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4/18/2015 | Hanley still learning Monster ropes in left field

On Saturday, Red Sox outfielder Hanley Ramirez drifted back to the Green Monster, trying to get a bearing on exactly where he was, and had a drive tick off his glove. It's the type of play that Ramirez will probably make in due time, once he becomes fully comfortable as a left fielder.

4/18/2015 | Buchholz on right track with 2nd quality start?

Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz's second quality start in three games in a 4-1 loss to the Orioles on Saturday could be a sign that the better version of the right-hander is here to stay.

4/18/2015 | Bogaerts' patience paying dividends at plate

Boston's Xander Bogaerts entered Saturday's contest batting .395 with a .452 on-base percentage, with both of those marks ranking second-best in the Majors among qualified shortstops. Though early, the offensive returns are promising.

4/18/2015 | Victorino scratched vs. Orioles with sore ribs

Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino was scratched from the lineup about an hour before Saturday's 4-1 loss to the Orioles due to sore ribs.

4/18/2015 | Red Sox reportedly sign Bautista to Minors deal

The Red Sox signed right-hander Denny Bautista to a Minor League contract on Saturday, according to a report Baseball America. The club has not confirmed the signing.

4/18/2015 | Porcello looking to help Red Sox rebound vs. Orioles

Right-hander Rick Porcello and the Red Sox continue the four-game series against Miguel Gonzalez and the Orioles on Sunday at Fenway Park.

4/18/2015 | Hanigan 'happy to contribute' with first Fenway homer

As Ryan Hanigan faced a barrage of fastballs from Orioles pitcher Kevin Gausman, fouling off a pair of them to stay alive in the at-bat, the Red Sox catcher was still sitting on the righty's high-90s heater as the fifth inning reached its boiling point Friday night.

4/18/2015 | Farrell plays matchup, pinch-hits for Victorino

Though pinch-hitting for Shane Victorino doesn't figure to become commonplace, Red Sox manager John Farrell did just that in Friday's 3-2 win over the Orioles.

4/18/2015 | Slumping with bat, Napoli helps with legs

At some point soon, Mike Napoli (.118 average, no homers) will rediscover his stroke. But in the meantime, the first baseman will find other ways to help his team win. In Friday's 3-2 victory over the Orioles, Napoli used the most underrated aspect of his game to score the game-winning run.

4/17/2015 | Boston walks off on Bogaerts' blooper

It came down to a little flair from Xander Bogaerts just over the second baseman's head and into short right field, allowing the Red Sox to pull out a 3-2, walk-off win over the Orioles on Friday night at Fenway Park. It was the first career game-ending hit for Bogaerts, and it came against right-hander Tommy Hunter.

4/17/2015 | Buchholz, Tillman out to reclaim Opening Day form

For as dominant as Clay Buchholz proved to be during his season debut, the 30-year-old righty was equally ineffective in his following start, allowing 10 runs (nine earned) in 3 1/3 innings at Yankee Stadium. Buchholz and the Red Sox will aim for a better result on Saturday when they face Chris Tillman and the Orioles in the second game of a four-game series.

4/17/2015 | Ubaldo ejected after hitting Sandoval with pitch

Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez was ejected from Friday night's game against the Red Sox in the fourth inning after hitting Pablo Sandoval in the right shoulder with a pitch.

4/17/2015 | Papi helps Maine Lottery add prize with Red Sox feel

Lucky lottery players always stand a chance of winning money. Those who play a new instant game offered by the Maine Lottery, however, can also win the experience of watching a Red Sox game in a suite as guests of David Ortiz.

4/17/2015 | As starters struggle, catchers gaining more comfort

At the tail end of a week that saw Clay Buchholz, Justin Masterson and Wade Miley struggle mightily on the mound, the Red Sox have shown fans a team of contrast in the season's early going.

4/17/2015 | Craig continues to adjust to limited playing time

As baseball increases emphasis on specialized relief pitchers while offensive production shrinks around the league, the duties of a bench player -- especially in the American League -- have become some of the toughest in the game. Just ask Allen Craig.

4/17/2015 | Red Sox need starting rotation to step up

That offense is the primary reason the Red Sox weren't adamant about adding an ace over the winter. As we've seen so far, with the Red Sox compiling a 6-3 record, bats like these can be a separator in this sport, even if the starting five isn't stocked up on Cy Young candidates.

4/16/2015 | Red Sox hosting Fenway open house April 25

On April 25, the Red Sox will host a free open house to give fans the chance to experience Fenway Park during April school vacation week. The day-long event is highlighted by a showcase game between Florida A&M University and North Carolina Central University at 2 p.m. ET.

4/16/2015 | Breslow's third annual fundraising event set for April 30

On April 30, Red Sox reliever Craig Breslow will host the third annual Sip Happens fundraising event, an evening of food and wine tasting set to feature several teammates as well as other members of the organization. All proceeds will go toward Breslow's nonprofit organization, the Strike 3 Foundation, which works to support childhood cancer research and awareness.

4/16/2015 | Inbox: Will Boston trade Craig for lefty reliever?

Will the Red Sox make a trade for a left-handed bullpen arm soon involving Allen Craig? Will Pablo Sandoval become a hindrance on the Sox's long-term plans? Beat reporter Ian Browne answers these and other questions in his latest Inbox.

4/15/2015 | Workman avoids surgery, but no timetable for return

Red Sox right-hander Brandon Workman was able to avoid right elbow surgery after a visit with Dr. James Andrews.

4/15/2015 | Poor outing for Miley continues recent rotation trend

The last thing the Red Sox want to do is create fodder for the peanut gallery that frets about the club's lack of an ace. But over the last four games, only Rick Porcello has produced a quality outing.

4/15/2015 | Nationals team up to deliver Beantown rout

After a tough first eight games to their season, capped by two ugly losses in Boston, the Nationals regrouped nicely on Wednesday with a 10-5 victory over the Red Sox in the finale of a three-game series at Fenway Park.

4/15/2015 | Fenway observes moment of silence for Marathon victims

Two years ago, the Red Sox played a pivotal role in unifying their city following the tragic events of the Boston Marathon bombings. On Wednesday, at exactly 2:49 p.m. ET during the fourth inning of their series finale versus the Nationals, the Red Sox recognized the city-wide moment of silence held in remembrance of those killed or wounded in the attack.

4/15/2015 | Knee issue no longer hindering Bogaerts

The left side of the Red Sox's infield got healthy in short order. Less than 24 hours after Xander Bogaerts underwent an MRI on his right knee, the shortstop was back in the lineup on Wednesday.

4/15/2015 | Red Sox reflect on Jackie's seismic impact on game

The Red Sox joined in with the rest of Major League Baseball in remembering Jackie Robinson on Wednesday, with each player wearing his No. 42 jersey that has been retired by all clubs.

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