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Johnson receives award for perseverance

Four months and three days after firing a complete-game shutout at Fenway Park in one of the feel-good moments of the season, Brian Johnson was back on Saturday to receive the club’s Lou Gorman Award, handed out annually to the prospect who demonstrates dedication and perseverance while working his way to the Major Leagues. …read more

Red-hot rook Devers playing like grizzled vet

Maybe the reason the Red Sox didn’t go out and get an impact bat before the non-waiver Trade Deadline expired Monday is because they already plucked one from their farm system a week ago. Rafael Devers celebrated his one-week anniversary in the Major Leagues on Monday by going 4-for-4 with a double and an RBI that helped lead the Red Sox to a 6-2 victory over the Indians. …read more

Betts, Pedroia honored for glove work

The awards continue to roll in for Mookie Betts and the Red Sox. Betts, Boston’s star right fielder, was named the Wilson Defensive Player of the Year for the Major Leagues on Friday. He has some familiar company on the squad. Dustin Pedroia earned the Wilson Award as the top second baseman in the game. …read more

New York groove: E-Rod dazzles in return

Before he was demoted to Triple-A Pawtucket in late June, left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez had a bad tendency of tipping pitches. But during the Red Sox’s 5-2 win over the Yankees on Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium, the southpaw erased his mechanical issues for a mighty return to the Major Leagues. …read more

Slugging Sox: Offense looking elite

For the last three nights at Fenway Park, the Red Sox were historic in the way they pounded the baseball against the Oakland Athletics, culminating with Wednesday’s 13-3 rout. This was the first time in Red Sox history they scored 13 or more runs in three straight games. Nobody in the Major Leagues had done it since the 1999 Indians. …read more

Farrell: Castillo could see at-bats at Triple-A

Rusney Castillo serving as the fifth outfielder for the Red Sox is hardly ideal, considering he has just 309 career at-bats in the Major Leagues and is relatively young (28 years old). Manager John Farrell acknowledges that there could come a time it makes more sense for Castillo to get regular at-bats at Triple-A. …read more

Owens shows progess in win vs. Orioles

Back on Sept. 2 at Fenway Park, Henry Owens didn’t enjoy the feeling of losing to the Yankees – a performance in which he lasted just 1 2/3 innings. That start was a wakeup call for Owens, one in which he learned what a tiny margin for error there is in the Major Leagues. Exactly …

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Kelly has mixed results in return to rotation

When Joe Kelly arrived to the clubhouse a few hours before Wednesday’s game, he had a smile on his face while exchanging pleasantries with teammates he hadn’t seen in a few weeks. The righty was back in the Major Leagues after a humbling trip down to Triple-A, and excited for another chance. The result — …

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