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Houston Astros pound out 17 hits, pumel Boston Red Sox -

BOSTON -- The Houston Astros made sure there would be no full-on celebration in the home clubhouse Thursday night after pounding out 17 hits in a 12-2 rout of the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. Boston (92-67) would have clinched its second straight ...and more »

Liverpool owner John Henry launches anti-racism campaign with powerful message - Liverpool Echo

Liverpool FC owner John Henry has joined the growing calls in US sports for unity and inclusion. His statement helped to launch a public service campaign against racism by Boston's five major sports teams - the Red Sox in baseball, Boston Bruins in ice ...and more »

Roundup: Houston Astros keep Boston Red Sox from clinching AL East -

BOSTON -- The Houston Astros kept Boston's champagne on ice and also kept their own hopes for home-field advantage throughout the American League playoffs alive with a 3-2 decision over the Red Sox on Friday night. Houston's second straight win over ...and more »

Red Sox launch 'Take the Lead' initiative -

BOSTON -- The Red Sox, in conjunction with four other Boston-area pro sports teams, launched a new initiative at Fenway Park on Thursday aimed at eradicating racism and hate speech from stadiums and communities and encouraging fans to do the same.and more »

Red Sox clinch AL East crown - Toronto Star

BOSTON—The hard chopper bounced off first baseman Mitch Moreland's glove and high into the air. Second baseman Brock Holt jumped to glove the ball and flipped it to first, where David Price was covering. When the Boston Red Sox needed him, Price ...and more »

Boston sports teams tell fans to take a stand against racism -

BOSTON (AP) — The Boston area's five professional sports teams are telling their fans to take a stand against racism and discrimination. In a new initiative they're calling ''Take the Lead,'' the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins, and Revolution are ...and more »

Bullpen woes mar loss in Red Sox' regular-season finale - Boston Herald

The Red Sox could have finished with one last shutout victory. Instead, they finished with familiar questions about which middle relievers they should trust in the playoffs. Granted, Sunday's game didn't mean much — that much was clear from the ...and more »

How Yankees can still steal AL East from Red Sox -

Somehow, the Yankees are still alive in the American League East. They just can't lose again. And the Red Sox can't win again. Their win over the Blue Jays and Boston's loss to the Astros on Friday assured that the Yankees' dream of playing Game No.and more »

Red Sox Get Champagne, Springer Gets Cookies - Hartford Courant

The rain grew intense. So, too, did the moment. With the bases loaded and two out in the seventh inning, John Farrell walked out of the Red Sox dugout toward the mound. Believing he had been summoned to replace David Price, Addison Reed ran in from ...and more »

Jose Altuve wins batting title, Astros beat Red Sox - USA TODAY

BOSTON (AP) — Jose Altuve ran away with the AL batting title. The AL West race wasn't any closer. Altuve coasted to his third AL batting crown despite going hitless in two at-bats and the Houston Astros rallied for their 101st win on Sunday, cruising ...and more »