BOSTON — Hanley Ramirez has hit a few home runs in his day, so he knows how to celebrate when he lets one fly. The Red Sox slugger did just that Wednesday in the fifth inning of Boston’s contest against the Tampa Bay Rays at Fenway Park. With the bases loaded, two outs and the Sox trailing by three, Ramirez launched Drew Smyly’s first pitch of the at-bat to deep center field...
BOSTON (AP) Hanley Ramirez hit a grand slam, and Aaron Hill later sliced an RBI single to break an eighth-inning tie on Wednesday to help the Boston Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 8-6. Jackie Bradley Jr., who had three hits, and Xander Bogaerts each homered for the Red Sox. Dustin Pedroia had three more hits for Boston, which had lost five of its previous seven games after moving...
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An electrifying grand slam by Hanley Ramirez wasn't enough for the Red Sox to secure a victory in the series finale over the Rays on Wednesday at Fenway Park. Instead, a deja vu of the Boston bullpen imploding caused the Red Sox to muster up some extra offense to seal an 8-6 win on the final day of a six-game homestand.
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Boston Red Sox: Hanley Ramirez Grand Slam, Late Runs Lead Sox Past Rays 8-6 in Rollercoaster Matinee
It wasn't easy, but Hanley Ramirez blasted a fourth inning grand slam and Aaron Hill gave the Boston Red Sox (74-59) the go-ahead RBI in the eighth to push his team past the Tampa Bay Rays (56-76), 8-6, in the final game of the homestand.
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After a quiet three innings against the Rays on Wednesday afternoon, the Red Sox's offense needed a momentum boost, and Hanley Ramirez was happy to deliver it.
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There are many quirks associated with playing baseball in Fenway Park. The American League’s oldest home field, the park has many iconic features: the Green Monster, the Triangle, the smallest amount of foul territory in the big leagues, and Pesky’s Pole. The rulebook and ground rules are never far when playing a game in Fenway – too many nooks and crannies exist. Hanley Ramirez...
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Hanley Ramirez has been hot and cold this season, but there’s no doubt he’s been keeping up with the August heat. The Boston Red Sox first baseman continued to perform at the plate Friday against the Detroit Tigers, slugging a pair of two-RBI doubles to stretch Boston’s lead and keep up his stellar August. Ramirez ended Friday’s 10-2 win going 3-for-5 with a run and a whopping...
BOSTON — Hanley Ramirez had himself a night Friday, blasting two three-run homers at Fenway Park in the Red Sox’s 9-4 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks. The first homer came in the first inning and gave Boston a 3-2 lead, after David Price had a rough start. The second came in the next inning and pushed the Red Sox’s advantage to 8-2. Enjoy both of Ramirez’s majestic blasts...
The Boston Red Sox literally had injury added to insult Tuesday night, as Hanley Ramirez fell down the stairs and sprained his left wrist following an embarrassing 5-4 loss to the Seattle Mariners. Ramirez had an MRI on the wrist, the results of which were sent back to Boston for further examination from the team’s doctors, but for now there appears to be good news: The Red Sox’s...
The Boston Red Sox suffered a major downer on Tuesday night after losing to the Seattle Mariners 5-4. First baseman Hanley Ramirez, who went 2-for-4 in the game, suffered a wrist injury slipping on the dugout steps going into the clubhouse. Ramirez’s fall was bad enough that he got X-rays on his left wrist: Hanley was just taken out of the clubhouse on a cart with a trainer...
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