Jerry Remy, broadcaster and former Red Sox second baseman, will return to the NESN broadcasting booth with Don Orsillo for the 2014 season. This is very exciting news for fans across Red Sox Nation that missed the Remdawg after he bowed out of the public eye when his son, Jared, allegedly killed his girlfriend Jennifer […]
He played for the Red Sox from 1978-84. He started broadcasting on NESN in 1988. He is one of the most respected sports broadcaster in the New England area and is the first president on Red Sox Nation. Jerry Remy is a part of New England and it seemed that he would continue to serve […]
NESN broadcaster Jerry Remy will be out for the rest of the season to be with his family after his son, Jared Remy, was accused of murdering his girlfriend, Jennifer Martel. “I am full of grief for the Martel family,” Remy said in a statement released by NESN. “My thoughts and prayers continue to go […]
NESN commentator Jerry Remy will miss the upcoming Orioles series. Dennis Eckersley will sit in his place alongside Don Orsillo in the booth. Remy hasn’t been in the booth since Aug. 16, the day his son, Jared Remy, was charged with murdering his girlfriend Jenn Martel.
Jerry Remy was not in the NESN booth on Friday night against the Yankees, hours after his son, Jared Remy, was charged with murdering his girlfriend. Jared Remy pleaded not guilty at his arraignment for the stabbing death of Jennifer Martel. Jerry Remy did not attend his son’s arraignment. NESN announced that Remy will miss […]
One day after NESN announced that commentator Jerry Remy would miss another week, the Rem-Dawg took to Twitter to announce his return date. Thanks for all your thoughts-I assure you I'm OK and will be back soon-although it looks like #RedSox are doing fine without me!-Jerry — Jerry Remy (RemDawg) (@Jerry_Remy) June 19, 2013 Good […]
According to Boston.com, NESN announced Tuesday that commentator Jerry Remy will miss all of the Red Sox games this week. He hasn’t broadcast a game since May 28. Remy later explained on Twitter that he was suffering from allergies and then came down with pneumonia. Feel free to leave get-well wishes in the comments below.
“How the Red Sox Explain New England” is a very interesting account of the history of the Boston Red Sox. Rather than reading like a droll history novel, it is more of a collection of 13 different topics relating to the Red Sox, their players, their history and whatever other fun tidbits fans, athletes and […]
As you may have noticed, Jerry Remy has missed the last several games from the NESN announcer booth. Originally, Remy was going to miss some time due to allergies. Well, Remy recently Tweeted that he is now suffering from pneumonia.
Once again, I thought I had seen everything until Baseball Prospectus released this hilarious gem recently. Apparently, posing for Playgirl was popular among major league baseball players in the 80′s. Among those featured, none raised more eyebrows in the Boston area than Hall of Fame pitcher Dennis Eckerseley and Red Sox mainstay Jerry Remy. The 80′s […]
During a pre-taped segment as part of NESN’s pregame show, NESN commentator Jerry Remy announced he suffered a relapse of lung cancer during the offseason. The relapse was diagnosed in January, leading to radiation treatment in March, according to WEEI. Remy, though, said he is doing fine and is not worried. “I am not concerned about […]
Both teams struggled much of the time to put anything together, but in the end, a well-placed home run on a not-so-well-placed pitched in the final inning allowed the Tampa Bay Rays to defeat the Boston Red Sox 4-3. Boston might have had something going in the 1st, but Dustin Pedroia was called out and […]
In case you haven’t noticed, Jerry Remy missed the final two games of the White Sox series over the weekend and Monday night’s win over the A’s. According to NESN.com, he’s battling a sinus infection. Peter Abraham, Nick Cafardo and Peter Gammons have helped fill in in the booth during Rem-Dawg’s absence.
So, you turned on the Red Sox game Monday and wondered, who is that guy with Don Orsillo? Well, it’s former Twins shortstop Roy Smalley, who replaced Jerry Remy as the color commentator for NESN’s broadcast of the Red Sox-Twins game. According to NESN.com, Remy was “under the weather.” He hopes to be back in […]
It’s called Friendly Fenway Park for a reason: fans are supposed to go out to the ballpark to enjoy a family-friendly atmosphere. Those who actually attend games know that’s not at all true. Need proof that it’s not really family friendly? Did you see last Thursday’s Sox-Orioles game on NESN? After Jerry Remy finished reading […]