Joe Girardi has made a point of insisting the Yankees only have eyes for catching the Red Sox, even as time begins to run out on them.
There have been several racially charged incidents at Fenway Park this year
Earlier this month it was reported that the MLB found that members of the Red Sox were using an Apple Watch to cheat during games. Red Sox staffers were allegedly “watching instant replays to pair catcher signals to pitches and thenShow More Summary
Andrew Benintendi hit a two-run single in the 11th inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the Baltimore Orioles 10-8 Monday night.
Second baseman Dustin Pedroia of the Boston Red Sox was struck in the face by his own foul ball and forced out of Monday night’s game against the host Baltimore Orioles. The Red Sox said Pedroia suffered a bruised nose and is listed as day to day. He fouled a pitch off the plate, and the ball...
In a major upset for Apple’s smartwatch brand, it appears that it was a Fitbit, not an Apple Watch, that the Red Sox used as a medium for their sign-stealing in a recent ball game. The news comes from “a major league source” speaking to Boston Globe sports reporter Nick Cafardo. It’s unclear at this time whether the source himself or herself is major league or if they… Read More
Earlier this month, a detailed report described an elaborate, Apple Watch-based scheme set up by the Boston Red Sox to steal signs in numerous games. Now, however, Boston Globe reporter Nick Cafardo says it wasn’t actually an Apple Watch, but rather a Fitbit device… more…
Apple's smartwatch was initially identified as helping the team steal signs from the New York Yankees.
Recent accusations that the Boston Red Sox used an Apple Watch to steal signs from the New York Yankees were misguided, since the team may have actually used a Fitbit instead, according to one reporter.
The Score: The device used by the Boston Red Sox in their infamous sign-stealing controversy has been revealed as a Fitbit product, according to a major-league source of Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe. Though Fitbits are used as aShow More Summary
The Yankees are not underdogs.
Beyond their close race for the AL East crown, the Yankees and Red Sox have also been locked in a war of competing cheating claims, with the Red Sox charging the Yankees were using a YES Network camera to steal signs from them afterShow More Summary
Mass Live has a pretty important bit of news reporting on the recent to-do from Wednesday night’s Red Sox vs. Athletics baseball game, at Fenway Park in Boston. During the fourth inning of the night game, three people unfurled a very...Show More Summary
Saturday’s Say Hey, Baseball looks at the Red Sox (and Yankees) getting off easy for their technologically-advanced sign stealing. Plus, Cleveland actually lost a game! Major League Baseball meted out punishment for the scandal involving the Red Sox's use of Apple Watches to steal signs from the Yankees, among other teams. Show More Summary
Red Sox pitchers had a strong night, and the bats exploded in the 15th for a 13-6 victory.
Xander Bogaerts had two hits in the 15th inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 13-6 in a game that last 6 hours and 5 minutes
Ten days after a seemingly damning report in the New York Times detailed an operation to steal signs perpetrated by the Boston Red Sox against the New York Yankees, Major League Baseball brought the story to a whimpering end. MLB levied an undisclosed fine on the Red Sox for “sending electronic communications from their video replay […]
Major League Baseball went way too easy on the Red Sox.
The Boston Red Sox have been fined by Major League Baseball for using electronic equipment to steal signs given by a Yankees catcher this season, and New York has been fined a lesser amount for improper use of a dugout telephone in an earlier year
In the wake of iGate, the Red Sox are getting off easy — and now the Yankees are getting punished too.