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Forrester's Customer Experience Index, Spring 2015: The Start of A Whole New Ballgame

By Megan Burns One week ago today we Bostonians enjoyed a picture-perfect opening day at Fenway Park. The sun was shining, temps finally warmed up after an abysmal winter, opening ceremonies paid tribute to local heroes like the Richard and Frates families, and our beloved Red Sox beat the Washington Nationals 9-4. What I love about opening day at [...]

What Meb Keflezighi Did at the Boston Marathon Finish Line Proves Why He'll Always Be a Champion

It's been a tremendous year for last year's winner of the Boston Marathon, Meb Keflezighi. From throwing the first pitch at Fenway Park to being invited to the White House, it's safe to say that he has become a superstar in the running community. Show More Summary

Today in Media History: Reporters covered the first official Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park

April 20, 1912 was a big day for sports news when the Boston Red Sox officially opened Fenway Park. They beat the New York Highlanders, who would later be named the New York Yankees, 7-6. Here is a story excerpt and headline from the...Show More Summary

Angels' Garrett Richards looks physically sound in return from injury

As Garrett Richards stood on the mound in Minute Maid Park and prepared to deliver his first pitch of the season Sunday, he did not flash back to that ugly August night in Fenway Park, when he blew out his left knee, or to any point during the nine months of grueling rehabilitation it took to get...

Hanley Ramirez hit a ball so hard it left a hole in Fenway Park's fence

Now that's some serious strength. Your browser does not support iframes. Sadly, there's no footage of him actually creating the hole (it happened in batting practice), but the story is awesome and that divot is mightily impressive. LET THE BOSTON LEGEND OF THE HANLEYHOLE BEGIN. #hanleyhole

Nationals make most of opportunities, beat Cole Hamels and Phillies, 5-2

The Washington Nationals hitters had broken out of their opening-week stupor by the time they returned Thursday night to Nationals Park. They had 17 runs in their past two games at hitter-friendly Fenway Park, although the pitchers Boston...Show More Summary

World's Coolest Jobs: How Fenway Park's Organist Strikes A Chord With Fans

Josh Kantor uses a background in improv and indie rock to go way beyond "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" when the Red Sox play at home. When you think about who plays the organ during games at Boston's historic Fenway Park, you might imagine...Show More Summary

Accidental Apple Pay triggers: When iPhone and NFC don't get along

I love Apple Pay, but I wish it wouldn't automatically trigger for every NFC chip everywhere. On Wednesday, I spent a lovely afternoon with my aunt, uncle, and gentleman friend at Fenway Park in Boston to see the Red Sox. (Unfortunately,...Show More Summary

How the 2015 Red Sox plan to play like the 2013 World Series champs, but better

BOSTON — In the bottom of the third inning of Tuesday night’s game at Fenway Park, David Ortiz, the iconic embodiment of the Boston Red Sox, dug in to face Stephen Strasburg, the Washington Nationals’ would-be ace of a right-hander. Strasburg started Ortiz with a curveball, and Ortiz studied it, a called strike. Show More Summary

DC Sports Bog: Throwback Thursday: Jackie Robinson breaks the color barrier

As 26-year-old Nationals pitcher Taylor Jordan walked out of Fenway Park Wednesday afternoon, he did so in a grey Nationals jersey that bore No. 42. He had been called up the night before and hadn’t had time to retrieve a suit before...Show More Summary

DC Sports Bog: One Nats fan left a Maneki-Neko cat on the Green Monster, for good luck

The second week of the season is a little early for good-omen hail Marys from a panicked fan base, but here we are.And so not one by two Nats fans brought totems to Fenway Park on Wednesday. First up was Reader Jake, who happened toShow More Summary

Nats Journal: Nationals vs. Red Sox discussion thread: Game 8

The Nationals are back at it with a strange 6:05 p.m. start at Fenway Park. Stephen Strasburg will oppose fellow San Diego State product Justin Masterson, his first start since a less-than-stellar season debut against the Mets last Thursday.Read full article >>

Boston Red Sox Injuries: Rusney Castillo To DL, Xander Bogaerts To Get MRI — And That’s Not All

The Boston Red Sox are off to a fast start in the 2015 MLB season, coming into Tuesday’s game at Fenway Park against the Washington Nationals at 5-2, with an early lead in the American League East Division and tied for the third-best record in the Majors. Show More Summary

Lark Hotels Rolls Out Three New England Properties This Spring

It?s official. Spring has come to New England. Yesterday was opening day at Fenway Park, and three new properties from Lark Hotels ? a boutique regional brand ? now have opening dates. Score!

Washington Nationals vs. Boston Red Sox Betting Preview, Matchup Odds

Two of the early favorites to win the 2015 World Series will meet again at Fenway Park on Tuesday in the second game of a three-game interleague series between the visiting Washington Nationals and the host Boston Red Sox. The Nationals...Show More Summary

Opening Day at Fenway Park 2015

With sunny skies and mild temperatures the Red Sox kicked off Opening Day at Fenway Park against the Washington Nationals. Coming off a last place finish in the AL East, the Sox are looking for a turnaround year. -- By Lloyd YoungThe scene on Lansdowne Street at the start of Opening Day at Fenway Park. (Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)

Tom Brady tosses terrible first pitch at Fenway Park

New England quarterback Tom Brady throws a ball for a living, so you would think tossing out a first pitch at Fenway Park should be no big (...)

Red Sox Outfielder Mookie Betts Steals HR from Bryce Harper with Leaping Grab

The Washington Nationals and Boston Red Sox are underway on this lovely spring Monday at Fenway Park, and the game has effectively turned into the Mookie Betts Show. The Red Sox outfielder notched his first SportsCenter moment of the game after snagging a high Bryce Harper shot destined to drop in into Boston's bullpen. Show More Summary

Curbed Boston: On the Red Sox's Opening Day, Mapping the Construction Around Fenway Park

Rendering of the planned Fenway Point As the World's Drunkest Baseball FansTM stumble toward urban-farming pioneer Fenway Park for the Red Sox's season opener against the Nationals today, they may notice some of the construction going on around the tiny...

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