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Boston Red Sox (32-21) at Philadelphia Phillies (25-27)
John Lackey (3-4, 2.72) vs. Kyle Kendrick (4-3, 3.29)
TIME: 7:05, Citizens Bank Park
TV: Comcast Sportsnet
Weather: 88, sunny
Media: Twitter and Facebook
For those wondering why Cesar Hernandez isnât in the lineup tonight, he wonât be arriving until gametime. Also, the Phillies basically said he wouldnât have been in the lineup anyway, so thereâs that.
Tough report on Adam Morgan. He has been shut down with a shoulder ailment, he had tests done last night on it, so weâll find out more soon. But never good news when it has to do with a top prospect and his shoulder.
Also, Carlos Ruiz caught a few bullpen session, is still feeling a little pain in the hammy. Heâs still a few days away from testing the leg by running.
Lineup: Revere CF, Frandsen 2B, Rollins SS, Howard 1B, D. Young RF, Brown LF, Galvis 3B, Kratz C, Kendrick P
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John Lackey wasnât at his best Wednesday night but he has pitched effectively for the Red Sox this season. Lackey, signed to a five-year, $82.5 million contract prior to the 2010 season, had a rocky start to his Boston tenure. After posting solid peripherals with poor run prevention marks in 2010, he posted a 6.41 ERA in 2011 before undergoing Tommy John surgery. He missed the...
John Lackey has been solid and sometimes spectacular this season. His start Wednesday fell into the former category.
Despite giving up three home runs to the Phillies, Lackey limited the rest of the damage and still gave the Red Sox a chance to win the game. Isnât that all a starting pitcher really needs to do, on some level?
NESN Nationâs Dan Duquette reacts to Lackeyâs start...
It doesnât matter if youâre the home or away team, trying to throw strike when a real life JUGS machine is staring you right in the face has got to be difficult. Â John Lackey and Kyle Kendrick did their best and were way more focused than I wouldâve been.
This Philadelphia Phillies fan was positioned right behind home plate showing off her low-cut tank top that is letting...
Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia is notorious for allowing heaps of home runs, and it lived up to its billing Wednesday night.
The Red Sox and Phillies combined for five homers in the contest, with three coming against Boston starter John Lackey. The trifecta of long balls represented the only runs scored against the right-hander, who took the loss after the Sox were unable to...
The Phillies hit four solo home runs, including two off the bat of Domonic Brown, in support of Kyle Kendrick Wednesday night as the Phillies defeated the Boston Red Sox 4-2. Kendrick (5-3) came into the game looking to rebound following two poor starts where he allowed nine runs in...
Red Sox manager John Farrell said Tuesday that John Lackey is probably the teamâs best-hitting pitcher. Lackey will get a chance to defend that title on Wednesday, when the Sox travel to Philadelphia for their first game under National League rules.
The right-hander hasnât had a chance to swing the lumber since 2011, but his hitting resume since joining the Red Sox is impressive...
1 p.m. ET: The Red Sox split a pair with the Phillies in Boston, and now both teams are packing the bags and heading to Philadelphia to finish the series off.
John Lackey (3-4, 2.72 ERA) is aiming to continue his recent solid stretch. Heâs been on his game the last two times out, going six and seven innings and giving up just three hits while striking out 13. While the Red Sox...
Note: Pitching matchups are subject to change
Wednesday, May 29 @ 7:05 PM
John Lackey, RHP (3-4, 2.72) vs Kyle Kendrick, RHP (4-3, 3.29)
TV: NESN, MLB.tv
Radio: Red Sox Radio Network, MLB Gameday Audio
Thursday, May 30 @ 7:05 PM
Jon Lester, LHP (6-1, 3.34) vs Jonathan Pettibone, RHP (3-0, 3.21)
TV: NESN, MLB Network, MLB.tv
Radio: Red Sox Radio Network...
Domonic Brown hit a pair of homers, Erik Kratz and Ryan Howard also had solo shots to back Kyle Kendrick and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Boston Red Sox 4-3 Wednesday night.
Kendrick (5-3) allowed two runs and four hits in six innings, helping the Phillies win their second straight against the Red Sox to get within one game of .500.
Antonio Bastardo pitched the seventh, Mike...
Domonic Brown has always been a highly touted prospect in the Philadelphia system. Against the Red Sox, heâs showing why.
Brown homered twice to lead a four-home-run Phillie attack against John Lackey and the Sox, and a late rally in the ninth against old friend Jonathan Papelbon wasnât enough for Boston. Despite some late heroics, the power display from Philadelphia won the...
It was the same exact ending, against the same exact team, in a different city. The Red Sox tried to mount a comeback against Jonathan Papelbon but it fell short in the end for the second straight day. The Phillies were lead by power hitting that downed the Red Sox. Here are the 3 stars of the game:
Star 3: Kyle Kendrick
Kendrick pitched well for...
Given the chance to play every day, Domonic Brown is showing why he once was the Philadelphia Phillies' top prospect.
Brown hit a pair of homers, Erik Kratz and Ryan Howard also had solo shots to back Kyle Kendrick and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Boston Red Sox 4-3 Wednesday night.
Kendrick (5-3) allowed two runs and four hits in six innings, helping the Phillies win...
The opening of the Red Soxâ interleague slate this week has triggered the annual conversation about whether itâs finally time for the National League to implement the designated hitter.Â For the Red Sox GameDay LIVE crew, the question is a no-brainer.
John Lackey will swing the bat for Boston on Wednesday against the Phillies. To hear Tom Caron, Dennis Eckersley and WEEIâs...
Boston Red Sox (32-21) @ Philadelphia Phillies (25-27)Pitching Match-Ups:Wednesday - John Lackey vs. Get Back on Track KKThursday - Jon Lester vs. Petite Bone*Both games start at 7:05Boston will attempt to Dear John the Phillies and sweep the 2 game series to finish MLB's stupid idea of a home-and-home interleague mash-up. Â The Red Sox offense is good and the Phils offense is...
This particular âFour at-bats that changed the gameâ post is a complete no-brainer.
The Philadelphia Phillies ripped four solo homers â three off starter John Lackey in three-and-a-third innings and one more off reliever Koji Uehara â to edge the Red Sox 4-3 at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday night and draw first blood in a brief...