Former Boston Red Sox pitching great Curt Schilling announced this week that he might run against Democratic Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren in 2018. Schilling, previously best known as a bankrupt businessman and collector ofShow More Summary
His first reclamation project was the Boston Red Sox. Now, Epstein, as president of baseball operations for the Chicago Cubs, has made good on his promise to transform the team into a World Series contender.
There are only so many owners and executives in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Tom Yawkey, who owned the Boston Red Sox from 1933 until his death in 1976, is one of them. When Chicago Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein is...Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox announced Tuesday the organization will not fill its vacant general manager position following the Arizona Diamondbacks' hiring of Mike Hazen as their GM, according to Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald. The team did name Eddie Romero the senior vice president and assistant general manager, per Mastrodonato. Show More Summary
Theo Epstein got himself hired as general manager of the Red Sox at age 28 and quickly became known as a baseball wunderkind when Boston busted its curse and won the World Series in 2004. Epstein is 42 now and on the cusp of doing the same for another city...
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling held a Trump “rally” outside Boston’s city hall on Saturday, “but uh, it wasn’t much of a rally,” Sports Illustrated reports. “According to folks passing by, there were around 10 or 15 people in [...]
Momentum can be fickle and fleeting in the postseason, where a game, a series and ultimately a season can turn on one pitch, one hit, one play. For the 2004 Boston Red Sox, it was the Dave Roberts’ stolen base that sparked a ninth-inning comeback against the New York Yankees in Game 4 of the American...
Chris Matthews talks to former Boston Red Sox pitcher and Donald Trump supporter, Curt Schilling, about why he’s considering a run for office to challenge...
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has hinted in recent days that he intends to run for Senate. The Trump supporter has said many offensive and/or stupid political things in recent years. On Friday, he said this. Yes. This was a great conversation starter for somebody of Jake Tapper’s faith. Yes. Yes, it was. Yes. Read more Slate coverage of the 2016 campaign.
For better or worse, Curt Schilling's political opinions have been a mainstay of the 2016 election. Now it looks as if they will continue after November, at least through the 2018 midterms. The former Boston Red Sox pitcher, who was fired from ESPN earlier this year for sharing a transphobic meme online, has announced he will indeed run for the U.S. Show More Summary
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling told WPRO that that he’s planning to run against Sen. Elizabeth Warren in 2018. Said Schilling: “I’ve made my decision. I’m going to run. But I haven’t talked to Shonda, my wife. And [......
The Arizona Diamondbacks have named Boston Red Sox general manager Mike Hazen an executive vice president and general manager.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have hired Mike Hazen, the Boston Red Sox’s general manager, to be an executive vice president and general manager. The team announced the hiring in a news release on Sunday. Hazen replaces Dave Stewart, who fired along with manager Chip Hale a day after the regular season...
Charlie Puth reps the Boston Red Sox with his cap while visiting Josiah Quincy Upper School for a VH1 Save The Music event on Wednesday (October 12) in Boston, Mass. The 24-year-old singer not only performed for the kids, but also surprised the school with a brand new Casio piano. PHOTOS: Check out the latest [...]
Following the Boston Red Sox's elimination from the postseason, second baseman Dustin Pedroia has undergone surgery on his left knee. Continue for updates. Latest on Pedroia's Timeline for Return Thursday, Oct. 13 According to Pete Abraham...Show More Summary
David Ortiz’s twenty year major league career has officially come to an unceremonious conclusion after the Boston Red Sox were swept out of the postseason by former manager Terry Francona and the surging Cleveland Indians. Much to the dismay of Red Sox Nation and the prolific slugger himself, Ortiz was [...]
TBS inadvertently burned itself on Monday when it attempted to convey an apparent joke referencing a 1969 river fire in Cleveland during the post-game show following the Indians’ ALDS sweep of the Boston Red Sox. TBS used a pic of a burning river to show CLE during Indians coverage. Should they apologize? #RallyTogether https://t.co/FuMEfnk1O3 pic.twitter.com/niQApglvTh […]
For the first time in more than a decade, the Boston Red Sox head into the offseason knowing that David Ortiz and his larger-than-life personality won't be a fixture in the middle of their lineup when the team reports for spring training...Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox’s postseason exit was a underwhelming end to David Ortiz’s MLB days. But that’s barely a dent in Big Papi’s long and illustrious career, as evidenced by the thousands of fans who stayed to have one last look at their hero standing on Fenway Park.
Despite being swept out of the 2016 American League Division Series by the Cleveland Indians, the Boston Red Sox reaffirmed their commitment to manager John Farrell on Tuesday. Dave Dombrowski, the team's president of baseball operations, announced Farrell will stay with the team in 2017, according to Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe. More to follow. Show More Summary