|Inbox: Timetable for Price's 2017 debut?|
When can the Red Sox expect to see David Price back on the big league mound? Is there a fallback plan if Pablo Sandoval is unable to hold down the third-base job upon his return? Beat reporter Ian Browne answers those questions and more in the Inbox.
|Porcello gets the ball as Sox return home|
Rangers right-hander Andrew Cashner will be making his first career start at Fenway Park when he faces right-hander Rick Porcello and the Red Sox in the first of a three-game series Tuesday night.
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|Sox offense roars back to life in 12-run outburst|
The sleepy bats of Boston finally woke up on Sunday, pacing the Red Sox to a 12-3 win over the A's that saved them from getting swept out of town.
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|E-Rod's stellar outing, bats lift Red Sox over A's|
Lefty Eduardo Rodriguez helped the Red Sox avoid a four-game series sweep at the hands of the A's, matching his career-high with eight innings pitched as the offense went to work in a 12-3 victory at the Coliseum on Sunday afternoon.
|Big Papi gets honorary degree from BU|
Big Papi was at Boston University's commencement
|Red Sox bring back reliever Workman|
The Red Sox shuffled their pitching staff once again Sunday, recalling right-handed reliever Brandon Workman from Triple-A Pawtucket and optioning Noe Ramirez to the PawSox. It marks the third roster move involving pitchers since the Red Sox arrived in Oakland on Thursday.
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|Benintendi makes cool swim move to avoid tag|
Andrew Benintendi made a swim move to avoid a tag
|Sox can't contain A's, drop 3rd straight|
The A's powered their way to a third straight win over the Red Sox, launching a trio of moonshots against Boston's bullpen in a five-run fifth inning that carried them to a commanding 8-3 victory at the Coliseum on Saturday afternoon.
|Pomeranz laments latest shortened outing|
Drew Pomeranz didn't last long against the A's on Saturday afternoon, and it didn't get much better from there. The Red Sox's southpaw completed just four innings before he received the hook from manager John Farrell, in what appeared to be a heated discussion caught by TV cameras.
|Price to make at least one more rehab start|
Rehabbing Red Sox left-hander David Price will make at least one more start with Triple-A Pawtucket before rejoining his teammates in Boston, manager John Farrell announced before Saturday's 8-3 loss against the A's.
|Chavis belts a pair of homers for Salem|
Astros prospects Kyle Tucker and Jason Martin have been swinging hot bats lately, and the trend continued Saturday as the duo led Class A Advanced Buies Creek to an 8-2 win over Down East.
|Sale gets 10 K's in record-tying 8th straight|
With a 10-strikeout performance on Friday night against the A's, Red Sox's ace Chris Sale reached double-digit strikeouts for an eighth straight appearance, matching an MLB record he already co-owned with Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez.
|Sale's record, JBJ's grab not enough vs. A's|
After Ryon Healy's would-be game-winning homer was robbed by Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. in the ninth inning, Mark Canha belted a no-doubt walk-off shot to lead off the 10th, sending Oakland to a 3-2 victory at the Coliseum on Friday.
|JBJ makes amazing walk-off-robbing catch|
If it weren't for the late heroics of Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr., Friday night's contest against the A's never would have reached extra innings. Even though Boston took a 3-2 walk-off loss in the 10th, Bradley's showstopping grab above the wall might go down as the Red Sox's top defensive play this season.
|Price welcomes his son into the world|
Price welcomes his son into the world