Tag Archives: Boston Red Sox

Jacoby Ellsbury prepares for first trip to Fenway as a Yankee

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The last time Jacoby Ellsbury and the Yankees played against the Boston Red Sox, it was on home turf at Yankee Stadium for a four game set, ultimately ending with the Yankees winning three of them. Tomorrow, the Yankees will head to Boston and play the Red Sox (it's Patriots Day in Boston so the Yankees ...

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Sabathia implodes in the sixth as Yanks fall to Red Sox 4-2

CC Sabathia 3

For the first five innings, CC Sabathia was cruising along and it seemed he was the CC of old. Unfortunately, he imploded in the sixth inning, giving up four runs as the Yankees fell to the Red Sox 4-2 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. CC Sabathia went seven innings, giving up four runs on six ...

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Controversy clouds last nights Yankees victory

Michael Pineda

There's no denying Michael Pineda pitched a brilliant game against the Boston Red Sox last night and he surely deserved the win, but Pineda's performance was overshadowed by one glaring topic: what was on Pineda's hand during his outing? It was brought to the attention of viewers and social media in the third inning by Red ...

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Red Sox OF Gomes discusses Yankees signings

Jonny Gomes

The Yankees/Red Sox rivalry is Major League Baseball's premium rivalry in the sports world. Whenever the Yankees and Red Sox are together for a series, emotions tend to run high. And if a teammate from the Yankees or the Red Sox makes a statement about their opponent, it tends to fuel a fire and cause ...

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What factored in the umpires ‘obstruction’ call during Game 3 of the World Series?

Red Sox and Cardinals

I know this post has nothing to do with the New York Yankees but last night's ending to the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox World Series Game 3 was so odd and so mind boggling that it deserves to be looked at one more time. Also there was a lot of debate last ...

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Could the Yankees learn a lesson from the Red Sox?

Red Sox

The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox go together like water and fish oil, peanut butter and mayonnaise, popcorn and ketchup...okay, you get the point. The Yankees and Red Sox fans don't get along--at all. Some don't like to see the Yankees and the Red Sox in the same sentence. So this might make ...

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Today in Yankees History: Aaron Boone’s ALCS winning HR in 2003


If there was one word for me to describe the 2003 ALCS, it would be this: insane. 2003 saw the Yankees and the Red Sox, the most storied rivalry in baseball history, compete to punch a ticket to the 2003 World Series where one of the two teams would take on the Florida Marlins. It ...

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Did Red Sox’s ceremony for Mariano Rivera hit a sour note?

Mo Yanks

The Boston Red Sox were the latest team to wish the best for New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, who is retiring at the end of the season. The presents Rivera received from the Yankees admirable foes were very well thought out: a portrait of Rivera, a number 42 from the scoreboard and some visitor ...

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