A year ago, Rick Porcello was hearing nearly as many boos as cheers in Fenway Park.
NESN viewers who were watching Saturday’s Minnesota Twins-Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park got a little shock when they heard Jerry Remy on the broadcast for the first inning, only to be suddenly replaced by Steve Lyons in the second. For...Show More Summary
Red Sox TV analyst Jerry Remy was hit in the head by a falling TV monitor as swirling winds caused havoc during the first inning at Fenway Park.
David Ortiz hit a baseball so hard during a Boston Red Sox batting practice that the ball got stuck in a Fenway Park foul pole. But this is David Ortiz we're dealing with here, so that's only half the story. His explanation is evenShow More Summary
Boston Red Sox first baseman Hanley Ramirez sported a mere eight home runs during the entire 2016 campaign coming into Wednesday's game at Fenway Park against the San Francisco Giants, but he looked like a 50-homer presence in the lineup...Show More Summary
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski — “Gronk” to fans — found his way on stage during a Paul McCartney concert Sunday night at Boston’s Fenway Park, and stood next to the former Beatle playing air guitar during “Helter...
If you were looking for proof that Rob Gronkowski can use any generation’s music as a party soundtrack…here you go. Over the weekend, Paul McCartney played Fenway Park, and among other special guests (like the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir), Rob Gronkowski got on stage to show off his best air guitar moves during “Helter Skelter.” […]
As those who attended his infamous party cruise? can attest, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski's moves extend far beyond the gridiron.
Paul McCartney took to the stage at Fenway Park for a concert. He also had a jam session with New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and Grateful Dead legend Bob Weir. Fans were treated to watching Gronkowski as he played the air guitar alongside McCartney. Show More Summary
Happiness is a warm Gronk. Paul McCartney invited a MASSIVE guest onstage at his concert at Fenway Park on Sunday -- Rob Gronkowski -- and dude went insane!!! The Pats tight end completely ROCKED OUT during "Helter Skelter" -- we're talkin'…
The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and New England Patriots player Rob Gronkowski joined Paul McCartney onstage last night at Boston’s Fenway Park. The trio performed the Beatles’ “Helter Skelter,” as well as McCartney’s “One On One” and “Hi Hi Hi.” Gronkowski played air guitar for most of it; watch below.
If you asked Rob Gronkowski what his favorite Beatles song, what do you think it might be? Oh, that’s too easy: “Helter Skelter,” of course. And we swear we would have guessed that even before Gronk — yes, for real — introduced Sir Paul McCartney for his Sunday night show at Fenway Park. Show More Summary
Dead & Company’s two night run at Fenway Park made it perfectly clear that while John Mayer is in no way the heir to Jerry Garcia’s throne, the post-Jerry act may very well be the strongest Dead-related protect any of the surviving members have been apart of since Garcia’s passing over twenty years. Show More Summary
Members of The Beatles and Grateful Dead share the stage for the first time at Fenway Park.
It's another Gronk party! The Paul McCartney tour rolled through Boston on Sunday night and who better to join the former Beatle on stage than Rob Gronkowski. .@RobGronkowski joined @PaulMcCartney on stage at Fenway for "Helter Skelter"...Show More Summary
Rob Gronkowski joins Paul McCartney on stage at Fenway Park
On July 12th, 2013, Jason Aldean earned himself a little piece of history by becoming the first country artist to perform at Boston's famed Fenway Park, normally the home of the Red Sox. The singer's Night Train tour, named for his third full-length album, also included shows at Chicago's Wrigley...
Members of the Boston Police bomb squad demonstrate a robot named "Slick" during an active shooter drill at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. June 12, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder Micah Xavier Johnson ambushed police officersShow More Summary
Rick Porcello pitched seven strong innings to remain unbeaten in his Fenway Park starts this season, Xander Bogaerts homered and the Boston Red Sox sent the Tampa Bay Rays to their fifth straight loss, 4-1 on Saturday.
The Los Angeles Angels appropriately began the Fourth of July holiday weekend with a bang, defeating the Boston Red Sox 21-2 on Saturday at Fenway Park. Fox Sports: MLB might have discovered the source of Los Angeles' explosion: The bulk of the Angels' scoring came in the top of the seventh inning, when they dropped 11 runs on Boston. Show More Summary