The Associated Press
Red Sox To Host Orioles in Weekend Series
The Red Sox are 28-31 against AL East opponents. Boston has hit 191 home runs this season, eighth in the MLB. Xander Bogaerts leads the team with 27, averaging one every 17.2 at-bats.
USWNT, U.S Soccer Talks End Without Pay Deal
Players for the World Cup champion women's national team say mediation talks with the U.S. Soccer Federation over equal pay are over.
JBJ, Devers Lead Sox To 7-6 Win
CLEVELAND (AP) Jackie Bradley Jr. homered in the 10th inning as the Boston Red Sox edged the Indians 7-6 on Tuesday night after blowing a late lead and potential win for ace Chris Sale.
Walden Gives Up Santana Walk-Off
CLEVELAND (AP) — The comeback's complete. Four months later, the Indians are again atop the AL Central.
Sale Spins Two-Hitter, 13 Strikeouts
BOSTON (AP) — Red Sox ace Chris Sale and assistant pitching coach Brian Bannister logged long hours in the video room after Sale was lit up twice by the rival Yankees recently.
Sox, Royals Suspended By Rain Tied 4-4
BOSTON (AP) — Ned Yost had better things to do than return to Boston to finish a suspended game.
KC Beats Up Cashner, Sox Lose 6-2
BOSTON (AP) — Jorge Soler didn't have to wait for the question about the Green Monster to be finished before breaking into a wide smile.
Porcello, Travis Help Sox Halt 8-game Skid
BOSTON (AP) — The music was blaring in the clubhouse and Boston utility player Brock Holt was holding a microphone, acting like a DJ.
The Price Of Being Swept: 14.5 Games Behind
NEW YORK (AP) — A couple of things have remained constant for the New York Yankees all season: They keep getting hurt and they keep winning games.
Sale fumes as Red Sox get swept by Yankees, lose 7 in row
NEW YORK (AP) — Chris Sale threw an 0-2 fastball at the letters past Gio Urshela in the fourth inning and didn't get the call. He raised both arms as if to say, "What's wrong?" and muttered at plate umpire Mike Estabrook. Sale's outing in a doubleheader opener spun ou…