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AL East Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
BAL 0-0 0-0
BOS 0-0 0-0
TOR 0-0 0-0
NYY 0-0 0-0
TB 0-0 0-0

Schedule

Regular season
@ HOU
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@ CLE
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@ CLE
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@ CLE
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vs MIL
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vs MIL
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vs MIL
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@ TB
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@ TB
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Top Red Sox News

  • Red Sox's C.J. Chatham: Possible spot on expanded roster

    Chatham is one of a few prospects that could land a spot on Boston's expanded roster, Christopher Smith of MassLive.com reports.

    With speculation that minor league baseball may be canceled in 2020, there are reports that MLB teams will be able to expand rosters to 30 and could increase them by another 20 players with something akin to the NFL's practice squad. That creates an opportunity for Chatham, who was added to Boston's 40-man roster during the offseason. The 25-year-old shortstop added second base to his defensive profile in 2019, playing the position at Triple-A Pawtucket as well as in the Arizona Fall League. Second base has become a long-term spot of uncertainty due to Dustin Pedroia's lingering knee issues, so there could be a path for Chatham, who is considered the team's best pure hitting prospect by MLB.com. The knock on him is that he doesn't hit for much power and has an aggressive approach that limits getting on base. One of Chatham's stated goals in 2020 is to add more walks, plus he is coming off a season where he had more extra-base hits and total bases in 2019 than he did in 2018 in approximately the same number of at-bats.

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  • Red Sox's Collin McHugh: Working through throwing program

    McHugh (elbow) said Wednesday that he's about a month into his throwing program and has been pleased with the progress he's made thus far, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.

    After signing with Boston in early March, McHugh never began his throwing program before spring training was suspended while he continued to recover from a tenex procedure to address a right elbow injury he suffered last year. McHugh has since been able to kick off his rehab program at his home in Atlanta, and it sounds like he'll be ready to face hitters by the time teams are cleared to resume training. Assuming the right-hander requires nothing more than the typical buildup period that Boston's other starting candidates will face once workouts resume, he should have a good chance at cracking the Opening Day rotation. The Red Sox haven't completely ruled out using McHugh out of the bullpen, however.

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  • Red Sox's Alex Verdugo: Declares self fully healthy

    Verdugo (back) said Monday that he feels "100 percent" physically and relayed that he has resumed hitting at the Red Sox's spring training facility in Florida, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. "Whenever the season starts, I'll be ready," Verdugo said.

    Before the Red Sox acquired him from Los Angeles in February, Verdugo had been limited during the offseason by an oblique injury he suffered last August, but it was a stress fracture in his back that kept him sidelined throughout spring training. The back issue looked like it would force him to the injured list to begin the season, but the MLB's ongoing hiatus has since afforded him sufficient recovery time. Whenever the Red Sox are cleared to resume full-squad workouts, Verdugo's activity may be monitored carefully, but assuming he avoids any further setbacks, he should get the green light to play when the season begins. A healthy Verdugo should fill at least the strong side of a platoon in the outfield, with Kevin Pillar likely moving into a fourth-outfielder role as a result.

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Injuries

Player Injury
C. Sale SP Chris Sale SP Elbow
C. McHugh SP Collin McHugh SP Elbow
D. Pedroia 2B Dustin Pedroia 2B Knee

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