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This day in baseball history — a wild one in Boston

(Paul Mirengoff) To baseball fans of a certain age, 1967 will also be remembered for “The Impossible Dream” — the rise of the Boston Red Sox from ninth place in 1966 to first place the following season. In late April, though, I doubt anyone was having that dream. Show More Summary

Yankees vs. Red Sox odds 2017: Boston betting favorite in Tuesday series opener

The Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees renew their bitter rivalry Tuesday night at Fenway Park, with Rick Porcello facing Luis Severino. The home team is 7-0 straight up and 5-2 against the spread in the last seven games between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. Show More Summary

Red Sox' Matt Barnes banned for four games

Boston Red Sox pitcher Matt Barnes has been suspended four games and fined for throwing a fastball past the head of Baltimore star Manny Machado. The commissioner’s office issued the penalty Monday. The Red Sox are off and Barnes is appealing, meaning the reliever can continue to pitch until the...

MD: Light Rail's Promise Remains Unfulfilled, Except on Game Days

The light rail cars heading south toward Camden Yards were jammed with orange-clad fans -- and a few in red -- before the Orioles' game against the rival Boston Red Sox.

Boston Sports Radio Host Gets Into Heated Argument With Coworker Who Used Paternity Leave

last weekSports : Deadspin

Michael Felger, a radio host at Boston’s 98.5 The Sports Hub, has an issue with paternity leave. He’s griped about it before with Celtics player Al Horford and this week with Red Sox pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez. Felger recently went after his coworker, CBS Boston sportswriter Michael Hurley, whose wife had a kid. Hurley… Read more...

Mookie Betts Refuses To Strike Out

last weekSports : Deadspin

Mookie Betts, the Boston Red Sox’s star outfielder, hasn’t struck out since September 12 of last year. That’s a streak of 128 plate appearances without a K—the longest since Juan Pierre’s run of 147 whiff-free plate appearances in 2004, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Read more...

Your MLB announcing schedule for 4/17-23

Monday, April 17 Tampa Bay Rays at Boston Red Sox (MLBN 11 am) Local Broadcast Pittsburgh Pirates at St. Louis Cardinals (ESPN 7 pm) Dave Flemming, Eduardo Perez, Dallas Braden Tuesday, April 18 Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (MLBN...Show More Summary

Patriots’ Day 2017: Boston Marathon Live Stream, TV Info, Runners Start Times; Red Sox, Bruins Game Day Odds

Patriots’ Day in Boston, Massachusetts is a celebration of many things, but for sports fans it is a holiday in itself, and with three major sporting events going on this year, fans will be on overdrive! The 2017 Boston Marathon willShow More Summary

Why do the Red Sox play early on Patriots' Day?

There are 10 games on the Major League Baseball schedule on Monday, but the one that stands out is the Boston Red Sox hosting the Tampa Bay Rays in the finale of a four-game series at Fenway Park. What is unique about the game is the 11:05 a.m. Show More Summary

How Do You Like Them Apples? Jimmy Fallon and Rachel Dratch Bring Boston Back to SNL

Sully and Denise have returned! Jimmy Fallon and Rachel Dratch brought their classic Boston characters back to Saturday Night Live this weekend, and just like the rest of us, they've aged. Instead of making out at Red Sox games, they're making out on their daughter's college tour at Harvard. Show More Summary

Baseball notes: Rays’ Jake Odorizzi is put on DL

Tampa Bay Rays starter Jake Odorizzi was put on the 10-day disabled list because of a hamstring strain. Odorizzi, who faced four Boston Red Sox batters in the first inning Saturday, threw a pitch to Mitch Moreland and bent over in apparent pain. He then left. Erasmo Ramirez entered and gave up...

Boston’s Chris Sale makes most of limited run support for first win with Red Sox

Left-hander strikes out 12 Rays over seven innings, including seven of last nine he faces.

WTF Happened To Curt Schilling?

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

The sign appeared in a window above Boylston Street as the Red Sox paraded through downtown Boston to celebrate the team’s first World Series title in 86 years. Schilling/Bush ‘04. It was a tribute to Curt Schilling, the pitcher who’d...Show More Summary

Red Sox fumigate locker room to fight flu bug

The Boston Red Sox have fumigated and disinfected their clubhouse at Fenway Park to help fight the flu. Boston manager John Farrell says it has been done a few times while the team has been on the road. After closing a series in Detroit on Monday, Boston is scheduled to begin a six-game homestand...

VIDEO: Red Sox, Make-A-Wish Foundation Build Awesome Backyard Fenway Park

3 weeks agoSports : The Big Lead

Thomas Hastings, a young Boston Red Sox fan living in Connecticut, has undergone several spinal surgeries and has muscular dystrophy. The (...)

NESN’s Dave O’Brien leaves Red Sox game with illness, Jerry Remy and Tom Caron fill in

It’s rare to see a broadcaster leave a game in the middle, but that’s what happened with NESN’s Dave O’Brien during a Boston Red Sox broadcast Saturday. As WEEI’s Rob Bradford writes, the team’s been dealing with a round of flu, andShow More Summary

Red Sox Come Down With The Sickness

3 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

The flu is apparently spreading through the Boston Red Sox’s clubhouse, and it’s taking down some of the team’s major players. Read more...

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