Buster & Jerry Crasnick discuss the electric series between the Red Sox & Indians, Kenley Jansen's rough first game back, Daniel Murphy and more (:59). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (26:00), Roch Kubatko with some "Inside Heat" on the Orioles (30:23) and more.
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Buster breaks down Monday's slate, including another win for Oakland and a playoff atmosphere in Boston.
There are bigger free-agent names this winter, but don't sleep on the Boston starter, who has remade himself after a second Tommy John surgery.
When Indians ace Corey Kluber sees an opening, he usually takes advantage of it, whether it means winning an intense game or claiming some hardware.
Greg Allen hit a tiebreaking homer right after Boston pitcher Rick Porcello was struck in the midsection by a line drive, and Corey Kluber tied for the major league wins lead as the Cleveland Indians beat the Red Sox 5-4 Monday night.
Focus Baseball: Ronald Acuna Jr's hot-streak, major names on the DL, this week's slate and much more
Eric Karabell and Tristan H. Cockcroft break down Ronald Acuna Jr's hot-streak and what his projections are for next year (4:00), if there are concerns for Chris Sale, Joey Votto, Mike Trout and Didi Gregorius (9:00), a Closer Carousel (21:30), Combo Meals (16:40), a look ahead to this week's slate (25:00) and the guys answer your #06010MLB questions.
BBTN: Buster and Kurkjian talk LLWS, Darvish's rehab start, injuries to Gregorius, Altuve and Sale, big leaguers remember the LLWS and more
Buster talks to Tim Kurkjian about the LLWS, Rhys Hoskins' selfie with Big Al, Yu Darvish's rehab start, the level of concern on injuries to Didi Gregorius, Jose Altuve and Chris Sale. Plus, Todd Frazier (28:00) and Scott Kingery (31:00) remember their time in the LLWS, Todd Radom drops by for another quiz (33:00) and much more.
As we keep tabs on the best and worst teams this season, a tough test could challenge Boston's pace. Plus, which last-place team made history over the weekend?
The Red Sox are still No. 1 atop a pile of quality clubs in the AL, but hot hitters are powering rising challengers from the NL.
Jalen Beeks pitched four strong innings against the team that traded him last month and the Tampa Bay Rays limited Boston to two singles, beating the Red Sox 2-0 on Sunday.
David Price pitched seven solid innings, J.D. Martinez hit his major league-leading 38th homer after Boston jumped to a quick lead and the Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-2 on Saturday night for their 17th victory in 20 games.
Chris Sale, who is 12-4 with an American League-best 1.97 ERA and 219 strikeouts, has again been placed on the disabled list with left shoulder inflammation.
Xander Bogaerts hit a two-run triple and added a pair of doubles, and the Boston Red Sox scored seven straight runs after allowing three in the first to beat the Tampa Bay Rays 7-3 on Friday night.
Ian Kinsler, who played just three games with the Red Sox after being acquired at the trade deadline before landing on the DL, has been activated.
Buster Olney breaks down Wednesday's action, including a dazzling debut and controversy in Atlanta.
From favorite memories to what they learned, we asked Bryce Harper, Mookie Betts and others to talk about growing up playing baseball. The one common piece of advice to younger players: Enjoy playing the game.
Wilson Ramos had three extra-base hits and three RBI, helping the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Boston Red Sox 7-4 on Wednesday night in his first game with his new team.
Buster & Jerry Crasnick discuss Ben Zobrist's ump critique, Derek Jeter's first season on the job & much more (1:28). Plus, "Hembo Knows" (25:02), the Power 10 (31:52) and Paul Hoynes with some "Inside Heat" on the Indians (35:04).
After one splashy offseason move, the Sox have gone from good to an all-time-great team. We break down how much of the rise can be credited to Boston's new slugger.
As the Boston Red Sox aim for a franchise-record number of victories, Rick Porcello got a taste of two-way play while stifling the Philadelphia Phillies.
Pinch-hitter Brock Holt hit a tiebreaking solo homer, Rick Porcello threw seven impressive innings and the major league-leading Boston Red Sox beat the Philadelphia Phillies 2-1 Tuesday night.