual look at superstar Mike Trout, as the Angels visit the Red Sox for a three-game series that starts on Friday night.
|2016 Draft: Signing and bonus tracker|
Stay up to date on all the 2016 Draft signings as they happen with MLB Pipeline's signing and bonus tracker -- a complete breakdown of which picks from the first 10 rounds have agreed to terms, along with their reported bonuses and starting assignments.
|Hit in 57 games, win $5.6 million|
Joe DiMaggio amassed a 56-game hitting streak 75 years ago. Top that in Beat the Streak, and $5.6 million is yours.
|Red Sox have limited options for fifth starter|
Due to an off-day on Thursday, Red Sox manager John Farrell could have waited until Tuesday to deploy a fifth starter on the heels of Eduardo Rodriguez getting optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket earlier this week.
|Shaw's 5 RBIs power Sox past Rays|
Travis Shaw tied a career high with five RBIs and fell a triple shy of the cycle to fuel the Red Sox's 8-2 win over the Rays on Tuesday night at Tropicana Field.
|Porcello delivers much-needed strong start|
The mission couldn't have been any clearer for the Red Sox on Tuesday night at Tropicana Field. They needed a strong pitching performance from Rick Porcello, and it had to start from the outset.
|Shaw launches 449-foot home run|
Travis Shaw celebrated the one-month anniversary of his last home run by hitting another one -- a mammoth blast to right-center that sparked the Red Sox on their way to an 8-2 victory over the Rays on Tuesday night at Tropicana Field.
|E-Rod to focus on pitch tipping, command|
One of Eduardo Rodriguez's main points of emphasis during his upcoming stint with Triple-A Pawtucket will be to stop tipping his pitches.
|Moncada, Benintendi going to Futures Game|
Yoan Moncada and Andrew Benintendi, two prospects who created anticipation and excitement as soon as they became professional baseball players, will represent the Red Sox at the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game in San Diego on July 10.
|Red Sox prospects show off MLB-level bat flip game|
Red Sox prospects show off MLB-level bat flip game
|E-Rod struggles mightily in opener|
The Rays jumped all over Eduardo Rodriguez and the Red Sox to snap an 11-game losing streak and hand rookie Blake Snell his first big league victory in a 13-7 win in Monday night's opener of a three-game series.
|Farrell expresses frustration in team meeting|
After the Red Sox took a 13-7 thumping against the Rays on Monday that didn't even feel that close, manager John Farrell expressed his frustration to the entire team.