Incident occured Monday on an overnight "red eye" flight from Phoenix to Boston.
Boston’s last game was also the last Red Sox game for Don Orsillo after 15 years of calling play-by-play. Orsillo’s exit from NESN wasn’t handled well, but the team did its part, with a video tribute at last week’s home finale and, after the final out of yesterday’s game in Cleveland, a cozy goodbye from the players themselves. Read more...
It appears that Boston Red Sox fans are not the only ones who will miss Don Orsillo. On Sunday, after Boston ended its season with a 3-1 loss at Cleveland, players stepped out of the dugout and onto the field in order to salute the announcer, who was working his final game for NESN.Read full article >>
Danny Salazar finished his first season as a full-time starter on a positive note, sending the Cleveland Indians to a 3-1 win over the Boston Red Sox on Sunday in their 2015 finale.
Don Orsillo has been the Red Sox play-by-play announcer for NESN since 2001, but he won’t be there again next year. Despite more than (...)
John Farrell will return to manage the Boston Red Sox next season and, in an unusual solution, the bench coach who filled in ably while Farrell was undergoing treatment for non-Hodgkin lymphoma will be back as well. Farrell had been on medical leave since Aug. 14 and recently was given a clean bill of health, […]
Sunday will conclude a second straight losing season for the Boston Red Sox, but manager John Farrell's prior success is keeping him at the helm in 2016. The Red Sox announced Farrell is returning to the dugout next year, along withShow More Summary
The Boston Red Sox say manager John Farrell will be back next season after leaving the team to undergo cancer treatment.
Corey Kluber pitched eight innings while Carlos Santana and Ryan Raburn homered, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 2-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday night.
Surprise: You won't find anything about the Boston Red Sox on the pages that follow. Disappointed? Sorry, but the Sox are who we thought they were heading into the season—a team that, despite a talented offense, lacked the pitching necessary...Show More Summary
Josh Tomlin pitched into the seventh inning and Carlos Santana drove in three runs with a bases-loaded double, leading the Cleveland Indians to an 8-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Friday night.
Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees celebrates their 4-1 win against the Boston Red Sox and their wildcard playoff berth after their game at Yankee Stadium on October 1, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images) Read more...
The New York Yankees clinched a spot in the playoffs on Thursday with a 4-1 win over their biggest rival, the Boston Red Sox.Thursday’s win was also the Yankees’ 10,000th in franchise history. The Yankees will more than likely host the...Show More Summary
Following a two-year postseason absence, the New York Yankees guaranteed they'll be playing playoff baseball in October again thanks to a 4-1 win over the Boston Red Sox on Thursday. The victory was also the 10,000th in franchise history. According...Show More Summary
With a 4-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Thursday night, the Yankees clinched their first postseason berth since 2012.
New York returns to the postseason for the first time since 2012. The New York Yankees picked up the 10,000th victory in franchise history with a 4-1 win over the Boston Red Sox on Thursday night at Yankee Stadium in The Bronx, and with...Show More Summary
The Yankees’ magic number to clinch a Wild Card spot has dropped to one, but it could have fallen all the way to zero had they beaten the Red Sox last night — or in any of the games of their current series with Boston at Yankee Stadium, for that... More »
Just like nearly everything else that happened at Fenway Park this season, the Boston Red Sox handled the firing of longtime broadcaster Don Orsillo poorly. Aggrieved fans took to the Internet with a Change.org petition that racked up that has more than 62,000 electronic signatures. The team’s response was more or less a shrug (except […]
The Yankees' normally steady bullpen wasted a chance to clinch New York's first playoff berth in three years when Dellin Betances gave up a tying homer and Andrew Bailey allowed the go-ahead hit in Boston's 9-5, 11-inning victory Wednesday night.
Boston Red Sox catcher Blake Swihart hit a pair of home runs in Wednesday's 10-4 win over the New York Yankees, becoming the first Red Sox rookie since Jason Varitek (a fellow catcher) in 1998 to hit multiple homers in a game at Yankee...Show More Summary