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2019 Schedule
80-74, 3rd in AL East
Moreland goes deep twice (0:35)
Rays score on wild pitch to cap big inning (0:28)
2d

Rodriguez, Red Sox beat Giants 5-4 to avoid sweep

Eduardo Rodriguez struck out 10 over six innings of two-hit ball, and Xander Bogaerts had a pair of RBI singles on Thursday to lead the Boston Red Sox to a 5-4 victory over the San Francisco Giants.

3d

BBTN: Bochy's 2000th, Cole's 300th, Barry Zito

Before an open and honest interview with former MLB pitcher Barry Zito (33:14), Buster talks to Tyler Kepner of The New York Times about Bruce Bochy's 2000th win, an emotional night for the Yastrzemski family and Giancarlo Stanton's return to the Yankees (14:44). Plus, Sarah Langs and "The Numbers Game" (28:18).

Joon Lee ESPN 

Red Sox legend Carl Yastrzemski throws the ceremonial first pitch at Fenway to his grandson, Mike.

Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports
3d

Red Sox shut down Price for remainder of season

Red Sox manager Alex Cora said that David Price won't pitch again this season due to a cyst in his wrist that has limited him to a single two-inning start since early August.

Lee: Don't bet on Betts staying in Boston (1:27)
4d

BBTN: Long Games, Brewers, Big Contracts

After a record-breaking night in Boston, Buster and Keith Law criticize the state of the game and explain why so many people close to the sport can't stand the product (13:27). Then, the two discuss the season-ending injury to Dellin Betances and who could earn the next $400M contract. Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel also talks to Buster about the Brewers and how they've overcome the loss of Christian Yelich (36:27). Plus, this week's "Power 10" (45:06).

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4d

Red Sox, Giants use record-tying 24 pitchers

In a game that featured 50 players overall, the Giants and Red Sox tied a major league record in Tuesday night's game by combining to use 24 pitchers, including a record-tying 13 from the Giants.

Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via AP
4dJoon Lee

Mike Yaz: Homer in Fenway debut 'super special'

Giants outfielder Mike Yastrzemski, the grandson of Red Sox great Carl Yastrzemski, said playing at Fenway on Tuesday "isn't just special for me. This is special for anyone who saw my grandfather play."

Ross: The Sox should pay Betts (1:58)

Joon Lee ESPN 

Can't name the last time I saw a Fenway Park crowd gave a standing ovation to a player on an opposing team like Mike Yastrzemski. With both teams out of the playoff hunt, the Boston crowd is rooting for the story tonight.

Joon Lee ESPN 

You can't make this up. In his Fenway Park debut, Mike Yastrzemski, grandson of Red Sox legend and Hall-of-Famer Carl Yastzremski, hits a home run over the center field fence in his second at-bat in the fourth inning. Red Sox fans gave him a standing ovation. What a moment.

Ortiz shares deeper appreciation for visiting patients (0:33)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs8494th
Batting Average.2694th
On Base Percentage.3403rd
Slugging Percentage.4685th
Earned Run Average4.6319th
Quality Starts52Tied-18th
WHIP1.3719th
BAA.25114th