Boston Red SoxRed Sox
84-78
SP B.Johnson
Wed 8/14, 5:10 PM -
CLE -200, O/U 9
Cleveland IndiansIndians
93-69
SP S.Bieber
Wed 8/14, 5:10 PM - --
CLE -200, O/U 9
Red Sox
84-78
SP B.Johnson
Indians
93-69
SP S.Bieber
Lines
Team
Red Sox
Indians
+170
-200
+200
-250
+170
-195
+170
-200
+167
-182
+170
-190
+170
-185
+165
-180
Schedule Summary
BOS
Teams
CLE
162
No. Of Games
162
84-78
Record
93-69
67-94
ATS Record
86-75
41.6%
Cover%
53.4%
92-66
O/U Record
71-86
58.2%
Over%
45.2%
Schedule & Result
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Red Sox Pitching
1
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Brian Johnson
 
Indians Pitching
1
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Shane Bieber
BOS Pitching
CLE Pitching
 
Red Sox Pitching
1
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Brian Johnson
 
Red Sox Lineup
RF
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Mookie Betts
Latest News
3B
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Rafael Devers
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SS
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Xander Bogaerts
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DH
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J.D. Martinez
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LF
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Andrew Benintendi
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1B
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Sam Travis
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2B
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Marco Hernandez
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C
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Christian Vazquez
Latest News
CF
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Jackie Bradley Jr.
Latest News
 
Indians Lineup
SS
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Francisco Lindor
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CF
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Oscar Mercado
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1B
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Carlos Santana
Latest News
3B
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Jose Ramirez
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DH
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Franmil Reyes
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LF
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Greg Allen
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2B
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Mike Freeman
Latest News
C
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Kevin Plawecki
Latest News
RF
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Tyler Naquin
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BOS Lineup
CLE Lineup
 
Red Sox Lineup
RF
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Mookie Betts
Latest News
3B
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Rafael Devers
Latest News
SS
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Xander Bogaerts
Latest News
DH
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J.D. Martinez
Latest News
LF
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Andrew Benintendi
Latest News
1B
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Sam Travis
Latest News
2B
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Marco Hernandez
Latest News
C
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Christian Vazquez
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CF
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Jackie Bradley Jr.
Latest News
 
Red Sox Injuries
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Austin MaddoxBOS
Sent outright to Triple-A
Maddox will lose his place on the 40-man roster to make room for other prospects who needed protecting from the Rule 5 draft. He underwent surgery on his right rotator cuff near the end of September and is slated to miss the entire 2019 season while rehabbing.
OUT
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Tzu-Wei LinBOS
Dealing with concussion
Lin, who last played with Pawtucket on Aug. 26, was scheduled to be evaluated by the medical staff Saturday. The 25-year-old Lin is on the 40-man roster and will presumably join the Red Sox later this month if he's able to pass concussion protocol.
OUT
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Dustin PedroiaBOS
Joins team for visit
Pedroia, who underwent a procedure three weeks ago, said he'll remain on crutches for the next two weeks before beginning a 12-week program to strengthen his quadriceps and calf. After that, he'll have a better idea if baseball is in his future.
OUT
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Darwinzon HernandezBOS
Reaches workload limit
Hernandez's 87.2 innings this season are less than the 107.0 he threw last year, but the Red Sox have nevertheless determined that he's done for the year. 30.1 of those innings came at the big-league level, where he had mixed results. His 4.45 ERA and 2.76 FIP tell widely differing stories, and he struck out an excellent 38.8 percent of opposing hitters but walked batters at a 17.7 percent clip. The 22-year-old is expected to continue pitching in a relief role next season.
OUT
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Steven WrightBOS
Needs Tommy John surgery
Wright was released by the Red Sox on Friday, a move which looks to be at least partially informed by this news. The surgery will almost certainly keep Wright out for all of the 2020 season, but if he undergoes the procedure soon, he could be good to go by spring training of 2021. Whether he's able to find a job at that point remains to be seen. He'll be 36 years old at that point and has posted a 4.71 ERA over his last three seasons, serving suspensions for domestic violence and PEDs over that stretch.
OUT
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Michael ChavisBOS
Skipping out on winter ball
After being placed on the 10-day injured list in mid-August with a right oblique issue, Chavis appeared to be eyeing a return to action during the final week of the regular season, but that ultimately didn't come to fruition. While Chavis isn't believed to be dealing with any sort of significant setback in his recovery, the Red Sox will have him turn his focus to getting healthy for the spring rather than making up for the at-bats he lost out on in August and September. With Mitch Moreland bound for free agency this winter and Dustin Pedroia (knee) potentially set to retire, Chavis should have a good chance at opening 2020 as a regular player on the right side of the Boston infield.
OUT
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David PriceBOS
Should have normal offseason
Considering that Price's procedure didn't address any structural damage and was merely needed to remove a cyst, he shouldn't face an extended recovery period, putting him on track for a relatively normal offseason. With fewer than 110 innings covered in two of the past three seasons, Price's durability is becoming more of a question mark these days, but he's still been an above-average starter when he's been able to take the hill. Though his 4.28 ERA and 1.31 WHIP this season were his worst marks in both categories since 2010, a career-best 28 K-BB% offers reason for optimism about a bounce back in 2020 if health prevails.
OUT
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Steve PearceBOS
Ponders retirement
Pearce, the reigning World Series MVP, has been limited to 29 games this season due to back and knee injuries.
OUT
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Chris SaleBOS
Cleared to resume throwing
After receiving a platelet-rich plasma injection for his ailing elbow in August, Sale was scheduled to make a follow-up appointment with Dr. Andrews near the end of the season, but the lefty ultimately pushed the checkup back a few weeks. With Andrews giving him a clean bill of health, Sale will now be able to resume his normal offseason preparations and shouldn't face any restrictions for the start of spring training. After posting a career-worst 4.40 ERA over 25 starts in 2019, a healthy Sale will be looking to bounce back as he enters the first season of the five-year, $145 million extension he signed last March.
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Indians Injuries
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Lenny Torres Jr.CLE
Underwent Tommy John surgery
He experienced diminished velocity in an early-May outing in extended spring training, and it was quickly revealed that he would need to go under the knife to repair a torn UCL. Torres has considerable upside, but as a shorter pitcher with elite arm speed, this development is not particularly surprising. Given the timing of the surgery and Torres' minimal pro experience, he probably won't pitch for an affiliate until 2021.
OUT
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Christian ArroyoCLE
Sent to Cleveland
Arroyo has been on the shelf since June 13 due to an elbow injury, and there has yet to be an update on his recovery. Prior to suffering the injury, he was hitting .220 with two homers and seven RBI over 16 games this season for Tampa Bay.
OUT
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Danny SalazarCLE
Becomes free agent
Salazar's career has become derailed by injuries after a promising start. He's made just a single big-league appearance over the last two years combined, injuring his groin in August in his first start since recovering from a serious shoulder issue. He'll likely generate some interest as a lottery ticket due to his career 3.82 ERA and 27.7 percent strikeout rate, but he'll turn 30 in January and is one of the biggest injury risks in the league, so expectations should be kept very low.
OUT
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Hanley RamirezCLE
Undergoes shoulder surgery
Ramirez has reportedly been dealing with shoulder discomfort over the last few years, per Heyman. Following the procedure, the veteran is hopeful to be able to contribute for a big-league team in 2020, though he's been a free agent since the end of April when he was cut loose by the Indians.
OUT
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Jason KipnisCLE
Club option declined
Kipnis hit .245/.304/.410 with 17 home runs in 2019, but was forced to miss the final week of the season after having surgery on his right hand, which carries a five-to-seven week recovery timeline. The 32-year-old has middling on-base rates and speed, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him carve out a role on another team.
OUT
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Roberto PerezCLE
Undergoes surgery
The surgery appears to have been successful, and Perez is expected to be ready for unrestricted baseball activity by the start of spring training. The 30-year-old hit .239/.321/.452 with a career-high 24 home runs and 63 RBI in 2019.
OUT
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Tyler NaquinCLE
Undergoes surgery
Naquin has been ruled out for the season after suffering a torn ACL in late August. Recovery from the surgery is expected to keep him out for 7-to-9 months, meaning he'll return to action somewhere between mid-April and mid-June.
OUT
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Corey KluberCLE
Club option picked up
The decision would have seemed like one of the easiest ones in baseball heading into the season based on how well Kluber had pitched for the last several years. His track record still likely made it mostly a formality even after forearm and oblique injuries limited him to just seven starts this season. Those injuries and the fact that Kluber will turn 34 in April do make the veteran something of a risk heading into next season, but it's a risk worth taking for Cleveland at the modest price of $17.5 million. The team will have another option for $18 million for the 2021 season.
OUT
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Cody AndersonCLE
Elects free agency
Anderson threw just 8.2 innings at the big-league level this season, allowing nine runs while walking eight batters. He underwent surgery on the flexor tendon in his right elbow in mid-June and did not return to action. His status heading into next year's spring training is unclear.
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BOS Injuries
CLE Injuries
 
Red Sox Injuries
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Austin MaddoxBOS
Sent outright to Triple-A
Maddox will lose his place on the 40-man roster to make room for other prospects who needed protecting from the Rule 5 draft. He underwent surgery on his right rotator cuff near the end of September and is slated to miss the entire 2019 season while rehabbing.
OUT
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Tzu-Wei LinBOS
Dealing with concussion
Lin, who last played with Pawtucket on Aug. 26, was scheduled to be evaluated by the medical staff Saturday. The 25-year-old Lin is on the 40-man roster and will presumably join the Red Sox later this month if he's able to pass concussion protocol.
OUT
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Dustin PedroiaBOS
Joins team for visit
Pedroia, who underwent a procedure three weeks ago, said he'll remain on crutches for the next two weeks before beginning a 12-week program to strengthen his quadriceps and calf. After that, he'll have a better idea if baseball is in his future.
OUT
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Darwinzon HernandezBOS
Reaches workload limit
Hernandez's 87.2 innings this season are less than the 107.0 he threw last year, but the Red Sox have nevertheless determined that he's done for the year. 30.1 of those innings came at the big-league level, where he had mixed results. His 4.45 ERA and 2.76 FIP tell widely differing stories, and he struck out an excellent 38.8 percent of opposing hitters but walked batters at a 17.7 percent clip. The 22-year-old is expected to continue pitching in a relief role next season.
OUT
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Steven WrightBOS
Needs Tommy John surgery
Wright was released by the Red Sox on Friday, a move which looks to be at least partially informed by this news. The surgery will almost certainly keep Wright out for all of the 2020 season, but if he undergoes the procedure soon, he could be good to go by spring training of 2021. Whether he's able to find a job at that point remains to be seen. He'll be 36 years old at that point and has posted a 4.71 ERA over his last three seasons, serving suspensions for domestic violence and PEDs over that stretch.
OUT
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Michael ChavisBOS
Skipping out on winter ball
After being placed on the 10-day injured list in mid-August with a right oblique issue, Chavis appeared to be eyeing a return to action during the final week of the regular season, but that ultimately didn't come to fruition. While Chavis isn't believed to be dealing with any sort of significant setback in his recovery, the Red Sox will have him turn his focus to getting healthy for the spring rather than making up for the at-bats he lost out on in August and September. With Mitch Moreland bound for free agency this winter and Dustin Pedroia (knee) potentially set to retire, Chavis should have a good chance at opening 2020 as a regular player on the right side of the Boston infield.
OUT
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David PriceBOS
Should have normal offseason
Considering that Price's procedure didn't address any structural damage and was merely needed to remove a cyst, he shouldn't face an extended recovery period, putting him on track for a relatively normal offseason. With fewer than 110 innings covered in two of the past three seasons, Price's durability is becoming more of a question mark these days, but he's still been an above-average starter when he's been able to take the hill. Though his 4.28 ERA and 1.31 WHIP this season were his worst marks in both categories since 2010, a career-best 28 K-BB% offers reason for optimism about a bounce back in 2020 if health prevails.
OUT
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Steve PearceBOS
Ponders retirement
Pearce, the reigning World Series MVP, has been limited to 29 games this season due to back and knee injuries.
OUT
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Chris SaleBOS
Cleared to resume throwing
After receiving a platelet-rich plasma injection for his ailing elbow in August, Sale was scheduled to make a follow-up appointment with Dr. Andrews near the end of the season, but the lefty ultimately pushed the checkup back a few weeks. With Andrews giving him a clean bill of health, Sale will now be able to resume his normal offseason preparations and shouldn't face any restrictions for the start of spring training. After posting a career-worst 4.40 ERA over 25 starts in 2019, a healthy Sale will be looking to bounce back as he enters the first season of the five-year, $145 million extension he signed last March.
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