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1 WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS (8): 1903, 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 2004, 2007, 2013 AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS (14): 1903, 1904, 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 1946, 1967, 1975, 1986, 2004, 2007, 2013, 2018 AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST DIVISION CHAMPIONS (10): 1975, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1995, 2007, 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018 AMERICAN LEAGUE WILD CARD (7): 1998, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, ONE DOWN: The Red Sox earned an 8-4 win over the Dodgers last night in Game 1 of the World Series...The game was tied at 3-3 through 4-and-a-half innings, and the Sox held a 5-4 lead before adding 3 runs in the 7th. 13-2: The Red Sox are 13-2 in their last 15 World Series games, having swept the Cardinals in 2004 and the Rockies in They also went 4-2 against STL in The Yankees are the only other team ever to go 13-2 or better in any 15-game stretch of World Series play (most recently: ). EARLY LEAD: The winner of the Fall Classic opener has gone on to win the World Series 70 times (61.9%), including in 17 of the last 21 years...however, each of the last 2 WS champions lost Game 1 (2016 Cubs, 2017 Astros). 54 teams have taken a 2-0 lead in the World Series, with 43 of those (79.6%) going on to win it all...16 of the last 17 teams to take a 2-0 lead have gone on to win the World Series, including each of the last 10. The Sox have taken a 2-0 lead in the World Series 4 times: 1916 (won), 1986 (lost), 2004 (won), and 2007 (won). SOX & TIES: Of the 59 times a World Series has been tied, 1-1, the winner of Game 2 has gone on to capture the series on 31 occasions (52.5%), including in 2016 (CHC) and 2017 (HOU). The Sox have been tied at 1-1 in the World Series after winning Game 1 on 5 occasions: 1912 (won WS), 1918 (won), 1946 (lost), 1975 (lost), and 2013 (won)...in 2013, the Sox won Game 1 vs. STL at home, then lost Games 2 and 3 before winning the next 3 games. IN A PINCH: Last night, Eduardo Núñez gave the Sox an 8-4 lead in the 7th inning with a pinch-hit, 2-out, 3-run HR...It was the 24th pinch-hit HR in World Series history, the 1st since Hideki Matsui (2009 Game 3 at PHI). The only other Red Sox to hit a pinch-hit HR in the World Series are Bobby Kielty (2007 Game 4) and Bernie Carbo (1975 Games 3 and 6). That 7th-inning at-bat was Núñez s 1st career World Series plate appearance...the only other Red Sox players to homer in their 1st career WS plate appearance are Kielty, Dustin Pedroia (2007), David Ortiz (2004), and Jose Santiago (1967). HAVE WE BENINTRODUCED?: Andrew Benintendi went 4-for-5 with a double, an RBI, and 3 runs scored last night... The only other Red Sox to record 4+ hits in a World Series game are Jacoby Ellsbury (4-for-5, 2007 Game 3 at COL) and Wally Moses (4-for-5, 1946 Game 4 vs. STL). Benintendi is the 1st player ever to record at least 4 hits and score 3+ runs in his 1st career World Series game... He is the 13th player with 4+ hits in a World Series debut. FOREVER AND DEVERS: Rafael Devers, who turns 22 years old today (born 10/24/96), gave the Sox a 5-3 lead last night with an RBI single in the 5th inning...he is the only player in MLB history to record at least 1 RBI in each of his first 8 career postseason starts (previous record: 6). Devers has also tied the MLB record for consecutive postseason starts with an RBI at any point in a player s career (8), joining Lou Gehrig ( ), Alex Rodriguez ( ), and Ryan Howard (2009). Devers went 0-for-5 in his first 2 career postseason games...in 9 playoff games since then, he has posted a.429/.515/.750 batting line (12-for-28, 3 HR, 5 BB) with 12 RBI and 9 runs scored. MOST POSTSEASON RBI BEFORE TURNING 22 Rk. Player Years RBI 1. Andruw Jones Rafael Devers Miguel Cabrera BOSTON RED SOX (1-0) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGERS (0-1) Wednesday, October 24, :09 p.m. ET Fenway Park Boston, MA LHP David Price (1-1, 5.11) vs. LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (1-1, 4.40) World Series Game 2 TV: FOX Radio: WEEI 93.7 FM, ESPN Radio, WCCM 1490 AM (Spanish) HIGH FIVE: The Red Sox have won each of their last 5 postseason games (ALCS Games 2-5, WS Game 1)...The only other years in which they won 5+ consecutive games in a single postseason are 1986 (5 straight), 2004 (8), and 2007 (7). There have been 66 League Championship Series since the best-of-7 format was adopted in The Sox became only the 3rd team in either league to lose Game 1 of an LCS and then win Games 2-5, joining the 2002 Angels (vs. MIN) and 2005 White Sox (vs. LAA)... Both of those teams went on to win the World Series. 97, 98, 99...: Last night, the Red Sox earned their 99th postseason win of all time, passing the Giants for the 4thmost among MLB franchises...the only teams with 100+ postseason wins are the Yankees, Cardinals, and Dodgers. The Sox are all-time in postseason play...they are in 36 postseason series, having gone 7-6 in 13 trips to the ALDS (23-25 in DS play), 6-5 in the ALCS (30-32), and 8-4 in the World Series ( ). The Sox are making their 24th postseason appearance, including their 10th in the last 16 years ( )...This is their 3rd straight playoff appearance, matching the franchise s longest streak (also and ). PRICE CHECK: David Price has made 5 quality starts in his postseason career, most recently throwing 6.0 scoreless innings in the Red Sox AL pennant-clinching win over the Astros in Game 5 of the ALCS (6.0 IP, 0 R, 3 H, 9 SO, 0 BB). Price became only the 3rd Red Sox pitcher ever to throw 6.0+ innings with 0 BB and 0 runs allowed in a postseason start, joining John Lackey (2013 ALCS-G3 at DET) and Josh Beckett (2007 ALDS-G1 vs. LAA). J.D. POWER: Last night, J.D. Martinez recorded an RBI single in the 1st inning and an RBI double in the 3rd...In 10 games this postseason, he has recorded a.343/.444/.571 batting line with 11 RBI (12-for-35, 2 HR, 8 BB, 5 SO). Martinez has reached base multiple times and recorded at least 1 RBI in each of his last 4 postseason games. In each of his last 3 games, Martinez has reached base 3+ times and driven in at least 1 run...the only other Red Sox players with a streak like that are Kevin Youkilis (4 games in 2007) and Manny Ramirez (3 games in 2007). RELIEF CORE: Matt Barnes, Ryan Brasier, Joe Kelly, and Heath Hembree have combined to post a 1.08 ERA and a.143 opponent AVG in the postseason (25.0 IP, 3 ER, 12-for-84, 2 XBH). Sox relievers have posted a 3.40 ERA and held opponents to a.192 AVG this postseason (42.1 IP, 29 H, 16 ER). Beginning with Game 2 of the ALDS, Red Sox relievers have stranded 16 of their last 17 inherited runners. SLUGGING SOX: The Red Sox have averaged 6.4 runs per game in the postseason (10 games, 64 runs), MLB s highest mark of There have been only 4 seasons in which the Sox have averaged 5.0+ runs per postseason game: 2007 (7.1), 1999 (6.8), 2004 (6.4), and 1998 (5.0). The Sox are 8-0 this postseason when scoring the game s 1st run...they have scored multiple runs in the 1st inning 5 times (ALDS-G1, ALCS-G2/3/4, WS-G1). With RISP this postseason, the Sox have recorded a.365/.491/.647 batting line (31-for-85, 13 XBH, 21 BB, 3 HBP)...With RISP and 2 outs, they have posted a.405/.551/.784 line (15-for-37, 7 XBH, 9 BB, 3 HBP). CENTURY SUCCESS: This is the Red Sox 4th World Series appearance in the last 15 years ( ), tied with STL for the most in that time...the Sox 3 World Series titles since 2000 are tied with the Giants (2010, 12, 14) for the most this century. The Sox won 5 of the first 15 World Series played from They also won the AL pennant in 1904, but no World Series was played that year. POSTSEASON BREAKDOWN Home/Road /5-0 Day/Night /7-2 vs. RH/LH starter /4-0 Leading after 6 innings Tied after 6 innings Trailing after 6 innings Leading after 7 innings Tied after 7 innings Trailing after 7 innings Leading after 8 innings Tied after 8 innings Trailing after 8 innings Red Sox score first Opponents score first Come-from-behind wins...2 Shutouts Scoring less than 3 runs Scoring 3 or 4 runs Scoring 5 or more runs Red Sox hit HR/hit 0 HR /1-1 1-run/2-run games /2-0 Walk-offs Extra innings (home/road) /0-0 Game Game Game Game Game Game 6...N/A Game 7...N/A VS. THE DODGERS (REG. SEASON) All-Time In Boston In Los Angeles VS. THE DODGERS (POSTSEASON) All-Time In Boston In Brooklyn In Los Angeles DATE GAME H/R SCORE 10/7/1916 WS-1 H W6-5 10/9/1916 WS-2 H W2-1 10/10/1916 WS-3 R L3-4 10/11/1916 WS-4 R W6-2 10/12/1916 WS-5 H W4-1 10/23/2018 WS-1 H W8-4 WORLD SERIES SCHEDULE AND PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUPS DATE EVENT SITE BOS TIME RED SOX STARTER OPPOSING STARTER TV/Radio Wed., 10/24 Game 2 Fenway Park 8:09 p.m. LHP David Price (1-1, 5.11) LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (1-1, 4.40) FOX/ESPN Radio Fri., 10/26 Game 3 Dodger Stadium 8:09 p.m. TBD RHP Walker Buehler (0-1, 5.40) FOX/ESPN Radio Sat., 10/27 Game 4 Dodger Stadium 8:09 p.m. TBD TBD FOX/ESPN Radio Sun., 10/28 Game 5 Dodger Stadium 8:15 p.m. TBD TBD FOX/ESPN Radio Tue., 10/30 Game 6 Fenway Park 8:09 p.m. TBD TBD FOX/ESPN Radio Wed., 10/31 Game 7 Fenway Park 8:09 p.m. TBD TBD FOX/ESPN Radio Red Sox on the Radio: All postseason games are broadcast in English on WEEI 93.7 FM and network affiliates, and in Spanish on WCCM 1490 AM/103.7 FM. * Special thanks to the Elias Sports Bureau, Baseball-Reference.com, and STATS Inc. * SEASON IN REVIEW The 2018 Boston Red Sox Season in Review book is available for download at pressroom.redsox.com (under Media Guides ) and at RED SOX POSTSEASON TEAM LEADERS Batting AVG (min. 20 AB)...Devers (.364) Hits...Benintendi (13) XBH...Benintendi/Bradley/Martinez (4) 2B...Benintendi (4) HR...Bradley/Martinez (2) RBI...Martinez (11) Runs...Benintendi (12) SB...Benintendi (2) BB...Martinez (8) Pitching ERA (min. 5.0 IP)...Brasier (1.17) Wins... Barnes/Eovaldi (2) Innings... Eovaldi (15.1) Appearances...Barnes/Brasier (8) Starts... Price/Sale (3) Strikeouts... Sale (21) RED SOX POSTSEASON MVP AWARDS Series Player 2018 ALCS...Jackie Bradley Jr WS... David Ortiz 2013 ALCS...Koji Uehara 2007 WS...Mike Lowell 2007 ALCS... Josh Beckett 2004 WS... Manny Ramirez 2004 ALCS... David Ortiz 1986 ALCS...Marty Barrett

2 Red Sox Game Notes RED SOX NOTES (CONTINUED) Page 2 RING BEARER: The only member of the Red Sox active roster to win a World Series title is Xander Bogaerts...He started all 6 games of the 2013 Fall Classic at 3B, all at the age of 21. WORLD STAGE: The Red Sox are making their 13th World Series appearance, having gone 8-4 in the previous They won championships in 1903, 1912, , 1918, 2004, 2007, and They lost in 7 games in each of their other 4 appearances (1946, 1967, 1975, 1986). The Sox are (.622) in the Fall Classic, marking MLB s highest win % among teams that have played in at least 3 World Series...Among all teams, only the Blue Jays (.667, 8-4) have a higher World Series win %. MOST WORLD SERIES TITLES IN MLB HISTORY Franchise WS NY Yankees STL Cardinals PHI/KC/OAK Athletics... 9 Franchise WS BOS Red Sox...8 NY/SF Giants... 8 BRO/LA Dodgers...6 CHASING 119: Between the regular season (108-54) and postseason (8-2), the Red Sox have won 116 games...only 4 other teams have reached that total: 1998 Yankees (125), 2001 Mariners (120), 1906 Cubs (118), 1986 Mets (116). The Sox defeated the Yankees (100-62) in the ALDS and the Astros (103-59) in the ALCS...Only 5 other teams have ever defeated multiple 100-win clubs in a single postseason: 2004 Red Sox, 2003 Marlins, 2001 Yankees, 1998 Padres, and 1988 Dodgers. HOME, SWEET HOME: The Red Sox are in the World Series at home, including at Fenway Park (1912, 1918-present), 5-0 at Braves Field ( ), and 2-2 at Huntington Avenue Grounds (1903)...They have won 8 of their last 9 home games in the Fall Classic. COAST TO COAST: The distance between Fenway Park and Dodger Stadium (approx. 2,588 miles) is the longest ever between any 2 venues of World Series opponents. This is the 1st time the Sox will have to travel to the West Coast for a World Series...Prior to 2018, their longest trip for a Fall Classic was to Colorado in LONGEST DISTANCE BETWEEN WORLD SERIES BALLPARKS Year Ballpark 1 (Club) Ballpark 2 (Club) Miles 2018 Fenway Park (BOS) Dodger Stadium (LAD) 2, Yankee Stadium (NYY) Candlestick Park (SF) 2, Shea Stadium (NYM) Oakland Coliseum (OAK) 2,563 *Source: Google Maps HISTORY LESSON: The 2018 World Series will be played at the oldest active MLB ballpark (Fenway Park, opened in 1912) and the 3rd-oldest active ballpark (Dodger Stadium, opened in 1962)...The only other ballpark older than Dodger Stadium is Wrigley Field (opened in 1914). Fenway Park has hosted 32 World Series games, including 2 for the Boston Braves in There have been 24 World Series games played at Dodger Stadium. NATIONAL AFFAIR: The Red Sox went 16-4 vs. NL teams in They are 37-9 (.804) in their last 46 Interleague games, including 27-5 (.844) in their last 32...The Sox are unbeaten in their last 13 series vs. NL teams (10-0-3). The Sox are in their last 16 home series against NL clubs (last loss: 2014 vs. CHC)...They are 21-4 (.840) in their last 25 Interleague games at Fenway Park. LEAD THE WAY: Alex Cora became the 3rd individual in the Expansion Era (1961-present) to lead a team to the World Series in his 1st season as an MLB manager, joining Bob Brenly (2001 D-Backs) and Ralph Houk (1961 Yankees)... Both of those clubs went on to win the series. Only 4 people have won the World Series in their 1st season as an MLB manager: Brenly, Houk, Eddie Dyer (1946 Cardinals), and Bucky Harris (1924 Senators). Cora is the 6th manager to lead the Red Sox to the World Series in his 1st season with the club, joining Jake Stahl (1912), Ed Barrow (1918), Dick Williams (1967), Terry Francona (2004), and John Farrell (2013). ALUMNI RELATIONS: This is the 1st time both managers in the World Series played for both teams (source: Elias)... Alex Cora appeared in 684 games with LAD ( ) and 301 games with BOS ( )...Dave Roberts played in 302 games for LAD ( ) and 45 for BOS (2004). Cora and Roberts were teammates with LAD in 2004, appearing in the same starting lineup 52 times. UPGRADES: Red Sox President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski acquired Steve Pearce from TOR on 6/28, Nathan Eovaldi from TB on 7/25, and Ian Kinsler from LAA on 7/30...This postseason, Eovaldi is 2-0 with a 1.76 ERA (3 ER/15.1 IP), Pearce has a.382 OBP with 8 runs scored and 1 HR, and Kinsler has 3 doubles, 2 RBI, and 4 runs scored. In Dombrowski s first 3 full seasons with BOS ( ), the Red Sox have won 3 AL East titles and posted MLB s highest regular-season winning percentage (.605, )...The only other teams to qualify for the postseason in each of the last 3 years are CLE, CHC, and LAD. ROAD WARRIORS: The Red Sox are 5-0 on the road in the postseason, having out-scored the Yankees and Astros by a combined margin away from Fenway Park...Prior to facing the Sox, HOU and NYY had been a combined 17-1 in home playoff games in 2017 and This is the Sox longest road winning streak in postseason history...they are 1 of only 7 teams ever to win 5+ consecutive road games in a single postseason (1st since the 2014 Royals)...The only teams to win as many as 6 straight road games in a single postseason are the 2005 White Sox (went 6-0) and 1996 Yankees (went 8-0), who both went on to win the World Series. STARTED FROM THE BOTTOM: The Red Sox became the 11th team in MLB history to hit 3+ HR from the No. 9 spot in the batting order in a single postseason (Bradley-2, Vázquez-1)...The record for most HR from the No. 9 spot in a single postseason is 4 (2002 Angels, 2014 Royals, 2016 Cubs). In the ALCS, Jackie Bradley Jr. became the 1st player in MLB history to have 3 straight multi-rbi games in the postseason from the No. 8 or 9 spots in the batting order. HOW WE GOT HERE: The Red Sox defeated NYY in the ALDS, 3 games to 1...The Sox had 18 hits in a 16-1 win in Game 3, the largest margin of victory by a road team in postseason history. In the ALCS vs. HOU, the Red Sox hit 5 HR and averaged 5.8 runs per game...in the regular season, Astros pitchers led the majors in ERA (3.11), WHIP (1.10), opponent AVG (.217), and SO/9.0 IP (10.44). RED SOX POSTSEASON APPEARANCES All-Time At Home At Fenway Park On Road YEAR END MANAGER 1903 WS Jimmy Collins 1912 WS Jake Stahl 1915 WS Bill Carrigan 1916 WS Bill Carrigan 1918 WS Ed Barrow 1946 WS Joe Cronin 1967 WS Dick Williams 1975* WS Darrell Johnson 1986* WS John McNamara 1988* ALCS John McNamara/ Joe Morgan 1990* ALCS Joe Morgan 1995* ALDS Kevin Kennedy 1998 ALDS Jimy Williams 1999 ALCS Jimy Williams 2003 ALCS Grady Little 2004 WS Terry Francona 2005 ALDS Terry Francona 2007* WS Terry Francona 2008 ALCS Terry Francona 2009 ALDS Terry Francona 2013* WS John Farrell 2016* ALDS John Farrell 2017* ALDS John Farrell 2018* --- Alex Cora *AL East Champions Bold - Won WS REGULAR SEASON BREAKDOWN AL East Standing...1st, +8.0 Home/Road /51-30 Day/Night /72-44 March/April/May/June /19-6/18-11/17-10 July/August/September /18-9/15-11 vs. AL East vs. AL Central vs. AL West vs. National League vs. RH/LH starter /21-16 Leading after 6 innings Tied after 6 innings Trailing after 6 innings Leading after 7 innings Tied after 7 innings Trailing after 7 innings Leading after 8 innings Tied after 8 innings Trailing after 8 innings Red Sox score first Opponents score first Come-from-behind wins...47 Shutouts Scoring less than 3 runs Scoring 3 or 4 runs Scoring 5 or more runs Red Sox hit HR/hit 0 HR / run/2-run games /17-7 Walk-offs Extra innings (home/road) /3-4 Series openers/finales /37-15 Series W-L-T (home) Series W-L-T (road) Series W-L-T (total) Series sweeps (home/road) /7-1 RED SOX 2018 ALDS PITCHER ERA IP H R ER BB SO Barnes Brasier Eovaldi Hembree Kelly Kimbrel Porcello Price Rodriguez Sale Workman RED SOX 2018 ALCS PITCHER ERA IP H R ER BB SO Barnes Brasier Eovaldi Hembree Kelly Kimbrel Porcello Price Rodriguez Sale Workman RED SOX 2018 WORLD SERIES PITCHER ERA IP H R ER BB SO Barnes Brasier Eovaldi Hembree Kelly Kimbrel Pomeranz Porcello Price Rodriguez Sale RED SOX 2018 ALDS PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI BB Benintendi Betts Bogaerts Bradley Jr Devers Holt Kinsler Leon Martinez Moreland Núñez Pearce Swihart Vázquez RED SOX 2018 ALCS PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI BB Benintendi Betts Bogaerts Bradley Jr Devers Holt Kinsler Leon Martinez Moreland Núñez Pearce Swihart Vázquez RED SOX 2018 WORLD SERIES PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI BB Benintendi Betts Bogaerts Bradley Jr Devers Holt Kinsler Leon Martinez Moreland Núñez Pearce Swihart Vázquez

3 24-DAVID PRICE, LHP TONIGHT S STARTING PITCHER Red Sox Game Notes Page 2 W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG CAREER POST CAREER POST WORLD SERIES: Made 2 relief outings during the 2008 World Series for TB against PHI...Allowed 1 ER over 2.1 IP in Game 2 at Tropicana Field and 0 runs over 1.0 IP in Game 5 at Citizens Bank Park POSTSEASON: Became the 1st Red Sox ever with 6.0+ scoreless IP in a potential LCS-clinching game during Game 5 at HOU (W, 6.0 IP, 3 H, 9 SO)...Was the 1st ML pitcher with such a start on the road since Scott Kazmir for TB in Game 5 of the 2008 ALCS at BOS (6.0 IP). Is 1 of 5 Red Sox with 6.0+ scoreless IP in a potential postseason clinching game, and the 1st since Jon Lester in Game 4 of the 2008 ALDS at Fenway Park (3-2 Red Sox win). Prior to Price, the last ML pitcher with 6.0+ scoreless IP and 0 BB on the road in the League Championship Series or World Series was Ralph Terry for NYY in Game 7 of the 1962 World Series at SF. Started BOS 7-5 win in Game 2 of the ALCS vs. HOU (ND, 4.2 IP, 5 H, 4 R, 4 BB, 4 SO). Suffered the loss in Game 2 of the ALDS vs. NYY (1.2 IP, 3 H, 3 R, 2 HR, 2 BB) HIGHLIGHTS: The Red Sox were 22-8 in his starts, including 19-4 from 5/12 through the remainder of the season...the club won 13 of his 16 starts at Fenway Park. Held a 5.11 ERA through his fi rst 7 starts...went 14-3 with a 3.17 ERA (49 ER/139.0 IP) over his fi nal 23...Surrendered 3 runs or fewer in 20 of those 23 outings. Ranked among AL leaders in wins (T-7th, 16), WHIP (8th, 1.14), ERA (11th, 3.58), opponent AVG (11th,.230), opponent OPS (12th,.691), SO/BB ratio (13th, 3.54), and BB/9.0 IP ratio (13th, 2.56). Allowed 2 ER or fewer in 18 of his starts, including either 1 or 0 ER in 11. Made 6 scoreless starts of 6.0+ IP, tied for the 3rd-most in the AL (Verlander-9, Kluber-8, Sale-6, Eovaldi-6, Bauer-6). Went 6-1 with a 2.25 ERA (17 ER/68.0 IP) in 11 starts after the All-Star Break...Allowed 3 ER or fewer in 10 and 2 ER or fewer in , 5.11 ERA, 3 starts REGULAR SEASON SINGLE-GAME HIGHS , 5/17 vs. BAL 9, 2x, last 7/1 at NYY 9, 5/3 at TEX 8, 7/1 at NYY 4, 4x, last 9/19 at NYY 10, 2x, last 9/7 vs. HOU 5, 7/1 at NYY 1, 5/17 vs. BAL - 6, 2x, last 7/12-9/12 3, 4/22-5/3 2, last 9/7 vs. HOU (10) , 2.98 ERA, 16 GS 7-5, 4.31 ERA, 14 GS.230 ( ), 25 HR.210 (22-105), 4 HR.234 ( ), 21 HR 1.14 CAREER IP 9.0, 14x, last 5/17/18 vs. BAL H 13, 5/8/15 vs. KC R 10, 6/23/09 vs. PHI ER 8, 5x, last 7/1/18 at NYY BB 6, 6/11/09 vs. LAA SO 14, 2x, last 4/26/16 at ATL HR 5, 7/1/18 at NYY CG 17, last 5/17/18 vs. BAL SHO 3, last 6/12/15 vs. CLE WIN STREAK 9, 9/5/15-5/1/16 LOSS STREAK 3, 5x, 4/22-5/3/ SO G 38, last 9/7/18 vs. HOU (10) REGULAR SEASON SPLITS HOME ROAD OPP. AVG VS. LHB VS. RHB WHIP CAREER 65-38, 3.06 ERA, 147 G, 143 GS 78-37, 3.45 ERA, 152 G, 146 GS.236 ( ), 192 HR.226 ( ), 31 HR.239 ( ), 161 HR 1.14 Among AL pitchers with IP after the break, ranked 2nd in ERA and opponent OPS (.586), 3rd in WHIP (0.97), and 4th in opponent AVG (.200). VS. THE DODGERS: Has made 2 career starts vs. LAD, both at Dodger Stadium...Allowed 1 unearned run over 7.0 IP on 8/9/13 with TB and 3 ER (6 R) over 5.0 IP on 8/7/16 with BOS. Is 6-2 with a 3.10 ERA (28 ER/81.1 IP) in 13 Interleague outings (12 starts) since the beginning of Allowed 3 ER or fewer in each of those starts. AT FENWAY PARK: Went 9-2 with a 2.98 ERA (32 ER/96.2 IP) in 16 starts at Fenway Park during Allowed 3 runs or fewer in his last 13 home starts (9-0, 2.49 ERA, 23 ER/83.0 IP)...Marks the longest streak by a Red Sox since Pedro Martinez in (18) and longest by a Sox lefty since Babe Ruth in 1916 (16) POSTSEASON GAME LOG VS. LAD W-L ERA G GS IP H ER HR BB SO CAREER at FENWAY DATE SCORE OPP DEC SCORE WHEN LEFT IP H R ER BB SO HR PIT/STRIKES NOTES 10/6 L2-6 NYY L /24 Shortest career postseason start 10/14 W7-5 HOU /50 Was 1 out shy of qualifying for the win 10/18 W4-1 at HOU W /65 Price s 1st careerpostseason win in BOS ALCS-clinching victory 2018 REGULAR SEASON GAME LOG DATE SCORE OPP DEC SCORE WHEN LEFT IP H R ER BB SO HR PIT/STRIKES NOTES 3/30 W1-0 at TB W /55 2nd start with 7.0+ IP & 76 or fewer pitches (7/2/13 with TB) 4/5 W3-2 TB /56 Career-long-tying 2nd straight start with 7.0+ IP and 0 runs 4/11 L7-10 NYY L /16 Shortest career start 4/17 W10-1 at LAA W /49 2nd consecutive road start with 1 or 0 R 4/22 L1-4 at OAK L /68 Allowed a 3-run HR to his last batter faced, Khris Davis 4/28 L6-12 TB L /56 1st home start with 6+ R allowed since 5/1/16 vs. NYY (6) 5/3 L5-11 at TEX L /54 3rd career start with 9+ R allowed, last 5/4/13 with TB at COL (9) 5/12 W5-2 at TOR W /55 Snapped a career-long-tying 3-decision losing streak 5/17 W6-2 BAL W /69 17th career complete game; came within 1 strike of a shutout 5/23 W3-1 at TB /56 Season-high 9 SO 5/28 W8-3 ATL W /57 3rd straight win, longest streak since 2017 (3, 6/29-7/16) 6/2 W5-4 at HOU W /63 Threw 100+ pitches for the 1st time since 7/22/17 at LAA (102) 6/9 W4-2 CWS W /56 Tossed 6.0 scoreless IP after the fi rst 2 BF scored with 0 outs 6/14 W-2-1 at SEA W /73 3rd start of 2018 with 0 BB over 7.0+ IP, 46th career 6/20 L1-4 at MIN L /60 Snapped a 6-decision winning streak; BOS was 7-0 in that span 6/26 W9-1 LAA W /60 Lone run came on solo HR (Chris Young, 3rd inning) 7/1 L1-11 at NYY L /51 Career-high 5 HR; career-high-tying 8 ER (5th time) 7/7 W15-4 at KC /69 Season-high-tying 9 SO (also 5/23 at TB) 7/12 W6-4 TOR W /76 Longest outing at Fenway since 5/17 vs. BAL (9.0 IP) 7/20 W1-0 at DET W /65 3rd scoreless start in 2018, 1st since 3/30 at TB, 4/5 vs. TB 7/30 W2-1 PHI /66 Longest start with 1 or 0 R since 7/16/17 (G2) vs. NYY (8.0) 8/5 W5-4 NYY /65 Held NYY scoreless through 6.0 IP, 2 inherited runs in 7th 8/11 W5-0 at BAL W /68 1st double-digit SO effort since 7/10/16 vs. TB (10, 8.0 IP) 8/18 W5-2 TB W /72 5th consecutive start with 2 ER or fewer allowed 8/23 W7-0 CLE W /68 Longest scoreless start since 7/16/17 vs. NYY (G2, 8.0 IP) 8/29 W14-6 MIA /37 Exited after 3.0 IP after being hit by a line drive (left wrist) 9/7 L3-6 HOU /57 2nd double-digit SO effort this season (also 8/11 at BAL) 9/12 W1-0 TOR W /63 3rd start w/99 pitches or fewer over 7.0+ scoreless IP in /19 L1-10 at NYY L /59 Snapped a season-high-tying 6-decision winning streak 9/26 (G1) W19-3 BAL W /57 Surrendered all 3 runs in the 2nd inning DODGERS CAREER VS. PRICE PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Barnes Bellinger Dozier Freese Grandal Hernández Kemp Machado Muncy Pederson Puig Taylor Turner RED SOX CAREER vs. RYU PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Benintendi Betts Bogaerts Bradley Jr Devers Holt Kinsler Leon Martinez Moreland Núñez Pearce Swihart Vázquez REGULAR SEASON STARTING PITCHERS BREAKDOWN QUALITY SOX STARTER GS STARTS RS/IP RSA REC. Sale / Price / Porcello / Velázquez / Johnson / Rodriguez / Pomeranz / Wright / Beeks 1 0 1/ Eovaldi / Cuevas 1 0 0/

4 Red Sox Game Notes BATTING NOTES Page ANDREW BENINTENDI, OF.302 AVG 0 HR 5 RBI.362 OBP.395 SLG vs. RHP: 6-29 (.207), 0 HR WS GM 1: 4-5, 3 R, 2B, RBI 2018 POSTSEASON: 13-43, 12 R, 4 2B, 5 RBI, 3 BB, HBP, 2 SB 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 10 G (7/31-8/11) vs. LHP: 7-14 (.500), 0 HR 2018 ALCS: 5-24, 4 R, RBI POSTSEASON STREAK: 3 G (2x, last 10/14-17/18) Last night, became the 3rd hitter in Red Sox history with 4 hits in a World Series game, joining Jacoby Ellsbury (2007 Game 3) and Wally Moses (1946 Game 4). Became the first hitter in ML history with 3+ runs and 4+ hits in his World Series debut...was the first Red Sox hitter ever with those totals in a World Series game. Postseason career:.294/.342/.456, 17 G, 20-for-68, 15 R, 5 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 4 BB, 2 SB...Homered in his first career postseason AB in Stole 2 bases in the ALDS, and is the 3rd-youngest Red Sox player ever to steal a base in the postseason, after Jacoby Ellsbury (2 SB in 2007) and Rafael Devers. Set career highs this season with 103 runs scored, 168 hits, 41 2B, 6 3B, 21 stolen bases, 71 BB, 63 XBH, 269 TB, and 3.9 bwar...improved his.271/.352/.424/.776 batting line from 2017 to.290/.366/.465/.830 in Ranked in the top 20 in the AL in runs (6th), AVG (15th), OBP (12th), OPS (18th), doubles (T-9th), triples (T-8th), RBI (16th, 87), BB (T-11th), and XBH (16th) MOOKIE BETTS, OF.209 AVG 0 HR 3 RBI.306 OBP.279 SLG vs. RHP: 5-29 (.172), 0 HR WS GM 1: 1-4, 2 R, BB, SB 2018 POSTSEASON: 9-43, 10 R, 3 2B, 3 RBI, 5 BB, HBP, SB 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 12 (7/2-14) vs. LHP: 4-14 (.286), 0 HR 2018 ALCS: 5-23, 5 R, 2 2B, RBI, BB, HBP POSTSEASON STREAK: 7 G (10/7/16-10/5/18) Led the majors with 10.9 WAR this season according to Baseball-Reference, the highest mark for any position player since Barry Bonds in 2002 (11.8) and the 3rd-highest by a position player in Red Sox history, trailing only Carl Yastrzemski in 1967 (12.5) and Ted Williams in 1946 (10.9). Has played 3 career regular season games vs. the Dodgers (8/5-7/16 at LAD), going 6-for-12 (.500) with 1 HR, 3 RBI, BB, SB, and a OPS. Among active hitters in Interleague games, ranks 6th in AVG (.323), 5th in SLG (.565), and 3rd in OPS (.950)...Has hit.343/.366/.567 in 16 games vs. the NL West. Also led the majors with a.346 AVG and.640 SLG and ranked 2nd in OBP (.438), OPS (1.078), and XBH (84)...Tied for the ML lead with 129 runs. Became the 1st Sox player to win the AL batting title since Bill Mueller in 2003 (.326), and the 1st to lead the majors in AVG since Wade Boggs in 1988 (.366). Postseason career:.232/.321/.319, 17 G, 16-for-69, 13 runs, 6 2B, 3 RBI, 8 BB/13 SO, 2 SB...Has started all 17 Red Sox playoff games since XANDER BOGAERTS, SS.256 AVG 1 HR 6 RBI.333 OBP.359 SLG vs. RHP: 9-31 (.290), 1 HR WS GM 1: 0-3, RBI, BB 2018 POSTSEASON: 10-39, 3 R, 2B, HR, 6 RBI, 5 BB, SF 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 9 G (6/17-28) vs. LHP: 1-8 (.125), 0 HR 2018 ALCS: 5-19, R, 2B, 3 RBI, 3 BB POSTSEASON STREAK: 9 G (10/9/17-0/17/18) Won a World Series with BOS in his first major league season in Selected to Boston s active roster on 8/19/13 and played just 18 regular season games. Started all 6 games of the 2013 World Series at 3B...In Game 3, became the 3rd-youngest hitter to triple in the WS (Ty Cobb in 1907, Mickey Mantle in 1952). Snapped a 9-game playoff hit streak in ALCS Game 5 (.314/11-for-35, 5 R, 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI)...Was the only player this postseason to hit in his club's first 8 games. In his last 15 games dating back to 9/23 at CLE, has 14 RBI and a.309/.400/.527/.927 batting line (17-for-55, 7 R, 3 2B, 3 HR). In 136 games this season, hit.288 (148-for-513) and set career highs in HR (23), RBI (103), doubles (45), XBH (71), OBP (.360), SLG (.522), and OPS (.883). Postseason career:.232/.312/.358, 29 G, 22-for-95, 15 R, 4 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 12 BB JACKIE BRADLEY JR., OF.161 AVG 2 HR 9 RBI.333 OBP.419 SLG vs. RHP: 5-22 (.227), 2 HR WS GM 1: POSTSEASON: 5-31, 5 R, 2 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 5 BB, SB 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 7 G (2x, last 9/19-30) vs. LHP: 0-9 (.000), 0 HR 2018 ALCS: 3-15, 3 R, 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 4 BB, HBP POSTSEASON STREAK: 3 G (10/14-17/18) Named ALCS MVP after hitting a game-winning 3-run 2B in Game 2, a grand slam in Game 3, and a game-winning 2-run HR in Game 4. His 9 RBI in the ALCS, all with 2 outs, were the 3rd-most ever by a Red Sox hitter in an ALCS (David Ortiz-11 in 2004, Manny Ramirez-10 in 2007). Became the 4th BOS hitter to drive in 2+ runs in 3 straight playoff games, joining Manny Ramirez (2004 DS), John Valentin (1999 DS), and Nomar Garciaparra (1998 DS). Was the 6th grand slam in BOS postseason history, first since Shane Victorino in 2013 (ALCS Game 6 vs. DET)...Was Bradley's 2nd career grand slam (5/9/16 vs. OAK). Is just the 2nd ML hitter in postseason history with a 3-run 2B and a grand slam in the same postseason (also Shane Victorino with BOS in 2013). Became the first position player ever to hit a grand slam in a postseason game as his team's starting number 9 hitter. Reached base in all 16 Interleague games with a PA this season, batting.296/.371/ has reached in his last 18 regular season Interleague games with a PA. Postseason career:.161/.277/.357, 17 G, 9-for-56, 6 R, 2 2B, 3 HR, 14 RBI...Including the postseason, the Sox are 39-3 when he has recorded at least 1 RBI RAFAEL DEVERS, 3B.364 AVG 1 HR 8 RBI.440 OBP.500 SLG vs. RHP: 7-19 (.368), 0 HR WS GM 1: 1-2, RBI, BB 2018 POSTSEASON: 8-22, 6 R, HR, 8 RBI, 3 BB, SB 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 10 G (6/6-15) vs. LHP: 1-3 (.333), 0 HR 2018 ALCS: 5-13, 4 R, HR, 6 RBI, 2 BB POSTSEASON STREAK: 6 G (10/8/18-pres.) Has reached base in 11 of 25 PA this postseason, batting.364 (8-for-22) with 6 R and 8 RBI...Hit a 3-run HR in ALCS Game 5. Has driven in at least 1 run in all 8 career postseason starts (.379/11-for-29, 8 R, 3 HR, 13 RBI, OPS)...His 8 straight playoff starts with an RBI are tied for a ML record, matching Alex Rodriguez (10/8/07-10/20/09), Ryan Howard (10/7-19/09), and Lou Gehrig (10/4/28-10/2/32). Turns 22 today...his 13 career postseason RBI are the 2nd-most by any hitter before his 22nd birthday, trailing only Andruw Jones' 14...The only other hitters with 3+ playoff HR before turning 22 are Mickey Mantle (4), Bryce Harper (4), Miguel Cabrera (4), and Jones (4). Postseason career:.364/.436/.636, 11 G, 12-for-33, 9 R, 3 HR, 13 RBI, 5 BB, SB...In 2017, became the youngest Red Sox hitter ever with a postseason HR. His HR in ALCS Game 5 was his 3rd career playoff HR...Hit a game-winning 2-run HR in Game 3 of the 2017 ALDS and an inside-the-park HR in the bottom of the 9th in Game 4...Was the 17th inside-the-park HR in postseason history, 3rd by a Red Sox hitter (Patsy Dougherty, 1903 WS G2; Larry Gardner, 1916 WS-G4) BROCK HOLT, OF/INF.333 AVG 1 HR 6 RBI.412 OBP.733 SLG vs. RHP: 3-13 (.231), 1 HR WS GM 1: DNP 2018 POSTSEASON: 5-15, 4 R, 2B, 3B, HR, 6 RBI, BB, HBP 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 11 G (9/15-30) vs. LHP: 2-2 (1.000), 0 HR 2018 ALCS: 1-9, R, RBI, BB, HBP POSTSEASON STREAK: 2 G (10/6-7/16) Hit for the first cycle in MLB postseason history in Game 2 of the ALDS, homering with 2 outs in the 9th...Was his 2nd career cycle (also 6/16/15 vs. ATL), making him the 2nd hitter in Sox history to hit for the cycle twice (also Bobby Doerr)...Drove in a career-high-tying 5 runs, becoming the 9th Sox hitter with 5+ RBI in a playoff game. Postseason career:.360/.407/.760/1.167, 9 G, 9-for-25, 5 R, 2 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 7 RBI...Has 6 RBI in 4 games with an AB this postseason. Has 5 HR and 18 RBI in his last 19 games, batting.393/.460/.768/1.228 (14 R, 4 2B, 3B)...Snapped a career-high-tying 12-game hitting streak in ALCS Game 1. Played 109 games for the Red Sox this season...set career highs with a.362 OBP,.411 SLG, and.774 OPS and tied a career high with 7 HR (also 2016). Went 5-for-13 (.385) as a PH with 2 2B, 1 3B, and both of the Red Sox' 2 pinch-hit HR...According to Elias, became the fi rst player in Red Sox history with multiple go-ahead pinch-hit HR in a single season...his SLG and OPS as a PH were the highest by a Red Sox hitter in a single season since LAST HOME RUN MULTI-HIT GAMES in 2018 MULTI-RBI GAMES in 2018 PLAYER DATE, OPP. PITCHER AB SINCE 2H 3H 4H 5H TOTAL 2RBI 3RBI 4RBI 5RBI 6+RBI TOTAL Benintendi 8/31/18 at CWS Minaya Betts 9/24/18 vs. BAL Bundy Bogaerts 10/6/18 vs. NYY Tanaka Bradley Jr. 10/17/18 at HOU James Devers 10/18/18 at HOU Verlander Holt 10/8/18 at NYY Romine Kinsler 9/1/18 at CWS Burr Leon 8/14/18 vs. PHI Pivetta Martinez 10/18/18 at HOU Verlander Moreland 8/22/18 vs. CLE Otero Núñez 10/23/18 vs. LAD Wood Pearce 10/16/18 at HOU Smith Swihart 9/26/18 vs. BAL G1 Carroll Vázquez 10/9/18 at NYY Britton ** - Includes regular and postseason

5 Red Sox Game Notes BATTING NOTES (CONTINUED) Page IAN KINSLER, 2B.214 AVG 0 HR 2 RBI.241 OBP.321 SLG vs. RHP: 4-16 (.250), 0 HR WS GM 1: POSTSEASON: 6-28, 4 R, 3 2B, 2 RBI, BB, SB 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 7 G (7/12-22) vs. LHP: 2-12 (.167), 0 HR 2018 ALCS: 2-11, R, 2B POSTSEASON STREAK: 6 (2x, last 10/11-20/11) Started all 12 games of the 2010 and 2011 World Series with TEX...Hit.293 (12-for-41) with a.431 OBP, including a.360/.500/.400 batting line in 7 games in Postseason career:.278/.376/.426, 46 G, 45-for-162, 22 R, 10 2B, 3B, 4 HR, 22 RBI, 7 SB...Has 4 runs, 3 2B, and 2 RBI in 9 postseason games this year. Has a.292/.357/.459 career Interleague batting line (233 games)...after joining BOS this season, went 12-for-32 (.375) with 7 RBI in 9 Interleague contests. 63- SANDY LEON, C.182 AVG 0 HR 0 RBI.182 OBP.182 SLG vs. RHP: 0-6 (.000), 0 HR WS GM 1: POSTSEASON: 2-11, R 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 5 G (5/14-24) vs. LHP: 2-5 (.400), 0 HR 2018 ALCS: 0-2, R POSTSEASON STREAK: 2 G (10/5-8/17) Singled twice yesterday, his 3rd career multi-hit game in the postseason...became the first Red Sox catcher ever with multiple hits in his World Series debut. Postseason career:.241/.267/.345, 13 G, 7-for-29, 2 R, HR, 3 RBI...Went 4-for-8 with 2 RBI in last year's ALDS, going 2-for-4 with an RBI in Game 1 and in Game 3. The Red Sox went (.705) in his starts, (.730) when he recorded at least 1 hit, 5-0 when he hit a HR, and 13-2 (.867) when he drove in a run J.D. MARTINEZ, OF/DH.343 AVG 2 HR 11 RBI.444 OBP.571 SLG vs. RHP: 6-24 (.250), 1 HR WS GM 1: 2-3, R, 2B, 2 RBI, BB 2018 POSTSEASON: 12-35, 5 R, 2 2B, 2 HR, 11 RBI, 8 BB, 2 SF 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 12 G (4/29-5/11) vs. LHP: 6-11 (.545), 1 HR 2018 ALCS: 5-18, 3 R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 4 BB POSTSEASON STREAK: 4 G (2x, last 10/16/18-pres.) Leads the AL this postseason with 11 RBI, including an ML-best 3 game-winners...hit his 2nd HR of the postseason in ALCS Game 5, a game-winning HR. Has hit safely with at least 1 RBI and 1 BB in each of the Red Sox' last 4 games, including 3 straight multi-hit games...in postseason history, the only other hitters with at least 1 hit, RBI, and BB in 4 straight games are Manny Ramirez (twice, 2007 & 2008), Ivan Rodriguez (2003), and Lou Gehrig ( ). Has a.579 career SLG and.928 OPS in 20 career regular season games vs. LAD...Hit 4 HR on 9/4/17 at LAD...In the 2017 NLDS vs. LAD, went 4-for-11 (.364) with a HR. Postseason career:.306/.384/.597, 17 G, 19-for-62, 9 R, 3 2B, 5 HR, 17 RBI...This postseason, has hit.343/.444/.571 with 11 RBI over 10 games. The Red Sox are 37-5 (.881) when he homers this year and (.870) when he drives in at least 1 run (including 7-0 in the postseason) MITCH MORELAND, 1B.400 AVG 0 HR 2 RBI.500 OBP.500 SLG vs. RHP: 4-10 (.400), 0 HR WS GM 1: POSTSEASON: 4-10, 2 R, 2B, 2 RBI, BB, HBP 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 9 G (4/8-22) vs. LHP: 0-0 (---), 0 HR 2018 ALCS: 3-6, R, 2B, 2 RBI, BB, HBP POSTSEASON STREAK: 8 G (10/20/10-10/1/11) Made the World Series with TEX in 2010 and 2011, batting.304/.360/.609 with 2 HR in 8 games...hit.462/.533/.769 as a rookie in the 2010 World Series. Has reached in 6 of 12 PA this postseason, including in pinch-hit PA in Games 1, 2, and 3...Since 2014, has hit.375/.478/.500 as a PH, including the playoffs. Became the first Red Sox hitter in postseason history to reach safely in 3 straight games as a PH (ALCS Games 1, 2, and 3). Has reached base in 17 of his last 35 overall PA, going 9-for-27 (.333) with 3 2B...Has hit.333 (15-for-45) with a.988 OPS as a sub since joining the Red Sox. Postseason career:.250/.328/.400, 45 G, 30-for-120, 14 R, 9 2B, 3 HR, 15 RBI...Has reached in 5 of 9 career postseason pinch-hit PA (3-for-7, BB, HBP) EDUARDO NÚÑEZ, INF.235 AVG 1 HR 4 RBI.316 OBP.471 SLG vs. RHP: 1-9 (.111), 0 HR WS GM 1: 1-1, R, HR, 3 RBI 2018 POSTSEASON: 4-17, R, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 2 BB 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 8 G (6/16-29) vs. LHP: 3-8 (.375), 1 HR 2018 ALCS: 1-5, BB POSTSEASON STREAK: 2 G (2x, last 10/16/18-pres.) Hit a pinch-hit, 3-run HR in last night's win...was the 4th pinch-hit World Series HR in Red Sox history (also Bernie Carbo, 2 in 1975; Bobby Kielty in 2007). Became the 5th Sox hitter to HR in his first World Series PA, joining Bobby Kielty (2007 G4), Dustin Pedroia (2007 G1), David Ortiz (2004 G1), and Jose Santiago (1967 G1). Has hit safely in his last 8 games vs. the Dodgers, batting.345 (10-for-29) with a.655 SLG, 3 2B, 2 HR, and 7 RBI...Has homered in his last 2 games vs. LAD. In his last 51 games vs. NL clubs, has hit.333/.350/.522 (69-for-207, 35 R, 13 2B, 3B, 8 HR, 36 RBI). Postseason career:.219/.265/.531, 16 G, 7-for-32, 5 R, 2 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 BB/2 SO, 2 SB STEVE PEARCE, 1B/OF.250 AVG 1 HR 3 RBI.382 OBP.393 SLG vs. RHP: 5-19 (.263), 1 HR WS GM 1: 0-2, R, BB 2018 POSTSEASON: 7-28, 8 R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 6 BB 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 5 G (4/13-21) vs. LHP: 2-9 (.222), 0 HR 2018 ALCS: 3-14, 4 R, 2B, HR, RBI, 3 BB POSTSEASON STREAK: 6 G (10/5-16/18) Made his World Series debut last night...has reached base in all 9 playoff games this season (.250/7-for-28, 8 R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 6 BB), hitting and scoring in his fi rst 6 games with an AB...The only other Red Sox hitter ever to hit and score in 6 straight playoff starts in a single postseason is Mike Lowell in 2007 (6). Hit a game-winning HR in the 6th inning of ALCS Game 3, his first career postseason HR and fi rst career game-winning RBI in the playoffs. Became 1 of 2 Red Sox to score in his first 6 starts of any postseason, joining Carl Yastrzemski in 1975 (6) and just 3 other ML hitters...is the only Red Sox player ever to score in each of his first 6 playoff starts with the club. Postseason career:.200/.313/.291, 16 G, 11-for-55, 12 R, 2 2B, HR, 4 RBI...In his last 10 games overall, has hit.273 (9-for-33) with 9 runs, 2 HR, 8 RBI, and an.869 OPS BLAKE SWIHART, C/UTL.000 AVG 0 HR 0 RBI.000 OBP.000 SLG vs. RHP: 0-0 (---), 0 HR WS GM 1: DNP 2018 POSTSEASON: SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 11 G (7/6-31) vs. LHP: 0-1 (.000), 0 HR 2018 ALCS: --- POSTSEASON STREAK: --- Made his postseason debut in ALDS Game 3...From 6/26 through the end of the regular season, hit.280 (33-for-118) with 23 R, 8 2B, 3 HR, and 15 RBI in 48 games. Played 6 defensive positions: C (28 G, 16 GS); 1B (10 G, 5 GS); 2B (1 G); 3B (3 G, 1 GS); LF (9 G, 1 GS); and RF (14 G, 10 GS)...Made just 1 error (5/30 vs. TOR, 1B). In 41 games coming off the bench during the regular season, hit.348 (16-for-46) with an.832 OPS...From 6/26 through the end of the season, batted.500 (13-for-26) with 9 runs, 4 2B, 7 RBI, and a OPS when coming off the bench CHRISTIAN VÁZQUEZ, C.227 AVG 1 HR 2 RBI.261 OBP.409 SLG vs. RHP: 4-17 (.235), 0 HR WS GM 1: DNP 2018 POSTSEASON: 5-22, 3 R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, BB 2018 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 4 G (5/16-23) vs. LHP: 1-5 (.200), 1 HR 2018 ALCS: 2-13, R, 2B POSTSEASON STREAK: 2 G (2x, last 10/17/18-pres.) Hit his first career postseason HR in Game 4 of the ALDS...Postseason career:.250/.323/.393, 10 G, 7-for-28, 4 R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 3 BB. The Red Sox have won each of his last 14 Interleague starts dating back to 5/11/17, including 8 this season. Threw out 10 of 32 SB attempts this season (31.3%)...Has caught 52 of 132 in his career (39.4%), the best rate among active C (min. 100 GS) vs. LAD CAREER vs. LAD CAREER AT FENWAY PARK PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI Benintendi Betts , Bogaerts , Bradley Jr , Devers Holt Kinsler Leon Martinez Moreland Núñez Pearce Swihart Vázquez ** - Includes all regular and postseason stats vs. LAD and at Fenway Park

6 Red Sox Game Notes BULLPEN NOTES Page 6 1ST BATTERS RELIEF HIGHS PITCHER LAST TIME OUT (Dec.) IP H R ER BB SO RETIRED/FACED RI/S SAVES/OPP INNINGS STRIKEOUTS 32-Matt Barnes 10/23 vs LAD; WS Gm 1 (W) /62 14/1 0/3 1.2 (6/3 at HOU) 3 (8 times) 70-Ryan Brasier 10/23 vs LAD; WS Gm 1 (H) /34 18/8 0/2 2.0 (7/13 vs TOR) 3 (9/1 at CWS) 17-Nathan Eovaldi 10/23 vs LAD; WS Gm 1 (H) /67 41/13 0/3 2.0 (5 times) 4 (7/3 at WSH) 37-Heath Hembree 10/13 vs HOU; ALCS Gm /67 41/13 0/3 2.0 (5 times) 4 (7/3 at WSH) 56-Joe Kelly 10/23 vs LAD; WS Gm 1 (H) /73 28/9 2/7 2.0 (2 times) 3 (5/12 at TOR) 46-Craig Kimbrel 10/23 vs LAD; WS Gm /63 16/5 42/ (5 times) 4 (7/11 vs TEX) 31-Drew Pomeranz 9/30 vs. NYY /15 1/0 -/- 4.1 (8/24 at TB) 6 (8/31 at CWS) 22-Rick Porcello 10/14 vs HOU; ALCS Gm 2 (H) /1 0/0 0/0 0.2 (10/5 vs. NYY) Edurado Rodriguez 10/23 vs LAD; WS Gm /4 2/0 0/0 2.0 (2 times) 3 (9/26 vs BAL) 41-Chris Sale 10/9 at NYY; ALDS Gm 4 (H) /- -/- -/ REG SEASON TOTALS: 3.72 ERA /535 (69%) 200/65 46/ POSTEASON TOTALS: 3.40 ERA /43 (74%) 24/4 5/5 x32-matt BARNES, RHP SV 3.65 ERA vs. ALL:.204 (47-230), 5 HR vs. RHB:.191 (27-141), 5 HR vs. LHB:.225 (20-89), 0 HR WHIP: Postseason: 8 games, 2-0, 3 holds, 1.23 ERA (1 ER, 7.1 IP), 5 BB, 6 SO,.083 AVG (2-for-24), 0.95 WHIP...7 of his 8 appearances have been scoreless... Has stranded 7 of 9 inherited runners...began this Postseason with 6 scoreless appearances (5.2 IP) before allowing a solo HR in ALCS Gm 5 at HOU on 10/18. Earned the win in 1st career World Series appearance in Gm 1 vs. LAD (1.0 IP, H, SO, WP, 14 p); allowed 1 inherited runner to score in the 5th (to Sale). Worked in all 5 games of the ALCS vs. HOU: 1-0, hold, 2.08 ERA (1 ER, 4.1 IP), 4 BB, 4 SO,.071 AVG (1-for-14), 1.15 WHIP...Earned 1st career Postseason win in ALCS Gm 2 vs. HOU on 10/14...Stranded 2 inherited runners in the Gm 4 win at HOU on 10/17... ALDS vs. NYY: 0-0, 2 holds, 0.00 ERA (2.0 IP), 0 hits, 1 BB, 1 SO,.000 AVG (0-for-6) in 2 games. Postseason career: 9 games, 2-0, 2 holds, 1.00 ERA (1 ER, 9.0 IP), 5 BB, 7 SO,.161 AVG (5-for-31)... In his 2nd Postseason (also 2016). Posted single-season career-bests for the Red Sox this year in SO (96), SO/9.0 IP (14.01; 61.2 IP), ERA (3.65), opponent AVG (.204), and SO/BB ratio (.362). x70-ryan BRASIER, RHP SV 1.60 ERA vs. ALL:.171 (19-111), 2 HR vs. RHB:.109 (6-55), 1 HR vs. LHB:.232 (13-56), 1 HR WHIP: Postseason/Career: 8 games, 0-0, 5 holds, 1.17 ERA (1 ER, 7.2 IP), 5 BB, 6 SO,.214 AVG (6-for-28), 1.43 WHIP...7 of his 8 appearances have been scoreless...has retired 6 of his 8 first batters faced...has stranded 1 of 3 inherited runners. Made his World Series debut in Gm 1 last night vs. LAD; allowed 1 run on 2 hits and a BB over 0.2 IP (18 p); snapped his 7.0-inning PS scoreless streak. Appeared in 4 games of the ALCS vs. HOU: 4.2 IP, 3 hits, 2 BB, 2 SO,.188 AVG (3-for-16), 1.07 WHIP...Earned holds in 3 of his 4 appearances...had his longest outing of the PS in the Sox Gm 4 win working scoreless 1.2 IP. ALDS vs. NYY: 0-0, 1 hold, 0.00 ERA (2.1 IP), 1 hit, 2 BB, 4 SO,.111 AVG (1-for-9) in 3 games...threw a perfect 7th in the Gm 4 clincher, 10/9 at NYY. Made a career-high 34 appearances for BOS in his 1st ML action since 2013 for LAA...Signed a MiLB deal with BOS on 3/2 and assigned to Triple-A Pawtucket. Selected to ML roster on 7/8 and remained with BOS for the rest of the season...limited ML opponents to a.482 OPS (19 hits, 6 XBH, 7 BB, 124 batters). x17-nathan EOVALDI, RHP SV 3.81 ERA vs. ALL:.246 ( ), 14 HR vs. RHB:.239 (52-218), 7 HR vs. LHB:.254 (53-209), 7 HR WHIP: Postseason/Career: 4 games (2 starts), 2-0, hold, 1.76 ERA (3 ER/15.1 IP), 2 BB, 10 SO,.211 AVG (12-57), 0.91 WHIP...Earned wins in first 2 Postseason appearances of his career, both starts on the road: ALDS Gm 3 at NYY on 10/8 & ALCS Gm 3 at HOU on 10/16...Worked in relief in ALCS Gm 5 at HOU on 10/18. Threw a perfect 8th inning on 16 pitches in his World Series debut last night in Gm 1 vs. LAD...Was his 2nd relief appearance of this Postseason. ALCS vs. HOU: 2 games (1 start), 1-0, 2.45 ERA (2 ER, 7.1 IP), 2 BB, 5 SO,.241 AVG (7-for-29), 1.23 WHIP Got the win in ALCS Gm 3 at HOU (6.0 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 4 SO, 92 p), giving BOS a 2-1 series lead...earned a hold in his 1st relief appearance in the Gm 5 clincher on 10/18 (1.1 IP)... ALDS vs. NYY: 1-0, 1.29 ERA (1 ER/7.0 IP), 5 hits, 0 BB, 5 SO, 97 pitches...won in his 1st career Postseason appearance in the Sox' 16-1 Gm 3 victory on 10/8. Set career bests this year in WHIP and SO/BF (.222) over 22 games (21 starts) between TB & BOS...Acquired from TB in exchange for LHP Jalen Beeks on 7/25. x37-heath HEMBREE, RHP SV 4.20 ERA vs. ALL:.233 (53-227), 10 HR vs. RHB:.262 (37-141), 9 HR vs. LHB:.186 (16-86), 1 HR WHIP: Postseason/Career: 3 games, 0-0, 0.00 ERA (3.2 IP), 0 hits, 4 BB, 2 SO, 1.09 WHIP...No runs allowed in 3 games...stranded his only inherited runner... Added to ALDS roster prior to Gm 2 on 10/6, replacing RHP Steven Wright (knee injury)...last appeared in ALCS Gm 1 vs. HOU on 10/13. ALCS vs. HOU: Finished the 9th inning of the Sox loss in ALCS Gm 1 vs. HOU on 10/13...ALDS vs. NYY: 0-0, 0.00 ERA (3.0 IP), 0 hits, 3 BB, 2 SO in 2 games... Threw a perfect 8th with 1 SO in the Gm 3 win at NYY on 10/8...Worked 2.0 scoreless IP in his Postseason debut in Gm 2 vs. NYY on 10/6. Set career bests in in 2018 in SO/9.0 IP (11.40; 60.0 IP), SO (76), appearances (67) and holds (20)...Retired 77.6% of his 1st batters faced (52 of 67). x56-joe KELLY, RHP SV 4.39 ERA vs. ALL:.234 (57-244), 4 HR vs. RHB:.254 (33-130), 2 HR vs. LHB:.211 (24-114), 2 HR WHIP: Postseason: 5 games, 1-1, 1.42 ERA (1 ER, 6.1 IP), 0 BB, 5 SO,.167 AVG (4-for-24), 0.63 WHIP...Has worked more than 1.0 inning in 2 of his 5 appearances...has stranded all 3 of his inherited runners. Postseason career: 21 games, 2-2, 2.79 ERA (13 ER, 42.0 IP), 13 BB, 33 SO,.215 AVG, 1.12 WHIP...Began his BOS Postseason career with a 9.2-inning scoreless streak before having it snapped in ALCS Gm 1 vs. HOU...With BOS, has allowed only 1 ER over 10 career PS games (12.2 IP, 0 BB, 9 SO,.174 opp. AVG)... Has made 2 career appearances in the World Series (0-0, 2.84 ERA, 2 ER, 6.1 IP, 3 BB, 8 SO)...Threw a perfect 6th inning with 2 SO in Gm 1 last night vs. LAD...Got a no decision (5.1 IP, 2 ER) in his Gm 3 start for STLagainst BOS in 2013 at Busch Stadium. ALCS vs. HOU: 3 games, 1-0, 3.00 ERA (1 ER, 3.0 IP), 0 BB, 2 SO...Earned his 1st win of this Postseason in Gm 4 at HOU...Took the loss in Gm 1 on 10/13 after allowing 1 uner in 1.2 IP...ALDS vs. NYY: 1 game, 0-0, 0.00 ERA (2.1 IP), H, 1 SO...Made his only appearance of the series in Gm 2 vs. NYY. In his 2nd full season working exclusively as a reliever, appeared in a career-high 73 games (T-4th in AL), most by a BOS pitcher since Koji Uehara (73 in 2013) VS. LAD CAREER VS. LAD CAREER AT FENWAY PARK PLAYER W-L-SV ERA G/GS IP H ER W-L-SV ERA G/GS IP H ER W-L-SV ERA G/GS IP H ER Barnes / / / Brasier / / / Eovaldi / / / Hembree -- / / / Kelly / / / Kimbrel / / / Pomeranz -- / / / Porcello -- / / / Price -- / / / Rodriguez / / / Sale / / / ** - Includes all regular and postseason stats vs. LAD and at Fenway Park