And he threw out the opening pitch
Drenched after his players joyfully doused him with champagne and beer, Indians manager Terry Francona stood at the center of the visitor's clubhouse in Fenway Park, a ballpark where he had been in the middle of so many similar celebrations.
Both starting pitchers were teammates in junior college in 2005. The Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians were rained out on Sunday, so the two teams will resume their American League Division Series on Monday evening at Fenway ParkShow More Summary
Sunday's American League Division Series Game 3 between the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians at Fenway Park was postponed because of heavy rain in Boston, so the teams will meet Monday night with the first pitch scheduled for 6:08 p.m. Show More Summary
Dropped from the pitching rotation in July, Clay Buchholz holds the key to the Boston Red Sox postseason in his right arm. Buchholz will take the mound in Game 3 Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park as the Red Sox try to stay alive in their...Show More Summary
The protective plastic sheeting from Toronto's end-of-season celebration was still covering the lights in the visitor's clubhouse at Fenway Park on Saturday. No reason to take it down. They might need it again pretty soon. The Cleveland Indians arrived in Boston with a 2-0 lead in their best-of-five...
Red Sox slugger David Ortiz's career has been filled with clutch hits and memorable moments. Here are some of Big Papi's biggest feats as he enters the finale of his regular season career on Sunday at Fenway Park:
Red Sox slugger David Oritz closes out his regular season career this weekend at Fenway Park. Here’s a look back at some highlights from his 14-year career with the Red Sox. -- By Bill GreeneDavid Ortiz holds up a championship belt during a rolling rally on Boylston Street while celebrating a World Series victory in 2013. (Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)
There are just three regular-season games left in David Oritz’s career, with his farewell tour set to end at home in Fenway Park, (...)
This is a masterpiece. David Ortiz’s regular season career is coming to a close. Retiring after this season, Ortiz has just four games left to play before the postseason. He’s received plenty of gifts along the way. Now, he’s set toShow More Summary
This is huge.
You would think that Boston Red Sox fans at Fenway Park would know the difference between David Ortiz and some guy who just looks a little (75%?) like David Ortiz. But, never underestimate the ability of fans to delude themselves into thinking they’re in the presence of greatness. This guy was routinely stopped on the […]
Doors are complicated.
Kid Rock is still out there doing Kid Rock things, like putting on concerts for people who desperately want to be tricked into thinking they are listening to Lynyrd Skynard or Bob Seger. During one such concert at Fenway Park, Kid Rock took some time out of his performance to share his brief thoughts about Colin Kaepernick. Read more...
Kid Rock slammed NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s national anthem protest during a concert over the weekend. While performing at Fenway Park in Boston, the singer shouted “fk Colin Kaepernick” as he sang the song “Born Free.” Ironically,...Show More Summary
The crowd loved it.
Kid Rock unceremoniously inserted himself into the national conversation behind Colin Kaepernick’s passive protest when Rock said “F–k Colin Kaepernick” while performing at Fenway Park in Boston over the weekend. During Kid Rock’s performance...Show More Summary
Footage from a recent concert at Fenway Park.
VideoDrake White on stage at Fenway Park. Courtesy of Andy Sapp Every once in while in every industry someone comes along who you know is about to go viral. ‘Personal calculus’ is the main reason why venture capitalists back individuals first, and ideas second. The music industry is no different—ever mining [...]
Rock and Roller Kid Rock played at Fenway Park over the weekend. During his hit song, “Born Free”, Rock screamed... The post VIDEO=> Kid Rock at Fenway Park Concert, “Fck Colin Kaepernick!” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.