Boston Red SoxRed Sox
67-60
SP B.Johnson
Wed 8/14, 5:10 PM -
CLE -200, O/U 9
Cleveland IndiansIndians
74-52
SP S.Bieber
Wed 8/14, 5:10 PM - --
CLE -200, O/U 9
Red Sox
67-60
SP B.Johnson
Indians
74-52
SP S.Bieber
Lines
Team
Red Sox
Indians
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-200
+178
-188
+170
-200
+175
-195
+173
-189
Schedule Summary
BOS
Teams
CLE
126
No. Of Games
125
67-60
Record
74-52
54-72
ATS Record
68-57
42.9%
Cover%
54.4%
74-49
O/U Record
55-66
60.2%
Over%
45.5%
Schedule & Result
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Total Games: 102Record: 61-41 ATS Record: 54-48O/U Record: 49-49
Games: 102Record: 61-41 ATS: 54-48O/U: 49-49
DateOpponentScoreATSO/UB2BTue 8/20@ NYML 2-9L -1.5O 8NOSun 8/18@ NYYW 8-4W -1.5O 10YESSat 8/17@ NYYL 5-6W +1.5O 10YESFri 8/16@ NYYL 2-3W +1.5U 10.5YESThu 8/15@ NYYW 19-5W +1.5O 11YESWed 8/14vs. BOSL 1-5W -1.5U 9YESTue 8/13vs. BOSL 6-7L +1.5O 7.5YESMon 8/12vs. BOSW 6-5L +1.5O 10.5YESSun 8/11@ MINW 7-3W +1.5--YESSun 8/11@ MINL 1-4L +1.5U 10YESSat 8/10@ MINW 6-2W -1.5U 9.5YESFri 8/9@ MINW 7-5W +1.5O 9NOSun 8/4vs. LAAW 6-2W -1.5U 9.5YESSat 8/3vs. LAAW 7-2W -1.5U 11YESFri 8/2vs. LAAW 7-3W -1.5O 9.5YESThu 8/1vs. HOUL 1-7L +1.5U 8.5YESWed 7/31vs. HOUW 10-4W +1.5O 10NOSun 7/28@ KCL 6-9L -1.5O 9.5YESSat 7/27@ KCW 9-1W -1.5O 9YESSat 7/27@ KCW 8-3W -1.5O 9.5YESFri 7/26@ KCW 5-4L -1.5U 10NOTue 7/23@ TORL 1-2L -1.5U 9YESMon 7/22@ TORW 7-3W -1.5O 9YESSun 7/21vs. KCW 5-4L -1.5U 10NOFri 7/19vs. KCW 10-5W -1.5O 10YESThu 7/18vs. DETW 6-3W -1.5O 8.5YESWed 7/17vs. DETW 7-2W -1.5--NOMon 7/15vs. DETW 8-6W -1.5O 10.5YESSun 7/14vs. MINW 4-3L -1.5U 8.5YESSat 7/13vs. MINL 2-6L -1.5U 9YESFri 7/12vs. MINL 3-5L -1.5U 9NOSun 7/7@ CINW 11-1W -1.5O 9YESSat 7/6@ CINW 7-2W -1.5--NOThu 7/4@ KCW 8-4W -1.5O 10YESWed 7/3@ KCW 9-5W -1.5O 9NOWed 6/26vs. KCW 5-3W -1.5U 8.5YESTue 6/25vs. KCL 6-8L -1.5O 9YESMon 6/24vs. KCW 3-2L -1.5U 10YESSun 6/23vs. DETW 8-3W -1.5O 9.5NOFri 6/21vs. DETW 7-6L -1.5O 7.5YESThu 6/20@ TEXL 2-4L -1.5U 9YESThu 6/20@ TEXW 10-4W -1.5O 11YESWed 6/19@ TEXW 10-3W -1.5O 10.5YESTue 6/18@ TEXL 2-7L -1.5U 9.5NOSat 6/15@ DETW 4-2W -1.5U 9YESFri 6/14@ DETW 13-4W -1.5O 9.5NOWed 6/12vs. CINL 2-7L -1.5U 9.5YESTue 6/11vs. CINW 2-1L -1.5U 8NOSun 6/9vs. NYYL 6-7L -1.5O 9.5YESSat 6/8vs. NYYW 8-4W +1.5O 10YESFri 6/7vs. NYYW 5-2W +1.5U 9YESThu 6/6vs. MINL 4-5L -1.5O 8.5YESWed 6/5vs. MINW 9-7W +1.5O 9.5YESTue 6/4vs. MINW 5-2W -1.5U 9NOSat 6/1@ CHWW 5-2W -1.5U 10.5YESSat 6/1@ CHWL 1-6L -1.5U 10YESFri 5/31@ CHWL 4-10L -1.5O 8.5NOWed 5/29@ BOSW 14-9L +1.5O 9YESTue 5/28@ BOSW 7-5L +1.5O 9YESMon 5/27@ BOSL 5-12W +1.5O 10.5YESSun 5/26vs. TBL 3-6L -1.5O 8.5YESSat 5/25vs. TBL 2-6L -1.5U 8.5YESFri 5/24vs. TBW 3-1W +1.5U 7.5YESThu 5/23vs. TBL 2-7L +1.5U 9.5YESWed 5/22vs. OAKL 2-7L +1.5U 9.5YESTue 5/21vs. OAKL 3-5L -1.5U 8.5YESMon 5/20vs. OAKL 4-6L -1.5O 8NOSat 5/18vs. BALW 4-1W -1.5U 9YESFri 5/17vs. BALL 1-5L -1.5U 9YESThu 5/16vs. BALW 14-7W -1.5O 9NOTue 5/14@ CHWL 2-5L -1.5U 8.5NOSun 5/12@ OAKW 5-3W +1.5U 8.5YESSat 5/11@ OAKL 2-3L -1.5U 8NOSat 5/11@ OAKL 3-4W +1.5U 8.5NOWed 5/8vs. CHWW 5-3W -1.5U 8.5NOMon 5/6vs. CHWL 1-9L -1.5O 9NOSat 5/4vs. SEAW 5-4L -1.5O 8.5YESFri 5/3vs. SEAW 2-1L -1.5U 8.5NOWed 5/1@ MIAL 2-4L -1.5U 6.5YESTue 4/30@ MIAW 7-4W -1.5O 7NOSun 4/28@ HOUL 1-4L +1.5U 8.5YESSat 4/27@ HOUL 3-4W +1.5U 9YESSat 4/27@ HOUW 6-3W +1.5--YESFri 4/26@ HOUW 2-1W +1.5U 7.5NOWed 4/24vs. MIAW 6-2W -1.5U 9YESTue 4/23vs. MIAL 1-3L -1.5U 7.5NOSun 4/21vs. ATLL 5-11L -1.5O 8YESSat 4/20vs. ATLW 8-4W -1.5O 8.5NOWed 4/17@ SEAW 4-2W -1.5U 8YESTue 4/16@ SEAW 6-4W -1.5O 7NOSun 4/14@ KCL 8-9L -1.5O 7.5YESSat 4/13@ KCL 1-8L -1.5O 7.5NOWed 4/10@ DETL 1-4L -1.5U 7YESTue 4/9@ DETW 8-2W -1.5O 8NOSun 4/7vs. TORW 3-1W -1.5U 7.5YESSat 4/6vs. TORW 7-2W -1.5O 8YESFri 4/5vs. TORW 3-2L -1.5U 7.5YESThu 4/4vs. TORW 4-1W -1.5U 6.5YESWed 4/3vs. CHWL 3-8L -1.5O 6.5NOMon 4/1vs. CHWW 5-3W -1.5O 7.5YESSun 3/31@ MINL 3-9L -1.5O 7YESSat 3/30@ MINW 2-1L -1.5U 7NO
 
Red Sox Pitching
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Brian Johnson
 
Indians Pitching
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Shane Bieber
BOS Pitching
CLE Pitching
 
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Brian Johnson
 
Red Sox Lineup
RF
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Mookie Betts
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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
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CF
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Jackie Bradley Jr.
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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
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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
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C
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Kevin Plawecki
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RF
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Tyler Naquin
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Red Sox Lineup
RF
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Mookie Betts
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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
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CF
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Jackie Bradley Jr.
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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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Heath HembreeBOS
Remains shut down
Hembree received the PRP injection to address right elbow inflammation Aug. 6, but he has yet to be cleared to begin throwing in any capacity. The 29-year-old will remain without a timeline for his return until he can start a throwing program.
10IL
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Dustin PedroiaBOS
Undergoes knee surgery
The operation was performed by Dr. Matt Provencher and was deemed successful. Pedroia, who noted earlier in the year that he was contemplating retirement, will begin his rehab in Arizona. The veteran second baseman has appeared in just nine games over the past two years due to ongoing knee problems.
60IL
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Steven WrightBOS
Receives PRP injection
Wright has been sidelined since mid-July with a bruised toe, but he received a shot to alleviate pain in his elbow after visiting with Dr. James Andrews on Tuesday. It's not yet known how this will affect the veteran's recovery timeline.
10IL
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Michael ChavisBOS
Resumes swinging
Chavis was able to take part in some fielding work Monday, and he took another step forward Tuesday by gaining clearance to swing a bat once again. He'll need to complete a rehab assignment before being activated from the 10-day injured list, though the Red Sox haven't revealed when he may be cleared for game action.
10IL
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David PriceBOS
fares well in side session
Price fired another successful bullpen Tuesday, so the next step figures to be facing live hitters. If all goes well, he could be cleared to return from the IL without completing a rehab assignment, considering he's only been sidelined for two weeks with a wrist injury.
10IL
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Steve PearceBOS
Transferred to 60-day IL
This move clears a 40-man roster spot for Chris Owings, whose contract was purchased in a corresponding move. Pearce recently suffered a partially torn PCL while rehabbing a back injury. The partial tear will not require surgery, but could mean the end of his 2019 campaign.
60IL
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Chris SaleBOS
done for season
The southpaw received a PRP injection and will be reevaluated by Dr. James Andrews in six weeks. This is a huge blow to Boston's chances of making the playoffs; even if the Red Sox make it into the postseason, Sale seems unlikely to return. The good news is that the left-hander is expected to avoid Tommy John surgery after Dr. Andrews confirmed an earlier diagnosis of left elbow inflammation.
10IL
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Xander BogaertsBOS
twists ankle Tuesday
Bogaerts had the ankle wrapped up after the game but it doesn't appear to be a serious issue. The Red Sox have a scheduled off day Thursday, so if there's any concern they could give the 26-year-old Wednesday off to provide some additional recovery time.
DTD
 
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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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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Jordan LuplowCLE
Placed on injured list
Luplow left Monday's game against the Rangers with what was originally referred to as a hamstring cramp. The issue was evidently more serious than initially reported, and he'll now sit for a minimum of 10 days. Greg Allen was recalled to take his place as a part-time outfielder.
10IL
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A.J. ColeCLE
Slated for Tuesday activation
After making a minor-league start for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Wednesday, Cole will return to the big leagues. Through 11 appearances this season, he's posted an ugly 6.17 ERA and 1.45 WHIP with a 25:12 K:BB over 23.1 innings.
10IL
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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.
60IL
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Carlos CarrascoCLE
Looks good in first rehab outing
Carrasco's appearance was his first at any level since he was diagnosed in June with acute myeloid leukemia. The right-hander entered the contest for Akron in the sixth inning and will likely continue to work out of the bullpen throughout his rehab assignment, as the Indians intend to deploy him in relief once he's reinstated from the 60-day injured list. The expected move to relief lowers Carrasco's overall fantasy ceiling, but he showed Monday that he could become a useful late-inning weapon. According to Duane Cross of MiLB.com, Carrasco opened the outing with a 97 mile-per-hour fastball, which is almost three ticks better than his average offering as a starter this season (94.1, per Brooks Baseball).
60IL
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Cody AndersonCLE
Transferred to 60-day IL
He is recovering from June surgery to repair the flexor tendon in his right elbow, and will likely miss the remainder of the 2019 season.
60IL
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Danny SalazarCLE
Groin strain considered mild
Salazar entered the Cleveland rotation Thursday for his first appearance with the big club since 2017 after a long road back from a variety of health issues. In a cruel twist of fate, he lasted just four innings and dealt with diminished velocity before he was pulled on account of the groin injury. While he finds himself back on the IL once again, the fact that Salazar's injury is considered mild at least counts as good news and leaves the door open for him to resurface with the big club before long. He'll begin rehabbing right away in Tampa, but it's unclear if the Tribe envisions him filling a rotation or bullpen role once he's ready for game action again.
10IL
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Dan OteroCLE
Will resume throwing
Otero has been on the shelf since early June with right shoulder inflammation, but could return to the major-league roster soon if all goes well this weekend. However, he's faced several setbacks in his recovery process, so it wouldn't be surprising to see the club ease him back into action to prevent any further damage.
60IL
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Bradley ZimmerCLE
Will continue rehab at Double-A
Zimmer has been sidelined for the entirety of the season as he deals with shoulder and side injuries, but he appears to be progressing toward a return to the major-league club. The 26-year-old is likely still a few weeks from a return to the majors, but it's encouraging to see his rehab progress so quickly after resuming live game action Saturday.
60IL
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Jefry RodriguezCLE
Set to throw Friday
Rodriguez has been on the 10-day injured list since June 4 with a right shoulder strain, but his recovery seems to be progressing well as he continues his throwing program. The 26-year-old could still be several weeks from a return as he'll likely still need to face live hitters and a possible rehab assignment prior to a possible return to the major-league squad.
10IL
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Tyler OlsonCLE
Set to pitch Friday
The southpaw has been on the shelf since Aug. 2 as he is reportedly battling shingles, but the update is encouraging as he progresses toward a potential return. If all goes well Friday, Olson could still require a few more sessions before he's ready to rejoin the big-league club.
10IL
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Corey KluberCLE
diagnosed with oblique strain
Following this diagnosis, the timetable for Kluber's return is unknown, though he's been shut down from throwing and will be re-evaluated in two weeks to determine whether he's ready to begin a rehab program. He suffered the injury during a rehab start for Triple-A Columbus on Sunday.
60IL
BOS Injuries
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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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Heath HembreeBOS
Remains shut down
Hembree received the PRP injection to address right elbow inflammation Aug. 6, but he has yet to be cleared to begin throwing in any capacity. The 29-year-old will remain without a timeline for his return until he can start a throwing program.
10IL
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Dustin PedroiaBOS
Undergoes knee surgery
The operation was performed by Dr. Matt Provencher and was deemed successful. Pedroia, who noted earlier in the year that he was contemplating retirement, will begin his rehab in Arizona. The veteran second baseman has appeared in just nine games over the past two years due to ongoing knee problems.
60IL
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Steven WrightBOS
Receives PRP injection
Wright has been sidelined since mid-July with a bruised toe, but he received a shot to alleviate pain in his elbow after visiting with Dr. James Andrews on Tuesday. It's not yet known how this will affect the veteran's recovery timeline.
10IL
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Michael ChavisBOS
Resumes swinging
Chavis was able to take part in some fielding work Monday, and he took another step forward Tuesday by gaining clearance to swing a bat once again. He'll need to complete a rehab assignment before being activated from the 10-day injured list, though the Red Sox haven't revealed when he may be cleared for game action.
10IL
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David PriceBOS
fares well in side session
Price fired another successful bullpen Tuesday, so the next step figures to be facing live hitters. If all goes well, he could be cleared to return from the IL without completing a rehab assignment, considering he's only been sidelined for two weeks with a wrist injury.
10IL
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Steve PearceBOS
Transferred to 60-day IL
This move clears a 40-man roster spot for Chris Owings, whose contract was purchased in a corresponding move. Pearce recently suffered a partially torn PCL while rehabbing a back injury. The partial tear will not require surgery, but could mean the end of his 2019 campaign.
60IL
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Chris SaleBOS
done for season
The southpaw received a PRP injection and will be reevaluated by Dr. James Andrews in six weeks. This is a huge blow to Boston's chances of making the playoffs; even if the Red Sox make it into the postseason, Sale seems unlikely to return. The good news is that the left-hander is expected to avoid Tommy John surgery after Dr. Andrews confirmed an earlier diagnosis of left elbow inflammation.
10IL
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Xander BogaertsBOS
twists ankle Tuesday
Bogaerts had the ankle wrapped up after the game but it doesn't appear to be a serious issue. The Red Sox have a scheduled off day Thursday, so if there's any concern they could give the 26-year-old Wednesday off to provide some additional recovery time.
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