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1 WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS (8): 1903, 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 2004, 2007, 2013 AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS (13): 1903, 1904, 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 1946, 1967, 1975, 1986, 2004, 2007, 2013 AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST DIVISION CHAMPIONS (9): 1975, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1995, 2007, 2013, 2016, 2017 AMERICAN LEAGUE WILD CARD (7): 1998, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, BOSTON RED SOX (3917) at HOUSTON ASTROS (3522) Thursday, May 31, :10 p.m. ET/7:10 p.m. CT Minute Maid Park Houston, TX LHP Drew Pomeranz (12, 6.75) vs. RHP Lance McCullers (63, 3.98) Game #57 Road Game #29 TV: NESN/MLBN Radio: WEEI 93.7 FM, WCEC 1490 AM/103.7 FM (Spanish) STATE OF THE SOX: The Red Sox own MLB s best record (39 17), winning 9 of their last 11 games and 11 of their last 14. The Sox went 172 in their first 19 games and 57 in their next 12...Since then, they are 178 in their last 25. The Sox are a seasonbest 22 games above in 2017, they were not 22 games over.500 until 9/16 (8563). HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGE IN MLB (2018) Rank Club Win % (Record) 1. Red Sox.696 (3917) 2. Yankees.673 (3517) 3. Brewers.632 (3621) 4. Astros.614 (3522) EASTERN STANDARD: Today is the 64th day of the MLB season; BOS has held at least a share of 1st place at the start of 57 days, and has been alone in 1st at the start of 46 days. The Sox are 2510 (.714) vs. AL East clubs...in 2017, they were 4135 (.539) against the division. J.D. POWER: J.D. Martinez leads MLB with 13 HR this month, tied for the most ever by a Red Sox player in May (also Jim Rice in his 1978 MVP season)...the last BOS player with 13+ HR in any month was David Ortiz (14 in July 2006). Martinez has 13 HR in his last 26 games, including 9 in his last 16, and 3 in his last 5. Martinez leads the majors in RBI (47) and is tied for the lead in HR (18) with Mike Trout and Bryce Harper...He also ranks 3rd in SLG (.663) and OPS (1.042). Martinez has homered in 3 of his last 6 games at Minute Maid Park. ON THE OFFENSIVE: The Red Sox lead the majors in runs scored (301), AVG (.268), SLG (.469), doubles (129), and XBH (221)...They also rank 2nd in OPS (.801). BOS is 243 (.889) when scoring the game s 1st run, the best such record in the majors. SLUGGING SOX: The Red Sox rank 2nd in MLB with 82 HR, their most through 56 games in club history...the franchise record through 57 games is 84 HR (1969). BOS leads the majors with 52 HR since 4/30. In 2017, the Sox ranked last in the AL and 27th in MLB in HR (168)...They hit their 82nd HR on 7/2 (game #82). EXTRA, EXTRA!: The Red Sox are the only team with 200+ XBH this season (221)...Through 56 games in 2017, they ranked 21st in the majors with 164 XBH. The Sox have recorded multiple XBH in each of their last 29 games since 4/30, the longest streak for any team this season...it is tied for the Sox longest such streak of the last 20 seasons (also 2004); they last had a longer streak in 1998 (40 straight games). PICK YOUR POISON: J.D. Martinez (18 HR) and Mookie Betts (17 HR) became the 1st Red Sox teammates ever to hit 17+ HR apiece in the first 54 games of a season...the last AL teammates to do that were Ken Griffey Jr. (18) and Alex Rodriguez (20) for the 1998 Mariners. The Sox own 3 of MLB s 4 highest slugging percentages, and 3 of the top 5 OPS marks (min. 100 PA): HIGHEST OPS IN THE MAJORS (MIN. 100 PA) Rk. Player SLG OPS 1. Mookie Betts Mike Trout J.D. Martinez Jose Ramirez Mitch Moreland NO TIME TO REST: The Red Sox are in the midst of playing 52 games in 55 days from 4/246/17...Sunday night will conclude a stretch of 26 games in 27 days, including 13 straight since 5/22. IN GOOD COMPANY: This is only the 3rd time in the Red Sox 118year history they have won 39+ of their first 56 games, having also done so in 1946 (4214) and 2002 (3917). Since divisional play began in 1969, 15 teams prior to 2018 had won 39+ of their first 56 games...14 of those won their division, and 5 won the World Series. TEAMS TO WIN 39+ OF FIRST 56 GAMES ( ) Year Club First 56 Record Finish 2018 BOS HOU Won WS 2016 CHC Won WS SOX & STROS: The Red Sox and Astros begin a 7game season series tonight...these teams will meet at Fenway Park for a 3game set from FridaySunday, 9/79. Since 2003 (when these teams 1st played each other), the Sox own MLB s 2ndhighest winning percentage vs. HOU (.628, 2716), trailing only CLE (.636, 2816). OLD FRIENDS: Red Sox manager Alex Cora and bullpen coach Craig Bjornson served on the coaching staff of the 2017 World Series champion Astros...They are scheduled to receive their World Series rings today. J.D. Martinez was selected by HOU in the 20th round of the 2009 June Draft and appeared in 252 games with the club from In 2014, he opened spring training in the HOU organization but was released on 3/22; he signed with DET as a minor league free agent 2 days later. HEAD TO HEAD: The Red Sox feature 4 players with a career AVG of.333+ vs. HOU: Dustin Pedroia (.377), Eduardo Nuñez (.360), Mookie Betts (.346), and Brock Holt (.339)...Among the 904 players with 100+ atbats against the HOU franchise ( ), Pedroia ranks 3rd alltime in AVG and OBP (.457). LEADING OFF: Mookie Betts leads MLB in AVG (.359), SLG (.750), OPS (1.187), runs (52), and XBH (37)...He also ranks 2nd in OBP (.437) and T4th in HR (17). Betts is batting.340+ with a OPS vs. LHP (.362/1.245), vs. RHP (.358/1.166), with RISP (.364/1.392), with the bases empty (.374/1.214), with 2 outs (.439/1.437), and with 2 strikes (.340/1.101). THIS LAND IS MORELAND: Since starting the 2018 season 0for12, Mitch Moreland is 39for113 (.345) with a.413 OBP...9 of his last 11 hits have gone for extra bases. Among players with 100+ PA, Moreland ranks 4th in SLG (.632) and 5th in OPS (1.011)...He also ranks 4th in the AL in AB/RBI (4.63). HAVE WE BENINTRODUCED?: Andrew Benintendi has 6 XBH in his last 5 games (2 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR)...In 14 games since 5/15, he is 21for52 (.404) with 5 HR and a OPS. Through 4/25 (21 games), Benintendi was batting.218 with a.706 OPS...In 31 games since 4/26, he is 42for123 (.341) with a OPS. WHAT A RELIEF: Red Sox relief pitchers have a 1.21 ERA (5 ER/37.1 IP, 1 HR) in the club s last 11 games (since 5/19). Since 4/15, BOS relievers lead the AL and rank 2nd in MLB in ERA (2.58; 39 ER/136.0 IP)...Overall, the Sox bullpen ranks 2nd in the AL in ERA (3.17) and WHIP (1.18). 3 Sox relievers have an active scoreless streak of 6.0+ IP: Joe Kelly (9.2), Matt Barnes (8.1), and Steven Wright (6.0). JK ROLLING: Joe Kelly has allowed only 1 run in his last 24 outings (since 4/1), posting a 0.35 ERA and a.119/.196/.131/.327 opponent batting line in that time (25.2 IP, 10 H, 6 BB, 27 SO, 1 XBH). Opponents are 0 for their last 23 vs. Kelly (2 BB, 1 HBP). Against Kelly, LHH are 2for40 (.050) with 0 XBH, including 1 for their last 37 (.027), and 0 for their last 19. REGULAR SEASON BREAKDOWN AL East Standing...1st, +2.0 Home/Road /199 Day/Night /2413 March/April/May... 21/196/1810 vs. AL East vs. AL Central...21 vs. AL West...85 vs. National League...41 vs. RH/LH starter /66 Leading after 6 innings Tied after 6 innings...51 Trailing after 6 innings Leading after 7 innings Tied after 7 innings...62 Trailing after 7 innings Leading after 8 innings Tied after 8 innings...31 Trailing after 8 innings Red Sox score first Opponents score first Shutouts...31 Scoring less than 3 runs...24 Scoring 3 or 4 runs...87 Scoring 5 or more runs Red Sox hit HR/hit 0 HR /96 1run/2run games /73 Walkoffs...12 Extra innings (home/road)... 11/12 Series openers/finales /153 Series WLT (home) Series WLT (road) Series WLT (total) Series sweeps (home/road)... 30/20 Comefrombehind wins...17 VS. THE ASTROS AllTime In Boston In Houston In Boston...13 In Houston...21 UPCOMING SCHEDULE AND PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUPS DATE OPP. BOS TIME RED SOX STARTER OPPOSING STARTER TV Fri., 6/1 at HOU 8:10 p.m. LHP Chris Sale (52, 2.76) RHP Gerrit Cole (51, 2.05) NESN/MLBN Sat., 6/2 at HOU 7:15 p.m. LHP David Price (54, 4.04) RHP Justin Verlander (72, 1.11) FOX Sun., 6/3 at HOU 7:35 p.m. RHP Rick Porcello (72, 3.65) RHP Charlie Morton (70, 2.26) ESPN Mon., 6/4 Off Day Red Sox on the Radio: All regular season games are broadcast in English on WEEI 93.7 FM and network affiliates, and in Spanish on WCEC 1490 AM/103.7 FM. * Special thanks to the Elias Sports Bureau, BaseballReference.com, and STATS Inc. * MOST WINS IN MLB, Rk. Club Wins T1. Boston T1. Cleveland T3. ChicagoNL T3. Washington RED SOX TEAM LEADERS Batting Hits... Betts/Martinez (66) Doubles...Betts (19) Triples...Benintendi (5) HR...Martinez (18) RBI...Martinez (47) Runs...Betts (52) SB...Betts (13) BB...Benintendi (28) AVG (min. 100 AB)...Betts (.359) OBP (min. 100 AB)...Betts (.437) SLG (min. 100 AB)...Betts (.750) OPS (min. 100 AB)...Betts (1.187) Pitching Wins... Porcello (7) Saves...Kimbrel (18) Appearances...Kimbrel (26) Starts...Porcello/Sale (12) ERA (min IP)...Kelly (1.73) Innings (reliever)...kelly (26.0) Innings (starter)... Sale (75.0) Strikeouts (reliever)...kimbrel (34) Strikeouts (starter)... Sale (104) MOST WINS FROM (AL) Rk. Pitcher Wins 1. Chris Sale David Price Justin Verlander Rick Porcello... 87

2 TONIGHT S STARTING PITCHER Red Sox Game Notes Page 2 31DREW POMERANZ, LHP 12, 6.75 ERA, 7 starts WL ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG CAREER TONIGHT S START: Did not factor into the decision in his last start on 5/26 vs. ATL (3.1 IP, 6 H, 5 R, 3 BB, 3 SO). Has logged 4.0 IP or fewer in each of his last 3 starts...tossed a quality start in each of his prior 2 outings (5/2 vs. KC, 5/8 at NYY). Pomeranz s.618 winning percentage (2113) since making his Red Sox debut on 7/20/16 is the 10thhighest mark in the AL during that time (min. 30 decisions). Holds a 4.04 ERA (123 ER/274.1 IP) in 53 appearances (52 starts) with the Red Sox since being acquired from SD via trade on 7/14/16. The Red Sox are 3220 (.615) in Pomeranz s 52 starts with the club...boston was 2210 in his starts last season, including 144 in his final 18. VS. THE ASTROS: Is 22 with a 3.69 ERA (16 ER/39.0 IP) in 12 career appearances (7 starts) vs. HOU. Was 10 with a 1.46 ERA (2 ER/12.1 IP) in 2 starts against the club last season...allowed 1 R over 6.1 IP on 6/16 at HOU and 1 R over 6.0 IP on 9/30 at Fenway Park. Is 12 with a 4.10 ERA (12 ER/26.1 IP) in 8 career games (5 starts) at Minute Maid Park. In 12 career starts vs. AL West teams, is 03 with a 3.90 ERA (27 ER/62.1 IP)...His last 6 have come with BOS (01, 4.45 ERA, 15 ER/30.1 IP). ON THE ROAD: Went 73 in 15 road starts during His 3.19 ERA (30 ER/84.2 IP) in those outings was the 6thlowest in the AL. Won a careerlong 7 consecutive road decisions from 5/318/28...Was tied for the 2ndlongest road winning streak in the AL in 2017, and the longest by a Red Sox since (9) HIGHLIGHTS: Went 176 with a 3.32 ERA (64 ER/173.2 IP),.252 opponent AVG (166for659), 1.35 WHIP, 174 SO, and 69 BB in 32 starts during his 1st full season with BOS. Allowed 2 runs or fewer in a MLleading 23 starts during the 2017 season, joining Babe Ruth (28 in 1916) and Roger Clemens (23 in 1990) as the only Red Sox since at least 1908 with 23+ such outings in a single season. Ranked among AL leaders in wins (T4th, 17), winning percentage (4th,.739), ERA (7th, 3.32), starts (T9th, 32), SO (12th, 174), and opponent AVG (12th,.252) , 2x, last 5/8 at NYY 8, 5/2 vs. KC 5, 2x, last 5/26 vs. ATL 5, 5/26 vs. ATL 5, 5/13 at TOR 7, 4/20 at OAK 3, 4/27 vs. TB 1, 5/2 1, 2x, last 5/ , 7.85 ERA, 4 GS 00, 5.27 ERA, 3 GS.311 (41132), 6 HR.308 (826), 0 HR.311 (33106), 6 HR 1.88 SINGLEGAME HIGHS IP H R ER BB SO HR CG SHO WIN STREAK LOSS STREAK 10+ SO G SPLITS HOME ROAD OPP. AVG VS. LHB VS. RHB WHIP Was also among league leaders in opponent SLG (9th,.388), opponent OPS (12th,.712), SO/9.0 IP ratio (9th, 9.02), and SO/BB ratio (17th, 2.52). Held opponents to a.211 AVG with RISP (30for142), the 5thlowest mark in the AL and 9thlowest in MLB. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Selected by Manager Terry Collins to replace Noah Syndergaard to the NL AllStart roster, his 1st career selection. Has made 59 career relief appearances...is 44 with a 2.10 ERA (15 ER/64.1 IP). CAREER 7.2, 8/15/16 at CLE 9, 3x, last 6/8/16 vs. ATL 8, 6/16/14 vs. TEX 7, 2x, last 6/16/14 vs. TEX 6, 8/4/16 at SEA 11, 2x, last 5/25/17 vs. TEX 3, 6/19/16 vs. WAS 8, 6/27/178/28/17 6, 7/179/15/12 5, last 5/25/17 vs. TEX (11) CAREER 2419, 3.98 ERA, 90 G, 59 GS 1925, 3.65 ERA, 87 G, 59 GS.242 ( ), 80 HR.226 (138610), 10 HR.247 ( ), 70 HR 1.33 VS. HOU WL ERA G GS IP H ER HR BB SO CAREER at HOU REGULAR SEASON GAME LOG DATE SCORE OPP DEC SCORE WHEN LEFT IP H R ER BB SO HR PIT/STRIKES NOTES 4/20 W73 at OAK /57 Made season debut after being activated from the DL 4/27 L34 TB L /49 2nd career start with 3+ HR (also 6/19/16 with SD vs. WSH, 3) 5/2 W54 KC W /55 1st quality start of /8 L23 at NYY /62 Both R came via Giancarlo Stanton solo HR 5/13 W53 at TOR /57 Issued a seasonhigh 5 BB 5/18 L47 BAL L /48 Consecutive GS of 4.0 or fewer IP for 1st time since 5/920/17 (3) 5/26 W86 ATL /52 Shortest start since 9/25/17 vs. TOR (2.0 IP) ASTROS CAREER VS. POMERANZ PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Altuve Bregman Correa Davis Federowicz Gattis Gonzalez Gurriel Kemp Marisnick Springer Stassi RED SOX CAREER vs. MCCULLERS PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Benintendi Betts Bogaerts Bradley Jr Devers Holt Leon Martinez Moreland Núñez Pedroia Swihart Vázquez STARTING PITCHERS BREAKDOWN QUALITY SOX STARTER GS STARTS RS/IP RSA REC. Sale / Price / Porcello / Velázquez / Johnson 1 1 6/ Rodriguez / Pomeranz / CHRIS SALE, LHP TOMORROW S STARTING PITCHER 52, 2.76 ERA, 12 starts WL ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG CAREER LAST 5 STARTS DATE OPP DEC IP H R ER BB SO 5/6 at TEX W /11 at TOR /16 OAK W /22 at TB W /27 ATL L ERA TOMORROW S START: Allowed a seasonhigh 6 R over 4.1 IP in his last start on 5/27 vs. ATL (L, 5 H, 3 BB, 8 SO). Won 4 consecutive decisions from 4/265/22, his longest winning streak since a 7decision stretch from 5/26/10/17. Ranks 2nd in the AL with 104 SO and SO/9.0 IP, trailing only Gerrit Cole (109, 13.14). Is among AL leaders in ERA (8th, 2.76), opponent AVG (5th,.193), WHIP (6th, 0.96), SO/BB ratio (6th, 5.20), and opponent OPS (11th,.609). Is 51 with a 1.31 ERA (7 ER/48.0 IP) in 6 career regular season starts vs. HOU...Holds a 0.71 WHIP and.168 opponent AVG (29for173) in those outings. Sale s SO/BB ratio vs. HOU (65 SO, 5 BB) is the highest ever against the club and 10thhighest vs. any single opponent since 1913 (min. 5 starts).

3 Red Sox Game Notes BATTING NOTES Page 3 16 ANDREW BENINTENDI, OF.294 AVG 7 HR 38 RBI.376 OBP.517 SLG vs. RHP: (.318), 6 HR YESTERDAY: 24, R HOMESTAND: 1024, 5 R, 2 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR, 9 RBI CURRENT STREAK: 5 G (1021, 2 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR, 8 RBI) vs. LHP: 944 (.205), 1 HR TOR SERIES: 614, 2 R, 2B, 3B, HR, 5 RBI SEASONHIGH STREAK: 9 G (5/816) Leads the majors with a OPS since 5/15, and ranks 9th in the AL with an.893 OPS overall this season. Ranks 2nd in the AL with a.412 AVG and OPS with RISP (21for51)...His.365 career AVG with RISP (76for208) is the highest since at least 1974 (min. 100 AB). Is 21for52 (.404) with 3 2B, 2 3B, 5 HR, and 17 RBI in his last 14 games...in his last 31, is batting.341 (42for123) with 24 runs, 10 2B, 3 3B, 6 HR, and 25 RBI. Singled twice yesterday in his 18th multihit game of the season...has 10 hits in his last 5 games (.476/10for21, 2 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR). Is tied for 2nd in the majors with nine 3hit games...in 6 games batting leadoff, has gone 11for27 (.407) with 3 2B, 3B, HR, 6 RBI. Has 5 RBI in his last 3 games and is tied for 8th in the AL with 38 RBI this season...has 20 RBI in his last 17 games. 50 MOOKIE BETTS, OF.359 AVG 17 HR 37 RBI.437 OBP.750 SLG vs. RHP: (.358), 11 HR YESTERDAY: DNP HOMESTAND: 27, 3 R, HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB, SB CURRENT STREAK: 3 G (311, 2 R, HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB) vs. LHP: 1747 (.362), 6 HR TOR SERIES: SEASONHIGH STREAK: 9 G (3/314/11) Is 1 HR shy of the ML lead with 17...Leads MLB in batting average (.359), SLG (.750), OPS (1.187), runs (52), XBH (37), and TB (138)...Also ranks among AL leaders in hits (T8th, 66), 2B (T2nd, 19), RBI (10th, 37), OBP (2nd,.437), and stolen bases (2nd, 13). Has a career.346/.419/.617/1.037 batting line in 20 games vs. HOU (28for81, 19 R, 7 2B, 3 3B, 3 HR, 15 RBI), ranking 7th among actives in AVG, 6th in OBP, 4th in SLG, and 2nd in OPS (min. 75 AB). Has hit safely in all 11 career starts at HOU, including the 2017 ALDS...In 12 career games at Minute Maid Park, has a.367/.404/.612/1.016 batting line. Leads the majors with 52 runs, which were the most by a Red Sox hitter through 53 team games since Ted Williams (55) and Vern Stephens (52) in Has 2 SB in his last 3 games, 10 in his last 16, and 13 this season (2nd in the AL)...Is 1 of 3 players with 10+ HR and 10+ SB (also Mike Trout, Tim Anderson). Had 37 XBH through 51 team games...since 1950, the only other hitters with 37+ XBH through 51 team games were Stan Musial in 1954 (37), Hank Aaron in 1959 (38), Frank Thomas in 1994 (37), Edgar Martinez in 1996 (43), Magglio Ordoñez in 2007 (38), and David Ortiz in 2016 (38). His 17 HR are the 4thmost by a Sox hitter through May, trailing Mo Vaughn in 1996 (20), Jim Rice in 1978 (18), and J.D. Martinez this season (18). Leads the AL batting.372 in May and.439 with 2 outs...is batting.358 vs RHP (3rd in the AL),.362 vs. LHP (6th), and.340 with 2 strikes (2nd). 2 XANDER BOGAERTS, SS.282 AVG 8 HR 28 RBI.335 OBP.519 SLG vs. RHP: (.280), 8 HR YESTERDAY: 14, R HOMESTAND: 623, 6 R, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 4 BB CURRENT STREAK: 3 G (413, 4 R, HR, RBI, BB) vs. LHP: 931 (.290), 0 HR TOR SERIES: 413, 4 R, HR, RBI, BB SEASONHIGH STREAK: 6 G (4/530) Has reached base in a seasonhigh 15 straight games...reached base a seasonhightying 3 times (8th time) Tuesday, including his 8th HR of the season. Has a.289 career AVG (28for97) in 24 games vs. HOU, including a.338 clip (26for77) with a.584 SLG since 2015 (18 G, 11 R, 7 2B, 4 HR, 17 RBI). Homered off Charlie Morton in Game 4 of the 2017 ALDS, tying the game in the 1st inning...recorded his only career multihr game on 6/18/17 at HOU. Has 8 HR in 156 AB this season (19.50 AB/HR) after averaging AB/HR through his first 5 ML seasons...had 10 HR in 571 AB last year (148 games). Has 4 HR in his last 13 games, and 5 in his last 18...Is batting.366 (15for41) with RISP, ranking 9th in the AL. 23 of his 44 hits, including 12 XBH, have come with 2 strikes...his 271 2strike hits since 2015 are 16 more than any other hitter (Betts, 255). 19 JACKIE BRADLEY JR., OF.196 AVG 2 HR 12 RBI.287 OBP.301 SLG vs. RHP: (.230), 2 HR YESTERDAY: 23, 2B, RBI HOMESTAND: 615, 3 R, 2 2B, 3B, 3 RBI, 2 BB, SB CURRENT STREAK: 5 G (615, 3 R, 2 2B, 3B, 3 RBI) vs. LHP: 440 (.100), 0 HR TOR SERIES: 49, 2 R, 2 2B, 3 RBI, 2 BB, SB SEASONHIGH STREAK: 5 G (5/27pres.) Gave the Red Sox a lead with an RBI double to left in the 3rd inning yesterday, marking his 3rd straight game with an RBI hit...also singled in the 7th. Has hit safely in a seasonhigh 5 straight games (.400/6for15, 3 R, 2 2B, 3B)...Has driven in a run in 3 straight games for the first time since 8/1820/17 (also 3). Has hit safely in 8 of his last 9 games with an AB, batting.345 (10for29) with 5 runs, 4 2B, 3B...Has reached in 14 of his last 35 PA (.400 OBP,.323/10for31). The Red Sox are 4910 (.831) in his last 59 games with an XBH, including a 242 record (.923) in his last 26...Are 91 in his last 10 games with an RBI. Hit a 3run HR in Game 3 of the 2017 ALDS vs. HOU...Is a career.291 hitter (23for79) vs. the Astros, having reached in 17 of his 20 games vs. the club. 11 RAFAEL DEVERS, 3B.234 AVG 9 HR 28 RBI.290 OBP.415 SLG vs. RHP: (.241), 6 HR YESTERDAY: 04 HOMESTAND: 419, 2 R, 2B, BB CURRENT STREAK: 05 vs. LHP: 1047 (.213), 3 HR TOR SERIES: 312, 2 R SEASONHIGH STREAK: 5 G (2x, last 4/1520) Snapped a 3game hitting streak yesterday...had reached base in his last 11 games, his 2ndlongest career streak (12 G, 9/29/174/10/18). Has hit.309 vs. LHP in his career (30for97)...Is batting.311 (32for103) when leading off an inning and.328 (20for61) on first pitches. Walked in 5 straight games from 5/2025, a careerlong streak and tied for the longest by a Red Sox hitter this season (also Benintendi, 3/314/7). Hit his 9th HR of the season on 5/22 at TB, ranking 3rd on the team...was his first career HR on a full count...has 8 solo HR and 1 grand slam this season. His 19 career HR are tied with Bobby Doerr for the 3rdmost by a Red Sox hitter before his 22nd birthday since 1908 (Conigliaro84, Williams49). LAST HOME RUN MULTIHIT GAMES MULTIRBI GAMES PLAYER DATE, OPP. PITCHER AB SINCE 2H 3H 4H 5H TOTAL 2RBI 3RBI 4RBI 5RBI 6+RBI TOTAL Benintendi 5/28/18 vs. TOR Sanchez Betts 5/25/18 vs. ATL Wisler Bogaerts 5/29/18 vs. TOR Biagini Bradley Jr. 4/20/18 at OAK Graveman Devers 5/22/18 at TB Pruitt Holt 4/17/18 at LAA Bard Leon 5/29/18 vs. TOR Barnes Martinez 5/30/18 vs. TOR Gaviglio Moreland 5/25/18 vs. ATL Wisler Núñez 5/30/18 vs. TOR Gaviglio Pedroia 9/9/17 vs. TB Andriese Swihart 9/29/15 at NYY Mitchell Vázquez 9/14/17 vs. OAK Gossett vs. HOU CAREER vs. HOU CAREER AT MINUTE MAID PARK PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI Benintendi Betts Bogaerts Bradley Jr Devers Holt Leon Martinez Moreland Núñez Pedroia Swihart Vázquez

4 Red Sox Game Notes BATTING NOTES (CONTINUED) Page BROCK HOLT, OF/INF.329 AVG 1 HR 9 RBI.407 OBP.468 SLG vs. RHP: 2170 (.300), 1 HR YESTERDAY: 13, RBI, BB, SB HOMESTAND: 39, 3 R, 2 RBI, 4 BB, HBP, 3 SB CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (26, 2 R, HBP, 2 SB) vs. LHP: 59 (.556), 0 HR TOR SERIES: 27, 2 R, 2 RBI, 3 BB, HBP, 2 SB SEASONHIGH STREAK: 9 G (4/1426) A Texas native, ranks 7th among active hitters with a.339 AVG (37for109) in 30 career games vs. HOU (min. 100 AB), including a.362 clip (17for47) at Minute Maid Park...Has hit safely in his last 9 games at HOU (.432/16for37), the 2ndlongest streak ever by a Red Sox hitter at HOU. Singled yesterday and stole his 3rd base of the season, all in his last 4 games...has stolen a base in consecutive games for the first time since 4/2021/16. Has 5 BB in his last 5 games, and 10 compared to 11 SO this season...has struck out once every 8.27 PA after entering the season with a 5.35 career PA/SO rate. Has reached in 12 of his last 21 PA, going 6for14 (.429) with 5 BB and 1 HBP...Over his last 10 games, is batting.397 (25for63) with 8 R, 8 2B, HR, and 8 RBI. Has reached base in 21 of his last 23 games, and 27 of his last 28 starts since 9/16/17...Reached base in a careerhigh 22 straight starts from 9/16/175/13/18. 3 SANDY LEON, C.254 AVG 2 HR 8 RBI.306 OBP.388 SLG vs. RHP: 1346 (.283), 2 HR YESTERDAY: DNP HOMESTAND: 37, 2 R, 2 2B, HR, 3 RBI CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (34, 2 R, 2 2B, HR, 3 RBI) vs. LHP: 421 (.190), 0 HR TOR SERIES: 34, 2 R, 2 2B, HR, 3 RBI SEASONHIGH STREAK: 5 G (5/1424) Is 13for31 (.419) with 7 R, 3 BB, 3 2B, 2 HR, and 6 RBI in his last 10 games...tied career highs with 3 XBH and 8 TB Tuesday (2 2B, HR, 3 RBI). 8 of his 9 HR since the start of 2017 have come in the 6th inning or later, including 5 in the 8th inning or later. Since 2017, the Red Sox are 71 when he homers, 208 when he drives in a run, and 142 in his multihit games...bos is 3913 when he drives in a run since Leads the majors with a 3.34 catcher s ERA since Has a 3.03 catcher s ERA in innings caught this season (3rd in the AL, min innings). 28 J.D. MARTINEZ, OF/DH.322 AVG 18 HR 47 RBI.379 OBP.663 SLG vs. RHP: (.325), 17 HR YESTERDAY: 14, 2 R, HR, 2 RBI HOMESTAND: 519, 4 R, 2 2B, 3 HR, 6 RBI, 2 BB CURRENT STREAK: 3 G (411, 3 R, 2 2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI) vs. LHP: 1445 (.311), 1 HR TOR SERIES: 411, 3 R, 2 2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI, BB SEASONHIGH STREAK: 12 G (4/295/11) Hit a gamewinning 2run HR yesterday, his 18th of the season...is tied for the ML lead with Bryce Harper and Mike Trout...Leads MLB outright with 47 RBI. Leads the majors with 13 HR in May, tied for a Red Sox record for the month of May (also Jim Rice in 1978) and the most by a Red Sox hitter in any single month since David Ortiz in July of 2006 (14). Has 9 HR in his last 16 games and 13 in his last 26...Is tied for 4th in the majors with 7 goahead HR, and is tied for 3rd in the majors with 7 gamewinning RBI. Ranks among AL leaders with a.322 AVG (8th), 66 hits (T8th),.379 OBP (12th),.663 SLG (3rd), OPS (3rd), 33 XBH (4th), and 136 TB (2nd). Leads MLB with 49 HR, 119 RBI,.711 SLG, and OPS since the 2017 AllStar break...the only other hitter with 100+ RBI in that time is Giancarlo Stanton (103). His 18 HR are tied with Jim Rice in 1978 for the 2ndmost by a Sox hitter through the month of May, trailing Mo Vaughn in 1996 (20). Ranks 4th in the majors with 33 XBH, including a MLhigh 30 vs. RHP...Has 11 XBH in his last 13 games, 18 in his last 22, and 20 in his last 26. Played 3 seasons with the Astros (201113), batting.251 (226for899) with 24 HR in 252 games...has 3 HR in his last 6 games at Minute Maid Park. 18 MITCH MORELAND, 1B.312 AVG 8 HR 27 RBI.379 OBP.632 SLG vs. RHP: 3194 (.330), 7 HR YESTERDAY: 01 HOMESTAND: 622, 3 R, 2 2B, 2 3B, HR, 5 RBI CURRENT STREAK: 04 vs. LHP: 831 (.258), 1 HR TOR SERIES: 29, R, 2B, RBI SEASONHIGH STREAK: 9 G (4/822) Ranks 4th in MLB with a.632 SLG and 5th with a OPS (min. 100 AB), trailing only Mookie Betts, Mike Trout, J.D. Martinez, and José Ramírez...Is batting.339 (38for112) with a OPS in his last 33 games. Has 7 XBH over his last 8 games (.290/9for31, 5 R, 3 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR, 6 RBI)...Has 2 streaks of 5+ games with an XBH this season, including 5/2027. Has 5 HR over his last 13 road games, batting.319/.377/.681 (15for47, 2 2B, 16 RBI). Tripled in consecutive games on 5/2627 after playing his previous 512 games without a triple (last 4/2/14 with TEX vs. PHI)...Has 5 triples in 3,129 career AB. In 20 games batting 3rd or 4th, has hit.386 (27for70) with 5 2B, 2 3B, 6 HR, and 20 RBI...Has hit safely in 16 of 17 such games with an AB. Hit.385/.467/.538 (5for13, 4 R, 2 2B, 2 BB) in 4 ALDS games vs. HOU last season...in his last 7 overall games vs. the club, is 8for22 (.364) with 4 2B, HR, 3 RBI. Is batting.316 (12for38) with RISP this season, including a.462 clip (6for13) with RISP and 2 outs. 36 EDUARDO NÚÑEZ, INF.249 AVG 4 HR 14 RBI.265 OBP.381 SLG vs. RHP: (.270), 4 HR YESTERDAY: 24, R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI HOMESTAND: 416, 3 R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (38, 2 R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI) vs. LHP: 948 (.188), 0 HR TOR SERIES: 38, 2 R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI SEASONHIGH STREAK: 7 G (5/614) Hit his 50th career HR yesterday, adding a double and driving in 2...Is 8for23 (.348) with 5 R, 2 2B, HR, 3 RBI in his last 6 games. Marked his first game with multiple XBH since Opening Day at TB (3/29; 2B, HR)...Marked his 3rd multirbi game of the season, fi rst since 4/13 vs. BAL (3). Leads active hitters with a.740 career SLG and OPS vs. HOU (.360/18for50; min. 50 AB)...Has 3 HR in his last 4 games vs. HOU, and 4 in his last 7. Has hit safely in 22 of his last 27 games since 4/28...Has hit in 36 of 48 games this season (75.0%), tied for the highest percentage on the team (Betts75.0%). Has hit.348 (49for141) with RISP since the start of last season, ranking 11th among ML hitters in that time. 15 DUSTIN PEDROIA, 2B.091 AVG 0 HR 0 RBI.231 OBP.091 SLG vs. RHP: 18 (.125), 0 HR YESTERDAY: DNP HOMESTAND: 111, R, 2 BB CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (14) vs. LHP: 03 (.000), 0 HR TOR SERIES: 14 SEASONHIGH STREAK: Recorded his first hit of the season Tuesday...In 105 games in 2017, batted.293 (119for406) with a.369 OBP, his 11th consecutive season batting above.275. Has walked in 2 of 3 games this season...has 51 BB and 49 SO since the start of last season...his next walk will tie Jimmie Foxx (624) for 12th in Red Sox history. Last season, hit.344 vs. LHP (21for61),.332 at home (68for205),.330 with RISP (35for106), and.365 with RISP & 2 outs (19for52). Has 0.96 BB/SO over his career (623 BB/652 SO), the 2ndhighest rate among active major leaguers (min. 1,000 PA). Leads actives and ranks 3rd alltime with a.377 AVG and.457 OBP against the Astros (49for130, min. 100 AB)...Has reached in 30 of 32 career starts vs. HOU. His.405 AVG (34for84) and.474 OBP at Minute Maid Park are the highest ever (min. 75 AB)...Has hit safely in 18 of 20 games at the venue, with 11 multihit games. 23 BLAKE SWIHART, C /UTL.179 AVG 0 HR 2 RBI.273 OBP.205 SLG vs. RHP: 526 (.192), 0 HR YESTERDAY: 23, R HOMESTAND: 39, 2 R, 2 BB CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (23, R) vs. LHP: 213 (.154), 0 HR TOR SERIES: 23, R SEASONHIGH STREAK: 1 G (5x, last 5/30) Recorded his 2nd multihit game of the season yesterday (also 4/14 vs. BAL)...Has reached base 5 times in his last 3 games. Made his first career start at 1B yesterday...has played 20 games this season, including 4 in left field, 3 at first base, and 2 at catcher. Is batting.444 (4for9) with 4 BB and a.615 OBP in the first 4 innings of games this season, reaching in 8 of 13 PA. Posted a.485 SLG in 25 spring training games, tying for the league lead with 7 2B and homering 3 times...appeared defensively at C, 1B, 3B, and LF. 7 CHRISTIAN VÁZQUEZ, C.188 AVG 0 HR 6 RBI.228 OBP.225 SLG vs. RHP: (.179), 0 HR YESTERDAY: 04 HOMESTAND: 215, R, RBI CURRENT STREAK: 06 vs. LHP: 732 (.219), 0 HR TOR SERIES: 18, R SEASONHIGH STREAK: 4 G (5/1623) Has hit in 6 of his last 8 games...struck out twice yesterday, snapping a careerlong streak of 9 games without a strikeout. Tied Saturday s game with a 2out RBI single in the 3rd, his 200th career hit...was his 5th RBI of the season and 5th career gametying RBI (last 9/14/17 vs. OAK). His 40.2% career CCS% (47for117) is the highest rate among actives and 4thhighest by any catcher since 1987 (min. 200 G). Ranks 5th in the AL with a 3.83 catcher s ERA after the Red Sox allowed 16 runs combined in his last 6 games.

5 Red Sox Game Notes BULLPEN NOTES Page 5 1ST BATTERS RELIEF HIGHS PITCHER LAST TIME OUT (Dec.) IP H R ER BB SO RETIRED/FACED RI/S SAVES/OPP INNINGS STRIKEOUTS 32Matt Barnes 5/30 vs. TOR (H, 13) /23 7/0 0/1 1.1 (3 times) 3 (4/26 at TOR) 37Heath Hembree 5/28 vs. TOR /23 10/3 / 2.0 (5 times) 3 (3 times) 61Brian Johnson 5/30 vs. TOR /17 5/0 / 3.0 (4/17 at LAA) 3 (2 times) 56Joe Kelly 5/29 vs. TOR (H, 10) /25 11/4 2/3 2.0 (2 times) 3 (5/12 at TOR) 46Craig Kimbrel 5/30 vs. TOR (SV, 18) /26 9/4 18/ (4/29 vs TB) 3 (3 times) 76Hector Velazquez 5/29 vs. TOR /12 10/6 / 3.1 (4/27 vs TB) 3 (4/30 vs KC) 35Steven Wright 5/28 vs. TOR /5 / / 4.2 (5/18 vs BAL) 5 (5/18 vs BAL) BULLPEN TOTALS: 3.17 ERA /163 (72%) 65/23 21/26 32MATT BARNES, RHP 01 0 SV 2.35 ERA vs. ALL:.130 (1077), 1 HR vs. RHB:.102 (549), 1 HR vs. LHB:.179 (528), 0 HR WHIP: 0.96 Threw 1.1 scoreless IP in yesterday s win vs. TOR (hold, 2 SO, 15 pitches); was his 23rd appearance of the season & 4th straight without allowing a hit (14 BF). Has not allowed a run in his last 8 appearances (since 5/10): 8.1 IP, 3 H, 3 BB, 12 SO, 0.72 WHIP,.107 AVG, 28 AB. 19 of his 23 appearances this year have been scoreless...since 4/13, has posted 16 scoreless appearances in 18 games (1.47 ERA, 3 ER, 18.1 IP, 7 BB, 27 SO). Among AL relievers this season, ranks 2nd in holds (13), 3rd in hits/9.0 IP (3.91) and opp. AVG (.130), and 5th in SO/BF (.352) and SO/9.0 IP (12.52). 37HEATH HEMBREE, RHP 21 0 SV 4.81 ERA vs. ALL:.277 (2694), 3 HR vs. RHB:.277 (1865), 2 HR vs. LHB:.276 (829), 1 HR WHIP: 1.44 Threw the 6th & 7th innings of Monday s win vs. TOR (2.0 IP, 2 H, ER, BB, 3 SO, 33 pitches); tied his season highs in IP and SO; was his 23rd appearance. Over his last 7 games, has posted a 2.57 ERA (2 ER/7.0 IP) with 1 BB and 11 SO (since 5/13); has stranded all 5 baserunners he has inherited in that span. Averaging SO/9.0 IP this year (30 SO in 24.1 IP)...Holding opponents to a.211 AVG (4for19) with RISP. Has pitched more than 1.0 inning in 8 of his 23 appearances this year and has gone 2.0 IP five times. 61BRIAN JOHNSON, LHP 12 0 SV 5.33 ERA vs. ALL:.291 (32110), 4 HR vs. RHB:.299 (2377), 4 HR vs. LHB:.273 (933), 0 HR WHIP: 1.48 Started the 9th inning yesterday vs. TOR and faced 2 batters; charged with 2 runs (0.0 IP, 2 H, 2 ER, 3 pitches); was his 17th appearance of the season. Posted a seasonbest 8.0inning scoreless streak from 5/ In 16 relief appearances this season: 02, 6.43 ERA, 15 ER, 21.0 IP, 6 BB, 18 SO. Including his start on 4/2 at MIA, has allowed just 3 runs on the road this season (2.19 ERA, 12.1 IP) and 11 ER in 14.2 IP at Fenway (6.75 ERA). Made 1st career Opening Day roster in Made his 2018 debut in a start on 4/2 at MIA (W, 6.0 IP, 1 ER), the 7th start of his ML career. 56JOE KELLY, RHP 30 2 SV 1.73 ERA vs. ALL:.128 (1186), 0 HR vs. RHB:.196 (946), 0 HR vs. LHB:.050 (240), 0 HR WHIP: 0.77 Stranded 2 runners to end the 7th & threw a scoreless 8th Tuesday vs. TOR (hold, 1.1 IP, SO, HB, 22 pitches); 25th game; 9th straight scoreless outing (8.2 IP). Has not allowed a hit in his last 8 full appearances (since 5/13): 25 batters faced (22 AB); last allowed a hit on 5/12 at TOR (Pillar). 23 of his 25 appearances this year are scoreless...has allowed just 1 run in his last 24 outings since 4/1: 0.35 ERA (1 ER/25.2 IP), 10 H, 6 BB, 27 SO,.119 AVG. Allowed 4 runs in 0.1 IP in his season debut (3/29 at TB) & then posted a seasonbest 15.1IP scoreless streak (4/15/8)...Has allowed 5 runs total in Among all AL relievers, ranks 2nd in WHIP (0.77), hits/9.0 IP (3.81) & opp. AVG (.128), 8th in ERA (1.73), 1st in both opp. SLG (.151) and opp. OPS (.378). Dating to 8/21/17, has held lefthanded hitters to a.061 AVG (4for66) with 23 SO which includes a 1for37 (.027 AVG) since 4/3 and an 0for19 since 5/4. 46CRAIG KIMBREL, RHP SV 2.16 ERA vs. ALL:.170 (1588), 5 HR vs. RHB:.130 (646), 2 HR vs. LHB:.214 (942), 3 HR WHIP: 0.84 Recorded his 18th SV of 2018 yesterday vs. TOR (1.0 IP, H, BB, SO, 19 pitches); entered with 2 men on in the 9th with no out, both scored; 26th game of Among AL relievers this season, ranks 2nd SV (18), 4th in SO/BF (.358), 5th in WHIP (0.84), T6th in SO (34), 8th in SO/9.0 IP (12.24) and opp. AVG (.170). Since 2016 among ML relievers is 2nd in SO/BF (.427) & SO/9.0 IP (14.88), 3rd in opp. AVG (.150), 3rd in SO (243), T3rd in SV (84), 5th in WHIP (0.86) & SV% (91.3). Has 309 career SV (25th all time trailing Goose Gossage who is 24th with 310) and his 91.0% career conversion rate (340 SVO) is the highest alltime for any closer with 250 or more chances...has 84 career saves as a Red Sox which is 7th all time trailing Derek Lowe (6th 85). Became the fastest in MLB history to reach 300 saves in terms of career appearances (494 games) and save opportunites (330 opportunities) when he did so on 5/5 at TEX...Also became the 1st pitcher in history to reach 300 saves before turning 30 years old when doing so (30th birthday is 5/28/88). 76HECTOR VELAZQUEZ, RHP 50 0 SV 2.12 ERA vs. ALL:.297 (35118), 3 HR vs. RHB:.279 (1968), 0 HR vs. LHB:.320 (1650), 3 HR WHIP: 1.45 Got the 1st out of the 9th inning in Tuesday night s win vs. TOR (0.1 IP, 3 hits, 11 pitches); his 14th appearance of the season. Has allowed only 2 runs over his last 10 relief appearances (16.0 IP, 1.13 ERA) since 4/20...Earned 3 wins in that span & overall has 5 in 14 games in Activated from the 10day DL, 5/24 (low back strain, 5/1423)...On a rehab assignment with TripleA Pawtucket; threw 1.0 scoreless IP, 5/21 vs. Scranton/WB. In 12 relief appearances this year: 30, 1.89 ERA (4 ER, 19.0 IP), 6 BB, 10 SO...Made 2 starts for BOS this April: 20, 2.53 ERA, 3 ER/10.2 IP, 2 BB, 10 SO. 35STEVEN WRIGHT, RHP 10 0 SV 2.77 ERA vs. ALL:.178 (845), 1 HR vs. RHB:.211 (838), 1 HR vs. LHB:.000 (07), 0 HR WHIP: 1.15 Threw the final 2.0 innings of Monday s win vs. TOR (2.0 IP, H, 2 SO, 20 pitches); his 5th appearance of the season and 3rd straight scoreless outing (6.0 IP). Added to the active ML roster on 5/14...Began the season on the DL recovering from left knee surgery done in May 2017 and rehabbed with TripleA Pawtucket (2 starts)...was reinstated from the DL on 4/28 and placed on the restricted list for 15 games...began a 2nd rehab assignment with Pawtucket (2 relief appearances)...appeared in 4 games (2 GS) during his rehabstints with the PawSox: 00, 4.30 ERA (7 ER/14.2 IP), 3 BB, 8 SO. For his ML career is 50, 3.65 ERA (25 ER, 61.2 IP), 26 BB, 49 SO in 20 relief appearances...is 1714, 3.99 ERA (106 ER, IP), 83 BB, 185 SO in 40 starts VS. HOU CAREER VS. HOU CAREER AT MINUTE MAID PARK PLAYER WLSV ERA G/GS IP H ER WLSV ERA G/GS IP H ER WLSV ERA G/GS IP H ER Barnes / / / Hembree / / / Johnson / / / Kelly / / / Kimbrel / / / Pomeranz / / / Porcello / / / Price / / / Rodriguez / / / Sale / / / Velazquez / / / Wright / / /

6 Red Sox Game Notes 2018 REGULAR SEASON DAYBYDAY Page 6 DAILY HOME ATT. ROAD ATT. GM# DATE D/N OPPONENT SCORE REC. POS. GA/GB WINNING PITCHER LOSING PITCHER SAVE ATT. NO. TOTAL NO. TOTAL 1 3/29 D at Tampa Bay L46 01 T4th 1.0 Pruitt (10) SMITH (01) Colome (1) 31,042* 1 31, /30 N at Tampa Bay W10 11 T3rd 1.0 PRICE (10) Roe (01) KIMBREL (1) 19, , /31 N at Tampa Bay W32 21 T1st PORCELLO (10) Kittredge (01) KIMBREL (2) 17, , /1 D at Tampa Bay W st +1.0 VELÁZQUEZ (10) Alvarado (01) KELLY (1) 14, , /2 N at Miami W st +1.0 JOHNSON (10) Richards (01) 11, , /3 N at Miami W42(13) 51 1st +1.0 HEMBREE (10) Guerrero (01) 14, ,405 4/4 Off Day 51 1st /5 D TAMPA BAY W32(12) 61 1st +2.0 POYNER (10) Kittredge (02) 36,134* 1 36,134 4/6 OFF DAY 61 1st /7 D TAMPA BAY W st +2.5 PORCELLO (20) Faria (01) 31, , /8 D TAMPA BAY W st +2.5 SMITH (11) Colome (01) KIMBREL (3) 31, ,934 4/9 OFF DAY 81 1st /10 N NEW YORKAL W st +2.0 SALE (10) Severino (21) 32, , /11 N NEW YORKAL L st +2.0 Tanaka (21) PRICE (11) 32, , /12 N NEW YORKAL W st +2.5 PORCELLO (30) Gray (11) KIMBREL (4) 36, , /13 N BALTIMORE W st +2.5 RODRIGUEZ (10) Tillman (03) 32, , /14 D BALTIMORE W st +3.0 VELÁZQUEZ (20) Cobb (01) WALDEN (1) 33, , /15 D BALTIMORE W st +3.5 HEMBREE (20) Bundy (02) KIMBREL (5) 32, ,715 4/16 D BALTIMORE 132 1st +3.5 PPD (Rain) 16 4/17 N at Anaheim W st +3.0 PRICE (21) Ohtani (21) 44,822* 7 153, /18 N at Anaheim W st +3.0 PORCELLO (40) Skaggs (21) 34, , /19 N at Anaheim W st +4.0 RODRIGUEZ (20) Tropeano (11) 36, , /20 N at Oakland W st +4.0 VELÁZQUEZ (30) Graveman (04) 23, , /21 N at Oakland L st +4.0 Manaea (32) SALE (11) 25, , /22 D at Oakland L st +4.0 Treinen (11) PRICE (22) 29, ,011 4/23 Off Day 174 1st /24 N at Toronto L34(10) 175 1st +3.0 Clippard (30) KIMBREL (01) 20, , /25 N at Toronto W st +4.0 RODRIGUEZ (30) Barnes (11) KIMBREL (6) 18, , /26 N at Toronto W st +4.0 SALE (21) Estrada (22) KIMBREL (7) 23, , /27 N TAMPA BAY L st +3.0 Snell (41) POMERANZ (01) Colomé (5) 32, , /28 D TAMPA BAY L st +2.0 Yarbrough (11) PRICE (23) 35, , /29 D TAMPA BAY W st +2.0 KIMBREL (10) Colomé (23) 32, , /30 N KANSAS CITY W st +3.0 VELÁZQUEZ (40) Hammel (03) 31, , /1 N KANSAS CITY L67(13) 218 1st +2.0 Herrera (10) JOHNSON (11) Flynn (1) 34, , /2 D KANSAS CITY W st +2.0 POMERANZ (11) Duffy (04) KIMBREL (8) 32, , /3 N at Texas L st +1.0 Minor (31) PRICE (24) 22, , /4 N at Texas W st +1.0 PORCELLO (50) Colon (11) 31, , /5 N at Texas W st +1.0 KELLY (10) Kela (22) KIMBREL (9) 35, , /6 D at Texas W st +1.0 SALE (31) Fister (13) 28, ,406 5/7 Off Day 259 1st /8 N at New YorkAL L T1st Robertson (31) HEMBREE (21) Chapman (8) 45, , /9 N at New YorkAL L nd 1.0 Holder (11) BARNES (01) Chapman (9) 47,088* , /10 N at New YorkAL W T1st KELLY (20) Betances (12) KIMBREL (10) 46,899* , /11 N at Toronto L35(12) 2612 T1st Gaviglio (10) JOHNSON (12) 28, , /12 D at Toronto W T1st PRICE (34) Estrada (23) KIMBREL (11) 37, , /13 D at Toronto W T1st VELÁZQUEZ (50) Biagini (02) KELLY (2) 37, , /14 N OAKLAND L nd 0.5 Manaea (54) PORCELLO (51) Treinen (7) 35, /15 N OAKLAND L nd 1.0 Mengden (34) RODRIGUEZ (31) Treinen (8) 34, , /16 N OAKLAND W nd 0.5 SALE (41) Cahill (12) KIMBREL (12) 34, , /17 N BALTIMORE W T1st PRICE (44) Gausman (33) 36, , /18 N BALTIMORE L T1st Cobb (15) POMERANZ (12) Brach (6) 34, , /19 N BALTIMORE W T1st PORCELLO (61) Bundy (26) KIMBREL (13) 34, , /20 D BALTIMORE W T1st RODRIGUEZ (41) Hess (11) 35, ,462 5/21 OFF DAY nd /22 N at Tampa Bay W st +0.5 SALE (51) Faria (33) KIMBREL (14) 10, , /23 N at Tampa Bay W st +1.5 KELLY (30) Colome (25) KIMBREL (15) 10, , /24 N at Tampa Bay L st +1.0 Snell (63) PORCELLO (62) Colome (11) 12, , /25 N ATLANTA W st +1.0 RODRIGUEZ (51) Teheran (42) 37,008* , /26 D ATLANTA W st +2.0 WRIGHT (10) Freeman (12) KIMBREL (16) 36,510* , /27 D ATLANTA L st +1.0 Foltynewicz (43) SALE (52) 36,543* , /28 D TORONTO W st +2.0 PRICE (54) Sanchez (25) 34, , /29 N TORONTO W st +2.0 PORCELLO (72) Estrada (26) KIMBREL (17) 33, , /30 D TORONTO W st +2.0 RODRIGUEZ (61) Gaviglio (21) KIMBREL (18) 33, , /31 N at Houston 58 6/1 N at Houston 59 6/2 N at Houston 60 6/3 N at Houston 6/4 Off Day 61 6/5 N DETROIT 62 6/6 N DETROIT 63 6/7 N DETROIT 64 6/8 N CHICAGOAL 65 6/9 D CHICAGOAL 66 6/10 D CHICAGOAL 67 6/11 N at Baltimore 68 6/12 N at Baltimore 69 6/13 D at Baltimore 70 6/14 N at Seattle 71 6/15 N at Seattle 72 6/16 N at Seattle 73 6/17 D at Seattle 6/18 Off Day 74 6/19 N at Minnesota 75 6/20 N at Minnesota 76 6/21 D at Minnesota 77 6/22 N SEATTLE 78 6/23 N SEATTLE 79 6/24 D SEATTLE 6/25 OFF DAY 80 6/26 N ANAHIEM 81 6/27 N ANAHIEM 82 6/28 N ANAHIEM 83 6/29 N at New YorkAL 84 6/30 N at New YorkAL 85 7/1 N at New YorkAL 86 7/2 N at Washington 87 7/3 N at Washington 88 7/4 D at Washington 7/5 Off Day 89 7/6 N at Kansas City 90 7/7 N at Kansas City 91 7/8 D at Kansas City 92 7/9 N TEXAS 93 7/10 N TEXAS 94 7/11 N TEXAS 95 7/12 N TORONTO 96 7/13 N TORONTO 97 7/14 D TORONTO 98 7/15 D TORONTO 7/16 ALLSTAR BREAK 7/17 ALLSTAR BREAK 7/18 ALLSTAR BREAK 7/19 ALLSTAR BREAK * sellout

7 DAILY HOME ATT. ROAD ATT. GM# DATE D/N OPPONENT SCORE REC. POS. GA/GB WINNING PITCHER LOSING PITCHER SAVE ATT. NO. TOTAL NO. TOTAL 99 7/20 N at Detroit 100 7/21 N at Detroit 101 7/22 D at Detroit 102 7/23 N at Baltimore 103 7/24 N at Baltimore 104 7/25 N at Baltimore 105 7/26 N MINNESOTA 106 7/27 N MINNESOTA 107 7/28 N MINNESOTA 108 7/29 D MINNESOTA 109 7/30 N PHILADELPHIA 110 7/31 N PHILADELPHIA 8/1 OFF DAY 111 8/2 N NEW YORKAL 112 8/3 N NEW YORKAL 113 8/4 D NEW YORKAL 114 8/5 TBD NEW YORKAL 8/6 OFF DAY 115 8/7 N at Toronto 116 8/8 N at Toronto 117 8/9 N at Toronto 118 8/10 N at Baltimore 119 8/11 N at Baltimore 120 8/12 D at Baltimore 8/13 Off Day 121 8/14 N at Philadelphia 122 8/15 N at Philadelphia 8/16 Off Day * sellout DATE Red Sox Game Notes 2018 REGULAR SEASON DAYBYDAY Page 7 TRANSACTION 2018 TRANSACTIONS February 20 OF Bryce Brentz traded to Pirates in exchange for cash considerations. March 11 LHP Jalen Beeks, LHP Williams Jerez, RHP Ty Buttrey and RHP Chandler Shepherd optioned to TripleA Pawtucket...C Austin Rei, INF Michael Chavis, INF Esteban Quiroz, OF Jeremy Barfield, OF Steve Selsky, RHP Kyle Martin, and RHP Fernando Rodriguez Jr. reassigned to minor league camp. March 15 C Óscar Hernández reassigned to minor league camp. March 19 INF Chad De La Guerra reassigned to minor league camp. March 24 INF Deven Marrero traded to the Diamondbacks in exchange for RHP Josh Taylor, completed (5/15)...INF TzuWei Lin and LHP Roenis Elias and Robby Scott optioned to TripleA Pawtucket...C Dan Butler, INF Iván De Jesús Jr., and OF Rusney Castillo and Aneury Tavárez reassigned to minor league camp. March 25 1B Sam Travis optioned to TripleA Pawtucket. March 26 LHP Drew Pomeranz placed on 10day DL...LHP Eduardo Rodriguez placed on 10day DL...RHP Steven Wright placed on 10day DL...RHP Brandon Workman optioned to TripleA Pawtucket...RHP Justin Haley reassigned to minor league camp. March 29 LHP Bobby Poyner and RHP Marcus Walden selected to active ML roster...inf Marco Hernandez placed on 60day DL...RHP Austin Maddox, 2B Dustin Pedroia, and RHP Tyler Thornburg placed on 10day DL. April 8 LHP Eduardo Rodriguez activated from 10day DL...RHP Marcus Walden optioned to TripleA Pawtucket (4/7). April 9 SS Xander Bogaerts placed on 10day DL. April 10 INF TzuWei Lin recalled from TripleA Pawtucket. April 12 LHP Bobby Poyner placed on 10day DL...RHP Marcus Walden recalled from TripleA Pawtucket. April 20 LHP Drew Pomeranz activated from 10day DL...RHP Marcus Walden optioned to TripleA Pawtucket (4/19). April 22 LHP Bobby Poyner activated from 10day DL and optioned to TripleA Pawtucket. April 23 LHP Roenis Elias traded to Mariners in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations. April 26 RHP Joe Kelly suspended for 6 games. April 27 SS Xander Bogaerts activated from 10day DL...INF/OF Brock Holt placed on 10day DL. April 28 RHP Steven Wright activated from 10day DL and placed on restricted list for 15 games. May 2 RHP Joe Kelly reinstated to active ML roster...lhp Eduardo Rodriguez placed on family medical leave list...rhp Marcus Walden recalled from TripleA Pawtucket. May 4 LHP Bobby Poyner recalled from TripleA Pawtucket...RHP Marcus Walden optioned to Pawtucket (5/3). May 5 LHP Eduardo Rodriguez activated from family medical leave list...lhp Bobby Poyner optioned to TripleA Pawtucket (5/4). May 8 INF/OF Brock Holt reinstated from 10day DL and recalled from rehab assignment...inf TzuWei Lin optioned to Pawtucket. May 14 RHP Steven Wright added to active ML roster...rhp Hector Velázquez placed on 10day DL. May 15 RHP Carson Smith placed on 10day DL...LHP Bobby Poyner recalled from TripleA Pawtucket. May 24 RHP Hector Velázquez activated from 10day DL...LHP Bobby Poyner optioned to TripleA Pawtucket (5/23). May 25 2B Dustin Pedroia activated from 10day DL...1B/DH Hanley Ramirez designated for assignment. DISABLED LIST PLAYER INJURY PLACED ON DL (RETRO) REINSTATED GAMES MISSED Drew Pomeranz Left forearm flexor strain March 26 April (162) Eduardo Rodriguez Recovery from right knee surgery March 26 April 8 8 (71) Steven Wright Recovery from left knee surgery March 26 April (197) Marco Hernandez Left shoulder surgery March (3917) Austin Maddox Right shoulder strain March (3917) Dustin Pedroia Recovery from left knee surgery March 29 May (3416) Tyler Thornburg Recovery from right shoulder surgery March (3917) Xander Bogaerts Left ankle injury April 9 April (114) Bobby Poyner Left hamstring strain April 12 April 22 9 (81) Brock Holt Left hamstring injury April 27 May 8 10 (64) Hector Velázquez Low back strain May 14 May 24 9 (63) Carson Smith Right shoulder subluxation May (114) 2018 Totals 12 Players 12 DL stints 328 Games Missed