DeGrom held the Red Sox without a hit through the first four innings, but his performance came undone in the sixth, giving Boston just enough to drop the Mets for a second straight game.
Joe Kelly won his sixth straight outing, recovering nicely from a rocky start to outpitch Jacob deGrom and lead the Boston Red Sox over the New York Mets 3-1 Saturday.
Stephanie Taubin, a Red Sox fan, is suing the professional baseball team’s owner John Henry over an injury she claims she sustained from a foul ball at Fenway Park. According to a report by Boston Globe‘s Travis Andersen, Taubin was sitting in a section of the stands that had recently been undergoing renovations. Show More Summary
Matt Harvey shut down Boston for six innings, but the Red Sox responded with a three-run seventh and went ahead for good on a 10th inning inside-the-park home run by catcher Blake Swihart.
Blake Swihart hit an inside-the-park home run in the 10th inning and the Boston Red Sox stopped the New York Mets' seven-game winning streak, holding on for a 6-4 victory Friday night.
Hanley Ramirez's return to the Boston Red Sox has not been triumphant for either side in 2015, as the 31-year-old is out of the lineup with a shoulder problem. Continue for updates. Ramirez Dealing with Fatigue Friday, Aug. 28 According...Show More Summary
Fan safety at MLB games has been under the microscope lately, and legal action from a Fenway Park attendee is set to intensify discussion about the issue. According to the Boston Globe's Travis Andersen, Stephanie Taubin is suing Boston Red Sox owner John Henry after she was struck by a foul ball last season while sitting above home plate. Show More Summary
Dave Dombrowski won big in his fifth year in Florida, and in his fifth year in Detroit. He's in Boston now because the Red Sox expect him to win big there, too, but there's no way they expect him to take five years to do it. Nor should...Show More Summary
Rick Porcello pitched seven sparkling innings in his return from a triceps injury, leading the Boston Red Sox to a 3-0 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday night.
Curt Schilling, the former Boston Red Sox great and ESPN broadcaster was suspended by ESPN for tweeting a highly offensive tweet comparing Muslims to the Nazis. EW: ESPN suspended Curt Schilling on Tuesday after the former All-Star pitcher,...Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox have had a lousy, losing season. But the departure of beloved play-by-play guy Don Orsillo is more than just another loss.
Has anybody else noticed how painfully stupid and ridiculous a network ESPN has become? If you haven’t, here’s an example. Former Boston Red Sox pitching great Curt Schilling, a fan
Fact: After going 3-for-4 against the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night, Klay Thompson's brother, Trayce, is batting.522 for the season. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: Chicago White Sox Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
Fans of the Boston Red Sox are not happy that the team’s NESN network has decided to part ways with longtime play-by-play voice Don Orsillo after 15 seasons. No one denies this. I will miss Don Orsillo. @NESN – Red Sox Nation will remember. — Monte Frank (@MonteFrank1) August 26, 2015 What is happening Red […]
On Tuesday, news began to trickle out early in the day that NESN would be replacing long-time Boston Red Sox play by play announcer Don Orsillo with radio voice (and ESPN broadcaster) Dave O’Brien. Red Sox fans responded to NESN in a calm, reasonable manner. Show More Summary
They now come home to face a Red Sox team who has averaged more than 8 runs a game over the last 10 games. White Sox starter Jeff Samardzija was able to retire David Ortiz and Travis Shaw via infield pop outs for the first two outs of the second, but got himself into trouble
Rookie Trayce Thompson drove in three runs, including a go-ahead, two-run double, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Boston Red Sox 5-4 on Tuesday night.
ESPN has benched Curt Schilling after he posted an offensive tweet about Muslims. The former Boston Red Sox player, who has been assisting in coverage of the Little League World Series, tweeted the meme below that compares Muslims to Nazis on Tuesday morning. Naturally, ESPN reacted quickly, removin... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Curt Schilling
Boston Red Sox left fielder Hanley Ramirez has underwhelmed on defense all season long, and a positional change appears to be in the works as a result of some glaring deficiencies. According to the Boston Globe's Pete Abraham, Red Sox...Show More Summary
Former star Major League pitcher Curt Schilling is, as they say, no stranger to controversy. He famously endorsed George W. Bush while playing for the Boston Red Sox in 2004. (Bush's opponent that year, Massachusetts senator John Kerry,...Show More Summary