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1994 Boston Red Sox season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1994 Boston Red Sox
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record54–61 (.470)
Divisional place4th (17 GB)
Other information
Owner(s)JRY Trust
General manager(s)Dan Duquette
Manager(s)Butch Hobson
Local televisionWSBK-TV, Ch. 38
(Sean McDonough, Bob Montgomery)
NESN
(Bob Kurtz, Jerry Remy)
Local radioWRKO
(Jerry Trupiano, Joe Castiglione)
WROL
(Bobby Serrano, Hector Martinez)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 1994 Boston Red Sox season was the 94th season in the franchise's Major League Baseball history. The season was cut short by the 1994–95 Major League Baseball strike, and there was no postseason. When the strike started on August 12, the Red Sox were in fourth place in the American League East with a record of 54 wins and 61 losses, 17 games behind the New York Yankees.

Offseason

Regular season

Record by month[5]
Month Record Cumulative AL East Ref.
Won Lost Won Lost Position GB
April 17 7 17 7 1st +1+12 [6]
May 13 12 30 19 2nd 3+12 [7]
June 8 19 38 38 3rd 9+12 [8]
July 12 15 50 53 3rd 14+12 [9]
August 4 8 54 61 4th 17 [10]
Season ended due to players' strike [11]

On July 8, shortstop John Valentin executed an unassisted triple play in the sixth inning of a game against the Seattle Mariners—Valentin caught a line drive, touched second base, and tagged the runner coming from first base.[12] Alex Rodriguez made his major league debut in the same game, going hitless in three at bats.[12]

Season standings

This was the first season that the American League was structured with three divisions, with a realignment creating the AL Central. As a result, the AL East was reduced from seven teams to five. With three divisions, this was scheduled to be the first season with a wild card team advancing to the postseason. However, due to a players' strike, the season ended in August, and there was no postseason.

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Yankees 70 43 0.619 33–24 37–19
Baltimore Orioles 63 49 0.562 28–27 35–22
Toronto Blue Jays 55 60 0.478 16 33–26 22–34
Boston Red Sox 54 61 0.470 17 31–33 23–28
Detroit Tigers 53 62 0.461 18 34–24 19–38

Wild Card standings

Division leaders W L Pct.
New York Yankees 70 43 0.619
Chicago White Sox 67 46 0.593
Texas Rangers 52 62 0.456
W L Pct.
Cleveland Indians 66 47 0.584
Baltimore Orioles 63 49 0.562
Kansas City Royals 64 51 0.557
Toronto Blue Jays 55 60 0.478
Boston Red Sox 54 61 0.470
Minnesota Twins 53 60 0.469
Detroit Tigers 53 62 0.461
Milwaukee Brewers 53 62 0.461
Oakland Athletics 51 63 0.447
Seattle Mariners 49 63 0.438
California Angels 47 68 0.409

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Team BAL BOS CAL CWS CLE DET KC MIL MIN NYY OAK SEA TEX TOR
Baltimore 4–2 8–4 2–4 4–6 3–4 4–1 7–3 4–5 4–6 7–5 4–6 3–3 7–2
Boston 2–4 7–5 2–4 3–7 4–2 4–2 5–5 1–8 3–7 9–3 6–6 1–5 7–3
California 4–8 5–7 5–5 0–5 3–4 6–4 3–3 3–3 4–8 3–6 2–7 6–4 3–4
Chicago 4–2 4–2 5–5 7–5 8–4 3–7 9–3 2–4 4–2 6–3 9–1 4–5 2–3
Cleveland 6–4 7–3 5–0 5–7 8–2 1–4 5–2 9–3 0–9 6–0 3–2 5–7 6–4
Detroit 4–3 2–4 4–3 4–8 2–8 4–8 6–4 3–3 3–3 5–4 6–3 5–7 5–4
Kansas City 1–4 2–4 4–6 7–3 4–1 8–4 5–7 6–4 4–2 7–3 6–4 4–3 6–6
Milwaukee 3–7 5–5 3–3 3–9 2–5 4–6 7–5 6–6 2–7 4–1 4–2 3–3 7–3
Minnesota 5–4 8–1 3–3 4–2 3–9 3–3 4–6 6–6 4–5 2–5 3–3 4–5 4–8
New York 6–4 7–3 8–4 2–4 9–0 3–3 2–4 7–2 5–4 7–5 8–4 3–2 3–4
Oakland 5–7 3–9 6–3 3–6 0–6 4–5 3–7 1–4 5–2 5–7 4–3 7–3 5–1
Seattle 4–6 6–6 7–2 1–9 2–3 3–6 4–6 2–4 3–3 4–8 3–4 9–1 1–5
Texas 3–3 5–1 4–6 5–4 7–5 7–5 3–4 3–3 5–4 2–3 3–7 1–9 4–8
Toronto 2–7 3–7 4–3 3–2 4–6 4–5 6–6 3–7 8–4 4–3 1–5 5–1 8–4


Notable transactions

Opening Day lineup

  2 Otis Nixon CF
22 Billy Hatcher RF
39 Mike Greenwell     LF
42 Mo Vaughn 1B
10 Andre Dawson DH
34 Scott Cooper 3B
13 John Valentin SS
23 Dave Valle C
  5 Scott Fletcher 2B
21 Roger Clemens P

Source:[17]

Roster

1994 Boston Red Sox
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Player stats

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Damon Berryhill 82 255 67 .263 6 34
1B Mo Vaughn 111 394 122 .310 26 82
2B Tim Naehring 80 297 82 .276 7 42
3B Scott Cooper 104 369 104 .282 13 53
SS John Valentin 84 301 95 .316 9 49
LF Mike Greenwell 95 327 88 .269 11 45
CF Otis Nixon 103 398 109 .274 0 25
RF Billy Hatcher 44 164 40 .244 1 18
DH Andre Dawson 75 292 70 .240 16 48

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Greg Blosser 5 11 1 .091 0 1
Tom Brunansky 48 177 42 .237 10 34
Wes Chamberlain 51 164 42 .256 4 20
Scott Fletcher 63 185 42 .227 3 11
Greg Litton 11 21 2 .095 0 1
Luis Ortiz 7 18 3 .167 0 6
Carlos Rodriguez 57 174 50 .287 1 13
Rich Rowland 46 118 27 .229 9 20
Stan Royer 4 9 1 .111 0 1
Lee Tinsley 78 144 32 .222 2 14
Andy Tomberlin 17 36 7 .194 1 1
Dave Valle 30 76 12 .158 1 5
Eric Wedge 2 6 0 .000 0 0
Bob Zupcic 4 4 0 .000 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Roger Clemens 24 170.2 9 7 2.85 168
Aaron Sele 22 143.1 8 7 3.83 105
Joe Hesketh 25 114.0 8 5 4.26 83
Danny Darwin 13 75.2 7 5 6.30 54
Chris Nabholz 8 42.0 3 4 6.64 23

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Tony Fossas 44 2 0 1 4.76 31
Greg A. Harris 35 3 4 2 8.28 44
Chris Howard 37 1 0 1 3.63 22
Jeff Russell 29 0 5 12 5.14 18
Ken Ryan 42 2 3 13 2.44 32

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Cory Bailey 5 4.1 0 1 12.46 4
Scott Bankhead 27 37.2 3 2 4.54 25
Steve Farr 11 13.0 1 0 6.23 8
Gar Finnvold 8 36.1 0 4 5.94 17
Todd Frohwirth 22 26.2 0 3 10.80 13
José Meléndez 10 16.1 0 1 6.06 9
Nate Minchey 6 23.0 2 3 8.61 15
Paul Quantrill 17 23.0 1 1 3.52 15
Andy Tomberlin 1 2.0 0 0 0.00 1
Ricky Trlicek 12 22.1 1 1 8.06 7
Sergio Valdez 12 14.1 0 1 8.16 4
Tim Van Egmond 7 38.1 2 3 6.34 22
Frank Viola 6 37.2 1 1 4.65 9

Farm system

The Sarasota Red Sox replaced the Fort Lauderdale Red Sox as a Class A-Advanced affiliate.

Level Team League Manager
AAA Pawtucket Red Sox International League Buddy Bailey
AA New Britain Red Sox Eastern League Jim Pankovits
A-Advanced Lynchburg Red Sox Carolina League Mark Meleski
A-Advanced Sarasota Red Sox Florida State League DeMarlo Hale
A-Short Season Utica Blue Sox New York–Penn League Dave Holt
Rookie GCL Red Sox Gulf Coast League Felix Maldonado

Source:[18][19]

Game log

Red Sox Win Red Sox Loss Game Postponed Clinched Playoff Spot Clinched Division
1994 Boston Red Sox Season Game Log: 54–61 (Home: 31–33; Away: 23–28)
April: 17–7
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
Streak
1 April 4 Tigers 9–8 Bankhead (1–0) Davis (0–1) Russell (1) Fenway Park 34,023 1–0 W1
2 April 6 Tigers 5–4 Trlicek (1–0) Wells (0–1) Russell (2) Fenway Park 17,977 2–0 W2
3 April 7 Tigers 9–6 Darwin (1–0) Belcher (0–1) Harris (1) Fenway Park 15,304 3–0 W3
4 April 8 @ White Sox 8–6 Fossas (1–0) Assenmacher (0–1) Russell (3) Comiskey Park 42,890 4–0 W4
5 April 9 @ White Sox 5–6 McDowell (1–1) Harris (0–1) Hernandez (1) Comiskey Park 27,429 4–1 L1
6 April 10 @ White Sox 0–8 Fernandez (1–1) Hesketh (0–1) Comiskey Park 23,848 4–2 L2
7 April 11 @ Royals 8–5(10) Quantrill (1–0) Magnante (0–1) Kauffman Stadium 15,883 5–2 W1
8 April 12 @ Royals 22–11 Darwin (2–0) Appier (0–2) Kauffman Stadium 13,968 6–2 W2
9 April 13 @ Royals 1–2 Brewer (1–0) Russell (0–1) Kauffman Stadium 15,845 6–3 L1
10 April 15 White Sox 5–3 Clemens (1–0) Fernandez (1–2) Russell (4) Fenway Park 31,085 7–3 W1
11 April 17 White Sox 4–7 Sanderson (1–0) Viola (0–1) Hernandez (2) Fenway Park 34,501 7–4 L1
12 April 18 White Sox 1–12 Álvarez (3–0) Darwin (2–1) Fenway Park 34,657 7–5 L2
13 April 19 Athletics 13–5 Sele (1–0) Welch (0–1) Fenway Park 21,745 8–5 W1
14 April 20 Athletics 2–0 Clemens (2–0) Karsay (0–1) Fenway Park 25,372 9–5 W2
15 April 21 Athletics 6–5 Bankhead (2–0) Eckersley (0–2) Fenway Park 28,032 10–5 W3
16 April 22 Angels 6–5 Harris (1–1) Sampen (0–1) Fenway Park 25,870 11–5 W4
17 April 23 Angels 5–3 Darwin (3–1) Dopson (1–2) Russell (5) Fenway Park 33,889 12–5 W5
18 April 24 Angels 5–4 Sele (2–0) Leftwich (0–3) Russell (6) Fenway Park 32,521 13–5 W6
19 April 25 @ Mariners 2–4 Johnson (2–1) Clemens (2–1) Kingdome 35,468 13–6 L1
20 April 26 @ Mariners 3–4(10) Ayala (2–1) Harris (1–2) Kingdome 14,093 13–7 L2
21 April 27 @ Athletics 1–0 Viola (1–1) Darling (2–2) Russell (7) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 15,250 14–7 W1
22 April 28 @ Athletics 4–1 Darwin (4–1) Van Poppel (0–3) Russell (8) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 17,142 15–7 W2
23 April 29 @ Angels 6–4 Sele (3–0) Leftwich (0–4) Ryan (1) Anaheim Stadium 30,178 16–7 W3
24 April 30 @ Angels 4–1 Clemens (3–1) Leiter (2–2) Harris (2) Anaheim Stadium 55,057 17–7 W4
May: 13–12
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
Streak
25 May 1 @ Angels 10–1 Hesketh (1–1) Anderson (3–1) Anaheim Stadium 34,810 18–7 W5
26 May 3 Mariners 7–6 Bankhead (3–0) Fleming (2–4) Ryan (2) Fenway Park 23,309 19–7 W6
27 May 4 Mariners 4–2 Darwin (5–1) Hibbard (1–2) Frohwirth (1) Fenway Park 24,807 20–7 W7
28 May 6 @ Yankees 1–3 Key (5–1) Sele (3–1) Yankee Stadium 30,970 20–8 L1
29 May 7 @ Yankees 5–6 Wickman (1–0) Russell (0–2) Yankee Stadium 44,712 20–9 L2
30 May 8 @ Yankees 4–8 Mulholland (4–2) Quantrill (1–1) Hitchcock (1) Yankee Stadium 28,680 20–10 W3
31 May 9 Brewers 4–7 Ignasiak (1–0) Darwin (5–2) Fenway Park 21,844 20–11 L4
32 May 10 Brewers 5–9 Navarro (2–2) Harris (1–3) Fenway Park 20,473 20–12 L5
33 May 11 Brewers 7–1 Sele (4–1) Eldred (3–4) Fenway Park 21,471 21–12 W1
34 May 12 Brewers 3–1 Clemens (4–1) Bones (3–2) Russell (9) Fenway Park 22,126 22–12 W2
35 May 13 Blue Jays 5–3 Hesketh (2–1) Hentgen (5–3) Ryan (3) Fenway Park 32,579 23–12 W3
36 May 14 Blue Jays 11–2 Darwin (6–2) Leiter (2–3) Fenway Park 33,771 24–12 W4
37 May 17 @ Orioles 2–3 Mussina (7–1) Clemens (4–2) Smith (16) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 47,420 24–13 L1
38 May 18 @ Orioles 5–2 Sele (5–1) McDonald (7–2) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 47,612 25–13 W1
39 May 19 @ Orioles 3–2 Darwin (7–2) Fernandez (2–2) Russell (10) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 47,467 26–13 W2
40 May 20 @ Twins 2–21 Pulido (2–3) Hesketh (2–2) Metrodome 20,766 26–14 L1
41 May 21 @ Twins 0–1 Tapani (4–2) Finnvold (0–1) Aguilera (9) Metrodome 28,457 26–15 L2
42 May 22 @ Twins 9–2 Clemens (5–2) Deshaies (2–5) Metrodome 21,971 27–15 W1
43 May 24 Indians 3–5 Morris (3–4) Sele (5–2) Shuey (1) Fenway Park 29,696 27–16 L1
44 May 26 Indians 13–5 Hesketh (3–2) Tavárez (0–1) Fenway Park 28,380 28–16 W1
45 May 27 @ Rangers 3–4 Fajardo (1–0) Frohwirth (0–1) Carpenter (3) The Ballpark at Arlington 43,761 28–17 L1
46 May 28 @ Rangers 3–2 (10) Harris (2–3) Carpenter (2–2) Russell (11) The Ballpark at Arlington 46,396 29–17 W1
47 May 29 @ Rangers 6–8 Rogers (6–3) Darwin (7–2) The Ballpark at Arlington 46,354 29–18 L1
48 May 30 Royals 6–5 (10) Ryan (1–0) Pichardo (0–2) Fenway Park 33,341 30–18 W1
49 May 31 Royals 7–9 Gordon (5–3) Hesketh (3–3) Meacham (1) Fenway Park 22,537 30–19 L1
June: 8–19
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
Streak
50 June 1 Royals 4–2 Fossas (2–0) Magnante (1–2) Russell (12) Fenway Park 28,307 31–19 W1
51 June 3 Rangers 2–13 Hurst (1–1) Finnvold (0–2) Fenway Park 33,524 31–20 L1
52 June 4 Rangers 4–10 Rogers (7–3) Darwin (7–4) Fenway Park 32,325 31–21 L2
53 June 5 Rangers 7–10 Howell (3–1) Russell (0–3) Fenway Park 33,803 31–22 L3
54 June 6 @ Tigers 5–11 Belcher (4–8) Hesketh (3–4) Tiger Stadium 19,570 31–23 L4
55 June 7 @ Tigers 5–1 Clemens (6–2) Wells (1–3) Tiger Stadium 13,708 32–23 W1
56 June 8 @ Tigers 5–14 Gullickson (4–4) Finnvold (0–3) Tiger Stadium 17,414 32–24 L1
57 June 10 Orioles 7–10 Oquist (2–1) Ryan (1–1) Smith (24) Fenway Park 33,673 32–25 L2
58 June 11 Orioles 2–5 Mussina (9–3) Sele (5–3) Mills (2) Fenway Park 33,295 32–26 L3
59 June 12 Orioles 4–8 McDonald (9–4) Minchey (0–1) Fenway Park 32,280 32–27 L4
60 June 13 Twins 2–5 Deshaies (3–6) Clemens (6–3) Aguilera (13) Fenway Park 29,159 32–28 L5
61 June 14 Twins 4–5 Stevens (2–1) Finnvold (0–4) Aguilera (14) Fenway Park 27,874 32–29 L6
62 June 15 Twins 5–7 Erickson (6–5) Darwin (7–5) Aguilera (15) Fenway Park 30,243 32–30 L7
63 June 16 @ Indians 6–7 Farr (1–1) Russell (0–4) Jacobs Field 41,631 32–31 L8
64 June 17 @ Indians 1–8 Martínez (5–4) Minchey (0–2) Jacobs Field 41,189 32–32 L9
65 June 18 @ Indians 2–8 Plunk (5–2) Clemens (6–4) Jacobs Field 41,759 32–33 L10
66 June 19 @ Indians 5–6 Morris (6–4) Harris (2–4) Shuey (5) Jacobs Field 41,833 32–34 L11
67 June 20 @ Blue Jays 4–1 Hesketh (4–4) Stottlemyre (5–4) Fossas (1) SkyDome 50,028 33–34 W1
68 June 21 @ Blue Jays 13–1 Sele (6–3) Cornett (0–2) SkyDome 49,460 34–34 W2
69 June 22 @ Blue Jays 3–2 Minchey (1–2) Stewart (5–6) Ryan (4) SkyDome 50,288 35–34 W3
70 June 24 @ Brewers 4–3 Harris (3–4) Fetters (1–4) Ryan (5) Milwaukee County Stadium 18,914 36–34 W4
71 June 25 @ Brewers 10–8 (12) Ryan (2–1) Henry (2–3) Milwaukee County Stadium 35,234 37–34 W5
72 June 26 @ Brewers 4–5 Navarro (3–6) Van Egmond (0–1) Fetters (2) Milwaukee County Stadium 29,414 37–35 L1
73 June 27 Yankees 1–5 Key (12–1) Sele (6–4) Fenway Park 33,204 37–36 L2
74 June 28 Yankees 4–10 Pérez (6–3) Minchey (1–3) Fenway Park 33,268 37–37 L3
75 June 29 Yankees 3–4 (10) Howe (1–0) Russell (0–5) Fenway Park 32,704 37–38 L4
76 June 30 Yankees 6–5 Howard (1–0) Wickman (3–3) Ryan (6) Fenway Park 32,967 38–38 W1
July: 12–15
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
Streak
77 July 1 Athletics 3–6 Darling (6–9) Van Egmond (0–2) Fenway Park 28,336 38–39 L1
78 July 2 Athletics 10–2 Sele (7–4) Van Poppel (4–7) Fenway Park 31,792 39–39 W1
79 July 3 Athletics 0–10 Witt (7–7) Nabholz (0–2) Fenway Park 30,943 39–40 L1
80 July 4 Angels 4–1 Clemens (7–4) Leftwich (3–7) Fenway Park 26,624 40–40 W1
81 July 5 Angels 3–10 Finley (6–8) Hesketh (4–5) Fenway Park 26,199 40–41 L1
82 July 6 Angels 6–10 Patterson (2–3) Bailey (0–1) Fenway Park 28,763 40–42 L2
83 July 7 Mariners 3–4 (10) Johnson (10–4) Ryan (2–2) Ayala (12) Fenway Park 33,249 40–43 L3
84 July 8 Mariners 4–3 Nabholz (1–2) Risley (6–5) Ryan (7) Fenway Park 33,355 41–43 W1
85 July 9 Mariners 4–7 Bosio (4–10) Valdez (0–1) Ayala (13) Fenway Park 33,092 41–44 L1
86 July 10 Mariners 9–2 Hesketh (5–5) Converse (0–2) Fenway Park 33,555 42–44 W1
87 July 14 @ Athletics 2–1 Clemens (8–4) Van Poppel (5–8) Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 40,457 43–44 W2
88 July 15 @ Athletics 4–1 Nabholz (2–2) Eckersley (2–4) Ryan (8) Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 23,607 44–44 W3
89 July 16 @ Athletics 0–9 Darling (9–9) Sele (7–5) Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 26,540 44–45 L1
90 July 17 @ Athletics 4–3 Farr (2–1) Acre (4–1) Ryan (9) Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 31,480 45–45 W1
91 July 18 @ Angels 4–13 Anderson (6–4) Van Egmond (0–3) Anaheim Stadium 17,019 45–46 L1
92 July 19 @ Angels 4–6 Langston (6–6) Clemens (8–5) Grahe (13) Anaheim Stadium 20,335 45–47 L2
93 July 20 @ Angels 4–8 Leftwich (5–8) Nabholz (2–3) Springer (1) Anaheim Stadium 17,180 45–48 L3
94 July 22 Mariners 3–6 Johnson (11–5) Sele (7–6) Ayala (15) Fenway Park 11,776 45–49 L4
95 July 23 (1) Mariners 6–5 Hesketh (6–5) Fleming (6–11) Ryan (10) Fenway Park 46–49 W1
96 July 23 (2) Mariners 3–6 (11) Ayala (4–2) Meléndez (0–1) Fenway Park 17,168 46–50 L1
97 July 24 Mariners 8–2 Clemens (9–5) Glinatsis (0–1) Fenway Park 22,411 47–50 W1
98 July 26 @ Yankees 10–7 Nabholz (3–3) Key (15–3) Yankee Stadium 38,448 48–50 W2
99 July 27 @ Yankees 3–4 (11) Wickman (5–3) Ryan (2–3) Yankee Stadium 42,482 48–51 L1
100 July 28 @ Yankees 1–0 Hesketh (7–5) Kamieniecki (7–6) Ryan (11) Yankee Stadium 44,403 49–51 W1
101 July 29 Brewers 7–2 Van Egmond (1–3) Miranda (1–4) Fenway Park 33,528 50–51 W2
102 July 30 Brewers 1–5 Eldred (10–10) Clemens (9–6) Fetters (15) Fenway Park 33,081 50–52 L1
103 July 31 Brewers 2–5 Navarro (4–7) Nabholz (3–4) Fetters (16) Fenway Park 32,220 50–53 L2
August: 4–8
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
Streak
104 August 1 (1) Blue Jays 2–6 Hentgen (13–7) Sele (7–7) Fenway Park 50–54 L3
105 August 1 (2) Blue Jays 4–3 Minchey (2–3) Cornett (1–3) Ryan (12) Fenway Park 33,429 51–54 W1
106 August 2 Blue Jays 6–7 Cox (1–1) Bankhead (3–1) Hall (15) Fenway Park 32,976 51–55 L1
107 August 3 Blue Jays 7–2 Van Egmond (2–3) Leiter (6–6) Fenway Park 32,047 52–55 W1
108 August 4 Blue Jays 2–5 Stottlemyre (6–7) Clemens (9–7) Hall (16) Fenway Park 33,199 52–56 L1
109 August 6 (1) Indians 8–4 Sele (8–7) Grimsley (4–2) Howard (1) Fenway Park 24,934 53–56 W1
110 August 6 (2) Indians 0–7 Martínez (11–6) Nabholz (3–5) Fenway Park 32,405 53–57 L1
111 August 7 (1) Indians 4–1 Hesketh (8–5) Ogea (0–1) Ryan (13) Fenway Park 54–57 W1
112 August 7 (2) Indians 10–15 (12) Russell (1–6) Frohwirth (0–2) Fenway Park 34,523 54–58 L1
113 August 8 @ Twins 2–5 Tapani (11–7) Trilicek (1–1) Aguilera (23) Metrodome 22,733 54–59 L2
114 August 9 @ Twins 3–4 (12) Stevens (5–2) Frohwirth (0–3) Metrodome 21,429 54–60 L3
115 August 10 @ Twins 7–17 Deshaies (6–12) Bankhead (3–2) Metrodome 23,492 54–61 L4
Reference:[20]

Awards and honors

All-Star Game

References

  1. ^ Otis Nixon page at Baseball Reference
  2. ^ Damon Berryhill page at Baseball Reference
  3. ^ Sergio Valdez page at Baseball Reference
  4. ^ Todd Frohwirth page at Baseball Reference
  5. ^ "The 1994 Boston Red Sox". Retrosheet. Retrieved October 25, 2020.
  6. ^ "Events of Saturday, April 30, 1994".
  7. ^ "Events of Tuesday, May 31, 1994".
  8. ^ "Events of Thursday, June 30, 1994".
  9. ^ "Events of Sunday, July 31, 1994".
  10. ^ "Events of Thursday, August 11, 1994".
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