Attention Bosox fans, a Star Trek Night is on tap for later this month. The Boston Red Sox will be holding the...
We really hope everything turns out okay! A fan at a Red Sox vs. Yankees game at Fenway Park in Boston on Wednesday is expected to be released from the hospital tonight after sustaining injuries from falling off of his lower box seat. Apparently, during the 7th inning of the MLB game, a fan tried to catch [...]
A fan at Fenway Park has been taken away on a stretcher after flipping over backward trying to catch a foul ball.
Baseball in Boston is about to change. On Wednesday, the City Council voted unanimously to make its baseball parks and stadiums, including historic Fenway, tobacco-free zones. And yes, the ordinance covers the kind of tobacco you chew, a longtime favorite of many MLB players. “This action will save lives by reducing the number of young people […]
9?x 9? relief sculptures of Major League Baseball stadiums laser cut from oak veneer. For now only Wrigley Field, Dodger Stadium, Fenway Park, AT&T Park, Busch Stadium and Kauffman Stadium are available; the rest will be made after the product launches.
Watch Jordan Spieth throw out the first pitch at Fenway Park
Jordan Spieth threw out his second first pitch of the season, which probably makes sense considering that’s the number of majors won (...)
Stephen Drew's bat is keeping the Yankees afloat after the second baseman, known more for his defensive play, delivered another big hit to help New York earn a 3-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park on Tuesday.
Monday night is the first Red Sox game at Fenway Park since news of Don Orsillo’s impending departure has become public. Red Sox Nation is showing their support for Orsillo during the game with the Yankees, but the staff at Fenway Park is reportedly confiscating pro-Orsillo signs. Show More Summary
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
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
Would you like one of your favorite Red Sox stars to pour ice on your head at Fenway Park next week AND receive an autographed Red Sox #3 Frates jersey? It could happen. Next Monday, August 31st David Ortiz and Dustin Pedroia headline a list of seven Red Sox stars who will to pour ice […]
If the Zac Brown Band hadn't sold out all three of its shows at Fenway Park earlier this month, selling 105,000 tickets and setting an attendance record at the hallowed Boston baseball stadium, the shows might have been a disaster. Everything costs more in a stadium — video screens, pyrotechnics, unionized workers...
‘I know, probably in another park that’s a double. But here, it’s a joke.’
Christopher Duffley sang the national anthem in front of all of Fenway Park before Monday's Boston Red Sox-Cleveland Indians game, despite the hurdles he had to come over. Absolutely amazing!
14-year-old Christopher Duffley from Manchester, New Hampshire, sang his heart out for a crowd of thousands at a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park. Duffley, who is blind and autistic, sang the National Anthem prior to Monday night's game. He…
On Monday, prior to the Indians-Red Sox game, 14 year-0ld Christopher Duffley took to the field at Fenway Park and performed a rousing rendition of the National Anthem in front of thousands. While Duffley had never performed at Fenway before, singing in front of many is nothing new for him, as he regularly performs on […]
On Monday night, Christopher Duffley, a blind and autistic 14-year-old from New Hampshire, showed off his musical talents at Fenway Park on behalf of Autism Speaks as the Boston Red Sox hosted the Cleveland Indians. The crowd loved him. Show More Summary
Christopher Duffley is a 14-year-old from Manchester, New Hampshire, who knows how to work a crowd of thousands and sing an amazing (...)