McCovey Chronicles "The Giants signed Alfredo Aceves. That's the story. It's a minor league deal, and the former Red Sox closer will mostly likely be in Sacramento as depth. The last time he was good, the Giants had just one lousy championship in San Francisco, so he's not likely to affect the major league roster...." March 08
ESPN Boston "Red Sox reliever Andrew Miller was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left foot injury and will fly back to Boston on Sunday night for further tests. The team recalled right-hander Alfredo Aceves from Triple-A Pawtucket to fill his roster spot. X-rays came back negative on the top of..." July 07
Farrell says Aceves starts tomorrow. Hope is Buchholz on Sunday. #redsox
Boston Herald "A few days ago, during the 15th inning of a game against Columbus, Pawtucket manager Gary DiSarcina gazed to the stands at McCoy Stadium and saw Alfredo Aceves charting pitches, just like any other Triple A starter on the eve of his next outing. It was all DiSarcina needed to know about Aceves'..." May 03
alfredo aceves is expected to report to pawtucket w/i the 72 hr limit allowed. to get his $2.65M salary, he has to report.
Boston Globe "The Red Sox finally have grown weary of Alfredo Aceves, deciding Wednesday to option the righthander to Triple A Pawtucket. The move came after a 6-5 victory against Oakland at Fenway Park. No corresponding move was announced, but sources said the Sox would call up catcher Ryan..." April 25
#RedSox announce that Alfredo Aceves has been optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket.
CSN New England "For the better part of the last year, Alfredo Aceves has represented a delicate challenge for the Red Sox. Until now, the Sox have decided that the positives -- his durability, his versatility -- have outweighed the negatives. But Tuesday night may represent a tipping point of sorts. It..." April 24
Boston Herald "Here’s the problem with Alfredo Aceves: When he’s good, he’s pretty good. But when he’s bad, the Red Sox end up offering free tickets to anyone who paid money to sit through the misery. Yeah, yeah, the Sox ostensibly made last night’s free ticket offer because of the weather, a nor’eastery..." April 24
Boston Globe "Over the last two years, Alfredo Aceves has come to figure that opportunities work on their own time. The last time he took the mound as a starting pitcher was June 2011 and it ended in a six-walk meltdown. From that point on, he was in flux, wandering from one nebulously defined role to the..." April 12
Boston Herald "If you’ve ever wondered: How many Canadians does it take to keep Alfredo Aceves from murdering their national baseball team? We now have our answer: seven. The Red Sox right-hander rejoined the team yesterday in Fort Myers, still sporting a couple of lumps on the right side of his head..." March 12
Boston Herald "When the punches started flying between Mexico and Canada in the World Baseball Classic yesterday in Phoenix, a roar suddenly went up in the Red Sox clubhouse. There, in the middle of the action wearing his familiar No. 91, was Red Sox reliever Alfredo Aceves. Aceves ended up absorbing more..." March 10
Boston Herald "The baseball card hangs at eye level on the mirror next to Jarrod Saltalamacchia’s locker. It’s a current Topps card, but it’s by no means typical. In place of the staid mid-windup action shot, it features two Red Sox players flexing. One is former catcher Kelly Shoppach, whose back is to..." March 03
CSN New England "Having put Alfredo Aceves on notice following his insubordination on the mound Sunday, the Red Sox may have another option regarding the mercurial pitcher. Aceves is due to be paid $2.65 million this year, his third with the Red Sox. But because that salary was agreed upon in a settlement..." February 20
Boston Herald "The folks from the Red Sox cleaning crew missed a spot when they were removing the stains of the 2012 season. Or to put it another way: Why on earth is Alfredo Aceves still with the club? Yeah, yeah, yeah, he has a live arm and he’s versatile. But he’s also a troublemaker, and a big one,..." February 18
Boston Globe "Alfredo Aceves took the mound on Field 4 Sunday afternoon to throw live batting practice to Jarrod Saltalamacchia. The drill is designed to simulate game conditions for the pitcher and hitter. It should have been a routine few minutes of spring training. But with Aceves, few matters are..." February 18