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93-69, 1st in AL East

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Carlos Beltrán and Alex Cora being honored today in Puerto Rico.

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2dBradford Doolittle

Hitting the reset button on starting pitcher wins

Did Chris Sale not get his due in AL Cy Young voting? Updating one of baseball's oldest pitching stats to fit the modern game could have helped his case while giving all of baseball's aces deserved credit.

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3dDan Szymborski

Projecting MLB's award winners in 2018

After just missing out on the Cy Young this year, Chris Sale is pegged as the favorite next season by projections systems.

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Chavis goes deep twice in AFL

Michael Chavis hit two home runs and drove in three in the Peoria Javelinas' Arizona Fall League loss Tuesday. Fellow Red Sox farmhand Henry Owens didn't fare as well in the contest, allowing five runs on six hits in three innings.

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Expert picks: Who will win the Cy Young?

Max Scherzer and Clayton Kershaw have five Cy Youngs between them. Will one of them add another trophy to his shelf? What about in the AL, where a strong case can be made for Corey Kluber or Chris Sale?

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Giancarlo Stanton has not expressed an unwillingness to accept a potential trade to Boston or St. Louis, according to a source familiar with the slugger's thinking.

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Cora: This Is A Challenge And An Opportunity

Red Sox manager Alex Cora talks to Buster Olney about getting the gig in Boston, his expectations for the club, his relationship with the team's veterans and more.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Hall of Famer Bobby Doerr batted .409 in his only World Series, but his Red Sox lost in six games to the Cardinals in 1946. In its press release Tue. about Doerr's passing at age 99, the Hall used a classic quote from the popular, clutch-hitting second-baseman: "I like to think good guys can finish first."

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Bobby Doerr, who died Monday at 99, was the oldest living Hall of Famer and, as historian & author Marty Appel points out, the 9-time All-Star second-baseman for the Red Sox was the last surviving MLBer from the 1930s — and no ‘30s Negro Leaguers are left.

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Red Sox Hall of Fame 2B Doerr dies at 99

Bobby Doerr, a Hall of Fame second baseman who was dubbed the "Silent Captain" by longtime Boston Red Sox teammate and friend Ted Williams, has died. He was 99.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox have completed their coaching staff by hiring Craig Bjornson as bullpen coach. Bjornson most recently worked in that capacity with the Houston Astros. So, here is new manager Alex Cora's staff: Ron Roenicke (bench), Dana LeVangie (pitching), Tim Hyers (hitting), Andy Barkett (asst. hitting), Tom Goodwin (first base/outfield/baserunning), Carlos Febles (third base/infield), Bjornson (bullpen), Ramon Vazquez (quality control).

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6dJerry Crasnick

Hot stove survey: Where does J.D. Martinez wind up?

The Diamondbacks would love to have Martinez back, but the Red Sox need a power bat this winter. Most executives surveyed expect the slugger to land a deal in the $120 million-$160 million range.

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6dScott Lauber

Sox OF Betts bowls perfect 300 in PBA event

Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts bowled a perfect 300 game in the final qualifying round of the World Series of Bowling in Reno, Nevada.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Mookie Betts bowled a perfect 300 game Sunday night in the latest qualifying round for the World Series of Bowling in Reno, Nevada, according to a spokesman for the Pro Bowlers Association.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Through 30 games, Mookie Betts is averaging 206.43 at the World Series of Bowling. In the third qualifying round Sunday, he averaged a personal-best 207.8 in 10 games (210, 256, 198, 246, 184, 228, 170, 219, 193 and 174).

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

After 20 games and with 20 remaining, Mookie Betts ranks 159th in a field of 195 at the World Series of Bowling with a 205.75 average, up from his 190 average of two years ago when he made his WSOB debut. His scores in the second round ("Shark" oiling pattern): 227, 215, 202, 207, 155, 179, 222, 223, 237, 222.

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Chavis clubs walk-off HR in AFL

Red Sox third-base prospect Michael Chavis hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the 10th inning to give the Peoria Javelinas a 5-4 win over the Mesa Solar Sox in the Arizona Fall League on Thursday. The 22-year-old is batting .260 across 18 games this fall.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.704th
Quality Starts882nd
Batting Average.25813th
On Base Percentage.32911th
Slugging Percentage.40726th

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