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2002 Boston Red Sox season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2002 Boston Red Sox
BostonRedSox CapLogo.svg
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record93–69 (.574)
Divisional place2nd (10+12 GB)
Other information
Owner(s)John W. Henry (New England Sports Ventures)
General manager(s)Mike Port
Manager(s)Grady Little
Local televisionWFXT
(Sean McDonough, Jerry Remy)
NESN
(Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy)
Local radioWEEI
(Jerry Trupiano, Joe Castiglione)
WLYN
(J.P. Villaman, Juan Oscar Baez, Uri Berenguer, & Luis Tiant)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 2002 Boston Red Sox season was the 102nd season in the franchise's Major League Baseball history. The Red Sox finished second in the American League East with a record of 93 wins and 69 losses, 10+12 games behind the New York Yankees. The Red Sox did not qualify for the postseason, as the AL wild card went to the Anaheim Angels, who had finished second in the American League West with a record of 99–63.

Offseason

  • October 9, 2001: Craig Grebeck was released by the Boston Red Sox.[1]
  • December 21, 2001: Johnny Damon signed a four-year, $31 million contract to join the Boston Red Sox
  • February 13, 2002: Rickey Henderson signed with the Boston Red Sox.

Regular season

  • In May 2002, former Red Sox clubhouse staffer Donald James Fitzpatrick pleaded guilty to charges that he sexually abused several young boys at the team's spring training facility in Winter Haven, Florida.[2]
  • Martínez pitched the first immaculate inning in franchise history, striking out all three Seattle Mariners batters on a total of nine pitches in the first inning on May 18.[3][4]
  • Seven Red Sox players were voted on to the American League roster for the 2002 MLB All-Star Game played in Milwaukee at Miller Park. Pitcher Derek Lowe, left fielder Manny Ramirez and third baseman Shea Hillenbrand started the game, while pitchers Pedro Martínez and Ugueth Urbina joined shortstop Nomar Garciaparra and outfielder Johnny Damon as reserves.
  • Pedro Martínez became the first major league player to win 20 games in one season but pitch less than 200 innings.[5]
Rickey Henderson with Boston in 2002
Rickey Henderson with Boston in 2002

Season standings

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Yankees 103 58 0.640 52–28 51–30
Boston Red Sox 93 69 0.574 10½ 42–39 51–30
Toronto Blue Jays 78 84 0.481 25½ 42–39 36–45
Baltimore Orioles 67 95 0.414 36½ 34–47 33–48
Tampa Bay Devil Rays 55 106 0.342 48 30–51 25–55

American League Wild Card

Division Leaders W L Pct.
New York Yankees 103 58 0.640
Minnesota Twins 94 67 0.584
Oakland Athletics 103 59 0.636


W L Pct.
Anaheim Angels 99 63 0.611
Boston Red Sox 93 69 0.574
Seattle Mariners 93 69 0.574
Chicago White Sox 81 81 0.500
Toronto Blue Jays 78 84 0.481
Cleveland Indians 74 88 0.457
Texas Rangers 72 90 0.444
Baltimore Orioles 67 95 0.414
Kansas City Royals 62 100 0.383
Detroit Tigers 55 106 0.342
Tampa Bay Devil Rays 55 106 0.342

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Team ANA BAL BOS CWS CLE DET KC MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL 
Anaheim 7–2 3–4 6–3 6–3 8–1 6–3 4–5 3–4 9–11 9–10 8–1 12–7 7–2 11–7
Baltimore 2–7 6–13 3–4 1–5 2–4 7–0 5–1 6–13 4–5 5–4 10–9 3–6 4–15 9–9
Boston 4–3 13–6 2–4 5–4 5–4 4–2 3–3 9–10 6–3 4–5 16–3 4–3 13–6 5–13
Chicago 3–6 4–3 4–2 9–10 12–7 11–8 8–11 2–4 2–7 5–4 4–3 5–4 4–2 8–10
Cleveland 3–6 5–1 4–5 10–9 10–9 9–10 8–11 3–6 2–5 3–4 4–2 4–5 3–3 6–12
Detroit 1–8 4–2 4–5 7–12 9–10 9–10 4–14 1–8 1–6 2–5 2–4 5–4 0–6 6–12
Kansas City 3–6 0–7 2–4 8–11 10–9 10–9 5–14 1–5 1–8 3–6 4–2 7–2 3–4 5–13
Minnesota 5–4 1–5 3–3 11–8 11–8 14–4 14–5 0–6 3–6 5–4 5–2 6–3 6–1 10–8
New York 4–3 13–6 10–9 4–2 6–3 8–1 5–1 6–0 5–4 4–5 13–5 4–3 10–9 11–7
Oakland 11–9 5–4 3–6 7–2 5–2 6–1 8–1 6–3 4–5 8–11 8–1 13–6 3–6 16–2
Seattle 10–9 4–5 5–4 4–5 4–3 5–2 6–3 4–5 5–4 11–8 5–4 13–7 6–3 11–7
Tampa Bay 1–8 9–10 3–16 3–4 2–4 4–2 2–4 2–5 5–13 1–8 4–5 4–5 8–11 7–11
Texas 7–12 6–3 3–4 4–5 5–4 4–5 2–7 3–6 3–4 6–13 7–13 5–4 8–1 9–9
Toronto 2–7 15–4 6–13 2–4 3–3 6–0 4–3 1–6 9–10 6–3 3–6 11–8 1–8 9–9
Red Sox vs. National League
Team NL West  
ARI COL LAD SDP SFG ATL
Boston 0–3 2–1 0–3 2–1 1–5

Transactions

  • April 27, 2002: Wayne Gomes was signed as a free agent with the Boston Red Sox.[6]
  • June 26, 2002: Alan Embree was traded by the San Diego Padres with Andy Shibilo (minors) to the Boston Red Sox for Dan Giese and Brad Baker (minors).[7]
  • July 30, 2002: Cliff Floyd was traded by the Montreal Expos to the Boston Red Sox for Sun-Woo Kim and Seung Song (minors).[8]

Opening Day lineup

18 Johnny Damon CF
30 José Offerman DH
  5 Nomar Garciaparra     SS
24 Manny Ramírez LF
22 Tony Clark 1B
  7 Trot Nixon RF
29 Shea Hillenbrand 3B
33 Jason Varitek C
13 Rey Sánchez 2B
45 Pedro Martínez P

Roster

2002 Boston Red Sox
Roster

Pitchers

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Designated hitters

Manager

Coaches

Player stats

Batting

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

Starters by position

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI SB
C Jason Varitek 132 467 124 .266 10 61 4
1B Tony Clark 90 275 57 .207 3 29 0
2B Rey Sánchez 107 357 102 .286 1 38 2
3B Shea Hillenbrand 156 634 186 .293 18 83 4
SS Nomar Garciaparra 156 635 197 .310 24 120 5
LF Manny Ramírez 120 436 152 .349 33 107 0
CF Johnny Damon 154 623 178 .286 14 63 31
RF Trot Nixon 152 532 136 .256 24 94 4
DH Carlos Baerga 73 182 52 .286 2 19 6

Other batters

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

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI SB
Brian Daubach 137 444 118 .266 20 78 2
José Offerman 72 237 55 .232 4 27 8
Rickey Henderson 72 179 40 .223 5 16 8
Lou Merloni 84 194 48 .247 4 18 1
Cliff Floyd 47 171 54 .316 7 18 4
Doug Mirabelli 57 151 34 .225 7 25 0
Benny Agbayani 13 37 11 .297 0 8 0
Bry Nelson 25 34 9 .265 0 2 1
Freddy Sanchez 12 16 3 .188 0 2 0
Shane Andrews 7 13 1 .077 0 0 0
Juan Díaz 4 7 2 .286 1 2 0
Kevin Brown 2 1 0 .000 0 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

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

Player G GS IP W L ERA SO
Derek Lowe 32 32 219.2 21 8 2.58 127
Pedro Martinez 30 30 199.1 20 4 2.26 239
John Burkett 29 29 173.0 13 8 4.53 124

Other pitchers

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

Player G GS IP W L SV ERA SO
Tim Wakefield 45 15 163.1 11 5 3 2.81 134
Frank Castillo 36 23 163.1 6 15 1 5.07 112
Casey Fossum 41 12 106.2 5 4 1 3.46 101
Rolando Arrojo 29 8 81.1 4 3 1 4.98 51
Darren Oliver 14 9 58.0 4 5 0 4.66 32
Josh Hancock 3 1 7.1 0 1 0 3.68 6

Relief pitchers

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

Player G GS IP W L SV ERA SO
Ugueth Urbina 61 0 60.0 1 6 40 3.00 71
Willie Banks 29 0 39.0 2 1 1 3.23 26
Alan Embree 32 0 33.1 1 2 2 2.97 43
Chris Haney 24 0 30.0 0 0 1 4.20 15
Sun-woo Kim 15 2 29.0 2 0 0 7.45 18
Dustin Hermanson 12 1 22.0 1 1 0 7.97 13
Wayne Gomes 20 0 21.1 1 2 1 4.64 15
Rich Garcés 26 0 21.1 0 1 0 6.59 16
Bob Howry 20 0 18.0 1 3 0 5.00 14

Game log

Red Sox Win Red Sox Loss Game Postponed
2002 Boston Red Sox Season Game Log: 93–69 (Home: 42–39; Away: 51–30)
April: 16–7
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
1 April 1 Blue Jays 11–12 Escobar (1–0) Urbina (0–1) Fenway Park 33,520 0–1 L1
April 3 Blue Jays Postponed (rain). Makeup date July 2.
2 April 5 @ Orioles 3–0 Lowe (1–0) Towers (0–1) Urbina (1) Camden Yards 31,261 1–1 W1
3 April 6 @ Orioles 4–2 Fossum (1–0) Erickson (1–1) Urbina (2) Camden Yards 34,978 2–1 W2
4 April 7 @ Orioles 4–1 Martínez (1–0) Maduro (0–1) Urbina (3) Camden Yards 33,790 3–1 W3
5 April 9 Royals 8–4 Wakefield (1–0) Reichert (0–2) Fenway Park 31,115 4–1 W4
6 April 10 Royals 2–6 Byrd (2–0) Lowe (1–1) Bailey (1) Fenway Park 33,376 4–2 L1
7 April 11 Royals 5–8 Grimsley (1–0) Urbina (0–2) Fenway Park 32,953 4–3 L2
8 April 12 Yankees 3–2 Oliver (1–0) Hernández (1–1) Urbina (4) Fenway Park 32,812 5–3 W1
9 April 13 Yankees 7–6 Arrojo (1–0) Rivera (0–1) Urbina (5) Fenway Park 33,756 6–3 W2
10 April 14 Yankees 2–6 Mussina (3–0) Wakefield (1–1) Rivera (5) Fenway Park 33,742 6–4 L1
11 April 15 Yankees 4–3 Lowe (2–1) Pettitte (1–1) Urbina (6) Fenway Park 33,864 7–4 W1
12 April 16 @ Blue Jays 14–3 Castillo (1–0) Lyon (0–2) Arrojo (1) SkyDome 16,069 8–4 W2
13 April 17 @ Blue Jays 10–4 Oliver (2–0) Eyre (1–2) SkyDome 16,572 9–4 W3
14 April 19 @ Royals 4–0 Martínez (2–0) George (0–1) Kauffman Stadium 24,456 10–4 W4
April 20 @ Royals Postponed (rain). Makeup date April 21.
15 April 21 (1) @ Royals 12–2 Burkett (1–0) Reichert (0–3) Wakefield (1) Kauffman Stadium 11–4 W5
16 April 21 (2) @ Royals 8–7 Lowe (3–1) Rekar (0–1) Urbina (7) Kauffman Stadium 17,289 12–4 W6
17 April 23 @ Orioles 5–7 Erickson (2–2) Castillo (1–1) Julio (2) Camden Yards 26,301 12–5 L1
18 April 24 @ Orioles 3–5 López (2–0) Oliver (2–1) Julio (3) Camden Yards 29,004 12–6 L2
19 April 25 @ Orioles 7–0 Martínez (3–0) Maduro (1–2) Camden Yards 31,353 13–6 W1
20 April 26 Devil Rays 4–2 Burkett (2–0) Wilson (1–2) Urbina (8) Fenway Park 32,292 14–6 W2
21 April 27 Devil Rays 10–0 Lowe (4–1) James (0–2) Fenway Park 32,387 15–6 W3
April 28 Devil Rays Postponed (rain). Makeup date July 23.
22 April 29 Orioles 3–5 López (3–0) Castillo (1–2) Julio (4) Fenway Park 31,177 15–7 L1
23 April 30 Orioles 4–0 Oliver (3–1) Maduro (1–3) Fenway Park 31,571 16–7 W1
May: 20–8
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
24 May 1 Orioles 15–3 Martínez (4–0) Douglass (0–1) Fenway Park 33,274 17–7 W2
25 May 3 @ Devil Rays 3–2 Fossum (2–0) Colomé (1–3) Urbina (9) Tropicana Field 12,583 18–7 W3
26 May 4 @ Devil Rays 7–5 Kim (1–0) Zambrano (1–2) Urbina (10) Tropicana Field 17,972 19–7 W4
27 May 5 @ Devil Rays 2–0 Castillo (2–2) Rupe (3–3) Urbina (11) Tropicana Field 15,920 20–7 W5
28 May 6 @ Devil Rays 5–3 Oliver (4–1) Sturtze (0–4) Wakefield (2) Tropicana Field 11,564 21–7 W6
29 May 7 @ Athletics 9–7 Arrojo (2–0) Mecir (1–1) Urbina (12) Network Associates Coliseum 19,715 22–7 W7
30 May 8 @ Athletics 12–6 Burkett (3–0) Hiljus (3–2) Network Associates Coliseum 40,155 23–7 W8
31 May 9 @ Athletics 5–1 Lowe (5–1) Hudson (3–4) Network Associates Coliseum 18,477 24–7 W9
32 May 10 @ Mariners 2–7 Piñeiro (3–0) Castillo (2–3) Soriano (1) Safeco Field 45,833 24–8 L1
33 May 11 @ Mariners 1–3 Halama (2–0) Oliver (4–2) Sasaki (8) Safeco Field 45,887 24–9 L2
34 May 12 @ Mariners 10–4 Martínez (5–0) Baldwin (3–3) Safeco Field 45,862 25–9 W1
35 May 14 Athletics 6–2 Burkett (4–0) Hudson (3–5) Fenway Park 31,404 26–9 W2
36 May 15 Athletics 8–2 Lowe (6–1) Hiljus (3–3) Fenway Park 32,346 27–9 W3
37 May 16 Athletics 0–5 Zito (4–2) Castillo (2–4) Fenway Park 33,057 27–10 L1
38 May 17 Mariners 3–6 Franklin (4–1) Arrojo (2–1) Sasaki (10) Fenway Park 33,205 27–11 L2
39 May 18 Mariners 4–1 Martínez (6–0) Baldwin (3–4) Urbina (13) Fenway Park 32,385 28–11 W1
40 May 19 Mariners 3–2 Burkett (5–0) García (4–4) Urbina (14) Fenway Park 32,783 29–11 W2
41 May 20 White Sox 9–0 Lowe (7–1) Ritchie (3–5) Fenway Park 32,461 30–11 W3
42 May 21 White Sox 3–8 Wright (5–4) Oliver (4–3) Fenway Park 31,772 30–12 L1
43 May 22 White Sox 0–2 Garland (5–3) Castillo (2–5) Foulke (7) Fenway Park 33,157 30–13 L2
44 May 23 Yankees 3–1 Martínez (7–0) Lilly (1–4) Urbina (15) Fenway Park 33,884 31–13 W1
45 May 24 Yankees 9–8 (11) Arrojo (3–1) Karsay (1–2) Fenway Park 34,175 32–13 W2
46 May 25 Yankees 2–3 Mendoza (2–2) Lowe (7–2) Rivera (15) Fenway Park 33,743 32–14 L1
47 May 26 Yankees 5–14 Mussina (7–2) Oliver (4–4) Fenway Park 34,096 32–15 L2
48 May 27 @ Blue Jays 8–6 Castillo (3–5) Halladay (5–2) Urbina (16) SkyDome 14,108 33–15 W1
49 May 28 @ Blue Jays 6–4 Wakefield (2–1) Escobar (1–2) Urbina (17) SkyDome 13,075 34–15 W2
50 May 29 @ Blue Jays 7–4 Burkett (6–0) Cassidy (0–1) Fossum (1) SkyDome 17,875 35–15 W3
51 May 31 @ Yankees 5–2 Lowe (8–2) Wells (6–2) Yankee Stadium 52,941 36–15 W4
June: 10–16
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
52 June 1 @ Yankees 2–10 Mussina (8–2) Oliver (4–5) Yankee Stadium 55,699 36–16 L1
53 June 2 @ Yankees 7–1 Castillo (4–5) Lilly (2–5) Yankee Stadium 55,602 37–16 W1
54 June 3 @ Tigers 6–7 (10) Acevedo (1–1) Wakefield (2–2) Comerica Park 12,918 37–17 L1
55 June 4 @ Tigers 10–5 Burkett (7–0) Lima (1–4) Comerica Park 14,254 38–17 W1
56 June 5 @ Tigers 11–0 Lowe (9–2) Bernero (1–2) Haney (1) Comerica Park 15,537 39–17 W2
57 June 6 @ Tigers 4–3 Arrojo (4–1) Redman (2–6) Urbina (18) Comerica Park 21,992 40–17 W3
58 June 7 Diamondbacks 5–7 Batista (3–3) Castillo (4–6) Kim (15) Fenway Park 32,853 40–18 L1
59 June 8 Diamondbacks 2–3 Schilling (12–1) Martínez (7–1) Kim (16) Fenway Park 33,275 40–19 L2
60 June 9 Diamondbacks 3–7 Helling (6–5) Burkett (7–1) Fenway Park 32,209 40–20 L3
61 June 10 Rockies 7–3 Lowe (10–2) Neagle (4–3) Wakefield (3) Fenway Park 33,508 41–20 W1
62 June 11 Rockies 1–3 Jennings (8–2) Fossum (2–1) Jiménez (17) Fenway Park 32,340 41–21 L1
63 June 12 Rockies 7–5 Castillo (5–6) Hampton (3–8) Urbina (19) Fenway Park 31,583 42–21 W1
64 June 14 @ Braves 1–2 Hammond (5–2) Martínez (7–2) Smoltz (20) Turner Field 48,922 42–22 L1
65 June 15 @ Braves 2–4 Maddux (7–2) Burkett (7–2) Smoltz (21) Turner Field 50,764 42–23 L2
66 June 16 @ Braves 6–1 Lowe (11–2) Glavine (11–3) Turner Field 45,666 43–23 W1
67 June 18 @ Padres 4–2 Banks (1–0) Lawrence (7–4) Urbina (20) Qualcomm Stadium 30,212 44–23 W2
68 June 19 @ Padres 2–3 Tomko (4–5) Castillo (5–7) Hoffman (19) Qualcomm Stadium 32,974 44–24 L1
69 June 20 @ Padres 5–0 Martínez (8–2) Pickford (0–2) Qualcomm Stadium 35,346 45–24 W1
70 June 21 @ Dodgers 2–3 Nomo (7–5) Burkett (7–3) Gagné (26) Dodger Stadium 46,719 45–25 L1
71 June 22 @ Dodgers 4–5 Daal (5–3) Lowe (11–3) Gagné (27) Dodger Stadium 43,833 45–26 L2
72 June 23 @ Dodgers 6–9 Ashby (7–6) Arrojo (4–2) Dodger Stadium 45,960 45–27 L3
73 June 25 Indians 2–4 Báez (6–5) Castillo (5–8) Wickman (18) Fenway Park 34,064 45–28 L4
74 June 26 Indians 7–4 Martínez (9–2) Drese (7–6) Urbina (21) Fenway Park 32,255 46–28 W1
June 27 Indians Postponed (rain). Makeup date September 26.
75 June 28 Braves 2–4 Remlinger (4–0) Wakefield (2–3) Smoltz (26) Fenway Park 33,137 46–29 L1
76 June 29 Braves 1–2 Millwood (5–5) Lowe (11–4) Smoltz (27) Fenway Park 32,651 46–30 L2
77 June 30 Braves 3–7 (10) Remlinger (5–0) Urbina (0–3) Fenway Park 32,348 46–31 L3
July: 17–12
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
78 July 1 Blue Jays 4–0 Martínez (10–2) Parris (0–2) Fenway Park 33,005 47–31 W1
79 July 2 (1) Blue Jays 2–1 Banks (2–0) Eyre (2–4) Embree (1) Fenway Park 32,993 48–31 W2
80 July 2 (2) Blue Jays 6–4 Kim (2–0) Smith (0–2) Embree (2) Fenway Park 32,902 49–31 W3
81 July 3 Blue Jays 5–2 Gomes (1–0) Politte (3–2) Urbina (22) Fenway Park 31,777 50–31 W4
82 July 4 Blue Jays 9–5 Lowe (12–4) Heredia (0–2) Fenway Park 32,086 51–31 W5
83 July 5 Tigers 5–9 Redman (4–8) Castillo (5–9) Fenway Park 33,571 51–32 L1
84 July 6 Tigers 8–0 Martínez (11–2) Maroth (1–3) Fenway Park 32,485 52–32 W1
85 July 7 Tigers 8–9 Farnsworth (2–1) Garcés (0–1) Acedevo (14) Fenway Park 33,297 52–33 L1
86 July 11 @ Blue Jays 10–3 Burkett (8–3) Walker (3–1) SkyDome 19,494 53–33 W1
87 July 12 @ Blue Jays 0–5 Halladay (10–4) Lowe (12–5) SkyDome 20,185 53–34 L1
88 July 13 @ Blue Jays 1–4 Carpenter (2–1) Castillo (5–10) SkyDome 28,112 53–35 L2
89 July 14 @ Blue Jays 5–6 Escobar (5–4) Urbina (0–4) SkyDome 24,140 53–36 L3
90 July 15 @ Tigers 3–4 (11) Henríquez (1–0) Gomes (1–1) Comerica Park 21,687 53–37 L4
91 July 16 @ Tigers 9–4 Burkett (9–3) Farnsworth (2–2) Comerica Park 21,654 54–37 W1
92 July 17 @ Devil Rays 6–1 Lowe (13–5) Wilson (2–7) Tropicana Field 15,672 55–37 W2
93 July 18 @ Devil Rays 4–3 Wakefield (3–3) Yan (5–5) Urbina (23) Tropicana Field 22,012 56–37 W3
94 July 19 @ Yankees 4–2 Martínez (12–2) Mussina (12–4) Urbina (24) Yankee Stadium 55,510 57–37 W4
95 July 20 @ Yankees 8–9 (11) Karsay (5–4) Gomes (1–2) Yankee Stadium 55,526 57–38 L1
96 July 21 @ Yankees 8–9 Stanton (4–1) Urbina (0–5) Yankee Stadium 55,581 57–39 L2
97 July 23 (1) Devil Rays 22–4 Wakefield (4–3) Sturtze (1–10) Banks (1) Fenway Park 33,190 58–39 W1
98 July 23 (2) Devil Rays 4–5 Zambrano (4–4) Urbina (0–6) Yan (13) Fenway Park 32,729 58–40 L1
99 July 24 Devil Rays 5–9 Colomé (2–5) Castillo (5–11) Zambrano (1) Fenway Park 32,969 58–41 L2
100 July 25 Devil Rays 6–0 Martínez (13–2) de los Santos (0–2) Fenway Park 33,439 59–41 W1
101 July 26 Orioles 2–9 López (11–3) Arrojo (4–3) Fenway Park 33,840 59–42 L1
102 July 27 Orioles 4–0 Burkett (10–3) Ponson (4–5) Fenway Park 33,474 60–42 W1
103 July 28 Orioles 12–3 Lowe (14–5) Erickson (4–10) Fenway Park 33,371 61–42 W2
104 July 29 @ Angels 4–5 Schoenweis (8–7) Embree (3–5) Percival (24) Edison Field 27,929 61–43 L1
105 July 30 @ Angels 6–0 Martínez (14–2) Ortiz (9–8) Edison Field 32,812 62–43 W1
106 July 31 @ Angels 2–1 Wakefield (5–3) Lackey (2–2) Urbina (25) Edison Field 28,227 63–43 W2
August: 12–15
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
107 August 1 @ Rangers 7–19 Park (4–5) Burkett (10–4) The Ballpark at Arlington 24,834 63–44 L1
108 August 2 @ Rangers 13–0 Lowe (15–5) Valdéz (5–8) The Ballpark at Arlington 32,366 64–44 W1
109 August 3 @ Rangers 6–8 Kolb (2–0) Howry (2–3) The Ballpark at Arlington 44,291 64–45 L1
110 August 4 @ Rangers 11–3 Martínez (15–2) Myette (0–4) The Ballpark at Arlington 29,359 65–45 W1
111 August 6 Athletics 1–9 Mulder (13–6) Wakefield (5–4) Fenway Park 34,059 65–46 L1
112 August 7 Athletics 2–3 Harang (4–2) Burkett (10–5) Koch (28) Fenway Park 33,325 65–47 L2
113 August 8 Athletics 4–2 Lowe (16–5) Zito (15–5) Urbina (26) Fenway Park 33,855 66–47 W1
114 August 9 Twins 4–5 Romero (8–1) Castillo (5–12) Guardado (34) Fenway Park 33,973 66–48 L1
115 August 10 Twins 2–0 Martínez (16–2) Mays (1–4) Urbina (27) Fenway Park 32,018 67–48 W1
116 August 11 Twins 3–1 Wakefield (6–4) Santana (6–4) Urbina (28) Fenway Park 33,470 68–48 W2
117 August 13 @ Mariners 3–10 Piñeiro (12–4) Burkett (10–6) Safeco Field 45,703 68–49 L1
118 August 14 @ Mariners 12–5 Lowe (17–5) Moyer (12–5) Safeco Field 45,233 69–49 W1
119 August 15 @ Mariners 3–4 García (13–8) Fossum (2–2) Sasaki (30) Safeco Field 45,645 69–50 L1
120 August 16 @ Twins 0–5 Mays (2–4) Martínez (16–3) Metrodome 35,824 69–51 L2
121 August 17 @ Twins 5–2 Wakefield (7–4) Santana (6–5) Metrodome 43,345 70–51 W1
122 August 18 @ Twins 2–6 Reed (11–6) Burkett (10–7) Metrodome 37,196 70–52 L1
123 August 20 Rangers 2–3 (10) Rodriguez (2–1) Banks (2–1) Cordero (5) Fenway Park 33,742 70–53 L2
124 August 21 Rangers 5–3 Howry (3–3) Kolb (3–2) Urbina (29) Fenway Park 32,746 71–53 W1
125 August 22 Rangers 12–3 Hermanson (1–0) Reyes (1–2) Castillo (1) Fenway Park 33,104 72–53 W2
126 August 23 Angels 4–1 Martínez (17–3) Washburn (15–5) Urbina (30) Fenway Park 33,221 73–53 W3
127 August 24 Angels 0–2 Appier (12–9) Wakfield (7–5) Percival (31) Fenway Park 32,510 73–54 L1
128 August 25 Angels 3–8 Schoeneweis (9–7) Lowe (17–6) Fenway Park 32,059 73–55 L2
129 August 26 Angels 10–9 (10) Urbina (1–6) Shields (3–3) Fenway Park 32,869 74–55 W1
130 August 27 Yankees 0–6 Wells (15–6) Fossum (2–3) Fenway Park 33,810 74–56 L1
131 August 28 Yankees 0–7 Mussina (16–7) Martínez (17–4) Fenway Park 33,793 74–57 L2
132 August 30 @ Indians 15–5 Lowe (18–6) Wright (0–3) Jacobs Field 31,986 75–57 W1
133 August 31 @ Indians 7–8 Báez (10–10) Howry (3–4) Jacobs Field 37,908 75–58 L1
September: 18–11
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
134 September 1 @ Indians 7–1 Wakefield (8–5) Nagy (1–4) Jacobs Field 34,799 76–58 W1
135 September 2 @ Yankees 8–4 Fossum (3–3) Mussina (16–8) Yankee Stadium 55,169 77–58 W2
136 September 3 @ Yankees 2–4 Clemens (12–5) Castillo (5–13) Stanton (3) Yankee Stadium 47,318 77–59 L1
137 September 4 @ Yankees 1–3 Pettitte (9–5) Lowe (18–7) Karsay (9) Yankee Stadium 50,006 77–60 L2
138 September 5 Blue Jays 4–5 Miller (7–4) Hermanson (1–1) Escobar (29) Fenway Park 30,021 77–61 L3
139 September 6 Blue Jays 7–2 Wakefield (9–5) Halladay (15–7) Fenway Park 31,847 78–61 W1
140 September 7 Blue Jays 4–1 Fossum (4–3) Bowles (0–1) Urbina (31) Fenway Park 31,591 79–61 W2
141 September 8 Blue Jays 4–9 Loaiza (8–8) Castillo (5–14) Fenway Park 31,344 79–62 L1
142 September 9 Devil Rays 6–3 Lowe (19–7) Sturtze (3–16) Urbina (32) Tropicana Field 10,577 80–62 W1
143 September 10 Devil Rays 12–1 Burkett (11–7) Kennedy (7–11) Tropicana Field 10,891 81–62 W2
144 September 11 Devil Rays 6–3 Martínez (18–4) Wilson (6–10) Urbina (33) Fenway Park 12,415 82–62 W3
145 September 12 Devil Rays 6–3 Wakefield (10–5) Yan (6–8) Urbina (34) Fenway Park 10,149 83–62 W4
146 September 13 Orioles 3–8 López (15–7) Fossum (4–4) Fenway Park 32,166 83–63 L1
147 September 14 Orioles 6–4 Lowe (20–7) Hentgen (0–2) Urbina (35) Fenway Park 33,123 84–63 W1
148 September 15 Orioles 3–8 Johnson (5–13) Burkett (11–8) Fenway Park 31,007 84–64 L1
149 September 16 (1) Indians 6–1 Martínez (19–4) Rodríguez (2–2) Fenway Park 30,023 85–64 W1
150 September 16 (2) Indians 1–7 Tallet (1–0) Castillo (5–15) Fenway Park 31,203 85–65 L1
151 September 17 Indians 4–2 Wakefield (11–5) Sabathia (11–11) Urbina (36) Fenway Park 31,760 86–65 W1
152 September 18 Indians 4–6 Riske (2–2) Embree (3–6) Báez (4) Fenway Park 31,829 86–66 L1
153 September 20 @ Orioles 4–2 Lowe (21–7) Hentgen (0–3) Urbina (37) Camden Yards 32,648 87–66 W1
154 September 21 @ Orioles 3–0 Burkett (12–8) Johnson (5–14) Urbina (38) Camden Yards 43,613 88–66 W2
155 September 22 @ Orioles 13–2 Martínez (20–4) Ponson (7–8) Camden Yards 30,573 89–66 W3
156 September 23 @ Orioles 5–4 Embree (4–6) Roberts (5–4) Gomes (1) Camden Yards 24,664 90–66 W4
157 September 24 @ White Sox 4–2 Fossum (5–4) Garland (12–12) Urbina (39) Comiskey Park 14,168 91–66 W5
158 September 25 @ White Sox 2–7 Biddle (3–4) Lowe (21–8) Comiskey Park 13,102 91–67 L1
159 September 26 @ White Sox 2–3 Wright (14–12) Hancock (0–1) Foulke (11) Comiskey Park 12,304 91–68 L2
160 September 27 Devil Rays 6–1 Burkett (13–8) Wilson (6–12) Fenway Park 32,423 92–68 W1
161 September 28 Devil Rays 6–9 Zambrano (8–8) Howry (3–5) Carter (2) Fenway Park 32,623 92–69 L1
162 September 29 Devil Rays 11–8 Castillo (6–15) Álvarez (2–3) Urbina (40) Fenway Park 32,194 93–69 W1
Reference:[9]

Awards and honors

All-Star Game

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Pawtucket Red Sox International League Buddy Bailey
AA Trenton Thunder Eastern League Ron Johnson
A-Advanced Sarasota Red Sox Florida State League Billy Gardner Jr.
A Augusta GreenJackets South Atlantic League Arnie Beyeler
A-Short Season Lowell Spinners New York–Penn League Mike Boulanger
Rookie GCL Red Sox Gulf Coast League John Sanders
Rookie DSL Red Sox Dominican Summer League Nelson Norman
Rookie VSL Red Sox (cooperative) Venezuelan Summer League Josman Robles

VSL cooperative was with the Milwaukee Brewers.[10]
Source:[11][12]

References

  1. ^ Craig Grebeck Statistics and History - Baseball-Reference.com
  2. ^ "Court says drug treatment initiative suitable for ballot". Tampa Bay Times. May 17, 2002. Retrieved September 29, 2021.
  3. ^ "May 18, 2002 Seattle Mariners at Boston Red Sox Play by Play and Box Score". Baseball-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. May 18, 2002. Retrieved April 16, 2013.
  4. ^ Abraham, Peter (August 10, 2017). "Red Sox rout Rays, roll to their eighth straight victory". The Boston Globe. p. C4. Retrieved August 28, 2021 – via newspapers.com.
  5. ^ Great Baseball Feats, Facts and Figures, 2008 Edition, p.372, David Nemec and Scott Flatow, A Signet Book, Penguin Group, New York, ISBN 978-0-451-22363-0
  6. ^ Wayne Gomes Statistics and History - Baseball-Reference.com
  7. ^ Alan Embree Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
  8. ^ Cliff Floyd Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
  9. ^ "2002 Boston Red Sox Schedule". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved July 30, 2019.
  10. ^ "Ciudad Alianza (VSL) - BR Bullpen".
  11. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 3rd edition. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 2007
  12. ^ Boston Red Sox Media Guide. 2002. p. 386. Retrieved March 14, 2021 – via Wayback Machine.

External links

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