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With time winding down, the Red Sox turned their attention to Seattle Mariners' left hander Erik Bedard, who has a 3.45 ERA in 16 starts, while holding opponents to a .226 batting average. On Sunday, the team acquired Bedard and minor league reliever Josh Fields for four minor leaguers. ET non waiver trade deadline. "We felt, looking at our club, like we certainly needed to add a starting pitcher," general manager Theo Epstein said of the Bedard move. "If nothing else, for depth purposes, but we felt like that was the best way we could impact the club right now." The 32 year old southpaw was recently sidelined with a sprained left knee, but returned from the disabled list on Friday night, only to get knocked around by the Rays. "We stayed on him and we scouted his first start back the other day in which he looked healthy," Epstein said. "Rusty, certainly, but healthy. We thought, based on the looks from this year, his stuff was coming back he was throwing well. He looks like someone who can really help us." The biggest reason the team needed to make a move stemmed from Monday's report from Comcast Sports New England that revealed No. 3 starter Clay Buchholz has a stress fracture in his lower back, which will likely end his season. Buchholz has not pitched since June 16 with what the team had been calling a muscle strain. The diagnosis was made after the right hander felt discomfort in a bullpen session last week. The 26 year old Buchholz, who signed a four year, $30.5 million extension earlier this season, was 6 3 with a 3.48 ERA in 14 starts this season. "Clearly, we have some concern for Clay," Epstein said Sunday. "It's been almost a couple months now, which is longer than we expected it to be. We're still waiting for some more feedback and another opinion. I think we have a feel for what might be going on. Clay is seeing another expert (Monday) for his opinion, then we're all going to put our heads together early this week. "Any time a pitcher of his caliber is not on the mound for a while, throws a side as he did on Monday but can't necessarily back it up with another side, get out there on a rehab assignment, there's some concern. We think we're in the process of getting to the bottom of it. We're all going to put our heads together early this week and talk about it with Clay before we discuss it publicly." Also over the weekend, the Red Sox added to their bench depth with the acquisition of utility infielder Mike Aviles from the Royals. Boston is 12 games into a stretch of 20 games in 20 days. On Monday, the team opened up a four game series against the Cleveland Indians with a 9 6 loss. The Red Sox entered Tuesday with a one game lead over the Yankees in the AL East. RAYS STAND PAT The Tampa Bay Rays (56 51) found themselves in a predicament once again at the trade deadline. Had they played in, say the AL Central or West, a division title would still be very much in play. But in the ultra competitive AL East, the Rays entered Monday's off day 10 1/2 games back of the first place Boston Red Sox, and 8 1/2 behind the New York Yankees, who currently hold down the wild card spot. And so, after weeks of speculation leading up to Sunday's non waiver trade deadline, Tampa Bay's front office decided not to make a deal. ET deadline came and went. "We had numerous conversations with many different organizations leading up to the deadline," said executive vice president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman, who had his appendix removed Saturday night, "but none came to fruition. We will continue to be opportunistic in our approach after the Deadline as before it." If they are to have any chance of bridging that gap to division powers Boston and New York, the Rays will need star pitcher David Price to rebound from a lackluster July. Price has lost his last two outings and posted a 5.04 ERA for the month, while the Rays went just 1 4 in his five July starts. As a team, Tampa Bay is coming off its first losing month of the season, and its first losing July since 2007. The Rays will also need to figure out a way to win games at Tropicana Field, where they are just 24 25 on the season. They'll begin the month of August at home against the Toronto Blue Jays Tuesday night. BLUE JAYS OUTFIELD BECOMING CROWDED All of a sudden, the Toronto Blue Jays (55 53) have more bodies in the outfield than they know what to do with. Last week, the team acquired former Cardinals center field Colby Rasmus as part of the deal that sent pitcher Edwin Jackson to St. Louis. Rasmus, the Cardinals' top pick in the 2005 draft and the organization's top prospect for the last five years, was brought in to hit in front of Jose Bautista, whose 14 game homerless streak is his longest drought in two years. However, in his first three games with his new team, Rasmus was 0 for 12 with five strikeouts. On Sunday, Rasmus collected his first hits, first RBIs and scored his first run as a Blue Jay. "Not knowing anybody, not knowing the coaches, you just want to make a good first impression, want to do good and this and that," Rasmus said. "So the first couple of days was definitely nerve wracking. I wasn't able to do some of the stuff I wanted to do. But (Sunday) I felt better, so hopefully that will continue." The addition of Rasmus presents an interesting outfield situation for the Blue Jays. The team already has Travis Snider, Eric Thames and Rajai Davis in addition to Rasmus. And if the front office sticks to its plan of promoting prized prospect Brett Lawrie at some point in the second half, it could push Bautista to either the outfield or designated hitter spot. Ultimately, general manager John Farrell said playing time will be dictated by production. "We're closing in on a point where your performance is going to weigh heavily, which I think is a good thing," Farrell said. "You have young players come to the Major Leagues, you have to provide opportunity to not only transition, but to get to the point of being established. But when you bring in multiple guys that have similar skills and similar abilities, ultimately, performance wins out." YANKEES MAKE NO ADDITIONS Considering the New York Yankees (65 42) have won four in a row to move within a game of the AL East leading Red Sox entering Tuesday, the proof is on the table that the Pinstripers' current roster is strong enough to contend for another world title. At least, that's what general manager Brian Cashman is hoping. Despite a seemingly bottomless wallet and a bevy of desirable prospects down on the farm, for the first time since 1998 the Yankees let Sunday's trade deadline come and go without making a move. After all, the Yankees have a seven game lead in the wild card race, and slugger Alex Rodriguez is due back soon. According to the New York Post, the front office kicked the tires on Rockies' ace Ubaldo Jimenez but ultimately decided Bartolo Colon was a better option as the No. 2 starter right now, particularly with Colorado declining to allow Jimenez to take a physical as part of any deal. "I'm very comfortable telling you, what I saw out there and the price tags associated with it, I'm not sure if it was better than what we have," Cashman said. Burnett, Rafael Soriano and Jorge Posada on trade waivers. While that doesn't necessarily mean the Yankees intend to let any of those players go, Burnett's situation is an interesting one. The right hander is owed $49.5 million over the next three seasons, a high price tag for someone with a sub .500 record and a 4.52 ERA in 88 starts since joining the Yankees in 2009. In addition, manager Joe Girardi is going with a six man rotation this week as Phil Hughes and Ivan Nova battle to stay in the rotation. 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