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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 (8): 1975, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1995, 2007, 2013, 2016 AMERICAN LEAGUE WILD CARD (7): 1998, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, BOSTON RED SOX (88-64) at CINCINNATI REDS (66-87) Friday, September 22, :10 p.m. ET Great American Ball Park Cincinnati, OH RHP Rick Porcello (10-17, 4.46) vs. RHP Sal Romano (5-6, 4.07) Game #153 Road Game #79 TV: NESN Radio: WEEI 93.7 FM, WCEC 1490 AM/103.7 FM (Spanish) STATE OF THE SOX: The Red Sox have won 11 of their last 14 games, including 6 of their last 7 and each of their last 3...They are a season-high 24 games above.500. Since the non-waiver trade deadline (7/31), the Sox.674 winning percentage (31-15) ranks 2nd in the majors behind only the Indians (.780, 39-11). MLB S BEST RECORDS RK. TEAM RECORD WIN % 1. Dodgers Indians Astros Nationals Red Sox Diamondbacks PLAYOFF BOUND: The Red Sox clinched a postseason berth on Wednesday, when a 9-0 win at BAL was coupled with an Angels loss to the Indians...BOS will be competing in the playoffs in consecutive years for the 1st time since doing so in 3 straight seasons from The Sox can clinch at least the top Wild Card spot today with a win OR with a Twins loss (at DET, 7:10 p.m.)...bos has never played in the Wild Card Game. EASTERN STANDARD: The Red Sox lead the 2nd-place Yankees by 3.0 games in the AL East...BOS has begun 9 consecutive days with a lead of exactly 3.0 games. The Sox have been in sole possession of 1st place in the AL East since the end of play on 8/1. Since the AL East was formed in 1969, the Sox have won 8 division titles (last: 2016)...They have never won the AL East in consecutive years. ZERO TOLERANCE: Red Sox pitchers have allowed 0 runs in their last 26.0 IP (32 SO, 3 BB, 14-for-89,.157 opp. AVG)...The Sox have thrown back-to-back shutouts for the 2nd time this season (also 5/26-27 vs. SEA)...BOS last threw 3 straight shutouts in September 2015 (9/25-27 vs. BAL). The Sox have thrown 10 shutouts this season; their 7 shutouts since the All-Star break rank 2nd in the AL (CLE-10) and T-4th in the majors. PITCHING IN: During the club s current 11-3 stretch, Red Sox pitchers have posted a 2.17 ERA and held opponents to a.200 AVG (145.0 IP, 105 H, 35 ER, 172 SO)...In that time (since 9/5), BOS leads the majors in opponent AVG and ranks 2nd in ERA behind only CLE (2.05). Overall, the Sox 3.62 ERA ranks 2nd in the AL and 4th in the majors...since 6/26, their 3.31 ERA ranks 2nd in MLB behind only the Indians (2.90). RELIEF EFFORT: In the club s last 14 games, Red Sox relievers have posted a 1.27 ERA (64.0 IP, 39 H, 9 ER, 81 SO)...Overall, BOS owns the 2nd-lowest bullpen ERA in the majors (3.08) behind CLE (2.79) (source: Elias). ON THE OFFENSIVE: The Red Sox have scored 9+ runs in 6 of their last 12 games...in that span (since 9/8), they are averaging 6.4 runs and batting.274 (125-for-457, 12 HR). The Sox are (.660) when they hit at least 1 HR and 36-8 (.818) when hitting at least 2...They have won 24 games in which they hit 0 HR, more than any other team in the majors (24-31,.436). The Sox are 53-3 (.946) this season when scoring 6+ runs, the highest such winning % in MLB...Dating back to 7/29/16, BOS is 74-3 (.961) in such games. FAREWELL TOUR: The Red Sox are 5-1 on their current 9-game road trip...they are 16-7 in their last 23 road games. This is the 1st time the Sox have played as many as 3 extra-inning games on a single road trip since 2014 (3 games, 8/25-9/14)...They have earned 8 extra-inning wins on the road this season (8-2), matching their franchise record set in 1956 (source: Elias). RED SOX & REDLEGS: The Red Sox have won 9 of 10 meetings with the Reds, including each of the last 6...BOS has twice won 7 consecutive games against a single NL opponent (7 vs. PHI from ; 7 vs. MIA from ). NATIONAL AFFAIR: The Red Sox are (.750) against the NL since 9/4/15, including 13-4 in At (.589), the Red Sox trail the Yankees (.592, ) by.003 for the best win % in Interleague play since its inception in Since 2003, the Sox.646 Interleague win % (179-98) ranks well ahead of the 2nd-best mark in that time (NYY;.596, ). GRAB A BAT: In the Sox last game at an NL ballpark (6/15 at PHI), Chris Sale s 8th-inning double snapped an 0-for-35 streak for BOS pitchers as hitters...it was the 1st hit by a Sox pitcher since Rick Porcello on 4/25/16 at ATL...The last BOS pitcher to homer was Josh Beckett on 6/14/09 at PHI. TOUGH LUCK: Rick Porcello has 17 losses this season; in 10 of those, the Red Sox scored 0 runs while he was in the game, and in the other 7 they scored either 1 or 2 runs for him. Porcello is 10-0 with a 3.69 ERA (34 ER/83.0 IP) when the Red Sox score 3+ runs with him in the game. FEATS OF MOOKIE: During the Sox current 11-3 stretch, Mookie Betts has hit.300 (18-for-60) with 18 RBI, 13 runs scored, 11 XBH (4 2B, 2 3B, 5 HR), and a OPS. Betts has 96 RBI and 96 runs scored this season, after he finished 2016 with 113 RBI and 122 runs...the only Red Sox player ever to record multiple 100/100 seasons before turning 25 is Ted Williams ( ). MR. 300: Chris Sale had 13 SO with 0 BB in 8.0 scoreless innings on Wednesday at BAL, bringing his season strikeout total to 300 (41 BB)...He joined Pedro Martinez (313 in 1999) as the only Red Sox with 300+ SO in a season. Elias notes that Sale recorded the 35th 300-SO season in the modern era, but in only 2 of the 34 previous instances did a pitcher have fewer walks than Sale did at the time of No. 300: Curt Schilling in 2002 (31 BB) and Pedro Martinez in 1999 (37 BB). CHRIS SALE S 2017 STATS STAT MLB RANK CAREER BEST 2.19 FIP 1st 2.19 (2017) 300 SO 1st 300 (2017) IP 1st (2016) 17 wins T-1st 17 (2012, 16, 17) 10 scoreless starts 1st 10 (2017) BOSTON BACKSTOPS: Christian Vázquez (79) and Sandy Leon (73) have combined to start all 152 Red Sox games this season...according to Elias, the Sox have never had 2 players each make 75+ starts at catcher in a season...the last time the Sox used only 2 starting catchers for an entire season was 2008 (Varitek-120, Cash-42). CLOSING TIME: Craig Kimbrel has allowed 0 runs in his last 9 games (9.0 IP, 2 H, 18 SO, 3 BB)...He has struck out 121 of 240 batters faced this season (50.4%), well ahead of the next-highest rate in the majors (Jansen, 41.6%) (min. 100 BF). Kimbrel leads ML relievers in SO/9.0 IP (16.75), WHIP (0.66), opponent AVG (.131), and opponent OPS (.418)...He leads AL relievers in ERA (1.38). WORKING OVERTIME: At 15-3, the Red Sox have tied their franchise record for most extra-inning wins in a season (also 1943) (source: Elias)...Elias notes that only 1 team in the last 50 years has finished a season with 15+ extrainning wins and no more than 3 losses (2012 Orioles, 16-2). The Sox have won each of their last 7 extra-inning games, their longest streak in a single season since 1972 (also 7)...They last won 8 straight extra-inning games in a season in 1938 (first 8 of the season). REGULAR SEASON BREAKDOWN AL East Standing... 1st, 3.0 GA Home/Road /42-36 Day/Night /66-42 April/May/June /16-12/16-12 July/August/September /18-9/12-6 vs. AL East vs. AL Central vs. AL West vs. National League vs. RH/LH starter /18-17 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 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 /10-11 Walk-offs Extra innings (home/road) /8-2 Series openers/finales /29-22 Series W-L-T (home) Series W-L-T (road) Series W-L-T (total) Series sweeps (home/road) /5-0 Come-from-behind wins...40 VS. THE REDS All-Time In Boston In Cincinnati All-Time (Postseason) In Boston In Cincinnati In Boston In Cincinnati UPCOMING SCHEDULE AND PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUPS DATE OPP. BOS TIME RED SOX STARTER OPPOSING STARTER TV Sat., 9/23 at CIN 4:10 p.m. LHP Eduardo Rodriguez (5-6, 4.15) RHP Robert Stephenson (5-5, 5.01) NESN/MLBN Sun., 9/24 at CIN 1:10 p.m. RHP Doug Fister (5-8, 4.86) RHP Jackson Stephens (2-0, 4.80) NESN 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, Baseball-Reference.com, and STATS Inc. * UPCOMING CAREER MILESTONES Dustin Pedroia...1,500 Games (1,498) RED SOX ALL-TIME RANKINGS Rk. Player RBI 13. Jackie Jensen Mike Greenwell Dustin Pedroia MOST WINS, RED SOX MANAGERS Rk. Manager Wins 5. Jimmy Collins John Farrell RED SOX TEAM LEADERS Batting Hits...Betts (160) Doubles...Betts (44) Triples...Bogaerts (6) HR...Betts (23) RBI...Betts (96) Runs...Betts (96) SB...Betts (24) BB...Betts (74) AVG (min. 200 AB)...Pedroia (.301) OBP (min. 200 AB)...Pedroia (.374) SLG (min. 200 AB)...Betts (.456) OPS (min. 200 AB)...Betts (.798) Pitching ERA (min IP)...Kimbrel (1.38) Strikeouts... Sale (300) Wins... Sale (17) Saves...Kimbrel (33) Appearances...Barnes (67) Starts...Porcello/Sale (31) Innings (Starter)... Sale (209.1) Innings (Reliever)...Barnes (66.0)

2 TONIGHT S STARTING PITCHER Red Sox Game Notes Page 2 22-RICK PORCELLO, RHP 10-17, 4.46 ERA W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG CAREER TONIGHT S START: Is 6.1 IP shy of reaching IP for the 2nd consecutive season and 3rd career time. Did not allow an ER over 7.1 IP in his last start on 9/16 at TB (W, 5 H, R, BB, 3 SO)...Was his longest start without an ER as a member of the Red Sox. Gave up 5 hits in each of his last 2 starts, his 2nd pair of consecutive starts with 5 or fewer hits allowed this year (also 4/26-5/1)...Last strung together 3 such starts 7/22-8/4/14 with DET (3). Has won 6 of his last 9 outings after going 4-14 through his fi rst 22 starts of Holds a 3.76 ERA (37 ER/88.2 IP) in 14 starts since 7/3, allowing 3 or fewer ER in of his losses have come in a quality start (2.55 ERA, 17 ER/60.0 IP)...The last pitcher to receive the loss in 10+ quality starts during a single year was Melido Perez with NYY in 1992 (12) RANKINGS: Is 1 of 8 ML pitchers with multiple complete games, and 1 of 4 AL pitchers to do so. Leads MLB with 20 UER...Ranks among AL leaders in starts (T-3rd, 31), IP (3rd, 193.2), SO (T-10th, 170), BB/9.0 IP ratio (3rd, 2.00), and SO/BB ratio (7th, 3.95). His 19 starts with 1 or 0 BB are tied for the 2nd-most in the AL (Tomlin-21, Sale-19). ON THE ROAD: Has won each of his last 3 road starts, posting a 1.35 ERA (3 ER/20.0 IP) in those...no Red Sox pitcher has won 4 consecutive road starts this season. Holds a 2.13 ERA (10 ER/42.1 IP) in his last 6 road starts...has limited opponents to a.190 AVG (29-for-153) while posting 0.90 WHIP with 33 SO and 9 BB in those outings. His 3.43 road ERA (33 ER/86.2 IP) in 2017 is the 7th-lowest in the AL. VS. THE REDS: Has made 1 career start vs. the Reds on 6/8/12 with DET at CIN (ND, 5.0 IP, 9 H, 4 R, 2 BB, SO). In 36 career Interleague appearances (34 starts), is 18-8 with a 4.16 ERA (97 ER/209.2 IP). The Sox have won each of his last 9 Interleague starts beginning 7/8/15 (6-0, 3.32 ERA, 21 ER/57.0 IP)...Is the longest active streak by an AL starter and longest ever by a Sox starter HIGHLIGHTS: Tossed 6.0+ IP in 19 straight starts from 4/19-7/28...Marks the longest such streak in MLB this year, and 2nd-longest of his career (20 starts from 6/28/16-4/9/17). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: , 2x, last 7/23 at LAA 11, 3x, last 5/28 vs. SEA 11, 8/25 vs. BAL 8, 4/14 vs. BAL 4, 4/26 vs. NYY 9, 4/26 vs. NYY 4, 4/14 vs. BAL 2, last 7/23 at LAA --- 4, 8/3-8/20 5, 6/28-7/ , 5.30 ERA, 18 GS 4-6, 3.43 ERA, 13 GS.286 ( ), 35 HR.283 ( ), 20 HR.289 ( ), 15 HR 1.38 SINGLE-GAME 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 CAREER 9.0, 6x, last 9/19/16 at BAL 12, 6x, last 7/4/16 vs. LAA 11, 8/25/17 vs. BAL 9, 4/20/13 at LAA 6, 5/29/14 at OAK 13, 9/1/15 vs. NYY 4, 4/14/17 vs. BAL 9, last 7/23/17 at LAA 3, last 8/20/14 at TB 8, 5/22/16-7/29/16 7, 5/22-7/1/15 4, last 9/1/15 vs. NYY (13) CAREER 60-48, 4.43 ERA, 136 GS 57-51, 4.03 ERA, 140 G, 136 GS.277 ( ), 194 HR.287 ( ), 110 HR.265 ( ), 84 HR 1.32 VS. CIN W-L ERA G GS IP H ER HR BB SO CAREER at CIN Won the 2016 AL Cy Young Award after leading MLB in wins (22-4, 3.15 ERA) and SO/BB ratio (5.91)...Also named AL Comeback Player of the Year by MLB. Over the course of his career, has issued 2.04 BB/9.0 IP, the 2nd-lowest rate in the AL among active pitchers and the 3rd-lowest in the majors (min. 1,000.0 IP). DATE SCORE OPP DEC SCORE WHEN LEFT IP H R ER BB SO HR PIT/STRIKES NOTES 4/3 W5-3 PIT W /62 Made his 1st career Opening Day start 4/9 W7-5 at DET ND /74 Recorded his 1,000th career strikeout 4/14 L5-10 TB L /70 Surrendered a career-high 4 HR 4/19 L0-3 at TOR L /76 1st career GS with 3+ R and 0 ER 4/26 L1-3 NYY L /73 Most BB since 5/29/14 with DET (6 BB) 5/1 L2-5 BAL L /74 Reached IP for his career 5/6 W11-1 at MIN W /77 Back-to-back GS w/0 BB for the 13th career time (5th with BOS) 5/12 L4-5 TB L /73 1st ML pitcher this year with 6+ SO and 0 BB in 3 straight GS 5/17 W5-4 at STL ND /60 5th straight start with 1+ HR, longest such streak with BOS 5/23 W11-6 TEX W /77 4th start this season with 0 BB 5/28 L0-5 SEA L /73 Received 0 runs of support for the 5th time in 6 home starts 6/2 L2-3 at BAL L /78 Season-high-tying 118 pitches and season-high 78 strikes 6/7 L0-8 at NYY L /71 19th straight road start with 6.0+ IP, longest active ML streak 6/12 W6-5 PHI ND /82 5 ER in back-to-back starts for the 1st time since 5/22-27/15 6/17 L1-7 at HOU L /68 3 straight road starts with 2 HR, longest career streak 6/23 W9-4 LAA W /73 Was not charged with an ER until the 7th inning 6/28 L1-4 MIN L /69 Limited MIN to 2 baserunners from the 2nd to 5th innings 7/3 W7-5 at TEX ND /68 Fewest hits allowed in a start this season 7/8 L0-1 at TB L /80 8th career complete game, 4th with BOS 7/16 (G1) L0-3 NYY L /75 Consecutive starts with 1 or 0 ER for 1st time since 8/14-19/16 7/23 L2-3 at LAA L /63 9th career complete game, 5th with BOS 7/28 L2-4 KC L /77 1st pair of consecutive starts with 7.0+ IP this season 8/3 W9-5 CWS W /61 Snapped streak of 19 consecutive starts with 6.0+ IP 8/9 W8-2 at TB W /61 Won consecutive starts for 1st time since 2016 (3, 8/29-9/9) 8/15 W10-4 STL W /72 Won 3rd consecutive start, most since 8/29-9/9/16 (also 3) 8/20 W5-1 NYY W /67 3rd start of 6.0+ IP and 3 H since joining BOS (last 8/14/16 vs. ARI) 8/25 L3-16 BAL L /69 Career-high 7 unearned runs and 11 runs allowed 8/30 W7-1 at TOR W /69 25th straight road start w/6.0+ IP, 2nd-most by Sox since /4 L4-10 TOR L /67 Gave up 10+ hits for the 2nd time in his last 3 starts 9/10 L1-4 TB L /60 11th start this season with 2 or fewer ER allowed 9/16 W3-1 at TB W /63 Longest start with 0 ER as a member of the Red Sox REDS CAREER VS. PORCELLO PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Barnhart Cozart Duvall Ervin Gennett Hamilton Kivlehan Peraza Schebler Suarez Turner Vincej Votto Wallach Winker RED SOX CAREER vs. ROMANO PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Benintendi Betts Bogaerts Bradley Jr Davis Devers Holt Leon Lin Marrero Moreland Núñez Pedroia Ramirez Swihart Travis Vázquez Young STARTING PITCHERS BREAKDOWN QUALITY SOX STARTER GS STARTS RS/IP RSA REC. Porcello / Sale / Wright / Rodriguez / Pomeranz / Johnson / Kendrick 2 0 5/ Velázquez 2 0 5/ Price / Fister / EDUARDO RODRIGUEZ, LHP TOMORROW S STARTING PITCHER W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG CAREER TOMORROW S START: Is 1-1 with a 2.55 ERA (5 ER/17.2 IP) in his last 3 starts (24 SO, 6 BB.212 opponent AVG, 14-for-66). Will be making his 1st career start vs. CIN...All 5 of his Interleague starts this season have been against NL Central clubs (1-0, 3.45 ERA, 11 ER/28.2 IP). Is 2-2 with a 4.60 ERA (23 ER/45.0 IP) over 8 career Interleague starts. 5-6, 4.15 ERA LAST 5 STARTS DATE OPP DEC IP H R ER BB SO 8/26 BAL L /31 at NYY L /5 TOR /12 OAK W /17 at TB L ERA

3 Red Sox Game Notes BATTING NOTES Page ANDREW BENINTENDI, OF.278 AVG 19 HR 87 RBI.357 OBP.434 SLG vs. RHP: (.288), 18 HR WEDNESDAY: 1-4, 2 R, BB ROAD TRIP: 7-29, 5 R, 2B, 4 RBI, 3 BB, SB CURRENT STREAK: 4 G (5-17, 3 R, 2B, 2 RBI) vs. LHP: (.234), 1 HR BAL SERIES: 4-13, 3 R, 2B, 2 RBI, 3 BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 11 G (8/5-18) Has hit safely in 10 of his last 11 games, going 18-for-51 (.353) with 9 R, 7 2B, and 7 multi-hit efforts...has 13 RBI in his last 12 games. Drove in 2 with a game-winning single in the 11th inning Monday, including his 4th go-ahead RBI in extras this season. According to Elias, his 4 game-winning RBI in extras this season are the most by a Red Sox hitter since Clyde Vollmer in 1951 (4). Has a career.321/.381/.512 batting line in Interleague games...his 4 Interleague HR this season are tied for the most ever by a Red Sox rookie. Leads ML rookies with 151 hits and 19 SB...Has the most RBI by a Sox rookie since 1997 (Garciaparra-98) and most BB (66) since 1966 (Foy-91). Since 8/1, is hitting.309 (55-for-178) with a.386 OBP,.494 SLG, 30 runs, 12 2B, 7 HR, 33 RBI, 21 BB, and 10 SB. Leads the AL since last year with a.356 AVG (53-for-149) with RISP, ranking 3rd with a.378 clip (28-for-74) and 6th with a OPS with RISP and 2 outs MOOKIE BETTS, OF.263 AVG 23 HR 96 RBI.343 OBP.456 SLG vs. RHP: (.255), 18 HR WEDNESDAY: 2-4, 3 R, 3B, HR, 2 RBI, BB ROAD TRIP: 9-28, 6 R, 2 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 8 RBI, BB CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (2-4, 3 R, 3B, HR, 2 RBI) vs. LHP: (.298), 5 HR BAL SERIES: 4-14, 3 R, 2B, 3B, HR, 6 RBI, 2 BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 8 G (7/16-22) Tripled, homered, and drove in 2 on Wednesday...Has 18 RBI in his last 12 games...has reached base in 31 of his last 34 games. With 7 TB Wednesday, passed 1,000 for his career (1,006)...Monday's game was the 500th of his career...since 1913, ranked among Red Sox leaders through 500 career games in runs (6th, 341), hits (6th, 601), doubles (2nd, 140), HR (T-8th, 76), XBH (3rd, 231), RBI (7th, 302), TB (4th) and SB (4th, 78). Has 5 HR in his last 12 games, and 11 XBH in his last 14...Is batting.300/.382/.683 in those games (18-for-60, 13 runs, 4 2B, 2 3B, 5 HR, 18 RBI). Ranks 3rd in MLB with a career-high 44 2B...Ranks among AL leaders with 608 AB (2nd), 96 R (6th), 160 hits (12th), 96 RBI (T-9th), and 69 XBH (5th). Among active players with 50+ Interleague games, ranks 3rd in AVG (.333), 5th in SLG (.576), and 5th in OPS (.953)...Is 4th in the majors this season with a.397 Interleague AVG, a.750 SLG, and a OPS. Ranks 6th in the AL with a.353 AVG (47-for-133) with RISP...Ranks 2nd in the AL since 2016 with a.354 mark with RISP (97-for-274), trailing only Benintendi. His 10 career multi-hr games are the 2nd-most by a Red Sox hitter before turning 25, trailing only Jim Rice (12). Has 24 SB (T-8th in the AL) in 27 tries (88.9%), including 7 in his last 7...Since 2015, ranks 5th in the AL with 71 SB in 84 attempts (84.5%) XANDER BOGAERTS, SS.267 AVG 9 HR 57 RBI.336 OBP.394 SLG vs. RHP: (.264), 7 HR WEDNESDAY: 0-3, 2 BB ROAD TRIP: 6-26, 5 R, HR, 3 RBI, 6 BB, HBP CURRENT STREAK: 0-5 vs. LHP: (.279), 2 HR BAL SERIES: 2-11, 3 R, HR, RBI, 5 BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 15 G (4/27-5/12) Is batting.344 (22-for-64) with 9 XBH and 7 multi-hit contests in his last 15 Interleague games...in his last 53 games vs. the NL, has hit.309 (67-for-217). Hit a game-tying HR in the 7th Monday, his 9th of the season...also scored 3 runs, his most since 5/23 vs. TEX (4) and drew a career-high 3 BB. Has reached base 4+ times in 3 of his last 9 games, batting.378 (10-for-36) with 9 runs, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 2 HBP, 8 BB, and a.435 OBP. His 58 career 3-hit games are tied for the 2nd-most by a Sox hitter before turning 25 in the last 100 years (Ted Williams-70, Carl Yastrzemski-58, Bobby Doerr-58). His 12 career games with a career-high 4 hits are the most by a Red Sox hitter before turning 25 in the last 100 years (Jim Rice-11). Has a career-high 15 SB in 16 attempts this year, ranking 3rd in the majors in SB% (93.8, min. 15 attempts)...boston is 12-0 when he steals a base this year JACKIE BRADLEY JR., OF.254 AVG 17 HR 62 RBI.331 OBP.423 SLG vs. RHP: (.243), 14 HR WEDNESDAY: 0-3, R, BB ROAD TRIP: 5-24, 5 R, HR, 3 RBI, 2 BB, HBP CURRENT STREAK: 0-10 vs. LHP: (.290), 3 HR BAL SERIES: 1-12, 3 R, RBI, BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 8 G (6/9-16) Scored the game-winning run Tuesday in the 11th...Has 8 RBI in his last 13 games and 18 in his last 26...Tied Sunday's game with his 17th HR of the year. In his last 10 Interleague games, is batting.400/.523/.714/1.237 (14-for-35, 2 2B, 3 HR, 6 RBI). Has reached base in 12 of his last 24 PA with RISP (8-for-20, 2 BB, 2 HBP), and is 12-for-32 (.375) since 8/1...Has hit.292 (31-for-106) this season with RISP. Ranks 4th among left-handed AL hitters with a.290 AVG (31-for-107) vs. LHP this season. BOS is (.781) in his 55 career games with a HR and (.720) in games with an RBI, including 17-4 in his last 21...Is 46-9 (.836) when he records 2+ RBI RAJAI DAVIS, OF.167 AVG 0 HR 0 RBI.231 OBP.167 SLG vs. RHP: 2-12 (.167), 0 HR WEDNESDAY: DNP ROAD TRIP: 0-3, R CURRENT STREAK: 0-12 vs. LHP: 2-12 (.167), 0 HR BAL SERIES: 0-1 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 6 G (7/8-21) Has reached safely in 3 of his 4 starts with the Red Sox...Over 4 games vs. CIN last season, went 9-for-16 (.563) with 10 runs, 2 HR, 9 RBI, and a OPS. Is tied for 5th in the AL with 28 SB this season...ranks 3rd among active hitters with 393 career stolen bases in 493 attempts (79.7%). Hit.233 (70-for-300) with 17 2B, 2 3B, 5 HR, 18 RBI, and 25 SB in 100 games with OAK this year, including a.303 AVG and an.848 OPS after the All-Star break RAFAEL DEVERS, 3B.293 AVG 8 HR 21 RBI.350 OBP.478 SLG vs. RHP: (.248), 6 HR WEDNESDAY: DNP ROAD TRIP: 6-22, 3 R, 2B, 3 RBI, 2 BB CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (4-9, R) vs. LHP: (.442), 2 HR BAL SERIES: 4-9, R SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 8 G (2x, last 8/11-19) Has multiple hits in each of his last 2 games (.444/4-for-9)...Is 19-for-43 (.442) with 6 XBH, a.674 SLG, and a OPS vs. LHP in his career. Scored his 30th run in his 47th game on Monday...The last AL hitter with 30 runs through 47 career games before turning 21 was Mickey Mantle in Has reached base safely in 39 of 48 career games, including 16 multi-hit games...is batting.293/.350/.478 (54-for-184, 30 R, 10 2B, 8 HR, 21 RBI, 16 BB). On 8/19 vs. NYY, became the first ML hitter ever with 8 HR in his fi rst 20 games, all before his 21st birthday (source: Elias) BROCK HOLT, INF/OF.190 AVG 0 HR 6 RBI.295 OBP.230 SLG vs. RHP: (.175), 0 HR WEDNESDAY: 0-0 ROAD TRIP: 4-14, 3 R, 2B, 2 RBI, BB CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (3-6, 2 R, 2B, 2 RBI) vs. LHP: 6-23 (.261), 0 HR BAL SERIES: 3-6, 2 R, 2B, 2 RBI SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 3 G (7/26-8/1) Went 3-for-6 with 2 R, 2B, and 2 RBI over BOS's series vs. BAL...Has played in each of the team's last 7 games. His 2B Monday was his 100th career XBH...Has 3 hits, including 2 2B, in 6 pinch-hit AB this season, and 6 in 16 AB (.375) since Is a career.283 hitter (47-for-166) in 50 career Interleague games (14 XBH, 17 RBI)...Is batting.297 (43-for-145) in his last 43 such games since 5/29/ SANDY LEON, C.223 AVG 6 HR 38 RBI.291 OBP.342 SLG vs. RHP: (.216), 5 HR WEDNESDAY: 1-3, 2 R ROAD TRIP: 3-11, 2 R, RBI, BB CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (1-3, 2 R) vs. LHP: (.243), 1 HR BAL SERIES: 1-7, 2 R, BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 5 G (3x, last 6/20-7/1) Reached base 3 times Wednesday, tying a season high with 2 BB (4th time)...ranks 3rd among active catchers (min. 100 games) with a 38.4 career CCS% (43-for-112). Has 11 RBI in his last 19 games with a PA, and 15 in his last 25...The Sox are 16-7 this year when he drives in a run, and in such games since Has caught 7 of the Red Sox' 10 shutouts this year...leads the AL with a 3.33 catcher's ERA (2nd in MLB), the lowest by a qualifying Sox catcher since at least TZU-WEI LIN, INF.273 AVG 0 HR 2 RBI.375 OBP.345 SLG vs. RHP: (.265), 0 HR WEDNESDAY: DNP ROAD TRIP: 0-1, BB CURRENT STREAK: 0-2 vs. LHP: 2-6 (.333), 0 HR BAL SERIES: 0-0, BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 1 G (8x, last 9/2) Went 0-for-0 with a BB as a defensive replacement at 2B Monday...Has hit.333 (11-for-33) with a.463 OBP in 13 career road games. Has hit.273 (15-for-55) with a.375 OBP in 24 games with the Red Sox since his ML debut on 6/24, scoring 7 runs and tripling twice. In 83 minor league games this season between Portland and Pawtucket, hit.267 (80-for-300) with 43 runs, 14 2B, 4 3B, 7 HR, and 28 RBI.

4 Red Sox Game Notes BATTING NOTES (CONTINUED) Page DEVEN MARRERO, INF.221 AVG 4 HR 27 RBI.267 OBP.350 SLG vs. RHP: (.179), 0 HR WEDNESDAY: 1-5, R, HR, 2 RBI ROAD TRIP: 3-9, 2 R, 2 2B, HR, 4 RBI CURRENT STREAK: 3 G (4-11, 2 R, 2 2B, HR, 4 RBI) vs. LHP: (.314), 4 HR BAL SERIES: 1-5, R, HR, 2 RBI SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 7 G (6/27-7/3) Hit his 5th career HR Wednesday, driving in multiple runs for the 2nd straight game with a PA (.333/3-for-9, 2 R, 2 2B, HR, 4 RBI). In his last 18 road games, is batting.386 (17-for-44) with 13 runs, 4 2B, HR, 12 RBI, and a.977 OPS. Is 17-for-54 (.315) in his last 16 ML starts...in his last 19 games with Pawtucket, hit.356 (26-for-73) with 8 R, 5 2B, 3 HR, 7 RBI. Is batting.314 (16-for-51) this season vs. ML LHP, with 9 of his 13 XBH coming off lefties...has a OPS vs. LHP and a.439 OPS vs. RHP MITCH MORELAND, 1B.245 AVG 19 HR 71 RBI.326 OBP.429 SLG vs. RHP: (.247), 18 HR WEDNESDAY: DNP ROAD TRIP: 4-23, 3 R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB CURRENT STREAK: 0-15 vs. LHP: (.232), 1 HR BAL SERIES: 0-10 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 10 G (6/4-16) Is 0 for his last 15 but has 5 XBH and 6 RBI in his last 9 games (4 2B, HR)...Scored a career-high-tying 3 runs on 8/15 (6th time, last 8/1 vs. CLE). Hit his 8th go-ahead HR of the season on 8/15, including 4 of his last 6...His last 5 HR have come on the road. The Sox are 19-5 in his last 24 games with a hit...in his last 44 games, has a.497 SLG (.265/39-for-147, 22 R, 13 2B, 7 HR, 27 RBI). Has set career highs with 66 runs, 32 2B, 51 XBH, and 54 BB...Has walked once every PA (546 PA), a career-best rate. Has 3 HR and 11 RBI in 25 PA after subbing into a game this year, batting.421/.560/.895 (8-for-19, 6 R, 5 BB) EDUARDO NÚÑEZ, INF/OF.319 AVG 8 HR 27 RBI.351 OBP.534 SLG vs. RHP: (.339), 7 HR WEDNESDAY: DNP ROAD TRIP: --- CURRENT STREAK: 4 G (8-18, R, 3 RBI, BB) vs. LHP: (.262), 1 HR BAL SERIES: --- SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 12 G (5/12-26) Since joining BOS on 7/28, has hit.319/.351/.534 (52-for-163) with 11 2B, 8 HR, and 27 RBI in 37 games...had 4 HR and 31 RBI in 76 games with SF. Has multiple hits in each of his last 4 games, and 24 of his last 45...Has hit safely in 10 of his last 11 games (.340/16-for-47)...Has 3 SB in his last 2 games. Leads the majors with a.394 batting average with RISP (41-for-104, 9 2B, 2 HR)...Has 32 hits in his last 76 such AB since 5/14 (.421/.443/.605/1.048). 9 of his last 12 RBI have come with 2 outs...has hit.342 (40-for-117) in 2-out situations this season, including a.450 clip (18-for-40) since joining BOS. The Red Sox are 7-0 when Núñez homers, 12-1 when he drives in a run, and 21-7 when he records at least 1 hit DUSTIN PEDROIA, 2B.301 AVG 7 HR 60 RBI.374 OBP.404 SLG vs. RHP: (.293), 6 HR WEDNESDAY: 1-5, 2B, 2 RBI ROAD TRIP: 1-19, R, 2B, 2 RBI, BB CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (1-5, 2B, 2 RBI) vs. LHP: (.344), 1 HR BAL SERIES: 1-7, 2B, 2 RBI SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 9 G (2x, last 7/9-20) Doubled and drove in 2 Wednesday...Ranks 12th in the AL with a.301 batting average and 11th with a.374 OBP (min. 350 PA). His.337 Interleague AVG (242-for-719) ranks 2nd all-time, trailing only Mike Piazza (.340, min. 400 AB)...Has multiple hits in 7 of his last 12 such games. Has 722 career RBI, having passed Frank Malzone (716) for 15th in Red Sox history...mike Greenwell ranks 14th with 726. Has reached base multiple times in 24 of his last 42 games (.321/.396/.461)...Since 8/9/16, leads the AL with a.393 AVG with RISP (57-for-145, min. 75 AB). Recorded his 4,000th career assist on Wednesday, becoming the 2nd Red Sox player ever to reach that total (Booby Doerr-5,710)...3,987 have come at 2B. Has 35 RBI in his last 42 games since 6/26...Led the AL with 29 RBI from 6/26-7/28 before missing time with 2 DL stints. Ranks 3rd in the AL with 9.43 plate appearances per strikeout (443 PA/47 SO, min. 350 PA)...Is 2nd in the AL with a 0.98 BB-to-SO ratio (46 BB/47 SO) HANLEY RAMIREZ, 1B/DH.242 AVG 22 HR 58 RBI.322 OBP.428 SLG vs. RHP: (.255), 16 HR WEDNESDAY: 3-5, R, 2 2B, 3 RBI ROAD TRIP: 3-6, R, 2 2B, 3 RBI CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (3-5, R, 2 2B, 3 RBI) vs. LHP: (.192), 6 HR BAL SERIES: 3-6, R, 2 2B, 3 RBI SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 9 G (6/23-7/4) On Wednesday, went 3-for-5 with 2 2B and a season-high-tying 3 RBI (3rd time, last 7/2 at TOR)...Was his 2nd multi-2b game of the year (also 6/30 at TOR). Boston is 27-8 in his last 35 games with a HR, and in his last 55 games with an RBI, including 20-3 in 23 games with multiple RBI in that time. Is a career.307/.346/.558 hitter vs. CIN, with 14 HR in 55 games...hit his fi rst 2 career HR on 4/18/06 at Great American Ballpark. Recorded his 2nd walk-off RBI of the season on 9/5 vs. TOR with a 19th-inning single (8th career, last 7/18 vs. TOR)...Was the latest walk-off RBI ever recorded at Fenway Park and the latest by any player vs. the Blue Jays...Is the only Red Sox hitter since 1930 with multiple walk-off RBI in the 15th inning or later. The only other players since 1930 with multiple walk-off RBI in the 15th inning or later in a single year are Gene Baker in 1956 and Sammy Sosa in BLAKE SWIHART, C.250 AVG 0 HR 0 RBI.400 OBP.250 SLG vs. RHP: 1-4 (.250), 0 HR WEDNESDAY: 0-0 ROAD TRIP: 1-4, R CURRENT STREAK: 4 G (5-13, 3 R, RBI, 2 BB) vs. LHP: 0-0 (---), 0 HR BAL SERIES: 0-0, R SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 1 G (9/15) Has pinch run in 2 of the last 3 games, scoring the game-winning run in the 11th inning Monday...Has hit in each of his last 4 games with an AB. Has hit.297 (11-for-37) in 10 career Interleague games, including a.409 mark (9-for-22) with a 2B, 2 3B, HR, 4 RBI, and a OPS in his last 6 such games. Has played 107 major league games from , batting.271 (96-for-354) with 57 runs, 17 2B, 4 3B, 5 HR, 36 RBI, and 4 SB SAM TRAVIS, 1B.292 AVG 0 HR 1 RBI.361 OBP.385 SLG vs. RHP: 4-27 (.148), 0 HR WEDNESDAY: 1-5, R ROAD TRIP: 2-9, R CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (2-8, R) vs. LHP: (.395), 0 HR BAL SERIES: 2-9, R SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 4 G (5/30-6/20) Has 7 hits in 22 AB (.318) since returning to BOS...Is batting.292 (19-for-65) with 13 runs, 6 2B, and 6 BB in 28 career games. 15 of his 19 career hits, including 5 of his 6 2B, have come in 38 AB vs. LHP...Is batting.395 with a.477 OBP and a OPS vs. LHP. Is batting.316 (12-for-38) on the road, with 4 of his 6 2B...Has reached base safely in 8 of his 9 road starts, batting.333 (11-for-33) CHRISTIAN VÁZQUEZ, C.296 AVG 5 HR 31 RBI.335 OBP.418 SLG vs. RHP: (.296), 3 HR WEDNESDAY: DNP ROAD TRIP: 5-16, R, 2B CURRENT STREAK: 0-4 vs. LHP: (.300), 2 HR BAL SERIES: 2-8, R, 2B SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 8 G (5/20-6/3) Has hit safely in 7 of his last 9 games, including multiple hits in 5 of those games...is 12 for his last 32 (.375) with 3 2B, HR, and 5 RBI. Is hitting.296 on the season...his.377 AVG since 7/29 ranks 2nd in the majors (min. 50 AB)...Is 40-for-106 with 12 XBH, 20 R, and 14 RBI in that time. Tied Thursday's game at 1 with a solo HR in the 5th...Has 5 RBI in his last 9 games, including a game-tying or go-ahead RBI in 3 of his last 8 contests. Of his 7 career HR, 6 have tied the game or given the Red Sox the lead...the Red Sox are 7-0 when he homers...6 have come at Fenway Park. No other Sox catcher has stolen 7+ bases with as high a success rate (7-for-8, 87.5%) since Birdie Tebbetts in 1949 (8-for-9, 88.9%). Has caught 39 of 97 stolen base attempts over his career (40.2%), the highest rate among active C (min. 100 G) CHRIS YOUNG, OF.232 AVG 7 HR 24 RBI.323 OBP.382 SLG vs. RHP: (.263), 6 HR WEDNESDAY: DNP ROAD TRIP: 0-4 CURRENT STREAK: 0-5 vs. LHP: (.189), 1 HR BAL SERIES: --- SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 4 G (2x, last 5/30-6/11) Has reached base in 6 of his last 7 games, including his 14th multi-hit game Tuesday...Has walked once per 8.97 PA, his best walk rate since 2011 (8.24). Has reached base in 10 of 19 pinch-hit PA this season (.357/5-for-14)...Since joining the Red Sox, is 9-for-27 (.333) with a.486 OBP and.519 SLG as a PH. In his last 30 Interleague games, is batting.333 (21-for-63) with 7 2B, 4 HR, 12 RBI, and a OPS.

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 58-Fernando Abad 9/18 at BAL /45 20/5 1/1 3.0 (7/2 at TOR) 3 (7/2 at TOR) 68-Matt Barnes 9/19 at BAL (SV, 1) /66 16/2 1/2 2.0 (7 times) 5 (2 times) 51-Blaine Boyer 9/15 at TB /30 9/3 -/- 2.0 (6 times) 6 (7/4 at TEX) 29-Roenis Elias 9/4 vs. TOR /1 1/0 -/- 0.1 (9/4 vs. TOR) 1 (9/4 vs. TOR) 37-Heath Hembree 9/18 at BAL /61 43/20 0/3 3.1 (4/22 at BAL) 5 (4/22 at BAL) 56-Joe Kelly 9/19 at BAL (W, 4-1) /51 26/11 0/4 3.0 (9/15 at TB) 3 (2 times) 46-Craig Kimbrel 9/19 at BAL /63 13/1 33/ (4/20 at TOR) 5 (3 times) 71-Austin Maddox 9/20 at BAL /11 4/0 -/- 2.0 (9/5 vs TOR) 2 (2 times) 24-David Price 9/17 at TB /1 -/- -/- 2.0 (9/17 at TB) 2 (9/17 at TB) 43-Addison Reed 9/19 at BAL /70 31/13 0/2 2.0 (3 times) 3 (2 times) 63-Robby Scott 9/18 at BAL /56 39/10 0/2 1.2 (2 times) 2 (3 times) 39-Carson Smith 9/19 at BAL /5 -/- 1/1 1.0 (3 times) 2 (9/19 at BAL) 76-Hector Velazquez 9/5 vs. TOR (W, 3-1) /3 1/0 -/- 3.1 (6/14 at PHI) 3 (7/18 vs TOR) 67-Brandon Workman 9/18 at BAL /30 5/0 0/1 3.0 (5/4 vs BAL) 3 (2 times) BULLPEN TOTALS: 3.08 ERA /476 (73%) 224/62 37/ FERNANDO ABAD, LHP SV 2.98 ERA vs. ALL:.234 ( ), 4 HR vs. RHB:.255 (25-98 ), 2 HR vs. LHB:.200 ( ), 2 HR WHIP: 1.16 Started the 5th inning of Monday night s win at BAL (0.2 IP, ER, HR, SO); retired his 1st 2 batters before allowing a game-tying solo HR to Alvarez. 33 of his 45 appearances this season are scoreless...holding opponents to a.139 AVG (5-for-36) with RISP in 2017, including 2 hits in last 20 AB (.100 AVG). Since joining the Red Sox on 8/1/16, has held LHH to a.181 AVG (15-for-83), 6 BB, 27 SO (92 batters faced) MATT BARNES, RHP SV 3.82 ERA vs. ALL:.221 ( ), 6 HR vs. RHB:.205 ( ), 2 HR vs. LHB:.247 ( ), 4 HR WHIP: 1.23 Got the SV in Tuesday s win at BAL (1.0 IP), working around a 2-out, 2-base error...his 2nd career ML SV and 2nd straight decision (got win Monday at BAL). Leads Sox bullpen in wins (7; T-3rd in AL), holds, (21; T-8th in AL), games (67; T-7th in AL), and IP (66.0; T-11th in AL). No runs allowed in 49 of 67 games in Appeared in 60+ games for the 2nd straight season; his 129 games since 2016 lead all Sox pitchers (T-9th in AL). 51 -BLAINE BOYER, RHP SV 3.86 ERA vs. ALL:.294 ( ), 3 HR vs. RHB:.263 (26-99 ), 2 HR vs. LHB:.364 ( ), 1 HR WHIP: 1.42 Finished Friday s 15-inning win at TB with a scoreless 15th (1.0 IP, 2 H, 2 SO)...His 6th straight scoreless appearance: 8.0 IP, BB, 10 SO,.080 AVG (2-for-25). No runs allowed in 23 of 30 games with the Red Sox...Has worked more than 1.0 IP in 24 of his 30 appearances, including 2.0 IP six times. Signed by BOS as a MiLB FA on 4/5...Began year with PawSox (10 G; 3.14 ERA) and was selected to ML roster on 5/28 and made Sox debut same day vs. SEA. 29-ROENIS ELIAS, LHP SV 0.00 ERA vs. ALL:.000 (0-1), 0 HR vs. RHB:.000 (0-1), 0 HR vs. LHB:.--- (0-0), 0 HR WHIP: 3.00 Made his season debut on 9/4 vs. TOR (0.1 IP, BB, SO); 1st ML appearance since 8/14/16...Recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket on 9/1 for his 1st ML stint of Began the season on the major league 60-day DL with a right oblique strain...was reinstated on 8/17 and optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket. Made a total of 10 appearances in the minor leagues this year between High-A Salem, Short-Season Lowell, Double-A Portland, and Pawtucket. 37 -HEATH HEMBREE, RHP SV 3.58 ERA vs. ALL:.289 ( ), 9 HR vs. RHB:.277 ( ), 9 HR vs. LHB:.323 ( ), 0 HR WHIP: 1.46 Allowed 1 of 3 inherited runners to score (to Fister) in the 3rd inning Monday night at BAL (2.0 IP, 2 H, ER, BB, 2 SO)...Allowed 1 run 2 hits in the 4th inning. Ranks 3rd among BOS relievers in appearances (60), SO (68) and IP (60.1). In his last 24 games has 34 SO in 25.2 IP (11.92 SO/9.0 IP)...Averaging career-bests this year in SO/9.0 IP (10.14; 68 SO in 58.1 IP) & SO/BB ratio (3.78; 18 BB) JOE KELLY, RHP SV 2.63 ERA vs. ALL:.204 ( ), 3 HR vs. RHB:.194 ( ), 2 HR vs. LHB:.234 ( 15-64), 1 HR WHIP: 1.15 Earned the win Tuesday at BAL, throwing a perfect 10th with a season-high-tying 3 SO (all swinging) on 18 pitches...his 3rd straight scoreless app. (4.2 IP). Since 8/19 (13 appearances), has held opponents to a.167 AVG (9-for-54) with 2 XBH (2B, HR)...Includes a 1-for-19 (.053 AVG) vs. LHH. No runs allowed in 40 of 51 games this year...has a 1.23 ERA (4 ER/29.1 IP) in 28 road games in 2017; has a 4.26 ERA (12 ER/25.1 IP) in 23 games at Fenway. Posting career single-season lows in opponent AVG (.204), opponent SLG (.288), and opponent OPS (.574) this year...10 of 40 hits allowed are XBH in CRAIG KIMBREL, RHP SV 1.38 ERA vs. ALL:.131 ( ), 5 HR vs. RHB:.098 (12-122), 2 HR vs. LHB:.172 ( ), 3 HR WHIP: 0.66 Threw a scoreless 9th inning Tuesday at BAL (SO, HB, 21 pitches); has worked in 5 of the club s last 7 games...was his 9th straight scoreless outing (9.0 IP). Leads ML relievers in SO/9.0 IP (16.75), WHIP (0.66), SO (121) and opp AVG (.133)...Leads AL relievers in ERA (1.38), 2nd in SO/BB (8.64) and 3rd in SV (32). Has struck out 121 of 240 batters faced in 2017 (50.4%) SO are most for a BOS reliever in a single season since 1965 (Dick Radatz: 121 in IP). Averaging SO/9.0 IP (53 SO/27.1 IP) since All-Star break marks his 3rd career 100-SO season, career high is 127 in 2011, and had 116 in With BOS ( ), has converted 64 of 70 SVO (91.4%), including 33 of 37 in Has 3 SV of more than 3 outs in 2017 & 11 for career (last: 6/6 at NYY) AUSTIN MADDOX, RHP SV 0.00 ERA vs. ALL:.216 (11-51 ), 0 HR vs. RHB:.167 (5-30 ), 0 HR vs. LHB:.286 ( 6-21 ), 0 HR WHIP: 0.90 Finished Wednesday s win at BAL with a scoreless 9th (1.0 IP, 2 H, SO)...His 11th straight scoreless app. (13.1 IP) to begin his ML career (11 H, BB, 11 SO). Joins LHP Robby Scott (14 games) as the only other Red Sox pitcher since 1913 to not allow runs through the first 11 appearances of their ML careers. Recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket on 9/1 for 4th stint of 2017/ML career...made ML debut on 6/17 at HOU...Selected to roster on 6/15 (also recalled on 7/16). Began the season at Double-A Portland...Has been with Pawtucket since late May...In 37 games between Pawtucket and Portland has gone 2-3, 8 SV, 10 SVO, 2.92 ERA (16 ER/49.1 IP), 26 BB, 46 SO,.183 opp. AVG...Last appeared for the PawSox on 8/30 at Buffalo (1.0 IP, H, 2 BB). 24 -DAVID PRICE, LHP SV 3.71 ERA vs. ALL:.236 ( ), 8 HR vs. RHB:.246 ( ), 8 HR vs. LHB:.196 (11-56), 0 HR WHIP: 1.24 Threw 2.0 perfect innings with 2 SO (21 pitches) in his Red Sox relief debut Sunday at TB...Was his 1st appearance since coming off the DL on 9/14. Reinstated from the DL (left elbow inflammation) on 9/14...Was on the DL from 7/25-9/13, his 2nd stint of the year (other: left elbow strain from 4/3-5/28). Made his season debut for BOS on 5/29 at CWS...Made 11 starts (5-3, 3.82 ERA) for the Sox (last: 7/22 at LAA)...7 of his 11 outings were quality starts. Overall between starting and relieving, averaging 8.60 SO/9.0 IP this season (65 SO/68.0 IP) and has held opponents to a.222 AVG (14-for-63) with RISP. Has made 6 career relief appearances in the regular season: 0-0, 1.54 ERA (2 ER/11.2 IP), BB, 12 SO...Four games in 2008, 1 in 2010, and 1 this season.

6 Red Sox Game Notes BULLPEN NOTES (CONTINUED) Page ADDISON REED, RHP SV 3.92 ERA vs. ALL:.178 (13-73 ), 4 HR vs. RHB:.220 (9-41 ), 2 HR vs. LHB:.125 (4-32), 2 HR WHIP: 0.92 Threw a perfect 8th inning with 2 SO Tuesday at BAL, retired Beckham, Machado & Schoop (12 pitches)...has reached 70 games for the 2nd straight season. 19 of his 23 appearances with BOS are scoreless, including each of his last 8 (7.0 IP)...Of his 9 total runs allowed as a Red Sox, 7 have come in 2 appearances at Yankee Stadium this year (0.1 IP, 5 hits, 7 ER, 2 HR)...In his other 21 appearances for BOS, has posted a 0.89 ERA (2 ER/20.1 IP). Ranks 9th among all ML relievers this season in BB/9.0 IP (1.55) and T-13th in SO/BB ratio (6.00). Acquired from NYM in exchange for 3 MiLB pitchers on 7/31..Overall, between NYM & BOS in 2017: 2-3, 19 SV, 2.97 ERA (23 ER/69.2 IP), 12 BB, 72 SO, 71 G. 63 -ROBBY SCOTT, LHP SV 3.97 ERA vs. ALL:.186 ( ), 7 HR vs. RHB:.246 (14-57 ), 4 HR vs. LHB:.131 ( 8-61 ), 3 HR WHIP: 1.03 Retired Chris Davis (fly out), the only batter he faced in the 7th inning Monday night at BAL (0.1 IP)...Was his 1st appearance since Thursday, 9/14 vs. OAK. 43 of his 55 appearances for BOS this season are scoreless; 55 appearances rank 8th most among ML rookies in Holding LHH to a.151 AVG (11-for-73), 8 BB, 20 SO for his career (84 batters faced). 39 -CARSON SMITH, RHP SV 0.00 ERA vs. ALL:.200 (3-15 ), 0 HR vs. RHB:.167 (2-12 ), 0 HR vs. LHB:.333 ( 1-3 ), 0 HR WHIP: 1.15 Fanned 2 batters in 0.2 IP Tuesday at BAL, working in consecutive games for the 1st time in His 5th game since coming off DL (4.1 IP, 3 H, 2 BB, 5 SO). Made his season debut on 9/5 vs. TOR; threw a perfect 18th inning with 1 SO; was his 1st ML appearance since 5/14/16 vs. HOU. Began the season on 10-day DL recovering from Tommy John surgery (performed on 5/24/16)...Returned from rehab & activated from the 60-day DL on 9/5. Made 11 rehab appearances with Double-A Portland (1 G) and Pawtucket (10 G): 9.0 IP, 7 R/6 ER, 10 H, 6 SO, 6 BB...Allowed 0 runs in 8 of those outings. 76-HECTOR VELÁZQUEZ, RHP SV 3.86 ERA vs. ALL:.261 (18-69), 4 HR vs. RHB:.244 (11-45), 2 HR vs. LHB:.292 (7-24), 2 HR WHIP: 1.18 Earned the win in BOS 19-inning victory on 9/5 vs. TOR (1.0 IP, H); threw a scoreless 19th inning with 1 hit as the Sox walked off in the bottom of the 19th. Allowed 6 ER in 5.0 IP in his ML debut on 5/18 at OAK (start), but has allowed only 2 ER in 13.2 IP (1.32 ERA) over 4 appearances since (1 start). Recalled on 9/3 for the 5th ML stint of 2017/his career... At Pawtucket this year: 8-4, 2.21 ERA (25 ER/102.0 IP), 24 BB, 79 SO,.213 opp. AVG in 19 games/starts. 67-BRANDON WORKMAN, RHP SV 2.41 ERA vs. ALL:.243 (33-136), 6 HR vs. RHB:.214 (18-84), 2 HR vs. LHB:.288 (15-52), 4 HR WHIP: 1.13 Allowed 1 run - unearned - on 1 hit with 1 SO in 1.1 IP Monday at BAL; ended the 5th & threw the 6th...No runs allowed in 19 of 30 games for BOS this year. Since his most recent recall on 7/15: 28 games, 1-1, 2.25 ERA (8 ER/32.0 IP), 8 BB, 31 SO, 1.04 WHIP,.219 opp AVG (25-for-114). In his 3rd stint with the Red Sox this season...posted a career-best 14.1-inning scoreless streak from 7/24-8/20: 0.70 WHIP, 8 hits, 2 BB, 10 SO VS. CIN CAREER VS. CIN CAREER AT GREAT AMERICAN 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 Abad -- / / / Barnes -- / -- / -- / Boyer / / / Elias -- / -- / -- / Fister -- / / / Hembree -- / -- / -- / Kelly -- / / / Kimbrel -- / / / Maddox -- / -- / -- / Pomeranz / / / Porcello -- / / / Price -- / / / Reed / / / Rodriguez -- / -- / -- / Sale -- / -- / -- / Scott -- / -- / -- / Smith -- / -- / -- / Velazquez -- / -- / -- / Workman -- / -- / -- / LAST HOME RUN MULTI-HIT GAMES MULTI-RBI GAMES PLAYER DATE, OPP. PITCHER AB SINCE 2H 3H 4H 5H TOTAL 2RBI 3RBI 4RBI 5RBI 6+RBI TOTAL Benintendi 9/1/17 at NYY Gray Betts 9/20/17 at BAL Miley Bogaerts 9/18/17 at BAL Hart Bradley Jr. 9/17/17 at TB Odorizzi Davis 8/3/17 at SF Blach Devers 8/19/17 vs. NYY Warren Holt 9/7/16 at SD Campos Leon 7/26/17 at SEA Moore Lin Marrero 9/20/17 at BAL Miley Moreland 9/15/17 at TB Andriese Núñez 9/1/17 at NYY Gray Pedroia 9/9/17 vs. TB Andriese Ramirez 9/1/17 at NYY Gray Swihart 9/29/15 at NYY Mitchell Travis Vázquez 9/14/17 at OAK Gossett Young 8/6/17 vs. CWS Pelfrey vs. CIN CAREER vs. CIN CAREER AT GREAT AMERICAN PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI Benintendi Betts Bogaerts Bradley Jr Davis Devers Holt Leon Lin Marrero Moreland Nunez Pedroia Ramirez Swihart Travis Vazquez Young

7 Red Sox Game Notes 2017 REGULAR SEASON DAY-BY-DAY Page 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 1 4/3 D PITTSBURGH W T-1st -- PORCELLO (1-0) Cole (0-1) KIMBREL (1) 36,594* 1 36,594 4/4 OFF DAY 1-0 T-1st 2 4/5 N PITTSBURGH W3-0 (12) 2-0 T-1st -- KELLY (1-0) Bastardo (0-1) 36, ,731 4/6 D PITTSBURGH T-1st -- PPD (Rain) 3 4/7 D at Detroit L nd -1.0 Rodriguez (1-0) HEMBREE (0-1) 45,013* 1 45, /8 D at Detroit L rd -2.0 Zimmermann (1-0) RODRIGUEZ (0-1) Wilson (1) 32, , /9 D at Detroit W rd -1.0 BARNES (1-0) Rondon (0-1) KIMBREL (2) 33, , /10 D at Detroit L rd -1.5 Wilson (1-0) SALE (0-1) Rodriguez (2) 24, , /11 N BALTIMORE W rd -0.5 POMERANZ (1-0) Bundy (1-1) 37,497* 3 110, /12 N BALTIMORE L T-3rd -1.5 Givens (2-0) WRIGHT (0-1) 32, , /13 D PITTSBURGH W T-2nd -1.5 BARNES (2-0) Nicasio (0-2) KIMBREL (3) 32, , /14 N TAMPA BAY L th -2.5 Archer (2-0) PORCELLO (1-1) 36, , /15 D TAMPA BAY W rd -1.5 SALE (1-1) Hunter (0-1) KIMBREL (4) 36,686* 7 248, /16 D TAMPA BAY W rd -1.5 KELLY (2-0) Farquhar (0-1) KIMBREL (5) 36, , /17 D TAMPA BAY W rd -1.0 WRIGHT (1-1) Snell (0-2) KIMBREL (6) 37,318* 9 321, /18 N at Toronto W T-2nd -- JOHNSON (1-0) Stroman (1-2) 29, , /19 N at Toronto L rd -1.0 Liriano (1-1) PORCELLO (1-2) Osuna (1) 30, , /20 D at Toronto W4-1 (10) rd -1.0 KIMBREL (1-0) Grilli (0-2) 44, , /21 N at Baltimore L rd -2.0 Bundy (3-1) POMERANZ (1-1) Brach (3) 34, , /22 N at Baltimore L rd -3.0 Aquino (1-0) WRIGHT (1-2) O Day (1) 35, , /23 D at Baltimore W rd -2.0 RODRIGUEZ (1-1) Gausman (1-2) KIMBREL (7) 35, ,796 4/24 Off Day rd /25 N NEW YORK-AL 3rd -2.0 PPD (Rain) 20 4/26 N NEW YORK-AL L rd -3.0 Severino (2-1) PORCELLO (1-3) Chapman (5) 32, , /27 N NEW YORK-AL L rd -3.5 Tanaka (3-1) SALE (1-2) 34, , /28 N CHICAGO-NL W rd -2.5 POMERANZ (2-1) Arrieta (3-1) KIMBREL (8) 37,054* , /29 D CHICAGO-NL L rd -3.5 Lackey (2-3) WRIGHT (1-3) Davis (6) 36,776* , /30 N CHICAGO-NL W rd -2.5 BARNES (3-0) Uehara (0-2) 36,916* , /1 N BALTIMORE L rd -3.5 Bundy (4-1) PORCELLO (1-4) Brach (5) 33, , /2 N BALTIMORE W rd -2.5 SALE (2-2) Asher (1-1) KIMBREL (9) 32, , /3 N BALTIMORE W rd -2.5 POMERANZ (3-1) Gausman (1-3) KIMBREL (10) 33, , /4 N BALTIMORE L rd -3.0 Wilson (2-1) KENDRICK (0-1) 36, , /5 N at Minnesota L rd -4.0 Kintzler (1-0) BARNES (3-1) 28, , /6 D at Minnesota W rd -4.0 PORCELLO (2-4) Tepesch (0-1) 30, , /7 D at Minnesota W rd -4.0 SALE (3-2) Santana (5-1) 31, ,125 5/8 Off Day rd /9 N at Milwaukee L rd -5.0 Torres (2-3) POMERANZ (3-2) 22, , /10 N at Milwaukee L rd -5.0 Scahill (1-1) KENDRICK (0-2) 23, , /11 D at Milwaukee W rd -4.5 KIMBREL (2-0) Feliz (0-4) 26, , /12 N TAMPA BAY L rd -4.5 Cobb (3-3) PORCELLO (2-5) Colome (9) 36, , /13 D TAMPA BAY W rd -3.5 SALE (4-2) Snell (0-4) KIMBREL (11) 35, , /14 D TAMPA BAY L rd -4.0 Andriese (3-1) POMERANZ (3-3) 35, ,906 5/15 OFF DAY rd /16 N at St. Louis W rd -4.0 RODRIGUEZ (2-1) Lynn (4-2) KIMBREL (12) 41, , /17 N at St. Louis W5-4 (13) rd -4.0 ABAD (1-0) Tuivailala (2-1) TAYLOR (1) 44, , /18 N at Oakland L rd -4.0 Gray (1-1) VELÁZQUEZ (0-1) 12, , /19 N at Oakland L2-3 (10) rd -4.0 Dull (2-2) HEMBREE (0-2) 24, , /20 D at Oakland L th -4.5 Manaea (2-3) TAYLOR (0-1) 20, , /21 D at Oakland W rd -4.0 RODRIGUEZ (3-1) Triggs (5-3) 20, ,792 5/22 Off Day rd /23 N TEXAS W rd -3.5 PORCELLO (3-5) Cashner (1-4) 34, , /24 N TEXAS W rd -3.5 SALE (5-2) Dyson (1-5) 36, , /25 N TEXAS W rd -3.0 POMERANZ (4-3) Martínez (1-3) 33, , /26 N SEATTLE W nd -2.0 RODRIGUEZ (4-1) Gallardo (2-5) KIMBREL (13) 35, , /27 D SEATTLE W nd -2.0 JOHNSON (2-0) Whalen (0-1) 36,985* , /28 D SEATTLE L nd -3.0 Bergman (2-2) PORCELLO (3-6) 37,174* , /29 D at Chicago-AL L nd -3.0 Minaya (1-0) BARNES (3-2) Robertson (8) 27, , /30 N at Chicago-AL W nd -3.0 SALE (6-2) Quintana (2-7) KIMBREL (14) 21, , /31 N at Chicago-AL W nd -2.0 POMERANZ (5-3) Swarzack (2-1) KIMBREL (15) 19, , /1 N at Baltimore L nd -3.0 Miley (2-3) RODRIGUEZ (4-2) 20, , /2 N at Baltimore L rd -3.0 Asher (2-3) PORCELLO (3-7) BRACH (11) 33, , /3 N at Baltimore W nd -3.0 PRICE (1-0) Bundy (6-4) KIMBREL (16) 35, , /4 D at Baltimore W nd -2.0 SALE (7-2) Tillman (1-3) 31, ,499 6/5 Off Day nd /6 N at New York-AL W nd -1.0 POMERANZ (6-3) Tanaka (5-6) KIMBREL (17) 41, , /7 N at New York-AL L nd -2.0 Sabathia (7-2) PORCELLO (3-8) 44, , /8 N at New York-AL L nd -3.0 Pineda (7-3) PRICE (1-1) 46,194* , /9 N DETROIT W nd -3.0 BARNES (4-3) Wilson (1-3) KIMBREL (18) 36,853* , /10 N DETROIT W nd -3.0 SALE (8-2) Saupold (1-1) 37,162* 29 1,029, /11 N DETROIT L nd -4.0 Norris (3-4) POMERANZ (6-4) 35, ,064, /12 N PHILADELPHIA W 6-5 (11) nd -4.0 BARNES (5-2) Fien (0-1) 36,757* 31 1,101, /13 N PHILADELPHIA W4-3 (12) nd -3.0 ABAD (2-0) Garcia (1-1) 37,141* 32 1,138, /14 N at Philadelphia W nd -2.0 VELÁZQUEZ (1-1) Hellickson (5-5) 28, ,021, /15 N at Philadelphia L nd -2.0 Pivetta (2-1) SALE (8-3) Neris (6) 30, ,052, /16 N at Houston W nd -1.0 KELLY (3-0) Harris (2-2) KIMBREL (19) 36, ,088, /17 N at Houston L nd -1.0 Paulino (1-0) PORCELLO (3-9) * 36 1,129, /18 N at Houston W nd -- PRICE (2-1) Musgrove (4-6) KIMBREL (20) 38, ,168, /19 N at Kansas City L nd -0.5 Hammel (4-6) BOYER (0-1) Herrera (16) 27, ,196, /20 N at Kansas City W st +0.5 SALE (9-3) Strahm (2-4) 25, ,222, /21 D at Kansas City L nd -0.5 Soria (3-2) SCOTT (0-1) Herrera (17) 30, ,252,977 6/22 Off Day nd /23 N LA ANGELS W nd -- PORCELLO (4-9) Meyer (3-4) 37,034* 33 1,175, /24 N LA ANGELS L nd -- Ramirez (7-5) PRICE (2-2) Parker (4) 36,868* 34 1,212, /25 D LA ANGELS L nd -- Bridwell (2-0) FISTER (0-1) Petit (1) 36,474* 35 1,249, /26 N MINNESOTA W nd -- SALE (10-3) Berríos (7-2) KIMBREL (21) 37,172* 36 1,286, /27 N MINNESOTA W st +1.0 POMERANZ (7-4) Santiago (4-7) 36,804* 37 1,323, /28 N MINNESOTA L nd -- Mejía (3-3) PORCELLO (4-10) Kintzler (21) 37,487* 38 1,360, /29 N MINNESOTA W st +1.0 PRICE (3-2) Gibson (4-6) KIMBREL (22) 37,445* 39 1,398, /30 N at Toronto W7-4(11) st +1.0 BOYER (1-1) Loup (2-2) KIMBREL (23) 41, ,294, /1 D at Toronto W st +2.0 SALE (11-3) Liriano (4-4) 46,672* 42 1,341, /2 D at Toronto W st +3.0 POMERANZ (8-4) Biagini (2-8) ABAD (1) 46,696* 43 1,387, /3 N at Texas W7-5(11) st +3.0 HEMBREE (1-2) Frieri (0-1) 45, ,433, /4 N at Texas W st +4.0 PRICE (4-2) Darvish (6-7) 43, ,476, /5 N at Texas L st +4.0 Cashner (4-7) FISTER (0-2) 32, ,508, /6 N at Tampa Bay L st +3.5 Faria (4-0) SALE (11-4) Colome (23) 23, ,532, /7 N at Tampa Bay W st +4.5 POMERANZ (9-4) Odorizzi (5-4) 24, ,556, /8 D at Tampa Bay L st +3.5 Cobb (7-6) PORCELLO (4-11) Colome (24) 23, ,580, /9 D at Tampa Bay L st +3.5 Boxberger (1-0) KELLY (3-1) Colome (25) 20, ,601,141 7/10 ALL-STAR BREAK 7/11 ALL-STAR BREAK 7/12 ALL-STAR BREAK 7/13 ALL-STAR BREAK 90 7/14 N NEW YORK-AL W st +3.5 SCOTT (1-1) Chapman (2-1) 37,570* 40 1,435, /15 D NEW YORK-AL L1-4(16) st +2.5 Heller (1-0) FISTER (0-3) 36,936* 41 1,472, /16 D NEW YORK-AL L st +2.5 Sabathia (8-3) PORCELLO (4-12) Chapman (12) 37,343* 42 1,509, /16 N NEW YORK-AL W st +3.0 PRICE (5-2) Tanaka (7-9) KIMBREL (24) 36,719* 43 1,546, /17 N TORONTO L st +2.0 Tepera (5-1) HEMBREE (1-3) Osuna (23) 36, ,582, /18 N TORONTO W5-4(15) st +2.0 VELÁZQUEZ (2-1) Bolsinger (0-3) 36, ,619, /19 N TORONTO W st +3.0 POMERANZ (10-4) Sanchez (1-3) 37,360* 46 1,656, /20 D TORONTO L st +2.5 Leone (2-0) FISTER (0-4) Osuna (24) 37,094* 47 1,693, /21 N at LA Angels W st +3.5 SALE (12-4) Nolasco (4-11) 37, ,638, /22 N at LA Angels L st +3.5 Ramirez (9-8) PRICE (5-3) 43,829* 52 1,682, /23 D at LA Angels L st +2.5 Bridwell (4-1) PORCELLO (4-13) Norris (15) 40, ,723, /24 N at Seattle L st +2.0 Paxon (10-3) RODRIGUEZ (4-3) 29, ,752, /25 N at Seattle L5-6(13) st +1.0 Zych (5-2) FISTER (0-5) 28, ,781, /26 D at Seattle W st +1.0 SALE (13-4) Moore (1-3) KIMBREL (25) 39, ,821,206 7/27 Off Day st +0.5