Boston Red Sox
The Cardinals and Red Sox are squaring off against one another yet again this year in the Fall Classic. While much of the spotlight will fall on marquis players like David Ortiz, a battle over a limited seven game sample such as this often boils down to X-Factors.
Game 1 of the 2013 World Series is in the books. Here are five things you missed from the game.
TTYM: Erin Andrews Confuses Justin Verlander With Justin Bieber And Is This The Most Obnoxious Fan Ever?
by @TaraLipinskyMore Columns here. In this week’s That Thing You Missed, Erin Andrews can’t quite get her “Justin’s” straight, a mascot’s royal mess-up caught on tape, watch the most obnoxious Boston fan ever and if you thought […]
Many say that this past Sunday for the Boston sports fan was among the greatest in their history. As a Bostonian might say, it was like a doubleheader of “Wicked Awesomeness”. I couldn’t agree more and I’m jealous of it.
With the Red Sox and Dodgers both finishing the season atop their division with 90+ wins, which of these two has the best chance to finish the season as champions?
David Ortiz hit a game-ending three-run homer, lifting the Red Sox to a 6-3 win over the Rangers on Thursday night. It was his 11th career walk-off home run.
Elvis Andrus hit a tie-breaking, two-run double in the seventh inning as the Rangers beat the Red Sox 3-2 on Wednesday, a day after getting thumped by Boston 17-5.
The Red Sox hit for the cycle in one inning, and better than they have in a game this season, setting season highs for hits and runs in a 17-5 rout of the Rangers on Tuesday night.
Adrian Beltre had a three-run double among his four hits, Derek Holland pitched eight scoreless innings for his fifth consecutive victory over Boston and the Texas Rangers beat the Red Sox 7-0 Friday night.
The 1988 Indians spawned five men who are now MLB managers, including Rangers manager Ron Washington. What turned that bumbling bunch into a group of elite leaders?
Will Middlebrooks has evolved from the glove-only third baseman he once was into a much more well-rounded player who presents a legitimate threat at the plate.
Mike Napoli has two ways to boost his income with the Red Sox. He can stay on the active roster for at least 165 days or get 625 plate appearances with at least 120 days.