|Super Benintendi flashing surprising power|
Andrew Benintendi's 100th career hit was his longest. It was also a sign that his power is no longer just projectable, but now a part of his game. In the top of the fourth inning, Benintendi unloaded on a high, outside fastball from Ian Kennedy on a 1-2 count and sent it splashing into the waterfall in right-center field at Kauffman Stadium.
|Pomeranz deals, but 'pen gives up lead late|
Royals catcher Salvador Perez hit his first career grand slam in the eighth inning and Kelvin Herrera recorded his 17th save as the Royals came back to beat the Red Sox 6-4 on Wednesday afternoon at Kauffman Stadium.
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|Red Sox target Friday return for Pedroia|
His left rib cage/lat area still heavily bruised after getting smoked by a pitch in Houston on Sunday, Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia missed a third straight game on Wednesday against the Royals. The club is now targeting Friday night's homestand opener against the Angels for Pedroia's return.
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|Red Sox sign first-rounder Houck|
The Red Sox have signed their first-round selection from last week's Draft, reaching agreement with University of Missouri right-hander Tanner Houck for $2,614,500, the slotted value for the 24th overall selection.
|Papi 10 List, No. 3: Walk-off AGAIN|
David Ortiz's 14th-inning single in Game 5 of the 2004 ALCS vs. the Yankees gives Boston a dramatic walk-off win for the second straight night.
|Before Red Sox honor Papi, Pedro reflects|
Tributes to David Ortiz abound as the Red Sox prepare to retire their beloved slugger's No. 34 on Friday before playing the Angels at Fenway Park. MLB.com is doing its part to count down the top 10 moments of Big Papi's career, and now former teammates are weighing in. On Wednesday, that teammate was a special one, Hall of Fame starter and MLB Network analyst Pedro Martinez.
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|Sox to retire Papi's number Friday vs. Angels|
When the Red Sox and Angels take the field for Friday night's opener of a three-game series, the No. 34 will be hanging from the right-field facade at Fenway Park next to some other all-time greats.
|Sale dominates, charts course to first place|
Chris Sale's latest gem, which fell two outs shy of a second consecutive complete game, put the Red Sox in sole possession of first place in the American League East for the first time this season.
|Marrero, Travis make big impact upon return|
After a travel adventure they won't forget any time soon, Sam Travis and Deven Marrero played key roles for the Red Sox in an 8-3 victory over the Royals on Tuesday at Kauffman Stadium.
|Dream comes true for Hosmer, Marrero|
Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer and Red Sox infielder Deven Marrero used to dream of this day. As they rode to school or baseball practice, the two "childhood best friends," as Hosmer called them, often pictured themselves someday playing on the same Major League field.
|Betts in need of votes to start All-Star Game|
Though Mookie Betts continues to help the Red Sox win with his play in all facets of the game, he will need a surge from his fans to get the votes necessary to start his second straight All-Star Game.
|5-year-old fan to make special Fenway trip|
5-year-old fan to make special Fenway trip
|Panda lands on 10-day DL with ear infection|
The Red Sox brought some reinforcements to Kauffman Stadium on Tuesday to patch their banged-up infield.
|Papi 10 List, No. 4: Grand Papi|
Before David Ortiz stepped to the plate, it was hard not to have that feeling. He'd come through in the clutch so many times during the playoffs, and this time would be no different.
|Sox's rallies fall short in opener vs. Royals|
Royals second baseman Whit Merrifield singled in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning after Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr.'s dive turned a single by Drew Butera into a triple, and the Royals held on for a 4-2 victory on Monday night at Kauffman Stadium.