Red Sox slugger David Oritz closes out his regular season career this weekend at Fenway Park. Here’s a look back at some highlights from his 14-year career with the Red Sox. -- By Bill GreeneDavid Ortiz holds up a championship belt during a rolling rally on Boylston Street while celebrating a World Series victory in 2013. (Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)
The Boston Red Sox clinched the American League East on Wednesday night, but the best record in the American League is still up for grabs, which would mean home field advantage throughout the postseason. So a lot of Red Sox fans were hoping manager John Farrell would stick with the same lineup that recently won […]
Sometimes, you just have to shut down a heckler instead of ignoring him or her, especially when that heckler is pretty close to you in the (...)
John Farrell managed the Red Sox to an AL East title, but one fan still questioned the Red Sox skipper's choices.
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Last night’s game between the Red Sox and Yankees, the final game the two will play against each other this season, was fairly uneventful. David Ortiz got some cheers from the New York crowd, C.C. Sabathia pitched well, and John Farrell kept most of his stars off the field. Read more...
The Toronto Blue Jays are in a tight race for the American League wild card, and last night’s loss to the Orioles didn’t make things any easier. They are now facing a three-game series against the Red Sox, and need to hold off the Tigers and Mariners, who are 1.5 and two games back, respectively. Show More Summary
David Ortiz’s career at Yankee Stadium is finished. So are the Yankees’ 2016 postseason dreams.
The Yankees guaranteed themselves a winning season by beating Boston for with their 83rd victory, but lost any hopes of a wild-card berth when the Orioles topped the Blue Jays.
The Yankees held a brief pregame ceremony to honor Ortiz, who did as much as any player to even the once-lopsided rivalry between the Red Sox and the Yankees.
As the Ortiz era draws to a close, the Red Sox are poised for a long run of success after shrewd acquisitions. The Yankees will try to keep up.
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The Boston Red Sox may have lost Wednesday’s game against the New York Yankees, but they walked away with a bigger win: the American League East title. Wednesday’s game featured a three-run lead to the Red Sox going into the ninth inning. Show More Summary
David Ortiz’s final game at Yankee Stadium as a member of the Boston Red Sox is set for Thursday night, which may result in a (...)
You would think that Boston Red Sox fans at Fenway Park would know the difference between David Ortiz and some guy who just looks a little (75%?) like David Ortiz. But, never underestimate the ability of fans to delude themselves into thinking they’re in the presence of greatness. This guy was routinely stopped on the […]
Things got pretty crazy in the American League playoff race on Wednesday night. The Red Sox needed a win or a Blue Jays loss to wrap up the division title. Meanwhile the Orioles entered the night one game up on the Tigers for the second wild card spot, but two games behind the Blue Jays […]
When you do a live look-in on the division champs’ locker room, be wary of F-bombs.
Plenty of October baseball remains for retiring Boston Red Sox baseball legend David Ortiz. But the beloved “Big Papi” recently got another gig: going in disguise as a Lyft driver in Boston. He wore a silly wig and apparently went undetected...Show More Summary
The Red Sox clinch the last division title, but the wild-card races continue.
Fact: The Red Sox clinched the AL East on Wednesday night, winning their second division title in four years under John Farrell. Farrell becomes the first manager since Joe Morgan (1988, 1990) to win two division titles with the RedShow More Summary