Boston Red SoxRed Sox
84-78
SP E.Rodriguez
Thu 8/29, 12:40 AM -
BOS -190, O/U 13.5
Colorado RockiesRockies
71-91
SP P.Lambert
Thu 8/29, 12:40 AM - --
BOS -190, O/U 13.5
Red Sox
84-78
SP E.Rodriguez
Rockies
71-91
SP P.Lambert
Lines
Team
Red Sox
Rockies
-190
+160
-186
+160
-177
+155
-185
+165
-185
+170
-180
+160
-185
+170
-182
+167
Schedule Summary
BOS
Teams
COL
162
No. Of Games
162
84-78
Record
71-91
67-94
ATS Record
73-88
41.6%
Cover%
45.3%
92-66
O/U Record
78-74
58.2%
Over%
51.3%
Schedule & Result
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Red Sox Pitching
1
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Eduardo Rodriguez
 
Rockies Pitching
1
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Peter Lambert
BOS Pitching
COL Pitching
 
Red Sox Pitching
1
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Eduardo Rodriguez
 
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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LF
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J.D. Martinez
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1B
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Mitch Moreland
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2B
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Brock Holt
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C
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Christian Vazquez
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CF
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Jackie Bradley Jr.
Latest News
P
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Eduardo Rodriguez
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Rockies Lineup
SS
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Trevor Story
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RF
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Charlie Blackmon
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3B
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Nolan Arenado
Latest News
LF
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Ian Desmond
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1B
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Ryan McMahon
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CF
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Yonathan Daza
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C
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Tony Wolters
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2B
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Garrett Hampson
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P
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Peter Lambert
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BOS Lineup
COL 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
LF
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J.D. Martinez
Latest News
1B
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Mitch Moreland
Latest News
2B
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Brock Holt
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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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P
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Eduardo Rodriguez
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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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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
Suffers another setback
The veteran's availability for spring training and potentially beyond is now in question. Pedroia took some time away from the game last season to consider his future after a second straight season was cut short by injuries. He's played just nine games at the big-league level over the last two years. He didn't wind up officially retiring at that time and has been attempting to make a comeback, but this latest setback could wind up forcing him to hang up his cleats for good.
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
Feels good after offseason
Chavis was in town to accept the Red Sox's rookie of the year award from the Boston chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America. In 2019, the 24-year-old infielder split most of his time between second base and first base, two positions without a current full-time starter in place. It's likely he sees time at each position and should see an increase in plate appearances in 2020.
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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Austin BriceBOS
Shipped off to Boston
He finished the season on the injured list with a right forearm strain and was then designated for assignment earlier this week. Boston apparently liked Brice enough to see what he has this year in camp. He has a high-spin curveball and has had success against righties, so he could win a bullpen spot if he is fully healthy this spring.
DTD
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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.
DTD
 
Rockies Injuries
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Chad BettisCOL
Elects free agency
Bettis underwent surgery on both hips at the end of August, but is expected to have a normal offseason and to be at full strength once spring training begins. The right-hander was outrighted by the Rockies after posting a 6.08 ERA with a 1.55 WHIP over 63.2 innings pitched in the majors last season.
OUT
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Jon GrayCOL
Inks deal with Rockies
Gray turned in one of the best years of his young career in 2019, registering a 3.84 ERA and 1.35 WHIP with 150 strikeouts over 150 frames. He'll begin the 2020 campaign near the front end of Colorado's starting rotation, assuming he's healthy. Gray underwent foot surgery in August but should be ready for spring training.
OUT
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Elias DiazCOL
Inks deal with Colorado
Diaz became a free agent after he was non-tendered by Pittsburgh. He appeared in 101 contests for the Pirates in 2019, slashing .241/.296/.307 with two homers and 28 RBI before being shut down at the end of September due to a knee injury. The veteran backstop figures to battle for a spot on the 25-man roster with Tony Wolters and Dom Nunez.
OUT
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Julian FernandezCOL
Returns to Rockies
Fernandez was plucked by the Giants from the Rockies in the Rule 5 draft back in December of 2017. He suffered an elbow injury prior to the 2018 regular season and has spent the entire time since then recovering from Tommy John surgery, first with the Giants and then with the Marlins after being claimed off waivers in November of 2018. Since he didn't spend any time on a big-league roster within two years of being drafted, he's now back in Colorado per Rule 5 rules.
OUT
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Scott ObergCOL
Extends with Colorado
Oberg missed most of the second half of last season with blood clots in his right arm, but he recorded a career-best 2.25 ERA with a 1.11 WHIP over 56 innings prior to the injury. The right-hander expressed confidence that he will be fully ready for spring training, and the extension should allow him to potentially compete for the closer's job in 2020.
OUT
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German MarquezCOL
unlikely to return this season
Marquez is on the injured list with right arm inflammation, and it doesn't sound like the Rockies are expecting him to return this season, though Black didn't completely rule it out. With the team already eliminated from the playoffs, there's no reason to push the right-hander, who owns a 4.76 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 175:35 K:BB across 28 starts (174 innings) this season.
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Brendan RodgersCOL
Ahead of schedule in recovery
The 23-year-old indicated that he expects to resume throwing and hitting in about a month, putting him "a couple steps ahead" of where he expected when he required the season-ending procedure. With Rodgers tracking toward being 100 percent for spring training, he should get the chance to contend for the everyday role at second base. Given that he batted only .224/.272/.250 in 81 plate appearances in the majors before getting hurt, however, Rodgers is more likely to open 2020 at Triple-A Albuquerque.
DTD
BOS Injuries
COL 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
Suffers another setback
The veteran's availability for spring training and potentially beyond is now in question. Pedroia took some time away from the game last season to consider his future after a second straight season was cut short by injuries. He's played just nine games at the big-league level over the last two years. He didn't wind up officially retiring at that time and has been attempting to make a comeback, but this latest setback could wind up forcing him to hang up his cleats for good.
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
Feels good after offseason
Chavis was in town to accept the Red Sox's rookie of the year award from the Boston chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America. In 2019, the 24-year-old infielder split most of his time between second base and first base, two positions without a current full-time starter in place. It's likely he sees time at each position and should see an increase in plate appearances in 2020.
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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Austin BriceBOS
Shipped off to Boston
He finished the season on the injured list with a right forearm strain and was then designated for assignment earlier this week. Boston apparently liked Brice enough to see what he has this year in camp. He has a high-spin curveball and has had success against righties, so he could win a bullpen spot if he is fully healthy this spring.
DTD
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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.
DTD