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Pedro Takes His Rightful Place Among the Greats

Watch Hall of Famer Get His Number on the Facade Pedro Joins Other Red Sox Greats Above Right Field But Deflategate Overshadows Everything, Even at Fenway

"'It seems like destiny had me linked ... to the Red Sox, the championships, everything. I'm still, like, floating." -- Pedro Martinez

But First, Let Me Take a Selfie

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In the Big Inning, the Red Sox May Have Saved a Season

Boston 7, Choakland 4 | Sweep Caroline! 7 Run Rally Gives Sox a Hugh Win X Marks the Spot With Game-Winning Double Off the Wall in 8th Happiest Person Who Had a Horrible Start at Fenway Park? Clay Buchholz Remember Pablo Sandoval? The Panda Belted 2 Hits on Sunday Rusney Castillo Finally Realized He's Being Paid $72.5 Million Even David Ortiz Drove in a Run

"Wow. Seven runs in one inning. That's the kind of offense we have. We showed what we can do." -- Xander Bogaerts after the huge victory

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E-Rod goes deep
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E-Rod Goes Deep

Big Debut for Eddy Ballgame Fast Eddy Throws Hard, Works Quickly Will Mr. Ed Stay in Boston? Of Course! Season Saved?

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Joe Kelly roughed up again

Not Even Close to Average 'Cy' Kelly Is Now on the Fast-Track to Pawtucket

Minnesota 7, Boston 2 | Kelly Is The Cooler in Minneapolis More Rotation Deflation for Red Sox as Kelly Goes South in a Hurry Remember Hanley Ramirez? He Picked Up an RBI Monday This Just In: These Aren't Your Father's Twins David Ortiz Is Completely Lost at the Plate 2 Catchers Hitting Under .200 Won't Cut It Mike Napoli Can't Do It All... Or Can He?

"The energy in this clubhouse this morning was built upon the last two days, and to go out and have a game like today was very disappointing." -- John Farrell, disappointed again

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John Farrell

Red Sox Are Left Toast

Seattle 5, Boston 0 | Sox Bats Scuffle in 5-0 Loss Red Sox Make James Paxton Look Like Randy Johnson Boston Batted .201 on Road Trip, Much Worse Against Lefties Jordan's Boss Eliot Tatelman Can Rest Easy for Rest of Season Who Had Brock Holt and Shane Victorino as Co-MVPs? Mookie Betts Needs to Move Down in the Order He Had the Wright Stuff, For a Few Innings Whatever Happened to Mike Napoli?

'"We're not hitting right now." -- Hanley Ramirez, Captain Obvious

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Wade Miley of the Boston Red Sox pitches against the Oakland Athletics in the bottom of the first inning at O.co Coliseum on May 13, 2015 in Oakland, California.
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Wade Throws Shade on Gray, A's

Boston 2, Oakland 0 | Upset of the Year, Miley Lets A's Get Close But No Cigar High 5.60: Miley Gets ERA Below Deep 6 Oakland Goes 0-13 With RISP Sox Bats Quiet Again

"Houdini." -- Wade Miley on getting out of Oakland with a win

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Mookie Being Hanley
(Jim Davis / Boston Globe Staff)

Best Betts Steps Up To Get Sox Off the Schneid

Mookie 2, Rays 0 | Betts Makes Everyone Forget About Problems for a Day John Henry Must Have Provided the Spark With His Talk The 37 People Who Remember the '75 Team Enjoyed the Evening Porcello Silences Those Who Wanted New Star Wars Rotation We Aren't Saying A Word About Mike Napoli and His 5 Extra Base Hits On Season Stop the Presses: Allen Craig Got Another Hit More Good News: 2:26 Game Welcome Back Koji

"I think we just needed a win." -- Mookie Betts, keeps things simple

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May the 4th Place Be With You Red Sox Ravamp Pitching Staff in Wake of Free-Fall in AL East

New Rotation Goes Into Effect Tonight: 1. Chewbacca, 2. Darth Vader, 3. Boba Fett, 4. Luke Skywalker, and 5. Obi Wan Kenobi 'Now, I Think We've Got Five No. 1's.' -- Sincerely, John Farrell Kelly's Roast Toast, It's Sweep Caroline at Fenway, Circa 2006 Ellsbury 'Should Have Stolen Two' Snaps Back at Mujica in Ker Plunkapalooza Yankees Han Solo in First Place

"You throw one up and in and at 3-0 you come at me. I don't really care what they're trying to do over there, but I just took my base and let them know I didn't appreciate it. I don't need to get thrown out. I realize my importance to my team. It didn't hurt anyways. I should have stolen two bases off of him." -- Jacoby Wan Kenobi

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Clay Buchholz was horrendous at Fenway
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The So-Called Ace Was a Disgrace Last Night

Toronto 11, Boston 8 | Jays Pound Clay Clay's ERA: 5.76; Opponents Batting .444 With Runners in Scoring Position 'You've Got Your No. 1' -- John Henry on Clay Buchholz After Opener Cafardo: As Bad as Buchholz Was, Don't Expect Change Soon At Least Edward Mujica Looks Like He Could Replace Koji Any Chance Clay Can Come Up with a Stiff Neck Today? Breaking: Red Sox Gray 'I'm the Ace' T-Shirt Is Missing! And Speeding Up the Game Took Four Hours

"Whenever your team gives you a four-run lead you're supposed to come out a lot better than that. Went out there with a game plan of throwing strikes, let them put the ball in play and get outs. Walked the first guy. All the contact that they made - they hit the ball hard and it wasn't at any of our players in the field. I have to do a lot better job than that." -- Clay 'Captain Obvious' Buchholz

"The light goes on for most guys, or you click and figure it out, or it's something you never get. He's not going to be a 1, that's just not going to happen. It's not part of his makeup." -- Curt Schilling crushes Clay on WEEI

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Mookie's Smooth Hard Slide Gets the Run In

Boston 1, Tampa Bay 0 | No One Saw The Sox Winning 1-0 Games Betts Barrels Into Second, Breaks Up Double Play, Winning Run Scores Wade Makes the Grade: Miley Makes It Into 6th Pitching Shutout 'Pen Is Mightier: Boston Bullpen Battens Down the Hatches Caveat: Rays Lineup Makes Phillies Look Like '27 Yankees Red Hot Holt's Gotta Play Over Vic Right Now, Right? 0-for-12 With RISP, But Score 19th Unearned Run Hat Tip to Hanigan

"It's things we've talked about. That was my chance to put it into play. Nothing dirty, just trying to break up the double play and it worked out that time." -- Mookie Betts, hitting on the Mendoza line, but still playing hard

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It's Hamels Time

Red Sox Starting Rotation an Early Cause for Concern Rosenthal: Phillies Need to Trade Hamels to Red Sox Don't Want to Give Up Hall of Famer Mookie Betts? OK, Here's Some Great Options for Philly... Manuel Margot Creating Buzz at Single A Salem Brian Johnson Finding the Strike Zone in Pawtucket Deven Marrero, Now More Aggressive at Plate Big Bryce Brentz Hits Monster Walkoff Homer Hey Philly, Brock Star Holt's Batting Over .500! Blake Swihart Pushes PawSox Past IronPigs

"... if Philadelphia general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. is indeed serious about trading Hamels, he eventually will need to stop dithering and take his best shot." -- Ken Rosenthal, Fox Sports

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Is the Red Sox Rotation of Aces Really Just a House of Cards?

New York 14, Boston 4 | Bronx Bombing Stops Sweep Talk So Mookie Betts Is Hitting .192 with 2 Walks, But It's Early Right? So Since the Two Homers, Comeback Kid Pedroia Has a Double to His Name Do The Sox Need to Take Advantage of Another Red Hot Brock Holt? Can We Get Rusney Castillo Up Here Already? Vic Batting .125 Is Pablo Sandoval Going to Hit Nothing But Singles All Year? Everyone Can Rest Easy, Mike Napoli Got a Hit David Ortiz Is More Than the Face of the Red Sox

"Felt good with all of my pitches. The command was a little off at first but after that I felt really good." -- Clay Buchholz, who gave up 9 earned runs on 9 hits in 3.1 innings.

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Rick Porcello
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The Highest Paid Pitcher In Red Sox History Is In a Must-Win Situation Tonight

When You Sign for Over $20 Million Per Year, You Have to Win Your Next Start Good News Is That Porcello Is Facing the PhiladelphiAAA Phillies ProJo: Why Did the Red Sox Pay Rick Porcello So Much? Porcello's 13.1 fWAR Since 2009 Ranks 44th Among MLB Starters Calculated Risks: Weighing Porcello's Contract vs. Other Red Sox Pitchers Porcello Has 1-1 Record, 2.84 ERA In Last Three First Starts

"It's not rocket science, just go out there and give them a solid start every fifth day." -- Rick Porcello, the $82.5 Million Man

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Hanley Goes Deep, Twice
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HanRam Slam Leads Red Sox in Romp of Phillies for Openers

Grand Opening: Boston 8, Philadelphia 0 | Feat of Clay: Buchholz Comes Up Aces The Power Is Back On In Left: Hanley Ramirez Belts Homer, Grand Slam, 5 RBIs (Ted, Yaz, Rice, Troy, Mike, and Manny Approve) Welcome Back Dustin Pedroia... (We'll Find Out Next February That He Got Hurt on His Home Run Trot) Mookie Being Mookie: Betts Takes First Steps to Hall of Fame with Homer in Game 1 While You Are Reading This, David Ortiz Is Still Hugging Ryan Howard Allen Craig Just Batting 1.000, That's All Pablo Sandoval Looked Good, No? Cole Hamels, 7.20 ERA, All Set

"This is how I planned it in my head. Everybody's opinion about the rotation outside the clubhouse is different than what's in here." -- Clay Buchholz, Ace of the Red Sox pitching staff

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Lester leaves game early
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$155 Million Doesn't Get You Out of the 5th Inning

Cards Slap Lester Around in Opener NL Scouting Report: Run on Lester, Keep Running, Run Again The Red Sox Easily Have 5 Aces That Can Go At Least 5 At Least Jon Had a Place to Go to the Bathroom, Theo Same Old Cubs. Sincerely, Rex Ryan Kris Bryant, Anyone?

"Not much was working. It was a little bit of a grind from the get-go. A lot of balls up in the zone. Just wasn't real sharp." -- Jon Lester, 0-1