Boston Red Sox

A Sox rarity: Herrera's bases-loaded bunt
CHICAGO -- Your eyes did not deceive you Thursday night. That was a Red Sox manager, John Farrell, calling for a bases-loaded squeeze bunt in the ninth inning, and Red Sox pinch hitter Jonathan Herrera executing it perfectly for an insurance run in Boston’s 3-1 win over the Chicago White Sox.

For Ross, some heart-pounding action
CHICAGO -- A night after winning in about as ugly a fashion imaginable, struggling to outlast the White Sox in 14 innings despite being on the receiving end of 15 walks and two hit batsmen, the Red Sox ended their two-city trip to New York and Chicago in sublime fashion.

Bogaerts: Taking off?
CHICAGO -- After making a throwing error that cost the Red Sox a game Tuesday night, rookie shortstop Xander Bogaerts vowed to turn the experience into a positive.

Lester looks special in outdueling Sale
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CHICAGO -- Jake Peavy watched tall, skinny Chris Sale, fresh out of Florida Gulf Coast University, become a star in Chicago. He watched Jon Lester win a World Series in Boston.

Lester A True Ace
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Baseball Tonight analysts Eric Wedge and Alex Cora break down Jon Lester as the leader of the Red Sox's pitching staff.

Lester Outduels Sale
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Baseball Tonight Spotlight: Jon Lester and Chris Sale each lost a no-hitter in the sixth inning and the Red Sox scored two runs in the ninth to defeat the White Sox 3-1.

Rapid Reaction: Red Sox 3, White Sox 1
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CHICAGO -- Takeaways from the Cell, where truer words have seldom been spoken than the admonition from Red Sox pitcher Jake Peavy to former White Sox teammate Chris Sale when Sale expressed regret that he wouldn't be facing Peavy Thursday night.

Quick hits: Koji back, Bogie off Twitter
CHICAGO -- A few quick hits from the Cell, where the best thing that can be said in advance of Thursday night's game between the Red Sox and White Sox is that there is no way it can be worse than Wednesday night's 5 hour-and-17 minute abomination:• Closer Koji Uehara, who has not pitched since last Wednesday against the Rangers because of stiffness in the back of his right shoulder, is available to close Thursday, manager John Farrell said.

Mike Napoli returns to lineup
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After sitting out one game with a dislocated ring finger on his left hand, Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli is back in the starting lineup, batting cleanup against White Sox ace Chris Sale.

Red Sox lineup: Napoli at first
Mike Napoli is back hitting cleanup for the Red Sox, after dislocating his left ring finger on Tuesday night and missing Wednesday's game. Here's the Sox lineup:1.

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