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Boston Red Sox great Bobby Doerr, the oldest living ex-MLB player, dead at 99

Doerr, who was the Blue Jays’ batting coach in 1980, had a.288 lifetime average and helped the Red Sox to the 1946 World Series.

Bobby Doerr, 99, Hall of Fame Red Sox Second Baseman, Is Dead

5 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

An immensely popular player during his 14 seasons with Boston, he had been the oldest living former major leaguer.

Bobby Doerr dies at 99, second baseman for and 'silent captain' of Boston Red Sox in 1940s

Bobby Doerr played for years alongside Boston Red Sox greats Ted Williams, Johnny Pesky and Dom DiMaggio, and while Williams was the era’s dominant hitter and Pesky and DiMaggio captured the hearts of Boston’s fans, the steady, genial Doerr was the glue that held the 1940s team together as it revived...

Boston Red Sox: Potential MLB Free Agency Targets [Opinion]

The MLB offseason is upon us and there are quite a few high-caliber players about to hit the free agency market. Looking ahead at the upcoming free agency period, the Boston Red Sox could become major players. Following a 2017 season...Show More Summary

Red Sox OF Mookie Betts bowls a perfect game at the World Series of Bowling

Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts is one of the best young players in the sport, but in case this whole baseball thing doesn’t work out he might have a decent fallback option. Betts bowled a perfect 300 game at the World Series of Bowling in Reno, Nev. Show More Summary

MLB Rumors: Red Sox Interested In Royals’ Eric Hosmer & Free Agent J.D. Martinez

Now that the MLB offseason has officially started, the Boston Red Sox are part of the latest MLB rumors as they look to improve their roster. Two particular players’ names that have popped up as potential additions to the team are the Detroit Tigers’ J.D. Show More Summary

Red Sox hire former interim hitting coach for permanent role three years later

Tim Hyers had served as L.A.'s assistant hitting coach last year but has a history in Boston

Boston Red Sox: Should Giancarlo Stanton Be A Trade Target? [Opinion]

The Boston Red Sox are heading into the MLB offseason looking to bolster their championship hopes for the 2018 MLB season. They are also looking to make a move or two in order to stay ahead of the up-and-coming New York Yankees in the...Show More Summary

Boston Red Sox Could Pursue A Trade For Bryce Harper?

The MLB offseason is coming up quickly and the Boston Red Sox are looking to make some big moves to get back to the top of the American League. There are a few needs that the Red Sox will have to focus on this offseason, but they could...Show More Summary

Boston Red Sox: Jake Arrieta Should Be A Free Agency Target [Opinion]

The Boston Red Sox are heading into the offseason with very few needs after an impressive 2017 campaign. There are a few additions that the Sox could make to have a better chance at contending for a World Series in 2018, with a couple...Show More Summary

Today in History for October 27th

3 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

The Federalist Papers published in New York City; President Theodore Roosevelt is born; Egypian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin win Nobel Peace Prize; Boston Red Sox win their first World Series since 1918. (Oct. 27)        

MLB notes: Red Sox hire Alex Cora to be their next manager

4 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The Boston Red Sox hired Houston Astros bench coach Alex Cora to be their new manager on Sunday, turning to a player from their 2007 World Series championship roster to help the team out of its current playoff slump. The Red Sox announced the hire on Sunday, a day after Cora's Astros eliminated...

Boston Red Sox close in on Alex Cora as new manager

Multiple reports say Astros bench coach will take over in Boston, although the Washington Nationals are interested after axing Dusty Baker,

Alex Cora to be Red Sox manager as Mets have one less candidate

last monthNews : NY Daily News

The Mets have one less managerial candidate: Alex Cora will reportedly be Boston’s next skipper.

David Ortiz Predicts World Series Matchup, No Love For Yankees

David Ortiz says he's got a great idea which teams are gonna end up in the World Series... and in true Red Sox fashion, he's showing no love for the Bronx Bombers. TMZ Sports spoke with the Boston legend and current FS1 analyst at Mastro's in…

This day in baseball history — Gibson gets it done on the mound and at the plate

(Paul Mirengoff) On October 12, 1967, the St. Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox met at Fenway Park in Game 7 of the World Series. Bob Gibson, winner of Games 1 and 4, both complete games and one of them a shutout, was on the mound for St. Louis. Boston countered with Jim Lonborg, winner of Games 2 and 5, both complete games and one of them a shutout. The difference

This day in baseball history — Boston evens it up

(Paul Mirengoff) The 1967 World Series resumed in Boston on October 11. The Red Sox were down three games to two. Thus, they needed to beat the Cardinals back-to-back. As Bosox manager Dick Williams reminded the media, his team had prevailed facing the same situation when they played a two-game set with Minnesota at the end of regular season. Show More Summary

Sure Looks Like This Cubs Coach Was Caught Using An Apple Watch In The Dugout (VIDEO)

You may be asking yourself…Why is this a big deal?? Well, it was just last month when the Boston Red Sox were caught using one to steal signs from the New York Yankees, and now the Cubs might be in that exact same boat. During Game 4 at Wrigley Field against the Washington Nationals, cameras caught […]

Red Sox fire John Farrell as manager after second straight ALDS defeat

The Boston Red Sox fired manager John Farrell on Wednesday after the team's second straight loss in the AL Division Series. The Red Sox announced the move less than 48 hours after they were eliminated from the playoffs with a 5-4 loss to the Houston Astros. Farrell's contract had been scheduled...

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