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Angels' Shoemaker One-Hits Red Sox In Shutout Win

Matt Shoemaker flirted with a no-hitter and the Angels one-hit the Red Sox, 2-0, to complete a rare sweep in Boston.

Angels rally in fifth inning of 8-3 victory over Red Sox

KEY MOMENT: The Angels erased a 3-1 deficit with five runs in the fifth inning, Erick Aybar's single, Chris Iannetta's walk...

Curt Schilling Blames His Cancer On Chewing Tobacco

Curt Schilling, who won 216 games in 20 major-league seasons, announced Wednesday on WEEI radio in Boston his belief that a recent bout with...

Jackie Bradley Jr. Sent Down By Red Sox; Mookie Betts Called Up

The Boston Red Sox demoted outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and recalled outfielder/infielder Mookie Betts from Triple-A Pawtucket, the team...

Chris Iannetta pushes Angels past Red Sox, 4-3

AT THE PLATE: Josh Hamilton was back in the cleanup spot after a two-game "mental break" from a slump in which he hit .132 (five for 38)...

Mike Napoli Powers Red Sox To 5-4 Win Over Reds

CINCINNATI -- Mike Napoli hit a two-run home run and Anthony Ranaudo pitched six innings to earn his second career victory, lifting the...


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Errors Cost Red Sox In Loss To Angels

Errors Cost Red Sox In Loss To Angels

C.J. Wilson pitched into the sixth inning and the Angels capitalized on a pair of errors in the eighth to down the Boston Red Sox, 4-2, to...

Dad Who Gave Kidney To Daughter Grateful To Sox

Dad Who Gave Kidney To Daughter Grateful To Sox

This story starts with pain in Bella Forrest's knees and it ends with her dad, Bill, winning three authentic Red Sox World Series rings. Yet...

Shane Victorino Gone For Season; Allen Craig On 15-Day DL

It wasn't a good day on the medical front for the Boston Red Sox.

Astros Power Past Red Sox

Astros Power Past Red Sox

The first career grand slam for Jose Altuve was one of three homers crushed by the Houston Astros as they beat the Boston Red Sox 8-1 Sunday...

Jacobs: Cespedes Fills Many Needs

Jacobs: Cespedes Fills Many Needs

BOSTON — Boston already has Big Papi. So let's call Yoenis Cespedes the Big Need.

A Night Ranaudo Will Never Forget

Ranaudo was only 7 when he went with his family to his first major league game, the Yankees' home opener against the A's. Seventeen years...


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