// Fenway Park

Through 6 Starts, The Price Is Wrong

The 217 million dollar man has been less than stellar in the early days of his Red Sox career.  He has posted a 4-0 start, but when you look deeper at the numbers, they are not impressive.  For a guy who used to come into Fenway Park and baffle Red Sox hitters, his ERA at […]

Price, Kimbrel Falter as Red Sox Fall to Orioles in Home Opener

Maybe it was the Baltimore Orioles, baseball’s last undefeated team. Maybe it was the heightened pressure of the home opener, Fenway Park packed in with 37,160 Boston Red Sox fans anxious to see their new ace and new team for 2016 get off to a fast start. Maybe it was just a blip, one bad […]

9 Things to Look For at Red Sox Spring Training

Now that we have officially made it past the official report date for all Red Sox players, fans can finally start to look forward to Opening Day 2016. Spring Training is usually more of a fleeting tease than legitimate action, but there if one pays attention there are still lessons to be learned. With that […]

Doug Flutie Commits to Broadcast Shamrock Series

Doug Flutie confirmed Thursday, as reported by Chad Finn of the Boston Globe, that he will serve as color commentator for the Boston College vs. Notre Dame game to take place at Fenway Park on Saturday. Doug Flutie, whose parents passed away yesterday, has decided that he will call Saturday’s Boston College-Notre Dame game. — […]

Fenway Park Featured on Nationals 2016 Calendar

Somebody made a big mistake! The Washington Nationals 2016 calendar features an image of Fenway Park instead of Nationals Park. After much laughter and backlash on the internet, Major League Baseball issued a statement about the calendar which falls under their license.

2 Injured in Shooting Outside Fenway Park, No Suspects

After a warm Saturday at Fenway Park where Red Sox fans enjoyed a 6-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies and witnessed home run number 497 from David Ortiz, the Labor Day Weekend jubilance was quelled by violence. Around 2 a.m. Sunday morning, the time when most of the Fenway bar patrons funnel out onto Landsdowne […]

Henry Owens & Blake Swihart Dominate Royals

Friday’s win over the Royals at Fenway Park gave the Red Sox their fourth straight win, the last two of which came against the best team in the American League. Just about everything went right for the Red Sox, and they now remain just a win away from taking a series from the reigning AL […]

Boston College Football: Preview of the 2015 Season

As the August heat breaks in New England, giving way to cooler fall temperatures in September, it can mean only one thing, College Football is back! The Boston College Eagles are preparing for the upcoming 2015 season on the practice field prior to their home opener against The University of Maine on September 5th. The […]

Barnes Struggles in First Start for Red Sox

Monday’s start against the Indians at Fenway was supposed to be a positive step in the right direction for Matt Barnes. The team and its fans were hoping Barnes could build on his solid pure stuff and minor league performance as a Major League starter. His results were unimpressive out of the bullpen to start […]

Keep the Faith 2015 – Red Sox Only 5 Games Out

Don’t look now but the Red Sox are only five games back of the AL East lead. Pretty soon all of the band-wagon Red Sox fans out there will start tuning in to the games again. We all know this season has been tough to watch at times, but it feels like the team has finally turned a […]

Video: Red Sox Fan Severely Injured by Broken Bat at Fenway Park

A Red Sox fan at Friday night’s game against the Oakland A’s suffered life-threatening injuries when she was hit in the face by a broken bat while sitting in the stands at Fenway Park during the second inning. The fan, a woman, was with a small child believed to be her son. She was taken […]

Red Sox Rename Home Opener “Mookie Betts Coming Out Party”

The ceremony took place after the first inning. It didn’t have quite the same formality or pomp and circumstance as the preface ceremony. There were no Lombardi trophies on display. Tom Brady had already left after throwing out the first pitch (or trying to). But by the bottom of the first inning, before the second […]

Derek Jeter with Walk-Off in Final Game at Yankee Stadium

Don’t hold your breath, Red Sox fans. Something’s telling me you might not be seeing much of Derek Jeter on the field at Fenway Park in the final three games of the season and his career. On Thursday night, in his final game at Yankee Stadium after a 20-year career as a New York Yankee, Jeter […]

Photo: Kevin Love and Rajon Rondo Catch Red Sox Game at Fenway

If Kevin Love simply visiting the city of Boston was enough to set Celtics fans’ hearts aflutter, the sight of Love shaking hands with Rajon Rondo is liable to lead to a full-blown coronary. Well, hopefully you have a CPR kit handy, because that’s exactly what happened with both NBA All-Stars taking in Sunday’s game […]

Video: Johnny Damon Interrupts Manny Ramirez’s First Pitch

If you’re a Red Sox fan… or if you were in 2004 when they won it all, you probably couldn’t help but smile during the pre-game ceremonies at Fenway Park. The Red Sox brought out most of the cast of characters from that World Series-winning team, including a recovering Curt Schilling (he has been battling […]