As Bobby Valentine walked off the Fenway Park mound yesterday after making yet another pitching change, the crowd unleashed a loud, lusty chorus of boos. In that moment, I was struck by an odd feeling: anger. It was not directed towards Valentine, or even the long line of inept Sox relievers who had managed to turn a 9-1 lead into a 15-9 deficit in the span of just two innings.
The Tampa Bay Rays (36-33) and Boston Red Sox (42-29) will play the first game of a day-night doubleheader Tuesday at 1:05 p.m. EDT. The doubleheader will be the first of a three-game series at Fenway Park. Starting for the Rays Tue... Read Post
When Kevin Youkilis comes to bat at Fenway Park for the first time as a member of the Chicago White Sox on Monday night, Boston Red Sox fans are going to have to make a choice. To cheer or to boo. That is the question. It's been jus... Read Post