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Red Sox vs. Rangers Wednesday afternoon live blog 04.09.14 at 3:45 pm ET
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The Red Sox will try to salvage a series against the Rangers at Fenway Park before they hit the road for their first encounter of the series with the Yankees. For the latest news, analysis and updates from the pressbox, join the live blog below:


Jared Remy brought up charges of assaulting fellow inmate 04.05.14 at 2:56 pm ET
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According to a statement by the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office, Jared Remy — son of Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy — has been accused of assaulting a fellow prisoner in Middlesex Jail.

The incident reportedly occurred at the Cambridge detention facility Thursday, leading the 35-year-old to be charged with with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Remy, who has been isolated from the other inmates will be arraigned on the new charges April 24 in Cambridge District Court.

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Photos: Red Sox home opener and ring ceremony 04.04.14 at 5:00 pm ET
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The Red Sox celebrated their 2013 World Series championship before Friday’s home opener against the Brewers. The ceremony included the presentation of players’ rings, tributes to the Boston Fire Department as well as victims of last year’s Marathon bombing, music from the Dropkick Murphys and Boston Pops, and much more. A team of WEEI photographers captured it all. Click here for the full slideshow.

The Red Sox honored all of Boston's championship teams since 2001 as part of Friday's ceremony. (WEEI)

The Red Sox honored all of Boston’s championship teams since 2001 as part of Friday’s ceremony. (WEEI)

Red Sox vs. Brewers home opener live blog: Ringing in a new season at Fenway Park 04.04.14 at 1:25 pm ET
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Catch all the latest news, analysis and updates from Fenway Park on Friday, where the Red Sox are commemorating last year’s championship and launching a new year in their home park. WEEI.com is on the scene from Fenway with the details of everything that is transpiring both in the game and the ceremony:


Red Sox announce home opener schedule with festivities to start at 1 p.m. 04.03.14 at 3:28 pm ET
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The Red Sox announced their schedule for their home opener at Fenway Park on Friday, which will include the presentation of World Series rings. Festivities are scheduled to start at 1 p.m., with first pitch slated for 2:05 p.m. Here is the team’s press release:

The Red Sox open their 114th home season this Friday, April 4, with Opening Day festivities set to begin at 1 p.m.  The Red Sox play the National League‘€™s Milwaukee Brewers at 2:05 p.m.

The pre-game ceremonies will include the presentation of the World Series rings, presented by Samsung, the performance of the national anthem, a helicopter fly-over, the Ceremonial First Pitch, and the call to ‘€œPlay Ball.’€

The ceremonies will include a moment of silence in tribute to Lieutenant Edward J. Walsh and Firefighter Michael R. Kennedy, who perished last week when a 9-alarm fire raged through a Back Bay home a mile and a half from Fenway Park.  The firefighters were from the station on Boylston Street that also protects the ballpark.

The singing of God Bless America in the middle of the 7th inning will be performed by the Boston Fire Department Quartet.

The Dropkick Murphys, along with Keith Lockhart conducting members of the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, will perform during the ceremonies. Members of the Hanscom Airforce Base military will line the length of the Green Monster wall as the American flag drops for the anthem.

To maintain the Opening Day tradition of a fly-over at Fenway Park, the United States Coast Guard will fly a single MH-60T helicopter, representing all of our armed forces, at the conclusion of the national anthem.

In honor of the 2013 championship, players will wear special gold-trimmed Red Sox jerseys with gold stitching around the World Series Championship patch on the left sleeve, and around the letters and numbers on the front and back of the jersey.

Fenway Park gates will open at 11:35 a.m., 2 ½ hours before the first pitch.  For the rest of the regular season, gates will open 1 ½ hours before the game, except for Season Ticket Holders and Red Sox Nation members, who may enter at Gate C 2 ½ hours before each game.

As always, and especially on midweek day games, the Red Sox urge fans to take the T.  In addition to the familiar Green Line stops at Kenmore Square, the MBTA has also built a new Yawkey station for its Commuter Rail service.

The refurbished station, located just 511 feet from the doorstep of Fenway Park, now has as many as 40 scheduled stops per day, up from only 17 flag stops previously.  Yawkey Station is part of the Commuter Rail’€™s Framingham/Worcester line, which runs from Worcester to South Station. The last outbound train from Yawkey Station departs at 11:36 p.m. on weekdays and 11:10 p.m. on weekends. Departure times for the last train leaving Yawkey Station are subject to change based on the length of the game.

Live Blog: Jake Peavy, Red Sox take on Twins in Grapefruit League action 03.13.14 at 12:54 pm ET
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FORT MYERS, Fla. — Follow all the action as Rob Bradford and other Red Sox beat writers keep you updated during the Red Sox’ spring training tilt against the Twins at Hammond Stadium. Getting the start for the Sox is Jake Peavy, with Brandon Workman, Dailer Hinojosa, Andrew Miller and Francisco Cordero also scheduled to take the mound:


Red Sox split squad beats Orioles and pitcher Alfredo Aceves 03.11.14 at 4:25 pm ET
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A split squad of Red Sox players in Sarasota showed no dearth of firepower against the Orioles, as Boston’s used three homers and a rally against former Sox pitcher Alfredo Aceves to claim a 6-5 victory over the Orioles. Will Middlebrooks homered for the second time in as many games against Orioles right-hander Tommy Hunter, while Brock Holt and Ryan Lavarnway both went deep for the first time of the spring. Lavarnway’s homer came against former teammate Aceves, who allowed three runs on five hits (including an RBI double by Daniel Nava and RBI triple by Jackie Bradley Jr. in the seventh inning and Lavarnway’s eighth-inning solo homer) in two innings of work. Nava went 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles, while catcher A.J. Pierzynski went 3-for-3 and drove in a run.

Sox starter Allen Webster was dominant early, allowing two hits (both singles, one of the infield variety) and striking out three through the first three frames while getting one groundball after another. But he issued three straight walks with one out in the fourth to end his day on a down note; he was ultimately charged with two runs when reliever Alex Wilson permitted two of his inherited runners to score.

Still, the Sox managed to keep the game in check until breaking a 3-3 tie with their trio of runs in the seventh and eighth innings against Aceves.

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