2024 Boston Red Sox
LeagueAmerican League
DivisionEast
BallparkFenway Park
CityBoston
Record45–39 (.536)
OwnersJohn W. Henry (Fenway Sports Group)
PresidentSam Kennedy
Chief baseball officer
Craig Breslow
ManagerAlex Cora
TelevisionNESN: Dave O’Brien or Mike Monaco (play-by-play); Lou Merloni, Will Middlebrooks, Kevin Millar, Kevin Youkilis (analyst rotation); Jahmai Webster (sideline)[1]
RadioWEEI-FM / Boston Red Sox Radio Network: Joe Castiglione, Will Flemming, Sean McDonough, Lou Merloni (rotation)[2]
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The 2024 Boston Red Sox season is the ongoing 124th season in Boston Red Sox franchise history, and their 113th season at Fenway Park. Alex Cora is in the final season of his contract as the team's on-field manager,[3] while Craig Breslow is in his first season as the team's Chief Baseball Officer.[4] The team's regular season began on March 28, with a road game against the Seattle Mariners, and is scheduled to conclude on September 29, with a home game against the Tampa Bay Rays.[5]

Offseason

October–December 2023

October 2023[edit]

November 2023[edit]

December 2023[edit]

January–March 2024

January 2024[edit]

  • On January 2, the team claimed pitcher Max Castillo off waivers from the Kansas City Royals.[41]
  • On January 3, the team signed free agent pitcher Lucas Giolito to a one-year contract, with a player option after the first season—in a corresponding move, pitcher Mauricio Llovera was designated for assignment.[42] A week later, Llovera was claimed off waivers by the Seattle Mariners.[43]
  • On January 11, the team agreed to one-year contracts with four players, avoiding arbitration: pitchers Nick Pivetta and John Schreiber, outfielder Tyler O'Neill, and catcher Reese McGuire.[44]
  • On January 15, the team signed Edwin Darville, Jorge Rodriguez, Felix Belisario, Jhiancarlos Diaz, Efren Teran, Juan Medina, Anderson Fermin, Gilbel Galvan, Justin Gonzales, John Alcantara, Emanuel Reyna, Madinson Frias, Kenyon Simmons, Cesar Muzziotti, Abis Prado, Yander Bonaci, Alexander Alzi, Jesus Travieso, Givian Sirvania, Jomar Fernandez, Enddy Azocar, Wilfre Hernandez, Shnaider Rojas, Justim Sojo, Ilam Fernandez, Moises Bolivar, Josue Brito, Tavano Baker, Angel Luis, Miguel Rivera, Rafi Montesino, Christopher Alvarado, Yahir Pena, Carlos Carrasquel, Samuel Arroyo, Davinson Reyes, Yoandys Veraza, Vladimir Asencio, Jhoan Peguero, Jose Golindano, Yohandry Gonzalez, Jesus Lugo, Avinson Pinto, Tejahri Wilson, and Edwin Brito to minor league contracts.[45]
  • On January 18, the team named its coaching staff for the 2024 season: the only changes (outside of previously announced moves) were the naming of Kyle Hudson as third base coach and Andy Fox as first base coach.[46]
  • On January 24, the team signed pitcher Melvin Adon to a minor league contract.[47]
  • On January 26, the team invited non-rostees Alex Hoppe, Justin Hagenman, Corey Rosier, Andrew Politi, Chase Shugart, Nathan Hickey, Chase Meridoth, Luis Guerrero, Stephen Scott, Nick Sogard, and Nick Yorke to Spring Training.[48]
  • On January 31, the team claimed utility player Romy González off waivers from the Chicago White Sox; in a corresponding move, pitcher Zack Weiss was designated for assignment.[49] Weiss was later claimed off waivers by the Minnesota Twins.[50] In addition, the team signed Shortstop Joe Dunand to a minor league contract.[51]

February 2024[edit]

March 2024[edit]

Spring training

"Truck day", when the tractor-trailer carrying the team's equipment departs Fenway Park for Florida, was February 5.[98] The team's first spring training contest was held on February 23, a 7–2 exhibition win over the Northeastern Huskies at JetBlue Park.[99] The team's Grapefruit League schedule ran from February 24 through March 24,[100][101] including games on March 9–10 against the Tampa Bay Rays at Estadio Quisqueya in the Dominican Republic, as part of MLB World Tour;[102] the Red Sox won both games.[103][104] The team concluded their preseason by winning two exhibition games against the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field on March 25–26,[105] for a final preseason record of 19–12,[106] along with three ties.[105]

Spring training log

Red Sox Win Red Sox Loss Tie Game
Spring Training Log (19–12)
February (4–2)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Record Reference
1 February 24 @ Baltimore Orioles 3–4 Morgan McSweeney (1–0) Nate Tellier (0–1) 0–1 [107]
2 February 25 (1) @ Atlanta Braves 5–4 Brendan Cellucci (1–0) Grant Holmes (0–1) Grabirel Jackson (1) 1–1 [108]
3 February 25 (2) Minnesota Twins 6–8 Jordan DiValerio (1–0) Caleb Boushley (0–1) Cody Scroggins (1) 2–1 [109]
4 February 26 Philadelphia Phillies 6–7 Zach Fogell (1–0) Noah Skirrow (0–1) 3–1 [110]
5 February 27 @ St. Louis Cardinals 3–3 3–1 [111]
6 February 28 @ Washington Nationals 3–4 Kyle Finnegan (1–0) Jorge Benitez (0–1) Joe La Sorsa (2) 3–2 [112]
7 February 29 Detroit Tigers 2–5 Garrett Whitlock (1–0) Reese Olson (0–2) 4–2 [113]
March (15–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Record Reference
8 March 1 @ Minnesota Twins 3–5 Louie Varland (1–0) Lucas Giolito (0–1) Hobie Harris (1) 4–3 [114]
9 March 2 (1) Washington Nationals 2–4 Tanner Houck (1–0) Cole Henry (0–1) Zack Kelly (1) 5–3 [115]
10 March 2 (2) @ Tampa Bay Rays 3–2 Luis Guerrero (1–0) Colby White (0–1) Noah Song (1) 6–3 [116]
11 March 3 Toronto Blue Jays 7–3 Lucas Luetge (1–0) Andrew Bash (1–1) Jason Alexander (1) 7–3 [117]
12 March 4 @ Detroit Tigers 1–2 Will Vest (1–0) Joe Jacques (0–1) Mason Englert (1) 7–4 [118]
13 March 5 Tampa Bay Rays 4–7 Garrett Whitlock (2–0) Ryan Pepiot (0–1) Noah Song (2) 8–4 [119]
14 March 6 @ Minnesota Twins 1–7 Joe Ryan (1–0) Cooper Criswell (0–1) 8–5 [120]
15 March 7 Atlanta Braves 3–2 Bryce Elder (1–1) Nick Pivetta (0–1) Trey Riley (1) 8–6 [121]
16 March 9 @ Tampa Bay Rays 4–0 Kutter Crawford (1–0) Yoniel Curet (0–1) 9–6 [122]
17 March 10 Tampa Bay Rays 6–7 Chris Murphy (1–0) Naoyuki Uwasawa (0–1) Joely Rodríguez (1) 10–6 [123]
18 March 11 Pittsburgh Pirates 0–1 Cam Booser (1–0) Ryder Ryan (0–2) Lucas Luetge (1) 11–6 [124]
19 March 12 @ St. Louis Cardinals 8–6 Matthew Liberatore (2–0) Brayan Bello (0–1) Trent Baker (1) 11–7 [125]
20 March 13 @ New York Yankees 9–4 Justin Hagenman (1–0) Oddanier Mosqueda (1–0) 12–7 [126]
21 March 14 @ Philadelphia Phillies 1–6 Ranger Suárez (2–0) Josh Winckowski (0–1) 12–8 [127]
22 March 15 Minnesota Twins 5–8 Felix Cepeda (1–0) Scott Blewett (0–1) Lucas Luetge (2) 13–8 [128]
23 March 16 @ Baltimore Orioles 4–5 Matt Krook (1–0) Gabriel Jackson (0–1) 13–9 [129]
24 March 17 (1) @ Atlanta Braves 3–3 13–9 [130]
25 March 17 (2) New York Yankees 6–12 Tanner Houck (2–0) Will Warren (2–1) 14–9 [131]
26 March 18 @ Minnesota Twins 2–5 Joe Ryan (2–1) Brendan Cellucci (1–1) Jordan Balazovic (1) 14–10 [132]
27 March 19 Tampa Bay Rays 2–5 Josh Winckowski (1–1) Shawn Armstrong (0–1) Joely Rodríguez (2) 15–10 [133]
28 March 21 Baltimore Orioles 2–3 Wyatt Olds (1–0) Trey McGough (0–1) Cam Booser (1) 16–10 [134]
29 March 22 @ Toronto Blue Jays 1–5 Mitch White (3–0) Justin Hagenman (1–1) 16–11 [135]
30 March 23 (1) Minnesota Twins 6–8 Josh Winckowski (2–1) Jeff Brigham (0–2) Felix Cepeda (1) 17–11 [136]
31 March 23 (2) @ Pittsburgh Pirates 1–4 Tyler Samaniego (1–0) Cody Scroggins (0–1) Cameron Junker (2) 17–12 [137]
32 March 24 Atlanta Braves 5–5 17–12 [138]
33 March 25 @ Texas Rangers 9–2 Garrett Whitlock (3–0) Grant Anderson (0–1) 18–12 [139]
34 March 26 @ Texas Rangers 4–1 Richard Fitts (1–0) Dane Dunning (2–2) Chase Shugart (1) 19–12 [140]

Regular season

Opening Day lineup

Opening Day starter Brayan Bello
Order No. Player Pos.
1 16 Jarren Duran LF
2 11 Rafael Devers 3B
3 10 Trevor Story SS
4 36 Triston Casas 1B
5 17 Tyler O'Neill RF
6  7 Masataka Yoshida DH
7 43 Ceddanne Rafaela CF
8 47 Enmanuel Valdez 2B
9 12 Connor Wong C
66 Brayan Bello P

Source:[141][142]

March / April

March / April[edit]

On March 22, the team announced that the pitching rotation to begin the season would be: Brayan Bello, Nick Pivetta, Kutter Crawford, Garrett Whitlock, and Tanner Houck.[143]

March 28–March 31, at Seattle Mariners

Facing the Mariners in Seattle to open the season, the Red Sox won, 6–4. Tyler O'Neill homered in his fifth consecutive Opening Day game, setting a major-league record.[144][145] Rafael Devers also homered. Starting pitcher Brayan Bello allowed two runs on five hits in five innings, while recording two strikeouts, and earned the win. Kenley Jansen pitched a scoreless ninth inning for a save.[146] Boston lost the second game of the series, 1–0. Starter Nick Pivetta held the Mariners to one run on three hits in six innings, but allowed a home run to J. P. Crawford and took the loss. Each team was held to four hits.[147][148][149] The third game of the series went into extra innings after being tied, 1–1, through regulation. The Red Sox scored twice in the top of the 10th inning, but allowed three runs in the bottom of the inning for a 4–3 loss. Starter Kutter Crawford allowed one unearned run on three hits in six innings. Joely Rodríguez, the fourth of five Boston relievers, allowed three runs on two hits and took the loss. Ceddanne Rafaela had two hits and scored twice.[150][151][152] The Red Sox earned a series split with a 5–1 win on Sunday. Starter Garrett Whitlock earned the win after allowing one run on three hits in five innings. Rookie Justin Slaten pitched the final 2+13 innings and earned his first major-league save. O'Neill was 2-for-3, including a home run. Enmanuel Valdez had a three-run homer.[153][154][155]

Red Sox split the series 2–2 (14–10 runs)

April 1–April 3, at Oakland Athletics

The Red Sox opened a three-game series in Oakland with a 9–0 victory. Starter Tanner Houck held the A's to three hits in six innings and earned the win. Chase Anderson allowed only one hit in the final three innings and recorded a save. Jarren Duran had three hits and three stolen bases.[156][157] The middle game of the series was tied, 4–4, after nine innings. After a scoreless 10th inning, Boston pushed across a run in the top of the 11th, then held Oakland scoreless in the bottom of the inning for a 5–4 win. Starter Brayan Bello had a no decision after allowing four runs on five hits in five innings. Five relievers then combined to pitch six scoreless innings, with Josh Winckowski earning the win. Trevor Story had three hits and two RBIs. Duran had another stolen base.[158][159] Boston completed the series sweep with a 1–0 win, the only run of the game being driven in by Enmanuel Valdez. Duran had four hits. Starter Nick Pivetta earned the win after allowing five hits in five innings. Kenley Jansen earned the save.[160][161]

Red Sox won the series 3–0 (15–4 runs)

April 5–April 7, at Los Angeles Angels

Boston opened a three-game series in Los Angeles with an 8–6 win. Starter Kutter Crawford had a no decision after allowing one run on two hits in 4+23 innings. The Red Sox then used six relief pitchers, with Chris Martin getting the win and Kenley Jansen earning the save. Tyler O'Neill had three hits, including two home runs. Jarren Duran, Triston Casas, and Reese McGuire also homered.[162][163] Trevor Story left the game in the fourth inning after apparently suffering a shoulder injury while attempting to field a ball hit by Mike Trout.[164] Story was placed on the injured list the next day.[165] The middle game of the series was a 2–1 win by Los Angeles. Duran drove in a run to give Boston an early lead, but reliever Greg Weissert allowed two runs (both unearned) in the sixth inning and took the loss. Starter Garrett Whitlock held the Angels to four hits in 4+13 innings.[166][167][168] The Red Sox won the final game of the series, 12–2. Starter Tanner Houck held the Angels scoreless on four hits in six innings, and earned the win. Chase Anderson allowed two runs on four hits in the final three innings and recorded a save. Four different Boston batters each had two hits. McGuire had five RBIs, three coming on a home run. O'Neill, Rafael Devers, and David Hamilton also homered.[169][170][171]

Red Sox won the series 2–1 (21–10 runs)

April 9–April 11, vs. Baltimore Orioles

The Red Sox played their home opener at Fenway Park on April 9. Before the game, the Red Sox celebrated the 20th anniversary of their 2004 World Series-winning team, which broke the 86-year championship drought known as the "Curse of the Bambino". The pregame ceremony was also in memory of three players and executives from that team and their family members who had since passed away: knuckleball pitcher Tim Wakefield, who had died of brain cancer on October 1st at the age of 57, Wakefield's wife Stacy, who had died of pancreatic cancer on February 29th at the age of 53, and former team President/CEO Larry Lucchino, who had died of heart failure on April 2nd at the age of 78. Tim and Stacy's children – their son Trevor and daughter Brianna – led the 2004 team in from left field, and Brianna threw the ceremonial first pitch to Jason Varitek, the current catching coach and game planning coordinator who was the captain and catcher of the 2004 team.[172][173]

Boston lost their 2024 home opener at Fenway Park, 7–1. The Red Sox jumped out to a first inning lead thanks to another home run from Tyler O'Neill, but errors by Jarren Duran and David Hamilton contributed to the Orioles scoring seven unanswered runs. Bello, who took the loss, threw 89 pitches over 5+13 innings of work, giving up one earned and two unearned runs with three strikeouts.[174][175][176]

Boston lost the second game against Baltimore, 7–5. Boston took the lead as they scored one run in the third inning on a fly ball by O’Neill that was misplayed and added two more in the fourth on a Connor Wong single. Triston Casas hit a two-run home run into the Green Monster seats in the bottom of the fifth. Starter Kutter Crawford earned his second no decision of the season after throwing five shutout innings with six strikeouts and four walks. Isaiah Campbell allowed four consecutive hits and three runs after relieving Crawford. Chris Martin threw two wild pitches in the seventh inning, giving up four runs, including a three-run home run as he took the loss. The consensus number-one prospect in baseball, Jackson Holliday, made his MLB debut for Baltimore, going 0-for-4 with an RBI. Former Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel earned the save for Baltimore.[177][178][179]

Boston lost the third game against Baltimore, 9–4 in 10 innings, suffering their first sweep of the season. Boston again took an early lead, going up 2–0 in the first inning off of a groundout from Masataka Yoshida and a double from Wilyer Abreu. Baltimore got a run back in the fifth inning thanks to a Colton Cowser home run. Anthony Santander hit a two-run home run off of Greg Weissert in the eighth inning after David Hamilton failed to touch second base on what would have been an inning-ending double play. Connor Wong hit a deep home run in the bottom of the inning to tie the game and send it to extra innings. Reese McGuire was ejected from the game after arguing balls and strikes, leading to the Red Sox giving up the designated hitter and clearing their injury-depleted bench as the 10th inning started. Gunnar Henderson hit a two-run home run, and the Orioles added four more runs to take a 9–3 lead. Duran hit a double to score a consolation run. Craig Kimbrel earned the win, while Isaiah Campbell took the loss.[180][181][182]

Red Sox lost the series 0–3 (10–23 runs)

April 12–April 14, vs. Los Angeles Angels

A three-game series hosting the Angels began with a 7–0 loss for the Red Sox, who were held to three hits. Starter Tanner Houck allowed seven runs (four earned) on 12 hits in 5+23 innings. Boston's infielders committed three errors in the first three innings.[183][184][185] The Red Sox won the middle game of the series, 7–2, powered by 11 hits including a home run by Triston Casas. Cooper Criswell was called up from Worcester to make his first start for Boston, and allowed two runs on five hits in four innings. Greg Weissert, the first of three Boston relievers, pitched two innings and earned the win.[186][187][188] Boston won the final game of the series, played on Sunday afternoon, 5–4. Starter Brayan Bello earned the win after allowing two runs on six hits in 5+13 innings. Kenley Jansen allowed one run in the ninth inning but closed out the game for a save, striking out Luis Rengifo and Mike Trout with runners on second and third. Casas, Tyler O'Neill, and Masataka Yoshida each homered.[189][190][191]

Red Sox won the series 2–1 (12–13 runs)

April 15–April 18, vs. Cleveland Guardians

The opener of a four-game home series facing the Guardians, which coincided with the 2024 Boston Marathon, was a 6–0 win for Cleveland. Boston was limited to three hits. Starter Kutter Crawford had a no decision after allowing no runs on two hits in 5+23 innings. Reliever Brennan Bernardino took the loss.[192][193][194] Tyler O'Neill left the game after colliding with Rafael Devers while trying to catch a pop up; O'Neill later received eight stitches to close a cut.[195] The Guardians won the second game of the series, 10–7 in 11 innings. Starter Garrett Whitlock had a no decision after allowing two runs on three hits in four innings. Boston was unable to hold a 6–5 lead in the ninth inning, as Kenley Jansen allowed a run on three hits for a blown save. Josh Winckowski, the last of six Red Sox relievers, took the loss after allowing three runs (two earned) on two hits in the 11th inning. Connor Wong, Triston Casas, and Enmanuel Valdez each homered.[196][197][198] In need of a win to avoid losing the series, the Red Sox sent Tanner Houck to the mound in Game 3 against Cleveland. Houck twirled a complete game shutout—the first by a Red Sox pitcher since Nathan Eovaldi on October 4, 2022 (a rain-shortened five-inning contest)[199]—while striking out 10 batters and allowing only three hits. Pablo Reyes scored from third base on a balk, Connor Wong hit a solo home run, and that was all the offense Boston required for a 2–0 win in a contest that took just 1 hour and 49 minutes.[200][201][202] On Thursday afternoon, Boston was unable to split the series, losing the finale by a 5–4 score. No Red Sox batter had more than one hit; Jarren Duran had two RBIs. Opener Brennan Bernardino held Cleveland hitless in two innings of work. Cooper Criswell then allowed four runs (one earned) on three hits in 2+13 innings and took the loss.[203][204][205]

Red Sox lost the series 1–3 (13–21 runs)

April 19–April 21, at Pittsburgh Pirates

The Red Sox opened a three-game series in Pittsburgh with an 8–1 win. Wilyer Abreu and Triston Casas had first-inning home runs; Ceddanne Rafaela and Rob Refsnyder also homered. Starter Brayan Bello earned the win after limiting the Pirates to one hit in six innings. Cam Booser made his major-league debut, allowing one hit and one run in the ninth inning.[206][207][208] Boston won the second game of the series, 4–2. Starter Kutter Crawford earned the win after allowing one run on seven hits in six innings. Kenley Jansen earned his fifth save of the season, and 425th of his career, passing John Franco for sole possession of fifth place on the major-league all-time list.[209] Masataka Yoshida had three hits including a home run.[210][211][212] Boston completed the series sweep with a 6–1 win on Sunday afternoon. Starter Josh Winckowski allowed one run on three hits in 3+13 innings and had a no decision. Justin Slaten, the third of four Red Sox relievers, pitched two scoreless innings and earned the win. Abreu had three hits and two RBIs.[213][214][215]

Red Sox won the series 3–0 (18–4 runs)

April 23–April 25, at Cleveland Guardians

A three-game road series in Cleveland began with a 4–1 loss. Boston starter Tanner Houck fell to 3–2 on the season after allowing two runs on five hits in six innings. The only Red Sox run came on a seventh-inning home run by Wilyer Abreu. Rob Refsnyder had three hits.[216][217][218] The Red Sox collected 16 hits in the middle game of the series en route to an 8–0 victory. Starter Cooper Criswell earned the win after limiting the Guardians to three hits in five innings. Connor Wong had two home runs, Rafael Devers homered, and Abreu had four hits.[219][220][221] Cleveland took the final game of the series, 6–4, largely due to a five-run second inning. Boston opener Chase Anderson allowed five runs on three hits in 1+23 innings and took the loss. Devers had three hits.[222][223][224]

Red Sox lost the series 1–2 (13–10 runs)

April 26–April 28, vs. Chicago Cubs

The Red Sox opened a three-game series hosting the Cubs with a 7–1 loss. Boston's only run came via a home run by Tyler O'Neill. Starter Kutter Crawford took the loss after allowing four runs (three earned) on 10 hits in six innings.[225][226][227] The middle game of the series saw the Red Sox collect 21 hits in a 17–0 victory. Ceddanne Rafaela homered and had seven RBIs, Masataka Yoshida had four hits, and O'Neill had three hits including a home run. Starter Josh Winckowski left after three innings; the win went to Justin Slaten, the second of four Boston relievers. Both teams used position players to pitch late in the game. It was the most runs scored in a shutout by the Red Sox since an 18–0 win over the 1954 Philadelphia Athletics.[228][229] Televised on Sunday Night Baseball, Boston won the rubber match, 5–4, on a walk-off single by O'Neill.[230] Starter Tanner Houck allowed one run on four hits in 6+23 innings and had a no decision. The win went to Kenley Jansen, who retired the side in order in the top of the ninth. Jarren Duran had a two-run triple in the sixth inning and scored the game-winning run in the ninth.[231][232][233]

Red Sox won the series 2–1 (23–11 runs)

April 30, vs. San Francisco Giants

The Red Sox opened a three-game home series against the Giants with a 4–0 win. Starter Cooper Criswell earned the win after holding San Francisco to two hits in five innings. Jarren Duran and Wilyer Abreu each had three hits.[234][235][236]

Boston exited April with a 17–13 record, in third place of the American League East, 2+12 games behind the Orioles.[237]

May

May[edit]

The Red Sox entered May in third place of the American League East, with a record of 17–13, having just defeated the Giants in the opener of a three-game series.

May 1–May 2, vs. San Francisco Giants (cont'd)

The Red Sox won the second game of the series, 6–2, to secure the series win.[238] Starter Kutter Crawford earned the win after holding San Francisco to four hits and two runs in seven innings. Connor Wong had three hits and Jarren Duran had an RBI triple. Dominic Smith collected an RBI single in his Red Sox debut.[239][240][241] San Francisco took the final game of the series, 3–1.[242] Boston was limited to four hits, with the team's only run coming on an RBI double by Tyler O'Neill that scored Rafael Devers. Starter Josh Winckowski had a no decision after allowing one run on two hits in 4+13 innings. Zack Kelly took the loss after giving up two runs on four hits in 23 of an inning. Zack Short made his Red Sox debut and struck out twice. Naoyuki Uwasawa made his MLB debut and held the Giants hitless in the final two innings.[243][244][245]

Red Sox won the series 2–1 (11–5 runs)

May 3–May 5, at Minnesota Twins

The Red Sox suffered a 5–2 loss in the opener of a three-game series in Minnesota. Starter Tanner Houck fell to 3–3 on the season after allowing four runs (three earned)[246] on six hits in six innings. Rafael Devers drove in both Boston runs and had two of the team's four hits.[247][248][249] The middle game of the series was also won by the Twins, 3–1. Boston opener Brennan Bernardino allowed one run in the first inning, and was followed by four relievers. The loss went to Cam Booser, who allowed a run on two hits in 1+13 innings. Wilyer Abreu had two of Boston's eight hits, and drove in the only run.[250][251][252] The Red Sox avoided being swept with a 9–2 win on Sunday, ending a lengthy winning streak for the Twins at 12 games. Four Boston batters had two RBIs each, including Devers and Ceddanne Rafaela, who each homered. Starter Cooper Criswell had a no decision after allowing one run on five hits in 4+13 innings. The win went to Bernardino, the first of five Red Sox relievers.[253][254][255]

Red Sox lost the series 1–2 (12–10 runs)

May 7–May 8, at Atlanta Braves

A short two-game series in Atlanta opened with Boston losing, 4–2. Starter Kutter Crawford had a no decision after allowing two runs on five hits in six innings. Justin Slaten, the last of three Red Sox relievers, allowed two runs on two hits in one inning and took the loss. Ceddanne Rafaela had two hits and one RBI.[256][257][258] Atlanta also won the second game of the series, 5–0, with former Boston pitcher Chris Sale pitching six innings and earring the win. Red Sox starter Nick Pivetta, freshly activated from the injured list, allowed five runs on seven hits in four innings and took the loss. Catcher Connor Wong was the only Boston player with two hits.[259][260][261]

Red Sox lost the series 0–2 (2–9 runs)

May 10–May 12, vs. Washington Nationals

The first game of a three-game home series hosting the Nationals began with a 5–1 loss for the Red Sox. Starter Tanner Houck fell to 3–4 on the season after allowing three runs on six hits in seven innings. Catcher Connor Wong was the only Boston player with two hits. Garrett Cooper drove in Boston's only run.[262][263][264] On Saturday, Boston won the middle game of the series, 4–2. Starter Cooper Criswell had a no decision after allowing two runs on three hits in five innings. The win went to Chris Martin, the third of four Red Sox relievers. Kenley Jansen recorded his sixth save of the season. Rafael Devers had two of Boston's six hits, and drove in two runs. Wilyer Abreu hit his third home run of the season.[265][266][267] The Red Sox won the series with a 3–2 victory on Sunday afternoon. Starter Brayan Bello, just activated from the injured list, improved to 4–1 on the season by holding the Nationals to two runs on four hits in five innings. Jansen recorded another save. Cooper had two hits and Ceddanne Rafaela had two RBIs.[268][269][270]

Red Sox won the series 2–1 (8–9 runs)

May 13–May 16, vs. Tampa Bay Rays

The Red Sox opened a four-game home series with a 5–3 loss to the Rays. Starter Kutter Crawford fell to 2–2 on the season after allowing four runs on seven hits in six innings. Tyler O'Neill had a three-run home run in the bottom of the first inning, accounting for all of Boston's runs.[271][272][273] The second game of the series went to extra innings, with Boston starter Nick Pivetta taking a no decision after holding Tampa Bay to two runs on four hits in 5+23 innings. Tied after nine innings, 3–3, neither team scored in the 10th inning, and each team scored once in the 11th inning. The Red Sox then held the Rays scoreless in the top of the 12th, and Romy González drove in the winning run for a 5–4 Boston win. Brennan Bernardino, the last of five Red Sox relievers, earned the win. Ceddanne Rafaela recorded his fourth home run of the season.[274][275][276] Tampa Bay won the third game of the series, 4–3. Red Sox batters had eight hits, but struck out 12 times. Starter Tanner Houck fell to 3–5 on the season, allowing three runs (one earned) on five hits in 5+23 innings. Rafael Devers and Wilyer Abreu each homered.[277][278][279] The final game of the series was also won by the Rays, 7–5. Starter Cooper Criswell allowed five runs (three earned) on four hits in 3+23 innings, but escaped with a no decision. Kenley Jansen allowed two ninth-inning runs and took the loss. Jarren Duran had three hits, including a home run. Devers also homered.[280][281][282]

Red Sox lost the series 1–3 (16–20 runs)

May 17–May 19, at St. Louis Cardinals

A three-game series in St. Louis opened with a 10–6 loss. Starter Brayan Bello fell to 4–2 on the season after allowing five runs on seven hits in 4+23 innings. Rafael Devers hit his seventh home run of the season. Connor Wong had four hits. The loss dropped Boston's winning percentage below .500, at 22–23 (.489).[283][284][285] The Cardinals won the middle game of the series, 7–2, with five of their runs coming in the eighth inning. Red Sox starter Kutter Crawford had a no decision after allowing one run on six hits in 5+23 innings. The loss went to Justin Slaten, the second of three Boston relievers, who allowed five runs (four earned) on five hits in one inning. Devers again homered.[286][287][288] The Red Sox avoided a sweep by winning Sunday's game, 11–3. Starter Nick Pivetta earned the win after allowing one run on one hit in six innings. Devers homered for the fifth straight game. Tyler O'Neill and David Hamilton also homered.[289][290][291]

Red Sox lost the series 1–2 (19–20 runs)

May 20–May 22, at Tampa Bay Rays

Boston opened a three-game series at Tropicana Field with a 5–0 win. Starter Tanner Houck improved to 4–5 on the season by holding the Rays to two hits in seven innings. Rafael Devers set a new Red Sox team record by extending his consecutive-game home run streak to six.[292] Ceddanne Rafaela also homered.[293][294][295] The Red Sox won the middle game of the series, 5–2. Starter Cooper Criswell had a no decision after allowing two runs on six hits in 5+13 innings. The win went to Greg Weissert, the second of four Boston relievers. Kenley Jansen recorded a save. Jarren Duran had a home run and had a steal of home. Reese McGuire also homered.[296][297][298] The Red Sox completed the series sweep with an 8–5 win on Wednesday, their first sweep of the Rays at Tropicana Field since 2019.[299] Starter Brayan Bello improved to 5–2 for the season, having allowed three runs on four hits in six innings. Wilyer Abreu homered.[300][301][302]

Red Sox won the series 3–0 (18–7 runs)

May 24–May 26, vs. Milwaukee Brewers

A three-game series hosting the Brewers opened with a 7–2 loss. Starter Kutter Crawford fell to 2–3 on the season after allowing six runs on seven hits in 4+13 innings. Jarren Duran and David Hamilton each had three hits. Dominic Smith homered.[303][304][305] Milwaukee won the middle game of the series, 6–3. Boston starter Nick Pivetta fell to 2–3 on the season, having allowed five runs on seven hits in 3+13 innings. Ceddanne Rafaela had two hits and two RBIs.[306][307][308] The Red Sox avoided a sweep with a 2–1 win on Sunday afternoon. Starter Tanner Houck had a no decision after allowing one run on seven hits in six innings. The win went to Justin Slaten, the second of three Boston relief pitchers; Kenley Jansen recorded his ninth save of the season. Wilyer Abreu had three hits.[309][310][311]

Red Sox lost the series 1–2 (7–14 runs)

May 27–May 29, at Baltimore Orioles

The Red Sox opened a three-game series at Camden Yards with an 11–3 loss. Starter Cooper Criswell allowed seven runs (six earned) on six his in four innings and took the loss. Romy González drove in all three Boston runs.[312][313][314] The Red Sox won the middle game of the series, 8–3. Starter Brayan Bello recorded his sixth win of the season, allowing three runs on five hits in five innings. Rafael Devers had four hits and drove in two runs. Rob Refsnyder and Wilyer Abreu each homered.[315][316][317] Baltimore won the final game of the series, 6–1. Boston starter Kutter Crawford fell to 2–4 on the season after allowing five runs on four hits in six innings. Connor Wong had two hits, and Dominic Smith drove in the only Red Sox run.[318][319][320]

Red Sox lost the series 1–2 (12–20 runs)

May 30–May 31, vs. Detroit Tigers

Hosting the Tigers for a four-game home series, the Red Sox lost the opening game, 5–0. Starter Nick Pivetta fell to 2–4 on the season after allowing two runs on three hits in 5+13 innings. He did tie a Red Sox franchise record, first accomplished by Roger Clemens, by striking out eight consecutive batters.[321] Detroit starter Jack Flaherty did not allow a hit until the seventh inning.[322] Rob Refsnyder and Reese McGuire registered Boston's only hits.[323][324][325] Boston won the second game of the series, 7–3. Starter Tanner Houck improved to 5–5 on the season after allowing one run on three hits in seven innings. Ceddanne Rafaela had two home runs and five RBIs.[326][327][328]

Boston exited May with a 29–29 record, in third place of the American League East.[329]

June

June[edit]

The Red Sox entered June in third place of the American League East, with a record of 29–29, having just split the first two games of a four-game series hosting the Tigers.[330]

June 1–June 2, vs. Detroit Tigers (cont'd)

The third game of the series was won by Boston, 6–3. The win went to starter Cooper Criswell, who allowed one hit on four runs in five innings. Enmanuel Valdez had three hits, including two home runs, and three RBIs.[331][332][333] The final game of the series was an 8–4 Detroit victory in 10 innings on Sunday afternoon. Red Sox starter Brayan Bello had a no decision after allowing four runs on eight hits in 6+13 innings. The loss went to Cam Booser after allowing four runs (three earned) on four hits in the 10th inning. Rafael Devers hit his 11th home run of the season.[334][335][336]

Red Sox split the series 2–2 (17–19 runs)

June 4–June 5, vs. Atlanta Braves

A two-game home series hosting the Braves began with an 8–3 loss. Red Sox starter Kutter Crawford fell to 2–5 on the season after allowing six runs (four earned) on five hits in six innings. Dominic Smith homered.[337][338][339] The Red Sox split the series with a 9–0 win on Wednesday. Starter Nick Pivetta earned the win, allowing just one hit—a fourth-inning single by Austin Riley—in seven innings. Rafael Devers had two home runs; Jarren Duran also homered.[340][341][342]

Red Sox split the series 1–1 (12–8 runs)

June 6–June 9, at Chicago White Sox

The Red Sox opened a four-game series hosted by the White Sox with a 14–2 win, amassing 24 total hits, including four each by Jarren Duran and Ceddanne Rafaela. Jamie Westbrook, Enmanuel Valdez, and Duran all homered. Starter Tanner Houck earned his sixth win of the season, having allowed two runs on three hits in seven innings.[343][344][345] The loss set a franchise record of 14 consecutive losses for the White Sox.[346] Boston lost the second game of the series, 7–2. Starter Cooper Criswell allowed four runs (three earned) on five hits in 4+13 innings and took the loss. David Hamilton had two stolen bases and Duran had a steal of home.[347][348][349] The White Sox won the third game of the series, 6–1. Boston's only run was a home run by Bobby Dalbec in the fifth inning. Brayan Bello fell to 6–3 on the season, having allowed five runs on nine hits in 4+23 innings.[350][351][352] The Red Sox avoided a series loss with a 6–4 win in 10 innings on Sunday. Zack Kelly, serving as an opener and the first of seven Boston pitchers, did not allow a hit in two innings of work. Kenley Jansen held the White Sox to one hit and no runs in two innings of work and got the win, with Cam Booser recording a save. Hamilton had two hits, including a home run.[353][354][355]

Red Sox split the series 2–2 (23–19 runs)

June 11–June 13, vs. Philadelphia Phillies

Hosting the Phillies for three games at Fenway, the Red Sox lost the opener on Tuesday evening, 4–1. Rob Refsnyder had a sacrifice fly that accounted for Boston's only run. Starter Kutter Crawford allowed four runs (two earned) on six hits in six innings and fell to 2–6 for the season.[356][357][358] Boston won the middle game of the series, 8–6. Jarren Duran had three hits and David Hamilton homered. Starter Nick Pivetta pitched four innings and had a no decision after allowing four runs on six hits. Cam Booser, the first of five Red Sox relievers, earned the win. Kenley Jansen earned his 10th save of the season.[359][360][361] The Red Sox won the final game of the series, 9–3. Starter Tanner Houck earned the win, allowing three runs on eight hits in six innings. Brad Keller pitched the final three innings and earned a save. Tyler O'Neill hit a three-run home run.[362][363][364]

Red Sox won the series 2–1 (18–13 runs)

June 14–June 16, vs. New York Yankees

The season's first Yankees–Red Sox rivalry matchup—a three-game series at Fenway Park—opened with an 8–1 New York win. Boston starter Brayan Bello took the loss after allowing five runs (four earned) on six hits in 4+23 innings. The Red Sox were limited to five hits, with Enmanuel Valdez driving in the team's only run.[365][366][367] Boston won the middle game of the series, 8–4. Starter Cooper Criswell allowed two runs on three hits in four innings for a no decision. The win went to Justin Slaten, the first of four Red Sox relievers. Kenley Jansen recorded the final four outs for a save. Ceddanne Rafaela had three hits and Rafael Devers had two RBIs.[368][369][370] Boston won the final game of the series, broadcast nationally on Sunday night, 9–3. David Hamilton had four stolen bases as the Red Sox set a single-game franchise record with nine total steals.[371] Starter Kutter Crawford allowed three runs on three hits in six innings for the win. Rafaela again had three hits, and Connor Wong had three RBIs.[372][373][374]

Red Sox won the series 2–1 (18–15 runs)

June 17–June 19, at Toronto Blue Jays

Boston opened a three-game series in Toronto with a 7–3 win. Starter Nick Pivetta improved to 4–4 on the season after allowing three runs on nine hits in seven innings. Kenley Jansen recorded the final out with two men on base for a save. Tyler O'Neill had two home runs, while Rafael Devers and Ceddanne Rafaela also homered.[375][376][377] The second game of the series was also won by the Red Sox, 4–3. Rafaela had three hits and O'Neill again homered. Starter Tanner Houck had a no decision after allowing three runs (two earned) on six hits in 5+23 innings. The win went to Zack Kelly, the first of four Boston relief pitchers. Jansen again had a save.[378][379][380] Boston completed a series sweep with a 7–3 win on Wednesday. Starter Brayan Bello improved to 7–4 on the season after allowing two runs on seven hits in six innings. Enmanuel Valdez and Jarren Duran both homered. Duran and Romy González each had two stolen bases.[381][382][383]

Red Sox won the series 3–0 (18–9 runs)

June 21–June 23, at Cincinnati Reds

In Cincinnati, the Red Sox opened a three-game series with a 5–2 defeat. The loss went to starter Kutter Crawford, who allowed five runs (three earned) on five hits in 6+13 innings. Boston's scoring was limited to solo home runs by Connor Wong and Jarren Duran.[384][385][386] In the middle game of the series, the Red Sox trailed 3–0 after three innings, but rallied to win, 4–3. Starter Nick Pivetta allowed three runs on six hits in 4+13 innings and had a no decision. Zack Kelly, the fourth of six relievers, got the win and Kenley Jansen earned his 14th save of the season. Dominic Smith homered.[387][388][389] On Sunday, the Red Sox won the closing game of the series, 7–4. Opener Zack Kelly pitched 2+23 scoreless innings; the win went to Greg Weissert, the second of seven Boston relievers. Jansen again recorded a save. Wong and Rob Refsnyder each homered. Duran had three hits.[390][391][392]

Red Sox won the series 2–1 (13–12 runs)

June 24–June 26, vs. Toronto Blue Jays

The Red Sox opened a three-game home series with a 7–6 come-from-behind win over the Blue Jays, secured with a Jarren Duran walk-off hit.[393] Before the game, the Red Sox honored the Boston Celtics, who had won their NBA-record 18th championship in the 2024 NBA Finals a week earlier. Celtics head coach Joe Mazzulla threw out a ceremonial first pitch along with players Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum, Al Horford, Derrick White, and Kristaps Porziņģis.[394] Starter Tanner Houck had a no decision after allowing three runs (two earned) on five hits in 6+23 innings. Kenley Jansen pitched a scoreless ninth inning and earned the win. Rafael Devers and David Hamilton both homered; Devers and Duran each had three hits.[395][396][397] Boston lost the middle game of the series, 9–4, largely due to allowing Toronto to score seven runs in the third inning. Starter Brayan Bello took the loss after allowing seven runs on five hits in 2+13 innings. Devers and Tyler O'Neill each hit their 16th home run of the season.[398][399][400] The final game of the series was suspended after 1+13 scoreless innings due to rain on Wednesday evening—it was scheduled to resume on August 26 at Fenway.[401][402]

Final game of series suspended: scheduled to resume on August 26. Series currently tied 1–1 (11–15 runs)

June 28–June 30, vs. San Diego Padres

A three-game series at Fenway opened with a 9–2 loss to the Padres. Nick Pivetta took the loss after allowing five runs on seven hits in four innings. Ceddanne Rafaela had three hits and Rafael Devers homered.[403][404][405] The middle game of the series was also won by San Diego, 11–1. Starter Tanner Houck fell to 7–6 on the season after allowing eight runs (seven earned) on nine hits in 4+13 innings. Boston's only run came on a homer by Jarren Duran. First baseman Dominic Smith pitched a scoreless ninth inning for the Red Sox.[406][407][408] Boston avoided a series sweep by winning Sunday's game, 4–1. Starter Josh Winckowski held the Padres scoreless in five innings of work while allowing four hits to earn the win. Kenley Jansen recorded a save. Devers and Duran each homered.[409][410][411]

Red Sox lost the series 1–2 (7–21 runs)

Boston finished June in third place of the American League East, with a record of 44–39.[412]

July

The Red Sox entered July in third place of the American League East, with a record of 44–39, 8+12 games behind the division-leading Baltimore Orioles.[412] The Red Sox began the month with a day off.

July 2–July 4, at Miami Marlins

Boston opened a three-game series in Miami with an 8–3 win. Starter Kutter Crawford earned the win, having allowed one run on three hits in six innings. Jarren Duran and Ceddanne Rafaela each homered. Masataka Yoshida had three hits.

Season standings

American League East

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Baltimore Orioles 54 31 0.635 29–17 25–14
New York Yankees 54 33 0.621 1 24–15 30–18
Boston Red Sox 45 39 0.536 20–23 25–16
Tampa Bay Rays 43 42 0.506 11 23–25 20–17
Toronto Blue Jays 39 46 0.459 15 21–22 18–24


Upcoming games

Note: all times local to Boston (ET)

# Date Day Opponent Time
86 July 3 Wednesday at Marlins 6:40 p.m.
87 July 4 Thursday at Marlins 1:10 p.m.
88 July 5 Friday at Yankees 7:05 p.m.
89 July 6 Saturday at Yankees 1:05 p.m.
90 July 7 Sunday at Yankees 7:10 p.m.†
July 8 Monday no game
91 July 9 Tuesday vs. Athletics 7:10 p.m.
92 July 10 Wednesday vs. Athletics 7:10 p.m.
93 July 11 Thursday vs. Athletics 7:10 p.m.
94 July 12 Friday vs. Royals 7:10 p.m.
95 July 13 Saturday vs. Royals 4:10 p.m.
96 July 14 Sunday vs. Royals 1:35 p.m.

† Broadcast on ESPN (Sunday Night Baseball)
Source:[415][416]

Current roster

Active roster Inactive roster Coaches/Other

Pitchers
Starting rotation

Bullpen

Closer(s)


Catchers

Infielders

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Pitchers

Catchers

Infielders



Manager

Coaches

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MLB debuts

Red Sox players who made their MLB debuts during the 2024 regular season:

Transactions

Transactions of/for players on the 40-man roster during the 2024 regular season:

April

April[edit]

May

May[edit]

June

July

Injuries

Player Details
Chris Murphy March 18, 2024: Murphy undergoes an MRI after experiencing elbow discomfort.[477]

April 10, 2024: The team announces that Murphy successfully underwent Tommy John surgery and will miss the rest of the season.[478][479]

Trevor Story April 5, 2024: Story exits game after injuring his shoulder from diving to field a groundball.[480]

April 12, 2024: Story has season-ending shoulder surgery.[481]

Garrett Cooper April 30: Cooper exits game after being hit in the wrist by a 94.8mph fastball by Sean Hjelle. The team called his injury a "right wrist contusion."[482]

May 22: Cooper is scratched from the lineup against Tampa Bay due to right shoulder discomfort.[483]

Tyler O'Neill May 5, 2024: O'Neill leaves game with right knee soreness.[484]
Garrett Whitlock May 16, 2024: Whitlock begins feeling soreness in his elbow after his May 15, 2024, outing with Worcester.[485]

May 20, 2024: In a post-game interview Alex Cora reveals that Whitlock has ligament damage.[486]

May 25, 2024: Whitlock informs reporters that he will undergo surgery on his injured elbow and as a result will no longer pitch in the 2024 season.[487]

Game log

In November 2023, the team announced which uniforms it would wear during the season:[488]

Red Sox Win Red Sox Loss Game Postponed
2024 Boston Red Sox Season Game Log: 45–39 (Home: 20–23; Away: 25–16)
March/April: 17–13 (Home: 6–8; Away: 11–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
Streak
1 March 28 @ Mariners 6–4 Bello (1–0) Castillo (0–1) Jansen (1) T-Mobile Park 45,337 1–0 W1
2 March 29 @ Mariners 0–1 Kirby (1–0) Pivetta (0–1) Muñoz (1) T-Mobile Park 30,013 1–1 L1
3 March 30 @ Mariners 3–4 (10) Saucedo (1–0) Rodríguez (0–1) T-Mobile Park 32,149 1–2 L2
4 March 31 @ Mariners 5–1 Whitlock (1–0) Miller (0–1) Slaten (1) T-Mobile Park 29,331 2–2 W1
5 April 1 @ Athletics 9–0 Houck (1–0) Boyle (0–1) Anderson (1) Oakland Coliseum 6,618 3–2 W2
6 April 2 @ Athletics 5–4 (11) Winckowski (1–0) Spence (0–1) Oakland Coliseum 5,112 4–2 W3
7 April 3 @ Athletics 1–0 Pivetta (1–1) Stripling (0–2) Jansen (2) Oakland Coliseum 6,436 5–2 W4
8 April 5 @ Angels 8–6 Martin (1–0) Soriano (0–1) Jansen (3) Angel Stadium 44,714 6–2 W5
9 April 6 @ Angels 1–2 Detmers (2–0) Weissert (0–1) Estévez (3) Angel Stadium 44,485 6–3 L1
10 April 7 @ Angels 12–2 Houck (2–0) Silseth (0–1) Anderson (2) Angel Stadium 38,917 7–3 W1
11 April 9 Orioles 1–7 Burnes (2–0) Bello (1–1) Fenway Park 36,093 7–4 L1
12 April 10 Orioles 5–7 Baumann (1–0) Martin (1–1) Kimbrel (2) Fenway Park 27,936 7–5 L2
13 April 11 Orioles 4–9 (10) Kimbrel (2–0) Campbell (0–1) Fenway Park 26,230 7–6 L3
14 April 12 Angels 0–7 Detmers (3–0) Houck (2–1) Fenway Park 26,106 7–7 L4
15 April 13 Angels 7–2 Weissert (1–1) Canning (1–1) Fenway Park 31,878 8–7 W1
16 April 14 Angels 5–4 Bello (2–1) Anderson (2–1) Jansen (4) Fenway Park 30,792 9–7 W2
17 April 15 Guardians 0–6 Herrin (1–0) Bernardino (0–1) Fenway Park 33,008 9–8 L1
18 April 16 Guardians 7–10 (11) Clase (1–0) Winckowski (1–1) Barlow (1) Fenway Park 30,133 9–9 L2
19 April 17 Guardians 2–0 Houck (2–1) Lively (0–1) Fenway Park 32,024 10–9 W1
20 April 18 Guardians 4–5 Carrasco (1–1) Criswell (0–1) Clase (5) Fenway Park 35,494 10–10 L1
21 April 19 @ Pirates 8–1 Bello (3–1) Priester (0–1) PNC Park 17,959 11–10 W1
22 April 20 @ Pirates 4–2 Crawford (1–0) Keller (2–2) Jansen (5) PNC Park 26,025 12–10 W2
23 April 21 @ Pirates 6–1 Slaten (1–0) Pérez (1–1) PNC Park 18,814 13–10 W3
24 April 23 @ Guardians 1–4 Barlow (1–2) Houck (3–2) Clase (7) Progressive Field 13,543 13–11 L1
25 April 24 @ Guardians 8–0 Criswell (1–1) Carrasco (1–2) Progressive Field 13,916 14–11 W1
26 April 25 @ Guardians 4–6 Gaddis (1–0) Anderson (0–1) Clase (8) Progressive Field 16,082 14–12 L1
27 April 26 Cubs 1–7 Imanaga (4–0) Crawford (1–1) Fenway Park 31,801 14–13 L2
28 April 27 Cubs 17–0 Slaten (2–0) Brown (0–1) Fenway Park 35,169 15–13 W1
29 April 28 Cubs 5–4 Jansen (1–0) Leiter Jr. (0–1) Fenway Park 32,052 16–13 W2
30 April 30 Giants 4–0 Criswell (2–1) Webb (3–2) Fenway Park 30,027 17–13 W3
May: 12–16 (Home: 6–8; Away: 6–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
Streak
31 May 1 Giants 6–2 Crawford (2–1) Jeffries (0–2) Fenway Park 30,787 18–13 W4
32 May 2 Giants 1–3 Walker (3–2) Kelly (0–1) Doval (6) Fenway Park 30,065 18–14 L1
33 May 3 @ Twins 2–5 Paddack (3–1) Houck (3–3) Durán (2) Target Field 24,488 18–15 L2
34 May 4 @ Twins 1–3 López (3–2) Booser (0–1) Sands (2) Target Field 23,587 18–16 L3
35 May 5 @ Twins 9–2 Bernardino (1–0) Ryan (1–2) Target Field 29,638 19–16 W1
36 May 7 @ Braves 2–4 Jiménez (1–0) Slaten (2–1) Iglesias (9) Truist Park 38,142 19–17 L1
37 May 8 @ Braves 0–5 Sale (5–1) Pivetta (1–2) Truist Park 37,015 19–18 L2
38 May 10 Nationals 1–5 Corbin (1–3) Houck (3–4) Fenway Park 31,313 19–19 L3
39 May 11 Nationals 4–2 Martin (2–1) Garcia (0–2) Jansen (6) Fenway Park 30,995 20–19 W1
40 May 12 Nationals 3–2 Bello (4–1) Gore (2–4) Jansen (7) Fenway Park 29,250 21–19 W2
41 May 13 Rays 3–5 Eflin (3–4) Crawford (2–2) Adam (3) Fenway Park 28,663 21–20 L1
42 May 14 Rays 5–4 (12) Bernardino (2–1) Rodríguez (0–1) Fenway Park 32,893 22–20 W1
43 May 15 Rays 3–4 Bradley (1–1) Houck (3–5) Kelly (1) Fenway Park 30,016 22–21 L1
44 May 16 Rays 5–7 Rodríguez (1–1) Jansen (1–1) Ramírez (1) Fenway Park 31,704 22–22 L2
45 May 17 @ Cardinals 6–10 Gibson (3–2) Bello (4–2) Busch Stadium 37,961 22–23 L3
46 May 18 @ Cardinals 2–7 Romero (1–0) Slaten (2–2) Busch Stadium 40,690 22–24 L4
47 May 19 @ Cardinals 11–3 Pivetta (2–2) Liberatore (1–2) Busch Stadium 39,316 23–24 W1
48 May 20 @ Rays 5–0 Houck (4–5) Bradley (1–2) Tropicana Field 13,489 24–24 W2
49 May 21 @ Rays 5–2 Weissert (2–1) Adam (2–1) Jansen (8) Tropicana Field 12,274 25–24 W3
50 May 22 @ Rays 8–5 Bello (5–2) Lovelady (0–2) Tropicana Field 13,095 26–24 W4
51 May 24 Brewers 2–7 Wilson (3–1) Crawford (2–3) Fenway Park 30,992 26–25 L1
52 May 25 Brewers 3–6 Rea (4–2) Pivetta (2–3) Megill (8) Fenway Park 34,822 26–26 L2
53 May 26 Brewers 2–1 Slaten (2–1) Peguero (4–2) Jansen (9) Fenway Park 34,078 27–26 W1
54 May 27 @ Orioles 3–11 Irvin (5–2) Criswell (2–2) Camden Yards 40,951 27–27 L1
55 May 28 @ Orioles 8–3 Bello (6–2) Rodriguez (5–2) Camden Yards 17,970 28–27 W1
56 May 29 @ Orioles 1–6 Burnes (5–2) Crawford (2–4) Camden Yards 18,857 28–28 L1
57 May 30 Tigers 0–5 Flaherty (2–4) Pivetta (2–4) Fenway Park 31,077 28–29 L2
58 May 31 Tigers 7–3 Houck (5–5) Maeda (2–2) Fenway Park 31,231 29–29 W1
June: 15–10 (Home: 8–7; Away: 7–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
Streak
59 June 1 Tigers 6–3 Criswell (3–2) Olson (1–6) Fenway Park 33,806 30–29 W2
60 June 2 Tigers 4–8 (10) Chafin (3–1) Booser (0–2) Fenway Park 34,662 30–30 L1
61 June 4 Braves 3–8 Fried (6–2) Crawford (2–5) Fenway Park 34,628 30–31 L2
62 June 5 Braves 9–0 Pivetta (3–4) Schwellenbach (0–2) Fenway Park 33,760 31–31 W1
63 June 6 @ White Sox 14–2 Houck (6–5) Woodford (0–2) Guaranteed Rate Field 15,568 32–31 W2
64 June 7 @ White Sox 2–7 Crochet (6–5) Criswell (3–3) Cannon (1) Guaranteed Rate Field 19,684 32–32 L1
65 June 8 @ White Sox 1–6 Banks (1–2) Bello (6–3) Guaranteed Rate Field 26,248 32–33 L2
66 June 9 @ White Sox 6–4 (10) Jansen (2–1) Soroka (0–7) Booser (1) Guaranteed Rate Field 21,055 33–33 W1
67 June 11 Phillies 1–4 Wheeler (8–3) Crawford (2–6) Alvarado (12) Fenway Park 35,004 33–34 L1
68 June 12 Phillies 8–6 Booser (1–2) Ruiz (1–1) Jansen (10) Fenway Park 33,236 34–34 W1
69 June 13 Phillies 9–3 Houck (7–5) Nola (8–3) Keller (1) Fenway Park 34,007 35–34 W2
70 June 14 Yankees 1–8 Gil (9–1) Bello (6–4) Fenway Park 35,024 35–35 L1
71 June 15 Yankees 8–4 Slaten (4–2) Rodón (9–3) Jansen (11) Fenway Park 36,673 36–35 W1
72 June 16 Yankees 9–3 Crawford (3–6) Stroman (6–3) Fenway Park 36,718 37–35 W2
73 June 17 @ Blue Jays 7–3 Pivetta (4–4) Kikuchi (4–6) Jansen (12) Rogers Centre 29,907 38–35 W3
74 June 18 @ Blue Jays 4–3 Kelly (1–1) Little (0–1) Jansen (13) Rogers Centre 38,595 39–35 W4
75 June 19 @ Blue Jays 7–3 Bello (7–4) Gausman (5–6) Rogers Centre 38,906 40–35 W5
76 June 21 @ Reds 2–5 Abbott (6–6) Crawford (3–7) Díaz (17) Great American Ball Park 37,146 40–36 L1
77 June 22 @ Reds 4–3 Kelly (2–1) Wilson (1–1) Jansen (14) Great American Ball Park 31,803 41–36 W1
78 June 23 @ Reds 7–4 Weissert (3–1) Lodolo (8–3) Jansen (15) Great American Ball Park 29,199 42–36 W2
79 June 24 Blue Jays 7–6 Jansen (3–1) Pop (0–2) Fenway Park 35,856 43–36 W3
80 June 25 Blue Jays 4–9 Gausman (6–6) Bello (7–5) Fenway Park 34,546 43–37 L1
June 26 Blue Jays Suspended (rain); Resuming August 26
81 June 28 Padres 2–9 Kolek (2–0) Pivetta (9–5) Fenway Park 33,540 43–38 L2
82 June 29 Padres 1–11 King (6–5) Houck (7–6) Fenway Park 33,003 43–39 L3
83 June 30 Padres 4–1 Winckowski (2–1) Waldron (5–7) Jansen (16) Fenway Park 30,665 44–39 W1
July: 1–0 (Home: 0–0; Away: 1–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
Streak
84 July 2 @ Marlins 8–3 Crawford (4–7) Bellozo (0–1) LoanDepot Park 14,676 45–39 W2
85 July 3 @ Marlins LoanDepot Park
86 July 4 @ Marlins LoanDepot Park
87 July 5 @ Yankees Yankee Stadium
88 July 6 @ Yankees Yankee Stadium
89 July 7 @ Yankees Yankee Stadium
90 July 9 Athletics Fenway Park
91 July 10 Athletics Fenway Park
92 July 11 Athletics Fenway Park
93 July 12 Royals Fenway Park
94 July 13 Royals Fenway Park
95 July 14 Royals Fenway Park
ASG July 16 All-Star Game NL – AL Globe Life Field
96 July 19 @ Dodgers Dodger Stadium
97 July 20 @ Dodgers Dodger Stadium
98 July 21 @ Dodgers Dodger Stadium
99 July 22 @ Rockies Coors Field
100 July 23 @ Rockies Coors Field
101 July 24 @ Rockies Coors Field
102 July 26 Yankees Fenway Park
103 July 27 Yankees Fenway Park
104 July 28 Yankees Fenway Park
105 July 29 Mariners Fenway Park
106 July 30 Mariners Fenway Park
107 July 31 Mariners Fenway Park
August: 0–0 (Home: 0–0; Away: 0–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
Streak
108 August 2 @ Rangers Globe Life Field
109 August 3 @ Rangers Globe Life Field
110 August 4 @ Rangers Globe Life Field
111 August 5 @ Royals Kauffman Stadium
112 August 6 @ Royals Kauffman Stadium
113 August 7 @ Royals Kauffman Stadium
114 August 9 Astros Fenway Park
115 August 10 Astros Fenway Park
116 August 11 Astros Fenway Park
117 August 12 Rangers Fenway Park
118 August 13 Rangers Fenway Park
119 August 14 Rangers Fenway Park
120 August 15 @ Orioles Camden Yards
121 August 16 @ Orioles Camden Yards
122 August 17 @ Orioles Camden Yards
123 August 18 @ Orioles Camden Yards
124 August 19 @ Astros Minute Maid Park
125 August 20 @ Astros Minute Maid Park
126 August 21 @ Astros Minute Maid Park
127 August 23 Diamondbacks Fenway Park
128 August 24 Diamondbacks Fenway Park
129 August 25 Diamondbacks Fenway Park
130 August 26[a] Blue Jays Fenway Park
131 August 26[b] Blue Jays Fenway Park
132 August 27 Blue Jays Fenway Park
133 August 28 Blue Jays Fenway Park
134 August 29 Blue Jays Fenway Park
135 August 30 @ Tigers Comerica Park
136 August 31 @ Tigers Comerica Park
September: 0–0 (Home: 0–0; Away: 0–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
Streak
137 September 1 @ Tigers Comerica Park
138 September 2 @ Mets Citi Field
139 September 3 @ Mets Citi Field
140 September 4 @ Mets Citi Field
141 September 6 White Sox Fenway Park
142 September 7 White Sox Fenway Park
143 September 8 White Sox Fenway Park
144 September 9 Orioles Fenway Park
145 September 10 Orioles Fenway Park
146 September 11 Orioles Fenway Park
147 September 12 @ Yankees Yankee Stadium
148 September 13 @ Yankees Yankee Stadium
149 September 14 @ Yankees Yankee Stadium
150 September 15 @ Yankees Yankee Stadium
151 September 17 @ Rays Tropicana Field
152 September 18 @ Rays Tropicana Field
153 September 19 @ Rays Tropicana Field
154 September 20 Twins Fenway Park
155 September 21 Twins Fenway Park
156 September 22 Twins Fenway Park
157 September 23 @ Blue Jays Rogers Centre
158 September 24 @ Blue Jays Rogers Centre
159 September 25 @ Blue Jays Rogers Centre
160 September 27 Rays Fenway Park
161 September 28 Rays Fenway Park
162 September 29 Rays Fenway Park

Grand slams

No. Date Red Sox batter H/A Pitcher Opposing team Ref.
None to date

Ejections

No. Date Red Sox personnel H/A Opposing team Ref.
1 April 11 Reese McGuire H Baltimore Orioles [490]
2 June 8 Alex Cora A Chicago White Sox [491]

Source:[492]

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball and Boston Red Sox minor league players

Minor-league managers and other personnel were announced on February 1.[493]

Level Team League Division Manager Notes
Triple-A Worcester Red Sox International League Northeast Chad Tracy
Double-A Portland Sea Dogs Eastern League Northeast Chad Epperson
High-A Greenville Drive South Atlantic League South Iggy Suarez
Single-A Salem Red Sox Carolina League North Liam Carroll
Rookie FCL Red Sox Florida Complex League South Jimmy Gonzalez
Tom Kotchman
DSL Red Sox Blue Dominican
Summer League
North Sandy Madera
DSL Red Sox Red Amaury Garcia

Notes

  1. ^ Conclusion of June 26 suspended game
  2. ^ Regularly-scheduled game

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