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  • Sox Get Their First Series Sweep Of The Season

    BOSTON — The Red Sox are hoping an improbable comeback can jump-start their rough start this season. Rusney Castillo hit a solo homer and an RBI single during a seven-run rally in the eighth inning that sent the Red Sox over the Athletics 7-4...
  • Friends set up gofundme page for woman hit in head by bat at Fenway Park

    Friends set up gofundme page for woman hit in head by bat at Fenway Park
    Friends have started an online fundraiser for a woman hit by a flying bat during Friday night's game between the Oakland Athletics and the Boston Red Sox. Tonya Carpenter remained in serious condition Sunday at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in...
  • Boston police: Fan hurt by bat at Fenway expected to survive

    A fan hit by a broken bat at Fenway Park is expected to survive after suffering life-threatening injuries during a game between the Oakland Athletics and Boston Red Sox. Officer Rachel McGuire said Saturday that the woman is recovering. Tonya...
  • Kelly Snaps 9-start Winless Stretch, Red Sox Beat A's 4-2

    Kelly Snaps 9-start Winless Stretch, Red Sox Beat A's 4-2
    BOSTON (AP) — Hanley Ramirez had a sleepless night after a frightening moment at Fenway Park. He responded with a homer in his first at-bat. Ramirez hit a two-run shot, Joe Kelly pitched six solid innings to earn his first win since his...
  • Ramirez Homer Backs Strong Outing From Kelly

    BOSTON — Joe Kelly pitched six solid innings to earn his first win since his initial start of the season, Hanley Ramirez hit a two-run homer and the Boston Red Sox beat the Oakland Athletics, 4-2, on Saturday. The teams played a day after a fan...
  • Woman hit by broken bat at Fenway Park in serious condition, expected to survive

    Woman hit by broken bat at Fenway Park in serious condition, expected to survive
    A fan hit by a broken bat at Fenway Park is expected to survive after suffering life-threatening injuries during a game between the Oakland Athletics and Boston Red Sox. Officer Rachel McGuire said Saturday that the woman is recovering. Tonya...
  • Woman Still In Hospital After Being Hit By Broken Bat At Fenway

    Woman Still In Hospital After Being Hit By Broken Bat At Fenway
    BOSTON (AP) — A fan whose head was bloodied by a broken bat that flew into the stands at Fenway Park was in the hospital with life-threatening injuries, police said. The game between the Oakland Athletics and Boston Red Sox was halted in the...
  • A's call up switch-handed pitcher Pat Venditte

    A's call up switch-handed pitcher Pat Venditte
    BOSTON — Pat Venditte took his warmup pitches in his major league debut with his right arm. And his left. The ambidextrous pitcher entered the game against the Boston Red Sox at the start of the seventh inning after being called up Friday by the...
  • Ambidextrous A's pitcher makes debut in Red Sox's win

    The Athletics and Red Sox came to a stop while a woman was treated for life-threatening injuries after she was struck by a broken bat that flew into the stands. Concerned players watched. The crowd went quiet. Everything that followed meant little...
  • Sandoval's Error In 9th Sends Hunter, Twins Over Red Sox

    Sandoval's Error In 9th Sends Hunter, Twins Over Red Sox
    BOSTON (AP) — A surprising strategy by first-year manager Paul Molitor fit the way the Minnesota Twins have been playing so far this season. Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval mishandled a throw on a bunt by star Joe Mauer in the ninth inning,...
  • Jeff Jacobs: Rodriguez Brightens Bleak Season For Sox Fans

    Jeff Jacobs: Rodriguez Brightens Bleak Season For Sox Fans
    BOSTON — The losses heaped on losses, oh, they have taken thousands of words and so much radio air time to dissect. The Red Sox wins? Sometimes they need only one word. After he had become the first pitcher since 1900 to go at least seven...