Boston Red Sox
Bill Buckner became the punching bag for Red Sox Nation after botching that little roller up along first in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series. But believe it or not, now he’s BFFs with the man on the better end of that play.
Ever since the poet Homer reported about fans eagerly lining the stands to see the Troy Trojans versus the Greek Diners, mankind has been enthralled by rivalries.
Infielder Xander Bogaerts has a World Series ring. Now he’ll crack the Red Sox starting lineup.
The demand for Rivera’s last game at Yankee Stadium experienced a notable increase, but nowhere near the extent that Jeter’s announcement has had.
Got a cool $11,000 hanging around? If so, see you in late September in the Bronx and Boston.
It seems there is at least one player who is unimpressed by the Yankees’ offseason spending spree. Of course that player is on the Red Sox — the world champion Red Sox he might add.
Masahiro Tanaka could command a total contract greater than $100 million and many teams are ready to meet the $20 million posting fee.
Headlines that shaped and transcended the sports world in 2013.
The two-time World Champion outfielder is getting a firsthand look at the other side of the Boston-New York rivalry.
‘Young, talented players with the skills that he has, that’s what they’re getting. I couldn’t believe the Yankees let that walk away.’
The Seattle Mariners appear to be all-in on Robinson Cano. According to a report in the Daily News, they may have made an offer to the free agent second baseman that trumps the Yankees’ latest offer.
Jacoby Ellsbury came through the Red Sox system and was beloved by Sox fans. Not anymore. He will be booed as loudly as Wade Boggs and Roger Clemens were when they came back to Fenway.
At least five teams are said to be in the mix for Carlos Beltran. But the Yankees are “emerging” as the top bet to land the free-agent outfielder, according to the New York Post.
Forget about the big-name free agents. Mets third baseman David Wright would rather see general manager Sandy Alderson spread the team’s money around.
Jose Offerman said Monday he is not trying to avoid a U.S. lawsuit for attacking two opposing players with a baseball bat in Connecticut six years ago while he was playing for the Long Island Ducks.