After being shutout in the first game of the series, the Sox bats came alive on Tuesday night against the Houston Astros. It was an offensive outpouring for both teams, but the Sox ended up outslugging the Astros en route to a 15-10 victory. (more)
Red Sox starting pitcher Jon Lester walked off the mound in the seventh inning to a standing ovation from the Fenway crowd. Lester, who has been struggling lately, came up clutch in a must-win game for the Sox.
The Red Sox arrived in Oakland as owners of the best record in the American League. However, after losing two of three to the Oakland Athletics, the two teams head into the All-Star break tied in the loss column with 39 losses. (more)
After scoring just four runs in the past 21 innings entering Tuesday’s contest with the Seattle Mariners, the Red Sox bats finally came back to life. The Sox belted five home-runs and rallied back to defeat the Mariners 11-8. (more)