The Boston Red Sox announced Monday that third baseman Pablo Sandoval will have surgery on his left shoulder, per Christopher Smith of MassLive.com. The team has yet to provide a timetable for Sandoval's return. However, the Boston Globe's...Show More Summary
Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval will have surgery on his left shoulder in the next few days.
The onetime ESPN commentator and retired baseballer Curt Schilling is blasting his former employer for editing him out of a documentary following his firing from the sports network.
ESPN has edited out footage from Curt Schilling's "bloody sock" game in the 30 for 30 documentary Four Days in October. The documentary now skips...
Four Days in October is an ESPN 30 for 30 series film that first aired in 2010. It aired again yesterday, in slightly edited format, and dopey Red Sox fans teamed up with dopey conservatives to form a coalition of derp in protesting what they believed to be a conspiracy against recently fired analyst Curt Schilling . Read more...
There are many ways to dry a bat in the rain, but none captures the Internet's attention quite like Alex Rodriguez's method. In an at-bat Sunday against the Boston Red Sox, the Yankees' DH was shown rubbing his mighty staff between his legs. Show More Summary
Curt Schilling took to Twitter to question his disappearance from the ESPN 30 for 30 documentary about the 2004 MLB American League Championship Series that aired yesterday on the worldwide leader in sports. The “Four Days in October” program, which was broadcast on ESPN2 after a college softball game, chronicled the Boston Red Sox’s stunning... Show More Summary
From the ashes of every tragedy, something good can arise. It's still too soon to call Pablo Sandoval's Boston Red Sox career a tragedy. But it's past time to call Travis Shaw something good. Since being thrust into the spotlight byShow More Summary
Alex Rodriguez had already driven in four runs against David Price with a homer and a double.
It’s aired on ESPN and ESPN Classic numerous times. Boston Red Sox fans love rewatching the 30 for 30 documentary “Four Days in October” chronicling the historic four game comeback against the New York Yankees after being down 0-3 in the 2004 American League Championship Series. Show More Summary
The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox rivalry you could argue is second to none in all of sports and must-see TV whenever they play no matter what their records are. The two rivals faced off once again at Fenway Park as the score currently stands 6-6 at the top of the 7th, but […]
David Ortiz and the Boston Red Sox share a treasure trove of beautiful memories. Busting one of professional sports' most infamous championship droughts and then winning two more titles to boot will do that for you. Now, in Ortiz's final...Show More Summary
The pitching has not been perfect, as Saturday’s 8-0 defeat at the hands of the surging Red Sox would indicate. But the offense has been the real culprit.
Jackie Bradley Jr. and Mookie Betts had three RBIs apiece, David Ortiz homered again and the Boston Red Sox blanked the struggling New York Yankees 8-0 on Saturday night.
If you were tuned in to Friday’s Yankees-Red Sox tilt, you may have noticed Alex Rodriguez slam a home run in the second inning and (...)
David Ortiz and Alex Rodriguez hit homers as Boston defeated the Yankees in the teams’ first meeting this season.
Big Papi loves the kids. If you need proof, just look at the Red Sox’s Friday night game against the hated Yankees at Fenway Park. David Ortiz came up clutch in the eighth inning with a two-run homer against Dellin Bestances that ultimately gave Boston a 4-2 win. Ortiz called his shot before the game […]
David Ortiz hit a tiebreaking two-run homer off Dellin Betances in the eighth inning, and the Boston Red Sox rallied for a 4-2 win over the New York Yankees Friday night in the first of 19 meetings between the longtime rivals.
Let’s go back to 2006, a simpler time when Trot Nixon and Matt Clement roamed the earth. That winter, the Red Sox had traded away Doug Mirabelli, not known for his offensive prowess so much as he was for being Tim Wakefield’s personal catcher. Not just everyone can successfully catch a knuckleball, you see: Boston’s new backup, Josh Bard, could not. Read more...
A week ago, there were serious stories in serious newspapers asking how long the Boston Red Sox should wait before making a managerial change. By Tuesday, the Red Sox were half a game out of first place in the American League East. Baseball's...Show More Summary