|Dominant Sale starts as Sox near East clinch|
With the American League East title in sight, the Red Sox enter Tuesday night's game against the Blue Jays at Fenway Park with a magic number of three to clinch the division. Boston dropped the opener, which snapped a six-game winning streak.
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|Pomeranz's early exit keeps magic number at 3|
On the strength of a two-out, four-run second inning, the Blue Jays held on for a 6-4 victory on Monday night at Fenway Park, in the process keeping the Red Sox's magic number to clinch the American League East at three.
|Betts not worried after exiting with wrist pain|
The hits just keep on coming for the Red Sox of late -- and not in a good way -- as another injury forced Mookie Betts to exit for precautionary reasons during Monday night's 6-4 loss to the Blue Jays at Fenway Park in the eighth inning.
|Nunez returns, then aggravates right knee|
The Red Sox lineup got a boost that was shortlived during Monday night's 6-4 loss to the Blue Jays at Fenway Park when sparkplug Eduardo Nunez -- who had sprained the PCL ligament in his right knee on Sept. 9 -- aggravated the injury and exited after two at-bats. He is considered day to day.
|Spots up for grabs on postseason roster|
By Wednesday at the earliest, the Red Sox could clinch back-to-back division titles for the first time in their history. And if that happens, manager John Farrell will narrow his focus to several interesting roster decisions that must be made for the American League Division Series against either the Astros or Indians.
|Before they were postseason bound: Red Sox|
The Red Sox are back in the postseason, a year after being swept in three games out of the American League Division Series by the eventual AL champion Cleveland Indians. Here's a head start with facts about every player representing Boston in October.
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|Magic number at 3 as Sox win 6th straight|
A road trip defined by thrilling comebacks included one more for the rolling Red Sox, who came roaring back with four runs in the eighth to pull out a 5-4 victory over the Reds on Sunday afternoon at Great American Ball Park.
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|Mookie's moxie flips finale in Red Sox's favor|
The Red Sox won without their most dynamic player on Saturday. But it's a good thing Mookie Betts returned from his left foot contusion on Sunday, because there's no chance the Red Sox would have pulled out a series-sweeping 5-4 victory over the Reds and trimmed their AL East magic number to three without the All-Star right fielder.
|Bullpen of the Week: Red Sox|
The Boston Red Sox are gearing up for the postseason, having just clinched a spot to play in October. Now they're trying to wrap up the American League East division title. Their brilliant last seven days, in which they went 6-0, put them in good position, and their relief pitching played a big part in their week of excellence.
|Red Sox blank Reds, trim magic number to 5|
Mitch Moreland gave a masterful Eduardo Rodriguez some breathing room with a towering three-run homer in the sixth and the Red Sox whittled their magic number down to five in the American League East with a 5-0 victory over the Reds on Saturday afternoon at Great American Ball Park.
|Father & son: Farrell pair makes history|
Red Sox manager John Farrell didn't get to see his son, Luke, pitch much when he was a kid. But on Saturday, Farrell had the best view any father could ever have to watch his boy on the mound.
|Surging E-Rod in driver's seat for playoff rotation|
Eduardo Rodriguez has gone full-speed ahead in his quest to win a spot in the postseason rotation, and Saturday's brilliant performance in a 5-0 victory over the Reds might have cemented his case.
|Sox storm back vs. Reds, pad AL East lead|
The Red Sox endured the early body blow of a grand slam by Cincinnati's Scooter Gennett and then stormed back with big hits and clutch relief to pull out a 5-4 victory over the Reds on Friday night that reduced their magic number for clinching the American League East to six.
|Price shows what he can do as reliever|
The value that David Price can bring to the Red Sox as a reliever was on full display on Friday at Great American Ball Park as manager John Farrell went to him in a high-leverage situation.
|Benintendi feels the love in return home|
They spanned three entire sections of bleachers in left field, starting near the foul pole and stretching toward left-center. They were mostly from Ohio, but nearly all of them wore Red Sox shirts and hats.