Franklin D. Roosevelt: [Final Campaign Speech: Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts](http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=16468): >This is not my first visit to Boston. I shall not review all my previous visits. I should have to go on talking for several days to do that—and radio time costs a lot of money. Show More Summary
Top Chef Season 12 Episode 3 saw the remaining contestants compete in the legendary baseball shrine that is Fenway Park, which surely was a thrill for Boston fans. But what about the judges, and the aspiring culinary greats? Watch Top...Show More Summary
Imagine if big league boppers rarely dented the Green Monster at Fenway Park. Or hardly ever hit drives onto Waveland Avenue at Wrigley Field. Or never came close to the B&O Warehouse at Camden Yards.
There were more shadows than light at Fenway Park this year. Although the World Champion Red Sox finished dead last this year, nearly 3 million fans watched them play. Because there were few highlights this season we take a last look at the slivers of light, patterns and people that make Fenway a special place. --By Stan Grossfeld
When Liverpool played AS Roma at Boston’s Fenway Park in a pre-season friendly over the summer, the weather could best be described as sultry. Boston is a workingman’s city, full of the blue collar and the white collar, and people … Continue reading ? Analyzing Liverpool’s Problems When Defending Against Set Pieces is a post from World Soccer Talk.
His name is Geoff Blankenship and he was 3 years old when Derek Jeter started his career, and he drove all through the night from Morgantown, W. Va., to be here for the end of it.
There was no fairy-tale ending like Ted Williams' last at-bat at Fenway Park, and no choreographed coronation like Derek Jeter's final season with the Yankees.
If Re2pect has become the best and simplest way to define Derek Jeter’s legacy as he walks away from the game, then perhaps it was only fitting that he take his final bow at Fenway Park.
At precisely 10:50 Sunday morning, Derek Jeter, wearing a dark blue suit, light blue shirt and a purple tie, entered the compact visitors’ clubhouse at Fenway Park for what was to be the final day of his baseball life.
Derek Jeter ended his career in a game at Fenway Park, where the Red Sox honored the shortstop with a pregame ceremony.
The final word on the stellar career of Derek Jeter came at Fenway Park on Sunday where baseball's fiercest rivalry turned into a love-in with the Boston Red Sox bidding the New York Yankees captain a fond farewell.
Derek Jeter waves goodbye one last time as he leaves the field at Fenway Park after his last career game on Sunday (September 28) in Boston, Mass. The 40-year-old now-retired athlete helped the New York Yankees win over the Boston Red Sox 9-5 that day. Despite being rivals, the Sox presented Jeter with a “Re2pect” [...]
I'm impressed to see the Red Sox give Derek Jeter a warm tribute and a standing ovation in his final game. I am blown away they let Bernie Williams serenade the crowd during the 7th inning stretch: Never opened his eyes, either. Remember this when David Ortiz plays his final game at Yankee Stadium and Bronson Arroyo shreds the national anthem. It's only fair.
Derek Jeter has ended his 20-year career with a strange sight — a stadium full of rival Boston Red Sox fans chanting his name. Playing in the final game of the season against the Red Sox in Fenway Park, Jeter entered to a standing ovation from players on both teams. Show More Summary
Derek Jeter took his final at-bat in the third inning at Fenway Park today. He hit an RBI infield single before being subbed out for Brian McCann. Never again will Jeter have to play one of those 10-hour Yankees-Red Sox games. Read more...
Good bye, Captain.
The New York Yankees-Boston Red Sox rivalry was extremely intense for much of Derek Jeter's career, but the Red Sox put the hostility aside this weekend to pay respect to the Yankees captain. The Red Sox honored Jeter with a pregame ceremony before the final game of the Yankees shortstop's career on Sunday, which was fittingly at Fenway Park. Show More Summary
Fenway Park, never a friendly environment for Derek Jeter, paid the retiring Yankee a lovely tribute in his last game ever: Fenway Park scoreboard tribute to Derek Jeter. Awesome. #FarewellCaptain pic.twitter.com/XPioaeNCYC — Pinstripe Alley (@pinstripealley) September 28, 2014 I didn't even know the Fenway scoreboard could do letters!
Derek Jeter is listed as the designated hitter and batting second for the New York Yankees when they play the Boston Red Sox in the final game of his 20-year career.
This is it, you guys. The day has finally come. It's time to bid Derek Jeter his final farewell. After the longtime New York Yankees shortstop plays one last game Sunday against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park, he'll start making his...Show More Summary