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Sox outslug Astros to cap prolific homestand

After rallying from four runs down to take the lead in the sixth inning, the Astros gave it back in the seventh when a ball hit by Ryan Hanigan dropped between outfielders Carlos Gomez and George Springer in right-center field, leading to a pair of runs and a 10-9 Red Sox victory Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park. With the win, Boston capped a 6-1 homestand in which it scored double-digit runs five times and averaged over 10 runs per game. …read more

Hanigan leaves it all on the table

Jackie Bradley Jr. earned the game-winning hit in Boston’s 7-5 win in 12 innings Sunday night against the Astros. Star closer Craig Kimbrel blew a save. Henry Owens made his first start of the season. In some way, shape or form, Boston catcher Ryan Hanigan had his hand in all of it, including perhaps the biggest walk for the Red Sox in 2016. …read more

Struck on hand behind plate, Hanigan exits

The Red Sox were forced to remove catcher Ryan Hanigan from the game during a critical juncture of Friday night’s tilt with the Yankees. With two outs in the seventh inning, reliever Tommy Layne hit Mark Teixeira on an inside fastball that ricocheted off the first baseman’s torso and struck Hanigan’s right hand. more

Koji regains zip on fastball in win over Jays

Koji Uehara’s fastball was nearly invisible from his repertoire during his blown save in Baltimore on Saturday, and when he did throw it, the velocity was in the low to mid-80s. When the closer took the ball for the Red Sox on Monday night, he didn’t try to hide the pitch. Instead, he encouraged catcher …

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