2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
68-61, 3rd in AL East
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1d

Wait for it: Holt, Red Sox win game from Aug. 7

After the original game was suspended due to rain on Aug. 7, Brock Holt drove in the winning run after just 12 minutes of resumed play Thursday as the Red Sox beat the Royals 6-4 in 10 innings.

Holt walks it off in continued game (1:07)
1d

BBTN: Mets, Mookie, Numbers Game

Buster talks with Keith Law about the Mets' road to the postseason, the Dodgers' player development system and Lucas Giolito's growth (15:17). Then, Sarah Langs and "The Numbers Game" (35:23) and Alex Speier, author of "Homegrown," discusses the Red Sox's offseason plans and Mookie Betts' rise through the system (39:58).

2d

Harper, Dickerson help Phillies beat Boston 5-2

Bryce Harper homered to give Philadelphia a fifth-inning lead, and Corey Dickerson drove in two runs with a triple and a single on Wednesday night to help the Phillies beat the Boston Red Sox 5-2 and sweep the two-game series.

Bradley belts HR over bullpen in right (0:24)
2d

BBTN: Passing Koufax, Correa Injury, Power 10

Buster talks to Bleacher Report's Scott Miller about the evolution of Clayton Kershaw, how the Dodgers will manage their playoffs rotation, the significance of Carlos Correa's injury and more (13:12). Plus, "Hembo Knows" (31:24) and the latest Power 10 (38:16).

3d

BBTN: Red Sox, Hamilton Signing, Numbers Game

Buster talks to The Boston Globe's Dan Shaughnessy about the handling of Chris Sale's elbow injury, Dave Dombrowski's cloudy future, Alex Cora's unusual influence and more (10:43). Plus, "The Numbers Game" with Sarah Langs (24:38) and Dave Schoenfield on Billy Hamilton's deal with the Braves and Carlos Correa's back issues (29:52).

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4dDavid Schoenfield

The top home run achievement ever for all 30 MLB teams

With balls flying out of stadiums at a record pace, we look at each franchise's all-time greatest long ball moments, from David Ortiz and Ken Griffey Jr. to B.J. Upton and Mike Hampton.

What will Red Sox do next year with Sale? (1:01)
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4dJeff Passan

Sources: Sale expected to avoid Tommy John

Chris Sale will miss the remainder of the regular season because of a left elbow injury but is expected to avoid Tommy John surgery, sources told ESPN. He will miss the remainder of the regular season as he rehabilitates the injury.

4d

BBTN: Acuna's Effort, Sale's Injury, Cap Talk

Buster talks to Tim Kurkjian about Brian Snitker's decision to pull Ronald Acuna Jr., the severity of Chris Sale's elbow injury and the Yankees' ongoing feud with umpires (14:36). Plus, a quick interview with Anthony Rizzo (35:00) and "Cap Talk" with Todd Radom (38:02).

5d

Red-hot Devers helps Red Sox rally past Orioles, 13-7

Rafael Devers went 4 for 5 with a homer, two doubles and four RBI, and the Boston Red Sox rallied from an early six-run deficit for a 13-7 victory Sunday that completed a three-game sweep of the Baltimore Orioles.

6d

Rodriguez, Devers carry Red Sox past Orioles, 4-0

Eduardo Rodriguez pitched 7 1/3 stellar innings, red-hot Rafael Devers belted a two-run homer and the Boston Red Sox beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-0 on Saturday night for their fourth straight victory.

Mookie shows up for game in vintage Corvette (0:18)

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.7019th
Quality Starts46Tied-12th
WHIP1.3617th
BAA.25111th
Runs740Tied-2nd
Batting Average.2761st
On Base Percentage.3462nd
Slugging Percentage.4814th