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Toronto Blue Jays vs. Boston Red Sox
Rogers Centre
Rogers Centre
Toronto
,
04/25/2014 7:07 PM
Apr 25, 2014
Fri, 7:07 PM
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Toronto Blue Jays vs. Boston Red Sox
Rogers Centre
Rogers Centre
Toronto
,
04/26/2014 1:07 PM
Apr 26, 2014
Sat, 1:07 PM
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Toronto Blue Jays vs. Boston Red Sox
Rogers Centre
Rogers Centre
Toronto
,
04/27/2014 1:07 PM
Apr 27, 2014
Sun, 1:07 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Tampa Bay Rays
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
04/29/2014 7:10 PM
Apr 29, 2014
Tue, 7:10 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Tampa Bay Rays
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
04/30/2014 7:10 PM
Apr 30, 2014
Wed, 7:10 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Tampa Bay Rays
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/01/2014 7:10 PM
May 01, 2014
Thu, 7:10 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Oakland Athletics
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/02/2014 7:10 PM
May 02, 2014
Fri, 7:10 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Oakland Athletics
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/03/2014 1:35 PM
May 03, 2014
Sat, 1:35 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Oakland Athletics
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/04/2014 1:35 PM
May 04, 2014
Sun, 1:35 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Cincinnati Reds
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/06/2014 7:10 PM
May 06, 2014
Tue, 7:10 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Cincinnati Reds
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/07/2014 7:10 PM
May 07, 2014
Wed, 7:10 PM
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Texas Rangers vs. Boston Red Sox
Globe Life Park (formerly Rangers Ballpark In Arlington) 05/09/2014 7:05 PM
May 09, 2014
Fri, 7:05 PM
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Texas Rangers vs. Boston Red Sox
Globe Life Park (formerly Rangers Ballpark In Arlington) 05/10/2014 7:05 PM
May 10, 2014
Sat, 7:05 PM
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Texas Rangers vs. Boston Red Sox
Globe Life Park (formerly Rangers Ballpark In Arlington) 05/11/2014 2:05 PM
May 11, 2014
Sun, 2:05 PM
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Minnesota Twins vs. Boston Red Sox
Target Field
Target Field
Minneapolis
,
MN
05/13/2014 7:10 PM
May 13, 2014
Tue, 7:10 PM
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Minnesota Twins vs. Boston Red Sox
Target Field
Target Field
Minneapolis
,
MN
05/14/2014 7:10 PM
May 14, 2014
Wed, 7:10 PM
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Minnesota Twins vs. Boston Red Sox
Target Field
Target Field
Minneapolis
,
MN
05/15/2014 12:10 PM
May 15, 2014
Thu, 12:10 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Detroit Tigers
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/16/2014 7:10 PM
May 16, 2014
Fri, 7:10 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Detroit Tigers
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/17/2014 7:10 PM
May 17, 2014
Sat, 7:10 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Detroit Tigers
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/18/2014 8:05 PM
May 18, 2014
Sun, 8:05 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/20/2014 7:10 PM
May 20, 2014
Tue, 7:10 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/21/2014 7:10 PM
May 21, 2014
Wed, 7:10 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/22/2014 4:05 PM
May 22, 2014
Thu, 4:05 PM
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Tampa Bay Rays vs. Boston Red Sox
Tropicana Field
Tropicana Field
Saint Petersburg
,
FL
05/23/2014 7:10 PM
May 23, 2014
Fri, 7:10 PM
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Tampa Bay Rays vs. Boston Red Sox
Tropicana Field
Tropicana Field
Saint Petersburg
,
FL
05/24/2014 4:10 PM
May 24, 2014
Sat, 4:10 PM
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Tampa Bay Rays vs. Boston Red Sox
Tropicana Field
Tropicana Field
Saint Petersburg
,
FL
05/25/2014 1:40 PM
May 25, 2014
Sun, 1:40 PM
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Atlanta Braves vs. Boston Red Sox
Turner Field
Turner Field
Atlanta
,
GA
05/26/2014 1:10 PM
May 26, 2014
Mon, 1:10 PM
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Atlanta Braves vs. Boston Red Sox
Turner Field
Turner Field
Atlanta
,
GA
05/27/2014 7:10 PM
May 27, 2014
Tue, 7:10 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Atlanta Braves
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/28/2014 7:10 PM
May 28, 2014
Wed, 7:10 PM
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Boston Red Sox vs. Atlanta Braves
Fenway Park
Fenway Park
Boston
,
MA
05/29/2014 7:10 PM
May 29, 2014
Thu, 7:10 PM
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    Michael Pineda has company — here are five more pitchers caught doctoring the ball (Big League Stew)

    Michael Pineda is the 2014 poster boy for pitchers who put a little something extra on the ball — and by that we mean a little something illegal . Junk ballers have been around as long as the game has, but baseball's unwritten code permits pitchers using things like pine tar and sunscreen to get a better grip, even though it's a clear and direct rule violation . Ignore the mixed message in that, and just know that most players and managers look the other way, so as long as pitcher isn't too egregious. That was Pineda's downfall, slathering pine tar all over his neck for everyone to see . The opposing Boston Red Sox probably wouldn't have said anything — they didn't earlier this month — if Pineda hadn't made it so darn obvious . Consequently, Pineda was suspended 10 games by MLB on Thursday . He won't be fined, according to Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan and will continue to get paid. He'll most likely miss just one start. The punishment is pretty much a slap on the neck err, wrist. Pineda and his neck and the pine tar is a sexy story in 2014 because it's relatively rare that pitchers get zinged for using foreign substances anymore. The last was Joel Peralta in 2012 . He was suspended eight games for using pine tar. Here's a look at five other pitchers who have been caught doctoring the ball — including two of the most famous to do it. 1. JOE NIEKRO Niekro, a knuckleballer who played 22 seasons, has the most classic case of getting caught with his hand in the cookie jar, so to speak. In 1987, an umpire confronted him and it was discovered Niekro had both a nail file in his pocket, and a small piece of sandpaper that fit his finger. The nail file comically fell out of Niekro's pocket during his encounter with the umps. He was ejected from that game and suspended for 10 more. Umpire Steve Palermo compared Niekro on that day to someone carrying a bottle of booze on the street during prohibition — it was that obvious. * * * 2. GAYLORD PERRY Gaylord Perry is the most famous "spitballer" of all time, and the league knew it by the time he was suspended for 10 games in 1982. Perry was pitching for the Seattle Mariners, in the twilight of his career. The best part of his suspension? He was fined $250 and he called the AL president at the time a "weak human."  From the 1982 Associated Press story : A statement yesterday from Lee MacPhail, the American League president, said: ''Gaylord Perry has been suspended for 10 days, effective immediately, and fined $250 for violation of official playing rules 3.02 and 8.02. Mr. Perry was warned by umpire Dave Phillips ... for the first violation. When there was a second violation, he was ejected from the game. The suspension is an automatic penalty required by the playing rules. Mr. Perry has the right to appeal, in which event the suspension would not be invoked until after the matter was resolved at a hearing, and found to be in order.'' Perry said he spoke with MacPhail by telephone this morning and called him a ''weak human'' for imposing the suspension. The pitcher said he thought Phillips was ''out to get me'' as the result of an argument he had with the umpire over calls in the first inning. A weak human! Classic. * * * 3. KEVIN GROSS In 1987, Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Kevin Gross was caught with sandpaper in his glove and suspended 10 days. Gross admitted to having the sandpaper, but insisted he didn't use it. From the AP : ''I was caught with sandpaper in my glove,'' Gross said. ''They thought I was supposedly scuffing the ball and I was ejected. I was not scuffing any ball in the game last night.'' He said he was just ''fooling with'' the sandpaper. ''I didn't use it,'' he said.  Just fooling with it. That's a wonderful defense. * * *

     

    Fan proposes marriage at Fenway during surreal Shane Victorino at-bat (Big League Stew)

    The ballpark marriage proposal has been done and done again, but one that happened at Fenway Park in the bottom of the ninth inning Thursday night included a surreal twist. Without apparently notifying the Boston Red Sox, without any acknowledgement by either TV broadcast and while a ballgame continued without seeming to notice what was going on in the front row behind home plate, a man dropped to one knee and proposed to his girlfriend during Shane Victorino's final at-bat. A few members of the crowd in the rows behind the couple hooted and hollered, as the man offered and the woman accepted, but neither the hometown NESN or visiting YES TV crews mentioned what had to be obvious to anybody who was paying attention at home. The Busted Coverage blog , for example. Pro players have trained themselves to ignore, or at least minimize, the crowd and crowd noise. It's possible Yankees right-hander David Robertson (who was making his first appearance since being taken off the disabled list) didn't notice or care about the marriage proposal in his line of vision. And Victorino probably was thinking about trying to start a rally in Boston's last ups. And yet it's still kind of bizarre to watch the players interact as usual while a marriage proposal is going on behind them. That the broadcasters made no mention of it was just, well, surreal. Several odd moments occurred in the Yankees' 14-5 victory — most notably Red Sox slugger Mike Carp pitching a knuckleball and allowing five walks in his inning of work. But the proposal takes the cake. As The Stew has posted before, most major league teams have a marriage proposal "package," in which you pay them a certain amount of money and they assist you. They'll put it on ballpark's video board, they'll send the mascot over with the ring, whatever. The costs run from about $50, to hundreds of dollars and even much more at some parks. This guy bypassed all of that stuff and got the best possible deal: Free. We don't know the couple's name, and there have been no obvious reports of them being interviewed yet (if ever). But the guy's plan seemed to be this:

     
     

    Angels-Yankees Preview (The Associated Press)

    Jacoby Ellsbury seems to be adjusting just fine in his first season in New York, and that's been particularly true at Yankee Stadium. Los Angeles Angels starter C.J. Wilson also tends to thrive in the Bronx. Ellsbury looks to continue his hot hitting at home and help the New York Yankees win five straight there as they try to beat Wilson for the first time in four years Friday night. Ellsbury leads the Yankees with a .337 average while hitting eight doubles and driving in 11 runs.

     

    Baseball-Highlights of Thursday's Major League Baseball games (Reuters)

    April 24 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of Thursday's Major League Baseball games - - Tigers 7, White Sox 4 Max Scherzer struck out 10 while collecting his second win of the season and first baseman Miguel Cabrera drove in three runs as the Detroit Tigers downed the Chicago White at Comerica Park. - - Yankees 14, Red Sox 5 The New York Yankees took advantage of sloppy Boston defense and shoddy pitching to cruise to a 14-5 win over the Red Sox.

     

    Yankees close road trip with rout of Red Sox (The SportsXchange)

    BOSTON -- All things considered, Joe Girardi will take the 4-3 road trip his team completed on Thursday night. Two tough cities, Tampa and here, that's pretty good," the New York Yankees manager said after his team finished the journey with a 14-5 blowout of the Boston Red Sox. Along the way, the first-place Yankees lost right-hander Ivan Nova for the season to Tommy John surgery. They also lost righty Michael Pineda to a 10-game suspension for the use of pine tar in Wednesday night's loss -- his early exit zapping the bullpen and forcing the Yankees to bring two relievers in from the minors on Thursday.

     

    Red Sox-Blue Jays Preview (The Associated Press)

    Mark Buehrle is chasing not only the best start to a season in his 15-year career, but also the best in the history of the Toronto Blue Jays. The veteran left-hander looks to become the first in the majors with five victories when the Blue Jays open this three-game series with the Boston Red Sox on Friday night. Buehrle (4-0, 0.64 ERA) has won his first four starts to match a personal best from 2002, when he finished with a career-high 19 victories for the Chicago White Sox. He also joined Jimmy Key (1991), Pat Hentgen ('93) and Gustavo Chacin (2006) as the only Toronto pitchers to begin a season with four straight wins.

     

    Solarte's 4 RBIs help Yanks top Red Sox 14-5 (The Associated Press)

    CC Sabathia provided a lift for the New York Yankees depleted rotation. Then Michael Pineda was suspended for 10 games for using pine tar. After those developments were announced Thursday, Sabathia went out and threw six solid innings in his second straight strong start and New York beat the sloppy Boston Red Sox 14-5. ''He's taken the mindset since spring training he needs to be the ace of this staff,'' Yankees catcher Brian McCann said.

     

    Team Report - NEW YORK YANKEES (The SportsXchange)

    Sabathia gives short-handed Yankees what they need

     

    Yankees 14, Red Sox 5 (The SportsXchange)

    BOSTON -- The New York Yankees took advantage of sloppy Boston defense and shoddy pitching and cruised to a 14-5 victory over the Red Sox on Thursday night. In capturing the rubber game of a three-game series, the first-place Yankees (13-9) got the benefit of five errors, three wild pitches and a passed ball by the last-place Red Sox (10-13) to improve to 5-2 against the MLB champions this season. Most of the defensive damage on a chilly night was done in the first three innings, when the Yankees took a 7-0 lead against losing pitcher Felix Doubront (1-3), and Yankees starter CC Sabathia took it from there. Red Sox first baseman/outfielder Mike Carp pitched the ninth inning, the first time he's pitched as a professional.