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Last Game

Sat, May 2
Fenway Park
TV: MLB Network
New York Yankees
Boston Red Sox


W: N. Eovaldi (2-0)
W. Miley (1-3)
D. Betances (1)

Home Runs

NYY - C. Young (6)  
- D. Pedroia (5)


Wed Apr 22
L 7 - 5at TB
Thu Apr 23
L 2 - 1at TB
Fri Apr 24
W 7 - 5at BAL
Sat Apr 25
L 5 - 4at BAL
Sun Apr 26
L 18 - 7at BAL
Mon Apr 27
W 6 - 5TOR
Tue Apr 28
L 11 - 8TOR
Wed Apr 29
W 4 - 1TOR
Fri May 1
L 3 - 2NYY
Sat May 2
L 4 - 2NYY
8:05 pm EDT
7:10 pm EDT
Mon May 4
7:10 pm EDT
Tue May 5
7:10 pm EDT
Wed May 6
7:07 pm EDT
Fri May 8
at TOR
1:07 pm EDT
Sat May 9
at TOR
1:07 pm EDT
Sun May 10
at TOR
10:05 pm EDT
Mon May 11
at OAK
10:05 pm EDT
Tue May 12
at OAK
3:35 pm EDT
Wed May 13
at OAK


New York13-815-9
Tampa Bay11-1013-11
Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli struggling at the plate this season
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli still hasn't quite figured it out at the plate this season. The veteran is still looking to find a rhythm and break out of an early slump, reports MLB.com.

"You have to let it out sometimes. You can't always hold it in," Napoli said. "I'm working hard every day to get results. I'm confident. I'm not panicking. I'm trying to fight through it."

He went 0 for 4 in Saturday's game, lowering his average to just .160 in 75 at-bats this season.

"There's been times where he's expanded the strike zone a little bit more than we've seen in the past," Red Sox manager John Farrell said. "A couple of opportunities in the middle innings today that unfortunately he was unable to cash in on. When he's going right, or as he's capable, it makes our lineup completely different, and he's important to us."

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Red Sox C Ryan Hanigan (finger) undergoes surgery, out until late July
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

Red Sox catcher Ryan Hanigan underwent surgery Saturday to repair a broken finger and isn't expected back until late July, according to WEEI.com.

Hanigan, who was placed on the 15-day disabled list, fractured the finger during Friday's loss to the Yankees.

“He had surgery today,” Red Sox manager John Farrell said. “There were some pins inserted. It’s going to be a lengthy recovery time. I wouldn’t anticipate him back before the All-Star break.”

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Red Sox catching prospect Blake Swihart gets hit in MLB debut
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

Red Sox catching prospect Blake Swihart collected his first-career base hit Saturday, legging out an infield single in a loss to the Yankees.

Swihart was called up Saturday morning as a replacement for Ryan Hanigan, who suffered a broken finger on Friday against New York.

Swihart batted ninth in his debut and went 1 for 3.

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Red Sox starter Wade Miley takes loss despite seven good innings
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

Red Sox starter Wade Miley (1-3) allowed three runs on seven hits in seven innings on Saturday but took the loss against the Yankees.

Miley rebounded from his last start when he gave up seven runs (six earned) on five hits in 2 1/3 innings for a loss.

"We had a pretty aggressive game plan today," said Miley. "Just threw a lot of fastballs and got some outs. It was a lot better. Still got in some three-ball counts. Instead of trying to make too good of a pitch, 3-1, 3-0, I just needed to execute a pitch and get a ground-ball out rather than walk a guy."

Miley's next start is scheduled for Friday in Toronto.

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Red Sox purchase contract of Blake Swihart; Ryan Hanigan to the DL
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

The Red Sox officially purchased the contract of catching prospect Blake Swihart from Triple-A Pawtucket prior to Saturday's game against the Yankees at Fenway Park.

Swihart, 23, will take over for Ryan Hanigan, who suffered a broken finger on Friday against New York. Hanigan was placed on the 15-day disabled list.

Swihart, ranked No. 2 on Boston's Top 30 prospects list by MLB.com, will make his big-league debut and hit ninth in the order for Boston on Saturday. He batted .338/.392/.382 with three doubles and 11 RBI over 18 games at Triple-A.

"I feel ready. I don't think I'd be here if I didn't feel ready," Swihart said, per the Boston Herald.

Swihart added that he put plenty of work into his defense while in the minors, per MLB.com.

"I think I've improved a lot," Swihart said. "Whether that's learning new pitches or learning what they like to throw, when they like to throw it. Just pitch calling, and everything. That's my biggest thing I wanted to improve on."

Boston is a slight favorite (-115) at home against the Yankees, per VegasInsider.com.

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AVGPablo Sandoval , 3B.329
HRHanley Ramirez , LF10
RBIHanley Ramirez , LF22
OBPPablo Sandoval , 3B.406
SLGHanley Ramirez , LF.618
RHanley Ramirez , LF16
SBMookie Betts , CF5
WKoji Uehara , RP2
ERAJustin Masterson , SP4.71
WHIPRick Porcello , SP1.25
KClay Buchholz , SP33
SVKoji Uehara , RP4

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