It may be time for Fenway Park to relinquish its claim to the notorious “green monster.” The real monster, it seems, has headed south to Brazil for some quality time at the pool, lending the water at the Rio Olympics aquatics centerShow More Summary
Boston Red Sox fans at Fenway Park made their voices heard on Tuesday and called for Alex Rodriguez to make one last appearance with a (...)
Alex Rodriguez was on the bench again for the second of the New York Yankees' three games at Fenway Park, and manager Joe Girardi will stay with his plan to start him Thursday and then in his finale at home the following night.
The Yankees can’t seem to resist sticking the knife in and twisting it on his way out the door.
Rick Porcello continued to dominate at Fenway Park with eight solid innings, Matt Barnes cleaned up a mess created by closer Craig Kimbrel and the Boston Red Sox held on to beat the New York Yankees 5-3 on Tuesday night.
The first 15,000 fans at Fenway Park on Tuesday were set to receive David Ortiz bobbleheads, honoring the Boston icon who will retire after this season. However, hours before a game against the Yankees, the Red Sox canceled the promotion after deeming the figurines “racially insensitive.” “I thought the bobbleheads were an inaccurate portrayal of David,” […]
Just mere hours before the hated rival New York Yankees were set to play at Fenway Park on Tuesday, Red Sox president Sam Kennedy decided to cancel the David Ortiz Bobblehead giveaway because it was deemed inaccurate and racially insensitive. “It was an inaccurate portrayal of David. It doesn’t really look like David,” Kennedy said. […]
Alex Rodriguez’s last full series will be played at Fenway Park. Will Red Sox fans send him off with the same venom they have directed at him in the past?
So, I went to the Pearl Jam show at Fenway Park again last night. I just couldn't help myself. I had such a good time on Friday evening that there was no way I was passing up an opportunity to see my all-time favorite band in my favorite MLB ballpark. Show More Summary
Last night during their set at Fenway Park in Boston, Pearl Jam brought out a Massachusetts guitar hero: Dinosaur Jr.’s J Mascis. They covered Neil Young’s “Rockin’ in the Free World”—a song Pearl Jam have performed many, many times (including their renditions with a newly reformed Sleater-Kinney and once with Arcade Fire’s Win Butler). Show More Summary
Pearl Jam played two shows at Boston’s Fenway Park over the weekend, and they were joined by Dinosaur Jr.’s J Mascis during last night’s performance. The local musician played guitar during a rendition of Neil Young’s “Rockin’ In The Free World.” Watch a fan-shot video below.
Plus, Tom Hamilton comes out for a cover of Aerosmith's "Draw the Line".
When one visits the great city of Boston, Fenway Park is most often at the top of the To Do list. Whether it be a visit to watch a Red Sox game, an official tour, or even just to walk around Lansdowne Street to look up at the Green Monster from the outside. Show More Summary
"Masters of War" also found its way into the setlist.
View from my seat on the third base line The Pearl Jam show at Fenway Park last night was an unreal experience. Looking back on it now I can't believe I nearly skipped out on this (I miraculously picked up a pair of tickets right from Fenway/Red Sox website for face value the day before the show). Show More Summary
Pearl Jam played a sold-out show at Boston’s Fenway Park last night, and they definitely showed Boston a little love. Pearl Jam shows usually boast a few covers on their setlists, and this time, Eddie Vedder and co. paid homage to hometown heroes Aerosmith with a rendition of “Draw The Line.” “That’s for Joe Perry,” […]
Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard is a proud and vocal fan of the Seattle Mariners; he’s immortalized Ichiro Suzuki through song and thrown out more than one first pitch. Nevertheless, you have to imagine that Gibbard would’ve been psyched to hear his own song echoing around America’s oldest baseball stadium. Josh Kantor, the […]
during the first inning at Fenway Park on July 23, 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts." style="display: block; margin-bottom: 5px; clear:both;" /> Tuesday, August 2 St. Louis Cardinals at Cincinnati Reds (FS1 7 pm) Justin Kutcher, CJ Nitkowski...Show More Summary