New York & Red Sox

New York (locally ) is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. New York is the 27th-most extensive, the 3rd-most populous, and the 7th-most densely populated of the 50 United States. The Boston Red Sox are a professional baseball team based in Boston, Massachusetts, and a member of Major League Baseball’s American League Eastern Division. 5.0/5

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Leading Off: Ortiz, Red Sox try again to clinch in New York: A look at what’s happening all around t...
Looking for a few people to road trip to Boston in July for a Red Sox game also stopping in New York. Serious inquiries only 😇
Red Sox complete the sweep! Christian Vázquez's 2-run home run in the 7th inning lifts Boston over New York, 8-7. https:/…
Ortiz homers to lift Red Sox past Yankees: BOSTON -- David Ortiz takes as much joy in punishing the New York ...
I'll be in New York on May 6th for the Red Sox vs Yankees 🙂 my first time going to Yankee Stadium
I’m a life long Red Sox fan like if I EVER played anywhere in New York you couldn’t pay me enough to wear a Yankees jersey. I’d refuse!
As a Red Sox fan I'm rooting for Phil Brooks's team. The guys from New York can suck it
From NBC Sports Talk for Android:. Mark Teixeira sent back to New York, will not play in Red Sox series
I love New York- the Irish bartender put on the Red Sox game
Yankees jump out to 7-0 lead in 1st inning & blow out Red Sox, 14-4. New York breaks out for 16 hits to avoid sweep. http…
Harvey Impresses in 3rd Start vs. Red Sox (via
New York have signed relief pitcher Andrew Bailey to a new minor league deal, according to Chad Jennings.
Today in History -- Friday, Oct. 24 (Bill Wyman, F. Murray Abraham, Kevin Kline, Kweisi Mfume) The Associated Press Today is Friday, Oct. 24, the 297th day of 2014. There are 68 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Oct. 24, 1939, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra recorded their signature theme, "Let's Dance," for Columbia Records in New York. DuPont began publicly selling its nylon stockings in Wilmington, Del. On this date: In 1537, Jane Seymour, the third wife of England's King Henry VIII, died 12 days after giving birth to Prince Edward, later King Edward VI. In 1648, the Peace of Westphalia (west-FAY'-lee-uh) ended the Thirty Years War and effectively destroyed the Holy Roman Empire. In 1861, the first transcontinental telegraph message was sent by Chief Justice Stephen J. Field of California from San Francisco to President Abraham Lincoln in Washington, D.C., over a line built by the Western Union Telegraph Co. In 1936, the short story "The Devil and Daniel Webster" by Stephen Vincen ...
A little disappointed when I wear my Red Sox hat around New York and don't get yelled at.
On Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park in Boston, Red Sox and Yankees fans bid farewell to retiring New York shortstop Derek Jeter.
This summer is one or remember. From endless Baseball games, Brewers, Red Sox, Cubs and Cardinals. From traveling coast to coast, Boston, Cape Cod, New York, Philly, Atlanta, Ohio, Indianapolis, Chicago, Colorado, Phoenix, Lake Havasu and Vegas. I can't thank everyone enough who helped make it happen! Love you guys!!
As I can recall the second time I associated with a "Jeter" when Derek Jeter must have been 2 (or more nearly 3) and how it was of wondering if I maybe should be of having offered to channel my thought then not to be further used father son baseball energy of from my dad's story of batting 1000 at Holy Cross College while playing short stop for Babe Ruth's old coach: Cheers Derek this HAPPY JETER DAY as I can't forget I had your dad near or in tears at thought that my offer of giving forward a yet better moderated love of Baseball and a dream though of a Red Sox fan father might be better of me changing my mind from my offer so forward for years of being like a godfather though a young son then just of New Haven Little League days for someone after I had been to being to betwixt and between such as good for me and mine after running to second one day and answering to the other team's second baseman that my name was "J...eter" as I couldn't decided if I as John Peter should be "John" or "Peter." New York . ...
tough loss for the Red Sox down in Tampa today. Hopefully they can do well this week against the Yankees in New York.
Here's your Saturday sports update from WTSA AM 1450 The Ticket: * The Brattleboro Swim Team’s final meet of the summer swim season is this weekend when they compete in the state championship meet in White River Junction. The team captured the Division I District Championship in Rutland last weekend. * The game ball that Red Sox right-hander Anthony Ranaudo will treasure from his Major League debut wasn't the one from the final out in Boston's 4-3 victory over the New York Yankees. Instead, his teammates made sure to save the ball he threw to strike out Derek Jeter in the third inning -- Ranaudo's first Major League strikeout. Ranaudo pitched six solid innings in his Major League debut and Dustin Pedroia drove in two runs as the Boston Red Sox snapped a three-game losing streak on Friday night. Ranaudo allowed two runs and four hits, including a solo homer Carlos Beltran hit into the New York bullpen in the fourth. The Sox and Yankees play again at Fenway Park this afternoon, coverage starts at 3 on AM ...
Yankees lineup vs. Red Sox - Boston would not trade Jon Lester to New York: Source: www.sbnatio...
Derek Jeter is so great that Jay Z and Michael Jordan can't help but tip their caps to him. Same goes for Red Sox and Mets fans, a bunch of celebrities, a famous former mayor, and the entire city of New York, too. At least that's the premise of a 90-second spot from Nike's Jordan Brand that will run…
Two weeks from now I'll be in New York.. which reminds me I need to buy a new Red Sox hat!!
Game recap: The Red Sox offense, sparked by David Ortiz’s 450th career home run, woke up Sunday night in New York in an 8-5 victory over the Yankees.
Game recap: Mike Napoli's line drive to right field cleared the wall and gave the Red Sox a 2-1 victory over the Yankees in New York.
Well, it's the Red Sox and the MLB FO is in New York. It makes a difference. Remember the Yankee-Red Sox series earlier?
that Red Sox fan doesn't speak for New York. Mayor or not.
No, the won't pull a 2004 Red Sox on the New York teams (away from runs) don't have it in them to be resilient.
lmfao now people are definitely gonna hate me. I have a Red Sox beanie and a Kings beanie and I'll be in New York 😂😂😂
Officially bought our tickets to two Yankees vs Red Sox games while we are in New York! Can't wait to be watching from the Jim Beam Suite! 😎
NEW YORK (AP) _ A Norman Rockwell painting of Boston Red Sox players has sold to a private buyer for $22.6 million. ``The Rookie (Red Sox Locker Room)'' led the bidding Thursday at Christie's auction of American art in New York.
If Marcella had been with me in Houston last week, she would have turned into a pillar of ice. Whether you are in a hotel or a car or a restaurant, the air conditioning is insanely fierce. Marcella was easily chilled and hated it. When we left Venice to return to the States, we chose to live in Florida, yet even there she was rarely without a loose wool vest or cashmere shawl slipped over her. We had been in Houston several times in the past to tour for one her cookbooks, which left no time to indulge in personal interests. There had been one small exception in 1986, when Marcella would allow no business to prevent her from watching the Mets, when they beat the Red Sox in the World Series. She had become a passionate baseball fan the year we were married, shortly after her arrival in New York. She hadn’t yet begun to work and with no Italian-speaking friends, she spent her days alone at home. To help time pass for her, I had explained how baseball worked and taught her some of the vocabulary. The first ...
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When I'm commissioner, Pete Rose will be in the Hall Of Fame, and people who wear Red Sox and Yankees stuff to stadiums not in New York or Boston will be banned from baseball forever
Fox's broadcast of last year's World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals , NBC 's "Sunday Night Football" and HBO's "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" were among the big winners at the 35th Sports Emmy Awards handed out Tuesday. The ceremony, hosted by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences at Lincoln Center 's Frederick P. Rose Hall in New York, honored winners in 39 categories. The awards were chosen by a blue ribbon panel of industry press, and recognized outstanding achievement by individuals and programs broadcast during the 2013 calendar year. The coverage by Fox of the 109th World Series was named as outstanding live sports special. "Sunday Night Football" was crowned outstanding live sports series, while Fox's broadcast of the American League Championship Series between the Red Sox and Detroit Tigers won the award for outstanding playoff coverage. NBA TV 's "The Doctor," about basketball legend Julius "Dr. J" Erving, won for outstanding sports documentary, whi ...
The Boston Red Sox made sure the umpires noticed something on New York pitcher Michael Pineda this time.
This dude just sat in front of me wearing a White Sox hat, Red Sox jacket, and New York Mets shoes 😐 pick a team bruh
What do the Red Sox have against razors? They look like the Duck Dynasty dudes. ( HATE THE RED SOX EVEN MORE THAN YANKEES -- and that's a stretch. Yankees -- oh, they're just big, bad, and brassy New York. However, there's a special kind of pride in assholiness that goes into the Red Sox. There never was a bigger *** (despite his great achievements) than Ted Williams. Babe Ruth had his Baltimore folksy charm.
So I'm in a predicament. I'm tired of liking teams that are far away (NOT INCLUDING MY NINERS) besides the Red Sox I have never liked a local team. Now I wanna start going to the games and liking a local team, meaning I don't think I want to be a Capitals fan anymore. So it would either be a Rangers or Bruins fan, but I hate New York and don't wanna be a band wagon fan. WHAT DO I DO!?!?!?!?!
Our trip to New York is getting better and better! Niagara Falls, NYC, heading to Boston for a red sox game at Fenway Park...AND going to eat at Wahlburgers!! This girl is getting excited!!!
NEW YORK (AP) — Brian McCann was far from panic mode. He was hitting the ball well, and figured positive results would follow. Still, he enjoyed seeing his drives wind up in the seats instead of someone’s glove. McCann put an emphatic end to his season-opening slump, hitting his first two home runs for the New York Yankees to help beat John Lackey and the Boston Red Sox 7-4 Saturday. ‘‘I was pleased about my at-bats today,’’ McCann said. Carlos Beltran, Alfonso Soriano and Kelly Johnson also connected as the Yankees scored all their runs on homers. Lackey was tagged for a career-high four home runs in 5 2-3 innings. New York has won two of three in a series that wraps up Sunday night. A.J. Pierzynski hit his first home run for the Red Sox. After striking out in the first inning and dropping his batting average to .158, McCann quickly reversed his fortunes. The seven-time All-Star who left Atlanta to sign an $85 million, five-year deal with the Yankees led off the fourth with a liner into the f ...
Going to New York tomorrow for Yankees/Red Sox... 70 and sunny! Can't wait!!!
Jacoby Ellsbury’s flat-line personality insulated him from the highs and lows of the Boston baseball experience. He did not utter a single memorable remark in his six-plus seasons with the Red Sox and we don’t expect him to start now that he is in the fishbowl in New York. The beauty of it all is th...
Red Sox are playing in New York tonight against the Yankees at 7:05! Come down to the PO for 1/2 Price Apps and watch this rivalry game!
The Red Sox head to New York on Thursday to take on the Yankees for the first time in 2014. Having finished third in the AL East in 2013, the Yankees loaded up on free agents during the offseason, while the Red Sox didn’t make many big splashes. These two historic rivals use these match-ups as a mea...
This photograph of a 1957 Norman Rockwell painting, "The Rookie (Red Sox Locker Room)" was provided by Christie's auction house in New York on Tuesday, April 1, 2014. The painting, showing, pitcher Frank Sullivan, right fielder Jackie Jensen and catcher Sammy White, second baseman Billy Goodman and Hall Of Famer Ted Williams, will be auctioned by Christie' on May 22, with a pre-sale estimate of $20 million to $30 million. Submitted by Paul Duca. An AP Photo/Christie's.
Nothing better than Opening Day for Major League Baseball! Unfortunately I have to watch the Mets or that other team, the Boston Red Sox. Anyway it's baseball and Mikey loves baseball..Tomorrow the real team plays...GO New York Yankees! And the guy singing the National Anthem at the Orioles/Red Sox Opening Day game just busted some blood vessels in his neck and I think he has a strained scrotum!
Baseball returns to Montreal as spring play continues Mets, Blue Jays begin two-game series, with Hall Of Famer Carter set to be honored: Major League Baseball makes a short-lived return to Montreal on Friday, as the Mets take on the Blue Jays in the first game of a two-game exhibition series at Olympic Stadium. And like the eight other games on the MLB.TV docket Friday, all the action will be free to viewers, as New York's Jenrry Mejia, vying for the fifth spot in the rotation, squares off against Toronto's Mark Buehrle at 7:05 p.m. ET. Before the game, the two clubs will honor Hall Of Famer Gary Carter, who passed away in 2012 from brain cancer. Carter spent 12 seasons with Montreal and five with the Mets. Roughly 40,000 fans are expected to be in attendance at the former home of the Expos. Back in the U.S., a handful of regional rivalries highlight the MLB.TV slate. The Pirates and Phillies play the first of two intrastate exhibitions, as Charlie Morton looks to build on his 1.13 spring ERA. Kyle Kendr ...
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Just want to say a massive thank you to all my family & friends for their birthday gifts this morning. Wine, clothes etc & dollars , tickets to Yankees v Red Sox for the New York trip , thank you so much. Xxx
Red Sox's Lucchino laments 'crazy expenditures' in New York; Yankees quick to respond
TAMPA, Fla. -- Jacoby Ellsbury walked into the Yankees clubhouse, filled with all that gear with pinstripes and the famous interlocking "NY." He walked over to his locker in the back, the one used last spring by former Boston Red Sox teammate Kevin Youkilis. Ellsbury was in the den of his former team's enemy, at least in the view of many Boston fans. But for now, with games that count more than a month away, the speedy center fielder still gets preferential treatment after helping the Red Sox win another World Series. He found that out when he went to a deli before heading to the ballpark Tuesday. "Red Sox fan gave me some free breakfast this morning down here in Tampa," he said happily. "There's still the love there. It's nice to see." Boston made no attempt to re-sign Ellsbury, a 2011 All-Star who led the majors with 52 steals despite a broken foot late last season. He hit .298 with nine homers and 53 RBIs. Needing to rebuild its batting order, New York agreed in December to a $153 million, seven-year c ...
Today in Baseball History -- Feb. 17 -- from Mary Landers ... 1891 -- The American Association withdraws from the National Agreement, thus starting a war with the National League. The AA moves its Chicago team to Cincinnati to compete with the NL team. 1900 -- In lieu of unpaid alimony, Mary H. VonDerbeck becomes the owner of the American League franchise in Detroit. Her ex-husband will later regain control of the team. 1916 -- During their annual meeting held at the Hotel Wolcott in New York, the American League owners endorse a new Major League draft concept originally proposed by Dodger president Charles Ebbets. The approved plan, which is referred to the National Commission, will give second-division clubs the first pick of the available minor leaguers each season. 1937 -- The Yankees purchase Red Sox first baseman Babe Dahlgren, the player who replaces Lou Gehrig. During his 4-year tenure with the Bronx Bombers, the California native will compile a .248 batting average before being bought by the Brav ...
Amid rivalry, Red Sox acknowledge Jeter's impact Boston's players and manager share memories of squaring off against Yanks captain Ian Browne / MLB.com2/13/14 5:03 PM ET FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Even for Derek Jeter's top rival, it wasn't easy to hear that the iconic shortstop will be retiring at the end of the 2014 season. "In some ways, it's bittersweet," said Red Sox manager John Farrell. "I think we all have enjoyed watching him play and the way he's carried himself, the way he's performed in between the lines. "And yet you realize that players don't go on forever. I guess in a word, he epitomizes the word professional, in just the success he's had and the way he's conducted himself on and off the field in a city like New York, and to do it in the style that he has. He's synonymous with winning and just a Yankee legend." Before he became a manager in 2011, Farrell spent four years as a pitching coach knowing firsthand how tough it was to devise an approach against Jeter. "Oh, like many good hitters, you co ...
Today in Baseball History -- Feb. 3 -- from Mary Landers ... 1886 -- Former professional baseball player Albert Spalding begins a sporting goods company with $800. The future Hall Of Famer will become the manufacturer of the first official baseball as well as the tennis ball, basketball, golf ball, and football. 1938 -- College basketball player Lou Boudreau is suspended by the University of Illinois for taking illegal payments from the Indians, but the 19-year old hoopster will go on to have a 15-year Hall Of Fame career in the big leagues as a player-manager for Cleveland and the Red Sox. In addition, as a broadcaster, he will be traded to the Cubs by radio station WGN to become the team's skipper. 1942 -- Owners agree to permit each team to have as many as 14 night games this up-coming season. 1961 -- Charlie O. Finley douses an old school bus bearing the sign "the Kansas City-to-New York shuttle" with gasoline and sets it on fire in the left field parking lot of Municipal Stadium. As the vehicle becom ...
Today in Baseball History -- Feb. 2 -- from Mary Landers ... 1876 -- The National League is officially formed with teams located in Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Hartford, Louisville, New York, Philadelphia and St. Louis. 1936 -- Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Walter Johnson, and Christy Mathewson are the first five men elected into baseball's new Hall Fame, which is scheduled to be open in 1939 as part of the game's celebration of its centennial. A claim made by the former 1905 Mills Commission, that proves to be erroneous, suggests that the national pastime was invented by Civil War hero Abner Doubleday in Cooperstown, making the small village in upstate New York the perfect place for the induction of the legendary ballplayers. 1950 -- At a Boston sports writers dinner, infielder Bobby Doerr receives the Fred Hoey Award, given by the scribes in memory of the first full-time broadcaster for both the Red Sox and the Braves. The scrappy second baseman's friend and BoSox teammate, Ted Williams, surprises ...
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Boston Red Sox outfielder Jonny Gomes ruffled some feathers in New York last week when he questioned whether the Yankees’ offseason spending spree would be enough for the Bronx Bombers to compete i...
I have never seen the Red Sox play the yankee's and want to in my life time. Sabrina says this morning dad why dont you and I go to a game some time and cheer against the yanks. I said do you want to see them in Boston or New York? Sabrina say New York is bad so let's see them in Boston. I think this is a brilliant plan.
Red Sox CEO Larry Lucchino said he is just as committed to winning as the Yankees, but not when it means crazy expenditures that might be commonplace in New York.
Just bought tickets for the Red Sox and Yankees game in New York for me and Alex ❤️⚾️
If you are a Yankees or Red Sox fan living anywhere but New York or Massachusetts. you might be an ***
Being from New York must really suck right now: Giants, Jets, Knicks, Nets, Mets, Yankees AND the Red Sox won the W.S.
The Winter Meetings end today with the Rule 5 Draft at 9 AM. Red Sox are not expected to participate since they have their 40 man roster set. Here are some notes from Pete A this AM: Ryan Kalish, released by the Red Sox after missing much of the last three seasons with assorted injuries, is in the final stages of signing with another team. The Yankees will introduce Jacoby Ellsbury on Friday in New York. David Ortiz's annual celebrity golf tournament is this weekend in the Domincan Republic. Scheduled attendees include Pedro Martinez, Jose Bautista, Adam Jones, Manny Machado, Sean Casey, Tim Wakefield, Johnny Damon, Pudge Rodriguez, Barry Larkin, Jim Rice, Andres Galarraga, Luis Tiant, George Bell, Craig Sager, Lawrence Taylor, Troy Brown, Rick Fox, Micky Ward, and Aly Raisman.
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It will hardly be surprising if at some point in the next few years, the Red Sox are again feeling grateful that they were outbid (and thereby saved) by another New York team.
To all my Navajo Red Sox fans... Have you bought any Yankees gear yet? Gonna be sweet to see all those "die hard" Sox fans follow the Jacoby train to New York! Suckas!
How can someone be a Red Sox fan & a Giants fan. That's like a disgrace to New York.
Aug. 25.City Council members are spending thousands of dollars to buy new garbage cans bearing their names – NY Sun.   ALL HAIL THE GODS OF GARBAGE!     Back in the halcyon eons of ages past illustrious nobility could achieve immortality by declaring themselves to be descended from the celestial deities and having temples and holy orders consecrated in their honor. Throughout the ages kings and emperors embossed their likenesses upon grand erections like the pyramids and the Taj Mahal to proclaim their passing through this mortal coil, thereby reminding future generations of their eternal greatness.   But nothing surpasses the modern age for scientific genius in mankind’s quest to achieve godhead through technological innovation like that truly magnificent tribute to human civilization, the New York City Garbage Can.   In a truly heroic attempt to transcend the boundaries of mere human existence and achieve the status of Olympian immortality, certain New York dignitaries are consecrating importa ...
Now that the Red Sox won the World Series Rudolph Giuliani must be in heaven.  His excuse for switching from the Yanks to the Red Sox was that they are both in the American League, but I know the real reason.  The real reason that Giuliani likes the Sox is that they both like to go out wearing ladies' dresses.     The Red Sox's secret strategy for beating the Yankees involves equiping all their batters with rubber fly masks to freak out Joba Chamberlain. Chamberlain is insisting that the Yankees install mosquito netting over the pitcher's mound.   Knicks owner James Dolan says that to improve the Knicks' shooting accuracy he is going to line the basket rim with hair.   A-Rod told the Dodgers that if he agrees to sign with them he wants them to build him a miniature New York like the one in Las Vegas, complete with a pop-up dummy of George Steinbrenner that he can run over with his own subway train.  Former Dodgers manager Grady Little said he left the team for personal reasons.  He woke up and fou ...
this is what you call perspective: "In Ellsbury’s case, there is even a new story to replace the old one about Red Sox who went off to New York to win their rings. Nowadays, Red Sox go to New York, World Series rings in tow, to get old. "
Red Sox manager John Farrell called the departure of Jacoby Ellsbury to the Yankees a jolt after the thrill of winning the World Series. But it was not unexpected. Ellsbury had steadfastly refused all entreaties to sign an extension with the Red Sox and entered free agency at a time when baseball is awash in revenues. That Ellsbury went to New York was a bit of a surprise. But if not the Yankees, it would have been another team. “When you get into free agency with a player of Jacoby’s caliber, you know going in that there’s probably a handful of spots where he could end up,” general manager Ben Cherington said Wednesday. “Certainly New York is always going to be one of those potential spots. “We wish Jacoby well. He was obviously a really good player here in Boston. During the time he was here, he was a big part of two World Series teams. We would have loved to keep him. But we felt like there was an area, a range, we were willing to go to and the market just got past that.” That range was a ...
Quick update: Red Sox won the World Series, Patriots lead their division, Bruins lead their division, Celtics lead their division. *** hum. Just wondering... how are all those teams out of New York doing? Watch Sports Tonight at 6:30PM for more fun on this!
Ellsbury to New York, Salty to Miami, and as Drew seems he'll end up to close long term contract somewhere else, it looks Napoli is the one who would wear Red Sox jersey next season again. It seems there still be some needs for backup infielder, bullpen, and power hitting corner infielder. Let's see where Ben Charington goes!
The third of five thoughts about the fallout from Jacoby Ellsbury leaving the Red Sox to sign a seven-year, $153 million deal with the New York Yankees: The Boston-New York heat is back on.
So how about Ellisbury... doing what Red Sox fans thought would be impossible... going to New York.
Saw a guy on the road with New York tags and a bumper sticker right below it that said "Red Sox Nation". Sir, I think you're a bit confused. Also, wrong. So wrong it hurts.
Ben Affleck with the line of year: "The Red Sox won the World Series at home, and New York fans could pound salt up the…
Yankees vs. Red Sox in New York for my birthday with my dad?! YES.
People from other states think people from Massachusetts are all Irish, drunk, like the Red Sox, and are anti-New York fa…
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Evelyn Wiggins Hurwitz gave me and here s the list: 1. Happily married to my beautiful wife: Evelyn and beautiful two cats (Sedona and Swooshy)! Looking forward to see Eve very soon this December... 2. Originally born in Newton, Mass and grew up in Rochester, New York! I'm rooting for Red Sox, Yankee, and buffalo bills!! 3. Favorite motto ever since Evelyn and I still now together: ❤️ , laugh and live is the best medicine. 4. Childhood grew up with Jennifer Clupper, she currently lives in Indiana with beautiful family and loyalty to Colts (gagging to the team) lol.. Miss you guys very much! :) hugs
At the 227 Annual Communication for the Grand Lodge of Maryland, I had the privilege of introducing the Grand Master of the oldest Grand Lodge in the United States to over 400 Master Masons. It was such an honor to introduce Grand Master Richard J. Stewart from my home state with the Grand Master of New York acknowledging that a we also had the Grand Master of Maryland Masons Gerald E. Piepiora another Bay Stater who was proud of what the Red Sox had accomplished this year as World Champions. Proud to be a Maryland Mason and Boston Strong.
James Geoffrey Parfitt Conrad gave me the number 10, so here are 10 facts about me. I was born on October 29, 1979 on a Monday, and it was snowing that day. Even though my mother was living in Falmouth, MA I was born in Plymouth, MA because at the time the hospital there had a better reputation. My background is very mixed, mostly various European backgrounds, on both my mother's and father's side, so I can't say what I really am. The letters of my first name spell out the first letters of five consecutive months of the year: July, August, September, October, November. From kindergarten to 4th grade, I attended 4 different elementary schools in 3 different towns. Even though I live in Massachusetts I'm not really completely from here. I went to school in New Haven, CT from 4th to 8th grade, and my mother grew up in California, which we visited quite a few times when I was growing up. I have more of a connection to New York than I do to Boston, because I have some relatives that live in New York which w .. ...
New York's new mayor is a Red Sox fan. Go figure!
Red Sox fans have surely enjoyed gloating about the World Series, especially to friends and colleagues who root for the Yankees. Here's some more ammunition for you: Bill de Blasio, the new mayor of New York, is a Red Sox fan.
Steiner Sports Tackles Deacon Jones Collection Hall Of FameR DEACON JONES ARTIFACTS PROVIDE TREASURE TROVE OF FOOTBALL MEMORABILIA IN STEINER SPORTS “DEACON AND THE SANDMAN” AUCTION NOVEMBER 5 THROUGH DECEMBER 9 ON-LINE New York, November 5--A "fearsome foursome" of artifacts, and much more, from the collection of the immortal Los Angeles Rams Hall Of Famer Deacon Jones, spearhead the Steiner Sports Memorabilia "Deacon and the Sandman" on line auction. The dazzling quartet of lynchpin collectibles includes: Deacon's Canton Hall Of Fame bust; his rare Rams defensive playbook with strategies from the gridiron coaching icon George Allen; and two Most Valuable Player trophies. The auction begins today and will continue through December 9, what would have been the 75th birthday of the late, great defensive end. Ironically, Jones wore number 75. The announcement was made by Steiner Sports Founder Brandon Steiner, Elizabeth Jones, Deacon's wife who continues his legacy. A portion of the proceeds from the ...
Kenyans Geoffrey Mutai and Priscah Jeptoo won New York City Marathon titles Sunday as elite runners returned to the Big Apple a year after Hurricane Sandy wiped out the race and seven months after the Boston Marathon bombings. Mutai, who also won the 2011 New York crown, captured the men's title in an unofficial time of 2hrs 8mins, 23secs while Jeptoo, the reigning London Marathon champion who finished second at last year's London Olympics, came from behind to win in an unofficial time of 2:25.07. The 43rd edition of the 26.2-mile (42.2km) showdown included more than 48,000 runners from 115 nations competing in cool and windy conditions for a $100,000 top prize with a backdrop of tightened security in the wake of twin tragedies. Three people were killed by bombs planted near the finish line of the Boston Marathon last April, making "Boston Strong" a catchphrase to inspire comebacks, including a World Series baseball crown for a Boston Red Sox club that was last in its division in 2012. "What occurred in B ...
Stayed up last night after the game to see the tribute to Tim Mccarver who is retiring from the FOX World Series broadcast team. What a disappointment. I guess FOX thought only Cardinal and Red Sox fans would watch to the end (given the ratings for the Series, why would they think otherwise). They showed World Series highlights from his playing days with the Cardinals. No mention of the other teams he played for. No mention that he was activated by the Phillies in Sept 1980 to become the 11th player in MLB history to play in 4 decades. No mention that his broadcast career started in Philly or of all the years spent as a Mets, then as a Yankees broadcaster. I've always felt he dumbed things down for national audiences. His best work was done when he was speaking to the knowledgeable and passionate fans in Philly and New York. Shame on FOX for not doing it right.
I am not a Red Sox fan, by far. In fact, born in New York, we were raised to detest anything, sports-wise, out of Boston. That said , it should be obvious that Jon Lester, Tacoma, WA, is a future Hall Of Famer. Some of his Series numbers are All-Century. His life story is an inspiration.
Ok, just to clarify something...I am a Yankees fan. Always have been. But when the Tigers are playing any team except for New York, I am rooting for them. And so the obvious team for me to root for in this World Series would be any team but the Red Sox, right? Especially if the Yankees are your team. Normally that would be true. But this is definitely not a normal year. Many things have gone differently than expected and some have brought pain. The most significant thing to happen was the passing of our brother Robert James McCrath...AKA...Wally, Bob, Heavy B, B-3, and whatever other nickname you all may have bestowed upon him. Bob was as big a fan of Boston as anyone I know and in fact, when we were younger and I was searching for baseball cards of Thurman Munson and Bucky Dent and the likes and he was celebrating his Jim Rice cards and Fred Lynn or Yaz cards and being the best Boston Ambassador in all of Barry County. My team won most of the showdowns and so I was the one always gloating. But I'm not gl ...
Non-sequitor: by casual count, I'm seeing far more Red Sox hats here in London than I ever saw in New York.
"Red Sox fans will feel something tonight that they haven't felt all year.anxiety."- Mike Lupica, New York Daily News. Only an *** from New York would say something so stupid. We Red Sox fans are anxious every waking second of our lives. We're born knowing that things are going to get worse from here.and that we're going to trade for Danny Cater.
General History for Thursday, 10/10/13 1845 - The U.S. Naval Academy opened in Annapolis, Maryland. 1886 - The dinner jacket we now know as a "tuxedo" made its American debut at the autumn ball in Tuxedo Park, New York. 1977 - Joe Namath played the last game of his National Football League (NFL) career. 1978 - President Carter signed a bill authorizing the Susan B. Anthony dollar. It proved unpopular with the American public. 1990 - The Oakland A's won the American League pennant for the third year in a row, beating the Boston Red Sox 3-to-1. 2011 - It was announced that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died of respiratory arrest brought on by a pancreatic tumor.
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Is it too late for Democrats to choose a new mayoral nominee?After coming out as a Red Sox fan years ago, and recently "gingerly" acknowledging his continued allegiance to the baseball team widely despised by New York sports fans, Bill de Blasio has some salt to rub into the wound.He's a New England...
Before any Red Sox fans come at New York for not making the playoffs (cause if the Yankees lose tonight they're out of the playoff chase), keep in mind that the 2012 Red Sox "off year" resulted in a 69-93 record, and the 2013 Yankees "off year", as it stands with 5 games left in the season, resulted with an 82-75 record. The Yankees, with the injuries they've had to star players (Jeter, A-Rod, Teixeira, Granderson, Youkilis, etc), using more players this season than any other Yankees team in the past 10 years (55), and players who've struggled down the stretch, and haven't played up to par (CC Sabathia, Hiroki Kuroda, Phil Hughes), the 2013 New York Yankees shouldn't have a record above .500, and shouldn't have been in the chase this long. If the Red Sox John Farrell didn't lead the Red Sox from worst to first this year I would say Joe Girardi should win the AL Manager of the year award. Always a PROUD Yankees fan, and I don't see 2013 as a failure by any means.
Today after the Sox victory I tuned in to YES to watch the New York tribute to Marrianno Rivera, the all time leader in games saved. In the mid 90s King Goerge Stienbrenner (RIP) wanted to put Rivera on Waivers due to lack of trust but cooler heads convinced him otherwise. Had Rivera gone on waivers the Red Sox had the first right of refusal. What might have been?
All you Boston Red Sox fans...there is this "my teams all suck-Joey guy" here in San Diego by the name of Jeff Berger who continues (over 2 years now) to call Boston a lowly "suburb" of New York .he just insulted all of us Hub people again on our Fantasy Football website...thought you should know the crap I have to put up with...and we all know I am innocent and have never called him out for no reason..."Marlon McCree intercepts..the game is ovah...oh wait a second, Troy Brown strips the ball...Vinateri with the win..."...now get ready Hub-ites, for some old and worn out Buckner comment...
BOSTON (AP) — The Boston Red Sox said goodbye to Mariano Rivera, and then they finished off the New York Yankees in the AL East. Shortly after a pregame ceremony to honor the longtime Yankees closer, Mike Napoli homered in a three-run first inning to help Clay Buchholz coast to a 9-2 victory over New York on Sunday night. Daniel Nava added four hits for Boston, which eliminated the two-time defending East champions from the division race. Buchholz pitched six innings of two-hit ball to complete the three-game sweep and give the Red Sox six wins in seven games against the Yankees in 11 days. Boston has won 10 of its last 12 to expand its lead in the AL East over second-place Tampa Bay to 9½ games. ‘‘It’s not just one team,’’ said Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia, who singled and scored a run on a double steal. ‘‘It’s how we play. We want to win every game. We never settle for what (the lead) is. It’s ‘Go for the next one.'’’ Boston has a magic number of four to clinch its se ...
Boston went 5-1 against Tampa Bay and New York last week. Still have six remaining against Baltimore. We are all Red Sox.
Daily Recap: After Hiroki Kuroda settled in and Robinson Cano rallied New York, Jarrod Saltalamacchia hit a grand slam to lift the Red Sox
Today in History 1849 - In Hastings, NY, The first recorded death in a boxing match occurred after Chris Lilly knocked out Tom McCoy. McCoy died a short time later. 1923 - George Burns (Boston performed the third unassisted triple play in baseball history. 1932 - Joe McCarthy became the first manager to win pennants in both baseball leagues when his New York clinched the American League pennant. 1946 - Ted Williams (Boston Red Sox) hit his only inside-the-park home run. 1949 - The Ladies Professional Golf Association of America was formed. 1965 - Willie Mays became the fifth player in Major League history to hit 500 career home runs. 1970 - The first New York City Marathon took place. Fireman Gary Muhrucke won the race. The race was run entirely inside Central Park. 1971 - The World Hockey Association was formed. 1971 - Frank Robinson (Baltimore hit his 500th career home run. 1981 - John Mcenroe won his third consecutive U.S. Open. 1986 - Bert Blyleven (Minnesota surrendered five homes runs. The game rais ...
The Boston Red Sox couldn’t complete a sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays, but they finished another road trip better off than when they started. ‘‘You try and win every series. That’s the No. 1 goal, and we lost tonight but we took a good two out of three,’’ said Jarrod Saltalamacchia, who hit his 12th home run in a 4-3 loss Thursday night. ‘‘So we'll go home against New York and worry about Game 1, and see what happens after that.’’ Wil Myers hit a tiebreaking double in the eighth inning for the Rays, but a 5-2 road trip left the Red Sox with an 89-59 record and a commanding 8 ½-game lead in the AL East. ‘‘We would have signed up for it before we left Boston, for sure,’’ said manager John Farrell. ‘‘We continue to play a very good brand of baseball. We played a very good series. We’re looking forward to getting back home in front of our crowd.’’ The Red Sox would need to win 11 of their final 14 games for a 100-victory season, but need just one win to reach 90 for the fif ...
Allen Webster's locker at McCoy Stadium has been cleared out. It appears he's on his way to New York to join the Red Sox.
Personally he's running for Mayor of New York, not the MLB. Hey as long as he's allegiance is to the people of...
get and in All-Star Game. Their comments: David Ortiz is going back to the All-Star Game and this time he’s bringing some teammates. A year after Ortiz was the lone representative for the Red Sox, he was joined by Dustin Pedroia and Clay Buchholz on the American League roster. Red Sox reliever Koji Uehara was selected as one of five candidates for the final spot on the roster. The winner will be determined by on-line fan voting. The game is July 16 at Citi Field in New York. “It was weird last year,” Ortiz said. “It’ll be good to have some more Red Sox around.” Ortiz was the overwhelming winner to start at DH with 6.2 million votes. Toronto’s Edwin Encarnacion was second with 2.5 million. Pedroia was selected as a reserve. Ortiz and Bobby Doerr are tied for the third-most All-Star selections in Red Sox history. Only Carl Yastrzemski (18 times) and Ted Williams (17) have more. “When the fans pick you, it’s because they want to see you play,” Ortiz said. “It’s great to be going again ...
Today in Baseball History -- July 7 1900 -- By defeating the Cubs, 11-4, Beaneaters' hurler Kid Nichols takes only nine seasons to get his 300th victory. The 30-year old righty will amass 361 victories during his 15-year career and will remain the youngest player ever to accomplish the feat. 1909 -- In a 15-3 blow-out of the Browns, the White Sox collect 12 stolen bases. The thievery at Chicago's South Side Park includes the theft of home plate three times. 1920 -- Benny Kauff, after appearing in 55 games this season, is traded by the Giants with cash to the Toronto Maple Leafs of the International League for Vern Spencer. In December, the New York outfielder had been implicated in a car theft ring, and although acquitted of the charges, he will still be banished from baseball for life by Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis. 1923 -- Lefty O'Doul, who will become an outstanding Major League hitter later in his career, gives up 13 runs in the sixth inning as the Indians rout the Red Sox, 27-3. He will fini ...
Nunez returns to help Yankees to sixth win in a row | 9Digg - What the web is talking about right now YORK (Reuters) – The injury-riddled New York Yankees welcomed Eduardo Nunez back to the lineup on Saturday to begin what they expect to be a parade of returning players, and the shortstop paid immediate dividends. Nunez knocked in two runs and had two hits, including a run-scoring single up the middle in the sixth inning that snapped a 4-4 tie in New York&5-4 victory over the Baltimore Orioles. The win was the sixth in a row for the Yankees (48-39), who jumped over the Orioles (48-40) into second place in the American League East, 5.5 games behind the Boston Red Sox. …
Just got back from baseball trip with Michael Sorlie and Ryan Wieberg. We left on June 22 and saw lots of baseball. On June 24th we toured Progressive Field in Cleveland and from there drove Baltimore and watched the Indians vs. the Orioles at Camden Yards. On the 25th we saw Arizona vs. Washington at Nats Park. On June 26th we toured Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. My daughter flew into New York that night. On June 27th we watched Texas vs. New York at Yankee Stadium. On June 28th we went to Citi Field and watched the Nationals vs. the Mets. On June 29th we toured Boston. Beautiful city. On June 30th we watched the Blue Jays @ Red Sox at Fenway. July 1 we toured more of NYC. My daughter went back home on July 2 and we headed to Pittsburgh to watch the Phillies vs. the Pirates @ PNC Park. On July 3 we watched the Orioles vs. the White Sox @ U. S. Cellular Field. Yesterday we watched the Yankees beat up the Twins @ Target Field.
Some MLB Fourth of July history since 2000: 2000 Becoming only the third player in Cardinal history to homer in his first career at-bat, Keith McDonald pinch hits a home run in a 14-3 victory over the Reds. Eddie Morgan [1936] and Wally Moon [1954] are the only other Redbirds to accomplish the feat. 2001 The Brewers' new home, Miller Park, continues to be jinxed as a parachutist breaks his ankle when he misses the opening in the retractable roof and lands on a beam several hundred feet off the ground. Another member of the Sky Knights Sports Parachute Club missed the stadium completely. 2001 The fifty people stranded on the Ferris wheel ride at Comerica Park for two hours during the Royals-Tigers game are rescued by firefighters and emergency crews using a cherry picker and a fire truck ladder. The inconvenienced fans will receive tickets to another game, free dinner and team autographs from the Tigers. 2003 In a 10-3 victory over New York, the Red Sox score all their runs with the long ball hitti ...
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Today in Baseball History -- June 30 -- from Mary Landers 1894 -- Fred Clarke makes his Major League debut going 5-for-5 for the Louisville Colonels. The future Hall Of Famer collects four singles and a triple. 1908 -- At New York's Hilltop Park, Red Sox legend Cy Young no-hits the Highlanders (Yankees), 8-0. The contest marks the third time the 41-year old has accomplished the feat. 1909 -- The Cubs spoil the Pirates' debut at Forbes Field, 3-2. The new state-of-the-art ballpark, named for General John Forbes who was an officer in the French and Indian War, is the first stadium to be made completely of steel and poured concrete. 1938 -- The Phillies lose the final game to be played at the Philadelphia’s Baker Bowl bowing to the Giants, 14-1. New York center fielder Hank Lieber hits the last homer in the history of the 51-year old ballpark. 1948 -- At Briggs Stadium, Indians right-hander Bob Lemon throws the first American League night time no-hitter blanking the Tigers, 2-0. The Tigers' home was the la ...
CRICKET In India vs. Pakistan Cricket Match, Passions Unleashed By HUW RICHARDS New York Times Published: June 14, 2013 BIRMINGHAM, England — Measured by the numbers who care about it, the Champions Trophy cricket match between Pakistan and India can claim to be a continuation of the world’s greatest sporting rivalry. Enlarge This Image Glyn Kirk/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images Shikhar Dhawan, India’s opening batsman, has surpassed the century mark in all three innings he has played for his country this year. It is as if all the feelings of the New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox rivalry in baseball, Barcelona vs. Real Madrid in soccer and England vs. Australia in any sport had been distilled and deepened with an extra dose of hostile geopolitics and the passions of 1.4 million people. Of course, not every single person in Pakistan and India will be transfixed by events at Edgbaston stadium on Saturday, any more than the whole of Boston and New York really stops for the Red Sox against the Ya ...
Taking an informal poll: Who is the worse owner in New York? The Wilpons, Charles Wang, or Woody Johnson?
YOUR New York Yankees WEEKLY UPDATED PRESENTED BY MITCHELL FOR 5/20: THE WEEK AHEAD: The Yanks have a 3 game homestand with Cleveland before heading to the left coast. The Tribe might just be the tonic for the slumping Pinstripes, but not because the Indians aren’t competitive. It’s just that New York had their number in Ohio awhile back and for all of skipper Terry Francona’s lineup manipulations, the Yankees weren’t fazed. That said, the boys in the Bronx still have issues to contend with besides falling behind the Red Sox and into a maelstrom with the O’s & Rays in the A.L. East. Is Andy Petitte going to return to form after 2 injuries during the first portion of the campaign? Lyle Overbay is the 5th outfielder? What happens if catcher Austin Romine starts getting dinged up like Chris Stewart? Are Nova, Nuno and Pineda coming back to the big leagues--- with another team? We offer the last question since the “Cliff Lee Sweepstakes” should start soon with the Phillies playing sub-500 ball. ...
6/2/13: David Ortiz extends the Red Sox's lead in the sixth inning with a deep drive into the right-center field bleachers at Yankee Stadium
Here are the first updates on balloting for next month's All-Star Game at Citi Field in New York! In the American League, Chris Davis of the Orioles has a narrow lead over Prince Fielder of the Tigers at first base...the Yankees' Robinson Cano leads at second base, the Rangers' Elvis Andrus leads at shortstop by about 10,000 votes over J.J. Hardy of the Orioles and Miguel Cabrera of the Tigers easily leads the third-base spot (he already has about 1.5 million votes)! The Angels' Mike Trout, Torii Hunter of the Tigers and Adam Jones of the Orioles currently hold the top three outfield spots! Joe Mauer of the Twins leads at catcher and David Ortiz of the Red Sox leads at DH! As soon as we get the National League balloting leaders, we'll pass those along to you! ~Byron
The evening games come from New York and San Diego, as the Yankees and Red Sox end their series, whilst the Padres and Blue Jays meet.
The Red Sox dominated New York last night with an unlikely outfield. Daniel Nava, a former independent league player dubbed as a defensive liability, hit leadoff and manned a spacious left field. He has also been one of the most consistent performers at the plate this season. Jackie Bradley Jr., an unproven rookie hitting just .111 this season, was out in center field. And in right field was Mike Carp, starting in a position he had never played before. The threesome combined for 9 hits, 5 RBI, and 5 runs scored while playing a clean outfield in the 11-1 victory last night.
On June 2 in Baseball History... 1935 - Babe Ruth announces his retirement as a player at age 40. 1941 - New York Yankees first baseman Lou Gehrig dies of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis at age 37 in New York. From that time on, the illness is known primarily as Lou Gehrig's Disease. 1942 - Red Sox star Ted Williams enlists as a Navy aviator. He will finish the season with his team, as will many other players who enlist or await draft. Among A.L. regulars of 1941 who are now in the service: Johnny Rigney, Joe Grace, Johnny Berardino, Cecil Travis, Bob Feller, Pat Mullin, Buddy Lewis, Sam Chapman, and Johnny Sturm. 1958 - Yankees pitcher Whitey Ford fans six in a row to tie an A.L. record as he shuts out the White Sox 3-0. 1987 - The Mariners select Cincinnati high schooler Ken Griffey, Jr., the son of Braves outfielder Ken Griffey, with the first overall pick in the free-agent draft. 1990 - Seattle's Randy Johnson, at six feet ten inches the tallest pitcher in major-league history, pitches the first Mariner ...
When my first niece Victoria was 8 years old I promised her a trip to New York for her 15th birthday. A couple months late but Tia & niece are in the Big Apple (+ Gonzalez boys)! Love you Victoria Garcia! Day 1 Adventure: Stroll in Central Park and a subway ride to see the Yankees v. Red Sox's game!
Surprise! Red Sox and Yankees back on top By Nick Cafardo People who make predictions, like me, thought the Yankees and Red Sox would be fighting it out for fourth place right about now. We evidently underestimated the resolve of the Yankees and we underestimated how well a group of complementary players could blend with the Red Sox. Those are reasons the upcoming series in the Bronx is meaningful. Unlike the season-opening set at Yankee Stadium, when the Sox took two of three against a team learning to adjust to injuries, this series will be an old-fashioned Yankee-Red Sox rivalry with first place on the line. What was expected to be a Yankee collapse has turned into one of baseball’s best stories as New York has 13 comeback wins. And the Sox, winners of 69 games a year ago, have turned into a playoff contender. The Yankees have turned back the clock on players such as Vernon Wells, Lyle Overbay, and Travis Hafner while Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez, Curtis Granderson, and Mark Teixeira have been on the ...
Other things going around the sports world this evening is the NHL Playoffs. Tonight is game three of the Boston Bruins-New York Rangers series with Boston ahead two games to none. Also its game four of the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks series where LA has a 2-1 series advantage. Good baseball action as well. On MLB Network Bob Costas is calling the Orioles-Yankees affair. My Reds are in New York playing game two of the three game set with the Mets. The suddenly hot and now AL Central division leading Cleveland Indians are taking on their division rivals from Detroit as well tonight. Yu Darvish takes the mound for the Rangers tonight as they battle AL West rivals Oakland. The battle of the Sox continues tonight between the White Sox and Red Sox. White was the color of victory last night. The Cardinals have the best record in the National League right now, they're trying to get back at the Padres tonight after last night's 4-2 loss to them. And finally in San Francisco its a battle between two stru ...
On this day in History May 21. 2012 Dioncounda Traore, Acting President of Mali, requires hospitalization after encountering angry demonstrators who object to the 70-year old to hold the office for a year 2012 People in East Asia, the North Pacific and the Western United States have the opportunity today to view a rare annular solar eclipse 2011 Christian radio broadcaster Harold Camping predicts May 21, 2011 at 6:00pm as the date of the Rapture for all Christians around the world 2011 The most active volcano in Iceland, Grimsvotn, erupts and triggers 50 small earthquakes 2010 A food crisis in Niger causes Nigerians to flee across the border into Nigeria 2003 Earthquake kills at least 2,266 in northern Algeria 1997 Emmy 24th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 17th time 1996 Blackout in many areas of Queens, New York 1996 Ken Griffey, Jr., 26, is 8th youngest to hits 200 home runs 1996 Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens beats Yankees for his 200th win 1995 Chris Johnson wins Star Bank ...
The Cleveland Indians Season Preview Part 20: The Schedule's Outlook: Starting point---The first few week's will really test the Tribe. We begin with the dreaded dome road series of Toronto and Tampa Bay, two cities were we have struggled in recent years. Then we begin the longest home stand of the year right out the gate including very early series with both the Yankees and Red Sox in mid-April. The latter half of the month eases up as we play Houston, Chicago, and Kansas City on the road. Hardest month: June---The month of June may make or break the Tribe's chances at playoff contention in 2013. From June 1-16 we play Tampa Bay, New York, Detroit, Texas, and Washington in succession with only 5 of those games at home. We also play Baltimore and Chicago to finish the month on the road. Interleague games---For the first time ever, we won't be playing a long stretch of interleague game in June due to the realignment of the Astros to the American West. This means a much more favorable schedule in 2013 with ...
TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY: 1912 With the shanties torn down and the garbage pits filled in the Pigtown section in Brooklyn, Charles Ebbets breaks ground for his team’s new ballpark. The Dodgers new home will be named for its owner after a reporter at the ceremony suggested the idea to Charley. 1913 The Yankees become the first team to train outside of the United States when they start spring training in Bermuda. The team's island ballpark in Hamilton is a converted cricket field, and most of their competition is provided by the Skeeters, a local team from New Jersey. (Mike Minear, in his rookie season as a manager in 1913 for the Hoboken Skeeters, will guide the Jersey ballclub for the next five years.) 1919 Giants' manager John McGraw sells Slim Sallee to the Reds, but the team will buy the southpaw back next year. During his five seasons with New York, 'Scatter' compiles a 42-23 (.646) record along with an ERA of 2.26. 1921 Twelve-year Red Sox veteran outfielder Harry Hooper is traded to the White ...
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Bible Heroes Hall Of Fame For the word of God is living and active. Hebrews 4:12 About twenty years ago, while I was working at Maryhaven, we took a trip. This trip was the best I had been on with the kids. We took them to Cooperstown, New York, the baseball Hall Of Fame. I am a baseball fan or fanatic depending on whom you ask. I got to see plaques, statistics, memorabilia, and all kinds of great memories while there. My favorite was the Carl Yastrzemski exhibit. Man! Now he was a ball player. Carl played for the Boston Red Sox twenty-three seasons, which is a record for playing for the same team an entire career. What a trip to see all of this great history from these retired baseball greats, especially Yaz, number eight. This got me thinking while I reminisced, What if they had a Bible Hero Hall Of Fame? Of course, Jesus would be the number-one attraction. What an exhibit there could be. We would see Moses parting the Red Sea, David defeating Goliath, Paul writing while in jail, Rahab hiding spies, Jos ...
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San Francisco is trying to become the 4th city to take both the Super Bowl and the World Series in the same year. New York did it in 69 with the Jets and Mets, Pittsburgh did it in 79 with the Steelers and Pirates, and Boston did it in 04 with the Patriots and Red Sox.-Richard
On December 27 in Baseball history... 1919 - One day after secretly working out a deal with the Yankees to sell Babe Ruth to the Yankees, Red Sox owner Harry Frazee announces that Boston will deal any player except Harry Hooper. Hooper will be sent to the White Sox after the 1920 season. 1981 - Fernando Valenzuela becomes the fifth Los Angeles Dodger to become Southern California Athlete of the Year honors. It winds up an autumn of awards for Valenzuela, who won both the Cy Young and Rookie of the Year awards -- the first NL pitcher to do so -- and also earned a World Series ring with the Dodgers. 1984 - Free agent pitcher Ed Whitson, who went 14-8 for the NL champion Padres, begins a nightmarish association with the Yankees by signing a five-year $4.4 million contract. By the middle of his second year with the club, he gets so rattled in New York that he can only pitch on the road. The Yankees ship him back to San Diego, where he has four solid years. 1994 - The Chiba Lotte Marines announced that Julio F ...
According to ESPN Boston's Gordon Edes, the Red Sox are still interested in free agent Nick Swisher. The Red Sox have already committed $78 million to Shane Victorino and Mike Napoli but are prepared to spend more. They've even been linked in recent weeks to Josh Hamilton. Swisher, 32, is also drawing interest from the Giants, Yankees, Mariners and Indians. He batted .272/.364/.473 with 24 home runs and 93 RBI in 148 games this past season for New York.
From small town Anderson, South Carolina to the halls of Cooperstown, New York, the baseball life of Red Sox great Jim Rice is chronicled
Things that make me go hm... 1. Yankee haters who claim to root for baseball, gloat over the Yanks' loss last night and don't even mention Justin Verlander. Pathetic. I respect Tiger fans. I respect Oriole fans. I respect Met fans. I even respect Red Sox fans. I do not respect Yankee haters. 2. People who can't seem to make up their minds about A-Rod. He put himself in this situation by not only failing to hit, but by looking absolutely dreadful doing so. As did the other Yankees in the lineup. 3. More people forgetting how this Yankee team is not like many others in that they played through a lot of adversity and somehow got here. When they went up 3-0 against the Red Sox in '04, even hardcore Yankee fans didn't think the Sox would roll over and die, and they certainly didn't. I can't believe these guys will either. 4. Phil Coke getting some vindication after getting blasted out of New York by the Phillies in 2009. Perfect hater fodder that sails right over their heads. Too busy bashing John Sterling. E ...
In other news Detroit is kicking the Yankees backside which makes this Red Sox fan quite enthused. Not to mention the fact that a starting pitcher on Detroit's roster is from the city that I live in.Doug Fister. So am I content? yes, happy? yes. Wish the Red Sox were there in lieu of New York...Fagget it about it, Wicked respect to the Red Sox and the people of New England...btw sorry about the earthquake we let out of California today.. We didn't mean to let it go but it bolted on us, had a nice run all the way out to Maine. Please, and I repeat Please, do not feel the need to repay us with a Noreaster sent from New England to California. God Bless you all
October 15, 1912: Italian and Turkish delegates signed a preliminary peace agreement in Switzerland at Ouchy, with the Italian fleet immediately being recalled from the Aegean Sea and Turkish troops withdrawing three days later from Libya. Turkey declined to reply to the note from the three Balkan states. Turkish troops bombarded Kriva, Bulgaria. Game 7: 1912 World Series, @ Fenway Park, Boston Smokey Joe Wood, who had pitched and won Games 1 and 4 for the Red Sox, started Game 7 with a chance to win a championship for Boston. However, in a replay of Game 6, the Giants blew the game open in the first inning. Seven of the first nine Giants batters reached base, and six of them scored. Wood faced ten batters, threw them only thirteen pitches, and retired only one of them, with the first out coming on a sacrifice and the third when Tesreau was caught stealing second. New York cruised from there, winning the only truly lopsided game of the series 11–4. This game featured two "bounce" home runs, one from Gar ...
Bobby Thomson hits the Shot Heard 'Round the World in '51. Dusty Rhodes is the pinch-hitting hero in the '54 World Series. Willie Mays makes the Catch in the same Series. Joe Namath guarantees a victory in '69. Reggie hits three in '77. But what Raul Ibanez has done--first on September 22nd against the A's in a miraculous 14-inning game, then in the final regular season weekend against the Red Sox (game-tying home run; walk-off single), and tonight a game-tying home run and a game-winning home run in the playoffs might make him the biggest short-term hero in New York Sports History. Tonight was like a freakin' movie, but better!
To Red Sox Nation: Don Baylor, Jim Tracey, Lou Pinella are available for the right deal , ( Pinella is really looking to come back to New York) , The Sox can offer the cash, the fans, the environment, not sure about the talent over the long haul... We'll have to see ...
Miami Redhawks plays at Cincy tomorrow night and I expect an execution but hope to be wrong. Our QB, Zac Dysert is the best we've had since Roethlisberger, but he has no running game and our defense resembles a matador allowing the bull to pass by. Northwestern plays Penn State and I am hoping Emily's team ends the day 5-0. I can't believe I follow the purple team as close as I do. My daughter has twisted me up. But never, no matter what, will I ever root for the second baseball team she roots for, that OTHER New York team NOT in the National League. I think they are called the Highlanders or something like that. My backup team to the mets is the Red Sox. Not sure what that says about me, but nothing good of that I am certain. I hated the Reds back in the days of the Big Red Machine and pissy Pete Rose, but I actually like this team and hope they go far. That's the kiss of death, so expect a short series for them. Also, please join me in hating on Urban Meyers and his OSU thugs. I only root for one Ohio f ...
I just read an article in the Boston Globe this morning that says Bobby Valentine crashed his bicycle in New York's Central Park...go figure, the way the Red Sox season has gone this year. And what might you ask caused Bobby to crash? He was texting Dustin Pedroia of course.fortunately, he is OK, but I think his days as Red Sox Manager are numbered!
A New York writer said on WFAN this morning that Valentine WILL return for the 2013 season and Jason Varitek will become manager in 2014 after spending a year in the front office. The writer said the Red Sox do not expect to contend next year so there is no point to firing Valentine now.
A collection of Red Sox-centric links including stories on David Ortiz's impending free agency, Pedro Ciriaco's season against New York, and the 2013 MLB schedule.
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Tuesday was a bad day all around for the Yankees and even after the game, Fenway Park was full of drama. After losing to the Red Sox, New York saw its one-game lead in the division vanish, thanks to a victory by the Baltimore Orioles over Tampa Bay. As if that wasn't enough, the team ran into some t...
Red Sox beat the Yankees in the bottom of the 9th 4-3...Happy Birthday Jacoby Ellsbury! It's always a good day when they beat New York!
Red Sox just started their game in Seattle. Season just about over for Boston...as they limp towards the finish line. The real story is the Yankees blowing a 10 game lead over Baltimore. They are at this moment tied for the lead in the American League East. That is something to celebrate about...for all us Yankee haters. I would love to see Baltimore win the Eastern Division. There is a Mainer Playing 3rd base for Baltimore that us Mainers can root for. For us Boston Fans...there's always next season. Now we have Football season starting soon with the Dallas Cowboys at New York playing the Giants Wednesday Night.I am a Cowboys Fan.and Our New England Patriots play on Sunday...And a reminder that Hockey pre-season starting in about 3 weeks. There will be so much going on in sports that we will kinda put the Red Sox on the back burner and they will fade away till spring 2013. Enjoy the rest of your evening.
Ya' gotta love baseball and its unpredictability. Tonight, the Kiddie Krew of the Colorado Rockies, whose roster is full of call-ups and youngsters to fill the spots vacated by the 10 or so regulars either on the Disabled List or on rehab assignments, blasted the Los Angeles Dodger-Red Sox, who have been trying to imitate the Evil Empire in New York, 10-0 with a 7-run 8th inning.
Just got back from the big lights of New York. What a city:) We took in as many highlights as our bodies would allow. Many adventures were had on the streets and subway. Got lost in Central Park (more than once), watched Lion King on Broadway (amazing), made it in to a taping of the David Letterman Show and ended our trip with a visit to Yankee Stadium to watch the "Bronx Bombers" take on the Red Sox. It is the "City that never Sleeps" so we need to do some catching up on our z's
Ready or not, Daniel Bard will re-join the Red Sox. At this point, it's just a matter of when, not if. Despite Bard's string of shaky appearances –– he's walked 12 batters in his last six outings –– Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington told reporters in New York that Bard would be promoted sometim...
Red Sox president Larry Lucchino, who the day before left no doubt manager Bobby Valentine would survive the rest of the season in Boston, on Friday d
"Someone had to get angry, and that someone is me. This man makes one stupid remark after another...this guy just isn't bright." - Rudy Giuliani, regarding Joe Biden Also said by Rudy: "Thank GOD we have George W Bush in the White House." -- the day after 9-11 "We don't all agree on everything. I don't agree with myself on everything." “There have been no domestic attacks during George W. Bush's presidency." I'm probably one of the four or five best known Americans in the world." "I'm rooting for the Red Sox. I'm an American League fan and I go with the American League team." --on the 2007 World Series, committing blasphemy for a so-called Yankee die-hard "It wouldn't quite be fair to say September 11, like, made my career." "I do know a lot about intensive questioning and intensive questioning techniques. ... Now, intensive questioning works. If I didn't use intensive questioning, there would be a lot of mafia guys running around New York right now and crime would be a lot higher in New York than it is ...
Real Housewives of Boston: Why the Red Sox are the cattiest team in baseball I have been greatly enjoying the season-long meltdown of the Boston Red Sox. As if last year's fried chicken and beer brigade (and September collapse!) weren't fun enough, this season has had all sorts of schadenfreude for those of us in Yankeeland. Now things have gotten even more ridiculous for the Real Housewives of Boston -- because, frankly, that's what these ballplayers most resemble. The Sox fight like a bunch of mean girls, complete with snide little asides. Good grief. The latest story is from Yahoo! Sports: Jeff Passan reports that Adrian Gonzalez sent a text message to the team's owners, whining about Valentine leaving Jon Lester in to get shelled in a July game. So, instead of Red Sox's ownership telling him where to go with his complaints, ownership agreed to the meeting, which apparently had as many as 17 players. Oh, the meeting was at the Palace Hotel in New York, just before the Yankees series. Way to prioritize ...
Red Sox principal owner John Henry responded Wednesday to a Yahoo! Sports story that ran Tuesday reporting that Red Sox players had tried to get manager Bobby Valentine fired. The Yahoo! report detailed a reported meeting between ownership and players in July in New York in which players "blasted" V...
It’s my understanding the the proposed 2013 schedule has the Giants visiting the new Yankee Stadium for the first time. The Giants would spend an entire week in New York in September and play the Mets and Yankees. Also, the Red Sox would bring their fun, disfunctional family to San Francisco.
Boston Red Sox players blasted manager Bobby Valentine to owners John Henry and Larry Lucchino during a heated meeting called after a text message was sent by a group of frustrated players to the team and ownership in late July, three sources familiar with the meeting told Yahoo! Sports. The owners called the meeting for Boston's off-day in New York on July 26 after first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, texting on behalf of himself and some teammates, aired their dissatisfaction with Valentine for embarrassing starting pitcher Jon Lester by leaving him in to allow 11 runs during a July 22 start. It was the latest incident in a season's worth of bad relations bubbling between Red Sox players and Valentine. Gonzalez and Dustin Pedroia were among the most vocal in the meeting, in which some players stated flatly they no longer wanted to play for Valentine, the sources said. The tenor of the 2 p.m. meeting at The Palace Hotel in New York turned ugly almost immediately, according to the sources, whom Yahoo! Sports gr ...
On the final day of the Yankees series in New York, Adrian Gonzalez relayed a powerful statement, claiming the Red Sox understood they were embarking on a two-month excursion into "playoff baseball."
Huge win from the Red Sox tonight against the Yankees. They need to win tomorrow's game against New York to get back to .500. It was a lot to handle, but they pulled it out 8-6. I was excited and laughing at the same time when Curtis Granderson fell down when he missed the fly ball. We need as many wins as we can get at this point in the season and even though Jon Lester was okay, the starting pitching needs to STEP UP!
Jon Lester will take the mound for the Red Sox against the Yankees for the second time this season on Saturday afternoon, going up against New York lefty CC Sabathia.
In a surprise move after tonight's 10-3 loss in New York, Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine announced that pitcher Tim Wakefield would be starting Saturday afternoon's game against the Yankees in place of beleaguered lefty Jon Lester. "Wake has been working out with Phil Neikro for the past several weeks, and the ball is really dancing," said Valentine of the right-handed knuckleballer, who retired during spring training but was contacted by Boston management last month and told to prepare himself for possible activation. "We think Tim may be able to give us just the boost we need." Lester, who is 5-8 with a 5.46 ERA this season, was told of the decision earlier in the week and sworn to secrecy. Lester allowed a career-worst 11 earned runs in four-plus innings during his last start Sunday against Toronto, and has been working with a hypnotist and former Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek this week in private indoor sessions at Newton North High School. Lester could not be reached for comment. The Red Sox, 49-51 ...
Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine told reporters in Texas after his team's 9-1 loss against the Rangers that left-hander Jon Lester will make his next scheduled start against the Yankees in New York this weekend.
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On Dennis & Callahan show Mitch Williams was on talking about the Red Sox pitching troubles. The best quote from him was "Baseball isn't a social event on the east coast. If you can't handle the pressure; don't play in Philly, Boston, or New York. For the fans there it's a way of life"
Manager Bobby Valentine spoke with his struggling starter Jon Lester before Monday night's game against the Rangers because the Red Sox want to formulate a plan to revive the left-hander.There was some question whether Valentine would skip Lester in his next scheduled start, but the manager said after Monday's 9-1 loss that Lester would start against the Yankees on Saturday in New York."We've got a proactive plan," Valentine said. "He's going to throw Wednesday, maybe to a couple of hitters and get a feel for a couple of his pitches. He says he feels great and is throwing the ball as well as he has in a couple of years. We've just got to get him to a point where his good stuff is getting hitters out and he says he's ready to do that."Valentine had earlier said that he and his ace pitcher had "to talk and figure it out. We're not solving the world corn crisis."
On This Day In Baseball History: 1903 - In a doubleheader with New York, Cy Young wins the opener, 6 - 1, in a match that takes one hour, 35 minutes. New York wins the nitecap, 4 - 2. 1915 - Jack Ness of Oakland (Pacific Coast League) has his 49-game hitting streak stopped. He bats .440 in the longest streak thus far in organized baseball. 1922 - The Yankees start planning for the World Series when they pick up 3B Joe Dugan and one-time Cleveland World Series hero Elmer Smith from Boston, giving up OF Elmer Miller, SS Chick Fewster, SS Johnny Mitchell, and, later, P Lefty O'Doul. The contending Browns and other western clubs howl in protest and this deal will lead to a rule barring non-waiver trades after June 15th. 1925 - The A's move back into first with a 5 - 4 win over the Red Sox and an assist from Lou Gehrig, who hits the first of his Major League-record 23 grand slams to beat Firpo Marberry and the Senators, 11 - 7. 1926 - Detroit and Washington take the unheard of time of two hours and 40 minutes ...
Coop and I are hitting Pittsburgh, Baltimore and New York for baseball games on our drive to Rhode Island next week. Psyched for Red Sox vs. Yankees at Yankee Stadium!!!
Mets' Rumors The Mets are interested in Rockies catcher Ramon Hernandez, but New York officials aren’t willing to offer significant prospects to complete a trade, the New York Post reported yesterday. The Mets have shown a willingness to take on most, but not all, of Hernandez’s annual $3.2MM salary for 2012 and 2013 once the catcher comes off of the Disabled List, Joel Sherman of the Post reports today. The Rockies really like Mets minor leaguers Matt Den Dekker and Josh Edgin and they also have interest in prospects Wilfredo Tovar, Jacob deGrom and Domingo Tapia, Sherman writes. The Rockies have suggested the Mets might want to expand discussions to include left-handed reliever Matt Reynolds, but the Mets aren’t interested, according to Sherman. Joel Sherman noted yesterday that the Mets also have interest in Kelly Shoppach of the Red Sox and Miguel Olivo of the Mariners
Jon Lester struggles as Yankees beat Red Sox: Boston Red Sox's Cody Ross, left, advances on an error by New York...
As if the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry weren't intense enough, a war of words is heating up between New York first baseman Mark Teixeira and Boston reliever Vicente Padilla.
BOSTON — Mark Teixeira hit a two-run single in the Yankees’ five-run first inning and a two-run triple in the seventh to give them the lead for good on Friday night as New York beat the Boston Red Sox 10-8. Alex Rodriguez had three hits and Curtis Granderson scored three ...
Just got back from a short, but great, trip to Baaahston (a/k/a Boston) and New York City. Spent some time with a few franchisees and saw a little baseball. Monday night it was Red Sox vs Blue Jays at Fenway Pahhk and Tuesday night was Yankees vs Indians at Yankee Stadium. Two great cities ... if I had to choose ... I think I'd have to go with NYC. What a place! Thanks for the invitation Mike Silverstein and for letting us join you and your team. It was an awesome day and night. Paul Pierce thanks for all the hospitality and showing us Boston. I'm hoping to bring Dana with me the next time.
Today is Saturday, June 23, 2012 Today in Sports History 1904 - The first American motorboat race took place on the Hudson River in New York. 1917 - Ernie Shore (Boston Red Sox) replaced Babe Ruth and retired all 26 batters he faced. Ruth had been ejected from the game. 1917 - Molla Bjurstedt won the women's U.S. Lawn Tennis Association title for the third straight year. 1922 - Johnny Weissmuller broke his own world records in the 300, 400, 440 and 500 meters in a swim meet in Honolulu, Hawaii. 1972 - U.S. President Nixon signed the Higher Education Act of 1972. Title IX of this congressional act barred sex bias in athletics and other activities at colleges receiving federal assistance. 1991 - A Mazda became the first Japanese car to win the Le Mans 24 hour race. 1996 - Michael Johnson broke the world record for the men's 200 meter race. He ran it in 19.66 seconds.
Has anyone seen Dr. Harry Balsak? I heard he was going to a Red Sox game tonight, and i am looking for him. I heard he was traveling to New York to visit the Rc, Rick Wright in about 3 weeks, but have not been able to contact him. Can you help?
Oh, the life of a 10-week old. So far she has been in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. On Thursday, she will add New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. And to top it off, next week add Mass., with a stop at Fenway Park in Boston to see the Red Sox play the Tigers.
As one of the games most promising young pitchers, Babe Ruth had led the Boston Red Sox to World Series titles in 1915, 1916 and 1918. Ruth's pitching mark was 89-46 with the Sox, but his booming bat was too loud to be heard only every four days. Red Sox manager Ed Barrow, at the suggestion of outfi...
Today In Baseball History: 1915 Pirates player-manager Fred Clarke files for the patent for flip down sunglasses that have been designed to be used in the outfield. In addition to the sunglasses, which the future Hall Of Famer believes are "good for motorist, too", also creates and will be issued patents for a sliding pad and a mechanical method of positioning the tarpaulin. 1929 At Yankee Stadium, a 17-year old college sophomore and a sixty-year old truck driver are trampled to death when a torrential downpour causes the overcapacity crowd in the right field bleachers, known as Ruthville, to stampede in an effort to seek cover. Too many fans try to exit at once when the sudden cloudburst makes it obvious the contest will be called with New York ahead of the Red Sox, 3-0, at the end of four and half innings making it an official game. 1941 Lefty Grove wins his 20th consecutive game at Fenway Park, the longest home-park streak in the big leagues. The southpaw starter establishes the new record when the ...
LET'S GO HAWKS! LET'S GO HAWKS! I very much dislike every single Boston and New York team! Put the peace sign up, and then your index down to the Celtics, Knicks, Jets, Giants, Patriots, Red Sox, Yankees, and the Mets! Tonight it's all about shutting the Celtics and all the Media up! Bring them Lucky Charms back to Atlanta for Game 7 and let's shock the world! Let's Go HAWKS!
The lumbering designated hitter's three-run shot in the eighth inning Tuesday night boosted the Kansas City Royals a 6-4 victory over the Red Sox, putting them in position to finish a seven-game homestand against Boston and the New York Yankees with a winning record. [POBRECITTOS DE LAS MEDIAS ROTAS]
DALLAS (AP) The baseball that rolled through the legs of Boston Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner in the 1986 World Series was sold at auction Friday for $418,250. Heritage Auctions said the ball was sold to a buyer who wished to remain anonymous. The sale price includes the buyer's premium. Buckner hit .289 with 2,715 hits in 22 years and had more than 100 RBIs in two of his three full seasons with the Red Sox. But he is remembered by most for his error at Shea Stadium that night when Mookie Wilson's grounder rolled through his legs, allowing the New York Mets to cap a two-out rally in Game 6 with a victory in the 10th inning. The Mets went on to win the series and Boston's championship drought that dated to 1918 last another 18 years, until 2004.
Really happy that New York Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera will be returning to pitch next season after suffering a torn ACL yesterday shagging fly balls in Kaufman Stadium. Even as a Red Sox fan i have a lot of respect for what Rivera has accomplished in his career (and plus how could you not love the tip of the cap he gave Red Sox fans when they gave him a teasing standing ovation at Fenway Park). Hope he has good luck with his surgery,and a speedy recovery. C-ya in 2013 Mo
Big Papi: New York state of mind. Red Sox star David Ortiz is tired of getting booed by Yankees fans and decides to win the city over, one person at a time
I hate New York because of them Dam Yankees but come on Knicks. The only thing worse than the Yankees is that no ring Queen James! Go Red Sox!!!
Tuesday night when the Yankees face the Rangers, 2 Japanese starting pitchers will face off against each other with Yu Darvish for Texas and Hiroki Kuroda for New York. This marks the first time since 2009 that two Japanese pitchers have faced off in an MLB game when Kenshin Kawakami for the Braves and Daisuke Matsuzaka for the Red Sox took the mound agaist each other in Boston and Kawakami took the win against the Red Sox that day. This will only be the 6th time ever in MLB history that 2 Japanese pitchers have opposed each other in an MLB game.
Chavez hits 2 HRs, Yanks top Red Sox 6-2: Nick Swisher and Russell Martin also connected for New York, and Derek...
100 years ago today, President Kennedy's grandfather, "Honey Fitz" threw out the first pitch to open Fenway Park in Boston. Fenway has been the home to some of the greatest memories in baseball--The "Bambino Curse", the Ted Williams era, the Carlton Fisk home run, Bill Buckner "kicking the ball and losing the game", fights with the Yankees, and finally the recent World Series victories in 2004 and 2007. My father was a huge Red Sox fan and every year he would take us to see them play the Yankees in New York. In memory of my father, today I am a Red Sox Fan. For my Dad and Red Sox fans everywhere--this one's for you.Happy Birthday Fenway! Go Sox!
Happy Birthday goes out to Fenway Park. 100 years ago today had their 1st game.and wouldn't you know it, against New York! Every living Red Sox has been invited to the celebration. There will be a lot of greats there!
TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY: 1923 In front of over 72,000 fans, Yankee Stadium opens with Babe Ruth hitting the park's first home run, two-run homer off Red Sox hurler Howard Ehmke, which helps beat Boston, 4-1. The new $2.5 million ballpark is the first to feature three decks. 1929 The Yankees become the second team to wear numbers on uniforms when their Opening Day game postponed is by rain, givng the Indians the distinction of being first to don the digits. New York's numbers are assigned based on the order in the lineup thus Earle Combs wore Mark Koenig Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Bob Meusel Tony Lazzeri Leo Durocher Johnny Grabowski Benny Bengough and Bill Dickey (8-10 are all catchers) rounding out the starting line-up. 1939 Red Barber calls the action in the first regular-season Dodger game ever to be broadcast in Brooklyn, a 7-3 loss to New York. 1947 On-deck batter George Shuba shakes Jackie Robinson’s hand as the rookie crosses home plate after hitting his first Major League home run. The gesture beco ...
April 18 in history: 1775 Paul Revere began his ride from Charlestown to Lexington, Mass., warning American colonists that the British were coming. 1906 San Francisco earthquake kills 3,000. 1923 The first baseball game was played at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, with New York beating the Boston Red Sox 4-1. 1942 An air squadron led by Lt. Col. James H. Doolittle raided Tokyo and other Japanese cities. 1946 The League of Nations went out of business. 1949 The Irish Republic was proclaimed. 1955 Physicist Albert Einstein died at age 76. 1956 Actress Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier of Monaco. 1978 The U.S. Senate voted 68-32 to turn the Panama Canal over to Panamanian control in 1999. 1983 A suicide bomber killed 63 people, including 17 Americans, at the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon. 1989 Thousands of Chinese students demanding democracy tried to storm Communist Party headquarters in Beijing. 1999 Wayne Gretzky, the National Hockey League's all-time leading scorer, played his last professional game, at ...
The Evil Empire has fallen and the Yankees have lost, Steinbrenner, it seems, cannot afford the cost. All their millions could not buy an ALCS win, Now the Yankees have lost; let the celebrations begin! The stage was set for an ALCS sweep, Unfortunately, the bullpen would not go that deep. What happened to A-Rod; he went 0-4? Jeter got a hit, couldn't he get a few more? Too bad that Kevin Brown had to punch a wall. He was pulled after two, with no command of the ball. A grand slam by Damon brought a tear to my eye, It felt like the heavens had fallen from the sky. Bellhorn was clutch, he had a pitch to hit, too, He skied it to right, and the Yankees' fans booed. Big Papi's the man, he got another home run, D. Lowe was perfect; New York fans were stunned. The Yankees' pitchers did not live up to their stats. They didn't have enough for the Red Sox bats. The Bronx Bombers efforts just weren't enough, Red Sox Nation is just too tough. Down 0-3, history was made, The Sox stood strong, they were not afraid. Wa ...
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Fenway Park plays "Sweet Caroline" at every Red Sox game. New York sports teams did that first and better.
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