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After Sale, Sox's ALDS rotation in flux

A day after clinching the American League East, Red Sox manager John Farrell was still mulling over his rotation plans for the upcoming American League Division Series presented by Doosan against the Astros. The only thing that is official for now is that ace Chris Sale will start Game 1 on Thursday at Minute Maid Park. …read more

Sox still upbeat, in AL East driver's seat

In a scenario that seemed highly unlikely when the week started, the American League East title is still unsettled with two games to play in the regular season. But one thing hasn’t changed. The Red Sox are still in first place, a spot they’ve held since Aug. 1. Their magic number for clinching their second straight AL East crown is one. …read more

Sox look to lock up AL East behind Pomeranz

The Red Sox’s magic number to clinch the American League East title is one, meaning they can lock up the division if they beat the Astros on Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park or the Yankees lose to the Blue Jays. There will be plenty on the line when left-hander Drew Pomeranz faces Lance McCullers Jr. in the penultimate game of the regular season for two teams getting to know each other well. …read more

Red Sox blank Reds, trim magic number to 5

Mitch Moreland gave a masterful Eduardo Rodriguez some breathing room with a towering three-run homer in the sixth and the Red Sox whittled their magic number down to five in the American League East with a 5-0 victory over the Reds on Saturday afternoon at Great American Ball Park. …read more

E-Rod aims to lower Boston's magic number

As the Red Sox try to lock up the American League East division title over the second-place Yankees, they will turn to left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez to face the Reds on Saturday at Great American Ball Park. Rodriguez’s last two starts will be important as he tries to win a spot in the postseason rotation. …read more

Facing O's, Pomeranz eyes AL-best 17th win

The first-place Red Sox, who play their final seven games at home, continue their final road trip against Baltimore in which the Sox will try to put more distance between them and the second-place Yankees. Boston enters Tuesday with a three-game lead in the American League East, while Baltimore is 5 1/2 back of the second AL Wild Card spot. The Red Sox will send lefty Drew Pomeranz opposite O’s righty Kevin Gausman. …read more