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Mookie's a good Betts to be AL MVP

David Price knows talent. So let’s pay close attention to what he said Saturday, when asked about resplendent Red Sox teammate Mookie Betts. “Right now, I think he’s the best player in all of baseball,” Price said. “I have the utmost respect for Donaldson and Mike Trout and Jose Altuve. But Mookie’s been special. And when a guy has never done it before, that makes it a little more special. …read more

Betts, Boston's batting barrage bring brooms

A batting barrage led by the second three-homer game from Mookie Betts this season was quite a sendoff for the Red Sox as they wrapped up their homestand by dominating the D-backs, 16-2, on Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park. Dustin Pedroia went 5-for-6 and scored three times from the leadoff spot. …read more

Betts takes lead in 4-way charge for third OF spot in AL

Mookie Betts of the Red Sox has moved into the third starting American League outfield spot as that race tightened in the past week, and the Blue Jays’ Jose Bautista is also making a big charge despite going on the disabled list with an injured right big toe, as a mere 133,097 votes separate four candidates for that final spot as we hit the homestretch of the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot. …read more

JBJ moves into starting OF spot in AL voting

Jackie Bradley Jr. has joined the American League outfield leaders in the ongoing 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot voting to put Boston on course to have three starters at next month’s 87th All-Star Game presented by MasterCard. And keep a close eye on fellow Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts as a key gainer in the latest weekly update. …read more

Kelly flirts with history in gem vs. Tribe

Joe Kelly was brilliant in his return to action, firing 6 2/3 no-hit innings before Juan Uribe cracked a double into the gap in right-center to break it up. Mookie Betts backed Kelly with two homers, including a grand slam, as the Red Sox rolled to a 9-1 victory over the Indians on Saturday at Fenway Park. …read more

Red Sox wowed by Negro Leagues museum

During his first trip to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum on Tuesday morning, Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. felt as if some of the former players were right there in front of him. Museum president Bob Kendrick gave a passionate presentation during his VIP tour with Bradley, Mookie Betts, Steven Wright and team radio broadcasters Joe Castiglione and Tim Neverett. …read more

Mookie's choice means a lot to MLB

Mookie Betts is good. Actually, he’s really good. He’s the next Ted, Yaz, Jim Rice and Big Papi in terms of making those around New England feel warm and fuzzy about the Red Sox for long stretches. The fact that this promising infielder-turned- outfielder is African-American only adds to why the following is so encouraging for Major League Baseball. …read more