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Red Sox Shuffling Players Around In Outfield Due To Multiple Injuries

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When the 2016 season began, we’re guessing you never would have thought Bryce Brentz would be the Boston Red Sox’s starting left fielder… 76 more words

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Xander Bogaerts Deserves AL MVP Consideration, Dennis Eckersley Says

Is Xander Bogaerts the most valuable player in the American League?

The Boston Red Sox shortstop was leading Major League Baseball with a .351 average and 104 hits going into Thursday’s game against the Chicago White Sox, and Bogaerts also had an MLB-best 32 multi-hit games. 79 more words

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Early Offensive Starts Have Been Hard To Come By Lately For Red Sox

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Remember when the Boston Red Sox seemed to score early in just about every April and May game? Well, that hasn’t been the case lately. 56 more words

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David Price Turning Things Around After Slow Start To Red Sox Career

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Remember David Price’s early struggles in a Boston Red Sox uniform? Well, that’s a distant memory now thanks to his last four outings. 66 more words

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Travis Shaw Exceeding Expectations As Major League Hitter For Red Sox

Travis Shaw’s minor league numbers never suggested he’d be a .300 hitter in Major League Baseball, but alas, here we are.

The Boston Red Sox third baseman hit five home runs with the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox in 2015, but something clicked when he moved up to the big leagues, and he hit 13 in just 65 games. 88 more words

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Xander Bogaerts Evolving Offensively, Defensively In Fourth Red Sox Season

Xander Bogaerts has come a long way since his Major League Baseball debut.

The Boston Red Sox shortstop, who extended his MLB-best hitting streak to 22 games Sunday against the Toronto Blue Jays, has developed into an All-Star-caliber player since coming up to the bigs at the age of 21. 99 more words

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After Demotion To Red Sox's Bullpen, What's Next For Clay Buchholz?

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Clay Buchholz officially has been moved to the Boston Red Sox’s bullpen, but what’s next?

NESN’s Dennis Eckersley thinks we’ll see Buchholz make another start for the Sox this season, if only because it’s a long one and Boston inevitably will need a spot start. 19 more words

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