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Benintendi's diverse skill set makes him a hit

Andrew Benintendi might not have the prodigious power of Aaron Judge, but he does have a diverse skillset that made him a hit with the Red Sox in his first full Major League season. He’s a finalist for the American League Rookie of the Year Award with Judge and Trey Mancini of the Orioles. …read more

Rookies send Sox to series win in Bronx

The Yankees had their hands full with Chris Sale for seven innings, then were done in by a pair of prized Red Sox rookies in the final two. Rafael Devers cracked a dramatic game-tying home run in the ninth, and Andrew Benintendi delivered the go-ahead knock in the 10th, lifting Boston to a 3-2 victory on Sunday evening at Yankee Stadium. …read more

Sox chip away at Chapman, walk off on walk

Andrew Benintendi’s 5-4 walk-off walk against Aroldis Chapman capped a frenetic two-run bottom of the ninth to lead the Red Sox to a 5-4 win over their rivals from New York on Friday night. The last time Boston beat New York on a walk-off walk was when Ted Williams drew a free pass on Aug. 7, 1956. Benintendi was the first Sox player to win a game on a walk-off walk since Trot Nixon on Sept. 23, 2000, against the Orioles. …read more

Callis: Moncada provides upgrade at 3B, boost for Boston

The Red Sox already added a spark to their lineup by promoting one of the top prospects in baseball in August. Andrew Benintendi took over in left field and hit .324/.365/.485 in 21 games before spraining his left knee a week ago. With big league rosters expanding to 40 for September, Boston is hoping to get similar impact by calling up the game’s best prospect. Infielder Yoan Moncada, ranked No. 1 on MLBPipeline.com’s Top 100 Prospects list, will join the Red Sox Friday in Oakland. …read more