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Sale out to extend Sox's winning streak to 7

Winners of six straight, the American East-leading Red Sox make their first appearance at Tropicana Field of the second half Tuesday, a few weeks after the Rays took three out of four there to head into the All-Star break. Boston ace lefty Chris Sale opposes Tampa Bay rookie righty Austin Pruitt in the two-game series opener. …read more

Rays cancel ceremony at Ortiz's request

David Ortiz will play his final game at Tropicana Field on Sunday. Throughout his farewell tour, a final game at a stadium has been met with a ceremony and a gift. Out of respect to his friend Jose Fernandez, who died in a boating accident on Sunday morning, Ortiz asked that the pregame ceremony be cancelled. …read more

Sox's push continues in Papi's Trop finale

Playoff fever continues to permeate Tropicana Field as the contending Red Sox meet the Rays for their final meeting of the 2016 season, Sunday afternoon. Left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez (3-7, 4.84 ERA) will make his 19th start for Boston while Jake Odorizzi will become the last Rays starter to face David Ortiz. …read more

Surging Sox ride Papi's HR to cusp of berth

The Red Sox had their bullpen warming as early as the fourth inning Friday when Drew Pomeranz found himself in a first-and-third, one-out pickle. But the southpaw induced a 6-4-3 double play and allowed only one run in five innings before the ‘pen helped the Red Sox hold on for a 2-1 win over the Rays at Tropicana Field. …read more

Red Sox slip up in 11th, but stay in 1st place

Luke Maile saw reliever Heath Hembree drop the ball at first base in the 11th inning and started his sprint home. And the Rays’ backup catcher slid in safely as Sandy Leon couldn’t handle the throw at the plate to give Tampa Bay a 4-3, walk-off win over the Red Sox on Wednesday night at Tropicana Field. The Red Sox remain in a tie for first place in the American League East since the Blue Jays lost to the Angels on Wednesday. …read more

Price stifles Rays as Sox join Jays atop East

The Rays came into Monday’s opener against the Red Sox having scored 55 runs in the previous seven games. Apparently the only thing that could cool them off was facing Red Sox lefty ace David Price. The former Rays star pitched eight scoreless innings and allowed just two hits in a 6-2 Red Sox win at Tropicana Field. …read more