Koji Uehara signs two-year deal with Red Sox

Boston Red Sox relief pitcher Koji Uehara pumps his fist after getting Tampa Bay Rays' Desmond Jennings to ground out to end the top of the ninth inning of a baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston, Friday, May 30, 2014. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

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The reliever became a free agent Thursday but agreed to stay in Boston rather than test the market.

Luis Tiant Photo by Frank O'Brien Mar 7, 1976

Red Sox great Luis Tiant is on Hall of Fame’s Golden Era ballot

Tiant was one of 10 Golden Era candidates announced Thursday for a vote to be taken in December.

Chevy makes the best of exec’s nervous World Series speech

The carmaker plans to use Rikk Wilde’s new catchphrase “technology and stuff” to its advantage.

Joe Maddon opted out of his contract with the Rays last Friday. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File)

Report: Joe Maddon in line to manage Cubs

The Cubs and Theo Epstein are in the process of hiring the former Rays manager, a report said.

10 years later, 2004 Red Sox remembered fondly

The players demonstrated why they will long be remembered as one of the zaniest menageries of baseball talent.

Madison Bumgarner celebrated after beating the Royals in Game 7.

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Madison Bumgarner came up huge for Giants

At 25 years old and now with three championship rings Bumgarner may be the best clutch pitcher there is.

Giants 3, Royals 2

Giants close out Royals to win World Series

Madison Bumgarner ended the game with five scoreless innings as the Giants stranded the would-be tying run at third in the final inning.

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Giants survived error in ninth inning

With the Giants up, 3-2, and two outs, Alex Gordon lined a single into center field that got past Gregor Blanco and rolled to the wall.

Violence in San Francisco after Giants’ World Series win

In some areas of the city, people were injured by gunfire, and officers were hurt by bottles thrown by revelers.

Past Red Sox games

Chris Young scored in the seventh inning on a double by Jose Pirela.

Yankees 9, Red Sox 5

Red Sox end season on a losing note

The Red Sox won the ceremony, as they so often do. But then as they so often did during this sidetracked season, the Sox then lost the game.