Game Stories

Red Sox 1, White Sox 2: Things fall apart

The Red Sox just can't seem to find their feet.

Red Sox 4, Yankees 7: Lackey throws BP, Sox fall

The Yankees took John Lackey deep four times, leaving the Red Sox on the wrong end of a 7-4 score.

Red Sox 4, Yankees 2: Sox top CC on Sizemore homer

Grady Sizemore has struck again, producing a game-winning homer to put the Red Sox back on even footing with the New York Yankees.

Red Sox 1, Yankees 4: Pineda dominates

Was Michael Pineda that good, or the Red Sox that bad? Probably both in parts.

Red Sox 4, Rangers 2: Ortiz offers a reminder

David Ortiz took the most frustrating loss of the young season and, with one swing of the bat, turned it into a statement win.

Red Sox 7, Rangers 10: A complete disaster

The Red Sox made it seem closer than it was late, but a disaster third inning sealed Boston's fate early on.

Red Sox 5, Rangers 1: Pierzynski on center stage

Jackie Bradley Jr. and A.J. Pierzynski took center stage as the Red Sox snapped their losing streak at three games.

Red Sox 4, Orioles 3: Xander Bogaerts, unstoppable

The Red Sox wasted more chances, but this time they cashed in on just enough to eek out a series win in Baltimore. And Xander Bogaerts? He just can't be stopped.

Red Sox 6, Orioles 2: Big bats back up John Lackey

The heart of Boston's order was ridiculously productive, and the Orioles could not keep up, bringing the Red Sox their first victory in their second game of the year.

Red Sox 6, Pirates 7: Brandon Workman struggles

The Red Sox overcame Brandon Workman's early struggles, but could not keep the Pirates down as they fell to Pittsburgh, 7-6.


Red Sox 8, Orioles 6: Sox survive late surge

The Red Sox' starters built up a big enough lead to survive a ninth-inning implosion and earn their first Grapefruit League victory.

Red Sox 2, Twins 6: Webster stumbles out the gate

It was a rough start to spring for Allen Webster and Jose Mijares, but at least Daniel Nava had a good day.

Red Sox 5, Northeastern 2: Sox stars quiet in win

The Red Sox have a win in the bag, and no injuries to report. All-in-all a successful start to spring training.

Red Sox 6, Cardinals 1: World Series champions!

A 6-1 victory sealed it: the Red Sox are World Series champions!

The Red Sox are World Series champions!

They did it!

Red Sox 3, Cardinals 1: One win away

The Red Sox are one win away from clinching the World Series thanks to a huge performance from Jon Lester and a big hit from David Ross.

Red Sox 4, Cardinals 2: Gomes' bomb takes back HFA

Jonny Gomes provided the big hit, busting a lengthy slump with a three-run homer that lifted the Red Sox back into a World Series tie.

Cardinals 5, Red Sox 4: Obstruction

In one of the most unusual endings in World Series history, the Cardinals walked off on an obstruction call.

Cardinals 4, Red Sox 2: Breslow gives away Game 2

The Red Sox beat Michael Wacha. The Cardinals beat Craig Breslow. And now home field advantage lies with St. Louis.

Red Sox 8, Cardinals 1: Sox blow out sloppy Cards

The Cardinals played sloppy defense, Jon Lester was magnificent, and the Red Sox picked up some big hits. Put it all together, and you've got a blowout Game 1 victory.

Red Sox 5, Tigers 2: Victorino punches the ticket

Shane Victorino's grand slam won Game 6 and clinched the American League pennant, sending Boston back to the World Series!

Red Sox 4, Tigers 3: Sox hold on in Game 5

The Red Sox jumped out to an early lead, then held on late. They'll head back to Fenway with a 3-2 lead in hand, one win shy of the World Series.

Red Sox vs. Tigers score: Red Sox jump ahead 4-0

The Red Sox have jumped on Anibal Sanchez early, taking a 4-0 lead after three innings.

Tigers 7, Red Sox 3: Peavy, Pedroia blow it

The Red Sox finally got the bats going consistently, but couldn't quite get the big hit together, while the Tigers took advantage of major failures from Jake Peavy and Dustin Pedroia to tie the series up at 2-2.

Red Sox 1, Tigers 0: An improbable 2-1 lead

It took the Red Sox until the fifth to pick up their first hit, but a fantastic performance from John Lackey and one big swing from Mike Napoli were enough to lift the Red Sox past the Tigers to a 2-1 ALCS lead.

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