The Red Sox have sold out their entire 81-game home schedule for the first time in club history.

The team said yesterday it sold off the final scattered singles, standing-room only tickets and obstructed view seats, usually reserved for game-day sales.

Boston is the fourth team in major league history to sell out an entire season, joining the Indians (1996-2000), the Rockies (1996) and the Giants (2000).

* SCHEDULING UPDATE: The Yankees will make up an April 13 rainout against the Devil Rays at home Sept. 23. To accommodate the makeup game, baseball moved up the start of the Yankees' series with the Blue Jays from Tuesday to Monday, when New York had a day off.

* INJURIES: Padres rookie SS Khalil Greene has a broken bone in his right index finger that is expected to keep him out of the lineup for the rest of the regular season. He was injured while fielding a grounder on Monday, and X-rays revealed a fracture. He is hitting .273 with 15 homers and 65 RBI, along with providing steady play in the field. . . .

Cardinals 3B Scott Rolen is expected to be sidelined at least another week with a strained calf. . . .

Marlins RHP A.J. Burnett will miss his next scheduled start tomorrow because of elbow inflammation.

-- From News Services