In 2014, a survey of Boston sports fans showed that the Bruins were the third-most popular sports team in Boston, but that they had closed to within nine percentage points of the Red Sox for number two. What would it take for the Bruins to win over another 10% of Boston baseball fans and surpass […]
Mark Walhberg checks out the competition at his son’s soccer match on Saturday (November 21) in Brentwood, Calif. The 44-year-old actor rocked a Boston Red Sox hat and showed off his bulging muscles in a grey t-shirt for the game. He and wife Rhea Durham kept close while walking around the park. PHOTOS: Check out [...]
In Game 4 of the 2004 American League Championship Series, Dave Roberts entered as a pinch runner in the bottom of the ninth inning and stole arguably the biggest base in Boston Red Sox history. You know the rest of the story: Roberts...Show More Summary
BOSTON — Waves of blue, gold and green inundated Fenway Park and the surrounding area over the weekend as Notre Dame football traveled to the home of the Boston Red Sox for its annual off-site home game Saturday—the first football game...Show More Summary
Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz announced earlier this week that he will retire following the 2016 season, so Kenan Thompson honored Ortiz (...)
Fenway Park has played host to thousands of baseball games over the past century, but the home of the Boston Red Sox hasn't been used for college football since the late 1960s. That changes Saturday when Notre Dame and Boston College...Show More Summary
In January 2003, the winter Theo Epstein arrived as Boston Red Sox general manager, Dave Jauss recommended his new boss sign a 27-year-old first baseman the Minnesota Twins had cut loose a month prior. Epstein wanted to make sure they...Show More Summary
Honestly, I am a sucker for a good farewell tour. The now 40 year old Boston Red Sox, Designated Hitter, David Ortiz has announced that next year will be his final season in Major League Baseball and that has led to one inevitable discussion: Is David Ortiz a Hall of Famer? If it seems like we just asked that question, it is because we dd. Show More Summary
David Ortiz turned 40 on Wednesday but he doesn't seem to be going through a midlife crisis -- the Boston Red Sox superstar designated hitter sounds like he knows exactly what he's doing with his life. And that's retiring from baseball, after his 20th major league season in 2016. Big Papi chose...
The Boston Red Sox slugger, who has played for the team since 2003, asked his fans to remember him as "part of the family."
Boston Red Sox superstar David Ortiz officially announced Wednesday that he's planning to retire from baseball following the 2016 season. Ortiz made it official in a video for the Players' Tribune: Ortiz arrived to the Red Sox in 2003 as a free-agent castoff from the Minnesota Twins. Show More Summary
Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz is planning to retire after the 2016 season.
The Boston Red Sox have already pulled off the biggest blockbuster trade of the still-young offseason. In so doing, they sacrificed quite a bit of their prospect depth and financial flexibility. And yet, that might not have been the end of the Red Sox remaking themselves via blockbuster trades. Show More Summary
Feliz cumpleanos, Big Papi. Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz is expected to announce Wednesday via The Players' Tribune that he will retire after the 2016 season. Wednesday is also his 40th birthday. Ortiz should be enshrined...Show More Summary
The most significant moment of David Ortiz's Red Sox career didn't come on the field, but rather when he spoke for the entire city of Boston in the wake of the Marathon Bombings.
The Oakland Athletics are to sign free-agent left-handed pitcher Rich Hill to a one-year, $6 million contract, pending a physical, per Jane Lee of MLB.com. Hill, an 11-year veteran, started four games for the Boston Red Sox in 2015 and was 2-1 with a 1.55 ERA. Show More Summary
David Ortiz, the Boston Red Sox slugger who put up some of the best numbers since the prime of his career last season at the age of 39, will retire after the 2016 season, Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal reports. Big Papi, who turns 40 on Wednesday, has a contract guaranteed for the season, so his […]
Three-time World Series champion and Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz is reportedly planning to retire from baseball after the 2016 season. Continue for updates. Ortiz Previously Hinted Toward Walking Away After 2016 Tuesday, Nov. 17 Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports.com first reported the news. Show More Summary
Jerry Remy played second base for the Boston Red Sox before becoming a Boston area sportscaster. Jerry's son, Jared, a violent man who abused drugs and women, didn't succeed at anything. The only thing Jared Remy became known for was beating up his girlfriends. Show More Summary
2015 was undoubtedly a difficult year for Boston Red Sox. The team faced many struggles and ended the season helpless at the bottom of the division despite the impressive efforts of Xander Bogaerts, Mookie Betts, and Jackie Bradley, Jr. Despite the relative disappointments of the season, baseball fans can still look ahead to a few […]