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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 (59-49) vs. CHICAGO WHITE SOX (41-64) Thursday, August 3, :10 p.m. ET Fenway Park Boston, MA RHP Rick Porcello (4-14, 4.55) vs. RHP Miguel Gonzalez (5-9, 4.59) Game #109 Home Game #53 TV: NESN Radio: WEEI 93.7 FM, WCEC 1490 AM/103.7 FM (Spanish) STATE OF THE SOX: The Red Sox have won 4 of their last 6 games, including 3 of their last 4 and each of their last 2. The Sox are 1 game behind their 2016 pace (60-48)... Last year s squad dropped 4 of its next 5, falling to through 113 games. AMERICAN LEAGUE S BEST RECORDS RK. TEAM RECORD RUN DIFF 1. Houston (.645) Boston (.546) Cleveland (.543) +95 SCHEDULE CHANGE: Last night s game vs. CLE was postponed due to rain...it will be made up on 8/14 at 6:10 p.m. The Red Sox continue a 10-day, 10-game homestand tonight, as part of a stretch of 24 games in 24 days out of the All-Star break. Following this 10-game homestand, the Sox will play only 7 games in 11 days from 8/7-17, with off days on 8/7 in TB, 8/10 in NY, 8/14 in BOS, and 8/17 in BOS. EASTERN STANDARD: The Red Sox entered today with a 1.0-game lead over the Yankees in the AL East...Since the start of play on 6/19, BOS has begun 33 days in sole possession of 1st place, 7 days in a tie for 1st, and 6 days a half-game behind NYY...The Sox have not faced a full-game deficit since falling to on 6/17. IT S A WALK-OFF: The Red Sox have 7 walk-off wins this season, 4 more than they had in all of 2016 (3)...6 of the Sox last 13 wins at Fenway have come in walk-off fashion (all since 6/12), including 4 of the last 7. HEATING UP: In their last 4 games, the Red Sox have averaged 7.5 runs and hit.338 (50-for-148) with 19 XBH (13 2B, 3B, 5 HR), a.408 OBP, and a.541 SLG. The Sox are 23-4 (.852) this season when hitting 2+ HR, having won each of their last 4 such games. CONNECT FOUR: The Red Sox are (.818) when scoring at least 4 runs, the majors 2nd-highest winning percentage behind only LAD (.899, 62-7)...The Sox are 28-3 (.903) in such games since 6/3. RISPY BUSINESS: The Red Sox went 7-for-12 with RISP on Tuesday and 5-for-13 on Monday...In 13 games since 7/19, BOS is batting.371 with RISP (39-for-105)...Overall, the Sox own the AL s highest OBP with RISP (.364). Eduardo Núñez ranks 2nd in the majors in AVG with RISP (.431)...He is 22-for-44 (.500) with RISP since 5/14. Mookie Betts ranks 2nd in the AL and 5th in the majors in AVG with RISP (.414)...Since 7/17, he is 9-for-14 (.643) with RISP. DEADLINE DIVIDENDS: Eduardo Núñez is 11-for-22 (.500) with 9 RBI and 6 XBH (4 2B, 2 HR) in only 5 games since joining the Red Sox...In 3 of those games, he recorded multiple XBH and multiple RBI. Núñez has hit safely in 42 of his last 47 games since 5/12, batting.369 (72-for-195) with a.946 OPS in that time...his.369 AVG since 5/12 ranks 3rd in the majors (min. 100 AB). BOSTON BACKSTOPS: Christian Vázquez has recorded multiple hits in each of the Sox last 4 games, going 10-for- 17 (.588) with 5 XBH, 6 RBI, 6 runs, and 0 SO in that time. Vázquez recorded his 1st career walk-off RBI on Tuesday, nearly 4 months after Sandy Leon hit a walk-off HR vs. PIT on 4/5...Elias notes that the only other season in which 2 different Red Sox catchers hit game-ending homers was 1995, when Mike Macfarlane connected against NYY on 5/14 and Bill Haselman did the same vs. TOR on 6/27. MANAGING EXPECTATIONS: At (.526), John Farrell is only 2 wins shy of becoming the 8th manager to lead the Red Sox to 400 victories. MATCHING SOX: The Red Sox are against the White Sox since The home team has not won any of the last 7 series, with BOS going at Guaranteed Rate Field and CWS going at Fenway Park in that span. Eduardo Núñez ranks 1st among active players in AVG (.370) and 2nd in OPS (1.087) against the White Sox (min. 100 AB), having gone 37-for-100 with 17 XBH (11 2B, 2 3B, 5 HR) in 35 career games vs. CWS...In fact, his.370 AVG and OPS against CWS are each the 2nd-highest for any player since 1940 (min. 100 AB). CLOSE CALLS: Each of the Red Sox 21 games since 7/8 has been decided by 4 runs or fewer...6 of the Sox last 8 losses have been by either 1 or 2 runs. TOUGH LUCK: Rick Porcello has lost each of his last 4 starts, despite posting a 2.79 ERA (9 ER/29.0 IP) with 24 SO and only 2 BB in those games. BOS has scored 0 runs with Porcello in the game in 10 of his starts; he received the loss in each of those outings...he has lost a ML-high 9 quality starts this season, the most by a Red Sox pitcher since 1930 (Milt Gaston-9)...The last ML pitcher with more such losses in a season was Melido Perez in 1992 (12). Porcello has thrown 6.0+ innings in 39 of his last 40 starts, including each of his last 19, the longest active streak in the majors. DEVERS ENDEAVORS: Rafael Devers (20 years, 283 days old today) is 12-for-28 (.429) with a.500 OBP since making his ML debut on 7/25...According to Elias, that is the 2ndmost hits ever by a Red Sox player through their first 7 ML games, trailing only Olaf Henriksen (14 hits in 1911). Devers has reached base via hit or BB in each of his first 7 ML games, reaching multiple times in 6 of those...he has hit safely in each of his last 6 games. HOME, SWEET HOME: BOS is (.615) at Fenway Park this season, tied for the highest home winning percentage in the AL and tied for the 3rd-highest in the majors. BOSTON S HOME/ROAD SPLITS STAT HOME (AL RANK) ROAD (AL RANK) WIN %.615 (T-1st).482 (4th) ERA 3.40 (1st) 4.04 (2nd) AVG.274 (4th).252 (7th) PITCHING IN: The Red Sox lead the AL and rank 3rd in the majors in ERA (3.72)...BOS has not finished a season as the AL s ERA leader since 2007 (3.87); the club last finished a season with an ERA of 3.75 or lower in 2002 (3.75). In their last 33 games since 6/26, the Sox have posted a 3.21 ERA, 0.49 lower than any other AL team. Red Sox starting pitchers have a 3.33 ERA in 38 games since 6/20, 0.38 lower than any other AL club. WHAT A RELIEF: The Red Sox bullpen ranks 3rd in the majors in ERA (3.01) behind only CLE (2.90) and LAD (2.91)...BOS relievers have not finished a season with an ERA below 3.10 in 50 years (2.90 in 1967). REHAB NEWS: Joe Kelly made his 1st rehab appearance last night with Triple-A Pawtucket vs. Syracuse, tossing a perfect 7th inning on 8 pitches (1 SO)...Kelly was placed on the 10-day DL on 7/15 with a left hamstring strain. In 34 games this season, Kelly has a 1.49 ERA (6 ER/36.1 IP), a 1.10 WHIP, and a.189 opponent AVG... Prior to allowing 2 ER on 7/9 at TB, he had made 23 consecutive scoreless appearances. REGULAR SEASON BREAKDOWN AL East Standing... 1st, 1.0 GA Home/Road /27-29 Day/Night /41-32 April/May/June /16-12/16-12 July/August /1-0 vs. AL East vs. AL Central vs. AL West vs. National League vs. RH/LH starter /11-12 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 /7-11 Walk-offs Extra innings (home/road) /4-2 Series openers/finales /19-16 Series W-L-T (home) Series W-L-T (road) Series W-L-T (total) Series sweeps (home/road) /2-0 Come-from-behind wins...24 VS. THE WHITE SOX All-Time In Boston In Chicago At Guaranteed Rate Field In Boston In Chicago DATE H/R SCORE WP LP 5/29 R L4-5 Minaya Barnes 5/30 R W13-7 Sale Quintana 5/31 R W4-1 Pomeranz Swarzak UPCOMING SCHEDULE AND PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUPS DATE OPP. BOS TIME RED SOX STARTER OPPOSING STARTER TV Fri., 8/4 vs. CWS 7:10 p.m. LHP Eduardo Rodriguez (4-3, 4.16) LHP Carlos Rodon (1-4, 5.23) NESN Sat., 8/5 vs. CWS 7:10 p.m. LHP Drew Pomeranz (10-4, 3.46) RHP James Shields (2-3, 6.19) NESN Sun., 8/6 vs. CWS 1:35 p.m. RHP Doug Fister (1-5, 5.18) RHP Mike Pelfrey (3-9, 5.04) NESN Mon., 8/7 Off Day Red Sox on the Radio: All regular season games are broadcast in English on WEEI 93.7 FM and network affiliates, and in Spanish on WCEC 1490 AM/103.7 FM. * Special thanks to the Elias Sports Bureau, Baseball-Reference.com, and STATS Inc. * MOST WINS, RED SOX MANAGERS Rk. Manager Wins 5. Jimmy Collins Jimy Williams Don Zimmer John Farrell RED SOX TEAM LEADERS Batting Hits...Betts (118) Doubles...Betts (31) Triples... Bogaerts (4) HR... Betts/Ramirez (17) RBI...Betts (67) Runs...Betts (73) SB...Betts (17) BB...Betts (49) AVG (min. 100 AB)... Pedroia (.307) OBP (min. 100 AB)... Pedroia (.381) SLG (min. 100 AB)...Betts (.462) OPS (min. 100 AB)...Betts (.809) Pitching ERA (min IP)...Kelly (1.49) Strikeouts...Sale (216) Wins...Sale (13) Saves...Kimbrel (25) Appearances... Barnes (49) Starts...Porcello/Sale (22) Innings (Starter)...Sale (153.1) Innings (Reliever)... Barnes (51.0) Opponent AVG (min IP)... Kimbrel (.142) WHIP (min IP)...Kimbrel (0.67)

2 TONIGHT S STARTING PITCHER Red Sox Game Notes Page 2 22-RICK PORCELLO, RHP 4-14, 4.55 ERA W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG CAREER TONIGHT S START: Allowed 4 R over 7.0 IP in his last start on 7/28 vs. KC (L, 6 H, BB, 5 SO). Tossed 7.0+ IP in each of his last 2 starts, his 1st pair of consecutive such starts this year. In his last 4 starts, has a 2.79 ERA (9 ER/29.0 IP), a 0.97 WHIP, 24 SO, and 2 BB...Has limited opposing hitters to a.239 AVG (26-for-109) in those outings. Has tossed a complete game and received the loss in 2 of his last 4 starts. Has a 1.39 BB/9.0 IP ratio (17 BB/110.0 IP) in 17 starts since 5/1/17 (94 SO). Has tossed 6.0+ IP in each of his last 19 starts (3-13, 4.15 ERA), the longest active streak in the majors...is the 2nd-longest such streak of his career (20 starts from 6/28/16-4/9/17). Has tossed 6.0+ IP in 39 of his last 40 outings since 6/28/16. His 40 quality starts since the beginning of 2016 are tied for the 2nd-most in the AL during that time (Sale-41, Verlander-40) and tied for the 3rd-most in MLB (Scherzer-43). His 8.08 SO/9.0 IP ratio this season is the highest single-season mark of his career. Has received 0 R of support in 10 of his 22 outings this season, and 2 or fewer R in RANKINGS: Had a 3.06 ERA (12 ER/35.1 IP) over 5 starts in July, the 13th-lowest mark among AL qualifi ers. Is 1 of 6 ML pitchers with multiple complete games, and is 1 of 4 AL pitchers to do so. Ranks 3rd among AL leaders in BB/9.0 IP ratio (1.67) and 5th in SO/BB ratio (4.85). Is also among AL leaders in IP (T-5th, 140.1), SO (T-9th, 126), and quality starts (T-5th, 14). Has issued 1 or 0 BB in 16 starts this season, trailing only Josh Tomlin (17) for the most such starts in the AL (4th in MLB, Samardzija-17, Nova-17). AT HOME: Has a 4.26 ERA (12 ER/25.1 IP) over his last 4 home starts (4 BB, 25 SO). VS. WHITE SOX: His 10 career wins vs. the club are tied for his most against any single opponent (MIN, CLE, TB). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 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 , 2x, last 7/23 at LAA 11, 3x, last 5/28 vs. SEA 8, 4/14 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 --- 1, 4x, last 6/23 5, last 6/28-present , 5.01 ERA, 12 GS 1-6, 4.05 ERA, 10 GS.291 ( ), 25 HR.283 (80-283), 13 HR.299 (87-291), 12 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 9, 4x, last 9/4/13 at BOS 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 57-45, 4.37 ERA, 130 GS 54-50, 4.10 ERA, 137 G, 133 GS.277 ( ), 184 HR.287 ( ), 103 HR.265 ( ), 81 HR 1.31 VS. WHITE SOX W-L ERA G GS IP H ER HR BB SO CAREER at FENWAY Is with a 3.77 ERA (296 ER/707.0 IP) in 114 career games (111 starts) after the All-Star break...was 11-2 with a 2.75 ERA (32 ER/110.0 IP) in 15 such starts last season. Is the only qualifi ed ML pitcher to post a BB/9.0 IP ratio of 2.00 or lower in each of the last 4 seasons (2014-present). Over the course of his career, has issued 2.01 BB/9.0 IP, the lowest rate in the AL among active pitchers and the 2nd-lowest in the majors (min. 1,000.0 IP) REGULAR SEASON GAME LOG 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 WHITE SOX CAREER VS. PORCELLO PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Abreu Anderson Davidson Delmonico Engel L. Garcia Hanson Moncada Narvaez Saladino Sanchez Smith RED SOX CAREER vs. GONZALEZ PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Benintendi Betts Bogaerts Bradley Jr Devers Holt Leon Moreland Núñez Ramirez Vázquez 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 4-3, 4.16 ERA W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG CAREER TOMORROW S START: Is 1-0 with a 3.38 ERA (10 ER/26.2 IP) in 5 home starts this season...the Sox are 4-1 in those. Has made 1 career start vs. CWS, on 6/22/16 at Fenway Park (ND, 6.0 IP, 4 H, 4 R, 2 BB, 7 SO). GAME LOG SINCE BEING ACTIVATED FROM DL ON 7/17 DATE OPP DEC IP H R ER BB SO 7/17 TOR /24 at SEA L /29 KC ERA

3 Red Sox Game Notes BATTING NOTES Page ANDREW BENINTENDI, OF.262 AVG 12 HR 54 RBI.344 OBP.404 SLG vs. RHP: (.269), 12 HR TUESDAY: DNP HOMESTAND: 1-9, R, BB CURRENT STREAK: 0-8 vs. LHP: (.224), 0 HR CLE SERIES: --- SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 7 G (6/18-26) Has reached base in 7 of his last 9 games...since May, has a.509 SLG vs. AL Central clubs, batting.273 (15-for-55) with 2 2B, 3B, 3 HR, and 9 RBI in 15 games. His 45 BB are already 2nd-most by a Red Sox rookie since 2000, trailing only Dustin Pedroia in 2007 (47)...Ranks 4th in the last 40 seasons. Ranks T-2nd on the team with 7 game-winning RBI...Gave the Red Sox a walk-off win with a bases-loaded walk on 7/14, driving in his 2nd career walk-off RBI (also 6/13 vs. PHI, 12th-inning single)...was the first walk-off walk drawn by a Red Sox hitter since 9/23/00 vs. BAL (Trot Nixon, 10th inning). Posted a career-long 17-game on-base streak from 6/18-7/8 (.328/20-for-61, 4 2B, 3B, 3 HR, 12 RBI, 13 BB), the longest such streak by a Sox hitter this season. Drove in 51 runs in the first half, the most by a Boston rookie before the All-Star break since Fred Lynn (71) and Jim Rice (61) in Has 9 stolen bases, 2nd-most among AL rookies and what was the 4th-most by a Sox rookie before the All-Star break in the last 71 seasons. Over his career with RISP, has hit.340 (35-for-103) with a.952 OPS, including a.364 clip (20-for-55) with a OPS with RISP and 2 outs MOOKIE BETTS, OF.273 AVG 17 HR 67 RBI.347 OBP.462 SLG vs. RHP: (.265), 14 HR TUESDAY: 2-4, 2 R, RBI, BB HOMESTAND: 6-22, 6 RBI, 2 BB, SF CURRENT STREAK: 3 G (5-12, 3 R, 4 RBI) vs. LHP: (.308), 3 HR CLE SERIES: 4-9, 3 R, 4 RBI, BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 8 G (7/16-22) Singled twice and drove in his team-leading 67th RBI Tuesday night...ranks 2nd in the AL with 151 multi-hit games since Has reached base in his last 17 home games, hitting in 15...Is batting.333 (25-for-75) with 13 runs, 2B, 2 HR, and 15 RBI in those games. Has 12 RBI in his last 10 home games...drove in 3 Monday for the 8th time this season, including his team-leading 16th go-ahead and 8th game-winning RBI. Ranks 2nd in the AL with a.414 AVG (36-for-87) with RISP, and 4th with a OPS...Leads the AL with a.377 AVG (86-for-228) with RISP since Ranks among AL leaders with 433 AB (1st), 31 2B (T-4th), 73 R (5th), 118 hits (10th), 67 RBI (T-12th), and 48 XBH (T-9th)...Leads the AL since 2015 with 287 R, 115 2B (tied), and 194 XBH. Has multiple hits in 4 of his last 5 games vs. CWS (.333/.360/.708), including consecutive games with a 2B and a HR on 5/29 & 5/30 at CWS. Has put the ball in play on 54.9% of his swings, 3.3% more than any other ML hitter...ranks 4th in MLB in percentage of pitches taken (63.0%). Is 1 of 5 ML players this season with 15+ HR and 15+ SB...Ranks 2nd in the AL since last year in SB% (86.0) and 5th in SB (43). Did not play on 7/26, snapping a streak of 98 straight starts, the longest by a BOS player since Mo Vaughn started 153 straight in (source: Elias) XANDER BOGAERTS, SS.281 AVG 6 HR 43 RBI.337 OBP.409 SLG vs. RHP: (.278), 5 HR TUESDAY: 1-5, R, 2B HOMESTAND: 5-21, 2 R, 2B, BB CURRENT STREAK: 4 G (5-17, 2 R, 2B, BB) vs. LHP: (.299), 1 HR CLE SERIES: 2-9, R, 2B SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 15 G (4/27-5/12) Has hit safely in his last 4 games, going 5-for-17 with 2 runs, a 2B, and a walk. Is batting.294 (58-for-197) in 50 home games this season...since 2015, leads the AL with 270 hits at home and ranks 4th with a.325 home AVG. Is a.309 (30-for-97) career hitter vs. the White Sox, including a.386 clip (22-for-57) in his last 14 such games...has 6 RBI in his last 5 games vs. the club. His.334 career AVG vs. AL Central clubs is the 2nd-best since the division formed in 1994 (min. 400 AB)...Has hit.387 (80-for-208) in his last 48 G vs. the division. Is batting.299 (20-for-67) vs. LHP, but 30 of his 33 XBH have come off RHP...Since 2015, ranks 2nd in the AL with a.330 AVG vs. LHP. 22 of his last 39 hits have come with 2 strikes...ranks 2nd in the majors with 58 2-strike hits this season, and 6th in the AL in AVG with 2 strikes (.259). Is batting.293 (27-for-92) with RISP this season, including a.321 clip (9-for-28) with RISP and 2 outs JACKIE BRADLEY JR., OF.260 AVG 12 HR 41 RBI.334 OBP.434 SLG vs. RHP: (.239), 9 HR TUESDAY: 0-4, BB HOMESTAND: 2-18, 2 R, 3 BB, RBI, SF CURRENT STREAK: 0-13 vs. LHP: (.333), 3 HR CLE SERIES: 0-8, BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 8 G (6/9-16) Snapped a 5-game hitting streak Sunday (.350/7-for-20), walking once in 4 PA...Is 0 for his last 13. Has reached base in each of his last 13 games vs. CWS, posting a.434 OBP (.250/10-for-40, 6 R, 2B, 2 HR, 8 RBI, 9 BB, 4 HBP). Is tied for 11th in the AL with a.333 AVG vs. LHP this season, ranking 15th with a.940 OPS (min. 50 AB)...Is batting.351 (20-for-57) vs. lefties since 5/30. The Sox are (.800) in his 50 career games with a HR and (.713) in his 129 games with an RBI. Has hit safely in 35 of his last 48 games and in 42 of his last 59...Was batting.171 through 5/12, but has posted a.284/.360/.473 batting line in 70 games since 5/13 (75-for-264, 18 2B, 3B, 10 HR) RAFAEL DEVERS, 3B.429 AVG 2 HR 4 RBI.500 OBP.714 SLG vs. RHP: 9-20 (.450), 2 HR TUESDAY: 2-4, 2 R, BB HOMESTAND: 10-20, 4 R, 2 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 BB CURRENT STREAK: 6 G (12-24, 2 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI) vs. LHP: 3-8 (.375), 0 HR CLE SERIES: 6-8, 2 R, 2B, RBI, BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 6 G (7/26-pres.) Has reached base safely in each of his first 7 career games, hitting in his last 6...Is batting.429/.500/.714/1.214 (12-for-28, 6 R, 2 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 4 BB). His 12 hits through 7 games are the most by any Red Sox hitter in his first 7 career games since Olaf Henriksen in 1911 (14, source: Elias). The only other Red Sox with a 4-hit game (7/31 vs. CLE) at the age of 20 or younger are Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Dalton Jones, and Tony Conigliaro. Hit his 2nd career HR Sunday, 1st at Fenway...Became the fi rst Red Sox hitter to homer in 2 of his fi rst 5 games since Will Middlebrooks in The only other Sox hitters since 1970 to do so are Sam Horn (1987), Mo Vaughn (1991), and Bill Selby (1996). Homered for his first ML hit on 7/26 at SEA, becoming the youngest Red Sox hitter to HR since Tony Conigliaro in September of Added to the ML roster on 7/24 and made his ML debut the following day as the youngest active player in MLB (20 years, 274 days)...the last younger Sox player to appear in a game was Jeff Suppan in 1995 (20), and the last younger Sox position player to play in a game was Luis Alvarado in (19-20) BROCK HOLT, INF/OF.228 AVG 0 HR 3 RBI.318 OBP.246 SLG vs. RHP: (.217), 0 HR TUESDAY: 2-3, 2B, RBI HOMESTAND: 3-6, R, 2B, RBI, 2 BB CURRENT STREAK: 3 G (4-11, 2B, RBI, 2 BB) vs. LHP: 3-11 (.273), 0 HR CLE SERIES: 3-6, 2B, RBI, 2 BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 3 G (7/26-pres.) Has reached in 5 of his last 8 PA, including a 2B Tuesday night, his fi rst XBH of the year...has hit safely in 3 straight games with an AB for the 1st time this year. Has multiple hits in 4 of his 9 games vs. the White Sox, including 3 of his last 5...Is batting.350 (7-for-20) with 4 runs in those 5 games. Is a career.303 hitter (174-for-574) with runners on base, compared to a.246 clip with the bases empty. Since the start of last season, ranks 9th in the AL with a.313 AVG with 2 outs (36-for-115, min. 100 AB). 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 7/4/17 at TEX Martinez Betts 7/16/17 vs. NYY Tanaka Bogaerts 7/5/17 at TEX Cashner Bradley Jr. 7/7/17 at TB Odorizzi Devers 7/30/17 vs. KC Hammel Holt 9/7/16 at SD Campos Leon 7/26/17 at SEA Moore Moreland 8/1/17 vs. CLE Carrasco Núñez 7/19/17 vs. KC Cahill Ramirez 7/25/17 at SEA Hernandez Vázquez 8/1/17 vs. CLE Allen Young 7/18/17 vs. TOR Happ

4 Red Sox Game Notes BATTING NOTES (CONTINUED) Page SANDY LEON, C.243 AVG 6 HR 27 RBI.298 OBP.386 SLG vs. RHP: (.234), 5 HR TUESDAY: DNP HOMESTAND: 1-3, R, 2B, RBI, BB CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (1-1, R, 2B) vs. LHP: (.269), 1 HR CLE SERIES: --- SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 5 G (3x, last 6/20-7/1) Entered Saturday's game in the 9th, led off the 10th with his 9th 2B of the year, and scored the walk-off run...is 5-for-8 (.625) with 2 XBH this season in extras. Over the last 3 homestands (since 6/23), is batting.321 (9-for-28) with 4 runs, 3 2B, HR, 6 RBI, and a.942 OPS in 10 games. Hit his 6th HR of the season in Wednesday's win...5 of his 6 HR this season have come with runners on...the Sox are 11-3 when he drives in a run. Drove in the go-ahead run in the top of the 13th inning on 7/25 at SEA, his 2nd go-ahead hit in extra innings this season (also a walk-off 3-run HR in the 12th inning on 4/5 vs. PIT)...Is tied for 2nd in the AL with 4 extra-inning RBI this year...leads the majors with 4 RBI in the 12th inning or later. Is batting.317 (13-for-41) with a OPS (4 2B, 4 HR) with RISP this season...is 5-for-13 with a 2B and 2 HR with RISP and 2 outs (1.390 OPS). Leads the AL with a 3.35 catcher's ERA (2nd in MLB)...Ranks 2nd among active catchers (min. 100 GS) with a 39.2 career CCS% (40-for-102) MITCH MORELAND, 1B.240 AVG 13 HR 48 RBI.331 OBP.413 SLG vs. RHP: (.247), 13 HR TUESDAY: 2-5, 3 R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI HOMESTAND: 4-15, 6 R, 2 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 3 BB CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (2-5, 3 R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI) vs. LHP: (.200), 0 HR CLE SERIES: 2-7, 5 R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 10 G (6/4-16) Hit his 13th HR of the year Tuesday, a 3-run shot in the 2nd...Was his fi rst 3+-run HR since a grand slam on 8/27/16 with TEX vs. CLE, also off Carlos Carrasco. Finished Tuesday with a career-high-tying 3 runs scored (5th time, last 6/2/15 vs. CWS)...Was his 4th game this season with multiple XBH (last 6/9 vs. DET). Has reached base multiple times in each of his last 3 games, going 4-for-11 (.364) with 5 runs scored, 2 2B, HR, 4 RBI, and 2 BB. Has drawn 44 BB in 399 PA, his most since a career-high 45 in 2013 (in 518 PA)...Has a career-best 9.07 PA/BB rate. Hit a 2-run HR in the 9th inning on 5/30 at CWS...Has a.545 OBP and a OPS in his last 5 games vs. the club EDUARDO NÚÑEZ, INF/OF.500 AVG 2 HR 9 RBI.542 OBP.955 SLG vs. RHP: 8-17 (.471), 2 HR TUESDAY: 3-5, 2 2B, 4 RBI HOMESTAND: 11-22, 3 R, 4 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, BB, HBP, 2 SB CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (6-10, 2 R, 4 2B, 6 RBI) vs. LHP: 3-5 (.600), 0 HR CLE SERIES: 6-10, R, 4 2B, 6 RBI, SB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 12 G (5/12-26) Recorded 3 hits Tuesday for the 10th time this year, including 5 of his last 9 games...drove in a career-high-tying 4 runs (3rd time, last 8/13/13 with NYY vs. LAA). Has 3 hits, 2 2B, and 2+ RBI in each of the last 2 games...only 3 other Sox hitters since 1913 have had consecutive such games (last David Ortiz, 5/23-25/04). Is 20 for his last 38 (.526) with 6 2B, 2 HR, 13 RBI, and a OPS in those 9 games. Leads active hitters with a.370 AVG (37-for-100) and a.417 OBP vs. CWS, ranking 2nd with a.670 SLG and a OPS (min. 100 AB)...Has hit safely in his last 14 starts vs. the club, batting.418 (23-for-55) with 14 runs, 7 2B, 2 3B, 3 HR, 10 RBI, and a OPS. Has reached base in 13 of 24 PA since joining Boston on Friday (.500/11-for-22, 3 R, 4 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI)...Has 12 game-tying or go-ahead RBI this season, including 4 since joining Boston. Ranks 2nd in the majors with a.431 batting average with RISP (31-for-72, 7 2B,.969 OPS)...Has 22 hits in his last 44 such AB since 5/14 (.500/.522/.636/1.158). Has hit safely in 42 of his last 47 games since 5/12...Ranks 2nd in the majors with a.369 AVG (72-for-195) in that time (min. 200 PA). Has hit.358 (29-for-81) in his last 22 games at Fenway Park, and.333 (32-for-96) in 28 career games at the venue. On Saturday, recorded his 2nd career multi-hr game (also 6/7/16 with MIN vs. MIA) and drove in the game-winning run on a groundout in the 10th inning... Became the first Red Sox player with a multi-hr game within his fi rst 2 games with the club since Gabe Kapler in 2003 (source: Elias). Saturday's walk-off RBI was the 2nd of his career, with the fi rst coming on 7/18 with SF vs. CLE...The last player with walk-off RBI for 2 different teams with as few days in between was Luis Salazar in 1989 (8/29 with SD and 9/9 with CHC, source: Elias) HANLEY RAMIREZ, 1B/DH.250 AVG 17 HR 40 RBI.337 OBP.433 SLG vs. RHP: (.254), 13 HR TUESDAY: 0-4, BB HOMESTAND: 3-20, R, 3 BB CURRENT STREAK: 0-9 vs. LHP: (.230), 4 HR CLE SERIES: 0-8, 2 BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 9 G (6/23-7/4) Has reached base in 41 of 46 home games this season, and 12 of his last 13 games overall. Has 8 HR in his last 32 games, and 11 in his last of his last 9 HR have come with 2 outs. Has 5 HR in his last 18 home games...since last year's All-Star reak, is tied for 3rd in the AL with 25 HR at home, ranking T-2nd with 62 RBI. Since 6/30, is 9-for-26 with 2 2B and 3 HR vs. LHP, posting a.346/.414/.769/1.183 line. The Red Sox are 24-6 in his last 30 games with a HR...Hit a walk-off HR in the 15th inning on 7/18, his 3rd career walk-off HR (last 9/15/16 vs. NYY) and the latest walk-off shot by a Red Sox hitter since Shea Hillenbrand's 18th-inning walk-off shot on 6/5/01 vs. DET CHRISTIAN VÁZQUEZ, C.279 AVG 2 HR 23 RBI.314 OBP.389 SLG vs. RHP: (.287), 0 HR TUESDAY: 3-5, 3 R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI HOMESTAND: 10-17, 6 R, 3 2B, 3B, HR, 6 RBI CURRENT STREAK: 5 G (11-21, 3 2B, 3B, HR, 6 RBI) vs. LHP: 7-30 (.233), 1 HR CLE SERIES: 5-9, 5 R, 2 2B, HR, 3 RBI SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 8 G (5/20-6/3) Hit a 3-run walk-off HR with 2 outs in the bottom of the 9th Tuesday, his fi rst career walk-off hit...was his 2nd HR of the year and 4th of his career, all of which have been go-ahead HR with runners on base at Fenway Park. Was the 2nd walk-off, 3-run HR by a Red Sox catcher this season, matching Sandy Leon's on 4/5 vs. PIT...According to Elias, the only other season in which 2 different Red Sox catchers hit walk-off HR was 1995 (Mike Macfarlane and Bill Haselman). Leads the AL with a.383 home AVG (36-for-94, min. 100 PA)...Would be the highest full-season home AVG by a Sox hitter since Wade Boggs in 1991 (.389). Is 10 for his last 17 (.588) with 5 XBH, 6 R, 6 RBI, and a OPS...Has recorded multiple hits in each of 4 games played this homestand, his longest career streak of consecutive multi-hit games. Has 6 games with 3+ hits this season, including 2 in his last 4 games...doubled and tripled as part of a 3-hit effort Saturday...Was his 2nd triple of the season (also 4/11 vs. BAL) and the 3rd of his career, all of which have come at Fenway Park with 2 outs and RISP. Has caught 14 of 40 attempted thefts this year, and 37 of 92 over the course of his career (40.2%), the highest rate among active catchers (min. 100 G) CHRIS YOUNG, OF.243 AVG 5 HR 18 RBI.328 OBP.390 SLG vs. RHP: (.255), 4 HR TUESDAY: 0-1, R, HBP HOMESTAND: 1-4, 2 R, 3B, HBP CURRENT STREAK: 0-1 vs. LHP: (.224), 1 HR CLE SERIES: 0-1, R, HBP SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 4 G (2x, last 5/30-6/11) Recorded his fi rst triple in a Red Sox uniform Friday (last 10/3/15 with NYY at BAL)...Has 3 XBH in his last 5 games at Fenway (.308/4-for-13, 2B, 3B, HR). Has walked once every 9.14 PA this season, his best walk rate since 2011 with ARI (8.24)...Drew his 500th career walk on 7/18 vs. TOR. Has reached in 15 of 33 pinch-hit PA since joining Boston, batting.308 (8-for-26) with 5 BB and 2 HBP...His 8 pinch hits lead the team in that time. Is batting.310 (31-for-100) with an.874 OPS in 112 PA with the bases empty this season vs. CWS CAREER vs. CWS 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 Leon Moreland Núñez Pedroia , Ramirez Vázquez

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 7/29 vs. KC /32 11/2 1/1 3.0 (7/2 at TOR) 3 (7/2 at TOR) 68-Matt Barnes 8/1 vs. CLE (H, 17) /49 12/2 0/2 2.0 (7 times) 5 (2 times) 51-Blaine Boyer 8/1 vs. CLE /21 6/3 -/- 2.0 (4 times) 6 (7/4 at TEX) 37-Heath Hembree 7/30 vs. KC /47 32/14 0/1 3.1 (4/22 at BAL) 5 (4/22 at BAL) 46-Craig Kimbrel 8/1 vs. CLE (BS, 4; W, 3-0) /43 12/1 25/ (4/20 at TOR) 5 (3 times) 64-Austin Maddox 7/16 vs. NYY Gm /3 -/- -/- 1.2 (7/16 vs NYY G1) 1 (2 times) 43-Addison Reed 8/1 vs. CLE (H, 5) /49 16/8 0/2 2.0 (3 times) 3 (4/27 vs ATL) 67-Brandon Workman 7/31 vs. CLE /10 2/0 -/- 3.0 (5/4 vs BAL) 3 (7/20 vs TOR) BULLPEN TOTALS: 3.06 ERA /314 (72%) 148/43 27/ FERNANDO ABAD, LHP SV 3.09 ERA vs. ALL:.222 ( ), 3 HR vs. RHB:.253 (19-75 ), 2 HR vs. LHB:.167 ( 7-42 ), 1 HR WHIP: 1.16 Allowed 2 runs, only 1 earned, in 1.0-plus inning of work Saturday night vs. KC (1.0, H, BB, SO); was his 1st appearance since 7/20 vs. TOR. 24 of his 32 appearances this season are scoreless...overall, holding opponents to a.125 AVG (3-for-24) with RISP in 2017, including 0 hits in last 8 AB. Posting a 1.20 ERA (2 ER/15.0 IP) in 15 games on the road this year and a 4.76 ERA (9 ER/17.0 IP) in 17 games at Fenway. Since 4/28, holding LHH to.111 AVG (4-for-36), 3 BB, 14 SO (40 BF,.175 OBP)...Since joining BOS on 8/1/16, holding LHH to.154 AVG (10-for-65), 5 BB, 21 SO MATT BARNES, RHP SV 3.53 ERA vs. ALL:.204 ( ), 3 HR vs. RHB:.191 ( ), 0 HR vs. LHB:.227 ( ), 3 HR WHIP: 1.16 Threw a perfect 7th inning with 2 SO on 11 pitches Tuesday night vs. CLE for his 17th hold of the year...was also his 17th perfect appearance of the year. Prior to Sunday s game vs. KC (BS, 4 R, 3 ER in 0.0 IP), had allowed only 2 ER over his previous 13 appearances (17.1 IP; 1.04 ERA, 0.69 WHIP) from 6/26-7/29. No runs allowed in 36 of 49 games in Leads Sox bullpen in wins (6; T-2nd in AL), holds (17; T-5th in AL), games (49; 6th in AL), & IP (51.0, 8th in AL). Averaging a career-best SO/9.0 IP (59 SO/51.0 IP) this year...with RISP in 2017, holding opponents to a.213 AVG (10-for-47) with 20 SO BLAINE BOYER, RHP SV 3.42 ERA vs. ALL:.308 ( ), 2 HR vs. RHB:.278 (20-72 ), 2 HR vs. LHB:.375 ( ), 0 HR WHIP: 1.56 Worked out of a bases-loaded jam with no outs in the 6th inning Tuesday night vs. CLE; After a hit, BB and a sac, got Lindor to fl y out and Guyer to GIDP. No runs allowed in 16 of his 21 games with BOS...Did not allow a run at Fenway Park over the first 10 appearances (12.0 IP) of his career prior to Sat., 7/29. Was reinstated from the DL on Wednesday, 7/26; was on with a right elbow strain from 7/ 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 HEATH HEMBREE, RHP SV 3.54 ERA vs. ALL:.286 ( ), 8 HR vs. RHB:.268 ( ), 8 HR vs. LHB:.349 ( ), 0 HR WHIP: 1.39 Worked 1.1 scoreless innings on consecutive days, Saturday and Sunday vs. KC IP, H, 0 BB, 3 SO combined -; Sunday s game was his 47th app of No runs allowed in 33 of 47 games in Has struck out 18 batters in his last 13.2 IP over 12 appearances (11.35 SO/9.0 IP). Averaging a career-bests this year in SO/9.0 IP (9.68; 52 SO in 48.1 IP) & SO/BB ratio (4.73; 11 BB)...Has issued 7 BB over his last 38 games (37.0 IP). Ranks 2nd among Red Sox relievers in innings (48.1, T-14th in AL), games (47, T-10th in AL) and in holds (13, T-15th in AL) and is 3rd in SO (52) CRAIG KIMBREL, RHP SV 1.61 ERA vs. ALL:.142 ( ), 4 HR vs. RHB:.103 (9-87 ), 2 HR vs. LHB:.191 ( ), 2 HR WHIP: 0.67 Charged with his 4th blown SV of 2017 Tuesday night vs. CLE (1.0 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, HR, BB, SO, WP), but wound up with the win in the Sox walk off victory...was his 1st time allowing multiple runs in any of his 43 appearances in 2017 and his 1st time allowing as many as 3 hits in an appearance since 7/5/16 vs. TEX. Leads all MLB relievers in WHIP (0.67) and SO/9.0 IP (16.32)...Leads AL relievers in SO (81), and is 4th in ERA (1.61), opp. AVG (.128), and SV (25). Has struck out 81 of 165 batters faced this year (49.0%)...Finished with 83 SO in 2016, 87 SO 2015; has reached 100 SO twice: 2011 (127) & 2012 (116). With BOS ( ), has converted 56 of his 62 career SV opps (90.3%)...Converted 1st 30 SV chances at Fenway Park; before his 1st blown SV (7/15 vs. NYY). Has worked more than 1.0 inning in 6 of his 43 games this year...has 3 SV of more than 3 outs this season and 11 in his career (last: 6/6 at NYY) AUSTIN MADDOX, RHP SV 0.00 ERA vs. ALL:.267 (4-15 ), 0 HR vs. RHB:.444 (4-9 ), 0 HR vs. LHB:.000 ( 0-6 ), 0 HR WHIP: 1.09 Recalled on 7/31 from Triple-A Pawtucket for the 3rd stint of his ML career (all in 2017)...Last appeared for BOS on 7/16 vs. NYY Game 1 (1.2 IP, 3 H, 0 R). Began the season at Double-A Portland...Has been with Pawtucket since late May...In 29 games between Pawtucket and Portland has gone 2-3, 5 SV, 7 SVO, 3.20 ERA (14 ER/39.1 IP), 19 BB, 34 SO,.188 opp. AVG...Last appeared for the PawSox on Sunday, 7/30 at Indianapolis (1.0 IP, 2 SO). Made ML debut on 6/17 at HOU after being selected to ML roster from Pawtucket on 6/15 (also recalled on 7/16)...Has appeared in 3 ML games for BOS in ADDISON REED, RHP SV ERA vs. ALL:.250 (1-4 ), 1 HR vs. RHB:.000 (0-3 ), 0 HR vs. LHB: ( 1-1 ), 1 HR WHIP: 1.00 Made BOS debut Tuesday vs. CLE (hold, 1.0 IP, ER, HR, SO), worked around Santana s solo HR...Acquired from NYM in exchange for 3 MiLB pitchers on 7/31. Averaging 1.08 BB/9.0 IP (4th-lowest in MLB) and 8.17 SO/BB (6th in MLB)...With NYM: 48 games, 1-2, 19 SV, 21 SVO, 2.57 ERA (14 ER/49.0 IP), 6 BB, 48 SO. Since 5/29, has posted a 1.85 ERA (5 ER/24.1 IP) with 13 SV in 13 SVO over 23 games...overall, has pitched more than 1.0 inning 6 times in Has appeared in 382 career ML games for CWS ( ), ARI ( ), NYM ( ) & BOS (2017) with 125 SV, 3.42 ERA, 95 BB, and 398 SO. 67-BRANDON WORKMAN, RHP SV 2.08 ERA vs. ALL:.274 (17-62), 2 HR vs. RHB:.205 (8-39), 0 HR vs. LHB:.391 (9-23), 2 HR WHIP: 1.15 Got the final 4 outs of Monday s win vs. CLE (1.1 IP, 2 H, SO)...Came on in the 8th inning in relief of Fister, allowed 2 singles, but threw a perfect 9th inning. No runs allowed in 8 of his 11 appearances with the Red Sox this year, including each of his last 5 (6.0 IP; 5 hits, 0 BB, 5 SO, 21 batters faced). Since being recalled on 7/15, in 9 appearances has gone 0-0, 1.50 ERA (2 ER/12.0 IP) with 2 BB, 11 SO,.225 opp. AVG (9-for-40), 0.92 WHIP VS. CWS CAREER VS. CWS 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 Abad -- / / / Barnes / / / Boyer / / / Fister -- / / / Hembree / / / Kimbrel / / / Pomeranz / / / Porcello -- / / / Reed -- / / / Rodriguez -- / / / Sale / / / Workman -- / / /

6 Red Sox Game Notes 2017 REGULAR SEASON DAY-BY-DAY Page 6 DAILY HOME ATT. ROAD ATT. GM# DATE D/N OPPONENT SCORE REC. POS. GA/GB WINNING PITCHER LOSING PITCHER SAVE ATT. NO. TOTAL NO. TOTAL 1 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